Today on The View, the hens went full-force on the NY Post editorial cartoonist, Sean Delonis, which portrayed two cops standing over a chimpanzee which has been obviously shot fatally, while the caption reads “They’ll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill.”
Now, clearly EVERYBODY knows that Obama only signed the bill. The bill was written by Nancy Pelosi & Harry Reid, but oh, no, The View bitches had to immediately infer that the chimp in the cartoon was Obama. Everyone on the panel took great pains to exhibit their self-righteous indignation, with calls of blatant racism, blah, blah, and more blah.
The only one that said one thing I agree with was Joy (shock!), and that was all Americans enjoy TOTAL free speech. Elisabeth was even out-to-lunch on this one, too, shilling for the politically-correct loons in this country.
I just say, give it a rest, everyone. And for the comediennes (Joy, Whoopi & Sherri) on the panel: cartoons are not ALWAYS meant to be funny – that’s the precise nature of editorial cartoons, which this selection by cartoonist Delonas was. An editorial cartoon – meant to be illustrative of one’s perceptions of another political group; not humorous to all.
Tonight on Special Report, Carl Cameron was on to highlight the problems the president is facing with Mexico. Not only are there the illegal immigrants at issue, but the bigger problems are the drug cartels, kidnappings and beheadings that are becoming a regular thing.
And Carl revealed a fact that Glenn Beck has been reporting forever about Phoenix, AZ being the #2 location for the most kidnappings…IN THE WORLD! Phoenix is only behind Mexico, City in that statistic. Why aren’t more people talking about this problem? Because the dems don’t want to face the truth, and they have too much invested in the illegal and Latino voting blocs. Talk about corruption!
Bertha Lewis, Chief Organizer for ACORN, was on with Neil Cavuto today to talk about their efforts to protest in several states, encouraging people to stay in their homes…despite the fact they are being foreclosed on. Basically squatting. Ms. Bertha is oh-so deluded to think that having a home is a right and not a privilege, and believes that the lenders are 100% to blame for this; not the irresponsible idiots who took out the loans they knew they couldn’t afford. What happened to personal responsibility?
When in the world is America going to wake up and realize that if we continue to reward bad behavior, that’s exactly what we’re going to get more of. We are, at the same time, punishing good behavior; e.g. “prosperity” and “success.” And we know that what you punish, you get less of. So how did we get to this point, America? How?
Someone please tell me when we became a nation of whiners, believing that all Americans should be protected against pain, uneasiness, hurt, failure, and all those other things that come with life? Where in the Constitution are we guaranteed any of this? We are guaranteed life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but we are NOT guaranteed equal results!
Glenn Beck today on his program illustrated how our economy works; basically economics for dummies. It’s really about time someone actually had it drawn out like this because apparently the capitalist cries have not been being heard, and socialism is still eerily appealing to too many. One of the best Beck segments I’ve seen.
Actor Kevin Bacon was on with Regis and Kelly this morning talking about his new upcoming HBO movie called “Taking Chance,” in which he plays Lt. Col. Michael Strobl, USMC. In this interview he describes the history and pride behind the military escorts for all of our fallen heroes.
In April 2004, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Strobl, USMC, came across the name of 19-year-old Lance Corporal Chance Phelps, a young Marine who had been killed by hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. Strobl, a Desert Storm veteran with 17 years of military service, requested that he be assigned for military escort duty to accompany Chance’s remains to his family in Dubois, Wyo.
Witnessing the spontaneous outpouring of support and respect for the fallen Marine – from the groundskeepers he passed along the road to the cargo handlers at the airport – Strobl was moved to capture the experience in his personal journal. His first-person account, which began as an official trip report, gives an insight into the military’s policy of providing a uniformed escort for all casualties. The story became an Internet phenomenon when it was widely circulated throughout the military community and eventually reached the mainstream media.