Archive for August, 2011

Hopefully this will wake up some of you lefty musicians who still ride on the hopeychangey bandwagon…

Maybe its just politics…


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Funny if not so incredibly stupid…

Awkward: Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin offers hurricane prep tips.

No, this wasn’t meant to be a joke. Although many believe the 2005 response to Hurricane Katrina was a colossal failure at every level of government, former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin appeared on MSNBC on Friday to offer preparedness advice for those in Hurricane Irene’s path.

Speaking with Martin Bashir, Nagin gave government agencies and their leaders high marks for their preparations. But he said only time will tell if the public follows their instructions.

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“Competency Crisis.”

I have been of two minds on Obama since he rose to power. One says that he is in fact incompetent and is in way over his head. The other is that he is a socialist hell bent on transforming America into some European statist hell hole. Now I think that both are right…

Mortimer Zuckerman: Obama and the ‘Competency Crisis’ – WSJ.com.

It is no surprise that many have begun to doubt the president’s leadership qualities. J.P. Morgan calls it the “competency crisis.” The president is not seen fighting for his own concrete goals, nor finding the right allies, especially leaders of business big or small. Instead, his latent hostility to the business community has provoked a mutual response of disrespect. This is lamentable given the unique role that small business especially plays in creating jobs.


The president appears to consider himself immune from error and asserts the fault always lies elsewhere—be it in the opposition in Congress or the Japanese tsunami or in the failure of his audience to fully understand the wisdom and benefits of his proposals. But in politics, the failure of communication is invariably the fault of the communicator.

Via Instapundit

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Resist We Much

Can’t fire him either cuz that would be racist…

Al Sharpton To Have His Own MSNBC Show | Video | TheBlaze.com.

MSNBC has named the Rev. Al Sharpton as host of a weeknight program on the network.  Tuesday’s announcement comes after the civil rights activist spent several weeks as a tryout in the 6 p.m. Eastern time slot. Apparently MSNBC executives were satisfied with Rev. Sharpton’s performance,

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‘Go For Broke’

Interesting choice of words. I’m sure it wasn’t intentional…

NBC’s Guthrie Urges Obama ‘Go For Broke’ With New Stimulus | NewsBusters.org.

In an interview with former press secretary and current Obama campaign advisor Robert Gibbs on Sunday’s Meet the Press, substitute host Savannah Guthrie pushed the President from the left: “If the President thinks more should be done, if he thinks there should be more stimulus, why doesn’t he just go for broke? Why doesn’t he go out there and ask for it, make a case for it?”

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“The Gas Chambers Are Ready”

How’s that “Arab Spring” working out? Don’t wait for the MSM to do a story on this…

MEMRI: Footage of Egyptians Demonstrating opposite Israeli Embassy in Cairo Shows Sign with Swastika Saying “The Gas Chambers Are Ready”.


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One of a thousand such programs that are on the books I’m guessing…

Gov’t Paying Farmers, Ranchers $112M to Protect Bird Too Numerous to be Threatened | CNSnews.com.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is paying $112 million in tax money to farmers and ranchers in 11 Western states to restore the habitat of the Sage Grouse, a bird that has not been listed as either threatened or endangered under the federal Endangered Species law because the government says there are too many of them.

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced last week that the USDA would dedicate $21.8 million to pay eligible ranchers and farmers in the state of Wyoming to encourage conservation practices that preserve the numbers of Sage Grouse.

That will bring to $112 million the total amount that the USDA has distributed over the last two years to eligible farmers and ranchers in 11 states as part of its Sage Grouse Initiative.

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