Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dana Long, Arrested 'Crat


"He was arrested this morning. His name is Dana Long and he is Bethany Hall-Long's husband, Delaware State Senator and Democrat."

Okay, small potatoes compared to stuff like Jaw-Dropping Study Claims Large Numbers of Non-Citizens Vote in U.S., but this is one guy doing all he can (without using firearms) to contain these lawless Democrats.  Yes, Democrats;  from stem to stern, top to bottom; they are a cancer. Cheers on him!

Liberals have this terrible habit ...


Liberals have this terrible and annoying habit of congratulating themselves for their intellectual heft merely because they hold liberal views. Once this arrogant notion reigns, it's tough for liberals to acknowledge when one of their own says something so remarkably untrue and stupid that it makes you wonder just how ignorant is the liberal really. -- L. Brent Bozell III

That lede from Hillary Clinton Flunks Economics is so good I want to gild it and put it in a glass case.  The story itself is only another example of stupid things Hillary Clinton gets away with; e.g.

At an event for Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley in Boston on Oct. 24, Hillary Clinton told the assembled Democratic faithful:
"Don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs."

I'm adding it to my (now 5) favorite Hillary Quotes:
  1. "We are going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
  2. "God bless the America we are trying to create."
  3. "I have to confess that it's crossed my mind that you could not be a Republican and a Christian."
  4. "Come on Bill, put your dick up!  You can’t fuck her here!!” (to Gov. Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female).
  5. Don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs.

Birds of a Feather

Looking for the soft side here boss .....

“As far as Barack Obama is concerned, he doesn’t care who wins the Senate,” Limbaugh said on his national broadcast Tuesday. “When it’s all said and done, it isn’t gonna change what he’s doing. I think everybody ought to buckle up for Obama in these last two years.”

Limbaugh said once January arrives, it isn’t going to matter which political party will be in charge of the Senate:

“He’s gonna executive action, executive order as much as he thinks he can get away with. And he’s gonna go, I think, at NASCAR break-neck speeds. And don’t think he’s gonna care what they say in the Senate, I don’t think he’s gonna care what they do in the Senate because he knows the one thing they won’t do is impeach him.

“And so Obama’s gonna tell himself, ‘There’s no way they’re gonna stop me.’ He’s gonna tell himself, ‘They won’t even try to stop me. They may try to stop me by not giving me the votes, but what do I care? I’m gonna sign executive actions. I’m gonna have [Ebola czar] Ron Klain out there leading the way for me.’”

Rush Limbaugh yesterday

*See?  Everyone has a soft side *




I was actually elected audio visual cart guy at St. Pat's HS in Chicago (had to leave the room while voting took place).

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Democrat Media Monkeys

The Bumpification of the Midterm Elections

Something Else Strategies, the media-consulting firm responsible for “Squeal,” also masterminded a widely noted spot for the Republican Mike McFadden, who is challenging Al Franken for his Senate seat in Minnesota. McFadden, a former college-football player who now coaches a youth team, recruited his players to appear in a “Bad News Bears"-style spot in which they mess up handoffs (“Washington is fumbling our future”) and clobber each other (“Obamacare needs to be sacked”) before the coach rouses them to “get out there and hit somebody.”

At that point, for no particular reason, one player hits him below the belt, leaving the coach to recite the “I’m Mike McFadden, and I approve this message” bit in a high-pitched squeal — the universal signifier of a guy who has just been hit in his junk.

Critics of the McFadden ad questioned whether such a joke might fall beneath the dignity of a prospective United States senator.

Republicans look poised to pick up Congressional seats throughout America a week from today, so it is accordingly time for the New York Times to let its contempt for the portion of America that exists west of the Hudson to fly. The article, entitled “The Bumpkinification of the Midterm Elections” reads like an 800 word grievance against the idea that Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA) should have to apologize for suggesting that a farmer is unfit to serve as a Senator. In a fairly representative paragraph, the New York Times displays its exasperation at the idea that politicians should have to apologize for being professional politicians (Red State)
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"... fall beneath the dignity of a prospective United States senator"... ?

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