Sarah is feeling like me today… sick of the all the left-wing (and some right-wing) hypocrites charges of the Tea Party being “jihadis,” “suicide bombers,” “hobbits,” and “terrorists,” from everyone to the whiney little MSNBC & NY Times’ characters, all the way up to the Vice President. Enough is enough, especially when we were lectured by our Crybaby-In-Chief after the horrible Tucson inicident, that there needed to be a new civility…a “new tone,” as some called it. Yet, who is it that have been the biggest offenders of using this stupid, childisih, and truly insane name-calling when trying to demonize their opponents? The left, of course… trusty “Rules for Radicals” books in-hand.
Having said that, we have had our share of idiocy from some on our side of the aisle. Well, this “hobbit” has also had enough. Enough of opportunists like Romney and all others like him, only coming out to stake their spot when it’s politically expedient. There are a few out there who have “stuck their necks out a mile,” but that list doesn’t include the one person who actually claimed he had. To him, I say “YOU LIE!”
The two talked about the recent controversies surrounding the New Black Panther Party and one of their members, King Samir Shabaz, at a Philly polling place in 2008. Oh, and that’s not all… they go back into the whole history of Malik’s statements and appearances, on and off Fox News.
I wonder when will Geraldo stop crying about the injustices to the “brown” people when he hears all this nonsense about praising bin Laden, calling for blacks to kill “cracka babies,” etc.
Please wake up, Geraldo… and WTF is up with you letting the goon squad stand in the studio behind Malik? I recognize the one in the suit as Hashm Nzinga, who played race overlord here in Georgia for Cynthia McKinney when she was running a couple of years back. Lots of zionism, white devil and other sorts of idiot-talk back then, too.
Apparently the left-wing whackjobs are all atwitter about Bill O’Reilly making fun of Helen Thomas. Bernie Goldberg was on tonight, and the two of them discussed just that. They went through the whole dossier of left-wing loonies and Bernie told Bill he could bleep him if he wanted to, then gave a couple of resounding “SCREW THEM! SCREW THEM!” shout-outs just for good measure.
Why are liberals only outraged and offended when it’s one of their own who is mocked or portrayed in satire? Nowhere to be found. Just like another group we know.
It’s always priceless when Barney Frank is on any show, espousing his left-wing liberal views. He was on the Sunday show ‘This Week.’ Panelists were SC Senator Jim DeMint (R), Fred Smith CEO of FedEx, Eric Schmidt CEO of Google, and Chairman of the Financial Services Committee, Bawney Fwank (of Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac flame…er, ah FAME! ).
Here are just a few gems from the transcript: (emphasis mine)
FRANK: We need — and I think we’ve suffered from an extremism in this country in the past of relying only on private-sector activity and having too little government. It’s possible to have too much government, no question. But it’s possible to have too little. And some parts of this stimulus — extending unemployment benefits, helping with food stamps — you know, we have two purposes here. One is to stimulate the overall economy. The other is to go to the aid of some people who, through no fault of their own, have been damaged. You can’t just look at the aggregates.
I think we’ve gotten in trouble by looking only at the aggregates. If the GDP goes up but income inequality greatly increases and a lot of average workers are feeling put upon, it’s a problem.
I don’t know who this hack is, and his initial attempt to ingratiate himself with the military really fell on mostly deaf ears to the Hollywood audience last night at the SAG Awards. Not such a surprise, but it’s a demonstrative example of just who these dolts really care about. And do you really think our military men and women are watching this drivel overseas at their bases? Puhlease!
Then this putz goes through the list of “guilds” of which is a member or admires, and finishes his little speech of with “we look forward to the day where all workers have the free choice to join a union.”
Yeah, THAT went over like a lead balloon, too, in the audience (now that part did surprise me – but only a little). It got about as much applause as his empty thanks to the troops. Does anybody really have any use for these fools?