Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Democratic Party Thugs show True Colors in Kennedy Campaign

We have been given a taste this week of what the 2010 mid-term election campaign will look like from the Martha Coakley Campaign in Massachusetts. A "volunteer" from the  Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee stopped reporter John McCormack after a press conference by pushing him to the ground, then seemingly helping him up, only to push him to the ground again. Michael Meehan, a "veteran campaign worker," (he heads his own liberal consulting firm admitted being "a little rough" with McCormack. Here's the video, decide for yourself:

It seems a little ironic that Coakley would talk about "outsiders" influencing the Massachusetts campaign, then rush to catch a plane for a fundraiser in Washington, D.C. while a "volunteer" from outside her district knocks around a reporter that asks a question she doesn't want to answer.

Expect the same type of Chicago-style treatment from Democratic campaign workers as the 2010 elections approach. Raul Grijalva's stocking of small forums with bussed in workers will be nothing compared to the all out blitz to suppress criticism of Democratic candidates and raise money from outside of districts to fund liberal candidates that is to come. Grijalva's campaign recently signed on to ActBlue as part of the Democrat online fundraiser's promise to contribute to candidates who supported socialized medicine (I mean the Public Option). So while Grijalva whines to Governor Brewer for pointing out how Obamacare will hurt Arizona (arguments he pulls out of his large .... shirt according to the head of AHCCCS), he is shoveling money into his campaign for reelection from liberals in Boston and San Francisco. It's all par for the course. Chicago politicians and Union bosses are in control now. They are not going to go down without a fight.

Monday, January 11, 2010

Ann Coulter takes Liberals to Sunday School over Hume critique

When Brit Hume suggested Tiger Woods would be better off choosing Christianity over Buddhism, it was like a shockwave through the liberal beltway. Hume had no right to bring up Christianity on a news program they said. He was showing his bias they said. He was bashing Buddhism, they said.
Coming to his defense today was Ann Coulter:

Hume's words, being 100 percent factually correct, sent liberals into a tizzy of sputtering rage, once again illustrating liberals' copious ignorance of Christianity. (Also illustrating the words of the Bible: "How is it you do not understand me when I speak? It is because you cannot bear to listen to my words." John 8:43.)

Coulter unabashedly defends Hume's logic and the difference between Buddhism, a philosophy, and the simple forgiveness of Chistianity:

Is Buddhism about forgiveness? Because, if so, Buddhists had better start demanding corrections from every book, magazine article and blog posting ever written on the subject, which claims Buddhists don't believe in God, but try to become their own gods.

I can't imagine that anyone thinks Tiger's problem was that he didn't sufficiently think of himself as a god, especially after that final putt in the Arnold Palmer Invitational last year.   

Coulter goes on to give a clear explanation  of Christianity that Billy Graham would be proud of:
In the no-frills, economy-class version, you don't need a church, a teacher, candles, incense, special food or clothing; you don't need to pass a test or prove yourself in any way. All you'll need is a Bible (in order to grasp the amazing deal you're getting) and probably a water baptism, though even that's disputed.

You can be washing the dishes or walking your dog or just sitting there minding your business hating Susan Sarandon and accept that God sent his only son to die for your sins and rise from the dead ... and you're in! 
Coulter and Hume have hit a nerve that drives uberliberals to chasing their tails in frustration, Christianity is real to millions of Americans (myself included), and not some fantasy that "small town folk cling to" with their guns.
In a boiling rage, liberals constantly accuse Christians of being "judgmental." No, we're relieved.

Christianity is also the hardest religion in the world because, if you believe Christ died for your sins and rose from the dead, you have no choice but to give your life entirely over to Him. No more sexual promiscuity, no lying, no cheating, no stealing, no killing inconvenient old people or unborn babies -- no doing what all the other kids do.

And no more caring what the world thinks of you -- because, as Jesus warned in a prophecy constantly fulfilled by liberals: The world will hate you.  

Coulter is not the only defender of Hume's statements. Here are others, refreshing to read:
Carl Cannon  
Jennifer Riley 
Bill Riley 
Cal Thomas
Ross Douthat
Also refreshing to hear was Brit's reaction to the criticism on the O'Reilly Factor:

Don't look for anyone else. they're not there. We have reached the point where being Christian, Conservative, or truthful are no longer acceptable for journalists. Thank you Brit and Ann, for being all three.  

Still Think Washington Politicians have It all Together?

John Hawkins of Right Wing News writes about the recent revelations about the John Edwards campaign in Game Change"Now, here's the point: You think that most of the other people crafting bills in Congress that dramatically impact your life aren't every bit as screwed up as John Edwards? Don't get me wrong, I don't think all of them are narcissists or are having affairs, but I guarantee you that the percentage of them in that boat in DC is probably several times higher than it is in the population at large.

The image the press feeds you -- and that many of these people have of themselves -- is that they're better, smarter, and more capable than everyone else. That's utter horsecrap. If anything, politicians are considerably more screwed up than the average person because they spend all their time being catered to like movie stars by their aides and they seldom talk to normal people who don't live and die based on polls and the front page of the New York Times. That's one of the many reasons it's so important to keep the power to control your life in YOUR hands, instead of in the hands of politicians in DC."

Are We at War or Not?

Friday, January 1, 2010

Liberal Bloggers show their True Colors in Comments about Limbaugh

In May, upon news of Ted Kennedy's diagnosis of a brain tumor, these were the headlines:

Examples of conservatives and Republicans who have invoked Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's name in depicting liberals (from Fox News. No other news agency had critical comments I could find:
_In a January 2007 appearance on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor," conservative radio host Laura Ingraham said, "If the Islamists have their way, what Ted Kennedy and the liberals don't seem to understand, they would be the first people put up against the wall and shot."

_ In October 2006 during her campaign for Senate, Rep. Katherine Harris, R-Fla., said: "And even when Democrats and independents hear our message and find out that Bill Nelson has voted to the left of Hillary Clinton, according to the National Journal's ratings, then they realize that, while there are a lot of Democrats and independents, they're not Ted Kennedy Democrats." She was speaking on Fox News' "Hannity & Colmes" show.
_ In his final televised debate with Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., before the 2006 election, former Sen. George Allen, R-Va., referred to Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy and others as Webb's friends during an argument about the minimum wage and tax cuts.
_ While campaigning for a Republican candidate in Florida in October 2006, Vice President Dick Cheney said, "I don't need to tell you what kind of legislation would come to us by way of committee chairmen like Joe Biden, Ted Kennedy, John Conyers, Henry Waxman, Barney Frank or Jay Rockefeller."

These were the worst of the comments I could find. Then there was these responses:

USA Today described reactions from Conservatives:

It's just that his reputation as a consummate legislator and amiable Senate colleague has taken off much of the edge and helped to offset the darker depiction by some conservatives. Under the shadow of his illness, almost nobody is taking pot shots at him these days.
Alabama Republican House candidate Jay Love was running a campaign commercial that showed pictures of Pelosi, Clinton and Kennedy and vowed to work against "their" liberal agenda if elected. But after news of Kennedy's illness, the commercial was remade with Kennedy's image replaced by that of Democratic front-runner Obama.
Bush, who disparaged Kennedy during the 2000 presidential campaign, recently saluted him as "a man of tremendous courage, remarkable strength and powerful spirit."
"Take care of my friend," Bush told Kennedy's wife, Vicki.
Bush has hosted Kennedy socially at the White House and worked with him to pass two of his major domestic initiatives, the No Child Left Behind education law and a Medicare prescription drug benefit.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, about as conservative a Republican as they come, shed tears over the news that Kennedy had a brain tumor, calling Kennedy "a brother."

In Contrast, these were the comments yesterday to news that Rush Limbaugh, Conservative talkshow host who has given voice to the views of millions of Conservative Americans for 20 years:

'Left Ecstatic,' notes ZIP at the Weasel Zippers blog, aggregating some of the more explicit wishes for Rush Limbaugh's death while adding his own prayer for a recovery. He decides the "worst one of the night (so far)" is from calickizzle: "not only do I hope Rush dies, but I hope every #tcot drinks a bottle of cancer as well!" Responds calicizzle, not necessarily to Weasel Zippers, "every #tcot who danced a jig when Ted K. died & prayed that Sen. Byrd would die should STFU about libs & Rush."

It’s mean to wish Rush Limbaugh dead
~ I would, I have no compassion for the base, the callous, the judgmental. As Scrooge said, best to reduce the surplus population.
~ I am liberal, but I have compassion. For those who do not make millions out of spreading misery, intolerance and hate. I have no more compassion for Limbaugh than anyone should’ve had for Josef Goebbels.
~ piss on him. he’s a terrorist w/ a microphone instead of a gun.
~ Hitler and Stalin had families too. Didn’t make them less horrible.Dick Cheney has grandkids that I’m sure he loves very much–but he’s still an evil, pulsating boil on the ass of the country.
~ It’s Rush who has the boil on the ass, not cheney. cheney is just a robot for the saudis–a tin man with no heart.
~ Okay. I wish he’d never been born. Better?
~ I wish he would stop lying and making money fucking this country up, If it takes his death to make that happen, f### it
~ I am an inglorious bastard. Die, motherf###er, die. (This persons avatar is a peace sign…what a joke!)
~ These monsters will live forever.It’s only our people who die young.
~ how about if i wish him to get a cancer that would slowly rot his brain for the next 30 years?

~ This is tragic. If he dies, millions of conservative won’t have anyone to tell them what to think.
~ Sometimes it takes divine intervention to free the world of another scumbag. He kept running his mouth even when is own party was sticking it to him. No love lost here. Goodbye dirtbag. There is less pollution in the world now. Do NOT R.I.P. burn baby burn.

~ Maybe there is a God.
~ In response to the comments above…I hope he dies. But, if it is any consolation I wish it to be a painless death surrounded by loved ones.
~ I’ve suddenly become religious, and I’m praying for this bigot’s quick demise! Good riddance scumbag!
~ It is like a late Christmas present! You know the one dropped in the chimney that you find a day or too later. Hurray!
~ “…I wish it to be a painless death surrounded by loved ones.”  By loved ones, you mean oxycontin dealers, right?
~ I can’t wait to put on my tap shoes and dance on his grave…. Happy New Year!
~ Ok Im gonna sleep with a smile in my face.
~ please don’t let him die… please don’t let him die…please don’t let him die, Let him live for another 30 years in a diaper and on a feeding tube.
~ People are “praying for his recovery?” Are you f###ing kidding me? Limbaugh is one of the most destructive, un-American, homophobic forces in media. He’s a racist and misogynist to boot. He’s made millions dumbing down his audience.  I hope his doctor has a hangover and his nurse is blind. May he die a slow and painful death.
No media bias? Liberals only doing what Conservatives did to Ted Kennedy? Rush Limbaugh is a polite, albeit loud, voice for Conservative politics in this country. In contrast Liberal bloggers and their smears against  Hilary Clinton and Sarah Palin (orchestrated by Campaign leaders with the blessing of Obama) are what brought Obama to the White House. These people have a right to speak their political mind, but voters have a right to know exactly what type of people the administration draws its support from and feeds off. Remember in November.