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The media’s skewed focus

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

Blonde Housewife posts the following accurate assessment of the media’s level of focus on Gov. Romney and our Dear Leader.

So we know Mit Romney picked on a kid in 1965. Swell. We still have not seen President Obama’s grades, former girlfriends, medical records or anyone that was ever instructed by him while he was allegedly a law professor. And he never heard a word of what Jeremiah Wright’s radical church said for 20 years. Or hanging out with a member of the Weather Underground who attempted to bomb 1 Police Plaza in New York City.

But we know the President supports gay marriage. Marvelous, he now shares the same opinion on the matter that Dick Cheney has. How forward thinking.

So anyway, the President is going to a 40 thousand dollar a plate fund raiser tonight at George Clooney’s house. And I should point out the fact that President Obama has been to more fundraisers than the last five Presidents. Combined.

And I still have yet to see the unemployment numbers being changed mentioned in the mainstream media today. Joseph Goebbels would be proud of the amount of interference they are running for this President.

Over at Breitbart, they have been documenting how the Washington Post hit piece is being edited on the fly as the facts come out that destroy their carefully crafted narrative.

I wonder if the Washington Post will publish how our Dear Leader bullied a black girl when he was in school?

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Roundup Post

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Calls Senator Inhofe a ‘Prostitute’ and a ‘Call Girl’ – Will Media Be Outraged?

I’m thinking no.  It’s a leftist insulting a conservative.  No foul in the liberal media’s view.

The BCC reports on the effect the Obama economy is having on Americans.

… Tent cities have sprung up in and around at least 55 American cities – they represent the bleak reality of America’s poverty crisis.

… One of the largest tented camps is in Florida and is now home to around 300 people. Others have sprung up in New Jersey and Portland.

… There are an estimated 5,000 people living in the dozens of camps that have sprung up across America

The largest camp, Pinella’s Hope in central Florida – a region better known for the glamour of Disneyworld – is made up of neat rows of tents spread out across a 13-acre plot.

… The stark reality is that many of them are people who very recently lived comfortable middle-class lives

For them, the economic downturn came too fast and many have been forced to trade their middle-class homes for lives in shelters, motels and at the far extreme, tented encampments.

Obama To Congressional Democrats: Yeah, I Could Have As Much As $1 Billion in Campaign Cash But I’m Not Giving You A Dime Of It…


Mary Katharine Ham on leftist hypocrisy.

Cindy Sheehan on the democrat’s dishonest use of the anti-war movement for their political gain.
I’m betting that you never heard one peep from the liberal media about her being arrested, twice, protesting outside the White House, after GW Bush left and Barack Hussein Obama moved in.

Three Occupy Oakland protesters arrested for robbery and a hate crime, both felonies

“Congress has not unlimited powers to provide for the general welfare, but only those specifically enumerated. — Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States of America

“[T]he politically correct are above the rules of ordinary civility, once they have identified you as an unbeliever in their religion.” — Orson Scott Card


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Best Documentary of the political season

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

By documentary, I mean an actual documentary that fits the definition of a documentary, unlike the propaganda films put out by the massively obese hack who’s best, and most honest, work was Canadian Bacon.

Sarah Palin: The Undefeated tells the actual truth behind Sarah Palin’s career in Alaskan politics, here brief stint as John McCain’s running mate, how the left made it their primary goal to destroy her personally, and how how she turned leaving the Governorship of Alaska in the wake of hyper partisan personal attacks into a role in National politics that allowed her to be a far more public voice in the lower 48, leading to the record breaking 2010 elections that handed defeat after defeat to the far left democrat leadership.

This movie presents the facts that the left and their media puppets don’t want you to know.  The story that they want to drown in hate filled screeds repeating lie after lie, instead of debating the actual truth of her record.

Gov. Palin passed the left’s Kobayashi Maru test, for which they hate her even more for.

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Muir nails it.

Friday, November 11th, 2011

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Political Quote of the Day

Monday, October 31st, 2011

“So we don’t know specifically what Herman Cain stands accused of doing wrong, who’s accusing him, or how to verify any of it. Other than that, this is some solid reporting from Politico.”

Jim Treacher

Bonus Quote:

“Liberals are terrified of Herman Cain. He is a strong conservative black man. Look at the way they go after Allen West and Michael Steele and they aren’t even running against Obama. They are terrified of strong, conservative, black men.”

Ann Coulter

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Was David Gregory drunk on the air again?

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Alternate question, is he actually just that stupid?  These question are raised because of his “performance” on last Sunday’s Meet the Press.  Let’s review the transcript:

MR. CAIN: We replace capital gains tax. We replace the payroll tax. We replace corporate income tax, replace personal income tax, and replace the death tax. It is a replacement tax structure.

MR. GREGORY: But where do state taxes go? You’re saying they’re going to be repealed?

MR. CAIN: If you–with the current structure, you have state taxes, right? So with this new structure, you’re still going to have taxes–state taxes. That is muddying the water.

MR. GREGORY: How so?

MR. CAIN: Because today, under the current tax code, state taxes are there if they have it. If they don’t have a state taxes, they don’t have it. It has nothing to do with this replacement structure for the federal tax code.

MR. GREGORY: But that doesn’t make any sense to me. If I’m already paying state taxes, and I have a new Cain administration national sales tax, I’ve got more state taxes.

Mr. Gregory appears to be deeply confused on the difference between State taxes and a sales tax.  He is either spiking his coffee and hosting a national political talk show drunk or is completely incompetent for the position he holds.  The other explanation is that does know the difference, but is deliberately attempting to confuse the issue in order to make the current Republican front runner look bad.  That last option points to a deep and widespread far left wing extremist media bias at NBC News/MSNBC.

So which is it? Drunk, incompetent or deliberately attempting to mislead the American people?

HT to Mr. Reynolds

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Quote of the Day

Tuesday, October 4th, 2011

“OccupyWallStreet is organized agitprop designed to deflect attention from the Obama administration’s failings onto “Wall Street,”  although many of the participants don’t understand how they are being used.  The Washington Post now is fully aboard Team Obama, doing its best to take down Rick Perry this week, next week someone else.  AxelPlouffe messaging is all class warfare all the time, and will be for the next 13 months.”

— William A. Jacobson

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Monday Book Pick: Righteous Indignation

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World by Andrew Breitbart

Andrew Breitbart tells the story of his transformation from clueless college student majoring in (anti-)American Studies to a warrior for the Constitution and for honesty in in reporting from the main stream media. He explains in detail about collaboration between the DNC and the Media Complex (which includes TV News, print magazines and the film industry) and how to use new media to combat them and win! In chapter 7, he lays out his game plan for fighting the left in details some of the highlights include: Don’t be afraid to go into enemy territory; Don’t let the Complex use its PC lexicon to characterize you and shape the narrative; Ubiquity is key; and Truth isn’t mean. It’s truth.

Leftists will try to talk about “your truth” and “their truth”, which is bullshit. There is just the truth.

Monday Book Pick Archive

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The New York Times recognizes the extreme far left wing bias of MSNBC

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

By way of Noel Sheppard at Newsbusters comes this clearly obvious bit of “news”:

“MSNBC is less a news provider than a carousel of liberal opinion…”

This is not a surprise to anyone paying attention.  Really, the head of MSNBC admitted that he was going to “out Fox Fox”, but from the far extreme left.  It was a business decision in order boost their ratings out of dead last in the cable new race.

Kudos to him because it worked.  MSNBC is still way, way behind Fox News in the ratings, but has passed CNN.

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Quote of the Day

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

“At the height of the Great Depression, [President] Roosevelt avoided such a rating. So did other presidents during troubled times including Nixon, Carter, Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and G.W. Bush. Yet, the news media are more interested with protecting a failed president than with informing American citizens about a troubling economic situation.”

 economist Gerhard Fassbender on our Dear Leader‘s ‘campaign speech’ on the S&P downgrade of the United States of America

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