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Go, @SarahPalinUSA, Go! Whacks Lauer, ObamaCare on ‘Today’ Show (VIDEO)

Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 41 Comments

Matt Lauer tried to steamroll Mama Grizzly – fail!

Lauer asked Palin about President Barack Obama’s apology at the end of last week after it was discovered that five percent of Americans can’t keep their existing policies because they don’t meet the standards of the new healthcare law.
“What apology?’’ Palin said. “He kind of acknowledged a bit that there’s a broken website. The broken website is the least of America’s worries. This broken website I think is symbolic of a broken administration. Take over one-sixth of our economy and the socialized medicine that’s being crammed down our throat, that’s what’s broken.
“Where do you get this five percent?’’ she said. “It’s not five percent. It’s most Americans will not be able to keep the healthcare policy and programs that they had desired. The new programs that are being forced down our throat are unaffordable. Some of them are still being told, ‘Well if you like that insurance policy and that coverage, you still will be able to keep it, it’s just going to cost you a little bit more.’ That’s the point. If it’s going to cost you more, then it’s not the same policy.”

(Via Gateway Pundit.)


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Even in Deep-Blue California, ObamaCare Still Inspires Deep Doubts, Poll Finds

Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 30 Comments

Donald Douglas points out that President Obama got nearly 60 percent of the vote in California last year, but the president’s signature health-care program is still widely unpopular there:

Sixty-five percent of respondents said people wouldn’t be able to afford the health insurance they’ll be required to have under the law’s individual mandate. Forty percent think the program will have a negative effect on what they pay for coverage, compared with 21% who expect a positive outcome.
According to the survey, 46% of registered voters expect the Affordable Care Act to be a drag on the overall economy and 34% see an economic boost. Nearly 60% think the law’s new requirements will raise healthcare costs and keep businesses from hiring more workers.

Read the whole thing.


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The Fear That Dare Not Speak Its Name

Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 23 Comments

An art show in London was cancelled because of fears of Islamic terrorism, and arts writers at major newspapers ignored the cancellation. Mark Steyn has a few thoughts.


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Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 11 Comments

– compiled by Wombat-socho

Iran Nuclear Deal Collapses

SecState Kerry says Iran walked away

Iranians say agreement in place for “cooperation roadmap”

Rescuers Race To Philippines As Typhoon Death Toll Climbs
As many as 10,000 may be dead

America Says Thanks To Veterans
Free stuff ranging from doughnuts to massages

NYC Asks Appeals Court To Vacate Judge’s “Stop & Frisk” Order

Judge Shira Schiendlin held stop & frisk tactic was RAAAAACIST

Court previously removed judge from case for misconduct

More Students Going Overseas For College

Obama Would Fix Himself, “But I Don’t Write Code”

GOP Seizes On Obamacare’s Growing Problems To Slam Democrats

Two Admirals Face Probe In Navy Bribery Scandal

Christie Advises GOP Lawmakers To Follow His Lead, “Get The Job Done”

Hagel Sends Troops To The Philippines To Help With Rescue Efforts

Sen. Graham Remains Firm On Obama Nominee Holds

Crude Oil Prices Rise After Iran Nuke Talks Stall: NYMEX $94.67, Brent $105.50
EU & US To Resume Trade Deal Talks
Amazon Teams With Postal Service For Sunday Deliveries
Online Shopping Marathon Zooms Off The Blocks In PRC
German Bonds Climb Before Growth Report As Yield Curve Steepens
Toys R Us Joins Stores Opening On Thanksgiving
Sony Offers PS4 Freebies Ahead Of Launch
Smartphones Seen Tripling To 5.6 Billion By 2019
iPad Air Explodes In Aussie Phone Shop
Microsoft Starts Taking Office On The Web Seriously
Smartphones Destroying High-End Camera Sales
World Of Warcraft Gets Fifth Expansion

Alabama, FSU Lead BCS Rankings

Stanford rises to #5 after beating Oregon at home

Ohio State up to #3, Oregon falls to #6

Saints Look Super In Demolition Of Cowboys

Timbermutts End 22-Game Skid Against Lakers, 113-90

Jimmie Johnson Opens Sprint Cup Lead After Kenseth’s Bad Day At Advocare 500

Knicks Blown Out By Spurs

Ugly Giants Keep Season Alive Against Raiders

Celtics Beat Heat With Miracle Shot, 111-110

Broncos’ Manning Hurt In Closing Minutes Of Win Against Chargers

Could The Nats Deal Denard Span?

Jessica Simpson Returns To Weight Watchers

Ready to get back into her Daisy Dukes

Working to shed her baby weight

Weed Can’t Stop In Amsterdam

Bieber PNG With Buenos Aires Hotels Thanks To Rowdy Fans

Anthony Mackie Stopped For Tinted Windows, Busted For DWI

Scott Eastwood “Didn’t Really Pay Attention” To The Buzz About His Looks

Tom Cruise: My Job’s As Hard As Fighting In Afghanistan

Kenya Moore  From “Real Housewives” Talks Taking On NeNe Leakes: “I’m Not Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf”

“Blacklist” Casting Exclusive: Alan Alda Ready To Cause Trouble For Red

“Fast And Furious” Helmer Justin Lin To Direct Next “Bourne” Film

Natalie Portman Injures Leg While “Being Awkward”

Nick Lachey On Turning 40

Kendall And Kylie Jenner: It’s Hard Growing Up In The Spotlight

Adrienne Maloof Injured In Explosion

Senior Haqqani Leader Shot Dead In Pakistan
UN Climate Talks Open In Warsaw
Iranian Deputy Industry Minister Killed By Gunmen In Teheran
ICJ Backs Cambodia’s Claim To Border Temple
Malala’s Book Banned In Pakistan Schools
Syrian Opposition Agrees To Geneva Talks
Escalating Amnesty Bill Protests Raise Fears Of Clashes
Domodedovo Bombers Get Life Sentences
Modi Given More NSG Commandos, No Additional SPG Protection
Greek PM Survives No-Confidence Vote

The Looking Spoon: What Obama Really Means When He Says “Sorry”
Blackmailers Don’t Shoot: Tim Donnelly For Governor
Dead Republican Party: The Freedom To Fail
American Power: ObamaCare In California – 65% Say People Won’t Be Able To Afford Insurance
American Thinker: My Fellow Blacks, Can I Criticize Dear Leader Now?
The Necropolitan Sentinel: Obamacare Watch – Stand By For An Available Operator
Don Surber: Daily Scoreboard, November 8
Jammie Wearing Fools: Debbie Duncecap Says “I Think Democrats Will Be Able To Run On Obamacare As An Advantage”
JustOneMinute: Great Moments In Oratory
Pat Dollard: John Kerry Says There’s No Fear That Iran Is Just Playing For Time
Protein Wisdom: Hope Starts In Texas
Shot In The Dark: This Is What Incompetence Looks Like
The Jawa Report: Veterans Day 2013
The Lonely Conservative: After Signing Up For Obamacare, Woman’s Info Given To Three Different People
Megan McArdle: The Rise Of The Obamacare Scams

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Reply To Bill In Kentucky

Posted on | November 11, 2013 | 16 Comments

by Smitty

Brett Baier reads the following:

“Putting things in perspective: March 21st 2010 to October 1 2013 is 3 years, 6 months, 10 days. December 7, 1941 to May 8, 1945 is 3 years, 5 months, 1 day. What this means is that in the time we were attacked at Pearl Harbor to the day Germany surrendered is not enough time for this progressive federal government to build a working webpage. Mobilization of millions, building tens of thousands of tanks, planes, jeeps, subs, cruisers, destroyers, torpedoes, millions upon millions of guns, bombs, ammo, etc. Turning the tide in North Africa, Invading Italy, D-Day, Battle of the Bulge, Race to Berlin – all while we were also fighting the Japanese in the Pacific!! And in that amount of time – this administration can’t build a working webpage.”

All you’re really saying is that the Tea Party-Bush-Cheney Axis is worse than Imperial Japan, Nazi Germany & Fascist Italy combined.

via Instapundit & Michelle Malkin

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Maryland: The Crazy State

Posted on | November 10, 2013 | 25 Comments

Thursday, I asked that you go hit Jeff Quinton’s tip jar after he was the target of a crazy act of retaliation by disgruntled Maryland Republicans. Jeff has a wife and baby at home and, believe it or not, things got even crazier Friday — and I mean, criminally crazy.


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Rule 5 Sunday: Double-Stuf Veterans Day Weekend Edition

Posted on | November 10, 2013 | 27 Comments

– compiled by Wombat-socho

Because things just got completely out of hand last weekend…

For the benefit of those reading Rule 5 compilations for the first time, or who have forgotten since last time: some of the links below are most definitely Not Safe For Work and could contribute to the pollution of your precious bodily fluids. Don’t say you weren’t warned; the rest of us will just point and laugh.

We take you now to the long-ago days of October, when Laughing Conservative submitted Jordan Carver for our consideration. Unfortunately, that’s expired, so you get to enjoy Charisma Carpenter instead. YankeePhil contributed some Photoshopped ladies and zombies, while at Randy’s Roundtable we had Kathy Eusse – and Stevie Lynn Clark. Animal Magnetism chipped in with Rule 5 Friday and Ginger Solo Saturday, Goodstuff contributed Miranda Kerr (and naked pawn star Olivia Black) and Reaganite Republican had Miss Vietnam, Dang Thu Thao. Also, Miss Aerobik 2013! 90 Miles From Tyranny sent in Morning Mistress, (week 2), Hot Pick of the Late Night, (week 2), SteamPunk Girls With Guns, and Women with Weapons. Fishersville Mike featured a Big Bang Theory/Disney Princess crossover and some Kellie Pickler, Blackmailers Don’t Shoot’s Pretty Girls on a Thursday was all about the Halloween Hotties, (and then We Love Geeks) while First Street Journal featured Fort Jackson and the Wooden Shoes edition.

EBL’s herd of interesting heifers included Selena Gomez and tattooed sluts, a study on staring at breasts, Retro Rule 5 with Dorothy Lamour, Day of the Dead, Rule 5 Failure, Oklahoma Bigfoot, Wendy Davis, Heidi Montag, bad dolphins, Margot Robbie, and a Pussy Riot update.

A View From The Beach  offered Covert Coyote Piper Perabo, Trick or Treat, Halloween Music, Hush Katy!, Britney & The Pirates, Tell Me Sweet Little Lies, Some Downhill Biking, Great Moments In False Modesty, Drunken Sluts Have Rights Too, White House Stiffs Smithsonian Over Unspeakable Armenian Rug, Dancing With Brooke Burke, Car Detailing In Brazil, “Stella Blue”, Coming To A Boat Near You, Let’s Hear It For The Cheerleaders, “Touch Me”, and Last Neanderthals Found On Jersey Shore? This week’s lot included Ana Hickmann, a naive actress, “A Soft Place To Fall”, The Cheerleader Effect, Science Confirms People Are Pigs, Is This Typecasting Or What?, Body Image In The Photoshop Era, and Nope They Don’t.

Wine Women and Politics had TGIF babes, Sexy In Fur, Great Balls Of Fire, Smug Seduction, It’s That Day Again, Kitty Lea, and Tuesday Titillations.

Soylent Green’s first installment included Magic Mirror, Morning Coffee, Evening Awesome Ashley, Monday Motivationer Barbara Rossi, Overnighty Leather Sweat, Tuesday Titillation Sandy, Humpday Hawtness Bailey Rose, Halloween Overnighty In The Kitchen with Fur & Lace, Corset Casabas, TGIF Friday Twofer, and Weekender Clam Sisters. This week, Coffee Creamer, Hey There Little Red Riding Hood, Monday Motivationer Shallana, Tuesday Titillation Cali, Linky Love Contender Marisa, Overnighty, Vintage Humpday Hawtness Kelly, So You Want To Play Wonder Woman, Evening Awesome Jade, Falconsword Fursday Sushi Mana, Click To Embiggenify, Corset Friday, T-GIF Friday Bodice RipperOne Last Thing, and Weekender Crimson Carumba.

Postaldog gets in under the wire with Olivia Sprauer (a/k/a Victoria V. James), a Demi Moore/Jennifer Aniston stripper comparison, Ana Braga, Hilary Duff, and Anastasia Christen.

Proof Positive had Alyssa Milano and Helen Lindes, vintage babes Ramsay Ames and Adele Jurgens, vintage underwear ads and Christina Hendricks in the Sex In Advertising segment, and the obligatory 49ers cheerleader (take two). Dustbury offered Gabrielle Union, Lulu, Paris Hilton, and Susan Tedeschi; and at The Camp of the Saints, Sophie Mei and the Rule 5 News.

The DaleyGator’s DaleyBabes for this past fortnight included Kanon Hokawa, Piper Perabo, Vanessa Mae, Tianna Gregory, Dakota Johnson, Stephanie Cook, Kitty Lea, Iyrna Ivanova, Tatiana Ramos, Livia Brito, Lindsey Strutt, Yolanthe Cabou, Minase Yashiro, a second helping of Miss Yashiro, Sade, Ayaka Arima, Kim Lee, Madison Riley, Miss Gabon Jennifer Ondo, Emma Rose, Marina Saito, and Miyouu Suzumura; also Wrestling Fake?, The War On Hooters, and Saturday Beauty.

Thanks to everyone for their linkagery! Deadline to submit links to the Rule 5 Wombat mailbox for next week’s Rule 5 Roundup is Saturday, November 16. Also, don’t forget Pinups For Vets!

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Unspeakable Evil: Planned Parenthood Obstructs Child Rape Investigation

Posted on | November 10, 2013 | 91 Comments

When I first heard this, I couldn’t believe it, but it’s true. Last year, a 31-year-old illegal immigrant named Luis Gonzalez-Jose raped an 11-year-old girl who became pregnant. The man took the girl to a Planned Parenthood clinic where he pretended to be her father and told the staff the girl had been impregnated by her 14-year-old boyfriend.

The clinic performed the abortion and when the police began investigating the rape, the clinic refused to cooperate with the detective, insisting that he get a court order. This is insane.

Furthermore, the girl’s family refused to cooperate with prosecutors and, as the result of a plea bargain, the monster who raped this little girl will serve only six years in prison. Words fail.


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