I mean, why not? Instead of this finger-pointing and blame-gaming and circular firing squad, let’s just grab hold of some random schmoe and make him the designated scapegoat for all our despair, rage, envy and frustration. Stephen Crowder is the new Emmanuel Goldstein!
by Smitty I like Herman Cain, and this is a great argument. Given that Gloria Allred delivered the final, crushing blow to the Cain campaign, one is tempted to speculate whether somebody on the Left wasn’t agreeing with Alfonzo Rachel’s thesis. Via Mike Cornelison
by Smitty Listen here, Chris Wallace: “Interagency issues” are a crock. The buck doesn’t stop at the three-letter-acronym agencies. President “Gutsy Call” has become President “Putzy Gall”. BHO can’t get kudos for bin Laden and then shirk the responsibility for Benghazi. “This president is 100% committed to the people he sent overseas personally to represent […]
New ad from Women United PAC hits Obama on the Benghazi cover-up: It’s a video. On the Internet. And the Muslim Brotherhood won’t like it. Meanwhile, the latest news: Sources, emails point to communication breakdown in Obama administration during Libya attack
A full hour long, this is an appearance Andrew Breitbart made in September 2011 at the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. It starts kinda slow, but you really should grab a chair, get yourself a sandwich, click “view full screen” and watch the whole thing. I promise you, it’s worth your time and will […]
Exactly who or what inspired the “Future Children Project,” I’m not sure. All I know is, I want them to lose — and to lose so badly that these ugly children and their dimwitted parents will be stricken with helpless heartsick grief on Nov. 6: The Future Children Project from FutureChildrenProject on Vimeo. Yeah, […]
This is 1:10, so it’s online only — not a 30-second TV commercial — but it brutally exposes the shallowness of Obama’s campaign: (Via Erika Johnsen at Hot Air.)
So says Clint Eastwood in this powerful new ad: Hat-tip: Melissa Clouthier on Twitter.« go back — keep looking »