Sunday, April 29, 2012

Chris Matthews says conservatives are a "grand wizard crowd" to a black conservative...

Ummm... Who watches this guy?!

CNN shows their bias... Yet again.

If the CNN news lady would read up on the latest poll numbers, she would know that's it's not so gasp worthy that someone wouldn't say they're voting for little o.

Obama doesn't think hockey moms are delicious.

Did he just compare dog meat to hockey mom "meat"?... And.. How would he know?...

Anti Bullying speaker bullies high school students.

Well I don't know what else to call it. He referred to the kids that got up and left his... Rant? as "pansy asses". Question: What's worse than a 16 year old bullying a 16 year old. Answer: A 48 year old man bullying a group of 16 year olds. He points out what he sees as hypocrisy in The Bible or the hypocritical people that believe in The Bible but doesn't even stop to catch a breath before he starts being a hypocrite himself. Maybe I'd listen to what he had to say if he didn't reek of arrogance as he bashed not only The Bible but republicans in general. Nothing is better than someone giving a talk on anti-bullying and condemning hate speech... While bullying and using hate speech. Well done Savage, well done.

Monday, April 23, 2012


Occupy Unmasked trailer

"Bloggers from all over the country met in Charlotte, North Carolina, over the weekend for a two-day conference sponsored by FreedomWorks and the Franklin Center. It was a time to catch up with old friends, make new ones, exchange ideas and pay tribute to Andrew Breitbart."

"Appropriately, part of Friday's tribute featured the first 30 minutes or so of Breitbart News Chairman Stephen K. Bannon's upcoming documentary, "Occupy Unmasked," a work in progress that unspooled before a packed house."

Read Full Article From Breitbart's Crew Here

Spelling matters

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Obama loves dogs... Especially with a nice demi glace

The Daily Caller writes about Barry Obama eating dog when he was younger. No, I'm serious! It's in his book and everything. HE... ATE... DOG... No wonder why he dragged his feet for so long on getting a dog after he became president, he was on a diet.

"Hey, whatever you have to tell yourself, libs. Say what you want about Romney, but at least he only put a dog on the roof of his car, not the roof of his mouth. And whenever you bring up the one, we’re going to bring up the other."

"Q: What does Obama do when his dog gets stuck?
A: Grabs a toothpick."

"Obama would never put a dog on top of a car. Dries out the meat."

Read the article here

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Obama = Excuses


Government employees make a crap ton of money...

So, there's a new book out named Debacle: Obama's War on Jobs and Growth and What We Can Do Now to Regain Our Future. Among other things it compares government salaries vs. private sector salaries. I've always known that in general, government employees not only have better benefits but just plainly make more money than private sector workers but daanng! The numbers they are reporting are ridiculous. I hope the next time Republicans want to make cuts, tax payers actually look at what the people are making before they join the union protests and go bat crazy acting like we are trying to take the last bread crumb from their cupboard.

"According to Norquist and Lott, the average private sector worker in America earns $61,000 annually in pay, pension benefits, and health care benefits. That compares to state and local government workers who make $80,000 and federal workers who bag $120,000 taxpayer dollars in pay, pension, and benefits"...

..."The cost to taxpayers over a government workers career is sizable. Norquist and Lott explain that the hiring of a single federal worker at age 25 will cost taxpayers between $2.73 million and $8 million in wages and benefits, depending on the speed with which the government worker is promoted."

Read Article From Breitbart's Crew Here

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Them's fightin' words

Obama calls Ronald Reagan a ‘wild-eyed, socialist, tax hiking class warrior’

Okay, first of all, good luck getting past Smuggy McFluffy on his left. I seriously couldn't look away.

Secondly, if I hear the words "everyone must do their fair share" ONE MORE TIME, I don't even know what I'll do. To be honest, I don't even want to hear the word "fair" again, cause I'll tell you what's NOT fair -- and that's me bustin' a hump to make a buck, while able bodied couch jockey's collect their monthly government dole.

Guess what Fair Share people? If everyone gets in the wagon, there's no one left to pull the wagon.

Read more at Daily Caller

This just in from RR: If Obama is calling Reagan a wild eyed, socialist, class warrior and wants to call his tax bill after him, wouldn't that mean that Obama is a wild eyed socialist, class warrior?? This guy's a moron. Don't insult someone then say that guy is so insane we should name our latest bill after him.... Oy!!

Monday, April 9, 2012

Olbermann's out of a job and S.E. seems half full about it.

Nope, no voter fraud to see here...

This is awesome. The Holder justice department has tried to undo anything that even looks like a voter identification law because, as we all know, asking someone to show ID to vote, is super racist. Asking someone to show ID to rent a video, check out a water stained library book, or buy beer --- not racist. Asking someone to show ID to prove they are who they say they are before they pick the dude who gets to hold what some would argue is the most powerful position on the planet --- so obviously racist.

Good lord people, I had to show ID at Target last time I bought Nyquil!!

Anyway, this little gem is brought to you by the same people that took down Acorn. Rock On Veritas, Rock On!

Here's a little more, in case you thought the other might have just been a fluke ... and by the way, if the Democrats are so worried about minorities and poor people not having ID, well, why not invent a few more thousand government jobs and offer the ID for free. Government jobs and free stuff --- BAM! Problem solved!!!

Friday, April 6, 2012

From the "you have to be kidding me file"

"The Stall Brook Elementary School in Bellingham MA removed the word “God” from Lee Greenwood’s, “God Bless the U.S.A.” The song was reportedly changed to, “We love the U.S.A.” Then, following outrage, the school pulled the song from a fourth-grade assembly."

I can't believe this happened in Massachusetts (sorry couldn't find the sarcastic font).Watch the news report here

Thursday, April 5, 2012

The double standard in chief

I know it's shocking but this video points out another double standard coming from the White House...

Well thank goodness CNN waited until they had the facts...

CNN reported people were saying that Zimmerman said a racist slur during the 911 call. So they took the audio and although it's not clear what he said... They ran with the story. To be honest, I still don't know what Zimmerman said, but I do know I wouldn't have reported it until it was clear. But as we all know, I don't work for CNN. So instead of Zimmerman saying f***ing coons, he might have said f***ing cold. But Zimmerman commenting on the cold weather isn't nearly as racist as the coon comment so... Let's go with the coon comment and whip up everyone into a racist frenzy.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

NBC edited George Zimmerman's 911 call...

Obama's administration gets punished, jr. high style.

Obama has one of the biggest egos I have ever seen, so maybe he thought he could disrespect (and flat out lie about) the highest court in America. Well in his defense he did it once before and no one seemed to care, so why not? Well, he all but got a slap on the wrist with a ruler and made to sit in the corner. Honestly I can't imagine how embarrassing it must be to have a judge tell you, you have to write a report pretty much saying how wrong your speech was...

"Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard arguments in a separate Obamacare challenge in Physician Hospitals of America v. Sebelius. According to Jan Crawford at CBS News (one of the most knowledgeable attorneys among the journalists who cover the Supreme Court), Judge Jerry Smith asked the Department of Justice lawyer arguing the case--Dana Lydia Kaersvang--whether Obama’s statement is now the official position of the United States government.

Although Kaersvang quickly admitted that Marbury and 200 years of unbroken precedent clearly hold that courts have the power to strike down Obamacare, Smith wanted it in writing. So the three-judge panel hearing this appeal--Smith, Emilio Garza, and Leslie Southwick (all three are excellent judges, and Smith is also a fine gentleman to boot)--issued an order today, requiring the Justice Department to file a three-page, single-spaced letter by noon this Thursday, reaffirming that the federal government agrees that courts possess the power of judicial review."

Read Full Article Here

Truth in advertising

Monday, April 2, 2012

Christianity Haters Gonna Hate


via Breitbart Tim Tebow’s trade to the New York Jets--and into the nation’s number one media market--has garnered a lot of attention in the press. And the mainstream media's scorn for his religion has been over-the-top.

Tebow mocking, of course, is not new, but it’s now reached an all-time high.

The Atlantic mocked the Jets--and Christianity--in an article entitled, “New York City Sports, Now with Even More Jesus.
On ESPN, Skip Bayless asked Tebow how he felt about being one of the most polarizing, divisive players in the NFL because of his faith.

And recently, on MSNBC, The Nation sports editor Dave Zirin remarked, “There are a lot of LGBT people that live in New York City who are also football fans and they might want to know why the new, possibly starting, quarterback for the New York Jets wants them to move backwards 30 or 40 years." Since when does an athlete’s position on a social issue disqualify him from playing a sport? writer Dan Bernstein labeled Tebow as a “little more than an affable simpleton” and criticized Tebow’s fans, calling them “lunatic-fringe cultists.”

Prior to the Super Bowl, Rabbi Joshua Hammerman opined in The Jewish Week that “If Tebow wins the Super Bowl, against all odds, it will buoy his faithful, and emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants.” The Jewish Week and Hammerman later apologized.

The attacks expanded to the absurd: MSNBC mocked Tebow’s reading ability when he read Green Eggs and Ham for Pizza Hut’s “BOOK IT!” children’s reading program.

In December 2011, Bill Press, who likes to lecture conservatives about civility, said on his radio show that Tim Tebow needs to “STFU” about Jesus, calling him a “disgrace” and an “embarrassment.” However, he was just getting started with those remarks. He continued: "By dragging God into every football game, Tebow makes a mockery of Chrisianity--and trivializes religion. The truth is, God doesn't care who wins an election, a bingo game, or a football game. Sorry, Tebow, Jesus is not a Broncos fan."
He then went on to mock Tebow's fans: "Now, if you're one of the silly millions of Americans who loves Tebow's in-your-face kind of Christianity, consider this. What if he were a devout Muslim, who bowed to Mecca after every touchdown and shouted 'Allahu Akbar'?"

Press and the other members refuse to see the bias and hypocrisy in their remarks. If Tebow was a Muslim the media would not dare to make the comments they are making about him or his faith.

The mainstream media did not pick up on his rant, and Press felt no need to apologize.

NBC sports analyst Jelisa Castrodale even remarked that hatred of Tebow is directly tied to his faith.

Why can’t the media just report the facts? Why is there such a need to criticize others who are different from them?
Unfortunately, the mainstream media is predominantly secular and liberal--and intolerant of others who don’t hold their views. They claim to honor "free speech" and the First Amendment, but hold a double standard when a Christian athlete expresses his faith by attacking his character--which is squeaky clean, in this case.

Criticism is to be expected, to be sure--Tebow is one of the most famous and popular athletes of his time, with a following of over 9,000 tweets per second in one game alone.

But what about reporting on the fact that he is a role model for younger athletes, especially when professional sports teams are plagued by sex scandals, drugs, steroids, and women abuse? If anything, Tebow represents that which is good about sports and athleticism.

Unfortunately, when journalists dismiss the role of religion in someone’s life they miss out on telling some of the great stories within our culture. They also miss out on what is good about journalism—uncovering the truth or “uncomfortable” facts, being curious about life, investigating and describing facts in a sincere and unbiased way, and remaining open to learning and encouraging others to do the same.

When journalists avoid discussing topics that are uncomfortable to them, they then provide imbalanced and unfair coverage and deprive their audience of important answers and information that could be helpful and life-giving.