Thursday, April 29, 2010

Conservatives in Hollywood

Here's the plight of actors in Hollywood that happen to be conservative according to Janine Turner. See if you can notice the difference between the attitude and demeanor of Ms. Turner and that of say, Sean Penn. Huge difference.
With lefty, anti-war, anti-CIA, anti-American movies flopping at a consistent rate, you figure Hollywood would get tired of losing money and put out some more conservative-driven, family-oriented movies that always make money-but are never seen as having Best Picture potential. Again it's the message, not the success of a movie that counts to the liberals in charge nowadays. When's the last time you saw a conservative actor in a movie (other than Jon Voight) despite the fact they're not on TV spewing their hatred a la Janine Garofolo, Sean Penn, et al?

I don't think she got into enough detail about how conservatives are villified in Hollywood these days.

I tried to embed this video, but there appears to be something wrong with the embedding code and that it says "video not available," so I simply linked the page, as you can see.

White House Press Corps Growing Frustrated with Obama Administration

And that's pronounced "CORE," not "CORPS."

Apparently the White House reporters are growing increasingly impatient with the tone and evasiveness of President Obama, Robert Gibbs and the rest of the administration because they won't answer questions that the administration feels are too "tough" or perhaps will tip their hands in what little non-transparent dealings they have going on.

I mean c'mon guys, they threw a reporter off of the plane during the '08' campaign because he made the mistake of revealing he was a John McCain supporter (not while in the air, mind you, but I wouldn't have been surprised. I mean under the bus, out of a plane...what's the difference to these people?)

From the stories body...

CNBC's Dennis Kneale weighed in on the channel's website today, where he called Obama a "bully." The president "gets pouty whenever anyone dares to disagree with him" Kneale claimed. "He seems to view dissension not as healthy public debate but as a suspicious, pernicious challenge to his omnipotence and popularity."

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

'The Party of No' Once Again Has It's Plans Lied About

Barack Obama, the liberal media and the rest of the Democrats routinely portray the GOP as the "Party of No," just as they did during the health care debates, all the while the Republicans came forth with idea after idea as the president and MSM continually lied about GOP "blocking," "filibustering" and dependence on the "status quo."

But thanks to the liberal-hated conservative media on the web, this too is exposed as another Democrat lie.

Via Breitbart

The 20-page outline would prohibit the use of taxpayer funds to bail out failing financial giants of the future and impose federal regulation on many but not all trades of complex investments known as derivatives. It also calls for consumer protections that appear weaker than Democrats and the White House seek, and it would create new regulations on mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The outline surfaced shortly before Senate Republicans united for the second straight day to block action on White House-backed legislation designed to prevent any recurrence of the ills that led to the economic calamity of 2008. The 57-41 vote left the measure three shy of the 60 needed to advance.

H/T to Moonbattery

Noah's Ark Found?

This story has been around for decades and the boat of Noah has reprtedly been "found" before, so I'm not fully jumping into it (like the "discovered" 'Tomb of Jesus,' or "proven" global warming that too many have) but the unbelievers laughed when they found the Dead Sea Scrolls, so I'm not totally dismissing it, either.

"And the Ark rested in the seventh month, on the seventeenth day of the month, upon the mountains of Ararat.
And the waters decreased continually until the tenth month: in the tenth month, on the first day of the month, were the tops of the mountains seen." ...Genesis 8:4-5

Sheriff Joe Punks Sharpton

It was the ultimate anti-moonbat versus the ultimate race-baitor on "Larry King Live." Guess who had their facts straight and who got destroyed?

Classic Iron Lady

Just thought I'd share.

What Would the Mexicans Do?

As the war of words heats up over the new Arizona immigration law, and as the anti-law moonbats play the tired racism angle, it's interesting to note how Mexican officials enforce their immigration policy and how the same pro-illegal, anti-law lefties downplay or alltogether ignore the information.

Why don't the same illegals that come to America and break it's immigration laws, while clamoring for "rights," rally and protest these laws (or other government policies) in their own country? If you said "because they don't have the freedom to do so," you'd be right. Thus their need to do so.

70% of Arizonans Support New Immigration Law

But it doesn't matter anyway, right lefties? We all know everybody in Arizona is a racist, right? (except the illegals there, of course)

Rasmussen poll...

As you can see, out of those that support the law, 50% are black and 63% are "other," which, presumably, are Latinos, Asians and Native Americans.
How will the MSM narrative of racism play out of this? Easy. It won't be reported.

*"The sub-sample of Latino likely voters must be relatively small, which would mean a large margin of error. "

Why is it whenever a popular law comes to fruition (e.g. the 2008 California law that identifies the institution of marriage as "one man and one woman") the liberal activists that represent the minority vote (as in less than majority, not ethnicity) always have to fake like it's "Un-American," "racist," or my favourite, the old, worn out charge of "nazism?" It's whatever doesn't fit their agenda of a abortion-loving, criminal-coddling, terrorist-supporting left-wing America. If you believe in the rule of law and decency, you're clearly a scum bag. Don't you know that?

Cafferty Rips Obama About Arizona Law 'Misguided'Comment

I wonder if CNN's Jack Cafferty is trying to be the first of the MSM to avoid the mistakes of the press's treatment of the Tea Parties or if he's always been objective, but I've been blind to it. Nah. I haven't misjudged him. Although he was rough and tumble on George W (which he admittedly deserved from time to time) he did get caught up in that very contagious BDS that continues to permeate throughout the liberal media.

But given the amount of times he has gone off on Obama and the Congressional Democrats, he's either taken a turn to the center, I've misjudged him and he's an actual newsman, or he's just like everyone else, and he's angry as hell and he's not going to take it anymore! Either way, works for me.

see via NewsBusters for their take and video.

JACK CAFFERTY: So Arizona passes a tough law against illegal immigration and suddenly they've got Washington's attention. One poll finds 70 percent of Arizona voters support this new law, so hey, maybe we better do something, too. And like the lemmings they are when they smell a chance to score some political points, and some of them need a lot of help with the midterms coming up, there is now talk of rushing immigration reform through Congress. President Obama called the Arizona law misguided. What's misguided, Mr. President, is the federal government's ongoing refusal to enforce the laws that are already on the books. Read the Arizona law. Parts of it are word-for-word the same as the federal statutes which continue to be all but ignored. Now we're hear all sorts of blathering from our Washington gerbils about the need for a new federal law. There'll be news conferences and interviews and committee hearings and draft legislation and polling, all the usual carnival acts that accompany any hot button Washington issue. Instead of simply closing the borders and enforcing the existing law so they could turn their attention to something like the national debt and the fact that the country is bankrupt, instead we're going to get this freak show. Washington's position on illegal immigration is patently dishonest from the top down. No enforcement, no border security. Just pandering to the Hispanic voters and the corporations that hire the illegals. And then, when one of our states that's being ravaged by the presence of 460,000 illegal aliens inside its borders does something about it, the President says that's misguided. What a shame. Here's the question: Will the federal government ever enforce our immigration laws?


I wonder if they'll force out Cafferty like they did Lou Dobbs becuse of his views on immigration?

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Don't I Wish

More Democrat Corruption?

That will go entirely unnoticed by the MSM. I won't go into how this might be an impeachable offense (because it probably isn't-ooh, wouldn't that be dreamy?) but if true, then the Obama administration is guilty of at least infringing on 18 USC Sec. 211 -- Bribery, Graft and Conflicts of Interest: Acceptance or solicitation to obtain appointive public office.

"What no one is reporting is that this is a violation of federal law that can lead to prison time, a fine or both, according to Title 18, Chapter 11, Section 211 of the United States Code."
Then again, wouldn't this be characterized as a High Crime and Misdeameanor?

Obama's Buddy Chavez Shows Him How It's Done

Since he already owns General Motors, about 16% of the national economy due to Obamacare, wants to control even more over the bogus cap& trade bill that's in the offing and slams patriotic dissidents as "radical extremists," maybe he'll take a note out of his buddy, Chavez's notebook and learn to be a real dictator. Hey, he and his Democrat minions want to take over talk-radio still, you know, the one medium they don't control and it drives them absolutely bonkers.

Buchanan Speaks on New Arizona Law

I'm usually not one to whole-heartedly agree with Pat Buchanan, but he nails it right on the head about the lallygagging in Washington when it comes to immigration policy and the reaction to the new Arizona immigration law, that President Barack Obama himself said is "misguided." Since approximately 70% of Arizonans agree with the new law (and I would venture to guess about the same numbers nationally) Obama's comments speak about his opinion of the citizens who reside know, the legal ones?

"Everybody Draw Muhammed" Day Creator Says 'Nevermind'

Muslims got mad, she changed her mind. Kind of defeats the purpose of the whole idea, doesn't it?
She says it was a gag, but this is exactly the kind of thing that's needed to show that bullying tactics don't work (although apparently, sadly, they do) and the first amendment is indeed alive and well. All it takes is for the PC police to run amok and deny anyone with a creative outlet a chance to make a living or at the very least, show their wares.

It's certainly o.k. to have someone have a picture of the Virgin Mary submerged in urine and call it art, but you make one reference, just one reference to a certain religious figure in a comedic light and all jihad breaks loose. But really, this is nothing new. Just ask Theo Van Gough.

When will this madness cease? When will people wake up to the violence, intolerance and hypocrisy of these people and the complicitness of the media in all their muteness.

She shouldn't have backed off. She had something with this.
So to answer my own question/blog post title: "Will Anyone Have the Guts?" Apparently not.

Monday, April 26, 2010

Green Energy Mythology

Everyone would like clean air and water. Both the left and the right are against pollution and both can probably agree on recycling. No one on the right has ever claimed that protecting the enviornment was a bad thing. But very much like health care, it's not about doing the right thing, it's about the cost.

Therefore on a H/T from Moonbattery, here are five myths and/or cons about "going green."

1. Solar and wind power are the greenest of them all.

Unfortunately, solar and wind technologies require huge amounts of land to deliver relatively small amounts of energy, disrupting natural habitats. Even an aging natural gas well producing 60,000 cubic feet per day generates more than 20 times the watts per square meter of a wind turbine. A nuclear power plant cranks out about 56 watts per square meter, eight times as much as is derived from solar photovoltaic installations. Nor does wind energy substantially reduce CO2 emissions. Since the wind doesn't always blow, utilities must use gas- or coal-fired generators to offset wind's unreliability. The result is minimal -- or no -- carbon dioxide reduction.

2. Going green will reduce our dependence on imports from unsavory regimes.

In the new green economy, batteries are not included. Neither are many of the "rare earth" elements that are essential ingredients in most alternative energy technologies. Instead of relying on the diversity of the global oil market -- about 20 countries each produce at least 1 million barrels of crude per day -- the United States will be increasingly reliant on just one supplier, China, for elements known as lanthanides. Lanthanum, neodymium, dysprosium and other rare earth elements are used in products from high-capacity batteries and hybrid-electric vehicles to wind turbines and oil refinery catalysts.

3. A green American economy will create green American jobs.

[T]he very concept of a green job is not well defined. Is a job still green if it's created not by the market, but by subsidy or mandate? Consider the claims being made by the subsidy-dependent corn ethanol industry. Growth Energy, an industry lobby group, says increasing the percentage of ethanol blended into the U.S. gasoline supply would create 136,000 jobs. But an analysis by the Environmental Working Group found that no more than 27,000 jobs would be created, and each one could cost taxpayers as much as $446,000 per year. Sure, the government can create more green jobs. But at what cost?

4. Electric cars will substantially reduce demand for oil.

Those who believe that Detroit unplugged the electric car are mistaken. Electric cars haven't been sidelined by a cabal to sell internal combustion engines or a lack of political will, but by physics and math. Gasoline contains about 80 times as much energy, by weight, as the best lithium-ion battery. Sure, the electric motor is more efficient than the internal combustion engine, but can we depend on batteries that are notoriously finicky, short-lived and take hours to recharge?

5. The United States lags behind other rich countries in going green.

Over the past three decades, the United States has improved its energy efficiency as much as or more than other developed countries. According to data from the Energy Information Administration, average per capita energy consumption in the United States fell by 2.5 percent from 1980 through 2006. That reduction was greater than in any other developed country except Switzerland and Denmark, and the United States achieved it without participating in the Kyoto Protocol or creating an emissions trading system like the one employed in Europe.

*If you want to believe in these and the other myths about green energy and green jobs, you might as well believe that anyone besides Laurence Olivier could do justice to the role of Zeus. In fact, you might as well just believe in Zeus and the Greek pantheon, period.

Media Heresy?

With a couple of strokes of the pen, former president , Bill Clinton helped the economic meltdown with the Financial Services Modernization Act of 1999 and the Commodity Futures Modernization Act of 2000 , along with the Democrat-pressured bank de-regulations by President Bush added with the cronyism of both Bush and Obama, Chris Dodd and Barney Frank.

Did someone in the media actually put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard as the case may be) and blame the media darling that is Bill Clinton?

Via NewsBusters...
"On Saturday, a former editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal, George Melloan, made the connection even stronger as he pointed a finger at someone most in the media have shamelessly given a pass for his involvement in this crisis."

How will the liberal media minions react to this? By assassinating Melloans character instead of actually looking into his claims, of course.

Will Anyone Have the Guts?

Come May 20th, free-thinking, liberty-loving political cartoonists are being asked to draw or represent the Islamic prophet, Muhammad in any form to combat the several injustices and negating of the constitution from radical Islamists that not only are still after Dutch cartoonist, Kurt Westergaard, who had to take an early retirement for "security reasons,"
to the threating of the lives of South Park creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Of course Comedy Central caved and censored every little reference to the prophet and even to that which nothing to due or anything that made reference to the Islamic folk hero.

This has resulted in increased security at Comedy Central.

Where's the ACLU on this one? Why isn't the pressident decrying the death of freedom of choice and liberty?

I may just have to "borrow" an image of the big guy and post one myself.

Obama Swears to Protect Ilegals

Well the tradition of the federal government and their collective ineptitude about cracking down on and protecting it's citizens from illegal immigrants continues. Even in the most over-run, dangerous state of Arizona, where in Phoenix, kidnappings of American citizens by illegal bands of gangs are beyond rampant.

And as with past administrations, both Democrat and Republican, the president doesn't feel this is problem for the state, much less the nation; but yet this president goes even further because he wants to protect the criminals by going after the legislators who drafted this law as civil rights violators. He also called the citizens who voted for this law, "irresponsible," and the peopl ethemselves, "misguided."

Once again, a "progressive" far-left liberal politician thinks it's better to protect the criminals (to the Democrats, it's potential future voters, of course) than law-abiding citizens.

There's that liberal race-baiting again. It's not the illegals that are the problem (you know the ones that have no rights as Americans) it's the citizens themselves. You know, because they're clearly all racists.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

I Just Had To...

As much as all you rabid libs hate Ann Coulter, I had to include a column of hers today.
I too was wondering if Rachel Maddow knew that the day the liberals celebrate as "Timothy McVie Day" as the only "evidence" they have for "right-wing extremism" happens to be 15 years ago. No other event in modern U.S. history makes anti-gun, anti-second amendment libs go crazy than April 19. It's their Christmas. As this coulmn rightfully (and dutifully) by Ann Coulter points out (just because you hate her doesn't mean she's wrong) it was also the anniversary of the "shot heard 'round the world."

Once again, prominent liberals would rather distract you with their own "holidays" than inform you about actual history.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Zo Blows Back

After his article of self-confirmed pre-concieved notions of racist goings-on at random Tea Party gatherings, New York Times op-ed columnist, Charles Blow was not only taken to task by Laura Ingram, but by NewsBusters and Alfonso Rachel when Blow had this to say in his column last Monday

"They saved the best for last, however: Alfonzo “Zo” Rachel. According to his Web site, Zo, who is black and performs skits as “Zo-bama,” allowed drugs to cost him “his graduation.” Before ripping into the president for unconstitutional behavior, he cautioned, “I don’t have the education that our president has, so if I misinterpret some things in the founding documents I kind of have an excuse.” That was the understatement of the evening."

So Zo, as usual, struck back with his own wonderful response and showed the true ignorance and race-baiting of Blow:

Way to go , Zo!

By the way, what's with this so-called argument by the douche-baggers about how there are hardly any minorinities at the Tea Party rallies (at first there were none-until MSNBC screwed themselves and cropped video of a black Tea Partier with a automatic rifle and pistol on his hip , trying to give the dishonest and fully concious effort of fooling their viewers into thinking it was a "gun-toting, violent, typical white right-wing extremist") now there aren't enough. I guess in their attempt to smear the Tea Partiers as violent racists, they forgot (or chose to) that that's just under the national population ratio.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

So Now What Do You Do?

If (more like when) Iran gets nuclear weapons how do you handle them? Strike their silos? Sactions? Or apologize some more and say "That's o.k, we trust you not to obliterate Israel?
Face it folks, Obama will simply let it go, because he doesn't have the guts or know-how to stop them.

Didn't Sarah Palin say the same thing as Gates is? But apparently, according to the president, she's "not much of an expert on nuclear issues."
So what does that make him? How about a puppet for the Islamic regime to pull the strings on anytime they want.

Dumbest Global Warming Theory Yet

I can't even comment on this, it's so ludicrous. Anything to scare people into taxing the hell out of them. Somewhere, the Goracle is applauding.

Via Amy Proctor

Promiscuous Women Cause Earthquakes

So say the nutjobs in Iran. Well, remember, there are no homosexuals there either, so they know exactly what they're talking about.

Ayatollah Kazem Sedighi. Remember that name...and fit him for a straight-jacket.

Most Transparent White House Ever!!

Or so Team Obama would have you believe. No big deal says the ever-apologizing, Obama-loving media. It's not like it has never been done before (like in Cuba, Venezuela, China, North Korea or communist Russia) but just add this to the list of throwing reporters off of planes that don't support a certain president, or buying off congressmen with pork deals, secret back-room meetings, blatant socialistic tendencies, breaking campaign "promises" (although I guess it's not really a promise if you never had any intention on keeping it anyway) and ramming through the most unpopular bill in the history of the Union, just to name a few.

Once again, isn't this fraud just the epitome of truth and justice?

Bush's Political Connections to Enron Bad, Obama's to Goldman Sachs...Who Cares?

So continues the media's liberal agenda and double-standard.

So where they on this? Where's the rage? The bewilderment? Even some basic curiosity? Where's...ah, nevermind.

Newsbusters has more...

Friday, April 16, 2010

Obama Defies the Courts

But this is for a good thing. Really. But don't get used to it.

Shuler Bails on the Black Caucus

Remember how representative, Heath Shuler said he heard racial slurs being slung at representatives of the Black Caucus, John Lewis, Andre Carson and Emanuel Cleaver? And how the liberal media took that testimony and ran with it as their white "star witness" made the allegations of racial slurs and spitting at the congressmen credible and legitimate-"well, a white democrat heard it too, so it must have happened?"

Not so says Shuler himself.
As for Shuler hearing only gay slurs directed at Barney Frank? Well, Andrew Breitbart is still waiting to give away $100, 000 for any evidence of slurs being hurled at anybody.

Hey liberal douche-baggers, how ya doing over there? Not too good!!

Crash the Tea Party a Collasal Failure

Colossal failure by the progressives (i.e douchebaggers) to crash the Tea Party. The Tea Party movement as you know, has gained significant voice and prestige among the right. But not the right alone as many are registered Democrats and independents and are just tired of the facist way Obama has conducted his administration.

As the link above demonstrates, the left and their media enablers have tried (and will continue to try even though this guy has been thoroughly exposed as the phony and racist that he is (like most in denial libs)

You'll notice the signs behind him already know that he's a phony and he doesn't speak for them. And as one sign reveals, an obvious infiltrator.

Of course, the frothing left-wing media will jump all over this and Kieth Olberloon Rachel Madcow, Sargent Schultz and all the rest on A MessNBC (not to mention NBC,CBS, ABC, you know the usual suspects) will use this debunked story as more ammunition for their bogus and made-up racial claims.

As for this loser, his name is Jason Levin and he's a teacher. Not a surprise, but how many parents will want this man disciplined for his actions and whatever God knows he's "teaching" his students? He is now under investigation.

The MSM. A year after the Tea Parties blossomed and they still can't get their facts straight. Probably because they don't like the facts when they contradict their myths.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Preparing the Set-Up to Frame-Up

I guess the left thinks they're so smart that they're actually tipping their hand in advance for plausible deniability, or they're actually this stupid in thinking they're this secretive and manipulative in a James Bond sort of way and no one will figure out their obvious and ultimately futile plan.

Not that it matters about how transparent they are, their enabelers and allies in the media will surely help their cause along by covering for them and continuing to lie about the Tea Party movement.

"Climate Change" Freaks Liken Themselves to PETA

It was bound to happen. Much like PETA and their over-the-top assertions that anyone who eats KFC is akin to a Holocaust denier, environmentalists in England now have the bright idea to force you to believe in man-made global warming through the punishment of law.
Yep. If you don't believe in the pseudo-science and manipulated "data" that is "climate change," the whacked-out tree-huggers who want you to abandon all your common sense and convictions want to have you convicted and imprisoned for genocide and crimes against humanity. Apparently she has enviornmental and "scientific" big-wigs on her side.

Stay tuned...

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Sarkozy Thinks Obama is "Insane?"

In a report circulating throughout Europe (emanating from France’s Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) ) French president Nicolas Sarkozy, apparently thinks President Barack Obama is "insane." He wouldn't be the only one.

From said article...
"According to this report, Sarkozy was “appalled” at Obama’s “vision” of what the World should be under his “guidance” and “amazed” at the American Presidents unwillingness to listen to either “reason” or “logic."

Did you happen to catch Obama's failures in his quest to placate the Muslim and Arab world?

What else is new? Funny how this isn't all over the news as an international smack down, isn't it? Hm. How much would this be on all the networks and lefty-cable programs if this was about a certain former president?

This is Getting Old

Arianna Huffington. Wrong again. Yawn.
How does this woman keep her job? She's quite the fountain of not only misinformation, but of opinionated incompetence, ain't she?

Saturday, April 10, 2010

Ronald Reagan Speaks on Hope & Change

It's funny how the voices of the past are needed so much in the present. People really need to take stock in words of wisdom from Reagan's acceptance speech to the 1980 Republican National Convention. Just replace Carter with Obama:

Mr. Chairman, Mr. Vice President to be, this convention, my fellow citizens of this great nation:
With a deep awareness of the responsibility conferred by your trust, I accept your nomination for the presidency of the United States. I do so with deep gratitude, and I think also I might interject on behalf of all of us, our thanks to Detroit and the people of Michigan and to this city for the warm hospitality they have shown. And I thank you for your wholehearted response to my recommendation in regard to George Bush as a candidate for vice president.

I am very proud of our party tonight. This convention has shown to all America a party united, with positive programs for solving the nation's problems; a party ready to build a new consensus with all those across the land who share a community of values embodied in these words: family, work, neighborhood, peace and freedom.
I know we have had a quarrel or two, but only as to the method of attaining a goal. There was no argument about the goal. As president, I will establish a liaison with the 50 governors to encourage them to eliminate, where it exists, discrimination against women. I will monitor federal laws to insure their implementation and to add statutes if they are needed.
More than anything else, I want my candidacy to unify our country; to renew the American spirit and sense of purpose. I want to carry our message to every American, regardless of party affiliation, who is a member of this community of shared values.

Never before in our history have Americans been called upon to face three grave threats to our very existence, any one of which could destroy us. We face a disintegrating economy, a weakened defense and an energy policy based on the sharing of scarcity.
The major issue of this campaign is the direct political, personal and moral responsibility of Democratic Party leadership — in the White House and in Congress — for this unprecedented calamity which has befallen us. They tell us they have done the most that humanly could be done. They say that the United States has had its day in the sun; that our nation has passed its zenith. They expect you to tell your children that the American people no longer have the will to cope with their problems; that the future will be one of sacrifice and few opportunities.
My fellow citizens, I utterly reject that view. The American people, the most generous on earth, who created the highest standard of living, are not going to accept the notion that we can only make a better world for others by moving backwards ourselves. Those who believe we can have no business leading the nation.

I will not stand by and watch this great country destroy itself under mediocre leadership that drifts from one crisis to the next, eroding our national will and purpose. We have come together here because the American people deserve better from those to whom they entrust our nation's highest offices, and we stand united in our resolve to do something about it.
We need rebirth of the American tradition of leadership at every level of government and in private life as well. The United States of America is unique in world history because it has a genius for leaders — many leaders — on many levels. But, back in 1976, Mr. Carter said, "Trust me." And a lot of people did. Now, many of those people are out of work. Many have seen their savings eaten away by inflation. Many others on fixed incomes, especially the elderly, have watched helplessly as the cruel tax of inflation wasted away their purchasing power. And, today, a great many who trusted Mr. Carter wonder if we can survive the Carter policies of national defense.

"Trust me" government asks that we concentrate our hopes and dreams on one man; that we trust him to do what's best for us. My view of government places trust not in one person or one party, but in those values that transcend persons and parties. The trust is where it belongs — in the people. The responsibility to live up to that trust is where it belongs, in their elected leaders. That kind of relationship, between the people and their elected leaders, is a special kind of compact.
Three hundred and sixty years ago, in 1620, a group of families dared to cross a mighty ocean to build a future for themselves in a new world. When they arrived at Plymouth, Massachusetts, they formed what they called a "compact"; an agreement among themselves to build a community and abide by its laws.
The single act — the voluntary binding together of free people to live under the law — set the pattern for what was to come.

A century and a half later, the descendants of those people pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to found this nation. Some forfeited their fortunes and their lives; none sacrificed honor.
Four score and seven years later, Abraham Lincoln called upon the people of all America to renew their dedication and their commitment to a government of, for and by the people.
Isn't it once again time to renew our compact of freedom; to pledge to each other all that is best in our lives; all that gives meaning to them — for the sake of this, our beloved and blessed land?
Together, let us make this a new beginning. Let us make a commitment to care for the needy; to teach our children the values and the virtues handed down to us by our families; to have the courage to defend those values and the willingness to sacrifice for them.
Let us pledge to restore, in our time, the American spirit of voluntary service, of cooperation, of private and community initiative; a spirit that flows like a deep and mighty river through the history of our nation.

As your nominee, I pledge to restore to the federal government the capacity to do the people's work without dominating their lives. I pledge to you a government that will not only work well, but wisely; its ability to act tempered by prudence and its willingness to do good balanced by the knowledge that government is never more dangerous than when our desire to have it help us blinds us to its great power to harm us.
The first Republican president once said, "While the people retain their virtue and their vigilance, no administration by any extreme of wickedness or folly can seriously injure the government in the short space of four years."
If Mr. Lincoln could see what's happened in these last three-and-a-half years, he might hedge a little on that statement. But, with the virtues that our legacy as a free people and with the vigilance that sustains liberty, we still have time to use our renewed compact to overcome the injuries that have been done to America these past three-and-a-half years.

First, we must overcome something the present administration has cooked up: a new and altogether indigestible economic stew, one part inflation, one part high unemployment, one part recession, one part runaway taxes, one party deficit spending and seasoned by an energy crisis. It's an economic stew that has turned the national stomach.
Ours are not problems of abstract economic theory. Those are problems of flesh and blood; problems that cause pain and destroy the moral fiber of real people who should not suffer the further indignity of being told by the government that it is all somehow their fault. We do not have inflation because — as Mr. Carter says — we have lived too well.
The head of a government which has utterly refused to live within its means and which has, in the last few days, told us that this year's deficit will be $60 billion, dares to point the finger of blame at business and labor, both of which have been engaged in a losing struggle just trying to stay even.

High taxes, we are told, are somehow good for us, as if, when government spends our money it isn't inflationary, but when we spend it, it is.
Those who preside over the worst energy shortage in our history tell us to use less, so that we will run out of oil, gasoline, and natural gas a little more slowly. Conservation is desirable, of course, for we must not waste energy. But conservation is not the sole answer to our energy needs.
America must get to work producing more energy. The Republican program for solving economic problems is based on growth and productivity.
Large amounts of oil and natural gas lay beneath our land and off our shores, untouched because the present administration seems to believe the American people would rather see more regulation, taxes and controls than more energy.

Coal offers great potential. So does nuclear energy produced under rigorous safety standards. It could supply electricity for thousands of industries and millions of jobs and homes. It must not be thwarted by a tiny minority opposed to economic growth which often finds friendly ears in regulatory agencies for its obstructionist campaigns.
Make no mistake. We will not permit the safety of our people or our environment heritage to be jeopardized, but we are going to reaffirm that the economic prosperity of our people is a fundamental part of our environment.

Our problems are both acute and chronic, yet all we hear from those in positions of leadership are the same tired proposals for more government tinkering, more meddling and more control — all of which led us to this state in the first place.
Can anyone look at the record of this administration and say, "Well done?" Can anyone compare the state of our economy when the Carter Administration took office with where we are today and say, "Keep up the good work?" Can anyone look at our reduced standing in the world today and say, "Let's have four more years of this?"
I believe the American people are going to answer these questions the first week of November and their answer will be, "No — we've had enough." And, then it will be up to us — beginning next January 20th — to offer an administration and congressional leadership of competence and more than a little courage.

We must have the clarity of vision to see the difference between what is essential and what is merely desirable, and then the courage to bring our government back under control and make it acceptable to the people.
It is essential that we maintain both the forward momentum of economic growth and the strength of the safety net beneath those in society who need help. We also believe it is essential that the integrity of all aspects of Social Security are preserved.
Beyond these essentials, I believe it is clear our federal government is overgrown and overweight. Indeed, it is time for our government to go on a diet. Therefore, my first act as chief executive will be to impose an immediate and thorough freeze on federal hiring. Then, we are going to enlist the very best minds from business, labor and whatever quarter to conduct a detailed review of every department, bureau and agency that lives by federal appropriations. We are also going to enlist the help and ideas of many dedicated and hard working government employees at all levels who want a more efficient government as much as the rest of us do. I know that many are demoralized by the confusion and waste they confront in their work as a result of failed and failing policies.

Our instructions to the groups we enlist will be simple and direct. We will remind them that government programs exist at the sufferance of the American taxpayer and are paid for with money earned by working men and women. Any program that represents a waste of their money — a theft from their pocketbooks—must have that waste eliminated or the program must go — by executive order where possible; by congressional action where necessary. Everything that can be run more effectively by state and local government we shall turn over to state and local government, along with the funding sources to pay for it. We are going to put an end to the money merry-go-round where our money becomes Washington's money, to be spent by the states and cities exactly the way the federal bureaucrats tell them to.

I will not accept the excuse that the federal government has grown so big and powerful that it is beyond the control of any president, any administration or Congress. We are going to put an end to the notion that the American taxpayer exists to fund the federal government. The federal government exists to serve the American people. On January 20th, we are going to re-establish that truth.
Also on that date we are going to initiate action to get substantial relief for our taxpaying citizens and action to put people back to work. None of this will be based on any new form of monetary tinkering or fiscal sleight-of-hand. We will simply apply to government the common sense we all use in our daily lives.
Work and family are at the center of our lives; the foundation of our dignity as a free people. When we deprive people of what they have earned, or take away their jobs, we destroy their dignity and undermine their families. We cannot support our families unless there are jobs; and we cannot have jobs unless people have both money to invest and the faith to invest it.
There are concepts that stem from an economic system that for more than 200 years has helped us master a continent, create a previously undreamed of prosperity for our people and has fed millions of others around the globe. That system will continue to serve us in the future if our government will stop ignoring the basic values on which it was built and stop betraying the trust and good will of the American workers who keep it going.

The American people are carrying the heaviest peacetime tax burden in our nation's history — and it will grow even heavier, under present law, next January. We are taxing ourselves into economic exhaustion and stagnation, crushing our ability and incentive to save, invest and produce.
This must stop. We must halt this fiscal self-destruction and restore sanity to our economic system.
I have long advocated a 30 percent reduction in income tax rates over a period of three years. This phased tax reduction would begin with a 10 percent "down payment" tax cut in 1981, which the Republicans and Congress and I have already proposed.
A phased reduction of tax rates would go a long way toward easing the heavy burden on the American people. But, we should not stop here.

Within the context of economic conditions and appropriate budget priorities during each fiscal year of my presidency, I would strive to go further. This would include improvement in business depreciation taxes so we can stimulate investment in order to get plants and equipment replaced, put more Americans back to work and put our nation back on the road to being competitive in world commerce. We will also work to reduce the cost of government as a percentage of our gross national product.
The first task of national leadership is to set honest and realistic priorities in our policies and our budget and I pledge that my administration will do that.
When I talk of tax cuts, I am reminded that every major tax cut in this century has strengthened the economy, generated renewed productivity and ended up yielding new revenues for the government by creating new investment, new jobs and more commerce among our people.

The present administration has been forced by us Republicans to play follow-the-leader with regard to a tax cut. But, in this election year we must take with the proverbial "grain of salt" any tax cut proposed by those who have given us the greatest tax increase in our history. When those in leadership give us tax increases and tell us we must also do with less, have they thought about those who have always had less — especially the minorities? This is like telling them that just as they step on the first rung of the ladder of opportunity, the ladder is being pulled out from under them. That may be the Democratic leadership's message to the minorities, but it won't be ours. Our message will be: we have to move ahead, but we're not going to leave anyone behind. Thanks to the economic policies of the Democratic Party, millions of Americans find themselves out of work. Millions more have never even had a fair chance to learn new skills, hold a decent job, or secure for themselves and their families a share in the prosperity of this nation.

It is time to put America back to work; to make our cities and towns resound with the confident voices of men and women of all races, nationalities and faiths bringing home to their families a decent paycheck they can cash for honest money.
For those without skills, we'll find a way to help them get skills.
For those without job opportunities, we'll stimulate new opportunities, particularly in the inner cities where they live.

For those who have abandoned hope, we'll restore hope and we'll welcome them into a great national crusade to make America great again!
When we move from domestic affairs and cast our eyes abroad, we see an equally sorry chapter on the record of the present administration.
-As Soviet combat brigade trains in Cuba, just 90 miles from our shores.
-A Soviet army of invasion occupies Afghanistan, further threatening our vital interests in the Middle East.
-America's defense strength is at its lowest ebb in a generation, while the Soviet Union is vastly outspending us in both strategic and conventional arms.
-Our European allies, looking nervously at the growing menace from the East, turn to us for leadership and fail to find it.
-And, incredibly more than 50 of our fellow Americans have been held captive for over eight months by a dictatorial foreign power that holds us up to ridicule before the world.
Adversaries large and small test our will and seek to confound our resolve, but we are given weakness when we need strength; vacillation when the times demand firmness.
The Carter Administration lives in the world of make-believe. Every day, drawing up a response to that day's problems, troubles, regardless of what happened yesterday and what will happen tomorrow.

The rest of us, however, live in the real world. It is here that disasters are overtaking our nation without any real response from Washington.
This is make-believe, self-deceit and — above all — transparent hypocrisy.
For example, Mr. Carter says he supports the volunteer army, but he lets military pay and benefits slip so low that many of our enlisted personnel are actually eligible for food stamps. Re-enlistment rates drop and, just recently, after he fought all week against a proposal to increase the pay of our men and women in uniform, he helicoptered to our carrier, the U.S.S. Nimitz, which was returning from long months of duty. He told the crew that he advocated better pay for them and their comrades! Where does he really stand, now that he's back on shore?
I'll tell you where I stand. I do not favor a peacetime draft or registration, but I do favor pay and benefit levels that will attract and keep highly motivated men and women in our volunteer forces and an active reserve trained and ready for an instant call in case of an emergency.

There may be a sailor at the helm of the ship of state, but the ship has no rudder. Critical decisions are made at times almost in comic fashion, but who can laugh? Who was not embarrassed when the administration handed a major propaganda victory in the United Nations to the enemies of Israel, our staunch Middle East ally for three decades, and them claim that the American vote was a "mistake," the result of a "failure of communication" between the president, his secretary of state, and his U.N. ambassador?
Who does not feel a growing sense of unease as our allies, facing repeated instances of an amateurish and confused administration, reluctantly conclude that America is unwilling or unable to fulfill its obligations as the leader of the free world?

Who does not feel rising alarm when the question in any discussion of foreign policy is no longer, "Should we do something?", but "Do we have the capacity to do anything?"
The administration which has brought us to this state is seeking your endorsement for four more years of weakness, indecision, mediocrity and incompetence. No American should vote until he or she has asked, is the United States stronger and more respected now than it was three-and-a-half years ago? Is the world today a safer place in which to live?

It is the responsibility of the president of the United States, in working for peace, to insure that the safety of our people cannot successfully be threatened by a hostile foreign power. As president, fulfilling that responsibility will be my number one priority.
We are not a warlike people. Quite the opposite. We always seek to live in peace. We resort to force infrequently and with great reluctance — and only after we have determined that it is absolutely necessary. We are awed — and rightly so — by the forces of destruction at loose in the world in this nuclear era. But neither can we be naive or foolish. Four times in my lifetime America has gone to war, bleeding the lives of its young men into the sands of beachheads, the fields of Europe and the jungles and rice paddies of Asia. We know only too well that war comes not when the forces of freedom are strong, but when they are weak. It is then that tyrants are tempted.

We simply cannot learn these lessons the hard way again without risking our destruction.
Of all the objectives we seek, first and foremost is the establishment of lasting world peace. We must always stand ready to negotiate in good faith, ready to pursue any reasonable avenue that holds forth the promise of lessening tensions and furthering the prospects of peace. But let our friends and those who may wish us ill take note: the United States has an obligation to its citizens and to the people of the world never to let those who would destroy freedom dictate the future course of human life on this planet. I would regard my election as proof that we have renewed our resolve to preserve world peace and freedom. This nation will once again be strong enough to do that.

This evening marks the last step — save one — of a campaign that has taken Nancy and me from one end of this great land to the other, over many months and thousands of miles. There are those who question the way we choose a president; who say that our process imposes difficult and exhausting burdens on those who seek the office. I have not found it so.
It is impossible to capture in words the splendor of this vast continent which God has granted as our portion of this creation. There are no words to express the extraordinary strength and character of this breed of people we call Americans.

Everywhere we have met thousands of Democrats, Independents, and Republicans from all economic conditions and walks of life bound together in that community of shared values of family, work, neighborhood, peace and freedom. They are concerned, yes, but they are not frightened. They are disturbed, but not dismayed. They are the kind of men and women Tom Paine had in mind when he wrote — during the darkest days of the American Revolution — "We have it in our power to begin the world over again."
Nearly 150 years after Tom Paine wrote those words, an American president told the generation of the Great Depression that it had a "rendezvous with destiny." I believe that this generation of Americans today has a rendezvous with destiny.

Tonight, let us dedicate ourselves to renewing the American compact. I ask you not simply to "Trust me," but to trust your values — our values — and to hold me responsible for living up to them. I ask you to trust that American spirit which knows no ethnic, religious, social, political, regional, or economic boundaries; the spirit that burned with zeal in the hearts of millions of immigrants from every corner of the Earth who came here in search of freedom.
Some say that spirit no longer exists. But I have seen it — I have felt it — all across the land; in the big cities, the small towns and in rural America. The American spirit is still there, ready to blaze into life if you and I are willing to do what has to be done; the practical, down-to-earth things that will stimulate our economy, increase productivity and put America back to work. The time is now to resolve that the basis of a firm and principled foreign policy is one that takes the world as it is and seeks to change it by leadership and example; not by harangue, harassment or wishful thinking.

The time is now to say that while we shall seek new friendships and expand and improve others, we shall not do so by breaking our word or casting aside old friends and allies.
And, the time is now to redeem promises once made to the American people by another candidate, in another time and another place. He said, "For three long years I have been going up and down this country preaching that government — federal, state, and local — costs too much. I shall not stop that preaching. As an immediate program of action, we must abolish useless offices. We must eliminate unnecessary functions of government, we must consolidate subdivisions of government and, like the private citizen, give up luxuries which we can no longer afford."

"I propose to you, my friends, and through you that government of all kinds, big and little be made solvent and that the example be set by the president of the United State and his Cabinet."
So said Franklin Delano Roosevelt in his acceptance speech to the Democratic National Convention in July 1932.
The time is now, my fellow Americans, to recapture our destiny, to take it into our own hands. But, to do this will take many of us, working together. I ask you tonight to volunteer your help in this cause so we can carry our message throughout the land.
Yes, isn't now the time that we, the people, carried out these unkempt promises? Let us pledge to each other and to all America on this July day 48 years later, we intend to do just that.
I have thought of something that is not part of my speech and I'm worried over whether I should do it.

Can we doubt that only a Divine Providence placed this land, this island of freedom, here as a refuge for all those people in the world who yearn to breathe freely: Jews and Christians enduring persecution behind the Iron Curtain, the boat people of Southeast Asia, of Cuba and Haiti, the victims of drought and famine in Africa, the freedom fighters of Afghanistan and our own countrymen held in savage captivity.
I'll confess that I've been a little afraid to suggest what I'm going to suggest — I'm more afraid not to — that we begin our crusade joined together in a moment of silent prayer. God bless America.

Miss him yet?

Friday, April 09, 2010

Bush's AIDS Program Saves Millions in Uganda

60 Minutes is calling it monumental. And it is. What else would you call it when a man saves a full country, nay, a continent of people?
Don't expect the MSM to give any credence to this, save for a 20 second sound bite, if that. This is Bush's true legacy. A man with a true heart of gold and willing to do what it takes to save lives. Hm. What was it that that punk, Kanye West said about Bush after Hurricane Katrina? "George Bush hates black people." Shove it West!

Thursday, April 08, 2010

A Breakthrough for Coma Patients and Their Families?

A very interesting and hopeful article in today's Globe and Mail about consciousness test for non-responsive patients.

Awesome breakthrough if it can be developed to perfection (or as close as it can be) I wonder if recording dreams would be that much farther off?

Awesome Post on Democrat Racism

And all absolutely true, as history bares out. Again, you know, real history; not made up, mythical, liberal history.
This post, "Which Party is More Racist?" is from last April, but kudos to the keepers of the Undercover for Liberty site. Great stuff!

See how phony and manipulative these creeps are?

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Obama Not Blacks Best Friend

Huffington Punked Again

The always ill-informed and controversial Arianna Huffington was on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" yesterday and once again she was out of her league and will have to go to the doctor and have her foot surgically removed from her mouth. The last time she was put to shame was when she tried to embarrass FOX News founder, Roger Ailes back in January. And that was when she even had Paul Krugman and Barbara Walters to help her.

This time the tables were turned and she was alone in her attempt to embarrass and attack former New York mayor, Rudy Giuliani by bringing up irrelevant points and inconsequential, albeit facts for the time. She didn't fare well against Giuliani, Joe Scarborough and Mort Zuckerman. As liberals are used to outnumbering conservatives on these type of panel dicussions (and still lose as the Ailes link points out) I'd say it was par for the course in her humiliation.

Looks good on her, doesn't it?

Shuster Suspended by MSNBC

Yay! The psychotic "journalist" at The Mess has been suspended indefinitely by MSNBC for filming a pilot with CNN. While this is obviously a good thing getting this biased, misinforming (dare I say lying) lunatic off the air for at least the time being, it does raise, in my mind at least, a couple of questions.

1) Why did it take this long?
2) How come MSNBC suspended Shuster and not Keith Olbermann, who has been much, much more vitriolic (a term that the left supposedly has a copyright on now) and bias? I'm assuming that it's because Shuster did the pilot and Olbermann is a good little bias, nutty employee.

All I can say is it's great and it's about time. When will the aforementioned Olbermann and Ed Schultz be next? Don't bet on it. The Mess obviously loves their hate-spewing, misinforming anchors. But, even if Shuster does get his just due and is in the unemployment line, it won't last. Either he's back at MSNBC or CNN will hire him, since they apparently enjoy their low ever-sinking ratings.

Even if CNN does eventually hire Shuster, a commenter on NewsBusters put it beautifully,
"Sadly it's just one transition to another. Like going from the sewer (MSNBC) back up to the toilet (CNN)"

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Shrillary Attacks Canada!

O.k, now I'm personally insulted. If I ever needed another reason to despise this "woman" anymore, this is it.

This poor excuse for a politician (which makes her a typical, dyed-in-the-wool liberal) has officially joined the Michael Moore school of telling other countries how to run their affairs. I cannot reiterate enough of how much this joke of a Secratary of State disgusts me. Man, how I long for a Colin Powell-type again.

Obama Says Drill Baby Drill

Now it's o.k. since The One says so. All of the MSM's kvetching and hypocrisy from the last 20 years means nothing apparently. If the god in the White House says it fine, then it's fine. Of course the nutbags that supposedly represent the environment are ticked, but all of a sudden Blinky and her minions are quite content to appease the president in his supposed "move to the right," obviously in an ill-fated effort to appease the Republicans (like he cares) in the hopes of being "Clinton-esque." It is an election year, after all. But, unfortunately for the president and the economy, the plans for the 200-mile offshore radius isn't enough. Although drilling in this area "may contain as much as 80 percent of the available oil and gas reserves on the outer continental shelf – up to 63 billion barrels of recoverable oil and 294 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas." He's still worried about the poor wildlife in Alaska, it seems.

As mentioned, House Majority Leader John Boehner and the Reps aren't happy.
"The Obama administration continues to defy the will of the American people who strongly supported the bipartisan decision of Congress in 2008 to lift the moratorium on offshore drilling not just off the East Coast and in the Gulf of Mexico, but off the Pacific Coast and Alaskan shores as well."

But in fairness to the president, it really is a good start. I think Boehner may want to ease of just a tad and support Obama on this one, at least in the short-term to see where it goes.

Monday, April 05, 2010

Hate Mail for Zo

Alfonzo Rachel (one of the brightest, funniest dudes on the web) reads some of his hate mail from "tolerant" liberals.

How can anybody hate this guy? He's awesome!!

Little Man of Iran Getting Crazier

Amedinewhackjob is really pushing it with his lip. With the paper-tiger in the White House, what do you expect out of him?

Guess What's Hidden in the Obamacare Bill?

The green light for his army of, I mean "domestic army." 6000 0f them to be exact.

You're kidding me, right? Can you say goon squad?

H/T to Moonbattery.

Do you remember this?

The warnings were there. They always are with his type.

7.2 Earthquake Hits Baja, CA

Quake felt as far as Phoenix and Las Vegas. Just one question. Where's the foreign aid?

Cover-Up by U.S. Forces?

Nato Command has apparently admitted as much. But unlike Haditha, let's wait until all the facts are in, shall we?

Petraeus for Prez?

He certainly has the tools and success for a run at the big ticket. If he does decide to run (I say no-he's pretty adamant about it) he'd wipe the floor with Barry. The Dems might want to start worrying just a little bit.

Obama's Wierd 17-Minute "Blah, Blah, Blah"

A simple question, with a not-so-simple answer. Yeesh. Why is this guy so Hell-bent on continuing to campaign?

A nice take by Bobby Eberle of The Loft

Another "Missing Link" Found

Much like the "emur"-type fossil found last year, scientists hope this hominid will answer the question of evolution...or not. Maybe they won't put all their eggs in one basket this time.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

41 Percent of Tea Partiers Not Republican

Surprised? I'll bet the MSM is. Either that or they simply refuse to report what they actually find, which is what I'd bet on. But don't expect any softening of their tones or an end to their insults, because as of this writing, I haven't heard or read any sort of story on this from the left-wing media.

The numbers may vary depending on what poll you believe, but the consensus seems to indicate that 28 percent of Tea Partiers are independents, 13 percent Democrats, and 57 percent Republicans. So that means that the MSM in all their glory of insulting, berating and lying about these patriots are degrading 41 percent of a combined independent and Democrat ilk.
Don't expect any sort of retractions or apologies from the left on this, because a) they have too much invested in their lies and misrepresentations and b) they actually believe in what they're saying, contrary to all the evidence against it. Now 57 percent admittedly being Republican is a majority, but something tells me that is in no way a green light for all the hateful and misinforming rhetoric coming from the left-wing media. Again, I'll bet the farm that these so-called journalists know about these numbers, but they simply don't jive with their lefty agenda, thus the ongoing, phony racism accusations and hateful discord toward fellow concerned Americans.

I guess the left only mean to insult the 57 percent. You know, the people that actually believe in liberty.

Happy Easter!

A little late, but...

Thursday, April 01, 2010


Is this a joke? This, from the people that think they know what's best for everybody? From the peopl ewho think they're smarter than everybody?
Really. Is this a joke?

"The Hill reports that, in questioning Admiral Robert Willard about the Navy's proposed relocation of 8,000 service personnel and their families to the Island of Guam, Rep. Hank Johnson (D- 4th District of Georgia) expressed an important objection.
Noted PhD and Mensa Chapter President Rep. Hank Johnson asserted that his 'fear' is that the influx of people to the island would cause it to 'tip over and capsize.'

How the Left Fakes the Hate

And continues to.

A great column by Michelle Malkin.

And it's not just in political terms that the MSM and liberal flame-throwers make things up, all in the name of blaming conservatives for "hate." Remember the Duke lacrosse team and the non-rape case, all were perceived guilty of raping a black stripper (all except the black member of the team) led by such distinguished luminaries as Nancy Grace and pretty much every single MSNBC host.
What about perennial race-baiter, Al Sharpton and the whole Tawana Brawley or Crown Heights fiascos? He still hasn't apologized or (literally) paid for those smears. Neither has any of his supporters that blindly and un-apologetically followed him, and still do, making no excuses or apologies for said events, even when the death of an innocent shopkeeper was the result. No concern, apologies or retractions from the media whatsoever. Other to place the blame on conservative talk-show hosts. I guess the hatred spewed by Code Pink and other far-left fringe elements are not to be considered.

There are countless examples of agenda-driven media stories made up out of whole cloth (most, it seems are from the last few months) but with the media itself propagating these myths, who is there to tell the historic facts to the masses when even those who attempt to do so are vilified?

The MSM and Their Agenda

'Nuff said.
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