Monthly Archives: May 2012

What goes around comes around

I disapprove of this kind of stuff: Loud and rowdy supporters of Mitt Romney in Boston drowned out an attempt by President Obama campaign’s top strategist to attack the former Republican governor on his home turf. In a morning news … Continue reading

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When the snake oil runs dry

Axelrod adrift If David Axelrod seems befuddled these days, even inadvertently making the case for “change” from the status quo (i.e., the Obama administration), it might be because all he has ever done is run races on “hope and change.” … Continue reading

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It’s RBC Day

Today is the day we mourn the death of democracy in the Democratic party. On this day in 2008 the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee effectively stole the nomination from Hillary Clinton and gave it to Barack Obama. In August … Continue reading

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Schadenfreude

Bloviating MSNBC gasbag Ed Schultz: But it’s pretty clear to me what’s happening here. They are trying to set it up that if Mitt Romney gets elected, if Mitt Romney gets elected, there will never be a Democratic president again … Continue reading

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Unlike FOX, CNN is fair and balanced

John Sununu Spars With Soledad O’Brien Over Trump: ‘Why Is CNN So Fixated On This?’ Following a contentious opening segment on CNN’s Starting Point on Wednesday, former New Hampshire Governor and Romney surrogate John Sununu clashed with Soledad O’Brien over … Continue reading

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Media Matters = WATB

Media Matters: Fox & Friends Drops The Veil, Produces Four-Minute Anti-Obama Attack Ad While Fox & Friends has long been a home for some of the most vicious, misleading, petty, and dishonest attacks on President Obama, they crossed a new … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 Elections, Democratic Party, Disingenuous Democrats, Media Zombies, Mitt Romney, Propaganda | Tagged | 45 Comments

Bye Bye Douchebag!

LA Times: Julian Assange loses appeal against extradition Julian Assange founder of Wikileaks, the whistle-blowing website, lost his appeal in the highest British Court against extradition to Sweden on rape and sexual molestation charges. Assange, did not attend the 10-minutes … Continue reading

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Jabberwocky

Jim Treacher: Jay Carney explains the difference between Solyndra and Bain Capital, so try to keep up Here he is, presumably having just given the boilerplate non-answer on Solyndra — it’s really no big deal because hey, come on, there … Continue reading

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In re: Kimberlin v. Walker

Via SooperMexican, and eyewitness report: This morning, I attended the hearing over a protective order sought by Brett Kimberlin against Aaron Walker in Rockville, MD. There were only a few people there. Walker, the defendant, if you will–and I apologize … Continue reading

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So what are all those paid elves up to?

Esquire: Inside Obama HQ, a Manufactured Evolution of Our Politics Winds Its Way from Outside the Fort The headquarters is on the third floor. To visit, guests have to surrender their driver’s licenses in exchange for a visitor’s tag at … Continue reading

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Hypocrisy, thy name is Democrat

Mitt Romney’s high-end fundraiser riles critics With Democrats portraying Mitt Romney as an out-of-touch millionaire and “vulture capitalist” from his years at Bain Capital, the GOP presidential candidate may be handing opponents some ammunition when he holds a fundraiser Wednesday … Continue reading

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It Feels Like Monday Open Thread

It’s just a little after 6am out here in the West. Yesterday was a sloooooow news day so it’s gonna take a while for me to wake up and find something to post about. Check back in a little while. … Continue reading

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Welcome Summer Open Thread

Yeah, I know – Summer doesn’t officially start for a few more weeks. It’s not even June yet. But I always considered Memorial Day to be the beginning of Summer and Labor Day to be the end. Besides, it’s already … Continue reading

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Happy Memorial Day!

Memorial Day started out as a holiday to honor the Union soldiers who died in the Civil War. It has since been extended to honor all Americans who have died in our nation’s wars. Today is not a day that … Continue reading

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Last Year’s American Idol Winner

Willie Brown says the thrill is gone: The president’s trip to the Bay Area last week made it painfully clear that the Barack Obama re-election campaign has lost its mojo. There was no life, no personality, no memorable line or … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Music Open Thread

Election day is coming. Hang in there.

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Remembering Anthony’s Wiener

One year ago Weinergate erupted: On May 27, 2011, using his public Twitter account, Weiner sent a link to a photo on yfrog of his erect penis concealed by boxer briefs to Gennette Cordova, a 21-year-old female college student from … Continue reading

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Fat Chance

What if they held an election and the media refused to report it? John Wolfe Sues Arkansas Dems For Delegates Won In Primary Against Obama Earlier this week, Breitbart News reported that Arkansas state Democrats might attempt to disenfranchise the … Continue reading

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This is a disturbing development

From the City of Brotherly Love: Hecklers mar Romney’s visit to inner-city charter school in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA – When Mitt Romney came to an inner-city charter school here Thursday to promote his new education agenda, he received something of a … Continue reading

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TGIF Open Thread

Well, it’s the start of another 3-day weekend. My big plans include mowing the lawn and maybe a trip to Walmart or something. Monday I’ll probably have a BBQ. I’ve been wanting to try Indonesian food and my neighbor has … Continue reading

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