Whether she is or not, I’m using her own tactics and words against her (and her fellow co-hosts). On the upcoming Barbara Walters “10 Most Fascinating People” special, one of the people Barbara interviews is former GOP primary candidate Herman Cain. Also interviewed in the special is Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad. When Barbara brings that up to discuss with her fellow View co-hosts, Joy immediately leapt at the chance to disparage Herman Cain, asking Barabara of whom she was most afraid …Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad or Herman Cain? Apparently Joy Blowhard is more afraid of a black man than she would be a brutal Hezbollah terrorist.
Joy, when are you going to realize that you are not funny? Bashar al-Assad is a terrorist leader and sympathizer of Hezbollah, a proxy terror group for Iran, and you are trying to equate someone like that to the unfairly maligned Herman Cain, who is a devout Christian, married for 43 years to his wife, Gloria? Assad’s goon squads have killed thousands of dissidents in Syria who have protested the dictator’s decades-long rule, yet Herman Cain is merely being ACCUSED of inappropriate behavior with mostly unknown women, all of whose claims can be clearly disproved given the chance for an appropriate investigation.
Yesterday Beck hit it out with the park regarding the left’s lack of balance when reporting on the pro-illegal immigration rallies and the tea parties. We now have race pimp Al Sharpton involved, comparisons of the AZ law’s advocates to Nazis, Bill Clinton’s pseudo-defense of the WTO anarchists vs. his treatment of tea partiers, and the list just goes on and on.
I, like Glenn, wonder why so much fuss is being made about what’s going on in AZ when government officials in Illinois are asking for the National Guard to come help fight crime in Chicago. Which police state does the left prefer? Only the one that doesn’t sully their political points? Why is no one else talking about how bad the crime rate is in Chicago? Well, they don’t talk about Phoenix’s much either, but why is enforcing one more popular than the other? In both cases the majority of the offenders are minorities, so why is one more acceptable than the other? Why is one effort to enforce laws at the state level a RAAAAACCIST thing, yet the other is a TRUE “police state,” calling for military to perform local law enforcement duties?
A lot has been said about this book already, and much publicized so far, so I’m going to let this video speak mostly for itself. Tonight on Hannity’s show, “Game Change” authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann were on to discuss some of the more juicy details of the book.
Yesterday at the National Automobile Dealers Association dinner in New Orleans, George H.W. Bush and Clinton were a part of a panel, and Greta intro’d the segment she aired on her show, alluding to the sly wit that both men demonstrate. I was going to snip it to only include Bush 41, but all faults aside, Slick Willy’s retort was pretty funny, too.
They truly have a palpable sense of camaraderie, and I admire both of them for it. We all need to laugh at the folks every once in a while, and it’s really healthy to see them laugh at themselves. This was just plain fun.