Ben And Sarah Rock CPAC


Watch people who hate minorities and women enthusiastically applaud for a black man and a woman.



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Unless President Donald J. Trump pulls a hat out of a rabbit real soon, on 1/21/21 I will wake up in a socialist banana republic.
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61 Responses to Ben And Sarah Rock CPAC

  1. HELENK says:

    Oh how I wish we had people like this man in our government

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Following #CPAC2013 is a hoot watching vile progs heads explode. 😀

    Artur Davis (a former Dem as is Ben Carson) was pretty great too.

  3. myiq2xu says:

  4. wmcb says:

    Evidently, Sarah just made a joke abut having a rack. She meant a gun rack, but there was much good-natured laughter.

    Watch the faux-feminists have a cow and grab their smelling salts over “Caribou Barbie” on that one. Watch.

  5. wmcb says:

    More from Ace:

    “I think Palin just told Rove “Fuck off”

  6. myiq2xu says:

    “We don’t have leadership coming out of Washington, we have reality television.”

  7. DeniseVB says:

  8. Locked-N-Loaded says:

    Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story, movie is on Lifetime at 1:30 EDT.

  9. wmcb says:

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Rolling out the rising young cons now. Unfortunately speaking to about a dozen people, but doing well as this is great training !

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Mia Love speaking at 2:30 eastern.

  12. HELENK says:

    in Nov 2012 I just about gave up any hope for this country. If so many were dumb enough to vote for backtrack, the country did not have a good future.
    In listening to to the younger group of Republican politicans and people like Dr Carson and Sarah Palin I see a small flame that could grow into a movement of revitalizing and reemerging the ideals of what this country was founded upon. It is a counter to the marxist idea of no freedom only collectivism that seems to be overtaking the country now.
    It breaks my heart that the democratic party that I believed in for so many years has now become the anti-American ideals party

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    True Helen JFK must be turning over in his grave. 😦

    • wmcb says:

      I know. Since when did preferring to see MOST of the country working hard, getting ahead, providing for their own needs and NOT being on the govt dole become a negative “right-wing” thing?

      Seriously. I always saw social programs as a needed exception, because of compassion. Today’s D party both sees and promotes them as the normal, even the ideal, way of life.

      And no, that sort of distorted view is NOT what Democrats and Liberals “have always stood for”. Bullshit. I was there. That is not what we stood for.

  14. HELENK says:

    Iowa Hawk

    Whenever Ben Carson speaks, reporters run to their thesauruses to hunt synonyms for “uppity.”

  15. votermom says:

  16. wmcb says:

    Artur Davis speech up:

    • wmcb says:

      His speech was really good. He hit the GOP for ignoring the poor instead of showing them how free market policies will HELP them long term better than dependency will.

  17. foxyladi14 says:

    Gov Scott Walker he fought the union and won. 🙂

  18. HELENK says:

    could you see the liberals go bat shit crazy over a Palin – Carson ticket.
    It would not happen but wouldn’t it be fun to watch their faces if you suggest it?

    tweety tingles would have more than a tingle down his leg

    maddow would be so outraged

    andrea would be in tears

    O:Donnell would be beside himself

    That little mean streak in me loves it

  19. wmcb says:

    A second resolution passes by a local govt, saying they will not comply or cooperate with any gun-grabbing by the Feds. This one is in Iron County, Utah.

    If enough local or state govts do this, then any federal law is moot. If local law enforcement refuses to enforce the thing, then the federal govt is in a pickle. Yes, they can send their own enforcers in, force the issue – but not without looking like the totalitarians they are.

    http://www.thedailysheeple.com/iron-county-utah-tells-feds-dont-try-to-enforce-gun-laws-here_032013

  20. myiq2xu says:

    “Mr. President, you won. We get it. Now step away from the teleprompter and do your job”

  21. wmcb says:

    Ted Cruz up in a few. You can watch it here if you like:

    http://jobsgrowth.org

  22. myiq2xu says:

    Gail Collins:

    Enter Ted Cruz of Texas, a Tea Party darling. He’s been in office only a few months, but he’s made quite an impression. You may remember his suggestion that Chuck Hagel might have been taking money from North Korea. Or his interesting theories about a United Nations plot to exterminate American golf courses.

    Cruz said he had a question for the senator from California. “It seems to me that all of us should begin, as our foundational document, with the Constitution,” he began, in a tone that combined sublime pomposity with a total lack of actual curiosity. “And the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights provides that. …”

    He delivered an extensive lecture to the 79-year-old Feinstein. The question buried in the harangue was whether she could imagine listing exceptions to other parts of the Bill of Rights. He could not have asked it in a more patronizing way if he had illustrated his remarks with pictures of large, brightly colored stick figures.

    “I’m not a sixth grader,” said Feinstein, before launching into a fiery defense. The bill, she noted, includes a list of 2,271 types of weapons specifically exempted from its scope: “Isn’t that enough for the people in the United States? Do they need a bazooka?”

    “She gave a new meaning to the phrase ‘Leaning In,’ ” said her fellow committee member Senator Amy Klobuchar.

    Later, Feinstein would tell CNN that she felt Cruz was being “somewhat arrogant,” which seemed like an understatement. Even in an age of political polarization, there apparently is still an unwritten rule against calling someone “a stupendously irritating twit” on national TV.

    In committee, Cruz sat sullenly while Feinstein gave her response. “I would note that she chose not to answer the question that I asked,” he said when she finished.

    Other Democratic senators jumped in and pointed out some of the ways that other parts of the Bill of Rights were, indeed, limited by exceptions. Interestingly, none of the Republicans came to Cruz’s support. Do you think they ever take a vote for Colleague We’d Most Like to Avoid Meeting in the Elevator? I think we have a candidate.

    Then Cruz announced he wanted to “make four points briefly. …” It’s highly unlikely that a single person in the room wanted four points. And they were not in the least brief. But they were remarkable for their incessant self-reference.

    “My fourth and final point is that the Constitution, in my opinion, should be the touchstone of everything we do. …”

    “I would point out that I am not unfamiliar with the Heller case. Indeed, I represented …”

    “In my view, the Constitution is particularly important. …”

    Do you think, people, that this is a key to the stupendous impact the Tea Party continues to have on Congress, even now that it’s proved itself to be a loser when it comes to elections? If you combine a lack of a sense of humor with an absence of humility and then stir in a cup of self-righteousness, you are definitely not working on a recipe for cooperative achievement.

    Palinization

    • yttik says:

      I watched the exchange on video. Then I watched the nightly news version of the exchange. Holy crap, they spin so much, I’m surprised they don’t get dizzy and pass out! Cruz of course, was a wet behind the ears, extremist, sexist, who got slammed down by the wise and noble Feinstein because he wasn’t very familiar with the Constitution.

      • wmcb says:

        Funny how the 20 year establishment veteran saying “How dare you presume to question me!” to the fresh young newbie is portrayed as the one being condescended TO. Huh?

        Bass ackwards in the brave new world. War is peace.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Wow, they sure are scared.

    • catarina says:

      Cruz sat “sullenly?” As if. “Harangue?” Please, and fuck you.

      Gail should be embarrassed, but I’m pretty sure she’s not.

      It’s so hateful-maybe she’s trying to get a gig on MSNBC?

      • DeniseVB says:

        Will be interesting to see who that new One America network hires, just hope it doesn’t turn into another Current bomb. Of course, first one I thought of was John :cough: Edwards, but wrong ideology.

  23. wmcb says:

    Cruz is killing it. Says Holder wants us to just trust them.

    “NO, we DON’T trust you! Not this president, or the next one, or the next one! Democrat or Republican!”

  24. wmcb says:

    No teleprompter either

  25. wmcb says:

    Cruz calling for outright repeal of the NDAA. Fucking wow.

  26. HELENK says:

    on this St Patrick Day weekend

    the speeches at CPAC are great.
    get the feeling I want to yell loudly

    UP THE REBELS

  27. DeniseVB says:

    Fun in the twit pit today on #CPAC2013 with a snark challenged vile prog….

  28. myiq2xu says:

    Breitbart:

    Jillian Rayfield of Salon.com set out to create a false narrative about Breitbart News Network’s “The Uninvited” CPAC event, complete with accusations of “Islamaphobia,” before the panelists spoke a single word, according to an eyewitness.

    Rayfield (pictured) sat next to fellow Salon reporter Alex Seitz-Wald in the event. What they did not know was right next to both of them was Patrick Poole, an investigative reporter for the conservative outlet PJ Media.

    Breitbart News caught up with Poole on the way out of the event, and he told this reporter that he personally witnessed Rayfield framing her story before the panel discussion she was writing about even began.

    “Before the panel discussion, they had already had their posts prepared,” Poole said. “I was sitting directly beside them and she had her article on ‘Islamaphobia is alive and well at CPAC’ post all ready to go.”

    Poole said this is an example of Salon’s far left-wing writers fabricating a “pre-determined narrative” aimed at undermining the substance of arguments made during the event.

  29. foxyladi14 says:

    We need more like him on congress. 🙂

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