November 07, 2015

Bill O’Reilly Throws Hissy Fit at George Will because Will pointed out the LIES in O’Reilly's Reagan book

FOX News’ Bill O’Reilly has a heated argument with network contributor George Will over his latest column which accuses the O’Reilly Factor host of slandering former President Ronald Reagan in his latest book, Killing Reagan.

“It is not a laudatory book,” Will said about O’Reilly’s Killing Reagan. “It is doing the work of the left which knows in order to discredit conservatism it must destroy Reagan’s reputation as president. Your book does the work of the American left with its extreme recklessness.”

“You’re a hack,” O’Reilly said to Will. “You are in with the cabal of the Reagan loyalists who don’t want the truth to be told.”

Wild Thing's comment............

Bill is such a total asshole. I am so glad George Will wrote this article.

Here is the article George Will wrote.........................

Bill O’Reilly slanders Ronald Reagan

Donald Trump is just one symptom of today’s cultural pathology of self-validating vehemence with blustery certitudes substituting for evidence. Another is the fact that the book atop the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list is a tissue of unsubstantiated assertions. Because of its vast readership, “Killing Reagan: The Violent Assault That Changed a Presidency” by Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly and his collaborator, Martin Dugard, will distort public understanding of Ronald Reagan’s presidency more than hostile but conscientious scholars could.

Styling himself an “investigative historian,” O’Reilly purports to have discovered amazing facts that have escaped the notice of real historians. The book’s intimated hypothesis is that the trauma of the March 1981 assassination attempt somehow triggered in Reagan a mental decline, perhaps accelerating the Alzheimer’s disease that would not be diagnosed until 13 years later. The book says Reagan was often addled to the point of incompetence, causing senior advisers to contemplate using the Constitution’s 25th Amendment to remove him from office. Well.

Reagan was shot on the 70th day of his presidency. In the next 2,853 days, he produced an economic boom and the Cold War’s endgame. Among O’Reilly’s “explanations” for Reagan’s supposed combination of creativity and befuddlement are: He was brave; “on his bad days, he couldn’t work” but on good days “he was brilliant”; Nancy Reagan was in charge; it was “almost miraculous.”

When Reagan’s unsatisfactory Chief of Staff Don Regan was replaced by Howard Baker, a Baker aide wrote a memo that included slanderous assessments of the president from some disgruntled Regan staffers. This memo, later regretted by its author, became, O’Reilly says, the “centerpiece” of his book. On this flimsy reed he leans the fiction (refuted by minute-by-minute records in the Reagan Library) that, in O’Reilly’s words, “a lot of days” Reagan never left the White House’s second floor, where he watched “soap operas all day long.”

The book’s pretense of scholarship involves 151 footnotes, only one of which is even remotely pertinent to the book’s lurid assertions. Almost all contain irrelevant tidbits (“Reagan’s hair was actually brown”). At the Reagan Library, where researchers must register, records show that neither O’Reilly nor Dugard, who churn out a book a year, used its resources. The book’s two and a half pages of “sources” unspecifically and implausibly refer to “FBI and CIA files,” “presidential libraries” and travel “around the world.” They also cite Kitty Kelley’s scabrous 1991 Nancy Reagan “biography,” a sewer of rumors and innuendos that probably is the source of the sexual factoids O’Reilly and Dugard recycle.

Ed Meese was, from Sacramento to Washington, Reagan’s longest-serving adviser. George Shultz was Reagan’s confidant and secretary of state. James Baker served Reagan as chief of staff and treasury secretary. None was contacted in connection with the book. Scores of Reagan’s White House aides would have shredded the book’s preposterous premise, which might be why they were not interviewed.

For example, Mari Maseng worked with Reagan at the beginning and the end of his presidency. She worked with him as a speechwriter from 1981 to 1983. (As author of the speech he delivered at the Washington Hilton, she was walking ahead of him when the would-be assassin fired.) She returned to the White House in 1986 as director of public liaison. In 1988, as communications director, she worked down the hall from the Oval Office, having constant interactions with him. She saw no diminution of his physical energy or mental acuity.

Dugard sought research advice from former representative Christopher Cox (R-Calif.), who served in Reagan’s White House counsel’s office. Cox put Dugard in touch with former California governor Pete Wilson and several Reagan historians. Wilson and Cox warned that historians’ criticisms could hurt the book’s reception. Then O’Reilly charged on Fox News that Wilson and Cox somehow threatened him, adding gratuitously and falsely that Cox, as chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, “presided over the mortgage debacle that collapsed the economy in 2007,” an explanation of the autumn 2008 collapse that is simply weird.

Cox put the book’s publisher in touch with Annelise Anderson, who, with her late husband, Marty, a longtime Reagan adviser, has authored and edited serious books about Reagan. She was offered $5,000 and given just one week to evaluate the manuscript. Having read it, she declined compensation, saying mildly, “I don’t think this manuscript is ready for publication.”

The book’s perfunctory pieties about Reagan’s greatness are inundated by its flood of regurgitated slanders about his supposed lassitude and manipulability. This book is nonsensical history and execrable citizenship, and should come with a warning: “Caution — you are about to enter a no-facts zone.”

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October 18, 2015

More lies by Bill O'Reilly in his Killing Reagan book. O'Reilly should be ashamed of himself!!!!!

More lies by Bill O'Reilly in his Killing Reagan book. O'Reilly should be ashamed of himself!!!!!

Bill O’Reilly Uses Liberal Sources To Smear Reagan In Dishonest New Book

The ‘Killing’ series of books by Bill O’Reilly has been a big success. This time though is the success of “Killing Reagan” not truly earned? Already there is controversy and people are asking questions.

“Killing Reagan,” by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, is supposed to be a book of new scholarship on the Reagan presidency. Instead, it restates old claims and rumors, virtually all of which have been discredited by the historical record.

In this best-selling book, there are no endnotes, no bibliography, no long list of interviewees and only a smattering of footnotes. There is a section titled “Sources,” but it is only two-and-a-half pages long. It includes about two dozen sources, but that is not adequate for a subject, Ronald Reagan, who has been the focus of thousands of books and articles and who was one of the most consequential political figures of the 20th century. The works of three of us are not noted at all, and between the four of us, we have written 19 books on Reagan, not to mention countless articles. The sources section does, however, reference long-questionable works, including the sensational 1991 attack by Kitty Kelley — which is clearly incorporated throughout the book — and the 1999 biography by Edmund Morris, roundly criticized for its intermingling of fact and fiction.

To the authors’ credit, the sources section notes the use of excellent archives such as the Reagan Library, the Reagan Ranch Center and the University of Virginia’s Miller Center. And yet, the acknowledgment of those archives is somewhat puzzling, given that the archives make clear that Reagan was a far more hands-on, engaged and all-around deeply involved president than many of the partisan accounts alleged in their unfair caricatures of him in the 1980s. Frankly, we had thought that demeaning, flawed caricature — Reagan as the doodling old fool who spent too much time sleeping at Cabinet meetings and watching old movies — had been permanently put to rest by recent scholarship. Unfortunately, “Killing Reagan” shows that the old misinformation (if not disinformation) still remains with us, like a demon that cannot be exorcised. It regurgitates and resurrects much material that we had thought (and hoped) was dead and done.
President Ronald Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan, seen in 1987. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)
There are small and large mistakes throughout “Killing Reagan.” Repeatedly, Ronald Prescott Reagan is referred to as “Ron Jr,” a minor matter but a revealing one. The book states that Reagan’s radio broadcasts of the late 1970s were once a week, but they were delivered five times a week. There are dozens of Kelley-type references to horoscope readers, astrologers, an imperious Nancy running the country and generally a persistent, clueless and oblivious Ronald Reagan — addle-brained, out of touch, dangerously uninformed. The most common word used to describe Reagan is probably “confused.”

A large part of the storyline refers to the erroneous contention that there was serious consideration about removing Reagan from office via the 25th Amendment after John Hinckley Jr. tried to assassinate him in 1981. What’s so remarkable about the 11 days Reagan spent in the hospital recovering from his wounds is that beyond the standard discussion of temporary presidential disability among some of the president’s closest aides, none of these aides or cabinet members attempted to invoke the 25th Amendment or succession laws. Former Attorney General Ed Meese, who was not interviewed for this book but who served as Reagan’s closest aide and friend for many years, was dismissive of the allegation about the 25th Amendment as utterly and completely false. We four have interviewed Meese often, and some of us have talked to him about this book and its sourcing.

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It speaks volumes that none of the hundreds of former Reagan White House staffers has stepped forward to corroborate the story. Reagan’s national security adviser, Richard V. Allen, told us flatly that “Killing Reagan” is “garbage.” Allen was also there the day Reagan was shot, but again, neither O’Reilly nor Dugard spoke to him. They list only four people interviewed, including Lesley Stahl — a CBS journalist who was not a primary source and who was always extremely dismissive of Reagan’s cognitive abilities.

As far as Reagan’s mental acuity, which this book presents as nose-diving very early in his presidency, only in 1994 did Reagan’s doctors at the Mayo Clinic find evidence of Alzheimer’s, six years after he left office, and they issued a statement at the time stating such. By all accounts, the hundreds of people who interacted with Reagan on a daily basis found a bright, erudite and engaged man.

Among the most scandalizing material in the book are the early sections which show Reagan to be sexually very promiscuous, a callous cad robbing young starlets of their virginity. In the book, his sexual encounters went on not only between marriages but in the early years of his marriage to Nancy — including literally as Nancy was in labor giving birth to their daughter.

In a recent interview with the Daily Caller, O’Reilly answered questions about his sources for lurid statements about Reagan’s use of women. (The book’s publisher did not respond to a request for comment for this article.)

We double-sourced everything with names. We didn’t use any blind sources at all. And it’s all in the book, in the back of the book, where it came from. Everything is there. There really wasn’t any deniability about it. You know, Nancy mentioned it to friends. Friends wrote about it. Friends put their names on it.

But there is no citation in the back of the book. If the source for that section is in the back of the book, then it could be Kitty Kelley, because these are the kind of claims she has made. The book itself does not make the source clear. This kind of shocking material must be clearly sourced.

Elsewhere, O’Reilly states definitively that Nancy was concerned about the 1980 debate with Jimmy Carter, and that she worried “Ronnie would say something foolish.” Yet again, no source is provided. We can state categorically that Nancy was worried about what Carter, with his reputation for meanness, might do to Reagan, but she never worried about what Reagan might do to himself.

There is also this claim from the 1980 campaign, during which a copy of Carter’s debate briefing book came into the Reagan campaign’s possession: “To Nancy, gaining access to Carter’s playbook is a windfall to the Reagan campaign, not a crime.” This is not correct. For one, Nancy knew nothing of the purloined Carter playbook. And Reagan gained no advantage in the debates from the briefing books, because they were never used. As one of us wrote in a 2009 book, they were deemed worthless by Jim Baker and his debate prep team, as all they contained was a recitation of Reagan’s positions on issues. Reagan did not “know in advance how Carter will respond to every question,” as O’Reilly-Dugard mistakenly write. Besides, Carter himself has said the outcome of the debate didn’t damage his campaign.
We do not expect O’Reilly and Dugard to know every detail, but such is the problem with consulting only a very limited number of sources, and citing even fewer.

Finally, the most objectionable claim in the book is also a thematic one. The claim is that there was a White House coup in the making due to Reagan’s supposed inability to do his job. That claim is based on a deeply flawed memo written by James Cannon, an aide to former Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn.), called in late in the Reagan years to clean up the mess created by controversial Chief of Staff Don Regan. In the memo, Cannon claimed that Reagan was “out of it” as of his second term, spending his days bemused in front of a television. (As O’Reilly put it in the Daily Caller interview, “Cannon came in and said, ‘You know what, a lot of days he’s not able to do his job. He doesn’t even come down from the residence. He watches soap operas all day long.’”)

In reality, Regan was being tossed out of the White House for his perceived ineffectiveness in the Reagan administration — for his sizable ego — and he had aides whose loyalty was to him and not Reagan. Cannon put various assessments by some of Regan’s aides in a single, discredited memo. On this single source, O’Reilly and Dugard seem to have based the centrality of the book’s thesis. To the Daily Caller, O’Reilly called it the “centerpiece of the book.”

Who discredited the memo? Cannon himself, as he related in the 1988 book “Landslide,” by Jane Mayer and Doyle McManus. He doubled back after writing the memo, saying Reagan was fit as a fiddle.

Perhaps Donald Regan’s henchmen had exaggerated the president’s frailties, [Cannon] thought. Perhaps they were trying to justify an internal coup… Could the president they described — the inattentive, incurious man who watched television rather than attend to the affairs of state — be the same as the genial, charming man across the table? What the hell is going on here? Cannon wondered. The old fella looks just dandy.

The O’Reilly-Dugard treatment also continually fails to balance such claims with more recent information that has since repeatedly invalidated the original bad sources.

And alas, the book concludes with a mysterious line stating that “there are those who contend” that the ghost of Ronald Reagan today haunts his ranch. Most of us have been to the ranch many times, and we’ve never heard this tale. We checked with the Reagan Ranch Center itself. The staff is likewise perplexed with this claim. They referred us to an odd article that appeared “out of the blue” in L.A. Weekly about 10 years ago, titled “The Gipper’s Ghost,” but otherwise have no knowledge of any supernatural activity. “No one with any credibility has ever attested to this,” the ranch told us. In many ways, this enigmatic anecdote is a fitting capstone to “Killing Reagan” and its shortcomings: Sure, “sources” can be found for this Reagan “ghost” story. But that does not mean that the sources — or the book — are worthwhile.

Wild Thing's comment............

I am NO fan of Bill not even a little so I not surprised at this about his horrible book.I wish FOX would get fire him.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:48 AM

October 12, 2015

'Homeland' Speech Tells it Like it Is About ISIS

'Homeland' Speech Tells it Like it Is About ISIS

CIA agent Peter Quinn delivers a speech that stands out as uncommon sense on a show that has largely wallowed in moral equivalence between the West and Islamic terrorism.

Quinn (played by Rupert Friend) is introduced to a room of important people as an agent on the ground in Syria for two years, including Al-Raqqah, the de facto capitol of the Islamic State. When asked if our side's strategy is working, Quinn asks, "What strategy?" No one is able to answer him, and Quinn points out that therein lies the problem. ISIS has a strategy which includes beheadings, crucifixions, and the revival of slavery, and it all derives from "their f*cking book, the only book they ever read."

"They're there for one reason and one reason only," he continues, "to die for the Caliphate and usher in a world without infidels. That's their strategy and it's been that way since the 7th century."

Asked what he would do, Quinn suggests 200,000 soldiers on the ground and an equal number of doctors and teachers. Told that that is not feasible and asked for another solution, Quinn says, "Hit reset -- pound Raqqah into a parking lot."

Wild Thing's comment...........

I know it is a TV show and Nick and I watch it, but this speech is amazing how close it is to reality.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:45 AM

July 18, 2015

Rush: We Send Our Military to These "Hell Holes" Around The World And They Come Home And Get Killed Because of a Gun-Free Zone

Rush: We Send Our Military to These "Hell Holes" Around The World And They Come Home And Get Killed Because of a Gun-Free Zone

"It burns me!"..."We don't even let them protect themselves"
These guys are highly trained in the use of firearms and we have these silly gun-free zones

Wild Thing's comment.........

Exactly Rush it is a stupid law and they should stop it now, not one more day with this crap.

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May 08, 2015

‘We Don’t Compromise America’s Bedrock Principles’: Megyn Kelly Delivers Passionate Free Speech Monologue

‘We Don’t Compromise America’s Bedrock Principles’: Megyn Kelly Delivers Passionate Free Speech Monologue

Fox News host Megyn Kelly delivered a passionate monologue Thursday evening about free speech in the wake of a controversial “draw Muhammad” event that has stirred debate nationwide.

“We don’t compromise America’s bedrock principles just to make other nations like us more,” Kelly said.

Two suspects were fatally shot Sunday after opening fire outside the venue of the “draw Muhammad” cartoon contest. A recruiter for the Islamic State was thought to have been in contact with one of the individuals before the shooting.

The Fox News host came out strongly this week in support of free speech, contending one doesn’t have to support the organizer of the cartoon contest to support the right to host it.

“The bottom line here is that some in this country have been so busy trying to figure out how to avoid causing any religion any offense they have forgotten what is offensive to Americans: those who would trample on our core ideals,” Kelly said.
“In America we stand for liberty and freedom to offend, to provoke, to persuade and to defy,” she concluded.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Love it, good for Megyn.

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April 01, 2015

Questions So Stupid Only MSNBC Would Ask Them

Questions So Stupid Only MSNBC Would Ask Them

Last week, MSNBC fill-in host Ari Melber’s way to push back on a guest’s offensive comment that “nothing says let’s go kill some Muslims like country music” was to ask meekly, “There’s plenty of country music that doesn’t have that message, right?” It doesn’t stop there.

Asking whether ISIS had “taken it one step too far” after burning a pilot alive, pondering disarming police officers and petitioning a sitting Attorney General to quack like a duck are all things that have actually happened on MSNBC. Also, “Why was traffic problems email sent?” Verbatim.

Wild Thing's comment...........

Amazing and they get paid a salary for being so stupid.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM

March 01, 2015

Mark Levin Gave the Best Speech of all at CPAC 2015

Mark Levin gave the Best Speech of all at CPAC 2015

Mark Levin speaking at CPAC 2015. Mark listed the ways in which Barack Obama has violated the Constitution, addressing grievances against Obama directly:

1. “You have violated the Separation of Powers.”

2.”You have seized unto yourself Legislative Power granted unto the Congress alone.”

3. “You have unilaterally appropriated monies to fund your radical agenda.”

4. “You have contravened Congress’ authority over Immigration and Naturalization.”

5. “You repeatedly defy the Senate’s confirmation power over your appointments.”

6. “You have poisoned the independence of the Judiciary by appointing scores of radical activists to lifetime judicial appointments.”

7. “You have repeatedly evaded the Senate’s role in the adoption of treaties.”

8. “You’ve shown nothing but contempt for the Bill of Rights.”

9. “You’ve shown nothing but contempt for private property rights and free market Capitalism.”

10. “You have nationalized to destroy the greatest Healthcare System on the face of the Earth.”

11. “You have recklessly destroyed the fiscal well-being of this nation with wild spending schemes, driving up the Federal operating debt to $18.5 Trillion and unfunded liabilities to over $100 Trillion.”

12. “You have directed Federal Departments, like the EPA, to unleash thousands of regulations. . . “

13. “You have driven the median-income of Americans down. . . “

14. “You have used the Office of the President to balkanize the American People along lines of race, gender, age and income. . . “

15. “You have showed contempt for our military. . . “

16. “You have failed to take necessary steps to confront Islamic Naziism. . .”

17. “You have undermined our friend Israel to the detriment of our security.”

Wild Thing's comment...............

Mark was fantastic and all the republicans should listen to it!! It is well worth the time to watch it I promise.

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January 27, 2015

Gary Sinise Goes After Howard Dean For Insulting American Sniper Moviegoers

Gary Sinise Goes After Howard Dean For Insulting American Sniper Moviegoers

Actor Gary Sinise, a longtime supporter of American servicemen and women, took to Twitter to denounce former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean’s Friday night attack on the moviegoers that have made American Sniper a massive hit.

On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the former Vermont Governor charged that the people going to see the blockbuster movie “are very angry” and added: “I bet if you looked at a cross-section of the Tea Party and the people who go see this movie, there’s a lot of intersection.”

To which Sinise responded: “I saw American Sniper and would not consider myself to be an angry person. You certainly have a right to make stupid blanket statements, suggesting that all people who see this film are angry, but how is that helpful sir?”

Sinise, in a full letter published on, added: “Do you also suggest that everyone at Warner Brothers is angry because they released the film? That Clint Eastwood, Jason Hall, Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller and the rest of the cast and crew are angry because they made the film? Chris Kyle’s story deserved to be told. It tells a story of the stress that multiple deployments have on one military family, a family representative of thousands of military families. It helps to communicate the toll that the war on terror has taken on our defenders. Defenders and families who need our support. I will admit that perhaps somewhere among the masses of people who are going to see the film there may be a few that might have some anger or have been angry at some point in their lives, but, with all due respect, what the hell are you talking about?”

Wild Thing's comment.......

Good for Gary Sinise. He does a lot to support our troops and Veterans.

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January 09, 2015

Dish Loses 90,000 Subscribers and More To Come After Removing Fox News, Fox Business

Dish Loses 90,000 Subscribers After Removing Fox News, Fox Business

Less than one month after Dish Network pulled the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network from its platform, over 90,000 of its customers have cancelled their subscriptions in favor of other television providers, according to a Fox News executive.

Tim Carry, Fox News’ executive vice president for distribution, told Multi Channel Wednesday about 90,000 subscribers have cancelled their Dish subscriptions as a consequence of the television giant pulling the channels. “We think they’ve lost about 90,000 subscribers over the past two weeks tied to Fox News,” Carry said.

Carry added that a total of 350,000 have called Fox or visited the section of their website that gives viewers in their coverage area options for alternative cable or satellite providers that offers Fox News and Fox Business.

Dish originally pulled the news outlets from its 14 million subscribers just before midnight on December 20 because of an ongoing contract dispute.

Wild Thing's comment.........

We have Direct TV and love it. I feel badly for all those people that counted on DISH to provide FOX news for them.

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January 05, 2015

Laura Ingraham: Mike Huckabee Is Not Going to Be President

Laura on FNS: "I like Mike (Huckabee) a lot, I think he’s really strong. But he would probably do better serving conservatism if he had run for one of the two open Senate seats in Arkansas over the last several years. He decided not to do that, and had a great show on Fox. But the idea that Mike Huckabee is going to be President of the United States? I’ll predict that that’s not going to happen”

Wild Thing's comment..........

I agree with Laura on this.

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January 03, 2015

Love Charles!!! Charles Krauthammer New Year's resolution

Charles Krauthammer New Year's resolution

Wild Thing's comment............

LOL I love Charles, he is such a good man and funny too.

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December 19, 2014

Michelle Malkin and a Big No for Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush: The U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Waterboy

Michelle Malkin

Dec 17, 2014

Allow me to unite America's left, right and center in just three words: No, Jeb, No.

Former GOP Florida governor Jeb Bush made the obvious official this week when he announced on Facebook that he's "actively exploring" a 2016 White House run. Of course, he's running. That's what inveterate politicians do.

Well, I hate to break it to Jeb Inc. There's no popular groundswell for Bush Part III. None, zip, nada. Independents, progressives and conservatives are all weary of the entrenched bipartisan dynasties that rule Washington and ruin America. Only in the hallowed bubble of D.C. and New York City elites does a Jeb Bush presidential bid make any sense.

Jeb's indulgent (and ultimately doomed) enterprise has three privileged constituencies: Big Business, Big Government and Big Media. This iron triumvirate explains how the failed campaigns of so-called "pragmatic," "thoughtful" and "moooooderate" liberal Republican candidates such as John McCain, Jon Huntsman and Bob Dole ever got off the ground. The "Reasonable Republican," anointed and enabled by the statist Big Three, serves as a useful tool for bashing conservatives and marginalizing conservatism.

For Republicans who argue that Jeb is the most "electable" choice, I ask: What planet are you on? After two disastrous terms of Barack Obama's Hope and Change Theater, the last thing the Republican Party needs is an establishment poster child for Washington business as usual. I mean, really? A third Bush who's been working for his dad, his dad's friends or the government since 1980?

A Beltway-ensconced scion so chummy with the Clinton family that he awarded close family friend -- and potential 2016 nemesis -- Hillary a "Liberty Medal" last year as chairman of the National Constitution Center?

That's the GOP donor bigwigs' "fresh idea" for "American Renewal?"

To blunt criticism from the grassroots base on the right, Jeb's cheerleaders at the Wall Street Journal cite his "conservative" gubernatorial record of cutting taxes and privatizing jobs. So we're supposed to swoon when a GOP governor acts like he's supposed to act on standard, bread-and-butter GOP issues? Whoop-de-doo.

One thing Jeb's promoters won't be emphasizing: Over the course of his eight years in the Florida governor's mansion, government spending skyrocketed. The libertarian Cato Institute notes that Florida general fund spending "increased from $18.0 billion to $28.2 billion during those eight years, or 57 percent" and that "(t)otal state spending increased from $45.6 billion to $66.1 billion, or 45 percent."

Like big-spending father, like big-spending big brother, like big-spending second son and lil' brother.

I have another interpretation of Bush's "conservative" Florida years: It's called biding his time. Yes, Jeb put in his obligatorily GOP service on taxes and the Second Amendment. Not because he was wedded to deep-rooted principles, mind you. But because the "conservative" facade will come in handy during the primaries when he has to defend radical, divisive positions on his two defining national policy issues: Education and immigration.

Jeb Bush's agenda is neither left nor right. His agenda is the agenda of the D.C. headquarters of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Remember: The chamber is a politically entrenched synod of bipartisan special interests. As I've said before, these fat cats do not represent the best interests of American entrepreneurs, American workers, American parents and students or Americans of any race, class or age who believe in low taxes and limited government.

The chamber's business is the big business of the Beltway, not the business of mainstream America. And so is Jeb Bush's.

The Chamber supports mass amnesty for cheap, illegal alien workers. Jeb Bush supports mass legalization of cheap, illegal alien workers and accuses those of us who oppose it on constitutional, sovereignty, security and fairness grounds of lacking "compassion."

The Chamber supports the top-down, privacy-undermining, local autonomy-sabotaging Common Core racket. Jeb Bush spearheaded and profited from Common Core -- and accuses those of us who oppose it of opposing academic excellence for our own children. Jeb's problem isn't just Common Core. It's that he has no core. Instead of retreating from the costly federalized scheme that has alienated teachers, administrators and parents of all backgrounds, Bush has doubled down with his Fed Ed control freak allies and corporate donors.

The reign of Obama ushered in massive cronyism, corporate favoritism and Boomtown boondoggles galore. We've lived too long already under the boot of arrogant D.C. bureaucrats who've exploited their power to serve their friends.

No more business as usual: Stop Jeb Bush.

Wild Thing's comment......

Michelle Malkin just kicked Jeb Bush in the butt .

I am glad she wrote this, I am not a fan of Jeb Bush and never have been. She states it very well the reasons she is not supporting him.

The Bushes have already had two bites at the apple,.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM | Comments (1)

November 09, 2014

Election Night Ratings: Fox News Annihilates Everyone, Including Broadcast Nets

Election Night Ratings: Fox News Annihilates Everyone, Including Broadcast Nets

Fox News obliterated its cable news competition during Tuesday night's election coverage, and did so by humiliating margins. However, co-hosts Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier not only vanquished CNN and MSNBC into oblivion, the dynamic duo also beat their broadcast network competition

According to Nielsen Media Research, Fox News Channel beat CNN, MSNBC, CBS, NBC and ABC's coverage in both total viewers and in the 25-to-54-year-old demographic.

Co-anchored by Bret Baier and Megyn Kelly, the channel's election coverage averaged 6.3 million viewers during prime time.

CNN was the second most watched news network, with 2.1 million viewers during prime time. MSNBC came in third with about 1.7 million viewers.

Basically, Fox News not only beat CNN and MSNBC combined, Fox almost doubled the combined viewership of its left-wing cable competition.

This is no surprise. Bret Baier hosts "Special Report," which has been the finest newscast found anywhere and in any format since Brit Hume launched it in 1998, and Megyn Kelly is the biggest star in news, cable or otherwise.

Meanwhile, over at CNN you had Wolf Blitzer co-anchoring -- a man America was already tired of in 1995 -- while Jake Tapper (who should've been front and center) was relegated to sometimes anchor/contributor status. If I knew anything about sports, I would end this paragraph with an awesome metaphor.

Co-anchoring MSNBC was Chris Matthews, who's so played out even his meltdowns have lost their kick.

Wild Thing's comment......

We switched over to CNN just to peek at what they were dong and they had horrible pounding music in the background making it almost impossible to hear them speak.l LOL

Then we went back to FOX.

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June 21, 2014

CAIR Demands TV Critics Monitor New FX Show “Tyrant” For Islamophobia

CAIR Demands TV Critics Monitor New FX Show “Tyrant” For Islamophobia

Los Angeles Times

A Muslim advocacy group is asking that critics reviewing FX’s upcoming drama “Tyrant” address possible stereotyping of Arab and Muslim culture.

Leaders for the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which calls itself the nation’s largest Muslim civil rights and advocacy organization, made the request after attending a screening of the pilot in Washington, D.C.

“In the pilot of FX’s ‘Tyrant,’ Arab Muslim culture is devoid of any redeeming qualities and is represented by terrorists, murderous children, rapists, corrupt billionaires and powerless female victims,” said CAIR National Communications Director Ibrahim Hooper. “In ‘Tyrant,’ even the ‘good’ Arab Muslims are bad.”

The group had earlier asked for a meeting with network officials to discuss potential stereotypes in the series.

“Tyrant,” which debuts Tuesday, is about an unassuming American family drawn into the workings of a turbulent Middle East nation: “Bassam ‘Barry’ Al Fayeed, the younger son of the dictator of a war-torn nation, ends a self-imposed 20-year exile to return to his homeland, accompanied by his American wife and children, for his nephew’s wedding. Barry’s reluctant homecoming leads to a dramatic clash of culture as he is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth.”

Wild Thing's comment........

We plan on watching it, it looks interesting.

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May 16, 2014

Rush Limbaugh’s first children’s book, “Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims,” earned him the Author of the Year award from the Children’s Book Council - Congratulations!

Rush Limbaugh’s first children’s book, “Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims,” earned him the Author of the Year award from the Children’s Book Council

Limbaugh’s book has touched a lot of readers.

RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, you are listening to your harmless, lovable, little fuzzball host, Rush Limbaugh, well-known radio raconteur bon vivant, and now children’s book Author of the Year. The awards were handed out last night by the Children’s Book Council, and I want to take a moment here to thank everyone in the audience, particularly the young people who voted. This is an award where the readers determine the winners.

Kathryn and I flew up after the program yesterday to New York for the awards banquet, the event. This is the seventh annual. It’s relatively new, and it’s combined with the children’s literacy project, and what a great evening. It was a wonderful event, and I had, honestly, to make sure you understand, no expectation of winning this thing. When they announced my name I was momentarily frozen. We were sitting in the front row with a couple people from Simon & Schuster, the well known publishing house. Mitchell Ivers and Jean Anne Rose, they were there with us. It was just a really, really nice event.

“American history is profound,” Rush said Thursday. “The people who came here originally — discovered, founded, explored, built this country — are some of the most incredible people who’ve ever lived. And they are worth knowing. What they did is worth understanding and appreciating. And that’s the objective of these books.”

Wild Thing's comment............

Huge Congratulations to you ElRushbo.

I have both of his children books and they are wonderful. I wish they would use them in schools for the younger children.

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February 22, 2014

MARK LEVIN: A look back at the attacks on Reagan, how they are similar to attacks on conservatives today

MARK LEVIN: A look back at the attacks on Reagan, how they are similar to attacks on conservatives today
Mark Levin gives a great history lesson on the attacks aimed at Ronald Reagan by establishment-type Republicans, who called him extreme and said he couldn’t win. Similar attacks are now being leveled at conservatives like Ted Cruz from the same Republican types who were wrong the first time.

Wild Thing;'s comment............

Thank you Mark Levin.

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Federal Communications Commission announced Friday it is putting on hold Government Monitors In Newsrooms

Federal Communications Commission announced Friday it is putting on hold Government Monitors In Newsrooms

FOX news

The Federal Communications Commission announced Friday that it was putting on hold a controversial study of American newsrooms, after complaints from Republican lawmakers and media groups that the project was too intrusive.

FCC spokeswoman Shannon Gilson said Chairman Tom Wheeler agreed with critics that some of the study’s proposed questions for reporters and news directors “may not have been appropriate.”

The agency announced that a proposed pilot study in South Carolina will be shelved, at least until a “new study design” is finalized. But the agency made clear that any future studies will not involve interviews with “media owners, news directors or reporters.”

Wild Thing's comment..........

Good riddance!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

February 21, 2014

Krauthammer: Obama's FCC Newsroom Study Latest ‘Trample on What Rights are Remaining’

Krauthammer: FCC Newsroom Study Latest ‘Trample on What Rights are Remaining’

Charles Krauthammer commented on the latest move by the Obama administration to control the media.

“As if the IRS, and the EPA, and NLRB haven’t done enough damage, the FCC now has to trample on what rights are remaining.”

Wild Thing's comment.........

Notice how every single thing that exists in our country Obama wants to take control over and dictate to.

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February 01, 2014

Jay Cuddles Lion Cub - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Jay Cuddles Lion Cub - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno

Wild Thing's comment..........

LOL so cute. Jay Leno loves cats and has a wonderful domestic cat, a black and white one that he sometimes has in funny skits he does.

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January 25, 2014

Rush Limbaugh Responds to Obama: “I Continue to Live Rent Free in His Head” (Video)

Rush Limbaugh Responds to Obama: “I Continue to Live Rent Free in His Head”

Once again Barack Obama blamed FOX News and Rush Limbaugh for his dismal ratings. Obama told the New Yorker it was FOX and Rush Limbaugh’s fault he is sinking in the polls.

RUSH: Well, ladies and gentlemen, it looks like I continue to live rent free in the head of the president, Barack Obama. It seems that the New Yorker has just posted more from their 18-page Obama interview. I don’t know if the whole thing has been on the Internet. I didn’t read the whole thing. It may have been up there all the time. But here is what the president said, the New Yorker interview with David Remnick that they have just posted.

“Another way of putting it, I guess, is that the issue has been the inability of my message to penetrate the Republican base so that they feel persuaded that I’m not the caricature that you see on Fox News or Rush Limbaugh, but I’m somebody who is interested in solving problems and is pretty practical, and that, actually, a lot of the things that we’ve put in place worked better than people might think. And as long as there’s that gap between perceptions of me within the average Republican primary voter and the reality, it’s hard for folks like John Boehner to move too far in my direction.”

So it’s me again, and Fox News. We are the reason Obama can’t advance his agenda, because Boehner is afraid to move too close to Obama because I have made you — along with Fox News has made you — think Obama is something that he isn’t. And it’s such a shame. I have so distorted who the real Obama is in your mind, that it is paralyzing our government. It is paralyzing the Speaker of the House, who really, really, really, really wants to go in there and really, really work with Obama, but he just can’t. It’s hard for people like Boehner to move too far in my direction because of the misperception of me, Obama says, created by Fox News and Rush Limbaugh.

And greetings, my friends. Welcome. Great to have you. We’re here for another three hours of broadcast excellence here at the distinguished and special Limbaugh Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies. The telephone number if you’d like to be on the program is 800-282-2882. The e-mail address,

We have polling news all over the place today, and we have some data, some actual data that is not polling news, actual results. For example, Quinnipiac poll has Obama way under 50% all over the place. By the way, this is a poll that’s sympathetic to the president. They’ve got his job approval at 40%. Economic policy approval at 39%. Obamacare approval at 36%. In the Quinnipiac poll 77% say the economy is not so good or poor. Forty-nine percent say that Obama is dishonest, and that is the majority in that category. Fifty-three percent say the Obama Regime is incompetent.

So I guess Fox News and I are having a robust time here in getting the truth out about the Regime and the president. You look at that poll, and looks like we’ve succeeded here. In what? Having the truth finally understood. It’s only taken five years. Five years of steady effort.

Wild Thing's comment............

Good for you Rush. Obama grow up you freak communist. WE hate you and we don't need rusj or FOX news to tell us to, we do it on our very own.

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January 19, 2014

Federal Appeals Court Rules Bloggers Have First Amendment Protections

Federal Appeals Court Rules Bloggers Have First Amendment Protections

FOX News

The Obama regime seems to believe that they have the right to dictate who qualifies as a “journalist”, and seem to argue that only “real” journalists (translate MSM) qualifies for journalistic or First Amendment protections.

Ah no, and this case could have legal ramifications that could help all bloggers against such minimization of their rights by this regime.

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that bloggers and the public have the same First Amendment protections as journalists when sued for defamation: If the issue is of public concern, plaintiffs have to prove negligence to win damages.

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ordered a new trial in a defamation lawsuit brought by an Oregon bankruptcy trustee against a Montana blogger who wrote online that the court-appointed trustee criminally mishandled a bankruptcy case.

The appeals court ruled that the trustee was not a public figure, which could have invoked an even higher standard of showing the writer acted with malice, but the issue was of public concern, so the negligence standard applied.

Gregg Leslie of the Reporters Committee for the Freedom of the Press said the ruling affirms what many have long argued: Standards set by a 1974 U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Gertz v. Robert Welch Inc., apply to everyone, not just journalists.

“It’s not a special right to the news media,” he said. “So it’s a good thing for bloggers and citizen journalists and others.”

Wild Thing's comment.................

Obama cannot be happy about this ruling.

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January 12, 2014

CNN Chief Pathetic Sniveling,Jeff Zucker to Republicans: Drop Dead

CNN to Republicans: Drop Dead

CNN Chief Jeff Zucker might not be very good at getting ratings for his Nielsens-challenged network, but he’s great at hurling insults. On Friday, Zucker tried to diminish both the Republican Party and Fox News by alleging that the GOP is being run out of Fox.

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was having none of it, firing back at Zucker to let him know that Fox News is not the GOP's mouthpiece. "Hey Jeff Zucker, we're the Republican Party and we speak for ourselves, pal," Priebus tweeted. "Have a great weekend."

At a Television Critics Association event on Friday, Zucker alleged that "the Republican Party is being run out of News Corp. headquarters masquerading as a cable news channel" without acknowledging that he runs a network that accused former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin of being responsible for the attempted murder of Gabby Giffords without any evidence whatsoever. CNN has been repeatedly called out for its left-leaning biases that masquerade as "objective" news, which is why the network's primetime ratings hit a 20-year low last year.

It’s an interesting strategy Zucker has: trash the Republican Party and, by extension, all Republicans.

Though Zucker tried to paint Fox as a network that shills for Republicans, Americans do not think so, as more Democrats and independents watch Fox News than CNN and MSNBC. In addition, though Americans once went en masse to CNN to get information about breaking news, that is not the case anymore. Fox News regularly outpaced CNN in ratings when breaking news or tragedies--like the Boston Marathon Bombing--consumed the news cycle last year.

Indeed, it’s little wonder that CNN is no longer the go-to place for breaking news, now that celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has proven to be the hottest show on the channel. If you want big news on the local cuisine of Bolivia, CNN is on it. But if you want news about, well, news, try Fox. Meanwhile, as we know, MSNBC is now All About Rachel Maddow; no news there, either.

These factors led The Hollywood Reporter to declare that Roger Ailes and Fox News had won the cable news wars.

That’s why CNN has been rocked with reports that though the network wants a primetime shakeup due to its moribund ratings, it cannot even find effective hosts from within, as hosts like Piers Morgan have doubled-down on their liberal causes like increased gun control. Yet, Zucker maintained that CNN was the most objective news outlet.

"There is no network covering American news as seriously and substantially as CNN," Zucker said.

Despite Zucker's claims of seriousness, CNN's reporters have asked President Barack Obama "essential" things like what his New Year's resolution was at a White House press briefing. Critics have described the network as stale, without a voice, and catering to the media and D.C. elite that most of the country dislikes.

In fact, nearly every commentator on CNN—from Republicans like Ana Navarro to Democrats like Paul Begala, all speaking for the "No Labels" or "St. Albans” crowd in Washington—are hardly distinguishable anymore. They all represent the same, smug “Boomtown” mindset. The sort of Navarro Republicans—yes, you, too, Lindsey Graham!—who don’t care if Zucker trashes the GOP; indeed, in swanky Georgetown salons, they might well be agreeing with the “enlightened” criticisms of the GOP.

In many ways, CNN and its hosts are facing the same criticism that Meet the Press and its host, David Gregory, are dealing with as Meet the Press's ratings have precipitously tanked since the show has acted a mouthpiece for those in the permanent political class like Republican Mike Murphy and Democrat Bob Shrum.

"MSNBC has [already] announced they're out of the news business," Ailes told The Hollywood Reporter in an interview that was published this week. "They have several different hosts, but it's always the same show: Republicans are no good.”

Ailes said that "[Zucker] had a big hit with a whale one night [the documentary Blackfish]. I guess he's going to do whales a lot." The Fox News chief was merely responding to Zucker's own admission from an interview in November in which he said that the network would be moving away from news and to "a variety of unscripted formats, including other travel shows, and 'immersive' nonfiction programs."

But Zucker started to walk back those remarks on Friday, saying CNN wanted to be "essential" in its news coverage.

Perhaps Zucker changed his tune because CNN's non-news programming has tanked as well when the shows have not been about whales. CNN's sports show, Unguarded, has achieved dismal ratings. CNN's New Year's Eve programming with the raunchy Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper also hit a five-year low in ratings and dropped 40% from the year before. That’s a steep drop. If Zucker were smart, he would accept his fate and go with the food safaris and whale documentaries. Yes, he would go down in history as the man who made CNN “The most powerful name in-non news,” but at least he’d pull a rating.

In the meantime, however, any Republican who tunes into CNN ought to know that he or she is gazing into the face of an avowed enemy.

Wild Thing's comment..............

What a sniveling, jealous, cry baby. You really see how immature, spiteful, and classless these fools are when they can't compete.

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October 12, 2013

Mark Levin at the “Values Voter Summit”: We Need to “Take our Country Back” by “Embracing the Constitution”

Mark Levin at the “Values Voter Summit”: We Need to “Take our Country Back” by “Embracing the Constitution”; “We are Unmoored from the Rule of Law”

Here is complete video of the great Mark Levin speaking today at the “2013 Values Voter Summit” in Washington. Levin was interviewed by Tony Perkins about his outstanding book “The Liberty Amendments.” Mark said what he wants to do is lead Americans to “take our country back” by “embracing the Constitution.”

Wild Thing's comment...........

God bless Mark Levin.

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October 08, 2013

Opener of Megyn Kelly's New Show, First Guest Ted Cruz


Ted Cruz Gets the First Interview on 'The Kelly File' ( Here is the opener of Megyn Kelly's new show:)

Ted Cruz: Obama is AWOL on the budget negotiations...

Wild Thing's comment............

Congratulations Megyn on your new show and new time.

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September 26, 2013

Mark Levin: Ted Cruz Has Hit A Nerve. No Wonder They Fear This Man

Mark Levin: Ted Cruz Has Hit A Nerve. No Wonder They Fear This Man.

Wild Thing's comment...........

Awesome remarks from Mark Levin.

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Rush Limbaugh: Ted Cruz Is Fighting For Freedom In The Greatest Tradition Of The American Freedom Fighters - video

RUSH: So Harry Reid wants to play the role of Grim Reaper, and he did. He looked just like the Grim Reaper. He walked in there and he shut Ted Cruz down at 12 noon. And that is after asking Ted Cruz to yield for a question from McCrazy -- uh, McCain, for 15 minutes. They wanted McCain to get in there and start debating party politics. But Cruz would have none of it. He shredded the guy from Illinois. I'm having a mental block. Yeah, Dick "Turban." He shredded Turban even after 20 hours of this. You know, folks, I could go for 21 more hours just with the health care stack that we've got today, about the absolute disaster this is.

It's not theater. This is real. This is about freedom. I know to a lot of people that sounds corny. "Freedom, come on, Rush, our freedom isn't threatened." Oh, but it is

It's precisely what Obamacare is all about, the loss of individual freedom, the loss of free markets.

RUSH continued......Ted Cruz is fighting for freedom in the greatest tradition of American freedom fighters.

Ted Cruz was doing exactly what he was elected to do. Ted Cruz was elected in Texas to do exactly what he did in this filibuster, and, by the way, what he has been doing since he arrived. He's one Republican who is doing exactly what he was elected to do.

Rush Limbaugh Interviews Ted Cruz After Epic 21 Hour Filibuster [FULL]

RUSH: Senator Cruz, we welcome you to the EIB microphone and the program. It's great to have you here, sir.

CRUZ: Rush, it's fantastic to be with you.

RUSH: I have to tell you, I've had so many people... I've been off the past couple of days, but, while this has been going on, I've had so many people e-mail me so uplifted by what you did in the last 21 hours and what you did leading up to it. So many people are so happy that there finally is some leadership. They're so happy that, finally, somebody is doing in Washington what they were elected to do, what they said they were going to do. And I just wanted to say, before we started: I'm sure you're hearing much the same thing, but I wanted you to know that, while you're getting all these arrows as pioneers do, there's a lot of appreciation and a lot of love for what you're doing out there.

CRUZ: Well, Rush, thank you so much. Thank you for that encouragement, and thank you for your leadership. You know, I really hope that over the course of this week we'll see more and more Republicans step forward. We had quite a few Republicans come down to the floor and support the effort, and I hope we'll see as many Republicans as possible, and even some Democrats, come together and listen to the American people. As you know... Every week, you talk to 20 million Americans. You know where the American people are on this, and it's not a close call. Obamacare isn't working and millions of Americans are hurting, and if the Senate just listened to the American people, we'll do the right thing and we'll vote to defund it.

Full transcript of interview just click here.

Wild Thing's comment.............

Loved the interview and so glad Rush was able to have Cruz on his show so quickly.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

September 18, 2013

FOX News announces new prime-time lineup

FOX News announces new prime-time lineup

The Fox News Channel’s new evening programming schedule will premiere on Oct. 7, with another show joining what is already cable news’ top-rated lineup.

“On the Record” with Greta Van Sustren will air at 7 p.m. ET,

followed by “The O’Reilly Factor,” continuing in its 8 p.m. slot.

Megyn Kelly then debuts her new show, “The Kelly File,” at 9 p.m.,

followed immediately by “Hannity” at 10 p.m.

Chief News Anchor and Managing Editor Shepard Smith will be available throughout to insert the latest breaking news via the FOX News Deck.

The evening’s new entrant, “The Kelly File” will focus on late-breaking news stories and in-depth investigative reporting. The show will air in a live format, embrace a stronger social media presence, and will capitalize on Kelly’s skills as a former litigator. The spot is a new venture for Kelly, who previously hosted “America Live” during the day.

“In 2003, I was an unhappy lawyer, and made a decision to change my life,” Kelly said in a statement. “Ten years later, I've been able to do that thanks in large part to Roger Ailes, a boss who always gives me the same directive: ‘Be yourself and have fun.’”

Van Susteren is excited by her move to an earlier time. "After 11-and-a-half years number one at 10 p.m. and driving home near midnight, I am 'to the moon thrilled’ at a new challenge (and a new drive! Half the year I won't even need headlights!)."

Immediately following “On the Record,” “The O’Reilly Factor” will continue to air at 8 p.m., uncovering news items from the established wisdom, operating against the grain of more traditional interview style programs. O’Reilly has had the number one cable news program since 2001.

Sean Hannity, meanwhile, is looking forward to the change in his time slot. “I am very happy to be moving to 10 p.m.. The ability to be live or on tape greatly increases the flexibility of the show and offers me, after 17 years, the opportunity to be home at night with my family.”

Ailes, FOX News Chairman and CEO, said with the top 13 shows in cable news, “FOX News already redefined prime-time viewing to extend well beyond the antiquated 8-11 p.m. format. We’ve developed a deep bench of engaging and thought-provoking personalities that have grown with FOX News as it has evolved into the most influential and successful cable network in television. These changes will enable the network to continue setting the industry standard for years to come.”

Wild Thing's comment............

"The Five " at 5:00 will stay the same as well as"Special Report" with Bret Baier show at 6:00 stays the same.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

July 20, 2013

Fox News continues to dominate both CNN and MSNBC

Fox News continues to dominate both CNN and MSNBC

Fox News continues to dominate both CNN and MSNBC; beating both left-wing networks combined, but post-Zimmerman on Wednesday, TV By the Numbers reports that CNN total day numbers dropped to 430,000 (beating MSNBC by only 37,000) and lost to MSNBC during the all-important primetime hours by a large margin, 734,000 to 575,000.

In primetime, only Jake Tapper beat his MSNBC competition. Wolf Blitzer, Erin Burnett, Anderson Cooper, and Piers Morgan all lost -- in some cases, by large numbers.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I hope FOX keeps being good and the rest can fight over each other how bad they are.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:40 AM

July 10, 2013

Elisabeth Hasselbeck Leaves 'The View' for Fox News Channel

The longtime panelist will officially depart the ABC daytime series at the end of the season, starting a new job co-hosting the cable network's daily "FOX & Friends."

The cable news network announced Tuesday that The View panelist will depart her ABC series and make the move to cable this fall

ELISABETH Hasselbeck is leaving “The View” and joining Fox News’ morning show “FOX and Friends” as a co-host, Page Six has exclusively confirmed.

After much speculation, conservative co-host Hasselbeck is following Barbara Walters and Joy Behar out of the ABC daytime talk show.

She will join Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade on the Fox couch in mid-September.

FOX News Chairman & CEO Roger Ailes announced, “Elisabeth’s warm and engaging personality made her a star on “The View”. She has proven to be an excellent conversationalist and I am certain she will make a great addition to our already successful morning franchise.”

Wild Thing's comment.................

I think she will do great, and I bet she will like it a lot more then being on "The View".

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM

February 24, 2013

Juan Williams: Liberal media will ‘shut you down, stab you, kill you, fire you’ if you disagree

Fox News political analyst and “Special Report” panelist Juan Williams said in an interview with The Daily Caller’s Ginni Thomas that mainstream media outlets “stab” and “kill” dissenting voices.

Williams was fired from National Public Radio in 2010 after saying he sometimes gets “nervous” when seated on an airplane with Muslims, while making a broader point about the importance of religious tolerance.

“I always thought it was the Archie Bunkers of the world, the right wingers of world, who were more resistant and more closed-minded about hearing the other side,” he said. “In fact, what I have learned is, in a very painful way — and I can open this shirt and show you the scars and the knife wounds — is that it is big media institutions who are identifiably more liberal to left-leaning who will shut you down, stab you and kill you, fire you, if they perceive that you are not telling the story in the way that they want it told.”

Wild Thing's comment...............

Juan is learning little by little the huge difference we all have always known about the media.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:48 AM

February 22, 2013

Rush: ‘For The First Time In My Life, I Am Ashamed Of My Country’ ~ I agree, I feel the same way!

Rush: ‘For The First Time In My Life, I Am Ashamed Of My Country’

‘To have our common sense and intelligence insulted the way—It just makes me ashamed’

‘My days of being roped into this are over’ (First hour of the Rush Limbaugh program)

“Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time in my life, I am ashamed of my country. To be watching all of this, to be treated like this, to have our common sense and intelligence insulted the way it’s being insulted? It just makes me ashamed. Seriously, man. Here we get worked up over $44 billion. That’s the total amount of money that will not be spent that was scheduled to be spent this year. In truth, we’re gonna spend more this year than we spent last year.”

Wild Thing's comment..............

Well said Rush and I agree.

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January 12, 2013

Rush: ‘In A Sane World Pelosi Would Be Institutionalized, She Would Be Wearing A White Straight Jacket’

Rush: ‘In A Sane World Pelosi Would Be Institutionalized, She Would Be Wearing A White Straight Jacket’

Remember when Pelosi said unemployment benefits create jobs and inject demand into the economy. Rush hammers Pelosi on today’s EIB program

Where are the unemployement benefits coming from? That is money that is already in the economy, it’s not new money Rush says.

Wild Thing's comment.................

I agree with Rush about Pelosi.

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June 03, 2012

CNN (and Piers Morgan) In Audience Crisis

FOX News

Stories aren't the only thing that high-profile studio anchors at CNN apparently know how to break. Judging by the latest TV ratings, they also seem to be uncannily successful at destroying the loyalty of viewers.

Figures from ratings agency Nielsen show that America's most famous rolling news brand has just experienced its worst month for almost 20 years, parting company with more than 50 per cent of its audience in 12 months. The development follows years of unrelenting decline for the network, which pioneered 24-hour news in the 1980s, and was for years the top-rated news channel. It has in recent years suffered intense competition from Fox News and MSNBC, which both now outperform it in almost every time slot.


May saw CNN's average audience fall to 388,000, of which a mere 113,000 are adults in the 25-54 age bracket that advertisers covet. The figures represent an exponential increase in the rate of decline for the channel, which is also undermined by the internet's rise in popularity as a breaking news source.

For complete write up you can click and go here.....

Wild Thing's comment......

If CNN would return to giving the news like it did when it began and cut way back on their being a propaganda machine for Obama and the left, their ratings would improve. But so far they are not willing to do that. FOX better learn from CNN's mistakes too, because they have been hiring some far left commenters and it is not a good thing to see happening.

Over at FOX News.........Megyn Kelly is good, The Five at 5:00 is also a good show and mostly Republicans. There are some other good timei slots on FOX, but I just hope like I said that they keep learning from the mistakes of CNN and especially for the wost of all MSNBC.

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May 30, 2012

Trump Blasts Wolf Blitzer – Takes Shot at CNN’s Ratings As Well

Donald Trump took a swipe at CNN’s ratings following an intense exchange with Wolf Blitzer.

Donald Trump immediately attacked Wolf after his very biased introduction.

Trump to Blitzer: "Report Obama Birth Accurately and CNN Might Get Better Ratings"

Donald Trump took a shot at CNN’s low ratings during a fiery exchange with Wolf Blitzer this afternoon, in which the two men called one another “ridiculous.”

During a phone interview from Las Vegas, Trump defended his ongoing claims that Obama may not have been born in the United States, a charge that Mitt Romney has sought to distance himself from even as he courts Trump’s support.

“Many people do not think [his birth certificate] was authentic,” Trump said. “Frankly, if you would report it accurately, you would probably get better ratings than you’re getting.”

Later in the segment, Trump accused Blitzer and CNN of covering the birtherism charge “because you feel its probably going to get a few more people watching your station, which they’re probably not doing.”

CNN has indeed been struggling in the cable news ratings race — and rather publicly of late. Earlier this month, the network experienced its lowest weekday primetime ratings in 20 years, averaging just 395,000 viewers for Anderson Cooper’s “AC360” and “Piers Morgan Tonight.”

Fox News averaged 2,049,000 viewers and MSNBC averaged 783,000 viewers during that same period.


Wild Thing's comment........

heh heh ha ha ho ho...good for Trump. CNN and all the media deserve to be brought down many notches, with the way they lied and hide information and protected Obama and helped him win the election in 2008.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM | Comments (2)

March 15, 2012

Kimberly Guilfoyle (The Five on Fox show) Pleads for Return of Items Stolen From Fallen Navy SEAL’s Gravesite

Kimberly Guilfoyle Pleads for Return of Items Stolen From Fallen Navy SEAL’s Gravesite

In the One More Thing segment tonight, Kimberly Guilfoyle made a plea for the return of items stolen from the gravesite of one of the Navy SEALs who passed away in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan last year. His mother had placed things that he loved around his grave, and someone stole the items.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Kimberly is great and she and Eric Bolling are both good on this show. It is on FOX at 5:00...thus the name....The Five at Five. I am glad she spoke about this.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM | Comments (2)

January 31, 2012

NBC Brian Williams Pointing Finger At President Bush and Now Williams Attacks Gov. Jan Brewer For Doing it. LOL


Flashback 2006: NBC's Brian Williams Points Finger At President Bush

As NewsBusters previously reported, NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams on Thursday, reacting with predictably similar disgust as the rest of the media to the picture of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer pointing her finger at Barack Obama, asked viewers, "Who have you ever seen talking to the president like this?"

Maybe he should have looked in the archives of interviews he did with George W. Bush wherein he was guilty of making the exact same supposedly offensive hand gesture at the President of the United States

Apparently Williams doesn't either, for here's part of his highly outraged report from Thursday:

Wild Thing's comment.....

Hahha the media is so phoney. They do it and to them it is OK, but if a Republican does it then it is oh soooo horrible. hahhahaa

The other thing too, Jan Brewer's State of AZ. is being sued by Obama for wanting to follow our immigration laws...I think she has a right to point a finger at the freak Obama.

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August 17, 2011

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz Apologizes for Liberal Hit Job and Editing of Gov. Rick Perry’s “Black Cloud” Remarks As MSNBC Tried To Make Perry Look Racist

For the liberal media desperate to protect Barack Obama, it’s open season on Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

Here is video showing how MSNBC appears to have clipped remarks by Rick Perry to make it look like he was making a racist remark. Perry actually was saying the huge debt hanging over America is like a “big-black cloud” hanging over the economy. Actually, the term “big-black cloud” is often used for something bad or menacing. But Schultz explicitly said Rick Perry was referring to Barack Obama.

But found the more complete video of Perry’s remarks, which clearly show he identified the “big-black cloud” – both before and after his use of the phrase – as the nation’s debt, and NOT Barack Obama. MSNBC apparently forgot to include both of those mentions in their video clip.


MSNBC’s Ed Schultz apologizing for the editing they did to Rick Perry’s comments yesterday, where he said the nation’s debt was a “black cloud hanging over the country.” Tonight, Schultz did not mention that he had used the deceptive editing to accuse Perry of racism, saying directly that by “black cloud,” Perry was referring to Obama. He should have apologized for using the deceptive edit to call Perry a racist.


Wild Thing's comment........

Like I said....Don't Mess With Texas!

God bless Rick Perry.

Meanwhile here is the latest polling: Tah dah!!!

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August 13, 2011

Chris Matthews Blast Entire State of Texas as Ignorant , Full Of BS, Calls Perry A Clown

Chris Matthews Blast Entire State of Texas as Ignorant , Full Of BS, Calls Perry A Clown


Wild Thing's comment.....

These lefties cannot speak in a complete sentence unless they LIE or slander or bash a person on the right. I really thing they have a mental disorder.

Hey Chris you need to learn NOT to mess with TEXAS!

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August 11, 2011

Charles Krauthammer: The Markets Show Obama is the Anti-E.F. Hutton, When He Speaks No One Listens

And he wasn't done, he pounded Obama for record deficits and the report that came out today that said 2011 already has a $1 trillion deficit with 2 months to go in the fiscal year. He ended by saying Obama's "clueless and for now irrelevant.


Wild Thing's comment......

LOL I love what he said. God bless Charles.

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August 04, 2011

Charles Krauthammer Slams Tea Party Attackers’ ‘lack of intelligence’

Krauthammer Slams Tea Party Attackers’ ‘lack of intelligence’

The Daily Caller

He said instead it was a show of their “lack of intelligence” and “lack of originality.”

“Well, it certainly is a spitting and the sputtering of people who are, who’ve been deeply defeated,” Krauthammer said. “I mean, they were routed. They were up against a small minority of one half of one-third of the Congress and they got — they lost everything. They got routed. Look, this was their Agincourt, you know, Henry V outnumbered by the French, three to one. The opposition, the liberals, hold the Senate. They hold the White House. They hold the media, which had been leaking and parroting the White House line all the way through, and they still got defeated.

“I think this is sort of a pathetic response. If you have no arguments, what do you do? Ad hominems. You attack, you throw names out. But I have one slight disagreement with you [about this] being a conspiracy. I don’t think these people have the wherewithal to orchestrate a three-car motorcade. The reason for the repetition is lack of intelligence and lack of originality. These are people who are slothful.”

Despite Krauthammer’s low regard for the Tea Party’s left-wing detractors, O’Reilly insisted talking points were still circulating, which suggested a concerted effort. Krauthammer dismissed that notion.

“Look, what it means to me is you’ve got people with no intelligence, no originality, no imagination,” he said. “They are sputtering. They have lost. No arguments. What do they do? They want ad hominems. They want epithets. So, somebody uses it on the air — ‘Ah ha, that’s a good one. I’ll use it.’ I don’t credit them [with] the intelligence or the sort of, what it takes to put together a conspiracy.”

O’Reilly alluded to early attacks on the Tea Party which suggested its activism was rooted in racism. But that didn’t stick, and Krauthammer said the argument’s failure contradicted O’Reilly’s point. Instead, he said, there was a degree of absurdity to the left’s entire effort. Krauthammer cited the reaction of one member of the House of Representatives.

“But as you just said, Bill — you just said earlier that if you repeat the lie often enough, it will work,” Krauthammer said. “You just said with racism it didn’t work. This is transparently silly. You had one congressman, I wrote it down — Mike Doyle in the meeting with the vice president yesterday actually said, ‘We have negotiated with terrorists. The small group of terrorists has made it impossible for us to spend any money.’ Well, that’s a hell of a definition of terrorism. Normally a terrorist says, ‘I want you to convert. I want your daughter, I want your money, I want your submission.’ This guy says a bunch of terrorists in Congress have stopped us from spending money we don’t have. You think that’s an argument that will carry with the American people? I think not.”

The Washington Post columnist chalked the debt deal up to representative democracy in action.

“[I]n the democracy folks speak,” Krauthammer said. “How do they speak on Election Day? What’s the result? They elect representatives who speak on their behalf and those representatives in the House, some of them a rather small minority, prevailed over a majority. Why? Because they have conviction and they have the argument and they have reality and truth on their side. This country is headed over a cliff economically. Everybody understands that, including the ratings agencies, which are rather neutral on this — objective observers and they say you don’t get your house in order we’re going to make you lose your AAA [credit rating]. Everybody understands that. But it was these people, expressed through their representatives, who made the case and won the day.”


Wild Thing's comment......

Charles is so good. When he is on target I love the way he keeps on track. O'Reilly continues to be the host that interrupts every guest, it is disgusting!! Charles handles it well, and does not back down.

Charles refusing to give the left credentials. He is infact, using the isolate and ridicule tactic and refusing to give them any power. Let's see how they like having the rules for radicals reversed on them...I think not so much. O'Reilly set it up and got the facts out there, but Krauthammer knocked them out of the park.

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June 21, 2011

NBC Cut “under God” From The Pledge of Allegiance During Their US Open Coverage Then Gives Totally Unacceptatible Apology

NBC decided it was a good idea to cut “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance during their US Open coverage.

NBC Apologizes for Omitting 'Under God' From Pledge During U.S. Open Broadcast

FOX News

NBC issued an on-air apology Sunday for omitting the words “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance during its coverage of golf’s U.S. Open.

The words were edited out of a clip of children reciting the oath — a move immediately noted by viewers, who took to Twitter and various blogs to voice their anger, the Huffington Post reported.

In a statement during the broadcast, NBC commentator Dan Hicks said, “We began our coverage of this final round just about three hours ago and when we did it was our intent to begin the coverage of this U.S. Open Championship with a feature that captured the patriotism of our national championship being held in our nation’s capital for the third time.

NBC commentator Dan Hicks said, "[snip] Regrettably, a portion of the Pledge of Allegiance that was in that feature was edited out. It was not done to upset anyone and we'd like to apologize to those of you who were offended by it."

Fox News picks up the story of NBC omitting 'under God' during yesterday's broadcast. MRC Vice President Dan Gainor says "what we've got is proof that we're not dealing with liberal media, we're dealing with godless liberal media." He calls NBC's apology 'entirely bogus'

Wild Thing's comment........

Notice they didn’t say “accidently”. They said “regrettably”. And they only regret it because they didn’t expect folks to go ballistic on them.

They couldn’t even say “Under God” in their apology. It was just “a portion”.

It was not “omitted,” as in, “forgetting to include”. . .it was intentionally edited out. Someone decided it was unacceptable.

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June 08, 2011

Limbaugh On Global Warming BS From Mitt Romney ~ Thank You Rush!

Rush Limbaugh took Mitt Romney to task yesterday for saying he believes in man-made global warming. After playing the clip of Romney’s comments, Rush said, “Bye, bye nomination. Another one down.”


Wild Thing's comment........

It amazes me how so soon after he announed he is running he says what he did about global warming and also Cap and Trade. Stupid and certainly not listening to the right side of the fence that he wants to elect him. hahaha

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May 12, 2011

Rush - There Is An Action Figure Of Obama As Team Six Seal Member They Use Michelle's Body ~ LMAO Love Rush!


Introducing: The Barack Obama SEAL Team Six Action Figure


After the excitement of hearing that President Obama orchestrated the strike and kill against Osama bin Laden, it didn't take long to put out an action figure of the Commander in Chief.

Oxford, Conn.-based toymaker Herobuilders, who last brought you action figures of the Old Spice Guy, Dos Equis Beer's "The Most Interesting Man in the World" and Allstate Insurance's "Mayhem," have created a super-bad SEAL Team Six replica of the 44th President in full urban fatigue gear, wearing a "Punisher" t-shirt with the numeral 6 printed on it, and carrying a military issue M4A1 rifle.


Emil Vicale, Herobuilders' president, said the idea sprang up just moments after Obama announced that bin Laden had been killed.

"What's so odd," he told NewsFeed,"is that we made an action figure of him before he even became president, after he gave his speech in Chicago (at the 2004 Democratic National Convention). It never resonated with the public, so we think this is the one."

Wild Thing's comment..........

Hahahaha LOVE how Rush puts things.

Where is the tiny teleprompter acessory ??? And missing are the anointed halo and water walking sandals. heh heh

Of all the people in the world to NOT have an action figure like this it would be this vile obama. This is REALLY sickening!!

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Official Obama Criticizer Bo Snerdley On Obama's Race Baiting

Official Obama Criticizer Bo Snerdley ( from Rush Limbaugh show) : Shame On You Mr. President For Race Baiting So Early In The Campaign Season

Wild Thing's comment.......

Love that he works for Rush, he is a great addition.

Thank you Bo Snerdley !

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April 19, 2011

The McLaughlin Group Eleanor Clift: " “What else would you expect from a socialist born in Kenya who’s hiding his birth certificate?"

The Obama media is about to lose it over the questions surrounding Obama and his Birth Certificate. Now, they are bringing it up when others are not!

Here is video from The McLaughlin Group of conservative Rich Lowry calling Obama’s Budget Speech last week, “classless” for inviting GOP Rep. Paul Ryan to sit on the front row of the audience, and then proceeding to spend the first half of the speech demagoguing Ryan’s Budget Plan.

Obama defender Eleanor Clift of Newsweek reacted angrily to Lowry’s statement, saying it was perfectly fair for Obama to do what he did. When Lowry persisted, Clift sarcastically said to him, “What else would you expect from a socialist born in Kenya who’s hiding his birth certificate?”

Wild Thing's comment........

LOL I love it, even if she meant if she meant it sarcastically , what she said has never been said on that show.

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April 15, 2011

Glenn Beck Mouths Off Attacking People Wanting Proof Of Obama's Birth Certificate ~ Beck Needs To Learn A Few Things!!!!!

‘Stop With the Damn Birth Certificate!’ Beck Delivers Strong Message to Birthers

from Glenn Beck's The Blaze

~ snipet ~
“Stop with the damn birth certificate!” he said. “Stop!” According to him, it is a non-issue that only detracts from the real problem in America, which is progressives fundamentally transforming America.

“If you’re going to lose your country– we’re going to lose it on a birth certificate?” he asked. “You have a real opportunity to talk about American exceptionalism … instead you’re going to waste time on the birth certificate?”

“You’re out of your mind if you think that is a winning argument for the next election. You’re out of your mind. You have to go fight the battle on the principles of America!”

Beck said he doesn’t think Obama is a “Manchurian candidate,” and reaffirmed his believe that the president was born in America.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Bye Bye Beck! Beck contradicts himself on this one. He talks about finding the truth regardless of where it leads. So to take this attitude has an extra added stink to it.

And I guess Beck cannot multi-task either or he would know we can fight back on more then one thing.

It’s about the Constitution, Beck. Ever hear of “natural born Citizen”, Beck? Doesn’t he think we can investigate more than one thing at a time? Memo to Beck: Perhaps the most important single element of American exceptionalism is a written Constitution that has lasted far longer than any other in the history of the world. For good reasons, that Constitution requires that the highest office holder in our government be a natural born citizen. And relevant to the determination of natural born citizenship is a birth certificate!

All our major government officials are sworn to uphold and protect the Constitution. That's because if we don't see to it that the Constitution is enforced and protected whenever threatened - from both within and without, we will lose our Constitution and the exceptionalism it has fostered!

Imagine how the framers would react to these so-called conservatives being too frightened to even demand an answer a question to defend the constitution, much less give their lives to protect it.

For a man who continually says ‘the truth has no agenda’ and is as emotional, as most Americans, about loosing the fabric of this country, it‘s wrong to tell people to ’stop with the damned birth certificate‘ when the American people haven’t been offered a ‘real’ one.

For me the Constitution is all or nothing and I will not have total respect for a person if they do not feel the same bye bye Beck on this issue for sure!!!!!

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April 07, 2011

Fox News Announces New TV, Digital Projects With Glenn Beck

Fox News Announces New TV, Digital Projects With Glenn Beck

FOX News

FOX News and Glenn Beck announced Wednesday that they will team to produce a slate of projects for FOX News Channel and FOX News' digital properties.

Beck will "transition off of his daily program, the third highest rated in all of cable news, later this year" to pursue the new opportunities, FOX News said in a press release announcing the agreement.

“Glenn Beck is a powerful communicator, a creative entrepreneur and a true success by anybody’s standards. I look forward to continuing to work with him," Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO of FOX News, said in the release.

Joel Cheatwood, SVP/Development at FOX News, will be joining Beck's production company, Mercury Radio Arts.

“I truly believe that America owes a lot to Roger Ailes and FOX News," Beck said in the release. "I cannot repay Roger for the lessons I’ve learned and will continue to learn from him and I look forward to starting this new phase of our partnership."

"Glenn Beck" began airing on FOX News in 2009 and has been one of the top rated programs on cable, averaging over 2.2 million total viewers during its run.

Full release follows...

NEW YORK— FOX News and Mercury Radio Arts, Glenn Beck’s production company, are proud to announce that they will work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the FOX News Channel (FNC) as well as content for other platforms including FOX News' digital properties. Glenn intends to transition off of his daily program, the third highest rated in all of cable news, later this year.

Roger Ailes, Chairman and CEO of FOX News said, “Glenn Beck is a powerful communicator, a creative entrepreneur and a true success by anybody’s standards. I look forward to continuing to work with him."

Glenn Beck said, “I truly believe that America owes a lot to Roger Ailes and FOX News. I cannot repay Roger for the lessons I’ve learned and will continue to learn from him and I look forward to starting this new phase of our partnership."

Joel Cheatwood, SVP/Development at FOX News, will be joining Mercury Radio Arts effective April 24, 2011. Part of his role as EVP will be to manage the partnership and serve as a liaison with FOX News.

Ailes said, “Joel is a good friend and one of the most talented and creative executives in the business. Over the past four years I have consistently valued his input and advice and that will not stop as we work with him in his new role."

"Glenn Beck" is consistently the third highest rated program on cable news. For the 27 months that “Glenn Beck” has aired on FOX News, the program has averaged more than 2.2 million total viewers and 563,000 viewers 25-54 years old, numbers normally associated with shows airing in primetime, not at 5pm. “Glenn Beck" has dominated all of its cable news competitors since launch.

Mercury Radio Arts is Glenn Beck’s fully integrated multi-media production company. Mercury produces or co-produces all Glenn Beck related properties including The Glenn Beck Program, America’s third highest-rated radio show, Beck’s New York Times bestselling books, his live stage-show business, destination website, and news and information service Founded in 2002, Mercury has a full time staff of 50 employees and is based in New York, NY.


Wild Thing's comment........

I wish him well, he has done a lot and I will always remember how he really had a big part in getting the word out about Van Jones which also got all of us to write letters, etc. and obama was forced to let Van Jones go under his bus. Not that obama replaced him with anyone better, but the point is that our voice was heard.

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March 31, 2011

Democrats Have Driven U.S. To The Brink of Bankruptcy and Instability by Rush Limbaugh ~ I agree!!!!

Rush Limbaugh today giving a strong indictment of The Democrat Party for what they have done to the United States since taking control of the House of Representatives in 2006. Between Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama, he describes a litany of disasters they have brought on the nation with their big Government, left-wing ideology and agenda. Limbaugh says flatly that “the Democrats have driven this nation to the brink of bankruptcy and instability.” He also said they are the greatest danger to the future of the country and the next generation.

Wild Thing's comment........

The Democrats, those that are the Progressives ( communists which way out number from what I can tell the old Democrats of the past ) and the rino's have no ability to stand up top them nor do they want to. I agree with Rush!

Right now I have to say I am concerned about the next election. I know it is early but even so...... America along with all of us cannot take more years of obama's reign of terror and destruction.

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March 14, 2011

" Top Democrat Senators Admit Obama Is Incompetent " Joe Scarborough

Must See Video. Joe Scarborough says he's been told by top Dems that Obama is incompetent

Joe Scarborough speaks the unspeakable on MSNBC and admits that senior Democrat senators, committee chairmen even, have personally told him that they think Obama is incompetent...

This video is from Eric Cantors page at YouTube.

Note from Eric Cantor....... This video is a response to Eric Cantor Discusses The Tea Party & The Road Ahead On "Imus In The Morning"

Wild Thing's comment.......

If Obama was just incompetent ( and we all knew that during the campaign when he bashed Sarah Palin for not being qualifed for VP) that would be one thing...but he’s an incompetent who hates America and is a devout Marxist. That’s something to worry about.

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February 17, 2011

GOP Attacks Internet Rules

GOP Attacks Internet Rules .

The Wall Street Journal


In a contentious hearing, House Republicans attacked new regulations for broadband Internet lines and criticized the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission for adopting them.

Republicans are targeting the "net neutrality" rules, which would bar Internet providers from blocking or slowing Internet traffic and services, as well as new regulations in such areas as health care and the environment, as unnecessary and overly burdensome on industry.

Why would you put the government in charge of the Internet?" asked Rep. Fred Upton (R., Mich.), who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, a Democrat, defended the new rules during the hearing, saying the FCC "did the right thing" and that it is "pro-job and pro-investment" for the U.S. economy.

Democratic lawmakers on the panel also defended Mr. Genachowski. Sveral said the FCC hadn't gone far enough in regulating Internet lines. They said the agency should have more firmly established its authority to play Internet traffic cop by reregulating Internet lines under rules designed for land-line phones.

"Without some clear rules of the road, large companies can carve up the Internet into fast and slow lanes, charging a toll for content and blocking innovators from entering the information superhighway," said Rep. Anna Eshoo (D., Calif.), whose district includes many Silicon Valley companies.

Republican lawmakers are trying to stop the new-neutrality rules though various legislative avenues, including an amendment to budget legislation to stop funding to the FCC to implement the new rules.

On Wednesday, Republican leaders in the House and Senate introduced a resolution to overturn the rules using the Congressional Review Act. The effort could win congressional approval, but it is unlikely to be enacted because it needs the approval of President Barack Obama, who supports the FCC's net neutrality rules.

GOP lawmakers and Republican FCC members say the rules could stifle new investments in broadband networks by limiting providers' ability to manage and profit from their networks. In addition, they question whether the FCC has legal authority to enforce the new rules—an issue the courts will ultimately decide.

Wild Thing's comment......

YESSSSS. Keep it coming Republicans. Love them standing up to the Dems. Taking it to 'em for a change. No more compromises, no more caving.

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February 09, 2011

Rush Limbaugh Interviews Rumsfeld

Rumsfeld Tells Rush: Radical Islamists Intend to ‘Create a Caliphate’

We are up against a vicious enemy, the radical Islamists are there, they intend to try to create a Caliphate in this world and fundamentally alter the nature of nation states, and we’re reluctant to engage in the competition of ideas and point out what they really are and how vicious they are. This current administration is even afraid to say the word Islamist. And we need to fight. We need to be willing to say what it is and be willing to tackle it.”

Wild Thing's comment........

This was a great interview by Rush. The scariest part was when Rumsfeld started talking about the Caliphate.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:48 AM

February 03, 2011

ElRushbo: Let Obama Go Run For President In Egypt....

Let Obama Go Run For President In Egypt And Don't Tell Me He Can't Because He Wasn't Born There

Wild Thing's comment.......

Love ya ElRushbo!

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:45 AM

January 22, 2011

MSNBC Fires Olbermann ~ Announced Departure and Finale Show Last Night~Good Riddance

via press release:


MSNBC and Keith Olbermann have ended their contract. The last broadcast of “Countdown with Keith Olbermann” will be this evening. MSNBC thanks Keith for his integral role in MSNBC’s success and we wish him well in his future endeavors.

Sources tell Mediaite Keith Olbermann and MSNBC were headed for a breakup long before Comcast’s rise to power, but clearly something set the divorce into motion quickly today, with network promos set to run touting Olbermann’s role in MSNBC’s coverage of next week’s State of the Union address–and, notably, a Keith Olbermann promo running on MSNBC in the hour after the host signed off and left the network…

While Olbermann and his iconic Countdown have been immensely important in the resurgence of MSNBC, Olbermann’s friction with management has been a sticking point. At many points–including the recent suspension over political contributions–tensions rose so high as to lead to serious discussions inside MSNBC about firing their star.

…With Maddow enjoying both immense popularity inside MSNBC and very strong ratings for herRachel Maddow Show, Olbermann’s invincibility as the heart and soul of MSNBC’s brand became softer.In recent weeks, sources tell Mediaite there have been meetings on the topic of Keith Olbermann and his future at the network. Did Comcast–as many Countdown viewers seem to suspect–order Olbermann out? It appears that the end of the Olbermann era at MSNBC was not “ordered” by Comcast, nor was it a move to tone down the network’s politics. Instead, sources inside the network say it came down to the more mundane world of office politics–Olbermann was a difficult employee, who clashed with bosses, colleagues and underlings alike, and with the Comcast-related departure of Jeff Zucker, and the rise of Maddow and O’Donnell, the landscape shifted, making an Olbermann exit suddenly seem well-timed.

Olbermann had signed a new four-year contract with MSNBC two years ago. It's unclear what his plans are now.

Wild Thing's comment......

I have never watched his show, I have only seen the YouTube videos when I posted about him a few times.
There is no way I could take watching a show like his.

He won't be missed.

We will see what road he network will take since Comcast has bought MSNBC.

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January 19, 2011

This Call For Civility Is Just Censorship From Obama And The Left ~ Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh today saying that the Left’s new obsession with “civility” is actually their way of trying to enforce censorship on those who oppose their agenda.

“What’s really going on now, the liberals are demanding that we abandon our principles — and our arguments for our principles. We give up our principles and we stop arguing for them. This isn’t about civility or any of the rest of it. They are saying that accusing the President of trampling on our liberties – accusing him of trying to transform this society, to strengthen the government and weaken the individual – accusing him of trying to destroy the financial health of the nation – that’s all hate language. No it’s not! There’s nothing hateful about it. Particularly since it has the added benefit of being true! And that’s why they’re trying to shut it up. Stuff that they don’t care about, they ignore. Now they are trying to characterize accurate depictions of Obama and his agenda and his intent as hate language.”


(Radio Equalizer)- Syndicated/ XM-Sirius Satellite-based Mike Malloy, no stranger toRadio Equalizer readers, spent part of last night’s show defending his violence fantasies and even revealed a new one: a desire to choke Rush Limbaugh to death.

MIKE MALLOY: The rhetoric that comes from me is the rhetoric of rage…and, um, have their been violent images? Of course. Rush Limbaugh choking on his throat fat – that you know, to me, is not a threat – I can’t - I wish I could, but I can’t reach into his throat and jiggle up his throat fat so he suffocates – I can’t do it.

Um, as far as Dick Cheney, Dick Cheney is a mass killer – I mean, by definition – it – it doesn’t make a difference what he thinks he is or think he isn’t – his policies going back to the ’60s are those of a mass killer.


Wild Thing's comment........

I think Rush hit the nail on the head. The left is never “civil” about anything. I am glad he also brought up how the left treated Reagan, it shows it has been like this from the left for a very long time.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM

January 15, 2011

Pat Caddell Expresses His Distain for New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman

During an episode of the late late night Fox show known as “Red Eye”, former Jimmy Carter pollster and political analyst Pat Caddell expresses his distain for New York Times columnist Paul Krugman.

Daily Caller

On Fox News Channel’s Friday airing of “Red Eye,” host Greg Gutfeld wondered if the media was denial over the notion it had little to do with the actions of Jared Loughner, the suspect in the recent Tucson, Ariz. shooting.

“Here’s an interesting point — as the truth comes out about this nutcase, doesn’t it seem like the media can’t believe that the killer doesn’t care about them?” Gutfeld asked. “It’s like they think they had an impact on him, when in fact all he cares about is UFOs.”

That led Caddell to launch into a rant about the media, specifically naming New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman and Newsweek and Daily Beast columnist Jonathan Alter.

“He is a flat-out asshole.”, said Caddell..

" The point is – you know, this thing started – I have to say, when I look at [Paul] Krugman and Jonathan Alter, with his advice and the president, ‘Don’t let this go to waste – let’s make it like Oklahoma City,’ and Krugman who is just a flat-out asshole, I’m sorry – these people what they did…”

Caddell indicated their initial response should have been different.

“People are dead and the first thing you have to do is go to politics, I mean no wonder the country hates the media and hates the politicians,” he said.

Wild Thing's comment.......

I couldn’t agree more. I have posted other things Pat has said. LOLwhy is it this Democrat acts more like a Republican than most Republicans ? Pat what Democrats would be like if they were wired like conservatives inside, but just held different political views.

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January 12, 2011

Happy Birthday Rush Limbaugh!...60th!

Rush Hudson Limbaugh III was born January 12, 1951 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.

Happy birthday, Rush. You have no idea how much you've done for us.

May God watch over you, and bless you!

Mega dittos, El Rushbo!

Rush when he was in Afghanistan to thank our troops.

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November 18, 2010

Sen. Rockefeller: FCC Should Take FOX News, MSNBC Off Airwaves

SEN. JAY ROCKEFELLER (D-WV): "There's a little bug inside of me which wants to get the FCC to say to FOX and to MSNBC: 'Out. Off. End. Goodbye.' It would be a big favor to political discourse; our ability to do our work here in Congress, and to the American people, to be able to talk with each other and have some faith in their government and more importantly, in their future."


Wild Thing's comment........

What a total ass he is. IMO this is more reaction from this last election again. The left is freaking out.

It sounds like Rockefeller needs to lay off the recreational drugs for a while. FNC and PMSNBC are not “on the airwaves”. Fox News and MSNBC aren’t on the air, they are on cable, you moron!! They are not subject to FCC regulation!

The Rockefellers are up to their eyeballs with Soros’s tactics and goals. The Rockefeller Foundation is one of the biggest supporters of the Victory Mosque. The Rockefellers and the Rockefeller Foundation are founding members of the Eugenics movement and of abortion.

SEN. JAY ROCKEFELLER (D-WV): "There's a little bug inside of me which wants to get the FCC to say to FOX and to MSNBC: 'Out. Off. End. Goodbye.'

There's a name for that "little bug". It's called "dictator".

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November 12, 2010

"Hit the Road Barack” ~ Rush Limbaugh Parody on Obama Overseas Trip


Wild Thing's commnet.......

I always love the parody's on Rush's show. hahahahaha

Paul Shanklin does them and he is so talented.

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November 11, 2010

Lou Dobbs Signs With FOX Business Network



Former CNN anchor and current radio talk show host Lou Dobbs is joining the Fox Business Network.

The network said Wednesday that Dobbs will host a new daily program that will start in the first three months of next year. He‘ll also provide analysis and commentary on business news throughout the network’s day.

Dobbs hosted a popular business-oriented program on CNN for many years that gradually changed into an opinionated general news program.

His campaign against illegal immigration made him a focus of political controversy. He tried to tone things down at CNN’s request but quit a year ago, concluding that it was no longer a good fit.

Since then, he has hosted a weekday syndicated radio show and has contemplated running for political office.

Wild Thing's comment......

Good I am glad. Lou did a lot of good, getting the word out about illegals and other things. His show was missed so this is very good news that he will be back on TV again.

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November 08, 2010

Keith Olbermann To Return Tuesday to MSNBC


"After several days of deliberation and discussion, I have determined that suspending Keith through and including Monday night's program is an appropriate punishment for his violation of our policy. We look forward to having him back on the air Tuesday night"


Wild Thing's comment........

Fox: Fair and Balanced

MSNBC: Unbalanced and Insane

A publicity stunt, to try and drive up ratings. MSNBC’s ratings are in the toilet and will do anything to attract viewers.

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November 06, 2010

Keith Olbermann Has Been Suspended Indefinitely Without Pay

Keith Olbermann suspended after donating to Democrats

MSNBC host Keith Olbermann has been suspended indefinitely without pay after POLITICO reported that he made three campaign contributions to Democratic candidates.

MSNBC President Phil Griffin said in a statement Friday: “I became aware of Keith's political contributions late last night. Mindful of NBC News policy and standards, I have suspended him indefinitely without pay."

Olbermann made campaign contributions to two Arizona members of Congress and failed Kentucky Senate candidate Jack Conway ahead of Tuesday’s election.

Olbermann, who acknowledged the contributions in a statement to POLITICO, made the maximum legal donations of $2,400 apiece to Conway and to Arizona Reps. Raul Grijalva and Gabrielle Giffords. He donated to the Arizona pair on Oct. 28 — the same day that Grijalva appeared as a guest on Olbermann’s “Countdown” show.

NBC has a rule against employees contributing to political campaigns, and a wide range of news organizations prohibit political contributions — considering it a breach of journalistic independence to contribute to the candidates they cover.

In his statement to POLITICO, Olbermann said he wasn’t using his influence to solicit any donations for the candidates.

“I did not privately or publicly encourage anyone else to donate to these campaigns, nor to any others in this election or any previous ones, nor have I previously donated to any political campaign at any level,” Olbermann said.

Inside MSNBC, employees were shocked at the news of Olbermann’s suspension. Despite a reputation for a prickly personality off-air, Olbermann was given wide berth inside the network because of his stature – and his ratings.

Insiders were stunned that Griffin moved so swiftly to yank one of the network’s true stars off the air, and some suspected that the recent tensions with NBC News, which has grown increasingly uneasy with its sister network’s more ideological stance, contributed to the swift decision. Some have even speculated that Comcast’s coming merger with NBC Universal has heightened sensitivities about MSNBC’s ideological profile.


Wild Thing's comment........

It’s ironic that he was suspended for spending a few thousand dollars confirming the bias that everybody knows he has, but has used millions of dollars worth of air time to campaign for Democrats without any repurcussions.

LoL! The new Comcast management can’t stomach the village idiot Olberfuermann? heh heh

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November 04, 2010

Rush Limbaugh’s Reaction To The Results Of The 2010 Midterm Election – “Wipe Out!”

Rush played, “Ding-Dong, the Witch is Dead,” in honor of the end of Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House!

“This was a total rejection of the Obama Agenda. This was a total rejection of the Democrat Party.”


Wild Thing's comment.......

“Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead”


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November 01, 2010

Alaska KTVA a CBS Affiliate : We Stand By Our “Corrupt Bastards”

Alaska KTVA Defends Their "Corrupt Bastards" Who Conspired Against Joe Miller

Alaska CBS affiliate KTVA defended their “corrupt bastards” on staff who conspired against Republican Joe Miller. The reporters were caught on tape planning to report scandalous stories against Joe Miller. The audio of their conversation displayed the shocking level of bias and corruption in this Alaska media outlet.


Reporters from a CBS affiliate in Anchorage, Alaska, allegedly left a voicemail by mistake at the campaign of the state's Republican nominee for Senate, Joe Miller, in which the journalists can be heard plotting to "find" a "child molester" among the politician's supporters.

The reporters are also overheard hoping for violence against Miller so they can "send out a tweet" and Facebook alert that "Miller got punched" at a rally he held four days ago.

The apparent accidental voicemail message was left on the cell phone of Miller's spokesperson, Randy DeSoto.

In the recording, the assignment editor for the CBS Anchorage affiliate, KTVA, Nick McDermott, along with other reporters, can be heard openly discussing concocting the two stories about Miller.

DeSoto says the voicemail message was later authenticated by McDermott himself, who sent a text to the Miller spokesman stating, "D--- iPhone … I left you a long message. I thought I hung up. Sorry."

"Frankly, when I first heard this I was shocked," said DeSoto. "Though a bit garbled at times, there are disturbing comments in this conservation that never should have occurred."

According to the Miller campaign, another voice in the message was that of KTVA's news director.



Megyn Kelly's continued show on this and added information:

A press release issued Saturday October 30, 2010, by the Joe Miller campaign claims that KTVA personnel, “openly discuss creating, if not fabricating, two stories about Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Joe Miller.” KTVA General Manager Jerry Bever says, “It’s unfortunate that this recording has happened. It’s unfortunate because it does not accurately reflect the journalistic standards of our newsroom and the garbled context will no doubt leave more questions than answers. The Miller campaign’s analysis of the recording is incorrect in many material ways ranging from personnel involved in the conversation, the interpretation of conversation snippets and the reported transcript of the perceived garbled conversation.”

“While the recording is real, the allegations are untrue,” said Bever. “The recording was the result of a cell phone not being hung up after a call was placed to Randy DeSoto, Joe Miller campaign spokesperson, Thursday afternoon to discuss Joe Miller’s appearance on that evening’s newscast. That phone call was placed near the end of a coverage planning meeting in our newsroom regarding that evening’s Miller rally in downtown Anchorage. The group of KTVA news personnel was reviewing potential “what-if” scenarios, discussing the likelihood of events at the rally and how KTVA might logistically disseminate any breaking news.”

Bever continues, “The perception that this garbled, out of context recording may leave is unfortunate, but to allege that our staff was discussing or planning to create or fabricate stories regarding candidate Miller is absurd. The complete conversation was about what others might be able to do to cause disruption within the Miller campaign, not what KTVA could do.”

While Bever would not discuss any personnel issues linked with the recording, Bever says “Have we had internal discussions about the level of professionalism we need to bring to our conversations, internally and externally? Of course we have, this is a lesson to learn from.”


Big Government has the transcript:


Wild Thing's comment........

Rush taught us this in the early 1990′s. the media gets a template then goes out to make it true. Clearly the reporters were conspiring to set up some type of smear of Joe Miller.

I think Sarah Palin described it correctly.

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October 30, 2010

" We can Vote “Anti-Americanism out of Office this Tuesday” ~ ElRushbo

Here is audio of Rush Limbaugh describing what the United States will look like in the years to come if Democrats retain control of the Congress after the November 2 Midterm Elections. A caller asked Rush to comment on what the U.S. will look like in 10 years if the Democrats retain power.

Limbaugh said “you won’t have to wait 10 years.” Obama and his administration will move ahead with their radical agenda immediately. Rush said that a vote for Obama is a vote for class warfare, which the Democrats will continue to press on every front. Obama will continue to expand his power through the use of “Czars” who report only to him.

Rush said a vote for the Democrats is a vote to continue the destruction of the Health Care system through the imposition of ObamaCare. A vote for Democrats is a vote for a continued weaker Foreign Policy on the part of the United States.

Limbaugh said “if you want to see America in 10 years (under Democrat control), take a look at Venezuela and Cuba.”

Limbaugh: “We might not be able to do away with anti-Americanism, but we can vote it out of office this Tuesday.”


Wild Thing's comment.......

Looking forward to Tuesday!!!!

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October 21, 2010

Juan Williams Tells The Truth and NPR Ends Analyst Contract After Comments on Muslims

NPR Ends Analyst’s Contract After Comments on Muslims

New York Times

NPR has terminated its contract with Juan Williams, one of its senior news analysts, after he made comments about Muslims on the Fox News Channel.

NPR said in a statement that it gave Mr. Williams notice of his termination on Wednesday night.

The move came after Mr. Williams, who is also a Fox News political analyst, appeared on the “The O’Reilly Factor” on Monday. On the show, the host, Bill O’Reilly, asked him to respond to the notion that the United States was facing a “Muslim dilemma.” Mr. O’Reilly said, “The cold truth is that in the world today jihad, aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, is the biggest threat on the planet.”

Mr. Williams said he concurred with Mr. O’Reilly.

He continued: “I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot. You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”

Mr. Williams also made reference to the Pakistani immigrant who pleaded guilty this month to trying to plant a car bomb in Times Square. “He said the war with Muslims, America’s war is just beginning, first drop of blood. I don’t think there’s any way to get away from these facts,” Mr. Williams said.

NPR said in its statement that the remarks “were inconsistent with our editorial standards and practices, and undermined his credibility as a news analyst with NPR.”

The public radio organization said it thanked him for many years of service. Mr. Williams did not immediately respond on Wednesday night to an e-mail seeking comment.

Mr. Williams’s contributions on Fox raised eyebrows at NPR in the past. In February 2009, NPR said it had asked that he stop being identified on “The O’Reilly Factor” as a “senior correspondent for NPR,” even though that title was accurate.


Firing offense: NPR axes Juan Williams for opinions on Muslims & post-9/11 travel

By Michelle Malkin


Cable news blogger Johnny Dollar red-flagged NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik’s Twitter feed, which announced tonight that liberal NPR analyst/Fox News contributor Juan Williams’ contract was terminated — over comments Williams made about Muslims on The O’Reilly Factor. He gave his honest opinion: “[W]hen I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”

Guess who stirred up the pot to get Williams fired?

Think Progress and the Huffington Post:

That’s right. Government-funded NPR has apparently caved into left-wing attack dogs on the Internet.

Also in the lynch mob: CAIR, of course.

As I’ve said many times before: Political correctness is the handmaiden of terror.

Condolences to Juan Williams, whom I’ve debated –vigorously, but always with respect and cordiality — many times over the years.


Wild Thing's comment........

Juan Williams tells the truth, and NPR give him the boot.I’m so fed-up with political correctness especially when it comes to Muslims. I have always liked Juan even though he is a dem. He has always been polite. Juan is one of the good guys on the left, he can disagree and not threaten the person he disagree's with. He is not a Chris Matthews or any of the other POS on the left.

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Chris Matthews: After Election, Democrat Party Will Only Exist On Both Coasts

Wild Thing's comment........

I guess that tingle up Chris's leg is in trouble right now. He seems to be concerned..... I hope he will be disappointed in how the dems do for a very long time.

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October 20, 2010

Rush Limbaugh Let's Darrell Issa Know Where We The People Stand!

This is over the story that surfaced that Republicans plan to compromise with the Administration, Darrell Issa called into the EIB network yesterday. Issa promises that there will be no compromise but Rush spoke directly to him about what the American people are saying in this election

RUSH: "The people that are gonna secure the Republican victory look at Barack Obama as someone who is destroying their country, he is not somebody to be compromised with, somebody that needs to be stopped....The idea that you're gonna end up working with him is anathema, people want this man stopped, that's why this profound turnout is gonna happen. The idea that your gonna work with him on a budget-we want him defeated...

Congressman, people don't care about how the House runs, they don't care about open debates, they care about stopping Obama and the Democrats, they care about saving the country, they don't care if Obama goes to jail, they don't if Axelrod goes to jail-they want them stopped, they want them to have no power, they want Obama stopped...It's Obama and the Democrats in total stopped, it's not more complicated than that"

Wild Thing's comment........

Thank you Rush!!! AMEN Rush!

The American people will not stay home. They will continue the fight until this war is won and we clean the political sewer of RATs and RINOs. There is no place in our Congress for enemies of We The People and freedom. We don’t want progressivism lite. We want our country and our government back under the control of We the People.

Rush was sending a very specific warning, no if, ands, or buts.

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October 06, 2010

ElRushbo Speaking Out About Obama! Thank You Rush!!!


Wild Thing's comment.......

And the jackass IS the symbol of the Democrat(Communist/Socialist) Party.

Rush is right Obama is a jackass and worse!

The media should hear what the average voter says about Obama. Because Limbaugh is sugar-coating it since he’s on the air.

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October 02, 2010

Rick “Hit&Run” Sanchez Fired From CNN

Rick Sanchez Fired From CNN

CNN released this statement :

“Rick Sanchez is no longer with the company. We thank Rick for his years of service and we wish him well.“

They will broadcast CNN Newsroom from 3-5pm for the foreseeable future.

CNN’s Rick Sanchez is not happy with being made fun of constantly on The Daily Show and Colbert Report. It is from this jumping off point that he absolutely unleashed on Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, and at times his own network, on Pete Dominick’s satellite radio show yesterday.

The big takeaway – Sanchez calls Stewart “a bigot,” then walks it back a bit, and he implies CNN is run by Jews.

Dominick was not just a radio show host – he is a CNN contributor who has a regular gig on John King, USA (more on that below), and he formerly was the warm up comic at The Daily Show. Which is why when Sanchez says “I think Jon Stewart’s a bigot” early in the interview, Dominick pushed back:

Dominick: How is he a bigot?
Sanchez: I think he looks at the world through, his mom, who was a school teacher, and his dad, who was a physicist or something like that. Great, I’m so happy that he grew up in a suburban middle class New Jersey home with everything you could ever imagine.
Dominick: What group is he bigoted towards?
Sanchez: Everybody else who’s not like him. Look at his show, I mean, what does he surround himself with?

A few minutes later, Sanchez takes back the word “bigot,” changing it to “prejudicial” and “uninformed.”

Later in the interview, Dominick brings up the fact that Stewart is Jewish, so is a minority himself. Sanchez laughs this off:

I’m telling you that everybody who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart, and to imply that somehow they, the people in this country who are Jewish, are an oppressed minority? Yeah.

If that wasn’t clear, the “yeah” was sarcastic. “I can’t see somebody not getting a job somewhere because they’re Jewish,” says Sanchez.

Past stories about this jerk..................

Drunk Rick Sanchez of CNN Is A Hit and Run Driver Now Also LIES About Rush

Rick Sanchez quoted Rush Limbaugh on CNN and the quote was fabricated. The racially insensitive quote attributed to Limbaugh was made up on the internet and not uttered by Rush.
Sanchez has refused to apologize for using the quote in a hit job on Limbaugh designed to destroy Limbaugh’s bid for the St. Louis Rams.
Rick Sanchez ran over a man and left the guy for dead.
It was December 10, 1990. Sanchez was leaving a Miami Dolphins game when he ran over a man. Sanchez fled the scene for two hours.
Finally, Sanchez came back. Two hours after the incident, Sanchez was still drunk — well above the legal limit. But Sanchez was a well known Miami reporter with lots of friends on the police force. He was never charged with the hit and run. He just pled no contest to DUI.
The man Sanchez hit and ran away from? He died in 1995, paralyzed and in a nursing home.
This is the guy who decided to take to television this week and moralize against Rush


Wild Thing's comment........

Sanchez is a horrible person. If there was a list of all the things he has said that were outright lies just so he could spew his hate for the right it would be a very long list.

He should have been fired a long time ago. He should have been fired when he slammed and lied about Rush Limbaugh!!!!!

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October 01, 2010

Obamafreak a Caller Named "Bob" and Lovable ElRushbo

Rush Limbaugh exchange with a caller that happened yesterday. Limbaugh took a call from “Bob,” who promptly told Rush to “get your a** back over there,” speaking of the European countries where Rush’s “forefathers” came from. “Bob” also told Rush he is “running our country in the ground,” because he opposes Obama – whom “Bob” says is trying to help the “poor people.”

As Rush talked with Bob, it became clear that he is a “Native American,” and believes “white people” have ruined the country and ought to go back where they came from. Limbaugh later praises “Bob” for proving his point – that Obama has a negative view of the founding principles of America, and is therefore trying to radically change America.

Wild Thing's comment.........

LOL it also sounds like this Bob person has been having some firewater.

I love how Rush handles the obama freaks.

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September 04, 2010

Major Garrett's Last Day At Fox News

Here is video of of Fox News’ White House Correspondent Major Garrett talking about his final day – today – with the Fox News Channel. Garrett is leaving Fox News to return to print journalism. He will now be working with National Journal.

Megyn Kelly interviews Garrett about his decision to leave FNC, and expresses well that he will be sorely missed.

He’s a real class act. Sorry to see him leave Fox News – but glad for him that he can return to what he loves, and will have more time at home with his kids.

Wild Thing's comment........

We'll miss you, Major Garrett! Good luck, you've done a great job!

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August 31, 2010

Glenn Beck Launches A New Website ~ The Blaze


Here is the link so you can check it out........ The Blaze.


Wild Thing's comment.......

All the best to Glenn Beck and his new website.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:40 AM

August 27, 2010

This Is One Of The Most Pathetic Things I Have Ever Seen ~Desperate Ed Schultz Pleads With Listeners To Support MSNBC

SCHULTZ: "You have no idea, in my bones, in my very soul, in my heart I want to kick Fox's ass. I want to drive them into the ground I want to spike the ball, I want to kick 'em in the teeth on the way back to the huddle, And then I want to turn around and lift my leg on 'em,..... they lie, they cheat, they steal..........

Wild Thing's comment........

Ed Schultz is nuts. Fox Derangement Syndrome.

He sounds like Anthony Weiner on the house floor.

Just so you know, Bret Baier triples the Ed Show in the ratings.

Not only that but he is a total liar.....LIAR. Check out the chart below.

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August 26, 2010

Rush Limbaugh Puts Lib Caller In His Place

Rush Limbaugh destroys a liberal caller’s attempt to defend the Ground Zero Mosque. When the caller brings up the Westboro Baptist Church, Limbaugh quickly seizes on the opportunity to turn the caller’s own argument against him.

Rush ends by telling the caller, “You pose a much bigger threat to this country’s future as it exists than this Imam ever will!”

Wild Thing's comment........

Rush nails it again. The country is currently in more danger from the lefties than anyone else however Islam stands to gain from the actions of the left which could eventually make Islam a greater threat.

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August 12, 2010

D.C. Reporter Suspended for Accurate Report on BP’s Donations to Obama

A Washington D.C. reporter has been suspended for daring to accurately report the fact that President Barack Obama is the single largest receiver of donations from Oil Company BP. Above is his report.

Details on his suspension. from Big Journalism:

WJLA-TV, a Washington, D.C. ABC affiliate, suspended reporter Doug McKelway following his alleged “partisan” comments at a liberal rally on Capitol Hill marking the three-month anniversary of the Gulf oil spill. Video of the broadcast tells a different story.

Apparently facts are now “partisan.”

McKelway stuck to the truth about BP’s political contributions and pending cap-and-trade legislation, newsworthy subjects given that the event’s organizers were lobbying to “pass legislation to end America’s addiction to oil and urged lawmakers to donate campaign money raised from the oil industry to the clean-up efforts in the Gulf.”

According to the Washington Post, it was McKelway’s supposedly controversial comments on July 20 that led to his suspension. Anonymous sources at the station are now accusing him of “insubordination” in an apparent attempt to fire him.

McKelway’s live report began with a factually correct statement about BP’s donations to President Obama. McKelway accurately noted that Obama received $77,051 from the BP employees, information verified by the Center for Responsive Politics.

When McKelway asked one of the event’s participants to comment on it, Ted Glick of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network acknowledged it was a problem for Obama. The rally was organized by left-wing groups Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and Public Citizen.

At the end of the live segment, McKelway talked about the prospect of cap-and-trade legislation in the Senate, a topic related to the rally, which urged lawmakers to “take immediate action to pass climate and energy legislation.”

Nevertheless, the Washington Post, quoting anonymous sources, indicated McKelway’s report crossed the line. The newspaper reported:

According to several of McKelway’s colleagues, the newsman’s reporting may have lapsed into partisan territory when he commented live on the air about the oil industry’s influence in Washington, particularly its contributions to Democratic politicians and legislators.

This is absolutely absurd. The Post’s decision to use anonymous sources to smear McKelway was bad enough, but reporter Paul Farhi also wrote a subjective description of the broadcast instead of simply stating the facts. The newspaper’s own reporters engage in flagrant partisan behavior on a daily basis.

WJLA’s station manager and news director declined to comment on the personnel matter. McKelway isn’t talking either.

Based on what we know — and discounting the questionable and anonymous sources in Farhi’s story — it appears this is a classic case of the mainstream media silencing those who report inconvenient truths about this administration. McKelway is a veteran newsman who has consistently strived for balance in reporting. Unfortunately, in a news environment like Washington, D.C, liberals don’t always like the facts. In this case, McKelway appears to have suffered the consequences.


Wild Thing's comment......

The lilberal media does everything they can to prop him up, and protect him, even as his popularity goes down.

“McKelway’s live report began with a factually correct statement about BP’s donations to President Obama.”

This is one of the few instances when a MSM reporter actually told the truth. Of course, he was immediately suspended and will probably be fired. Disinformation agents are supposed to lie.

So reporting FACTUAL information is now grounds for termination..........unbelievable!

Want to outrage a Conservative? Tell him a lie.

Want to outrage a Liberal? Tell him the truth.

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August 02, 2010

Fox News to Move to Front-row Briefing Room Seat

Fox News to move to ( Helen ) Thomas' front-row briefing room seat

The Hill

The White House Correspondents Association voted unanimously Sunday afternoon to move Fox News to the front row of the White House briefing room.

The seating change was prompted by the resignation of veteran UPI reporter Helen Thomas.

According to Ed Henry, the senior White House correspondent for CNN and member of the WHCA board, the Associated Press will move to the front-row middle seat formerly occupied by Thomas.

Fox News will replace the AP in its former seat, also in the front row, and NPR, which lobbied for Thomas' seat along with Fox and Bloomberg News, will take Fox's former seat in the second row.

The 2010-2011 WHCA board includes representatives from USA Today, Reuters, C-SPAN, the New York Times, Politico, Time Magazine, NPR and the DC Examiner.

Liberal groups had lobbied for NPR's placement in the front row over Fox, which one petition called a "right-wing propaganda outlet."

Wild Thing's comment.......

Congrats, Fox! They should have been there a long time ago.

Now we will see what will happen next because occupying a seat doesn’t necessarily mean that they will be called upon to ask questions.

This is going to drive the left heh heh.

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April 22, 2010

Charles Krauthammer On Obama Is Disarming Against Iran

Krauthammer: It’s “Incomprehensible to Me” as to Why Obama Is Disarming Against the Increasing Iranian Threat


Report: Iran Missile Could Hit U.S. by 2015


Iran could soon be capable of hitting the U.S. with a long range missle. A report by the Defense Department estimates Iran could have such a weapon by 2015.

"With sufficient foreign assistance, Iran could probably develop and test an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the United States by 2015," said the April report, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters.
The report also shows Iran is smuggling weapons to insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan and providing support to Hezbollah and Hamas.
"Iran, through its long-standing relationship with Lebanese (Hezbollah), maintains a capability to strike Israel directly and threatens Israeli and U.S. interests worldwide," the report said.

snipets of the report:

Iran may be able to build a missile capable of striking the United States by 2015, according to an unclassified Defense Department report on Iran's military sent to Congress and released on Monday. "With sufficient foreign assistance, Iran could probably develop and test an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) capable of reaching the United States by 2015," said the April report, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters. A classified version was also submitted to Congress. The timing of advances in Iran's long-range missile technology is being closely watched in Washington, which accuses Tehran of pursuing nuclear weapons and is pushing for a new round of sanctions. Iran denies the charges and says its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes. "Iran's nuclear program and its willingness to keep open the possibility of developing nuclear weapons is a central part of its deterrent strategy," the report said.


The report also included an assessment of Iran's broader military capabilities and support for insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as groups like Hamas in the Palestinian territories and Hezbollah in Lebanon. With Iranian support, Hezbollah has replenished its arsenal beyond levels it had in the 2006 war with Israel, the report said, without offering specifics. "Iran, through its long-standing relationship with Lebanese (Hezbollah), maintains a capability to strike Israel directly and threatens Israeli and U.S. interests worldwide," it said. The report cited recently uncovered caches of weapons that Iran's Qods Force gave to Afghan militants. They contained "large amounts of Iranian-manufactured weapons," including 107 mm rockets. It estimated the size of Iran's "Ground Force" at 220,000 personnel and the Revolutionary Guard Corps's "Ground Resistance Forces" at 130,000 personnel. It said Iran had between 1,800 and 1,900 tanks.

Wild Thing's comment........

Charles is right, and Obama is disarming us little by little for all kinds of threats not only from Iran.

The Democrats insist that an antimissile defense system isn't necessary.

We don't need to worry about a strike from Iran to our country, Obama willl just write another one of his strongly worded letters to prevent a catastrophe.

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April 18, 2010

Dr. Charles Krauthammer At The Center for the American Experiment

It 's better to be paralyzed from the neck down, than to be paralyzed from the neck up

Charles Krauthammer Speech/Comments on the ‘New Economy’ & Barack Obama. Just think Charles did this in June of 2009, he had Obama pegged then just as he does today.

Dr. Charles Krauthammer is on Fox News. He is an M.D. and a lawyer and is paralyzed from the neck down. A friend went to hear Charles Krauthammer. He listened with 25 others in a closed room. What he says here, is NOT 2nd-hand but 1st. The ramifications are staggering for us, the children and their children.

Last Monday was a profound evening, Dr. Charles Krauthammer spoke to the Center for the American Experiment. He is a brilliant intellectual, seasoned & articulate. He is forthright and careful in his analysis, and never
resorts to emotions or personal insults. He is NOT a fear monger nor an extremist in his comments and views. He is a fiscal conservative, and has received a Pulitzer Prize for writing. He is a frequent contributor to Fox News and writes weekly for the Washington Post.

The entire room was held spellbound during his talk. I have summarized his comments, as we are living in uncharted waters economically and internationally. Even 2 Dems at my table agreed with everything he said!

Summary of his comments:

1. Mr. Obama is a very intellectual, charming individual. He is not to be underestimated.. He is a cool customer who doesn't show his emotions. It's very hard to know what's behind the mask. The taking down of the Clinton dynasty was an amazing accomplishment. The Clintons still do not understand what hit them. Obama was in the perfect place at the perfect time.

2. Obama has political skills comparable to Reagan and Clinton. He has a way of making you think he's on your side, agreeing with your position, while doing the opposite. Pay no attention to what he SAYS; rather, watch what he DOES!

3. Obama has a ruthless quest for power. He did not come to Washington to make something out of himself, but rather to change everything, including dismantling capitalism. He can't be straightforward on his ambitions, as the public would not go along. He has a heavy hand, and wants to level the playing field with income redistribution and punishment to the achievers of society. He would like to model the USA after Great Britain or Canada.

4. His three main goals are to control ENERGY, PUBLIC EDUCATION, and NATIONAL HEALTHCARE by the Federal government. He doesn't care about the auto or financial services industries, but got them as an early bonus. The cap and trade will add costs to everything and stifle growth. Paying for FREE college education is his goal. Most scary is his healthcare program, because if you make it FREE and add 46,000,000 people to a Medicare-type single-payer system, the costs will go through the roof. The only way to control costs is with massive RATIONING of services, like in Canada God forbid!

5. He has surrounded himself with mostly far-left academic types. No one around him has ever even run a candy store. But they are going to try and run the auto, financial, banking and other industries. This obviously can't work in the long run. Obama is not a socialist; rather he's a far-left secular progressive bent on nothing short of revolution. He ran as a moderate, but will govern from the hard left.. Again, watch what he does, not what he says.

6. Obama doesn't really see himself as President of the United States , but more as a ruler over the world. He sees himself above it all, trying to orchestrate & coordinate various countries and their agendas. He sees moral equivalency in all cultures. His apology tour in Germany and England was a prime example of how he sees America , as an imperialist nation that has been arrogant, rather than a great noble nation that has at times made errors. This is the first President ever who has chastised our allies and appeased our enemies!

7. He is now handing out goodies. He hopes that the bill (and pain) will not come due until after he is reelected in 2012. He would like to blame all problems on Bush from the past, and hopefully his successor in the future. He has a huge ego, and Dr. Krauthammer believes he is a narcissist.

8. Republicans are in the wilderness for a while, but will emerge strong. Republicans are pining for another Reagan, but there will never be another like him. Krauthammer believes Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty & Bobby Jindahl (except for his terrible speech in February) are the future of the party. Newt Gingrich is brilliant, but has baggage. Sarah Palin is sincere and intelligent, but needs to really be seriously boning up on facts and info if she is to be a serious candidate in the future. We need to return to the party of lower taxes, smaller government,
personal responsibility, strong national defense, and state's rights.

9. The current level of spending is irresponsible and outrageous. We are spending trillions that we don't have. This could lead to hyperinflation, depression or worse. No country has ever spent themselves into prosperity.. The media is giving Obama, Reid and Pelosi a pass because they love their agenda. But eventually the bill will come due and people will realize the huge bailouts didn't work, nor will the stimulus package. These were trillion-dollar payoffs to Obama's allies, unions and the Congress to placate the left, so he can get support for #4 above..

10. The election was over in mid-September when Lehman brothers failed, fear and panic swept in, we had an unpopular President, and the war was grinding on indefinitely without a clear outcome. The people are in pain, and the mantra of change caused people to act emotionally. Any Dem would have won this election; it was surprising it was as close as it was.

11. In 2012, if the unemployment rate is over 10%, Republicans will be swept back into power. If it's under 8%, the Dems continue to roll. If it's between 8-10%, it will be a dogfight. It will all be about the economy. I hope this gets you really thinking about what's happening in Washington and Congress. There is a left-wing revolution going on, according to Krauthammer, and he encourages us to keep the faith and on the loyal resistance. The work will be hard, but we're right on most issues and can reclaim our country, before it's far too late.

There’s a left-wing revolution going on, according to Krauthammer, & he encourages us to keep the faith & join the loyal resistance. The work will be hard, but we’re right on most issues & can reclaim our country, before it's far too late.


Wild Thing's comment.........

I am so glad all of us here are a part of the loyal resistance to reclaim the country.

There are also more names I would add to Charles's list regarding the Republican party. We all have been keeping track who has been taking a stand more then ever against Obama. Like I pointed out at the top of this post, Charles did this in 2009 so I would guess he has names to add to the list and perhaps take some off of it as well. He was upset along with all of us at Gingrich when he would not support the conservative running....just as an example.

Charles is always good!!!! Thank God for him! I would love to meet him in person.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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April 17, 2010

Rush Limbaugh : Thank you Mr. President

Rush Limbaugh reacts to Barack Obama's mocking of the Tea Party movement during a speech, where he said, "You would think they would be saying thank you," for what he falsely claims are "tax cuts."

Limbaugh decided to "oblige" Obama by thanking him for:

-Seizing General Motors and Chrysler
-Appointing a pervert as our safe schools czar
-The generational theft that you have committed
-Insulting and endangering Israel
-Driving up the unemployment rate
-Exploding the annual deposit
-Targeting and destroying private health insurance companies
-Pushing for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to stand trial in New York City
-Helping to destroy the housing market
-Your arrogance, and your divisiveness
-Mocking and disrespecting the American people
-Your never ending support of new Black Panthers and for ACORN
-Embracing our enemies and snubbing our allies

Finally, Limbaugh said, "Most of all Mr. President, thank you for arousing the sleeping silent majority, because we have been asleep for too long. November is coming Mr. President, that is when we will really thank you."


Wild Thing's comment.........

There should be a “November is Coming” bumper sticker.

It’s sobering to see how much damage this SOB has managed to wreak in just under a year and a half.

Posted by Wild Thing at 10:47 AM | Comments (4)

April 08, 2010

Rush Limbaugh Shows How WRONG Obama’s “Islamic Radical” Appeasement Vocabulary: Soon Rapists Will Be Called “Uninvited Penetrators”

RUSH LIMBAUGH: If we can’t call Islamic radicals “Islamic radicals,” we shouldn’t call rapists “rapists.” We should call them “uninvited perpetrators,” or “penetrators,” if you wish. Murderer? Do you think people like being called a murderer, even if they are? Do you think that’s going to forge a decent relationship with murderers? All we do is put ‘em in prison, we make ‘em even angrier. And calling them murderers is even worse. We just need to call them something vague, like a “carbon footprint reducer.” That covers all kinds of political correct ground.

Serial killer? Who wants to be called a serial killer? Doesn’t that offend people? We don’t want to have an outreach to serial killers, do we? “Global warming warrior.” Call a serial killer a “global warming warrior” ’cause that’s a massive carbon footprint reduction. So you call them a “global warming warrior.” A thief? Nobody wants to be called a thief. How we gonna build up outreach and have good relations with thieves if that’s what we call ‘em? It’s going to offend ‘em. We just call ‘em an “income redistributionist,” or call ‘em “Obama.” Kidnapper? Now, that’s vile. Nobody wants to be called a kidnapper. How are we going to have outreach with kidnappers? How we going to build up decent relations with kidnappers to see to it they don’t kidnap anymore? Very simple: We stop calling it kidnapping. We call ‘em “unpaid baby-sitters.” Unpaid baby-sitters.

Wild Thing's comment........

I LOVE how Rush did this breakdown to make his point.

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March 09, 2010

CNN Panel Responding to Obama's Criticism of the Media and His Constant Whine

'NEEDS TO TOUGHEN UP': CNN's Panel of Political Analysts Rip Obama for Coming 'Off Very Whiny'

CNN panel responding to Obama's criticism of the media.

Ed Rollins said, "I think this President comes off very whiny, and I think it's beneath him, and I think at the end of the day he needs to toughen up."

Wolf Blitzer said, "If there was ever a President who had favorable media attention over the past year or two, it was this President, he really did have a nice honeymoon as far as I can recall."

David Gergen agreed, "He had an extraordinary honeymoon as a candidate and the early days of his Presidency." Gergen added, "When you're President you don't whine about these things."

Wild Thing's comment........

In showbiz as it is in any vocation or career it is a good idea to remember those that helped you succeed. It should be a natural thing for a person to be grateful and appreciate others. Obama would not have won if it had not been for the media kissing up to him and in the most sickening way. More then we have ever seen as far as I remember.

Obama only USES people he has no soul, he does not care about anyone. He proves that in his attitude, his way he treats others, his disrespect for success and those that have attained the American dream with his hate for the rich and successful and in other ways he shows his feelings about anyone that is not HIM.

These people are idiots that backed him and pushed him on America. They do not love America and showed that in their not caring about Obama's friendships and associations. Their attacks on those of us that care about our Constitution, Obama's hidden past and birth certificate and so many things. Now they are seeing what it is like even if it is only a little when they are not in Obama's favor or are at the brunt of his whine.

It is sickening how Obama whines all the time and it sure as heck is not Presidential or what a leader would do.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:45 AM | Comments (2)

March 04, 2010

Limbaugh: Hey, Obama. Why Don't You Shut The Hell Up And Stop Lecturing Us. ~ DITTO !

Limbaugh: Hey, Obama. Why Don't You Shut The Hell Up And Stop Lecturing Us.

Wild Thing's comment.......

God bless ElRushbo!

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February 24, 2010

Mark Levin, Rush Limbaugh and Bill Bennett Question Glenn Beck's Strategy

From Bill Bennet, to Rush, to Hannity and Mark Levin, conservative commentators are blasting Beck's CPAC speech.

From Mark Levin's Facebook page

Mark Levin: Mark's New Note: Feb 21, 2010

I was invited to be the opening speaker at Saturday's CPAC session. I had accepted but then, to my amazement, I learned that the John Birch Society would be one of many co-sponsors. This takes the big-tent idea many steps too far for me. So, I withdrew. Apparently, others were not so moved. That's fine. But it wasn't for me. Bill Buckley and Barry Goldwater, among others, chased the Birchers from the movement decades ago. And they're not a part of the movement. So, to give them a booth at CPAC was boneheaded.

I want to commend Bill Bennett for his wise piece this morning on the Corner.

I agree with him. I have no idea what philosophy Glenn Beck is promoting. And neither does he. It's incoherent. One day it's populist, the next it's libertarian bordering on anarchy, next it's conservative but not really, etc. And to what end? I believe he has announced that he is no longer going to endorse candidates because our problems are bigger than politics. Well, of course, our problems are not easily dissected into categories, but to reject politics is to reject the manner in which we try to organize ourselves. This is as old as Plato and Aristotle. Why would conservatives choose to surrender the political battlefield to our adversaries -- who are trashing this society --when we must retake it in order to preserve our society? Philosophy, politics, culture, family, etc., are all of one. Edmund Burke, among others, wrote about it extensively, and far better that I possibly can. But all elements of the civil society require our defense. Besides, why preach such a strategy when conservatism is on the rise and the GOP is acting more responsibly?

Moreover, when he does discuss politics, which, ironically, is often, how can he claim today that there is no difference between the two parties when, but for the Republicans in Congress, government-run health care, cap-and-trade, card check, and a long list of other disastrous policies would already be law? The GOP is becoming more conservative thanks to the grass-roots movement and a political uprising across the country, which has even reached into New Jersey and Massachusetts. Why keep pretending otherwise? My only conclusion is that he is promoting a third party or some third way, which is counter-productive to defeating Obama and the Democrat Congress. These are perilous times and this kind of an approach will keep the statists in power for decades.

And what of his flirtations with Ron Paul's lunacy respecting America's supposed provocations with her enemies, including al-Qaeda? Why should such a fatal defect in thinking be ignored? Do we conservatives agree with this?

Finally, Beck is fond of congratulating himself for being the only or the first host to criticize George Bush's spending. This is demonstrably false. I not only attacked his spending, but the creation of the Homeland Security Department, the prescription drug add-on for Medicare, his "moderate" tax cuts, as well as his nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court, "comprehensive immigration reform," and so forth. And I was not alone -- Rush and Sean did the same, for example. And as someone who fought liberal Republicans in the trenches when campaigning for Reagan in 1976 and 1980, I don't need lectures from Beck, who was nowhere to be found, about big-spending Republicans. But this is not about me, or Beck, or Beck's past drunkenness (which he endlessly wears as some kind of badge of honor). It is about preserving our society for our children and grandchildren. Beck spent precious little time aiming fire at Obama-Pelosi-Reid in his speech, and it is they who are destroying our country.

On as a positive note, I am personally happy to see that Beck has cleaned up his public act -- as best I can tell, no more boiling fake frogs on TV or pretending to pour gasoline on someone -- and the rest of it. But I do think his speech, which contained nuggets of truth heard before and read elsewhere, including on Rush's show and in my book and many other books, may have distracted from some of the more compelling and coherent speeches at the event, including Marco Rubio's superb speech. I fear the media will see to this. I hope not.


And this is just a small part of what Bill Bennett said on his radio show.

For him to continue to say that he does not hear the Republican party admit its failings or problems is to ignore some of the loudest and brightest lights in the party. From Jim DeMint to Tom Coburn to Mike Pence to Paul Ryan, any number of Republicans have admitted the excesses of the party and done constructive and serious work to correct them and find and promote solutions. Even John McCain has said again and again that “the Republican party lost its way.” These leaders, and many others, have been offering real proposals, not ill-informed muttering diatribes that can’t distinguish between conservative and liberal, free enterprise and controlled markets, or night and day. Does Glenn truly believe there is no difference between a Tom Coburn, for example, and a Harry Reid or a Charles Schumer or a Barbara Boxer? Between a Paul Ryan or Michele Bachmann and a Nancy Pelosi or Barney Frank?
To say the GOP and the Democrats are no different, to say the GOP needs to hit a recovery-program-type bottom and hang its head in remorse, is to delay our own country’s recovery from the problems the Democratic left is inflicting. The stakes are too important to go through that kind of exercise, which will ultimately go nowhere anyway — because it’s already happened.


This is from Rush Limbaugh on his show Monday.

I certainly would have mentioned Obama a lot. And I would have mentioned Harry Reid, and I would have mentioned Pelosi, and I would have mentioned the Kennedy seat being won, and I would mention the trouble that Barbara Boxer is in, and I would mention the trouble that the Democrat Party in general is in, and I would say that the Republicans have not joined the Democrats in any of this destruction. The Republican Party has — because of you, because you let them hear from you — not gone bipartisan. They have not joined this failure. In fact, there are people in the House (from John Boehner to Mike Pence, to Eric Cantor, to Paul Ryan) who are doing everything that they can. Jim DeMint over in the Senate, Tom Coburn over in the Senate, these people, especially now don’t deserve to be bashed or lumped in a generalized way with all the bad apples in Washington because all of them there are not bad apples.

These people really, I think, deserve some attaboys. I happen to think that. You know, these guys that I’ve just named, they’re really, really, really going against instinctive grain, operating the way they are. It’s so much easier for you if you just go along. Your life is so much more enjoyable there if you just go along. The media will like you, the Democrats will pretend they like you. Now, these guys are resisting all of that, and I’m going to call ‘em out. I would have identified, by name, those who are undermining this country, and I would have held them to account for the radical policies that they are seeking to impose upon us, and I would have identified the source of those radical policies: And that’s Barack Obama and Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and whoever else you want to name on the White House staff or in the Democrat Party, or any union head. Because that’s who we’re up against. It was just, I thought, great opportunity to keep the momentum going rather than put the brakes on.

I would have tried making people laugh. I’m pretty good at that sometimes because I would have been having fun. I know I’d have been having fun. I’d have fed off the audience energy. Who knows what else I would have come up? I mean, I didn’t know what I was gonna say last year ’til I got up there and started speaking. I never know what I’m gonna say. Sometimes I go out with five or six little outlines, but other than that, I don’t know. This is the Conservative Political Action Committee. It’s not some group of Libertarians. I would have defended conservatism and I would have promoted conservatism and I would have reminded people conservatism is the solution. Conservatism is the answer for this country’s problems and challenges that we face. Nobody’s out there defending bad Republican policies.

The point at this stage is to support the conservatives in and outside public office. I certainly would not have ignored the other team on the field, the Democrats. They’re the only reason we’re in this mess. The Democrat Party is the only reason we are threatened with the things we’re threatened with. The Democrat Party. Solely. They own it. There’s no evidence I see of anybody colluding with the Democrats on this health care business. There’s not one Republican vote in the Senate for it. In the House there was one, I think, from the guy in Louisiana and he said he’s not going to do it a second time. I woulda had a real tough time not talking about cap and trade, Card Check, Miranda rights for terrorists, tax increases, breaking the bank of the American private sector. It would have been very difficult for me to be critical of Dick Cheney.

But to each his own. There are motivations for people who do what they do — and I, as a highly trained broadcast specialist, I think I know what’s going on and why various people are doing what they’re doing and taking positions that they’re taking. But the best way to insure that Obama succeeds is to think that we need a third party. All the momentum that we’ve got going right now is just going to hit a brick wall if a third party starts, particularly on the basis that there’s “no difference between the two parties.” I guarantee you there’s not a Republican I know, elected or unelected, that would propose anything Obama has. They haven’t joined him. We are at this great crossroads in our history because of people who hold a particular ideological point of view. I don’t care what you want to call them. I call them liberals because that’s what they hate and that’s what they are and that’s what the American people reject.

One year after the inauguration of Barack Obama there is a conservative ascendancy within the Republican Party, and it needs to be encouraged, not beaten down. It needs to be inspired. We need to thank them and join them.


Wild Thing's comment.....

I agree with what they are saying. These comments they have made came as the final straw happened with Glenn Beck's speech at CPAC. I heard his speech and was greatly disappointed. I thought at least at CPAC he would appreciate what the conservatives have been doing, the hard work, Tea Parties etc.

Beck has stated many times he is not a Republican and that is OK, but to lump both parties together over and over again as he does not only gets tiresome, it is distructive to our goal as conservatives IMO to take our country back. I agree too we have had several politicans that have stood tall and strong agsinst the left, against Pelosi, Obama, Reid etc. and spoken out. Many times I have posted my respect for these people and how they led the way for Drill here Drill now, fight against Obamacare, Cap and Trade, etc. Glenn it seems cannot see the difference.

Just one more thing it blew me away too when Beck said McCain would have been worse then Obama. I realize Beck likes the dramatic but to say such a thing........well it is over the top. As you know I am no McCain fan. I appreciate and respect his service, I feel horrible he was a POW. But what he and John Kerry did about the remaining POW's in Vietnam and many other things he has been a great disappointment. But to say he is worse then Obama, OMG, not even close.

I hope Glenn listens to what they are saying and thinks about it.

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February 20, 2010

Krauthammer & Limbaugh explain the Debt Reduction Task Force

RUSH: "The sad comedy and the Big Lie continue, ladies and gentlemen, unabated, and although it's not a laughing matter, it nevertheless is hilarious."

"Remember, just yesterday Joe Biden told us how well the stimulus worked and that Obama had saved us from a depression. "The number of newly laid-off workers filing applications for unemployment benefits unexpectedly surged last week after having fallen sharply in the previous week. The gain dampened hopes about how quickly the labor..." this is a joke. The people in the media have become a recurring joke. Unexpectedly surged? Jobless claims unexpectedly surged? Who are these experts? I think they're doing this just to irritate me. "



Charles Krauthammer and Rush Limbaugh explain the fraud of the new Debt Reduction Task Force.
They both are good.

The Obama Economic Comedy: Big Lies and "Unexpected" News

It's sad, comedic, and enraging all at the same time.

Some added comments from Rush's show:

Obama appoints retreads to find a way to solve the deficit. If he wants to fix it, he should look in the mirror -- and repeal his budget with its $1.6T deficit!
"What is the liberals' answer to out-of-control government spending? You create more government to study it!"
"Who spent us into this state of ruin in one year? Barack Hussein Obama."
"There's only one guy Obama should be talking to, and that's himself. We need to send him into a carnival booth surrounded by a thousand mirrors so that whenever he talks, all he sees is himself, because he's the problem!"
"I bet you I can predict what the outcome of this blue-ribbon panel is going to be. These people are going to fix it so that there is going to be a quiet revolution in November and virtually anybody that reminds the voters of this country of anybody in the past year and a half is gone, never to get back to Washington ever again."
"The Obama administration is more intent on destroying what has led to you being able to earn money to even complain about the tax rate. They want to be able to redistribute as much of what everybody earns as possible to create as many serfs and dependents on them as they can and destroy the US private sector."

Wild Thing's comment......

So Obama creates the largest deficits in world history and then has the nerve to try to create a commission to control the deficit.

The democrat answer to everything, Form a committe instead of hitting the problem head on. They know what the cause is, they just want more time to screw up so they can implment their own plans.

Want to bet their answer will be more taxes?

Posted by Wild Thing at 06:49 AM | Comments (3)

February 18, 2010

Rush Calls Obama's Lies About The Stimulus "The Big Lie"

Rhetoric vs. Results: Exploring the Democrat Record on Jobs

"Here are the results of one party control of the government by the Democrats: 4 million 22 thousand total jobs lost with unemployment reaching its highest point in 25 years"

The last 11 months have been spent on an agenda that is out of step with the struggles of the American people. An agenda that expands the reach of government, increases the deficit, and requires us to borrow even more money from foreign countries.


Rush: "Lets go back to Hitler and The Big Lie, in his 1925 autobiography Mein Kampf, 'expression was coined by Hitler to describe a lie so colossal...The Big Lie had to big, it had to be so big that nobody would believe anybody would have the audacity to lie that way, if you're gonna go, if you're gonna lie, go big, put your lie on an Atlas rocket and launch and fire that sucker

"Obama has spent more than FDR did on the New Deal and there's nothing to show for it, zilch, zero, nada.

"I know, I know, I know, we're not supposed to talk about Adolf Hitler,
but this administration is making it really, really tough to ignore some facts out there."

"The Big Lie was an expression coined by Hitler and the Big Lie is exactly what all of liberalism, Marxism, socialism or communism is."

"Would somebody explain to me why we need a blue ribbon commission on fiscal responsibility?
Is that not the job of our elected leaders in Congress and in the White House?"

"I can't stand being lied to, that, and arrogance and condescension, cockiness, unwarranted conceit,
those kind of human characters just drive me nuts."

"The Big Lie today is the stimulus worked. They're doubling down on this and the reason why they're doubling down on this is because it's been such an abominable failure."

"John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan showed that you must cut taxes to increase revenues to the Treasury,
because cutting taxes will lead to new jobs."

"Long-term we're in deep, deep, deep trouble because this debt that he's run up cannot be sustained,
and down the road, if these people are still in office after 2012, we're going to have tax increases out the wazoo. Everybody."

"What do I stand for? Limited government. Fiscal responsibility. Strong military. Tax cuts. Incentivizing business.
Recognizing who it is that makes the country work, it's the private sector, recognizing the history of this country
and our traditions and our Constitution. That's the only document we need, and you apply it to every issue that comes along."

"Do you realize how much money has been spent, allocated and now wasted on a hoax?
We have destroyed the US automobile business over a hoax!
We have polluted the minds of children in our public school system for decades over a hoax!

"Barack Obama has the audacity to claim that he inherited a mess from Bush,
yet he voted for every phase of it, for every spending bill that Bush and the Republicans put forward."

"George W. Bush took the unemployment rate down to 4.7% It started skyrocketing up the moment Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats took control of the House in 2007."


Wild Thing's comment.........

They keep repeating and repeating and repeating that the stimulus worked when the economy is worse than it was when they started. Everyone knew that it was nothing more than what Rush calls a democrat slush fund full of pet projects. And apparently there is quite a sum in the order of hundreds of billions that is still unspent.

The MSM continues to repeat their lies about the stimulus, refusing to hold Obama accountable and that’s how he propagates the lie. If the MSM weren’t in his back pocket, um like the last president, he’d never get away with this lie. So when Rush compares it to Hitler’s “The Big Lie”, it doesn’t seem that far off.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:48 AM

February 15, 2010

Rush Limbaugh Takes Wolf Blitzer To Task

Rush Limbaugh taking apart Wolf Blitzer for his bias in favor of Obama and against George W. Bush and Sarah Palin. Limbaugh plays clips from one day in 2006 when Blitzer repeatedly headlined President Bush's declining poll numbers. He then played what Blitzer had to say recently about Obama's declining poll numbers.

Note the contrast.

Wild Thing's comment........

LOL I love the way Rush points this out.

Crickets ......LOL hahahahaha good one.

Posted by Wild Thing at 06:48 AM | Comments (3)

January 28, 2010

MSNBC Chris Matthews Says He "Forgot For An Hour That Barack Obama Was Black" ~ OMG!

MSNBC hack Chris Matthews says he forgot for an hour that Barack Obama was black.

The tingle appears to be back for Chris Matthews, for shortly after Barack Obama finished his State of the Union address Wednesday, the "Hardball" host said he forgot the President was black.

Speaking with fellow MSNBCers Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann, Matthews gushed, "You know, I was trying to think about who he was tonight, and it's interesting: He is post-racial by all appearances."

He then amazingly added, "You know, I forgot he was black tonight for an hour"

Wild Thing's comment.......

The libs are so focused on ethnicity and skin color. Matthews reveals himself to be obsessed with race. Chris Matthews continues to embarrass himself, but he’s so far gone he doesn’t know it or care.

Imagine if a real journalist who doesn't deliver the KoolAid said this???

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:50 AM | Comments (15)

January 27, 2010

Busted! Obama Praise Planted In U.S. Newspapers


Busted! Obama praise planted in U.S. newspapers

Bogus messages from 'president's supporters' infest American print


Obama supporters are flooding newspapers with pro-Obama letters purportedly from average citizens – with duplicate messages appearing in more than 70 publications across the nation.

One writer identified as "Ellie Light" has published identical form letters in newspapers around the country. Sabrina Eaton of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Light claims to have different hometowns within the respective newspaper readership areas. Each letter is nearly identical in grammar, style and subject.

"Today, the president is being attacked as if he'd promised that our problems would wash off in the morning. He never did," she writes. "It's time for Americans to realize that governing is hard work, and that a president can't just wave a magic wand and fix everything."

The following is Light's letter posted on USA Today's website in which she lists Long Beach, Calif., as her home:


A similar letter appeared in Alabama's Huntsville Times, signed Ellie J. Light. But this time the woman claims to be from Huntsville:

In numerous letters, Ellie Light lists various hometowns in at least 31 states and the District of Columbia.

The Patterico's Pontifications blog posted links to 65 local publications, three national publications and two foreign publications that posted Light's letters. The blog invited readers to share additional links. Dozens of tips leading to additional publications are still pouring in.

The website noted that Obama "Astroturfers are coming out of the woodwork."

Aside from Light's messages, duplicate pro-Obama letters have been submitted to dozens of publications by writers identified as "Jan Chen," "Gloria Elle," "Cherry Jimenez," "Janet Leigh," "Earnest Gardner," "Jen Park," "Lars Deerman," "John F. Stott," "Gordon Adams," "Nancy Speed," "Sheila Price," "Clarence Ndangam," "Vernetta Mason," "Greg Mitchell," "Ermelinda Giurato," "J. Scott Piper," "Robert Vander Molen" and "Terri Reese."

Just as news of Light's duplicate messages broke, readers began finding various letters written by "Mark Spivey," a man who simultaneously claims to live in San Diego, Calif., and Naples, Fla. His pro-Obama letter, "Considering Afghanistan," was published by the Minnesota Daily, the Baltimore Chronicle, the San Diego Union-Tribune and Naples News.

~ snipet ~

The blogosphere is buzzing with speculation about the true identities of pro-Obama letter writers. Some comments include the following:

Anyone agree that this Ellie Light is none other than the POTUS (president of the United States) himself?

What we have here is a real mystery. Not! The White House pays people to do this. There are Obama "supporters" paid to post on lots of sites. You can recognize the names and the talking points that the White House is putting out. … That is what they are paid to do. Fool the press into thinking that Obama is not tanking.

A new low for Obama, writing his own letters in support of himself.

I guess we know what Anita Dunn is now doing these days.

Rahm Emanuel is my guess.

She probably works for ACORN.

Ellie is obviously Robert Gibbs' alter ego.

It's George Soros! They finally found him! The one real supporter of "hero" Obama has gone underground as a female citizen. Wow!

It's definitely organized, and I'm not surprised by the lies and phoniness of it all. That's how the president and Democratic Party operate.

Why would Obama need letters in newspapers making excuses for the horrible job he's doing? He's already got most of the mainstream media covering for him and singing his praises like Obama was a religion seven evenings a week.

This administration is becoming more and more of a carnival show with every passing day: It's rigged. Nothing is real, and in the end it costs you a lot of money and you walk away with some worthless little prize.

You know, it never ceases to amaze me, the depths Obots have plunged my former party. You'd think I would be used to it by now, but no. You take another nosedive every two weeks or so.

Ellie Light = Keith Olbermann.



Wild Thing's comment.......

Good grief! Desperation if it is Obama. I would not put it past him to do this or have someone do it.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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January 26, 2010

Newsweeks Evan Thomas Changes His Mind From When He Said "Obama Is Sort of god"

Newsweek's Evan Thomas saying President Obama is facing a "revolt" by voters because he was "not fundamentally honest" with the American people about the true options on Health Care, Jobs, etc. Thomas said Americans "smelled dishonesty and a rat" in the process Obama has used in trying to get his agenda pushed through.

Big difference from .seven monhs ago, this same Evan Thomas said "Obama is sort of god"

Wild Thing's comment.......

This is a vindication of Joe Wilson, when he yelled out " YOU LIE". Everything about Obama is a LIE.

Hell hath no fury like a MSM reporter who finally realizes he was duped by a God with feet of clay.

More of this will come.

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January 07, 2010

Welcome Back Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh was back on the radio yesterday giving a detailed explanation of his health scare. Limbaugh was hospitalized after suffering chest pains while on vacation in Hawaii over the holidays.









Some Ruysh Quotes from yesterday's show:

"Those people that were delighting in my potential death and distress, even hoping that I would die?
They're the same people who are asking to control the health care system."

"We live in an era where nothing is a surprise but everything's an outrage."

"The Democrats are retiring, make no mistake about it, because Barack Obama is destroying his party."

"What Obama wants I hope doesn't happen.
We're not sitting here envying Venezuelans.
We want a better life for ourselves and for future generations and Obama is not interested in providing that."

"I don't think the Democrat Party has the slightest idea the genuine outrage that exists out there.
The Democrat Party is at war with the American people.
The Democrat Party treats Americans worse than it treats foreign terror suspects."

"The American people have made it plain on health care and cap and trade, they want no part of this.
This is not what they voted for."

"The people of this country are going to end up being heard and they're going to strike back, despite efforts to smear them
and assassinate their character, which is what the Democrat Party is doing, and this is dawning on more and more people."

"It's the Democrat Party that's smearing average Americans.
Tea party people are average Americans who simply oppose socialism, and you can hear how they're discussed."

"Obama is a wrecking ball wherever he goes."

"There is no love anymore for Obama.
There is no swooning.
There is no messianic anything.
He's a screw up."

"I'm waiting to hear from Colin Powell, Tom Ridge and all these others who said that the American people wanted all this socialism, remember?"

"This is not about the health care system improving for anybody.
None of that is true.
Democrats being compassionate itself is a fraud."

"The Democrats don't care what's specifically in this, because getting it is the prize, a monument to Obama.
He's satisfied that there's enough in this that's going to give him and his government sufficient and additional control over people's lives."


Wild Thing's comment........

He looked and sounded great and strong. Thank God ElRushbo is ok.

So good to have the big guy back behind the Golden EIB Microphone.

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November 12, 2009

Anchor Lou Dobbs Departs CNN

New York


CNN's Lou Dobbs stepped down from his controversial role as an advocacy anchor at the network at the end of his show Wednesday night after announcing plans to seek a more activist role.

"Over the past six months, it has become increasingly clear that strong winds of change have begun buffeting this country and affecting all of us, and some leaders in media, politics and business have been urging me to go beyond the role here at CNN and to engage in constructive problem-solving as well as to contribute positively to a better understanding of the great issues of our day and to continue to do so in the most honest and direct language possible," Dobbs said during his 7 p.m. broadcast.

Dobbs, 64, said he had discussed the issue with CNN President Jonathan Klein, who had agreed to a release from his contract "that will enable me to pursue new opportunities."

In a written statement, Klein called Dobbs "a valued founding member of the CNN family."

"For decades, Lou fearlessly and tirelessly pursued some of the most important and complex stories of our time, often well ahead of the pack," Klein said. "All of us will miss his appetite for big ideas, the megawatt smile and larger-than-life presence he brought to our newsroom, and we're grateful to have known and worked with him over the years.
"With characteristic forthrightness, Lou has now decided to carry the banner of advocacy journalism elsewhere. We respect his decision and wish him, Debi [Dobbs' wife], and his family the very best."
Dobbs, who is the last of the 29-year-old network's original anchors, said he was considering "a number of options and directions."

He cited the growth of the middle class, the creation of jobs, health care, immigration policy, the environment, climate change and the U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan as "the major issues of our time."

But, he said, "Each of those issues is, in my opinion, informed by our capacity to demonstrate strong resilience of our now weakened capitalist economy and demonstrate the political will to overcome the lack of true representation in Washington, D.C. I believe these to be profoundly, critically important issues and I will continue to strive to deal honestly and straightforwardly with those issues in the future." Read Dobbs' full statement about his departure from CNN

Those issues, he added, are defined in the public arena "by partisanship and ideology rather than by rigorous, empirical forethought, analysis and discussion," and he vowed to work to change that.

In an e-mail to CNN staff members, Klein described the parting as "extremely amicable," and said Dobbs' replacement would be announced soon.

Dobbs was with Cable News Network from its initial broadcasts in 1980, acting as chief economics correspondent and host of the business program "Moneyline."

His no-holds-barred, sometimes acerbic style brought him a loyal following, but also attracted controversy both to him and to the network, especially over the subject of illegal immigrants.

Dobbs will continue as anchor of The Lou Dobbs Show, a daily radio show that began in March 2008 and is distributed to more than 160 stations nationwide by United Stations Radio Networks Inc.

Wild Thing's comment.......

He did a lot to get the word out about the illegals and several other things as well. I would like it if FOX News would sign him up. They could get rid of Geraldo or Shep Smith.

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November 02, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Complete Interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday

Axelrod fires back at Limbaugh.


White House senior adviser David Axelrod shot back on Sunday to scathing criticism by conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh. “It is a surreal day when you are getting lectures on humility by Rush Limbaugh,” Axelrod said on CBS’s "Face The Nation."

“He is an entertainer. The president has to run the country.”Limbaugh called Obama “immature, inexperienced,” “narcissistic,” and “a child,” on "Fox News Sunday."He also accused President Barack Obama of “destroying” the economy, pursuing an “unconstitutional” health care reform plan, and “not caring” about the war in Afghanistan, in the Fox interview.“It’s no surprise that Rush Limbaugh espouses the views that he espouses,” said Axelrod. “He’s marketing the outrageous and he does very well with it.”


Here is complete video of Rush Limbaugh's extensive interview yesterday with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday:




Wild Thing's comment........

That was a great interview with Rush.

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October 31, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Will Be On "FOX News Sunday" with Chris Wallace Sunday ( Tomorrow )

"FOX News Sunday" with Chris Wallace, airs Sunday on FOX News Channel. Check the list below for local airtimes of "FOX News Sunday."

'FOX News Sunday' Airtimes

Chris Wallace was on with the Friends yesterday reporting live from West Palm Beach where he was eagerly waiting to go to Rush’s estate for the interview...he was really excited, too.

The democrat’s health care bill will kill private insurance, will fund abortion, will cover illegal immigrants, will not be deficit neutral, will cost taxpayers over a trillion dollars and will even include death panels.

Here is a preview of Rush Limbaugh's appearance on "Fox News Sunday" where he warns that the Health Care bill is "going to be the biggest snatch of freedom and liberty that has yet occurred in this country."

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October 28, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Responds To Coward and Communist Lover Hanoi John Kerry


Rush Limbaugh - These people have No Guts Nor do They have Souls

John Kerry talking about Afghanistan said "because of the gross mishandling of this war by past civilian leadership, there are no great options for it's handling today. One American officer captured well our lack of a strategy when he said we haven't been fighting in Afghanistan 8 years, we've been fighting in Afghanistan 1 year, 8 times in a row. That is our inheritance."

Reacting to Kerry's remarks Rush said :

These people are absolutely shameless. They have no guts, nor do they have souls. The Bush-Cheney administration left them with a plan. Robert Gibbs was forced to admit they got the plan and implemented it, in March. You inherited a successful strategy, Senator Kerry, that this man-child president imposed. He implemented it. The gross mishandling of this war by past civilian leadership? There are no great options for its handling? Whatever happened to the concept of winning? There are no great options today? So you are dithering on troops because of Bush and Cheney? This is a party that's lost. This is a party that is dangerous to this country's future and security. These are people who are in a permanent campaign mode, and right now that campaign mode is anti-Bush, and for the simple reason they think that's what will get their irons out of the fire. They get into trouble and they think all they gotta do is mention Bush. And it isn't going to be long before a whole lot of people are saying, "Gosh, I wish Bush was running this."

Ah, isn't it wonderful how history repeats itself, ladies and gentlemen. The North Vietnamese and the Vietcong's favorite Senator, John Kerry, back to undermine another war. He undermined Vietnam; he undermined Iraq, and now he's undermining Afghanistan. So now he's Al-Qaeda's favorite senator, and the Taliban's favorite senator along with the North Vietnamese and Vietcong's favorite senator, and probably the favorite senator of the Khmer Rouge of Pol Pot. He trashed General McChrystal while at the Council on Foreign Relations as well.

'Good Enough' Isn't

Investors Business Daily

War On Terror: Sen. John Kerry, who was so wrong about Iraq, now says our commander in Afghanistan is "reaching too far, too fast" and that a "good enough" policy should suffice. It won't.
Offering his advice on how to micromanage the war against the Taliban, Kerry said Gen. Stanley McChrystal, President Obama's hand-picked general to fight what he called a "war of necessity," is wrong in saying he needs 40,000 more troops to fight and win it.
Speaking before the Council on Foreign Relations on Monday, Kerry advocated a "good enough" policy designed not to achieve victory in al-Qaida's former home base but to merely get our troops out of there. "I believe his (McChrystal's) current plan reaches too far, too fast," he said.
Kerry also criticized McChrystal's counterinsurgency strategy, saying, "We don't have to control every hamlet and village."

Yet it was a similar surge in Iraq that brought us victory. By having enough troops to provide security to "every hamlet and village," it showed the Iraqi people we wouldn't abandon them and gave them the courage and support they needed to rise up, reconcile, cooperate and fight for their own country.

In his party's weekly radio address in February 2007, the Massachusetts senator said: "Another 21,000 troops sent into Iraq, with no visible end or strategy, ignores the best advice from our own generals and isn't the best way to keep faith with the courage and commitment of our soldiers." Kerry branded the proposal for additional forces by Gen. David Petraeus, our commander in Iraq, as "nothing more than the escalation of a misguided war."

Kerry was wrong then and he's wrong now. Vietnam vet Kerry, of all people, should be aware of the perils of micromanaging a war from afar, dithering on strategy and settling for less than victory.

More troops by itself is not an answer, but with the right strategy and the right commander they can be the tipping point, as Petraeus showed in Iraq. Once the goal of victory was established, President Bush let his commanders on the ground decide how to get there. Petraeus asked for more troops. He got them. He won.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Thank you Rush!

Kerry is a reprehensible Liberal playing anti-American games with our security and our troops.

TWO months ago our troops dialed 911 and Obama put them on hold.

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October 23, 2009

MSNBC's Contessa Brewer Calls Jesse Jackson Al Sharpton - Jesse Not Happy ~ LMAO

MSNBC daytime anchor Contessa Brewer was betrayed (or so she says) by her prompter into welcoming Reverend Al Sharpton onto her show, when really the person in the studio was Reverend Jesse Jackson. Jackson, as you can imagine, was not pleased. But as Gawker's John Cook pointed out, "If Fox News did this, there would be sit-ins."

Wild Thing's comment...........

LOL He was soooo O-fended to be taken for a bigger A-hole than he already is. Birds of a feather.
Jackson not liking this shows us there is professional jealousy between two competing race and poverty pimps.

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Thug Muslim Obama Pushes Hard To Make More and More Enemies

Obama suggests Fox News is like 'talk radio'

The Hill

Fox News is "operating basically as talk radio," President Obama suggested in an interview airing today.

After weeks of public feuding between the cable news channel and the president's top aides, Obama seemed to agree with statements by his advisers that Fox is not a real "news station."

"I think what our advisers have simply said is that we are going to take media as it comes," Obama told NBC's Savannah Guthrie. "And if media is operating basically as a talk radio format then that's one thing, and if it's operating as a news outlet that's another but it's not something I'm losing sleep over."

White House Senior Adviser David Axelrod said this weekend that Fox is "not really a news station." That echoies similar comments made by White House Communications Director Anita Dunn and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.

Republicans do what they are told Obama says in one of his stupid ass speechs. To his kool-aid drinkers and fellow travelers.

Wild Thing's comment.......

Obama's comments and all his he cannot blame anyone else, have caused tourism to drop off in places like Las Vegas and other places that companies would go to for meetings and get together. Driving more people to be laid off in those areas and hurting the economy.

He has threatened ALL of us that speak out telling us to shut up, that turn in others email BS he did using our Tax dollars to have a website connected to the WH to report others to, threatened people during the campaign to turn people in that had NO Obama stickers on their vehicles or signs in their yards into the police. The list is LONG of his threats and demands and whines and complaints.

Obama is NO man he is a limp wristed unmanly cry baby DICtator that demands to be right or he will attack the other person or news group or talk radio host.

Thank you Mike Pence!

10-22-2009 - Pence Defends Conservative Media On House Floor


....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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..... Thank you Richard for sending this to me.

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Obama and White House Try to Bar Fox News

The White House banned FOX News today from interviewing the Pay Czar along with the other four major state-run media outlets. FOX News has been a member of the five network rotation since 1997. Surprisingly, the Washington bureau chiefs of the five TV news networks stepped in an agreed to skip the interview if FOX was not included.
The administration relented… this time and allowed FOX to attend.

Wild Thing's comment........

Welcome to the world of Hugo Chavez and Castro and have your pick of any of the dictators.

They may have over reached today. Once the rest of the pool said no way, Fox must be included, the WH had to back down at least for today. Maybe the other news sources are starting to recognize tyranny in the making.

Its pretty obvious that this Administration is run by a pack of marxist propagandists who believe in the power of the big lie and why shouldn't they, it took them all the way to the White House.

Problem is they are SO ARROGANT that even the leftist stooges at the other news outlets are becoming alarmed, especially since their ratings are slipping and the only fair and balanced network ratings are soaring.

Obama and his ilk .... Epic Fail— Now that's a nice headline.

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Chris Matthews ~ Religious Right Most Resemble Taliban

A couple good nuggets in this video, besides Ron Reagan throwing a little tantrum, Ron Gaffney says "your father would be ashamed of you" to Ron Reagan, watch Ron start wagging his finger and says "you better watch your mouth about that Frank"

Matthews: (Right around the 2:00 mark) "The group in this country that most resembles the Taliban is the religious right"

Gaffney: "Rubbish"

Wild Thing's comment........

Oh realy Matthews? I think the left in our country is more dangerous then the Taliban. We can legally SHOOT the Taliban.

Frank Gaffney and Ron Reagan get into a heated debate about Afghanistan. Notice how Matthews can't resist a parting shot at the religious right at the end. This is the network that meets with Obama's approval according to one of Obama's own statements. LOL

Ron Reagan Jr. has always been an idiot, nothing new with him.

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October 22, 2009

Obama Comments on HIS War With Fox News

Obama in an interview aired tonight on NBC where he dissed Fox News as a "talk radio format" as opposed to a "news outlet." He said "we are going to take media as it comes," and added - "It's not something I'm losing a lot of sleep over."

Obama had been asked if it is appropriate to be "working the umps" in regards to calling Fox News "not a news outlet."

Here is what Obama said:

"I think what our advisors have simply said is that we are going to take the media as it comes, and if media is operating, basically as a talk radio format, then, that's one thing, and if it is operating as a news outlet, then that's another, but I'm not something that I'm losing a lot of sleep over."

Wild Thing's comment.......

"It's not something I'm losing a lot of sleep over."

Translation: I'm obsessed with beating Fox News.

Obama is a sack of horse crap!

The man is in terror...he’s failing into catastropic ruin because he’s incompetent, his handlers are are mad because he can’t get control of the country’s 15.3% of GNP health care dollars, and his climate change hoax is being outed...the hounds are getting closer and closer to his birth certificate information, he’s scared spitless of spending the majority of his life in prison for fraud and conspiracy.

If the man’s not losing sleep, then he must be a total sociopath!

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October 19, 2009

Fox News Fires Marc Lamont Hill

Marc Lamont Hill, Laura Ingraham, and Tammy Bruce discuss Congresswoman Diane Watson's comments about race and the state of health care in America. They also address Watson's comments about Fidel Castro and Cuban healthcare.

Cliff Kincaid over at Accuracy in Media (AIM) announces Fox News has fired Marc Lamont Hill. Cliff represented AIM at NewsCorp's annual meeting. (”Accuracy in Media is a News Corp. shareholder.”) AIM reports that he asked Rupert Murdoch why someone with Hill's radical views would have a role as a Fox News commentator:

Before Kincaid completed the background for his question, News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch interrupted Kincaid to say that he appreciated Cliff's work on this matter, and that Hill had been "fired" last week.

David Horowitz started the ball rolling when he questioned why Bill O'Reilly interviewed Hill, a "hip-hop culture" expert, for an entire segment about Iran. Then NewsReal bloggers, Cliff Kincaid, and others began digging.

The Hollywood Reporter reports, Lamont Hill "has been the target of increasing criticism on the blogosphere for alleged sympathies to controversial figures including Assata Shakur and Mumia Abu-Jamal." He also defended Van Jones on Fox News' "On the Record with Greta van Susteren."

He would plaster his Twitter page with police mug shot photos of convicted cop-killer Assata Shakur? Fox News contributor Marc Lamont Hill did. At least until David Horowitz and Accuracy in Media took notice and wrote about it.

Marc Lamont Hill isn’t Just An Admirer of Cop-Killer Mumia Abu-Jamal, He’s His Publisher

David Horowitz Freedom Center, October 6, 2009

Marc Lamont Hill, Sept 7, 2009: QUOTE

"I am thrilled to announce that Mumia Abu-Jamal has joined the Barbershop as a weekly contributor!! His column, “Live From Death Row,” will appear every Wednesday starting next week.
" Mumia Abu-Jamal is one of the world’s most celebrated journalists, freedom fighters, and political prisoners. Since his early days in Philadelphia, Mumia was an active member of the Black freedom struggle. From his award-winning journalism to his involvement with the Black Panther Party, Mumia has devoted his life to Black liberation. Wrongfully incarcerated since 1981 for the murder of Officer Daniel Faulkner, Mumia has continued to place a spotlight on various forms of injustice around the globe through his numerous columns, commentaries, and books. Mumia has generated international support for his own case, which has been one of the most glaring and repugnant reflections of the criminal (in)justice system."

"Relax, y'all. Don't believe the internet rumors," Lamont Hill tweeted earlier today, but he would later confirm the news to the Huffington Post, saying, "I am no longer employed by Fox News and grateful for the opportunity and I have nothing bad to say."


Wild Thing's comment.......

We are at war with the enmy within. Good that Murdoch understands that.

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October 17, 2009

Leaked Network Memo Reveals:Obama Controls Your Television Set

LEAKED NETWORK MEMO REVEALS: Obama Controls Your Television Set

Big Hollywood

by John Nolte

On September 10th of this year the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) posted a press release informing the world that “from October 19-25, more than 60 network TV shows [will] spotlight the power and personal benefits of service,” and that this “unprecedented block of TV programming is the first wave of a multi-year ‘I Participate’ campaign.”

On its face this all sounds rather benign in that silly, liberal do-gooder kind of way. The networks have launched these kinds of campaigns before and other than some clunky exposition awkwardly inserted into your favorite show to meet the mandate — no harm, no foul.

But this year there are a couple new strangers in town: “Volunteerism” and “Service.” You’ve heard of them. Their names have been bandied everywhere since President Obama took office, and this internal memo from the EIF to network showrunners obtained by Big Hollywood shows that the entertainment industry is well acquainted and eager to introduce both to as vast an audience as possible:

Like the NEA story, once again we see the same buzzwords pop up; suggested topics pitched to an overwhelmingly left-of-center group: Education, health, environment, the economy and lastly — almost as an afterthought as some kind of “bi-partisan” cover – support for military families.

We’ll have to wait until next week to see what effect this initiative will have on the 60 television (and news) programs in question, but thanks to the intrepid Patrick Courrielche and Stage Right, today we can answer the simple question of…

“What’s wrong with this?”

Doing the work the Kamikaze Media (many of whom are participating in this event rather than digging for the story) refuses, and with the help of Big Government’s Dana Loesch, Patrick and Stage Right have discovered that when it comes to this White House – whether it’s the NEA conference calls or EIF’s iParticipate programming — all roads funnel into one place: online volunteer portals, including, where if you plug in “health care” all kinds of Planned Parenthood openings pop up along with a video dispelling those ugly “myths” knocking ObamaCare.

There’s scarier stuff, but I don’t want to spoil the surprise. *cough*Trutherism*cough*

We’ll start with Stage Right. Next week, tens, if not hundreds of millions of Americans, will be urged through the (ab)use of public airwaves to log on to the EIF iParticipate site and volunteer. Stage Right will give you a preview of what the unsuspecting and well-intentioned, including your children, will find.

If you’re thinking it’s all about “Meals on Wheels,” think again.

From there, Patrick Courrielche will describe how this EIF initiative fits into a broader White House plan, including the push to politicize the NEA, to redefine “art” as “service” and engage an all too compliant news, entertainment, and artistic community to start a volunteer army through these online portals.

First the NEA, now the EIF…

Starting to notice a pattern?

Wild Thing's comment...........

I want this Communist SOB OUT of my face. It isn't only his thing about being on TV, he is on covers of magazines etc. Although the magazine covers have gotten less and less lately thank you God.

....Thank you Richard for sending this to me.

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October 13, 2009

Manhattan Institute Wriston Lecture: Charles Krauthammer

In case Institute’s website is down, YouTube has the following two-minute clip, which captures the speech’s flavor. But if you can the entire speech is very interesting.

Webpage with embedded video:

Direct link:

Manhattan Institute Wriston Lecture

The Manhattan Institute has been an important force in shaping American political culture. By supporting and publicizing research on our era's most challenging public policy issues: taxes, welfare, crime, the legal system, urban life, race, education, and many other topics, we have won new respect for market-oriented policies and helped make reform a reality.

The Manhattan Institute regularly hosts forums in New York City and Washington, DC for policy makers, business people, researchers and journalists.

Decline Is a Choice
Dr. Charles Krauthammer, Syndicated Columnist

Wild Thing's comment........

LOL I love his humor, on the full length version of the video he shows his humor.

He gives some very interesting points to consider.

....Thank you JohnE PFC U.S. Army for sending this to me.

Soldier/Generator Mechanic
Companies: 288TH Q.M. Co

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October 03, 2009

US ( OBAMA ) Relinquishes Control of the Internet

US relinquishes control of the internet

• Icann ends agreement with the US government

• Move will give other countries a prominent internet role


After complaints about American dominance of the internet and growing disquiet in some parts of the world, Washington has said it will relinquish some control over the way the network is run and allow foreign governments more of a say in the future of the system.

Icann – the official body that ultimately controls the development of the internet thanks to its oversight of web addresses such as .com, .net and .org – said today that it was ending its agreement with the US government.

The deal, part of a contract negotiated with the US department of commerce, effectively pushes California-based Icann towards a new status as an international body with greater representation from companies and governments around the globe.

Icann had previously been operating under the auspices of the American government, which had control of the net thanks to its initial role in developing the underlying technologies used for connecting computers together.

But the fresh focus will give other countries a more prominent role in determining what takes place online, and even the way in which it happens – opening the door for a virtual United Nations, where many officials gather to discuss potential changes to the internet.

Icann chief Rod Beckstrom, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur and Washington insider who took over running the organisation in July, said there had been legitimate concerns that some countries were developing alternative internets as a way of routing around American control.
"It's rumoured that there are multiple experiments going on with countries forking the internet, various countries have discussed this," he said. "This is a very significant shift because it takes the wind out of our opponents."
He added that the changes would prove powerful when combined with upcoming plans to allow web users to use addresses with names in Chinese, Arabic or other alphabets other than Latin. Many countries have lobbied for the shift in recent years, as the expansion of the web reaches out deeper into society and business.

While the issue reached critical mass in emerging economies such as China, it is not the only country that has lobbied for a change. Earlier this year European officials said that they did not think it was proper for America to retain so much control over the global computer network.

Viviane Reding, the EU's commissioner for information society and media, said she was pleased that Washington chose to make the shift.
"I welcome the US administration's decision to adapt Icann's key role in internet governance to the reality of the 21st century," she said. "If effectively and transparently implemented, this reform can find broad acceptance among civil society, businesses and governments alike."

Meanwhile Nominet - the British organisation that handles the day-to-day running of .uk domain names - said that Icann had started a trend for companies with internet influence to appear more open and accountable.

"Putting public interest first will also be a focus for the UK internet community over the coming months as there is growing support for Nominet to develop more of a public interest role," said Nominet's chief executive, Lesley Cowley.

The new agreement comes into force immediately. It replaces the old version which had been in place since 1998 and was scheduled to expire today.

Beckstrom suggested that bringing more countries to the table was the best way of ensuring the long term future of the internet.

"We're more global, period. The chances of the internet holding together just went up, the cohesion just went up," he said. "We expect more active involvement from governments, a higher level of participation from many governments and we're already hearing about more governments joining the team… This was, ironically, a power move from the US."

Wild Thing's comment..........

There isn’t a nation on earth that has free speech and press the way we know it. I mean as we have known it in the past.

Washington has said it will relinqush some control over the way the network is run and allow foreign governments more of a say in the future of the system.

Oh I bet and this is all from Obama wanting more power and his love of the UN.

While the Internet should never be under the control of ANY loser government(s), free speech was probably LEAST threatened when it was under US control. Now, the political floodgates are OPENED! Like how the CHIComs run their internet is NOT a good thing, they do a lot of control over there, and block sites.

But the fresh focus will give other countries a more prominent role in determining what takes place online, and even the way in which it happens – opening the door for a virtual United Nations, where many officials gather to discuss potential changes to the internet.

Virtual UN dictating the Internet. Great. This is all about the UN getting control of the Internet.

It is ANOTHER surrender of American dominance all done by Obama.

Carter gave away the Panama Canal, now completely controlled by....China.

Hussein gives away control of the internet. Care to guess what open minded advocates of free speech will be running the show in 10 years?

I am amazed at the shortsightedness of the decision makers. Horrible. Giving control of the UN to all the nut cases and the Americai haters there was apparently not enough of a sign that it would be a really bad idea to relinquish control of a major asset/resource to these same people. The ability of the internet to spread the idea of freedom will be hampered by this decision.

The story is also here:

US to share Internet review amid worldwide growth By ANICK JESDANUN (AP)

NEW YORK — As Internet use expands worldwide, the United States said Wednesday it will give other governments and the private sector a greater oversight role in an organization whose decisions affect how computers relay traffic such as e-mail and Twitter posts.

The move comes after European regulators and other critics have said the U.S. government could wield too much

influence over a system used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide. Those critics have complained, among other things, about the slow rollout of Internet addresses in languages other than English.

However, the U.S. government stopped short Wednesday of cutting its ties completely with the Internet organization, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or ICANN. The government agreed instead to establish advisory panels made up of government and private-sector representatives around the world.

Here are a few links for you:

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September 18, 2009

Glenn Beck Boycott a Failure for the Left

Fox News Refutes Latest Claims from Beck Boycott Org

By Kevin Allocca

TV Newser

PR firm representing the group Color of Change sent out a press release today touting the boycott of Fox News' Glenn Beck with headlines reading, "Ad Boycott Costs Glenn Beck Over 50% of Ad Dollars" and "62 Companies Refusing to Advertise with Beck Cost Fox Nearly $600k Per Week." The press release uses "data analyzed from industry sources" to arrive at the numbers.

A Fox News spokesperson tells TVNewser, "The Color of Change figures are wildly inaccurate on all fronts -- revenue has not been affected in any way."

From Van Jones to big ratings to 9/12 rallies, Beck continues to monopolize much of the media spotlight

Some leftist organization called Color of Change organized a boycott of Glenn Beck's Fox News show a few weeks ago. They are now claiming that Fox has lost 50% of its revenues as major advertisers pull out. However, Fox News says those figures were released by "Color of Change" and are wildly inaccurate. Fox News says there has been no loss of revenue as a result of the lib temper tantrum.

Leftist websites have been crowing about their great victory over free speech for the past two days. Sorry to rain on your parade, Libtards, but it's just another left wing illusion. Meanwhile, Beck's viewing audience continues its rapid growth

Glenn Beck Boycott a Failure for the Left; Little or No Effect on Ad Revenue

This is a good site about defending Glenn Beck.


Wild Thing's comment........

That is good news from FOX. I am glad they are standing by him, but they should he has tons of viewers and he is getting the truth out there.

I do hope he has some kind of protection.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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September 17, 2009

Krauthammer on Maureen Dowd: In My Previous Profession, We Used to Call People Like Her 'Patients' ~ LOL

Charles Krauthammer on Maureen Dowd: In My Previous Profession, We Used to Call People Like Her 'Patients'. Accusations of Racism is The Last Refuge of the Liberal Scoundrel *** Special Report w/ Bret Baier, Sept. 15, 2009, Charles Krauthammer: "As for Maureen Dowd, imagining a word boy that wasnt said: Well, in my previous profession, I saw a lot of people who heard words that werent said. They were called patients. Many of them were actually helped with medication."


Wild Thing's comment.........


BIG hug for Charles Krauthammer, he is awesome!!!!

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September 12, 2009

Obama's 9/11 Prism

Obama's 9/11 Prism

FrontPage Magazine

By: Paul Sperry

The ouster of White House green czar Van Jones, exposed as a 9/11 "Truther," raises a larger national-security question as we mark the 8th anniversary of the worst foreign attack on U.S. soil. What does the commander-in-chief really think about 9/11?

We now know what his erstwhile special adviser thinks, and of course it's deeply unsettling. Jones, an Ivy League lawyer-turned-community organizer, signed a petition circulated by leftist conspiracy nuts suggesting a government role in the 2001 terror attacks.

But it's worse than that.

Before he thought 9/11 was an inside job, he sympathized with Islamic terrorists blackening our collective eye. The day after the attacks, in fact, he led a candlelight vigil in Oakland expressing solidarity with Arabs and Muslims and other "victims of U.S. imperialism around the world."

Jones is no fringe player. He was heavily recruited by the White House, photographed with the president, and was baptized into the same militantly Afrocentric and anti-American faith that the president was baptized into -- Black Liberation Theology. He shares the same Marxism-steeped ideology preached by President Obama's longtime minister, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

"When I got to college, I stumbled upon Black Liberation Theology," Jones told The Witness, a black magazine, three months after the terror attacks, "and that really struck a chord with me in terms of where I was politically at the time -- being really concerned about racism and the African-American experience here."

It's worth revisiting what Obama's preacher thinks about 9/11, as his thinking echoes Jones' thinking. And as we'll see further on, it appears to have influenced that of Wright's top acolyte, who is now in the White House running a war on terror he refuses to even call "war," against an enemy he refuses to even call "terrorists," let alone the more accurate "Islamic extremists" or "jihadists."

(Interestingly, Jones in the same black magazine interview condemned the War on Terror as a "racist war" against "people of color." He compared it to the War on Drugs -- a "secret war against a secret enemy with brown skin, an enemy that's both within the country and outside of the country.")

In short, the good reverend thinks that "racist" America had it coming; that we deserved to be attacked. Here's the relevant portion of the sermon he gave at Obama's church in Chicago on the Sunday following the attacks, as rescue workers were still pulling charred bodies from the smoldering wreckage at Ground Zero:

"America's chickens are coming home to roost! ... We took Africans from their country to build our way of ease and kept them enslaved and living in fear. Terrorism! ... We bombed [Libyan leader Muammar] Qadhafi's home and killed his child ... [W]e nuked far more than the thousands in New York and the Pentagon, and we never batted an eye! ... We have supported terrorism against the Palestinians ... and now we are indignant, because the stuff we have done overseas has now been brought back into or own front yards! America's chickens are coming home to roost!"

Excerpts of this sermon have been widely reported. What hasn't been reported is that, just days before he gave it, Wright personally witnessed the second plane hit the World Trade Center from a hotel window near Newark, N.J., where he happened to be staying that fateful day.

He was an eyewitness to the carnage. Yet five days later, he tried to coldly justify it to his flock by calling it an act of "revenge" by an oppressed "people of faith" who "moved from the hatred for armed enemies to the hatred of unarmed innocents."

He even tamped down sympathy among his African-American congregation for the 9/11 victims (many of whom were people of color) by comparing what the bloodthirsty al-Qaida Muslims did to unarmed innocents to the vengeful bloodlust that built up inside slaves.

"I had to show them how the people who were carried into slavery were very angry, very bitter, moved in their anger from wanting revenge against the armies that had carried them away to slavery, to [wanting revenge against innocent civilians]," he explained in an interview with PBS' Bill Moyers.

Audaciously, he invoked Scripture to make his point.

"The Psalm [137] ends up saying, 'Let's kill the baby -- let's bash their heads against the stone,'" Wright said, referring to David's vengeful curse against the Babylonians for their atrocities.

Continuing to rationalize mass murder by 19 Muslim hijackers, he added, "So now you move from revolt and revulsion as to what has happened to you, to you want revenge.

"You move from anger with the military to taking it out on the innocents," Wright continued. "You want to kill babies.

"And that's exactly where we are," he went on. "We want revenge. They wanted revenge."

You understand, 9/11 survivors, don't you?

There will be a special place in Hell for this self-serving race demagogue and conspiracy monger. Such warped blame-America thinking only pains the families of 9/11 victims anew.

"I and others who lost family members on 9/11 are acutely aware of this stuff," Debra Burlingame, sister of the pilot killed in the American Airlines Flight 77 hijacking, told me. "It hits us particularly hard."

A former Nation of Islam follower, Wright takes sick joy in the murder of thousands of fellow Americans as a much-deserved punishment for America not only supporting Israel in an anti-Palestinian "apartheid," as he calls it, but for enslaving Africans.

"White America got a wake-up call after 9/11," Wright elaborated in a 2005 edition of Obama's church magazine. "White America and the Western world came to realize that people of color had not gone away, faded into the woodwork or just disappeared as the great white West kept on its merry way of ignoring black concerns."

Jones said much the same thing in a press statement released on 9/11 by his Marxist group STORM, or Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement:

"Ordinary people in the United States can best deter future attacks by insisting that the U.S. government abandon its oppressive role of keeping down workers and dominating poor nations around the world. Increasingly, safety at home will require justice abroad ... All people and especially African-Americans [and other minorities] must stand in solidarity with our Arab and Muslim brothers."

Obama said something eerily similar in a 2007 speech to Americans in Iowa: "If we are less respected in the world, then you will be less safe." And in his most recent memoir, he seemed to embrace Jones' call for solidarity with Arabs and Muslims. "In the wake of 9/11, my meetings with Arab and Pakistani Americans have a more urgent quality," Obama wrote. "I will stand with them should the political winds shift in an ugly direction."

Both Jones and Wright, adherents of Black Liberation Theology, view 9/11 not as a heinous terrorist attack but as poetic justice against a racist world oppressor -- that being America, the country that made them both rich peddling such garbage and exploiting their own race for personal gain.

What does their brother in faith, Obama, believe?

The White House says Obama does not subscribe to Jones' 9/11 conspiracy views.

But in a little-noticed statement added to the post-9/11 reprint of his 1995 memoir, "Dreams From My Father," the president appears to apologize for the attacks by foreign Islamic terrorists.

"On September 11, 2001, the world fractured," Obama wrote on page x of the new Preface to his book. "What I do know is that history returned that day with a vengeance; that, in fact, as Faulkner reminds us, the past is never dead and buried -- it isn't even past. This collective history, this past, directly touches my own."

In other words, America paid for past wrongs that day.

He goes on to say he identifies with "the underlying struggle – between worlds of plenty and worlds of want" and the "desperation and disorder of the powerless," and how they can "easily slip into violence and despair."

Then Obama suggests terrorism is simply a spasm of violence which erupts among the poor and powerless in response to the "steady, unthinking application of force" by U.S. and Western "military" to control the "disorder" of the poor and powerless.

Separately, Obama has referred to the most deliberate act of war since Pearl Harbor as "the tragedy of 9/11," a term more appropriate for a bus accident, as columnist Charles Krauthammer so aptly put it.

There's something else.

Obama has tapped another 9/11 apologist as a senior policy adviser. His National Security Council aide Samantha Power is part of the blame-America crowd. She thinks America was attacked because we back "abusive regimes" in the Middle East. She also thinks 9/11 was a dose of good medicine, since the mass slaughter helped "Americans empathize with the victims of genocide" in Africa and other Third World regions. (Power's radical husband Cass Sunstein also landed a White House job. He's now Obama's regulations czar.)

* * *

During the presidential campaign, I held out hope that the radical Rev. Wright was merely a useful idiot for the ambitious Barack Obama. Someone the rising star could point to in order to shore up his bona fides among the radical base of his race and party. A stepping stone to higher political office.

But even after Obama was safely ensconced in the Oval Office, he chose to appoint as a close adviser a fellow Black Liberation Theology adherent, and one who happens to embrace the same 9/11 apologia and anti-American swill preached by Obama's longtime spiritual adviser.

Coincidence? I'm not so sure.

Obama quit his church and threw Wright under the bus. He's now done the same with Jones -- in both cases only after the conservative press turned the klieg lights on these radical cronies.

But nobody in the White House impressed corps has asked him if he has quit his faith. Does Obama still believe in radical Black Liberation Theology?

Does he still think 9/11 was a day of "vengeance" -- payback for America's past "history" of sins? Is there a part of him that thinks, like Wright and Jones, that we deserved it? Does he reserve, as they do, some sympathy for the enemy? Does he view 9/11 through the same warped prism?

If so, what does this say about Obama's homeland security policies? His Middle East policy? Does he have the requisite passion to effectively prosecute this war against Islamic terrorists and extremists?

These are important questions that ought to be plied and answered in the wake of the Jones controversy, and as we enter the ninth year of a war that still has not decapitated the al-Qaida leadership overseas or dismantled the terror-support network at home.

And such questions must start with Obama's radical faith, which is clearly more political and ideological than spiritual, and therefore fair game for much closer inspection and further investigation.

Wild Thing's comment.......

Good write up by Paul Sperry.

Obama and others at the highest levels of the political spectrum are people who are working for the very people who want to destroy us, either through ignorance or other agendas. With Obama we know it is his agenda and has nothing to do with ignorance. The same goes for all in his administration and his CZARS.

Anyone ever remember Obama speaking praise about America? And if he did, not the one sentence thrown in to a diatribe of other stuff. But paragraphs in a speech or an interview.......never, and won't happen either.

There is no room for a shining city on a hill in Obama's world. His is filled with UNION thugs and ACORN people. Resent laden, big business haters and the gimme bunch. The perfect kind of mentality that communism attracts and socialism feeds upon.

These people don't care that Obama favors Islam, Muslims and the Black Liberation Theology. There are plenty of UNION people that hate blacks but they have put that aside because what they see in Obama is a person that hates what they hate, big business, small business, anyone that is a self starter and wants to better themselves and life for their families. There is no American Dream with Obama or his followers. There is only service to the boss, the all encompassing leader of their agenda. And in some sick way some even think the same as Obama does about 9-11. That Muslims can't be totally blamed for attacking America we deserved it, we have been mean to Muslims. I have personally heard a couple of people say this at the gym as I was on my way out the door one time.

And what really bothers me as well is as CIC our troops are the victims of Obama's agenda as we have seen in the R.O.E.'s and how he treats our troops. That is unforgivable!!!!

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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Comparing Cable News Rankings



FOXNEWS BECK 3,340,000
FOXNEWS SHEP 2,040,000
MSNBC MADDOW 1,164,000
CNN KING 965,000
CNN COOPER 691,000

We can see viewers are watching to get what they feel is actually more balanced and honest instead of wanting the propaganda machine of CNN and MSNBC. They don't even PRETEND to be unbiased anymore.

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September 10, 2009

Total Idiot Bill O'Reilly - "Communism is not a Threat to us anymore"


Wild Thing's comment......

I have zero patience for anyone that decides to be as stupid as O'Reilly has intentionally made up his mind to be.
He consistently fights, argues with the truth when it comes to Obama. It is sickening and maddening!

Beck just schooled O’Reilly when he turned to the camera and said something like “America, when did we stop being concerned about communism?”, after O’Reilly tried to dismiss the commie connections of Obama as unimportant. O’Reilly was clearly knocked back on his heels after Beck’s comment. It was great. O’Reilly’s a total jerk!

O’Reilly got his butt kicked on radio when he thought he could challenge Rush, now he is threatened by Glenn Beck doing so well. He does not get it. Beck is bringing the truth, a no holding back truth and America is responding. Most of America wants to know the truth now finally.

....Thank you Jim for sending this to me.

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September 01, 2009

Jon Voight ~ "We are becoming a Socialist nation."

Freedom's Lighthouse

Actor Jon Voight appearing on the Mike Huckabee show and saying "we are witnessing the takeover of our true freedoms." Voight said he wanted to speak out against ObamaCare.

Voight said "We are becoming a Socialist nation." He also said "Obama is causing civil unrest in this country."
Voight said Obama seems to have made passing ObamaCare a "personal crusade." Though Obama says "this isn't about me," Voight says it is obvious it is about him, and he is determined to pass ObamaCare "no matter the outcry."

Voight hammered Obama for playing the "God Card," referring to his statement to liberal ministers that if you "love God" you will vote for the Health Care Bill.

But Voight said, "They trying to take away God's first gift to man - free will." Voight said "no man," not even the President of the United States, "has the consent of God to decide that he is god."


Wild Thing's comment........

Fantastic Jon Voight, thank you!!!! I am so glad that he is speaking out like he does. I appreciate how sincere he is as well.

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August 29, 2009

Mark Levin Says Obama’s Ideology “Not that Far Apart” from Fidel Castro’s

Mark Levin Says President Obama’s Ideology “Not that Far Apart” from Fidel Castro’s. ( AUDIO only )

Levin talked at length about an op-ed written by Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro in which he said he supports Obama's attempt to bring Government Health Care to America.


Wild Thing's comment...........


heh heh Mark is sooo good. I love our conservative radio talk shows. We have Rush, Mark, Beck and some others too that really speak up and are so passionate about their love for America. Beck is also doing great wirth his TV show on FOX exposing Obama.

Like Rush has said many times, when the left hates you or is angry with you it is because you are doing your job and hitting nerves. Tah dah!!!!

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August 21, 2009

Rush Discusses Barney Frank

RUSH: It's fabulous and fantastic and hilarious that a woman shows up at a Barney Frank town hall meeting with an Obama-as-Hitler poster and this Nazi stuff, in his district! I mean this is unreal. But the killer for me was, here's Barney Frank, "What planet do you live on?" to this woman. Isn't it an established fact that Barney Frank himself spends most of his time living around Uranus? So when he starts talking about where people live, ha-ha-ha-ha, folks, this is all so much fun to watch, and it's all so much fun to analyze. Here's another exchange, another audience member with Congressman Frank.

Wild Thing's comment........

LOL hahaha good one on Baawney Fwank .

......Thank you RAC for sending this to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

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August 18, 2009

Orchestrated Campaign to Shut Down Glenn Beck


The Orchestrated Campaign to Shut Down Glenn Beck

About a dozen companies have withdrawn their commercials from “Glenn Beck,” the Fox News Channel program, after Glenn Beck, the person, said late last month that President Obama was a racist with a “deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture.”

War erupts over Glenn Beck TV show: Fans fight back


By Aaron Klein

Glenn Beck fans are fighting back against a campaign led by a black activist organization prompting major advertisers to withdraw from Beck's top-rated Fox News Channel program.

Last week, NewsBusters reported President Obama's "green jobs czar," Van Jones, is co-founder of, an activist organization that has led a furious campaign against Beck culminating in major companies such as Geico and pulling their spots from the Fox News star's daily show.

In recent weeks, Beck has done several critical segments about Van Jones, who was appointed as the special adviser for green jobs, enterprise and innovation at the White House Council on Environmental Quality.

Beck's segments were based in part on WND's reporting that Jones was as an admitted radical communist and black nationalist leader.

Now a husband and wife team of Beck fans has launched a website – – that lists the contact information for advertisers for Beck's and other Fox News programs and provides users with information and suggestions to contact those companies to urge their continued sponsorship. The site also asks users to contact Beck's current patrons to thank them for their loyalty to the Fox News star's program.

"Our goal is to hit advertisers hard with response from Beck fans with real purchasing power, unlike the instigators of this phony Astroturf boycott," the founder of DefendGlenn told WND.
"At some point they will realize they've been punked by a bunch of paid activists, college students and slacker bloggers in their parents' basements who don't purchase their products anyway," said the founder, who asked that his name be withheld.

ColorofChange, meanwhile,says it has garnered about 75,000 signatories for an online petition against Beck to be sent to advertisers.

Van Jones' group says the controversy stems from Beck's recent comment while a guest on another Fox News show that Obama is a "racist" with "a deep-seated hatred for white people."

Bill Shine of Fox News' programming department clarified Beck was expressing "a personal opinion which represented his own views, not those of the Fox News Channel. And as with all commentators in the cable news arena, he is given the freedom to express his opinions."

Most major media reports on the ColorofChange campaign fail to note Jones is a founder of the group or that Beck has been reporting critically on Jones.

Beck's program, meanwhile, has been taking major hits from the ColorofChange campaign.

Geico and have pulled their ads from the Fox News show, and Procter & Gamble, Progressive Insurance and SC Johnson have all claimed their ads were run in error and vowed to correct the mistake.

Fox News said most of the companies will have their ads shifted to other Fox programs.

This left wing campaign is being orchestrated by a group started by Obama’s Green Jobs Czar, Van Jones.

If they are successful, they will move beyond Beck to others.

Two of the companies, GEICO and Progressive, are run by liberals. But that’s not the case with all the others.

SC Johnson:
Fisk Johnson Chairman & CEO
Phone: (262)260-2000

Petrell Ozbay
Senior Global Public Affairs Manager
Phone: (262) 260-2114

Progressive Insurance:
Glenn Renwick, President & CEO- (440)461-5000

Linda Harris, Advertising & Sponsorships

Tony Nicely
Chairman, President & CEO, Insurance Operations
(301) 986-2462

Chris Tasher, GEICO Media Relations

Wild Thing's comment........

Obama IS a racist, his stupid books are full of that kind of thing, his statements since his books are many that stir racism and race card BS. Obama ran his campaign using the race card, he uses it every chance he gets.

Glenn spoke the truth and to be punished for it is wrong in every way.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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August 15, 2009

The Hon. James David Manning ~ People Are Going To Rise Up

Wild Thing's comment.....

God bless this man and protect him.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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August 11, 2009

ElRushbo on TownHall Meetings Turnout~ " Keep it Up"


Wild Thing's comment......

This was great, I love how he just says it like it is.

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August 09, 2009

Tonight Sean Hannity Show Is Doing a documentary of Obama

This Sunday on Fox Sean Hannity, ~ Fox news, is going to air a very important documentary about Barack Obama

Sunday night at 8:00 PM central / 9 PM eastern.

He stated that no one in the news media was willing to do this. Hannity is going back to Obama's earlier days, showing even then his ties to radical professors, friends, spiritual advisers, etc., he stated this evening that he will show in detail his ties to Rev. Wright for 20+ yrs. How he was participating with this man, and not for the reasons he states!=2 0 He has uncovered more of Obama's radical leaders and we will see things that no one in the media is willing to put out there. This will be a night that you will learn more about Obama than ever before Hannity is very passionate about this program.


Wild Thing's comment.......

Very smart of Hannity to remind people about this. They turned a blind eye the first time. Hopefully, after the Socialist Obama has reared his head, people will pay attention this time.

This is a good chance if anyone has friends or family that did not listen last year when we tried to tell them about Obama to watch this show tonight. There has been enough happening to say the least that with this added to it might open some eyes and wake some people up.


I have no idea either why it did not show.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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July 05, 2009

Hon. James David Manning Has BHO Pegged

Hon. James David Manning, PhD continues speaking about the Patrick Henry style revolution. This message comes from The Manning Report on Monday, 18 May 2009

Wild Thing's comment.......

Maybe the GOP should hire Manning to take over Michael Steele’s job.

giggle I like his fire!

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July 02, 2009

Meghan Kelly and Jonah Goldberg Discuss 'It's a Pattern'

Wild Thing's comment.........

I wonder if they will have Helen sit in the back of the room. hahaha

The thing Meghan mentioned at the beginning of the video about Obama stacking the deck when he has townhalll meetings is so true. I think Obama is terrified to be confronted by anyone that is honest and is sincerely wanting to ask questions.
So far every single one of his townhall meetings, during the campaign and those since he has been in office have all be set up, hand picked people and all that have worked on his campaign or are supporters.

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June 17, 2009

Punkin and Abbey A Story To Share

Rush and his cat Punkin

Rush and Abbey ( the puppy )

Rush's girlfriend got a puppy an old English sheepdog named Abbey. Rush has a cat named Punkikn that he has spoken of many times on his show.

I thought you might get a kick out of reading about his new adventure of the puppy named Abbey and Punkin. This is from his show yessterday. When you see the word 'interruption' it is from one of Rush's staff asking him a question. Katie is Rush's girlfriend.

RUSH: Yesterday ( Monday) I posted on the website three pictures of our new little puppy, an old English sheepdog by the name of Abbey, 12 weeks old. They were cute little pictures, cute little dog. Everybody who has dogs understands. This is an exuberant little puppy, curious about everything, already loyal, already devoted. But I got a lot of questions from people: "What about Punkin? Have you just thrown Punkin away? Have you thrown Punkin overboard? What about Punkin?" No. Punkin is fine and dandy. I even mentioned this a little bit. Punkin is fine with the new dog.

It was actually kind of funny, because Punkin will be 11, in August, and she'd never seen a dog until this one. She had never seen a dog, except on TV, and she didn't know that she was watching TV when she was watching TV contrary to what -- (interruption) she doesn't know how to hate. My cat is not a hater. My cat is like every other cat, a superior being, indifferent to most everything, very loyal to me, but couldn't care less about anything.

We just wanted Punkin to be able to whiff the scent. This is what I've been told by all the experts to do. If it's another cat or a dog, let it get a whiff of the scent, but don't let the cat see the intruder. Do that a couple, three days, get them used to the scent, which is what happened. And then, quite by accident, we're in the library with the new puppy, and in strolls Punkin.

I said to Katie, "Here's what's going to happen." I know exactly what's going to happen here. When these two meet, the cat's going to walk in the room, and Abbey ( the puppy), is going to go absolutely bonkers that there's an animal in the room, going to go running around like an absolute teenager with all this boundless energy, running around, a little moaning, a little barking and so forth, go up and try to sniff the cat. And the cat, Punkin, is going to look at this new creature just as you would look at a rambunctious four-year-old, like, "Ah, what have I gotta be bothered with this for?" And that's exactly what happened.

Punkin looked at this new dog like, "Ah, gee, what the hell is this?" She just sat there and stared at it like, "You little idiot, when are you going to calm down and stop making all this racket here in my house?" So then finally the dog got up the courage to get close to Punkin and start doing the sniff routine and I wish I had the camera to show you this, I wish I'd had the camera but I was too busy standing guard. I had to make sure that nothing happened here. I was the guard, I did not have any camera with me and I was afraid if I left the scene to go get the camera the puppy would follow me. So we haven't got any pictures of this yet, but the puppy kinda tiptoes up and starts sniffing around and Punkin just sits there and takes it and so forth.

Then Punkin gets up and the puppy starts sniffing the rear end and I said, "Uh-oh, no, this could be problematic," but it wasn't. I was stunned. I was literally stunned. But then all of a sudden out of nowhere Punkin turned around and hissed. Bam, that dog made a beeline, a 180 in the opposite direction and then tiptoed back and Punkin finally got tired of it and left and went back up to her room.

So later we followed. We took the dog up to Punkin's rooms and Punkin was in her hammock. I have a little cat toy that's a hammock and she's sitting in it with one paw out. The dog sniffs and Punkin does not leave the hammock. She just looks at the dog like it's the biggest idiot on the face of the earth. The dog goes in and starts eating some of Punkin's food. Punkin walks out of the hammock and sees this. After the dog finishes she goes in and sniffs some of the food, I go, "Ah no, now the food's corrupted. Punkin's not going to eat this," but she did. So the bottom line is they get along fine. They get along famously well, which was surprising to me. It was fun to watch.

Punkin's a good cat, what can I tell you? She starts doing something, I say, "No," she looks at me like, "Screw you," and leaves anyway.

If you understand one simple truth then you'll have no problem mixing cats and dogs in your house. Dogs have masters and cats have staff. Once you understand that -- you can't make a cat be a dog or vice-versa -- then everything's cool, everything's fine.

Mark Levin just sent me a very insulting note. Levin said, "I just saw pictures of your new puppy. Looks like Obama's dog." And I was insulted. Obama's dog has a tail; it's a Portuguese Water Dog; it was given to him by Senator Kennedy. Senator Kennedy has a Portuguese Water Dog named Splash. I kid you not.

Our dog is an Old English Sheepdog, much, much, much nicer. I don't want to put down Portuguese Water Dogs, but I mean to have my dog compared to Obama's, that was a bit much. (interruption) What do you mean, notice how quickly it became "our" dog? Well, I love the little thing. It's our dog. I do, I love him. What's wrong with it being our dog? I was there when we picked it up. You know, I didn't leave it. You know, I got a big yard. It's going to be a big dog, let it run around there. I'm not like some fathers, you know, leave the waiting room and head out and have a cigar and so forth. I was there the moment of delivery.

Wild Thing's comment.....

I thought you might like to read this, it is a nice break from politics and the horrible O.

LMAO I love how he tells this story, it is wonderful, delightful. Animals bring such joy and now more then ever we need them in our lives. That is cute too how his best friend Mark Levin kidded him about his dog Abbey looking like Obama's . hahaha

I wonder if Punkin will do what our cat Missy does. She walks up to Sebastian our dog, puts one paw on his forehead and then proceeds to clean his face, like, she doesn't want him to be a mess or intidy. haha He just lays there and let's her do whatever she wants. heh heh

Or she will walk up to him, bop him on the head and when he gets up she runs down the hall lilke come and chase me you need some exercise. hahaha

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June 11, 2009

What do Obama and God have in common?

Rush Limbaugh Brings up Obama on his birth certificate

Radio giant clowns about president's similarities, differences with God

Asking rhetorically what God has in common with Obama, Limbaugh said, "Neither has a birth certificate."

"How do they differ?" Limbaugh continued. "God does not think he's Obama. And there's another difference. Liberals love Obama."
Limbaugh repeated the punch lines several times throughout his show and noted, "another difference is that Obama gets better press. ... Another difference is that God only demands to be worshipped once a week."

Later, he sprinkled in other differences, including:

God doesn’t think he is Barak Obama.
God asks for only 10 percent of your money
God gives you freedom to live your life as you choose
God's plan to save us is actually written down for you to read



RUSH: What do Obama and God have in common? Neither has a birth certificate. How do they differ? God does not think he's Obama. And there's another difference between God and Obama, and that is that liberals love Obama.

RUSH: We have some more differences for you here between President Obama and God. God asks for only 10% of your money. God gives you freedom to live your life as you choose. God's plan to save us is actually written down for people to read.

Wild Thing's comment.......

LOL Love it! Rush Limbaugh pummels Obama on birth certificate. Rush KNOWS he's not a citizen.
He's stirring the pot. Hahahaha Good one!

God doesn’t bow before Saudi “kings”

God doesn’t read off a teleprompter.

God allows free will.

When someone meets God the last thing you notice are his ears.

The Lord Giveth, Obama Taketh Away.

God endowed us with certain unalienable rights. Obama? Well, everything’s on the table.

God wouldn’t marry Michelle

God doesn’t kill innocent babies in the womb.

God doesn’t own a car manufacturer.

God doesn’t need a food taster.

God makes climate change.

God isn’t a Commie Marxist


....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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June 09, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Receives The Freedom Of Speech Award ~ Congratulation!

Rush and Mark Levin outside EIB One in Washington after Rush received the Freedom of Speech Award from Talkers Magazine.

"Saturday, ladies and gentlemen, in New York I was awarded the coveted Freedom of Speech award by Talkers magazine, the leading industry magazine and newspaper for the talk radio business -- and free speech means free speech. " ` ElRushbo

I want to share something with you, first a video that truly made me sick to my stomach,. and then part of the transcript from the Rush Limbaugh show on Monday. It is so good, so excellent it should be shared with everyone you know that needs a lift of patriotism and one who loves America like we all do and as Rush does.

It started with this video of long-time Newsweek lefty Evan Thomas, who, on "Hardball," proclaimed Barack Obama a "sort of God", they were discussing Obama's what I call Obama's I have an Islam dream speech he made in Cairo, Egypt.


Obama's bringing nobody together, but there you have it from government-run Newsweek's Evan Thomas: "He's a god." Obama is a god. Reagan was parochial. Reagan, he only cared about America, but Obama's above that now. He's not chauvinistic. We're just provincial. Ronald Reagan was not provincial. Ronald Reagan understood American exceptionalism, Ronald Reagan understood America's greatness, Ronald Reagan understood America's role in the world for good. Mr. Thomas, Barack Obama sees America's role in the world as not good. It is offensive to the sensibilities of millions of people to hear a member of State-Run Media refer to a half black-half white human being with no experience running anything of substance referred to as a god. He may be president of the United States, but he's a god. Sadly, too many people look at him that way, which is why they can watch with their own eyes and experience with their own lives the destruction of their own lives economically, and still find a way to hold the man responsible for it, Barack Obama, blameless.

If I might correct the architect of the collapse of the Soviet Union, well, the partial architect, Ronald Reagan helped as well, that would be Mikhail Gorbachev. Mr. Gorbachev, Russia was destroyed, the Soviet Union was destroyed by freedom; it was destroyed by capitalism; it was destroyed by American exceptionalism. Socialism as an opponent to capitalism is what died with the Soviet Union. Communism as an opponent to capitalism is what died. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is what Barack Obama inherited. Barack Obama continually, childishly, immaturely blames predecessors for all of the mess that he and he alone has compounded. If he wants to talk about what he inherited, I'd like to put it down on the record what he inherited. The problem is he inherited it temporarily. He's in the process of destroying it.

Barack Obama inherited greatness in a nation. He inherited the birthplace of the individual. He inherited the defender of liberty at home and abroad, the United States of America. He inherited the opportunity to lead a nation of sheer exceptionalism, a nation of equal opportunity, a nation which featured its citizens the right to fail and to try and try and try again. He inherited the financial center and capital of the world. Barack Obama inherited the country that has successfully championed capitalism and widespread prosperity. He inherited a nation which liberated billions of people who lived in oppression. He also inherited great responsibility. He inherited the responsibility to lead this great nation, the world's lone superpower, a nation oriented toward the good of humanity. He inherited the responsibility to preserve and strengthen the free markets and economies that made this the greatest nation in the history of human civilization. He inherited the responsibility to continue the philosophy and the tradition of a country founded on Judeo-Christian morals, ethics, and principles.

He inherited the Constitution of the United States. He did not claim the right to remake it, to rewrite it, to change it. He swore to uphold it. And he's in the process of wreaking as much damage to the Constitution as he can get away with, with nominations like Sonia Sotomayor, as he is wreaking damage to the US economy. Barack Obama did not inherit a mess. He leads a mess. He inherited the United States of America, where anything is possible. And greatness has been delivered to the world time after time in the form of private sector inventions, innovations, advancements in products that improve people's lives for over 200 years. He inherited a country of individuals energized by their liberty and strengthened by their character. Barack Obama inherited the leadership of the greatest collection of human beings in the history of human existence.

And what has he done with this inheritance? He has run around the world and apologized at every stop he makes for what he considers the sins, the immorality, and the unjust unfairness of the way he perceives the United States of America. He inherited a country that liberates the oppressed, as I said. He inherited the greatest economy in history. He inherited that, nothing more, nothing less, plus the Constitution. There is nothing to apologize for. It is childish, it's babyish, it is immature, it is unbecoming anyone who holds the office of president of the United States to run around crying like a baby while lying about the mess he inherited, because he didn't inherit a mess. He inherited years and decades of stewardship from the Oval Office of the greatest nation in history. In his mind, he inherited a flawed social experiment. He has now made the mess that is the United States economy. He is making a mess of United States foreign policy.

There is a lot to be proud of this country, but you don't hear much about that from the Oval Office or wherever Obama's teleprompter happens to be planted. We don't hear people in his administration talk about how proud they are of this country and how proud they are of the people who make this country work. There is a lot of work to be done, but not the way Obama is proceeding. He is creating more work for future generations to reclaim their birthright that is the greatness of this country. Barack Obama is destroying what others before him preserved and expanded upon. He's now saying, we can no longer postpone health care, just like we couldn't postpone stimulus, we couldn't postpone TARP, now can't postpone health care. If he gets what he and the Democrats want, single payer national health care, your kids and grandkids can forget the American dream as you and your grandparents knew it.

** After he said all of this above he got a few emails coming in and responded to them.......

Couple people with an e-mail: "Rush, that was great, why did you have to refer to Obama as half black and half white? You know everybody's going to focus on that." I intend them to focus on it. Remember the context. Evan Thomas said he was above America, above the world, he's a god. Barack Obama is a human being. He is not a god. I was simply trying to, shall we say, emphasize that proclamation by describing his humanity. He is not a god.

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June 07, 2009

Rush Limbaugh and His Trip To Israel Back in 1993

Rush Limbaugh Recalls His Israeli Visit

September 15, 1993

After a trip to Israel in the summer of 1993, Rush Limbaugh shared that video and his experiences with his audience on September 15, 1993. It was a banner moment for Rush Limbaugh The Television Show, and it showed Americans just what Israel faced on a daily basis from Hamas terrorism.

According to Rush, “In the summer of 1993, Rush took a five-day, whirlwind tour of Israel. With that nation in the throes of brutal terrorist attacks, we decided to bring you Rush’s recap of the trip on Rush Limbaugh the Television Show’s September 15th episode that year. The trip included a variety of sights, meetings with high-ranking officials in the Knesset, then-General Ariel Sharon, future Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and with then-Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.”

This devotion to the state of Israel has exhibited his love of liberty and devotion to Israel’s right to defend their sovereignty against Hamas terrorists. It is also a reminder in today’s charged climate that Israel must worry about Iran and their nuclear capabilities. It is merely a matter of survivial, and as Obama praises Islam and ignores Israel, this video is a reminder to all Americans that liberty must be defended against those that would take it away.

In the summer of 1993, Rush took a five-day, whirlwind tour of Israel. With that nation in the throes of brutal terrorist attacks, we decided to bring you Rush's recap of the trip on Rush Limbaugh the Television Show's September 15th episode that year. The trip included a variety of sights, meetings with high-ranking officials in the Knesset, then-General Ariel Sharon, future Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and with then-Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

As has been true for thousands of years, almost ten years after Rush's trip the two sides remain locked in battle. From praying at the Wailing Wall to visiting the Holocaust Memorial and the Golan Heights, Rush brought his unique perspective to this troubled region. What conclusions did he draw? How did the trip shape Rush's conclusion that you will never have peace so long as we keep telling Israel to hold back

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June 05, 2009

Military Wife Upset Over Obama Speech He Made in Cairo

God bless our troops and thank you to Mark Levin too for being the man he is.

I totally cannot stand O.

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Sean Hannity's Interview of Rush Limbaugh Which Aired on Hannity TV Show

Sean Hannity interviewed Rush Limbaugh this week for Hannity on the Fox News Channel. This was a follow-up to Sean's January 2009 interview with Rush.


Rush still wants Obama to fail. He asks critics of his statement to explain how they want Obama to succeed. Do they want Sonia Sotomayor on the Supreme Court? Government running the mortgage industry? Government control of the banks? Government making automobiles nobody wants to buy? That's what Rush calls Obama succeeding. Rush says he wants less government control over our daily lives.

Rush explained why he is demonized by the left. Liberals need a demon in the debate because they can not win a battle of ideas. SInce there is no Republican opposition to Obama in Washington, Rush is it. He welcomes it, calling it a "major career achievement".

Rush Limbaugh on Hannity Part 1: Still Wants Obama to Fail



Rush asks what Colin Powell has done for the Republican party, and asks for one issue Powell disagrees with Barack Obama on. Rush discusses Colin Powell's motivations in supporting Obama.

Rush points out that nobody has been able to refute his charge that Sonia Sotomayor is a racist. He also discusses what would need to happend for him to look past her racism. He believes confirmation hearings are needed to show what Barack Obama believes the constitution is about.

Rush Limbaugh on Hannity Part 2 : Colin Powell's Rehab and Sonia Sotomayor's Racism



In the final part of Sean Hannity's interview with Rush Limbaugh, Sean asks Rush about resigning as the head of the GOP and annointing Colin Powell.

Rush also discusses what will happen if Obama is able to nationalize healthcare.

He sees a possibility of Obama owning a State Run Media of television and radio if enough ownership groups file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Obama would not need the Fairness Doctrine or localism to be able to silence his critics.

Rush Limbaugh on Hannity (3 of 3): Obama - More Control Over Our Lives

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May 21, 2009

Limbaugh Shows How Absurd LIBERAL Colin Powell Has Become

Rush Limbaugh resigned as the head of the GOP today and appointed Colin Powell as the new head of the Republican party. Rush's action demonstrated the absurdity of claiming he was the head of the Republican party to begin with.

Powell to Rush, Cheney: Room for me among 'emerging' Republican Party

Colin Powell issued a sharp rebuke Tuesday night to Rush Limbaugh and Dick Cheney for trying to exclude him from the backbiting Republican Party.

Before some 1,500 business leaders in Boston, as well as Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wife Gisele Bundchen, the retired general and former secretary of state spoke openly of the dispute roiling the Grand Old Party after election setbacks and polls putting its popularity at roughly one of five Americans.

"Rush Limbaugh says, 'Get out of the Republican Party.' Dick Cheney says, 'He's already out.' I may be out of their version of the Republican Party, but there's another version of the Republican Party waiting to emerge once again," Powell told the crowd.

Limbaugh hit back at Powell on his radio show yesterday .

Transcript from Rush Limbaugh Show:

"The version of the party that he's waiting to emerge is not the Reagan wing of the party. Does Powell have the pulse of the Republican Party, folks? He's for more spending. He's for higher taxes. He's against raising the social issues. He's for affirmative action. He's for amnesty for illegals. He endorsed Obama.
"And now there's an agenda -- an emerging agenda -- that he's waiting for for the Republican Party? The only thing emerging here is Colin Powell's ego. Colin Powell represents the stale, the old, the worn-out GOP that never won anything. The party of Gerald Ford, Nelson Rockefeller, Bill Scranton, Arnold Schwarzenegger and those types of people. Has anybody heard Colin Powell say a single word against Obama's radicalism -- or Pelosi or Reid, for that matter? Maybe he has but his fawning media sure hasn't reported if he has said it."

Last November's election, Powell delivered his prized endorsement to President Obama, giving him a major last-month boost.

Powell, who was talked about as a presidential candidate himself over the year, called Obama "a transformational figure" who "brings a fresh set of eyes, a fresh set of ideas" at a time the nation urgently needs them. "He has met the standard of being president," he said.
The most recent tiff started earlier this month when Powell told a group of corporate executives that “the Republican Party is in deep trouble” and blamed Limbaugh, saying he “diminishes the party” and corrupts our public life with “a kind of nastiness that we would be better to do without.”

Limbaugh Responds to RINO/Liberal Powell

“I don’t care what Colin Powell says,” Limbaugh responded soon after. “This kind of stuff is said about me three times a day … and Colin Powell is just another liberal.”

“What Colin Powell needs to do is close the loop and become a Democrat,” Limbaugh said.


Wild Thing's comment..........

LOL I love how Rush kills them with sarcasm I am not too good at that, and am always amazed when someone like Rush can fire a shot to the enemy and have me laughing at the same time.

It would be fine with me if Powell, McCain and the trash mouth Meghan McCain decided to join the Democrat party. I would not miss any of them. I have had it with the attacks on Conservatives.

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May 06, 2009

Racist Obama Zombie Colin Powell Attacks Rush Limbaugh

Colin Powell Attacks Rush Limbaugh


Former Secretary of State Colin Powell blasted Rush Limbaugh Monday during a speech in which he said the Republican Party is in a state of collapse.

The GOP is "getting smaller and smaller" and "that's not good for the nation," Powell said, according to the National Journal. He also said he hopes that emerging GOP leaders, such as House Minority Whip Cantor, will not keep repeating mantras of the far right.

Powell lashed out at Limbaugh and conservative icon Ann Coulter. Neither serves the party well, Powell said during a speech to corporate security executives at a conference in Washington sponsored by Fortify Software Inc.

"I think what Rush does as an entertainer diminishes the party and intrudes or inserts into our public life a kind of nastiness that we would be better to do without," Powell said.
And Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, McCain's running mate last year, is "a very accomplished person" but became "a very polarizing figure," he said, adding that Palin's advisers created the polarization.
“The Republican Party is in deep trouble," he said, according to the Journal. “The party must realize that the country has changed. Americans do want to pay taxes for services. Americans are looking for more government in their life, not less."

Powell stirred controversy last year when he came out for the Democratic presidential candidate, then-Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois. Powell said he told the GOP candidate, Sen. John McCain of Arizona, that the party had developed a reputation for being mean-spirited and driven more by social conservatism than the economic problems that Americans faced, the Journal reported.


Rush LImbaugh must really bother this POS Colin Powell. hahahahahaa

He lashed out at him last December as well........

Colin Powell Lashes Out at Rush Limbaugh


Thursday, December 11, 2008

Former Sec. of State Colin Powell blames Rush Limbaugh and conservative talk radio for Republican electoral woes in a CNN interview to be broadcast this weekend.

"Can we continue to listen to Rush Limbaugh?" Powell asked, according to a transcript of the interview on the “Fareed Zakaria GPS” show released by CNN.
"Is this really the kind of party that we want to be when these kinds of spokespersons seem to appeal to our lesser instincts rather than our better instincts?" Powell continued.

Powell told Zakaria that he still considers himself a Republican, but said that his party should quit listening to Limbaugh for advice. Instead, it needs to look more to minority groups if it wants to win elections in the 21st Century.

The week before the presidential election, Powell crossed party lines to endorse Barack Obama during an appearance on NBC’s "Meet the Press."

During the appearance, Powell, the first African-American to hold the Sec. of State position, made clear that race had played a role in his decision to back Obama, "because of his ability to inspire, because of the inclusive nature of his campaign, because he is reaching out all across America."

Ironically, conservatives like Limbaugh had strongly opposed John McCain during his presidential campaign, while Powell donated $2,300 to McCain during his primary effort.

"I think the party has to stop shouting at the world and at the country," Powell said. "I think that the party has to take a hard look at itself, and I've talked to a number of leaders in recent weeks and they understand that."
"There is nothing wrong with being conservative. There is nothing wrong with having socially conservative views — I don't object to that,” Powell said in the interview, which was taped Wednesday. “But if the party wants to have a future in this country, it has to face some realities. In another 20 years, the majority in this country will be the minority."


Wild Thing's comment.........

Colin Powell is a pompous self-serving self-promoter. He is not the kind of person he has been passing himself off to be for many years. He is no war hero that's for damn sure. And that is just for starters.

So many rino's, and democrats telling we conservatives actually how we need to step aside and let the moderates run the party.

It’s a giant ploy to turn us all into Arlen Specters. They are scared to death of real conservatives. That’s who can beat them. The problem is that when the Republicans toughen up, they win and then they soften up and disgust the people who elect them. They listen to the mental softies in the party and try to get along. We don’t vote for them to get along. We vote for them to be partisan and to represent integrity and decency.

I agree 100% with Senator Jim DeMint when he was interview on CNN the other day.

"I would rather have 30 Republicans in the Senate who really believe in principles of limited government, free markets, free people, than to have 60 that don't have a set of beliefs." -- Jim DeMint

And of course always my favorite:.

“A political party cannot be all things to all people. It cannot compromise its fundamental beliefs for political expediency.” – Ronald Reagan

.....Thank you BobF, for sending this to me.

1973 - 1999

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April 30, 2009

Such A Fuss Over Specter From The Left and Rino's ~ LOL

Pelosi on Specter: "Now We Don't Have To Explain Process"

Ever the glittering jewel of colossal ignorance, Nancy Pelosi wasted no time yesterday crowing about her newfound ability (thanks to Specter's defection in the Senate) to ram anything and everything they want through Congress, without having to explain anything to anybody. After all, Democracy is sometimes a pain in the neck to deal with, what with the idiot voters demanding to know what is being done to them and all.

from The Hill

Sen. Arlen Specter's decision to switch parties will make it easier for Democrats to move forward with their agenda, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Tuesday.
Specter's switch will give Democrats 60 caucus members in the Senate (assuming Al Franken wins his legal battle in Minnesota). That is enough votes to end debate on a bill and overcome Republican filibusters.
"Very exciting, very exciting for the American people, because now we can get things done without explaining process," Pelosi told CNN's Candy Crowley.

Since we have to assume that elected Republicans in Congress do not need process explained to them, can she possibly mean anything other than she thinks she and her Party are entirely unaccountable to the American people? Looks that way.

Looking back.......

The Corner

When Jim Jeffords became an "Independent" in 2001, Specter wasn't happy. He said.....

"I intend to propose a rule change which would preclude a future recurrence of a Senator's change in parties, in midsession, organizing with the opposition, to cause the upheaval which is now resulting."


Wild Thing's comment........

I heard Rush say McCain can leave too and take his daughter Meghan with him, I cheered when I heard this and then had to laugh. It was word for word what Nicholas and I said to each other when we heard Specter was leaving the Republican party.

Many on here have said we need term limits, we need to vote out the rinos. You are all so right!!!

We can't get our party back to it's base unless the rino's at least get outnumbered, and right now their voices have been the loudest.

The things Meghan McCain has been writing are nothing less then spewing against Conservatives. I feel sorry for her because she is living with hate and that is not healthy nor productive. To drag something DOWN to her level is not inspiring it is sad and destructive and I won't live like that.

America is a great country because people wanted it to be better then anywhere else, to have a place a person could reach for the Gold ring, the American dream and do it in the land of the free, that ONLY was given to us by the most remarkable warriors that ever lived, our Veterans and our troops today. And to settle , to SETTLE for second's which are what rino's like McCain and his daughter want is devastating to what the outcome will be, destruction of the values and principles that we as conservatives believe in and what has shown to be what has made this country one of greatness.

I am going to put a partial transcript here from Rush's show. He has some good input on this I want to share with you.

From Rush's transctript..........

Some of the Republicans are out there getting it right, Jim DeMint and others. The Republicans that are getting it right are being bashed to kingdom come by both Democrats and Republicans. It is just amazing to watch this.

You would think, if you watch the Drive-By Media and even listened to a bunch of so-called Republicans today, that there is no more Republican Party, that there will never, ever be a Republican Party, and the Republican Party practically never existed anyway. The Republican Party, ladies and gentlemen, won the presidency in 2004. It held the Congress in 2004. The Republican Party emerged victorious in a few short years after Watergate. Everybody is just drunk with Obamaism.

Senator Specter voted for one of the most irresponsible pieces of legislation in modern history. He voted for Barack Obama's so-called stimulus plan. He joined with the most radical liberal elements of the Democrat Party in supporting the stimulus package.

Joe Lieberman was asked on MSNBC yesterday about my comments regarding the departure of Arlen Specter from the Republican Party to the Democrat Party. Norah O'Donnell said to Senator Lieberman, "Rush Limbaugh said today of Specter leaving the party, 'A lot of people are saying, "Specter, take McCain with you and his daughter."' Now, Senator McCain is your good friend, Senator Lieberman." There were people saying that to me, getting it in the e-mail: "Hey, Senator Specter, if you're leaving, take McCain with you and his daughter." I repeated that. So they asked Lieberman yesterday, "McCain's your good friend. Any chance McCain will leave the Republican Party?"

LIEBERMAN: No, I don't think so at all. And, look, this is the problem. It's good for the Democratic Party, bad for the Republican Party that Arlen Specter left them and joined the Democratic caucus but overall it's not great for American politics 'cause both parties should have moderate or centrist wings in them that modifies the parties and creates more opportunity for common ground and less partisanship. So respectfully, I disagree with Rush.

RUSH: Well, respectfully I disagree with Senator Lieberman on this notion that parties need moderating influences. I'd like to know where the hell they are in the Democrat Party. You do have some conservative Democrats from the South that are over in the House. But they get squished like mosquitoes by Nancy Pelosi. Where are these moderating influences? See, one of the things that's wrong with this, there are so many cliches and templates that are wrong with this. I keep hearing, for example, that the Republican Party is monolithic in its views and the monolithic views of the Republican Party are just right wing, ultra-right-wing. But the Democrat Party is open to diverse ideas? Really? They keep saying the Senate is filibuster-proof? Well, if the Senate is filibuster-proof, it must mean the Democrats are not diverse at all. Mustn't it mean that? Where are the conservative Democrats, Senator Lieberman, who will not vote to block filibusters? Where are the conservative Democrats in the Senate who voted against the stimulus package? Where are they, who are they? I get so sick and tired of hearing how monolithic the Republican Party is. I get so sick and tired of hearing how far right the Republican Party has moved.

The Republican Party is moving left and that is why it is in trouble, and there is certainly a greater diversity of viewpoint in the Republican Party. For crying out loud, I guarantee you the Democrat Party would never, ever nominate their equivalent of John McCain. The Democrat Party would never, ever nominate somebody who rips and has made his name by ripping and criticizing his own party and his own presidents. That would never happen.

Last night on Fox, On the Record, Greta Van Susteren talking to Lindsey Grahamnesty about this. And she said, "How did you first hear about Senator Specter defecting to the Democrats?"

GRAHAM: Here's the challenge for the Republican Party. Can the person running now win in Pennsylvania? I can't win in Pennsylvania. Rush Limbaugh can't win in Pennsylvania. If you're worried about giving the country over to the Democratic Party and not being a vibrant, relevant Republican Party, we need to find somebody that can win in Pennsylvania.

RUSH: Does this make sense to anybody? Parties stand for something. You are not building the party, Senator Graham; you're not expanding the party; you're not broadening it by caving on the things that identify the party. And to have somebody in the party who's not a Republican, in terms of beliefs, principles, what the party stands for, you lose by having people like that. That's what was wrong with the McCain candidacy. The McCain candidacy was gonna try to go get liberals and Democrats to join our party as liberals and Democrats. But voters are smarter than that. If you can vote for a genuine liberal and a genuine Democrat, why vote for the generic? Why vote for the fake? To what benefit is the Republican Party? Where is the benefit having somebody who's not a Republican in it?

But I have to tell you, this Ronald Reagan business. "He erected a big tent. He had all kinds of people who didn't believe his conservative issues, all of his conservative issues." That's another lie.

Reagan did attract moderates, but he did it by attracting them to him. They came in as conservatives. Reagan did not change who he was to go get them. Reagan ran against Gerald Ford. He ran against the GOP establishment. He ran as a conservative. Moderates came to Ronald Reagan.

Was George Washington commanding a bunch of moderates as they sailed across the Delaware? Can you...? By definition, an uprising of moderates is not possible. It's not demanding purity. It's remaining true to principles.


....Thank you Horace for sending this to me.

Horace Smith, Pvt. E-1, USAR

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April 29, 2009

The World Laughs at Obama's 100 Days of Failure

Obama's Finals Week: The World Laughs at His 100 Days of Failure

by Rush Limbaugh

RUSH: I'm going to go through the finals week for Obama here, I don't know when the first 100 days is. It's 90, a hundred days after January 20th. But, regardless, this is an incredible list of things that I've been thinking about, and I've been taking notes, and I've been putting them all down. And when I go through all this, at the end of it, all of this is being spun as productive and historic, and it's nothing but buffoonery. It's embarrassing incompetence and inexperience.

Now, they say this has been a historically productive 100 days. I have just put a list here together in no particular order, just off the top of my head, of the things in this administration that have stood out to me since it began.

* Admiral Blair admitting the CIA received high value, lifesaving information from terrorists, while President Obama is condemning the same interrogations as immoral and counterproductive.

* President Obama is throwing and has thrown grand White House parties with Kobe beef, a hundred bucks a pound, while telling the nation to cut back in order to survive the greatest economic downturn supposedly since the Great Depression

* bowing to the king of Saudi Arabia

* listening patiently and respectfully while a two-bit dictator lectures Obama -- it was Daniel Ortega -- with false charges for 50 minutes about the criminal country he leads, and Obama doesn't say one word to object, one word in disagreement, does not stand up for his country at one point during the Summit of the Americas.

* He has run around the world and apologized for the greatest, the most compassionate, the most innovative and freedom-loving country in world history.

* Now we've got Fidel Castro setting Obama straight about how Cuba handles political prisoners and its economy. Fidel Castro, one of Obama's idols, calling him superficial.

* We had the nomination of tax cheats to his cabinet, including the man who oversees the IRS, five tax cheats in the Obama administration.

* We have Obama's joke of a press spokesman, who makes a complete idiot of himself on a daily basis.

* He sends back a symbol of freedom, that bust of Sir Winston Churchill to Great Britain just after moving into the White House. He wants nothing to do with it. He did of his own volition. They said you can keep it. He said no, we don't want it here. They said put it in a different room in the White House. We don't want it here, and sent it back to the British embassy. It was given to us, President Bush, after 9/11, by the Brits.

* He insulted the prime minister of England, the queen of England, with embarrassing, thoughtless gifts.

* We have the French president Sarkozy ridiculing Obama's messianic complex, inviting him to walk on water at Normandy beach.

* We have Iran taking a hostage, an American journalist, as Obama promises better relations.

* We have North Korea humiliating Obama with their missile launch.

* We have Obama putting the country in debt for generations to come while promising fiscal responsibility, offering up laughable budget cuts,

* banning lobbyists from his administration, while appointing them left and right.

* Openly lying that Caterpillar would hire up with the passage of his stimulus bill, then watching while that company lays off thousands after the stimulus bill passes.

* He pledges to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay where I have a thriving merchandise business. But then he keeps it open with no plan for its future.

* Proclaiming total transparency, while keeping secret who got the TARP funds, when, where, why.

* Being incapable of communicating without a teleprompter, while the press declares him a Reaganesque, Great Communicator.

* He attacks a private citizen broadcaster from the White House as part of an orchestrated plan to distract the country from legislation and policies we don't want, which thus touched off a political firestorm, all of this while claiming to be a unifier.

* He makes a ham-handed attempt to nationalize the banks preventing financial institutions from paying back TARP money they don't need or want.

* We got a column today in the Wall Street Journal by Holman Jenkins that General Motors is a debacle; it is an absolute debacle and mess, and soon Wall Street is going to be the same thing.

* He has made bad situations worse with car manufacturers, and the worst is yet to come.

* He has sparked hundreds of protests involving hundreds of thousands of Americans at tea parties regarding irresponsible government spending

* his Homeland Security chief labels peacefully demonstrating Americans and veterans as security risks.

* moving the census over to the Commerce department to politicize that.

I mean, this administration has been one part joke, one part unbelievable, and many parts scary. Because while all this has gone on, this man is reported upon and reported to be the best president we've ever had, a shining light, a beacon, historical figure.

* We have a sycophantic mainstream media in this country. How about the New York Times. The New York Times, $34 million in cash. The New York Times is in debt $1.3 billion. By the way, this is cool, folks. The New York Times' corporate president and CEO, Janet Robinson, received a compensation package valued at $5.58 million last year while the publisher of the New York Times, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. received a total of $2.4 million while this company is losing its shirt. Does that not sound a little bit like Wall Street? Does this not sound like excessive bonuses? Does this sound like CEOs paying them when the performance of their company is in the sewer? And haven't we demonized private sector CEOs for this very thing?

* Oh, and that is another one: making enemies out of people in the private sector and ginning up protests by his ACORN buddies at the homes of AIG executives, fomenting class hatred and rivalry.

The list goes on of the egregious things this administration's done.

* His House organ, the New York Times, $1.3 billion in debt, $34 million in cash on hand. They borrowed some money from some guy named Slim down in Mexico, and he's charged them 18% interest.

* Hillary Clinton's out there saying US is laying groundwork for tough, crippling sanctions on Iran if Iran rejects engagement. Iran says, "We'll talk, but we're not doing anything about our nuclear program."

The world is making a joke of our country, and the president is being praised for it!

The reprimands.

You might say the teachers are trying to educate the student

Fidel Castro commenting on Barack Obama.

Castro rejects President Obama's suggestions that Cuba should free political prisoners or cut taxes on remittances from the United States. Fidel Castro on a blog, no less, said that Obama

"misinterpreted remarks by his brother and successor Raul and bristled at the suggestion that Cuba should free political prisoners or cut taxes on remittances from abroad as a goodwill gesture to the United States."

All of this enraged Castro, who wrote in an essay posted on a government website that Obama, without a doubt, misinterpreted Raul's declarations.

"Castro appeared to be throwing a dose of cold water on growing expectations for improved bilateral relations -- suggesting Obama had no right to dare suggest that Cuba make even small concessions. He also seemed to suggest too much was being made of Raul's comments about discussing 'everything' with US authorities."

Castro: "Affirming that the president of Cuba is ready to discuss any topic with the president of the United States expresses that he's not afraid ... It's a sign of bravery and confidence in the principles of the revolution."

Now, there's a hidden little secret here that everybody with a half a brain knows about the Castros. The last thing they want is an open relationship with the United States. The last thing they want is the blockade to come down. That's what Fidel's always called the embargo. He tells Cuban citizens that there are Navy ships out there preventing goods, he calls it a blockade. So here comes our naive young boy president down there, (paraphrasing) "We're going to open up, we're going to have this new dialogue, we're going to send you some money, we're going to send some more people down there, you ought to free some political prisoners," and Castro bristles at the naivete of his student, Barack Obama. It's the last thing they want. You understand that the US embargo is what gives the Castro brothers and the Cuban government the ammo to tell their citizens what a rotten economy they have and what a rotten life they all have, even though it's the best damn health care in the freaking world, according to the stupid idiots in the American left.

The last thing they want is the embargo lifted. "The ex-president had previously expressed his admiration for Obama, but this time Castro blasted the new US president for showing signs of 'superficiality.'"

Whoa-ho! Well, I mean, here's Castro the teacher, Castro the professor, he can see the weaknesses in the student far more than American leftists can see the weakness, superficiality. I mean Castro's got it.

And let's go to another teacher, another professor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today criticized Obama's boycott of a United Nations racism conference, dubbing it unhelpful.

"On Monday, The International Racism Conference in Geneva, which the US boycotted --"

Now, by the way, I think we did the right thing not to go to this thing, don't misunderstand, we did the right thing, but Ahmadinejad is somebody that Obama wants to talk to and Hillary Clinton says today we're going to put really tough sanctions on them. Hardy-har-har. So Ahmadinejad's all upset we didn't go to the racism conference, lecturing his student, Barack Obama.

Ahmadinejad is considered one of our grave threats and enemies with his nuke program, and Obama says that he's going to forge a new relationship out there with them, and all we have to do is talk to them, and all we have to do is show 'em we mean 'em no harm. Such naivete, the ugliness, the hypocrisy of President Obama's morality plays. This guy is very cold, folks. He is a 100% pure leftist extremist political animal. I have a difficult time putting up with him lecturing us, the United States of America, on matters he identifies as requiring the pushing of a morality reset button with him as the chief protocol director of morality.

* According to Obama, our response, after being attacked on 9/11, was immoral. Of all the people, of all things, Barack Obama should be the last person to lecture anybody standing atop a rock of morality.

* His foundation is leftist. He identifies with anti-American politics. He laughs, he yucks it up with these people who hate our country. He's been masterful at deceiving a large number of Americans with the help of his friends in the Drive-By Media.

* Look at who Obama has accused of being morally deficient:

Wall Street,
all CEOs,
George W. Bush
Dick Cheney
the CIA,
and essentially America itself

He has declared those five things morally deficient. And only now will Wall Street and CEOs, Bush and Cheney, CIA, and even America be straightened out with a new moral rudder headed by himself, The One, The Messiah, Barack Obama, the Most Merciful.

* Yet he supports infanticide.

* He attended a racist, bigoted church for 20 years.

* He had active support of the criminal political bullying enterprise known as ACORN.

* He has dealings with Tony Rezko,

* his working relationship with Bill Ayers,

* embracing and smiling Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, and not defending his country after it was slandered, this guy tells us he's in charge of our new morality.

Sorry, folks, it's just tough to stomach. Tough to deal with on a daily basis.


Wild Thing's comment.......

Good one, thanks Rush.

We have a traitor to our country in our White House and we just need to keep getting the word out about what this jerk is doing.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:42 AM | Comments (3)

April 25, 2009

Rush Limbaugh on Greta Van Susteren on FOX

Rush Limbaugh on Greta (Part 1 of 2): Handshake with Hugo Chavez and Obama Apology Tour

Greta Van Susteren on Fox News Channel. Greta asked Rush about President Obama's handshake with Hugo Chavez.
Rush talked about Obama's reaction to criticism of America from socialist dictators as well as his international apology tour.
Also how the Department of Homeland security is targeting our troops.


Rush Limbaugh on Greta (Part 2 of 2): Rush on Tea Party Media Coverage

In part 2 of Rush Limbaugh's appearance with Greta Van Susteren, Rush talked about the mainstream media coverage of the tea parties. He called the coverage another example of journalistic malpractice.

Wild Thing's comment......

LOL I love thinking about how there will be someone in Obama's White House that listens to Rush to see what he has to say. heh heh I bet they wish they didn't have that job assignment. I would love it but then I agree with Rush. hahahaha

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April 04, 2009

Charles Krauthammer Fires Back At Blame America First Obama

Krauthammer On Obama's 'American Arrogance' Comment: 'Europe's Been Sucking On Our Tit For 60 yrs'

Wild Thing's comment.........

Krauthammer isi so good! Charles is a glimmer of sanity in our Orwellian capital.

Obama is a communist and a traitor. He views America from a Kenyan/Indonesian/Muslim perspective and will do whatever he can to destroy our country.

When I hear anti-Americans like Obama putting our country down I am reminded of this movie.

Paddy Chayefsky on European contempt for Americans from the WWII era movie "The Americanization of Emily"

One of my favorite quotes from ‘The Americanization Of Emily’:

Lt. Cmdr. Charles E. Madison:

"You American haters bore me to tears, Ms. Barham. I’ve dealt with Europeans all my life. I know all about us parvenus from the States who come over here and race around your old Cathedral towns with our cameras and Coca-cola bottles... Brawl in your pubs, paw at your women, and act like we own the world. We over-tip, we talk too loud, we think we can buy anything with a Hershey bar. I’ve had Germans and Italians tell me how politically ingenuous we are, and perhaps so. But we haven’t managed a Hitler or a Mussolini yet. I’ve had Frenchmen call me a savage because I only took half an hour for lunch. Hell, Ms. Barham, the only reason the French take two hours for lunch is because the service in their restaurants is lousy. The most tedious lot are you British. We crass Americans didn’t introduce war into your little island. This war, Ms. Barham to which we Americans are so insensitive, is the result of 2,000 years of European greed, barbarism, superstition, and stupidity. Don’t blame it on our Coca-cola bottles. Europe was a going brothel long before we came to town."

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March 17, 2009

Baghdad Bob Gibbs: "Cheney Most Popular Member Of GOP Cabal -- After Rush"

"I guess Rush Limbaugh was busy so they trotted out the next most popular member of the Republican cabal," Gibbs said in a sarcastic tone.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs responding to a question about comments by former Vice-President Dick Cheney that President Obama is seeking to take advantage of the Economic Crisis to radically expand government in all kinds of ways.

I posted this yestersay, this is what Cheney said:

Wild Thing's comment.......

They have to attack whoever is effective to be able to continue with their smoke and mirrors. Cheney does not back down and neither does Limbaugh. I am surprised that this halfwit knows the word “cabal”. LOL

When did any press secretary for a Republican president demonize the opposition party in this fashion?

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March 12, 2009

Democrat Group The League of Conservation Voters for New Ad Using Rush

The latest Rush ad of the day. This ad is being run by the League of Conservation Voters. A Democrat group. They are going after Rush , and Rush said he is laughing about it. heh heh It is going to backfire on the dem group just like the other things the left has tired to do.

Rush talks about this ad:

" Now, there's video here, of course, video of Senator Mitch McConnell, John Boehner, James Inhofe. They use my mouth and my words. And after that, you will hear Governor Schwarzenegger and Governor Charlie Crist of Florida.
Now, what they've done, when you heard my voice, they put my words in the mouth of Mitch McConnell and then John Boehner and then James Inhofe, to make it look like they are parroting me, that I am running the show. Now, see, what I like about the ad is that I firmly believe everything I said in this ad is true, and I want to thank the League of Conservation Voters for helping to spread my message to your audiences via your ad. It's about time the American people heard the truth of the hoax of manmade global warming. See, this is why, my friends, I am not down and out. I haven't said anything I don't believe, so why should I be upset that they're playing it all over the country?
I do want the president to fail at trying to socialize America! I want the president to fail at trying to reorder the American economy. In fact, it's not even a question of wanting him to; he's going to. This will fail! The question we have, is can we bring about this failure soon enough so that we don't have to spend a couple generations undoing all of this, for your children, your grandchildren, and all the others?"

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March 09, 2009

Ann Coulter Clobbers Keith Olbermann

Ann Coulter Clobbers Keith's Cornell Claims

Fellow Cornellians Ann Coulter and Keith Olbermann Get in College Catfight

New York News and features

The thing about Ann Coulter is, she'll make you laugh even as what she's saying appalls you. Her column yesterday was an excellent example. She attacked liberal MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann over his habit of playing "gotcha!" clips when politicians (usually Republicans) misspeak, arguing that the point is only to make Olbermann himself look smart. Then she goes into uncharted territory: Coulter, a graduate of Cornell, attacks Olbermann, a fellow graduate, for bragging about his education.

See, Ann went to the College of Arts and Sciences, the part of the university that is part of the Ivy League. Keith went to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, which is technically a state school. It's a dichotomy that Cornellians the world around are keenly aware of, but rarely use against one another.

"If you've ever watched any three nights of his show, you know that Olbermann went to Cornell. But he always forgets to mention that he went to the school that offers classes in milking and bovine management. Indeed, Keith is constantly lying about his nonexistent "Ivy League" education, boasting to Playboy magazine, for example: "My Ivy League education taught me how to cut corners, skim books and take an idea and write 15 pages on it, and also how to work all day at the Cornell radio station and never actually go to class." Except Keith didn't go to the Ivy League Cornell; he went to the Old MacDonald Cornell. The real Cornell, the School of Arts and Sciences (average SAT: 1,325; acceptance rate: 1 in 6 applicants), is the only Ivy League school at Cornell and the only one that grants a Bachelor of Arts degree. Keith went to an affiliated state college at Cornell, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (average SAT: about that of pulling guards at the University of South Carolina; acceptance rate: 1 of every 1.01 applicants). Olbermann's incessant lying about having an "Ivy League education" when he went to the non-Ivy League ag school at Cornell would be like a graduate of the Yale locksmithing school boasting about being a "Yale man."

For some reason this feels like it crosses a line. Not like calling John Edwards a "faggot" or accusing the September 11 widows of "enjoying their husbands' deaths," but a line nonetheless. (She did make us laugh with her lines: "Most people who majored in 'communications' at an ag school don't act like Marshall Scholars" and "'Communications' is a major, along with 'recreation science,' most commonly associated with linemen at USC. But at least the linemen can throw a football, which Keith cannot because his mother decided he was not physically robust enough to play outdoors as a child.")

Olbermann, of course, was quick to respond. He told TVNewser:

"Poor Annie has completely lost it. Cornell diplomas don't make any reference to individual college or major. They're Cornell diplomas. Mine looks exactly like hers, only if she was an out-of-stater she probably paid 8-10 times what I did for mine. And the premise of the University is that anybody can take almost any course. Nearly half of mine were in "her" Arts College. And this is the first time since I went there in 1975 that I've ever seen a Cornellian rag on all the other colleges. It's a long way to go just to rationalize Limbaugh not knowing the Constitution from the Declaration of Independence."

Hmmm. We have to say, this one victory goes to Ann. Keith's response definitely wasn't as funny, and he kind of lost us at "poor Annie."

Wild Thing's comment........

When she focuses and applies her humor and intellect to a subject and carefully researches and explains, she is like a sub commander firing off torpedoes until her target is listing...then she fires off some more.

I remember when Keith Olbermann did the sports on channel 5 in L.A.. He was so bad that one day he disappeared from the airwaves and was replaced.

I don't watch Olbermann, but I do hear about his rants later on. Remember when Laura Ingraham too told him off . She was great as well when she told him off! Olbermann,s rants about Bush, that Iran is not our enemy, that our troops are killing innocent people, so many to name, it jsut makes me smile when I hear that Ann Coulter has laid into him!!! Good one for Ann Coulter.

Look at this where Keith Olbermann does his rant about Sarah Palin.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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March 08, 2009

Dick Armey:" Rush Limbaugh Is Right About Obama"

Dick Armey: Rush Limbaugh Is Right About Obama

Dick Armey at Freedom Works


By: David A. Patten

Former House Majority leader Dick Armey told Newsmax in an exclusive interview Friday that he joins talk radio host Rush Limbaugh in hoping that President Obama’s efforts to impose a "nanny state" agenda on America will fail.

Asked if he agreed with Limbaugh’s controversial sentiments, Armey replied, "Well sure. I mean, who wants to see America [imitate] so many other nations that have gone down this primrose path of thinking government can be the nanny state and provider of all things?"

In fact, Armey said, "a great many Americans" agree with Limbaugh. But he went on to say that Limbaugh should have been "more circumspect and more judicious" in his choice of words, to avoid being misconstrued.
“A quick translation is: 'Rush says he wants the president to fail - Rush hates America,'" explained Armey, who was a chief architect of the Contract with America. "My only comment on Rush is, 'Rush, you know the rules of the game of political discourse well enough to have not walked yourself into that trap.' And by some inference, not to have walked some of us into that trap with him."

The 18-year House veteran also took strong exception to the anti-Limbaugh media campaign orchestrated in recent weeks out of the West Wing of the White House by Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. Pundits have generally viewed that as a calculated effort to hurt Republican prospects with swing voters.

“Let’s say you’re the average American citizen," Armey told Newsmax. "The guy’s president of the United States. You’d say, 'I bet the guy has some real serious work to do.' But his chief of staff is what, operating as a political hack?

Ronald Reagan did not let the political hacks in the White House. His point was very simple: ‘We’ve got serious work to do. People in this country who are good people have trusted us, and I’m not sitting here listening to a bunch of politics, let’s talk about policies.'"

For Obama to govern effectively on behalf of the people, Armey said, he needs to tell his staff: "'We don’t do politics here. This is where we do the nation’s work.’ And get the political hacks out of there. Bush had too many political hacks in the White House, and certainly Clinton politicized everything."
Armey tells Newsmax that he doesn’t expect that to happen because of what he calls two of the cardinal rules of politics: "Democrats perpetrate, and Democrats get away with it."
"So what you will see," Armey predicted, "is this president, to a greater degree and to a more harmful degree than the Clinton presidency, using the White House and the executive branch of government as a political instrument on behalf of his party. It will start with the next Census. It's already started. And the orthodox press will simply let them get away with it. They will broker no criticism of the man. It’s a fascinating thing."

Armey held out hope, however, that Republicans could return to power soon.

"I do believe the Democrats will overreach," he said, but added that Republicans must commit to an agenda that will benefit America, rather than just pursue a return to power for power's sake.
"My point to the Republicans is, I'm not interested in the Republicans having the majority to serve the purposes of the Republican Party. If you don't have a purpose for America I could care a less whether you get to be in the majority. And I believe the voters have the same attitude," Armey said.

Armey currently serves as co-chairman of the Washington, D.C.-based FreedomWorks organization, leading a grassroots effort to mobilize some 500,000 activists on behalf of lower taxes, limited government, and greater liberty. He has written four influential books: Price Theory: A Policy-Welfare Approach (1977); The Freedom Revolution (1995), The Flat Tax (1996), and Armey’s Axioms (2003).

The former House Majority Leader also told Newsmax that the Obama administration is basing its response to the nation's economic crisis on outdated economic theories.

"The more they do, the more we have the investor class sitting on the sidelines, people are holding back, they're not going be involved with this. So this thing is a wound that is open and infested," he said.
Although Armey expressed confidence that the nation's markets will eventually straighten themselves out he said Obama is "running around acting like he’s the newfound savior" based on erroneous economic theories. That, he said, "is not doing a bit of good. It’s actually just making the problem worse."

Wild Thing's comment........

The polls in favor of Obama have dropped, he is down to 59%. That’s a drop from near 80% on January 20th. I would love to see them go down to ZERO.

The impact that Rush Limbaugh has had on the political landscape is huge.

First Mike Pence in an interview breaks ranks and agrees that he wants Obama to fail to impose his big government agenda. Actually Pence has always been awesome, he has been speaking even back when Bush was President.

Next Michael Steele, after apologizing to Rush, on Bill Bennett’s radio program on Friday as guest host referred to Obama’s Marxist aims, his socialist agenda, that Sarah Palin was a definite threat to Obama and blameless in the wardrobe controversy and celebrated Rush when saying ‘words mean something’.

Now Dick Armey comes out four-square for Rush’s position.

And within a week that Rush’s CPAC speech hasn’t changed the political dynamics and landscape in Washington.

“One man with courage makes a majority.” Andrew Jackson

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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March 05, 2009

White House Gibbs and Rush's Invitation To Obama For a Debate

At today's WH Press Briefing, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs admitted that the WH Rush Limbaugh strategy is counterproductive.

Dem. calls Limbaugh a 'sorry excuse for a human being'

The Hill

Democrats, it appears, are becoming increasingly willing to fire away at conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.

This statement from Congressman Alan Grayson, a Florida Democrat,

“I’m sorry Limbaugh called for harsh sentences for drug addicts while he was a drug addict. I’m also sorry that he’s bent on seeing America fail. And I’m sorry that Limbaugh is one sorry excuse for a human being.”
Todd Jurkowski, a spokesman for Grayson, confirmed the statement. He said that Grayson said it shortly after RNC chair Michael Steele issued and apology to Limbaugh and so "the congressman decided to isssue one as well, and that's what came out of it."


Limbaugh's Invitation To Barack Hussein Obama to a Debate

Source : Rush 24/7


It is on the record -- thanks to -- since last fall, the White House, led by Rahm Emanuel, the chief of staff to Barack Obama, has been targeting me, your host, your harmless, lovable little fuzzball. Their standard operating procedure: they need a demon to distract and divert from what their agenda is. They need a demon about whom they can lie so as to persuade average Americans that they're the good guys, the benevolent good guys, and the mean SOBs are their enemies trying to stop this great young little president from doing miraculous and wonderful things.

There is a new ad that this union bunch is running in Washington, DC, The note is an apology note to me, and you can fill in your name and the reason you're apologizing. It is funny. I had to laugh when I saw it last night.

But make no mistake about it. Emanuel is the leader of all of this. Begala and Carville, don't confuse them with the power brokers that are managing this. It all Emanuel. Begala and Carville are second-rate talking heads on CNN. CNN has no audience. Rahm Emanuel is the power behind the throne -- and don't let his effeminate nature and his ballerina past mislead you on this. He may look effeminate (he was a ballerina at one time) but he has the feral instincts of a female rat defending its young.

My point here is that these are really odious, empty, nasty people who are feasting on their own arrogance. They are power hungry. But, you know what? They've never had a serious debate over ideas. Their goal is to destroy opponents, which is what they're trying to do now. They don't want to engage opponents. Their idea of victory is the destruction of the opponent. They're not for a level playing field. They want to clear the playing field so that their ideas do not have to undergo any scrutiny.
So let's have the debate! I am offering President Obama to come on this program -- without staffers, without a teleprompter, without note cards -- to debate me on the issues. Let's talk about free markets versus government control. Let's talk about nationalizing health care and raising taxes on small business.
Let's talk about the New Deal versus Reaganomics. Let's talk about closing Guantanamo Bay, and let's talk about sending $900 million to Hamas. Let's talk about illegal immigration and the lawlessness on the borders. Let's talk about massive deficits and the destroying of opportunities of future generations. Let's talk about ACORN, community agitators, and the unions that represent the government employees which pour millions of dollars into your campaign, President Obama. Let's talk about your elimination of school choice for minority students in the District of Columbia. Let's talk about your efforts to further reduce domestic drilling and refining of oil. Let's talk about your stock market. By the way, Mr. President, I want to help. Yesterday you said you looked at the stock market as no different than a tracking poll that goes up and down.
There's no "up and down" here. We have a plunge.
The president yesterday suggested "we're getting to the point where profits and earnings ratios are approaching that point where you want to invest." Uh, Mr. President? There is no "profits and earnings" ratio. It's "price and earnings" ratio. He's the president of the United States. He doesn't know anything about the stock market. He's admitted it before.
In fact, Mr. President, you know what, I know these are tough economic times, and you're trying to convince people that you're "saving" the taxpayers money, that you're cutting spending, that you're cutting the deficit. In that vein, I, Mr. President, will send my jet, EIB One, to pick you up and bring you here and take you back to wherever you want to go. You'd love it. It's not as big and luxurious as your jet, but it's got enough seats for your Secret Service detail. But it is something to behold. I'm very proud of it, Mr. President. I worked for it. I paid for it. Taxpayers pay you for your travel. Nobody pays me for mine. I pay for it. I pay for the airplane. I pay for the travel. I pay for practically everything I do. We can talk about that, too. I could tell you what that's like.
And once you land, by the way, I have a fleet of SUVs because I have guests here all the time. I have four or five SUVs. I can send a caravan to pick you up. I'll even put you up at The Breakers. It's a five-star resort. I'll do it all on my dime. We don't want the taxpayers footing any of the bill for this -- and my jet burns a lot less fuel than your two and your C-130 to bring your limousine and SUV caravan here. In fact, you know what, Mr. President? I'll tell you what I will do, if you will do this. I will promise to order some Wagyu Kobe beef at $100 a pound, just like you serve at your cocktail parties and your Super Bowl parties. I'll get it from Allen Brothers in Chicago, since you like that. I know you like $100-per-pound beef. You serve it at the White House.
But I'll cover the cost. I will cover the cost, Mr. President, so that the taxpayers do not have to pay for it, as they did your Super Bowl party, and as they do your Wednesday afternoon cocktail party. So you have no excuses. Your flunkies are demanding this debate. Your flunkies are targeting a private citizen with an enemies list that so far has three or four names on it: Mine; Rick Santelli; Jim Cramer at CNBC; and let's not forget Joe the Plumber, who your allies in Ohio also tried to destroy. The difference is that Joe the Plumber does not have his own microphone every day. They're shutting Santelli up at CNBC. They're going to shut Cramer up pretty soon, too, but he'll go down with a fight. That isn't going to happen here, to me.
I'm calling. I'm ready. I'll do everything I can to facilitate it.


Wild Thing's comment........

Rush is calling Obama out to a one on one debate any time anywhere. Rush has offered to fly him out and feed him! LOL

The president is being made to look like a fool regarding his policies and his views on the stock markets and the economy, etc... and he is.
Hahahahaha Rush has "DOUBLE DOG DARED" him to debate, says it is not a trick, he is dead serious. Obama would be under the podium curled up in the fetal position, crying and sucking his thumb after 1 minute debating Rush.

The problem for the White House is that Rush really is an intelligent person.What I find really funny is that Rush said what he did about Obama and a debate with him and then the White House ( Gibbs) says the strategy they have been using with Limbaugh is counterproductive. Hahahaha no kidding Obama, Gibbs, Rahm and Carville.

Regarding what Grayson said, I have said a lot worse about almost all the democrats, when I say they are not the air they breath and I mean what I say and do not apologize for saying it. But I think it is sickening that this person Grayson is PRO Code Pink ) that has given money to terrorists to help kill our troops) making him a total low life and has the nerve to say anything negative about Rush.

And in regards to his reference to Rush as a drug addict I beg to differ. Rush was in extreme pain for many years, his neck and back and nothing helped. He used pain pills, he had a legitimate reason for wanting the pain pills, and a valid prescription, even if he misused it.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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March 04, 2009

White House Showing Fear of Truth Continues Attacks on Rush Limbaugh

Democrats' "apology" Web page mocks Limbaugh



Democrats will continue Wednesday to portray Rush Limbaugh as the spokesman for the Republican Party by launching a Web page that mocks GOP leaders for apologizing to the radio host for criticizing or publicly disagreeing with him.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is hosting the and HERE is the Home page....which allows visitors to create an apology to Limbaugh on behalf of Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Georgia; South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford; or Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele.

"You and I both know that in reality, you simply want President Obama to fail in this time of economic collapse," reads the fake letter of apology template. "How can I disagree with that? Please accept my sincere apologies, oh great leader of the Republican Party."

Democrats have sought to portray Limbaugh as the leader of the Republican Party and stepped up their efforts last weekend to promote the idea after the radio talk show host told a gathering of conservative political activists to stand strong for their principles. Limbaugh also was unapologetic for saying earlier this year that he hoped President Barack Obama would fail.

"What is so strange about being honest and saying I want Barack Obama to fail if his mission is to restructure and reform this country so that capitalism and individual liberty are not its foundation?" Limbaugh told attendees of the Conservative Political Action Conference that met last weekend in Washington, D.C.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine released a statement this week describing Limbaugh as :

"the leading force behind the Republican Party, its politics and its obstruction of President Obama's agenda in Washington."

By trying to link congressional and state Republican leaders to Limbaugh, Democrats hope that voters are turned off by the talk radio host's sometimes off-color and hyper-critical commentary.

The RNC was contacted late Tuesday evening for comment, but had not responded.

White House Returns Fire on Rush Limbaugh

Yesterday White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs actually made the following statement in responding to Rush Limbaugh's expanded explanation of why he hopes Obama's plan for the economy fails:

"I can only imagine what might have been said a few years ago if somebody might have said that on the other side relating to what was going on in this country or our endeavors overseas."

Wild Thing's comment........

God bless Rush! He speaks the truth and the White House and the rest on the left just can't handle it. He has explained enough times what he meant about using the word Fail, a child of 5 would understand what he meant. BUT not the socialists on the left, the progressives wanting to destroy our country.

They are coming after Rush with the full force of the DemParty. And one other thing, it is not only about Rush. It's about you, me and anyone else who loves and defends those things -- the Constitution, family values, the unique American culture, etc. -- that make America unique.

Baghdad Bob Gibbs is so full ot it! Democrats and Liberals were almost unanimous in their efforts to make the war in Iraq a failure. They pretty much unanimously voiced their wish for our failure in Iraq and the worked tirelessly towards that goal in their press, their protests and their propaganda.

The DNC must fear something, or else why would they bother with something like this. I guess they are scared because they know in their hearts and minds Obama’s policies will fail, and in turn so will they.

We are seeing the calculated death of capitalism and a free market economy and replacement with a nazi style of socialism. According to the RAT mouthpiece, CNN, the money being wretched from the private sector, as markets fall in unison, is being replaced by handouts from Hussein’s socialists thugs to every sniveling liberal with a tin cup. This is Hussein’s redistribution of wealth that he promised, ie, money leaving the private sector being replaced with money by the government sector.

Capitalism will continue to collapse as long as Hussein is in power and nothing will stop this rise of a truely evil ruler. Hussein is doing precisely as Mugabe is doing to Zimbabwe.

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March 02, 2009

Rahm Emanuel Talks About America Loving Rush Limbaugh

Source for photo

Rahm Emanuel the White House chief of staff, is known by colleagues as "Rahmbo" - a nickname reflecting his reputation as one of the most ferociously combative figures in Washington. Mr Emanuel, who received training in ballet as a boy.

Emanuel was encouraged by his mother to take ballet lessons as a boy and is a graduate of the Evanston School of Ballet. He won a scholarship to the Joffrey Ballet but turned it down to attend Sarah Lawrence College, a liberal arts school with a strong dance program.


CNN Obama Picks Ballet Dancing Rahm Emanuel Chief of Staff


Rahm on Rush - GOP Shouldn't Follow Him

Wild Thing's comment.........

Rush's CPAC speech has the vampire look alike Rahm Emanual telling CBS's Sunday morning show host Bob Schaeffer how he sure hopes Republicans don't follow the lead of people like Rush Limbaugh... for the country's good, of course. GOPers should be thrilled to be getting such solid advice from the White House.

Rahm Emanual has been demonstrated to be a tax cheat, and he more than likely violated Congressional standards regarding his housing allowance and perdiem.

If the Dems really considered Rush to be irrelevant or unimportant, they would ignore him. Instead, they are showing that they're scared to death of him.

LOL Like I am going to give a hoot what America hating Rham Emmanuel & Barack Hussein Obama tell me to do.

As smart as they believe themselves to be, there is a concept they just cannot seem to fathom: Rush doesn't play by their rules, and he has no intention of ever doing so. This will be their undoing, as Rush continues day-by-day to provide them the rope to hang themselves.

And you know what gets me too. WE don't play by the Democrats rules either.

It is the rino's like McCain etc. that insist on reaching across the table, constantly use terms like " My Friend" ( imo showing weakness) that make the Democrats think we care what they think or what they want us to do! That convinces the Democrats they can DICTATE to us when we want no part of it.

We know who the enemy is of our country and it is NOT conservatives it is every person on the left that votes for freaks like B. Hussein Obama and his ilk. That follow blindly, that hate all rich people or anyone that has done well , anyone that has gone after the American Dream in any way. God forbid if any of us tried to do such a thing. We know how destructive it is to have BIG government and how dangerous to all our country has stood for. How our Founding Fathers knew this too and did all they could to warn future generations about this in their writings.

Remember how badly Sarah Palin bugged Obama? He was always going off-message and commenting on her, rather than addressing his opponent, McCain. Rush does the same thing to these liberals - they cannot stand the notion of having an articulate, intelligent conservative person speakin the truth. They are fixated on “what if people start to listen?”, just like the fairy tale when people finally realized the emperor had no clothes.

Rahm Immanuel can GO TO HELL!

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February 28, 2009

Some Notes From Rush Limbaugh's Speech at CPAC

He said that Democrats not just sought the failure of Republican presidents and policies but also actively sought the failure of the US at war.

His speech was awesome, he was on FIRE! I loved it. See some of my notes below. Just some quick things I was able to jot down. ~ Wild Thing

Rush Limbaugh was 15 minutes early to the stage, but no one was complaining Saturday evening in Washington, D.C., at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

Quite the contrary. On the conference's third and final day, the conservative talk radio host was the headliner, and the crowd greeted him with an immense ovation.

"Ladies and gentleman, this is my first ever address to the nation," Limbaugh joked, noting that FOX News and C-SPAN were broadcasting the speech live.

"We can take this country back. All we need is to nominate the right candidate," he said.

Rush Limbaugh’s "first address to the nation." giggle l love when he said it like this.

The room is wild with enthusiasm ..........!!!!!!!!!!

And “I’ve not needed a teleprompter for anything I’ve said ......”


"Obama's State of the Union Show" LOL good one Rush

They had a typical drive-by media focus group--losers!" (more laughter)

Rush calls Biden a bigot!!! (CHEERS and applause!)

“Presidents are stewards of this country. It is not their task to remake it in their image.”

"It is not the task of a politician to remake America!”

“It is not their right to remake this nation to reflect their psychology.”

"Orgasmic is ok...Rush checked. W/Fox...after all, they carried the Lewinski thing..."

"President Obama, your agenda is Not new, not change and not hope!!"

“Do they try to elevate those at the bottom?? Nooo, they try to tear down those at the top!!”

Rush talking about Newt and Kristol without saying their names. Beltway Conservatives that said the "era of Reagan is over."

Rush: "When the hell do you ever hear a democrat saying the era of FDR is over?"

“Would have been more votes if we’d had a conservative on the ticket”...w

hoa! John McCain, watch out! LOL! This is one of the best speeches I have listened to since Reagan.

Pointing out correctly that the media loved McCain when he went against his own party and W, but they turned on him when he was running against their Messiah.

"I don't see Hispanic, Blacks, groups, etc...I SEE AMERICANS!"

Standing ovation!!

“There is nothing stale about liberty!”


“I realize some of you at home have never heard liberal democrats being made fun of in this way. (perfect pause) Get used to it!” LOL

Rush: “I want the country to survive”.

"I want the country to SUCCEED!"
"I want the country to survive as we've known it."

"Our country is under assault from within, and that's a serious, serious battle."

"Optimism, confidence, not guilt. The main thing to do is STOP THINKING THAT WE ARE IN THE MINORITY. It is your confidence that liberates you, it is not being in the minority."

Rush hit it WAYYYYY out of the park! It was GREAT!

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Obama Corrupting America With Socialism

Psychiatrist: Obama corrupting America with socialism

Book author warns economic 'rescue' will turn citizens into 'wards of state'


By Chelsea Schilling

Only a month into Barack Obama's presidency, an acclaimed psychiatrist is warning that Americans are being slowly corrupted by socialism as Obama's policies intrude into their economic, social and political lives – a tactic he believes will secure future votes for the Democratic Party.

"We have a desperate population, and it's feeling even more desperate than usual," Dr. Lyle Rossiter told WND. "People are really quite frightened. They're looking for magic, and they think they are going to find it in this man."

Rossiter is a forensic psychiatrist and author of "The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness." In his book, he explains how the kind of liberalism being displayed by both Barack Obama and the Democratic Party can only be understood as a psychological disorder. He examines how modern liberal collectivism undermines the legal and moral foundations of ordered liberty.

Rossiter warned that Obama, after only six weeks in office, is well on his way to institutionalizing a modern parental state – and his socialist programs will ultimately damage the moral fiber of the American people.

"This is not a stimulus program that is going to work economically," Rossiter said. "In the meantime, the character of the people – virtues of self-reliance, self-direction, self-determination, altruistic concern for others, charitable care for others rather than government-mandated welfare programs, regulation and taxation – all the capacities that made this country great are being contaminated.
"We are being corrupted by these programs."

Rossiter said Obama has seduced Americans into believing he can deliver them from economic distress associated with the housing, banking and unemployment crises.

"He has a particular gift for rhetorical speech that's inspiring, seductive and inviting," he said. "He's a quite charming person in his manner. People have been looking for someone to rescue them, and Obama has presented himself as the hero of the day."

However, Rossiter predicts Obama's collectivist rescue plan will end in disaster.

"He's headed for a very severe fall because the expectations are far in excess of what anyone could possibly provide," he said. "We've reached the point where, not only can the economy not respond to the stimulus, we have an incredible amount of debt. The entire project is going to collapse, and he will be humiliated."

Human nature is not conducive to socialism, Rossiter warned. Imposition of a collectivist system and policies encouraging citizens to seek help through government intervention and social programs may prove to be a death blow to the nation's spirit and liberties.

"If you keep trying to do it, you are going to destroy the character of the people," he said. "You may be able to subjugate them and get them into this dependent state, but, ultimately, society collapses because it's conceptually flawed."

In his book, he reveals how the liberal agenda preys on weakness and feelings of inferiority in the population by:

* creating and reinforcing perceptions of victimization;
* satisfying infantile claims to entitlement, indulgence and compensation;
* augmenting primitive feelings of envy;
* rejecting the sovereignty of the individual, subordinating him to the will of the government.

Obama's policies of promoting dependency are just part of a larger plan that goes far beyond economic "rescue," Rossiter claims. The administration is building a larger voting base.

"What Obama and the Democrats are doing is a profoundly political move to increase the numbers of voters by getting them on welfare so they will continue to vote Democratic," he said." Their immigration program is geared toward the same end – to provide legalization and benefits for illegal immigrants because they know 70 percent of those people voted Democratic."

Wild Thing's comment........

This is an excellent article and I like how the author is very clear what Obama is up to and how even now the Democrats with Obama at the helm are working to get the rest of our country needy and living off the government thus creating more votes for their party as well.

Obama is the most dangerous man our country has ever had in power. I have noticed and this has happened slowly which is sad, but there are some that are finally speaking out about Obama. Using words now like socialist, socialism and how Obama is creating doing all he can to make America a socialist country. I heard the word socialist on Hanny last night many,many times, Not only from Hannity but from others on his show. That is a new turn now to hear them saying it out loud like we have done here at this blog.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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Barack Obama's Cruel Socialism by Rush Limbaugh

Barack Obama's Cruel Socialism

Limbaugh member website archive page

CALLER: We appreciate it. God bless you, sir. Do you think Obama is making the decisions and the stuff that he is, because he's in over his head and doesn't know what he's doing, or is actually doing it on purpose to destroy our country?

RUSH: Well, I don't think he thinks he's destroying it, the country. I think he knows he's destroying a system that he thinks is unfair, unjust, and he doesn't like. He is destroying capitalism. That's his objective. He wants to destroy capitalism. He wants to establish a very powerful socialist government, authoritarian. He's intellectual. They want control. He wants control of the economy; he wants it for his party as well. They don't think they're destroying America. They think they are America! See, these people think their way is America. We're the ones un-American. We're the ones that stand for capitalism, which is unfairness. To them, capitalism is greed. It is selfishness. And they are the good people, and they love to think of themselves that way. In truth, what Obama's doing is cruel.

they have done is cruel, and they've done it for 50 years, and they get away with it because of their "good intentions." They only want to help. Somehow the unintended consequences end up really damaging millions of people and families. It's never reported that way because the assumption is they're full of compassion and love, and they're "just trying to help." So no, he's not trying to destroy America. He thinks he is America. He thinks he represents the America that's been getting the shaft for 200 years. He represents the America that's on the wrong side of every deal.

They get the raw deal, the rotten deal. They have been screwed. They have been shafted. They've been taken advantage of; they've been discriminated against. It's time to make it right! It's time to show these people that have been doing these evil things to people exactly how it feels. So you want to find out what it's like on welfare when you don't care people are on it? Here you go, here's your unemployment check. You want to find out what it feels like to be scared to death? Here you go. This is about revenge, a little vengeance. It is about theoretical capitalism that they despise 'cause they can't control it and again because they think it's unfair and unjust and unequal. No, no, no. They're not in their minds trying to destroy America. They're trying to rewrite it.

The only problem they've got is that liberalism doesn't flourish in the free market which is why Obama has to go out and sound like he's Ronald Reagan, promising socialism. He couldn't be getting away with this -- and this point, ladies and gentlemen, is crucial. He couldn't and wouldn't be getting away with this were it not for a totally compliant press.

If it weren't for the Drive-Bys in effect being his PR agent each and every day, he would not be getting away with this. If there were a genuine vetting of Barack Obama during the campaign and prior to it -- if there were a genuine vetting of his administration, all these plans -- he wouldn't be getting away with any of this. But he has not been vetted and he has not been challenged. He has not been investigated. He has not been questioned. He's not been doubted for going on two years.

Well, that's a lot of solid time to propagandize people. That's where we are.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Fantastic, and I love the way Rush has stated about how Obama has NOT been vetted, not investigated!

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February 26, 2009

Three Cheers for Rush ~ Limbaugh Lashes Out at Republican Jindal-Bashers

Wild Thing's comment............

Conservatives need to stick together and this bashing I saw yesterday online at other places was disgusting. These same people in the Republican party also bashed Gov. Sarah Palin too for any number of reasons. Do they spend much time on McCain or any of the other rino's NO. They are more concerned with nit picking Jindal and Palikn instead of listening to their message and what they say.
Jindal did a good job and the things he said were good.

I remember seeing Republicans putting Sarah down for saying "you betcha' " things like that.

Good for Rush, it was nasty last night, it was dejavu Palin attacks and it made me sick. Especially from the group on Fox.

We are now in the era of style over substance. Past leaders such as Washington, Adams and Jefferson were not good speakers. By their own and other accounts. Great leaders but not speakers.

Teddy Roosevelt had a high annoying voice. A great leader by almost any accounts.

The GOP is apparently very blind. Jindal did a great job. Of course these are the people who gave us McCain. And put down Palin. They are looking for another liberal Republican.

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Chris Matthews Comes UP With BS Reason for Saying " My God" at Jindal

MSNBCer says 'Oh God' before Jindal Response to Obama's speech

Real clear politics

As Gov. Jindal prepares to give the Republican response to Obama's address, an MSNBC host or producer was heard off camera muttering "Oh God."

The remark came after host Keith Olbermann paused the panel's discussion as Gov. Jindal was walking to the camera.

UPDATE (3:36pm Eastern 2/25): Chris Matthews tells TV Newser it was him. Matthews will explain his remark on "Hardball" tonight. Here is some of what he will say:

I was taken aback by that peculiar stagecraft, the walking from somewhere in the back of this narrow hall, this winding staircase looming there, the odd anti-bellum look of the scene. Was this some mimicking of a president walking along the state floor to the East Room?

Wild Thing's comment.........

MSNBC is pure propaganda! LOL Chris Matthews admitted to it. I don't believe what Matthews says is the reason, no way.

Matthews was deliberately trying to diss Jindal and took a cheap shot at him even before he had spoken a single word.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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February 23, 2009

Alan Colms Interviews Obama's Friend TERRORIST Bill Ayers

Excerpts from Bill Ayers' Interview With Fox News


Alan Colmes recently taped an exclusive interview with Bill Ayers – and tonight, for the first time since Hannity & Colmes – Alan will appear on-set with Sean to discuss and air the interview

(tonight on Hannity, 9:00pm ET on FNC)

Ayers on President Obama sending 17,000 additional troops to Afghanistan:

“It's a mistake. It's a colossal mistake. And, you know, we've seen this happen before, Alan. We've seen a hopeful presidency, Lyndon Johnson's presidency, burn up in the furnace of war.”
“I fear that this brilliant young man, this hopeful new administration, could easily burn their prospect of a great presidency in the war in Afghanistan or elsewhere.”

On setting bombs as part of the Weather Underground:

“I don't regret anything I did it to oppose the war. It was -- I did it to oppose the war. I don't regret it.”
“I don't look back on those things and regret them, but I'm willing to rethink them. And there are many things which I'm going to rethink.”

Wild Thing's comment.........

Interviewing an unrepentant terrorist and doctrinaire Marxist; I’d expect nothing less from Colmes. Ayers shouldn’t even be breathing God’s air and Fox wants to legitimize him with a prime time interview!?

Ayers is my enemy, he also the enemy of my country. Obama is the enemy from within to even have associated with this man. He NEVER even threw him under the bus. No one in the media went after Obama for his friendship with Ayers, other then a few on Talk Radio and Hannity talked about it a lot.

"Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, kill your parents, that's where it's really at"
--Bill Ayers (1970), quoted in New York Times, September 11, 2001

"Dig It. First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them, they even shoved a fork into a victim’s stomach! Wild!"
-Weather Underground leader and wife of Bill Ayers, Bernardine Dohrn, referring to the Manson murders
Article: Allies in War -by David Horowitz
Monday, September 17, 2001

From American Thinker
September 16, 2008
Article: Obama's Foul Weather Friends
By Scott Swett and Roger Canfield

"As a gesture of solidarity, the Vietnamese who [Bernardine] Dohrn met in Budapest presented her with a ring made from an American aircraft shot down over North Vietnam. Bill Ayers would receive a similar ring while meeting with Vietnamese communists in Toronto. He later recalled being so moved by the gesture that he 'left the room to cry.' He said, 'I realized...America was an evil... and that I was... living inside the belly of the beast...' "

So, would Mr. Ayers do it all again, he is asked? "I don’t want to discount the possibility," he said.
New York Times
September 11, 2001:
"No Regrets for a Love Of Explosives; In a Memoir of Sorts, a War Protester Talks of Life With the Weathermen"

'Guilty as hell, free as a bird—America is a great country,' he [Ayers] said."
August 2001, Chicago Magazine (article: No Regrets)

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February 19, 2009

'Fairness Doctrine'

White House: Obama Opposes 'Fairness Doctrine' Revival

A White House spokesman tells President Obama opposes any move to bring back the so-called Fairness Doctrine.

FOX News

President Obama opposes any move to bring back the so-called Fairness Doctrine, a spokesman told Wednesday.

"As the president stated during the campaign, he does not believe the Fairness Doctrine should be reinstated," White House spokesman Ben LaBolt told

That was after both senior adviser David Axelrod and White House press secretary Robert Gibbs left open the door on whether Obama would support reinstating the doctrine.

A closer look is more truthful

Obama Declares War on Conservative Talk Radio

American Thinker

November 2008
By Jim Boulet, Jr.

Barack Obama sought to silence his critics during his 2008 campaign. Now, with the ink barely dry on this November's ballots, Obama has begun a war against conservative talk radio.

Obama is on record as saying he does not plan an exhumation of the now-dead "Fairness Doctrine". Instead, Obama's attack on free speech will be far less understood by the general public and accordingly, far more dangerous.

The late community organizer Saul Alinsky taught his followers to strike hard from an unexpected direction, an approach known as Alinsky jujitsu.

Obama himself not only worked as an organizer for an Alinsky offshoot organization, Chicago's Developing Communities Project, but would go on to teach classes in Alinsky's beliefs and methods.

"Alinsky jujitsu" as applied to conservative talk radio means using vague rules already on the books to threaten any station which dares to air conservative programs with the loss of its valuable broadcast license.

Team Obama and the "localism" weapon

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rule in question is called "localism." Radio and television stations are required to serve the interests of their local community as a condition of keeping their broadcast licenses.

Obama needs only three votes from the five-member FCC to define localism in such a way that no radio station would dare air any syndicated conservative programming.

Localism is one of the rare issues on which Obama himself has been outspoken.

On September 20, 2007, Obama submitted a pro-localism written statement to an FCC hearing held at the Chicago headquarters of Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr.'s Operation Push.

Furthermore, the Obama transition team knows all about the potential of localism as a means of silencing conservative dissent. The head of the Obama transition team is John Podesta, President and CEO of the Center for American Progress.

In 2007, the Center for American Progress issued a report, The Structural Imbalance of Political Talk Radio. This report complained that there was too much conservative talk on the radio because of "the absence of localism in American radio markets" and urged the FCC to "[e]nsure greater local accountability over radio licensing.

For the rest of the article........PLEASE CLICK is rather long and detailed, but excellent.

Wild Thing's comment.......

If we look at what Obama did during the campaign, his intimidation of people, interviewers on radio shows like the ones here in Florida that he complained about and they were silenced. The Team Obama thing in PA and Missouri and how Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt strongly criticized Barack Obama's campaign for their attempts to intimidate those who would speak out against Obama with stickers on their cars, talk radio, signs or even something a non Obama person might say, etc. Their names were to be turned in and arrested even for the day. the Obama campaign operates behind the scenes, the brutal ruthlessness, the smear tactics abounded during the campaign. I will never as long as I live forget all of that. I never dreamed that kind of thing would happen in our country.

Obama wants localism, it is the stealth move. Just like all the garbage in this porkulus package. Keeping it from being read and forcing everyone to vote on it unread. Obama saying there was a crisis over and over in every speech leading up to last Friday.

I truly believe B. Hussein Obama and all this talk about the fairness doctrine ( from Democrats ) is currently a smoke and mirrors move because localism is about to be implemented.

Think of it like a magician. Localism is in the left hand, while everybody is trying to get you to focus in on the right hand which contains the fairness doctrine.

“no no, look over here. That’s right”

....Thank you Mark for sending the article to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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February 17, 2009

An Open Letter to the Congress and the President

An Open Letter to the Congress and the President of the United States

The Heritage Foundation

For the last 35 years, educators and analysts at The Heritage Foundation have been intimately involved in the nation's great public policy debates. In all that time, we have never encountered legislation with such far-reaching and revolutionary policy implications as the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act currently before Congress. And never have we seen a bill more cloaked in secrecy or more withdrawn from open public exposure and honest debate.

In addition to being the single most expensive bill ever proposed, this measure calls for a massive expansion of the federal government's reach into the day-to-day life of virtually every citizen, business and civic organization in the nation. That, in itself, should be the subject of an extensive public conversation and thoughtful debate. Instead, we have seen Congressional leaders schedule snap votes on a 1,434-page bill that no one—repeat, no one—has had a chance to read in its entirety, much less digest and deliberate.

This bill has been advertised as an economic stimulus bill—despite the fact that the Congressional Budget Office estimates it will actually weaken our nation's long-term economic growth. While the stimulative utility of the bill is, at best, questionable, it would unquestionably rewrite the social contract between the American people and their government. For example:

* The bill reverses the bipartisan and highly successful welfare reforms of 1996 and drastically expands the welfare state. For instance, it will start rewarding states for adding people to their welfare rolls, rather than for helping them find gainful employment. And contrary to long-established practice, it will entitle able-bodied adults without children to receive cash assistance.
* It does extreme violence to the concept of federalism—bailing out states that have spent irresponsibly at the expense of taxpayers in states that have been fiscally prudent.
* It greatly shifts the responsibility and power over health care delivery and decision making from individuals to government. Among other things, it would create a new federal health board to decide which medical services are "effective" in America, paving the way for government effectively to overrule the clinical decisions of private physicians.
* It deliberately censors religious speech and worship on school campuses by prohibiting use of any "stimulus" funds for facilities that are used for sectarian instruction, religious worship, or a school of divinity.

The list goes on. These and similar provisions will mean fundamental changes in our society. In many instances, the bill would establish policies that directly challenge widely held American values.

We are appalled that Congress is even contemplating such profound changes with so little openness and due diligence. In the past, major policy changes in our welfare system, or health care, or trade policies, etc., were always, quite properly, preceded by extensive public conversation and full debate. That is how a democracy should make important decisions.

The failure of Congress and the Administration to allow that debate is damaging to our democracy. Both chambers of Congress suspended their budget rules to push it along. And both the President and the leaders of the House and Senate have violated their solemn promises that the bill would be available for several days of public review prior to voting, so that the American people might have a chance to learn what is in the bill and to make their views known to their elected officials.

This reckless approach to governance can only undermine public faith in our elected officials and our government as a whole. We call on Congress and the Administration to live up to their promises and stated ideals, and give the democratic process a chance to work.

Ed Feulner is president of The Heritage Foundation.

Wild Thing's comment......

This is excellent and well reasoned, and succinct. This should be a should be a full-page ad in every newspaper in our country. And for those very characteristics, it will be incomprehensible to the vast majority of Republicans and for sure Democrats and as fas as Obama is concerned he would have to have it typed onto his cheat screen to even read it.

This is what happens when we suffer Rinos.

What would the Framers say about the stimulate fascism bill?

"If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains rest lightly upon you and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."
-- Samuel Adams

"I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. Already they have raised up a monied aristocracy that has set the government at defiance. The issuing power (of money) should be taken away from the banks and restored to the people to whom it properly belongs."
-- Thomas Jefferson

The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.
-- Thomas Jefferson

Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of Liberty.
-- Thomas Jefferson

"In questions of power then, let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the chains of the Constitution."
-- Thomas Jefferson
To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.-- Thomas Jefferson

"The principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale."
-- Thomas Jefferson

"It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins."
-- Benjamin Franklin

If Congress can employ money indefinitely to the general welfare... they may appoint teachers in every state... The powers of Congress would subvert the very foundation, the very nature of the limited government established by the people of America.
-- James Madison

Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God!
-- Patrick Henry

The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.
-- Patrick Henry

When the American spirit was in its youth, the language of America was different: Liberty, sir, was the primary object.
-- Patrick Henry

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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Waxman Wants To Use Power of Fed. Gov. To Control Internet Content

In All Fairness

The American Spectator

"Waxman is also interested, say sources, in looking at how the Internet is being used for content and free speech purposes. "It's all about diversity in media," says a House Energy staffer, familiar with the meetings. "Does one radio station or one station group control four of the five most powerful outlets in one community? Do four stations in one region carry Rush Limbaugh, and nothing else during the same time slot? Does one heavily trafficked Internet site present one side of an issue and not link to sites that present alternative views? These are some of the questions the chairman is thinking about right now, and we are going to have an FCC that will finally have the people in place to answer them."

"One idea Waxman's committee staff is looking at is a congressionally mandated policy that would require all TV and radio stations to have in place "advisory boards" that would act as watchdogs to ensure "community needs and opinions" are given fair treatment. Reports from those advisory boards would be used for license renewals and summaries would be reviewed at least annually by FCC staff."

Democratic Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee Henry Waxman to regulate political speech on the Internet.

In addition to details of methods Waxman is considering to rein in conservative talk radio, The Prowler reports on Waxman's desire to use the power of the federal government to investigate amd control political content on the Internet.

The article quotes an unnamed committee staffer as saying of Waxman's power grab:

"Does one heavily trafficked Internet site present one side of an issue and not link to sites that present alternative views? These are some of the questions the chairman is thinking about right now, and we are going to have an FCC that will finally have the people in place to answer them."
"Internet radio is becoming a big deal, and we're seeing that some web sites are able to control traffic and information, while other sites that may be of interest or use to citizens get limited traffic because of the way the people search and look for information. We're at very early stages on this, but the chairman has made it clear that oversight of the Internet is one of his top priorities."
"This isn't just about Limbaugh or a local radio host most of us haven't heard about. The FCC and state and local governments also have oversight over the Internet lines and the cable and telecom companies that operate them. We want to get alternative views on radio and TV, but we also want to makes sure those alternative views are read, heard and seen online, which is becoming increasingly video and audio driven. Thanks to the stimulus package, we've established that broadband networks -- the Internet -- are critical, national infrastructure. We think that gives us an opening to look at what runs over that critical infrastructure."

The article reports that Waxman intends to work with Democratic Party President Barack Hussein Obama's nominee to be chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Julius Genachowski, who is awaiting confirmation by the Democrat controlled Senate, to investigate and regulate free speech on the Internet.

Wild Thing's comment........

We are accelerating towards socialism at 1000 mph. This should be the second “shot heard around the world”. The destruction of the First Amendment cannot be allowed to stand.

To the Socialists, Diversity = eliminating the opposition.
These people are of course extremely dangerous.

Time to bring back the Sons of Liberty.


Contact FAX for Waxman

'Waxman a fax @ 323655-0502

Thank you Cuchieddie!!!

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February 16, 2009

The Arrogance of Barack Obama

It’s All About The “O”: The Arrogance of Barack Obama


by Brian Birdnow

Much has been written in recent weeks concerning the Obama Administration’s early struggles and stumbles, particularly in matters such as properly vetting prospective cabinet nominees, differentiating between campaigning and governing, and staying on message during a rambling press conference. Some commentators have tried to downplay or dismiss these difficulties, while others have chalked them up as the inevitable errors of an amateur who has been pushed too far, too fast. What many of the pundits tend to overlook in their analyses of President Obama’s first weeks is that these early misadventures illustrate the petulance and arrogance that stand as the defining elements of the man’s essential character.

The examples of President Obama’s overweening sense of pride, hubris and superiority are, in fact, legion. Certainly a man who writes his autobiography twice by the age of forty-three, who makes no secret of his intention to be the President of the United States while he is a neighborhood agitator in Chicago, and, later, as an Illinois state senator is not a model of modesty, humility and self-effacement. Moreover, his short tenure in the U.S. Senate was marked by continued exaggerations of his experience and the supposed jurisprudential acumen he demonstrated as a lecturer at the University of Chicago School of Law.

In 2006 Senator Obama voted against confirming John Roberts as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court based on differing “legal opinions” concerning affirmative action and abortion. Then-Senator Obama used his former position as a law school lecturer to issue a mild rebuke to Roberts for his insufficient respect for fictitious constitutional guarantees. Similarly, Senator Obama invoked his experience when helping his party create a scandal over the Bush Administration’s firing of eight U.S. Attorneys. Obama solemnly declared, “I was a constitutional law professor, which means, unlike the President, I actually respect the constitution.” In actuality, Barack Obama taught courses on racism, voting rights, and social policy.

During his twelve years at the law school Obama never published a single work of legal scholarship. (Although he did find the time to engage in five electoral races) Still, this meager record of accomplishment did not stop the Senator from claiming that he was something of a constitutional expert as opposed to the presumably unlettered President Bush.

During the 2008 campaign examples of Obama’s arrogance and petulance abounded. His infamous slap at small town Americans who bitterly clung to their guns and religion received wide play and surprised many observers who had grown used to the tightly scripted candidate on the campaign trail. In this same forum Obama also boasted that he understood the world better than Hillary Clinton and John McCain and that he needed no foreign policy expertise on the bottom half of his ticket.

Late night television comedians reaped a bounty of material last year when the Obama campaign introduced a logo similar to the Presidential Seal for their candidate. The logo displayed a bald eagle clutching an olive branch, which is identical to the Presidential Seal, but the logo had a large “O” covering the eagle’s body rather than a shield. Above the eagle written in Latin were the words “Vero Possumus” which translates roughly to “Yes We Can” the more-or-less official chant at Obama rallies.

This seal was quickly retired after drawing much unfavorable comment, yet it says a lot about the healthy ego of the candidate.

Also during the 2008 campaign many of the reporters who covered candidate Obama noted his inflated rhetoric regarding himself. In February of last year he responded to Senator Clinton’s charge that he was more talk than action by responding, “It’s true I give a good speech. What can I say?
There’s nothing wrong with that.” He later said about himself, “I have become a symbol of America returning to her best traditions.”
Shortly after nearly a quarter million Germans chanted his name at the Berlin rally Obama, the proud citizen of the world, claimed without the slightest cringe of embarrassment, “…this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs to the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”

Such examples of Obama’s overheated rhetoric strike many as colossal arrogance but we must remember that this is the candidate who assured the world that “We are the change we have been waiting for!”

The voters responded favorably to the Obama appeal, despite the arrogance, petulance and thin-skinned nature of the candidate, himself, by electing him to the Presidency in a near landslide. Now that he is the President we see further evidence of Obama’s arrogance.

He has apparently declared war against Rush Limbaugh, and certainly the verbal potshots are the first salvoes of the campaign to reinstate the “Fairness Doctrine” and silence conservative talk radio.

The President refused to discuss his stimulus plan in any substantive manner with GOP House Whip Eric Cantor, responding to Cantor’s reasoned arguments by stating icily “I won.”

Vatican officials criticized Obama for the high-handed manner in which he overturned the ban on state funding for family planning groups that perform abortions overseas.

The new President has allowed this sense of entitlement to slip from official duties into personal matters as well. The Democrats vociferously criticized the Republican Vice-Presidential candidate for her excessive spending on clothing and cosmetics last October but President and Mrs. Obama have hired a hugely expensive designer to redecorate the White House at a cost estimated to run over $ 100,000. The Obama inaugural gala also proved to be the costliest event of its type in history. Of course, what is another $ 40,000,000 or so when the nation is facing trillion dollar deficits each year for the next couple of decades?

Finally, when reporters mentioned that the White House seemed warm to the point of stuffiness in late January, senior adviser David Axelrod said that Obama was a native Hawaiian who likes his house warm, and added that one could grow orchids in the warmth of the family quarters. He must have forgotten that Obama lectured Americans last spring that it was no longer permissible to drive SUV’s, eat as much as we want, and keep our thermostats set at seventy-two degrees the year round. When you have been elected to the Presidency and lived in taxpayer subsidized housing you can forget about practicing what you preached to the public eight months earlier.

These aforementioned incidents and quotes offer an illustration of Barack Obama’s worldview. Like most liberals Obama claims to be receptive to all points of view, but he really tolerates no opinion but his own. He cavalierly dismisses those who disagree with him as “bitter and frustrated” and he does not hold himself and his entourage to the standards he easily imposes on everyone else. Barack Obama gave the world many previews of his stunning arrogance long before November 4, 2008.

We have seen since then that these examples were not anomalies. The central element of Barack Obama’s character is a stunning, almost breathtaking arrogance. The American people will see much more of this in the coming years.

Wild Thing's comment.......

This is an excellent article,, arrogance. and I think he has narcissism too. I liked how the article pointed out the many things that sickened us all during the campaign, things that totally crossed the line. Those thing should have been a red flag of warning to every American citizen, unfortunately half of America with a plus 10 million people wanted to be taken care of, and wanted big government.

As time goes by I think Obama will turn off one country after the other. Except of maybe those with dictators, since they are like minded with Obama in how to be a leader.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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February 12, 2009

"Our Time Will Come,Liberals"...payback is "going to be hell" ~ AMEN Rush!

Rush Limbaugh website


I'll tell you how we're going to get our country back, and I'll tell you what we're going to do when we get our country back. I'll give you a little hint. We're going to treat them the same way they have been treating us for years. We are going to subject them to the same things they have subjected us to, and we are going to have a big and strong and powerful government to wield against them because they're in the process of building it. And we're going to win it back one day, and when we win this country back, and this government back, we are going to deploy government against them the way they have been deploying it against us, and let them find out what it's like, and they're not going to be able to stop it, because they will not have a power base anywhere that will let them stop it.

Is it time to panic? No, my friends, it's not time to panic, because nothing gets done in a panic. What we have to realize is this: the left, the Democrat Party, will not control the government forever. It just will not happen. They are going to overreach. They're going to overreach pretty quickly. Polling data already shows that, in a generic race for Congress, it's tied Republican and Democrat. Only when you put the names in... Nobody can believe this. Fifty-six percent of the American people now are in opposition to the stimulus in total or in part. By the way, about the negotiations: They're trying to ram this through just like amnesty. They're trying to ram this through, and they're using the same tactics that they used with global warming. It's a fear of crisis. We can't wait; we gotta do it now. The conference negotiations are going on with not one Republican being permitted to participate.

Did you know that? Not one Republican from the House, not one Republican Senator is involved in the conference between the House and the Senate to come up with a bill that both support. Not one Republican in this new era of responsibility, not one Republican in this new era of bipartisanship. Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid have shut the Republicans out. This is from Mike Pence, congressman from Indiana. So, let 'em go ahead with these tactics. We can't stop them anyway. We lost the election. But they're going to lose down the road. They will not control government forever, and when our turn comes, we are going to turn the power of government against the left. We are going to investigate them. We are going to hold public hearings. We are going to humiliate them. We're going to nationalize their unions. We're going to fund our groups for a change.

If they can give ACORN $4.1 billion then we can start paying our groups with federal money. We're going to do exactly to them what they have done to us. We're going to build and use the Big Government that they have built and turn it right against them. We are gonna turn the power of government against the left, and against Democrats in ways they cannot imagine. They will not know what hit them. They are using the law. They are using government to advance a cause that is un-American. We are going to use the power that the left is centralizing in the federal government to punish them, to break 'em up, and to make them pay for this. It's time for tit-for-tat. Nice guy playing by the rules when they don't, is over. It's time they got a taste of their own medicine, and it's going to happen, folks, because they're not going to hold power forever.

The left -- you people, you Democrats -- you are creating a monster that you will not be able to control forever. You will ultimately regret what you are doing just like the media will ultimately regret its sacrifice of reason, its abandonment of its primary purpose. The day is coming when the media will actually investigate a Democrat and find some problems and nobody's going to believe them because they've lost all credibility. Nobody believes what the mainstream media says now anyway. Except the uneducated, the illiterate, and the uninformed -- which, sadly, is a fairly large number. Well, we'll deal with that. We are taking names. We are taking names now. We are monitoring who on the left is going to deserve payback, and it's going to be hell. This much I promise you. This is just getting out of hand.

We're gonna come after the left's favorite corporations. We're going to come after your favorite political constituents. We're going to come after your favorite media outlets. You want to try the Fairness Doctrine? Fine. We'll impose it on network television. We'll impose it on newspapers. You want to try censorship? Fine! We will censor you when we get the control of the government back. We will reapportion districts using the Census to help conservatives. We're going to turn the power of government against the Democrats and the left and weaken and you break you into little pieces. Because, my friends, the day has passed when we can become passive and be passive about what they are doing. We will use the political and the legal system as they have and are, and we will use it to promote our party and to diminish theirs. We will use the power of government and legal system to promote our movement and our agenda, just as they are.

If they are going to bastardize the American system, if they are going to make this government large and powerful and intrusive, someday they're going to lose it. But they're going to lose it after having amassed all this power. We will control it, and we're going to turn it right back against them. We will build a massive army of patriots to counter ACORN. We will defund ACORN. We'll defund the labor unions, and we will fund our own people to go out and zap ACORN. And we will do everything we can to enhance anti-union employment. We will make sure that when companies lose money, that the people that get canned are union people. We're going to use the power of government just like the left is using the power of government. We're going to use the Justice Department.

We're going to go after big unions with the Justice Department. We're going to find all of the criminal activity. We are going to find all the lack of ethics. We are going to find every bit of corruption we can, and we're gonna sic the attorney general and the justice department and the US attorneys on you people just as you have been doing to the people of the right and the Republican Party for 50 years. And then we're going to find George Soros and other concentrations of left-wing power and wealth. And we're going to focus our attention on him, so that the American people will finally learn just who the hell paid for the bastardization of the United States, just who the hell paid for the destruction of the American way of life.

We have learned from you leftists. We have sat by, we have watched, and we've been too passive. We have sat on the sidelines as impotent observers, and we have trusted in the goodness and the decency of the American people. But you have even perverted them. It was a disgrace what was on display in Fort Myers, Florida, yesterday. It was an absolute saddening, shocking, depressing disgrace. And you have created that segment of America that has no faith in and of itself, no faith in this country, and thinks the only reason to talk to a president is to ask him for a kitchen, to ask him for a car. By the way, asking a president for a new car who hasn't even given his brother who lives in a hut a welcome home mat! I don't think he's given his brother a pot, much less a pan.

His brother lives in a nine-square-foot hut in Nairobi. You're asking the president of the United States...? God bless these people. What has this government done to them? What has the media in this country done to these people, depriving them of the very essence of humanity? No sense of self, no pride. This is what Democrats and the left do to people. They rob people of their humanity, of their goodness and their decency. They rob them of confidence. We are going to restore this. We are going to use the power of the government to tell people how good they can be, how important they are, and how much happier they will be if they're not looking to our president for the next kitchen or the car or a job. We're going to become activists. We'll take back our government.

It's going to be a bigger, more powerful, stronger government -- and we're going to turn it against the left in ways they could have never imagined. So, Sue in Virginia Beach, we can't do any of this if we panic. I know some of you are saying, "Rush, it all sounds great, but who's going to do this?" Well, folks, I admit that you look out on the horizon right now and you don't see a single person in the political class willing to do this. But before these people on the left get through, there is going to be so much anger and outrage among the people who made this country work, who are now being targeted as the enemies. You who have jobs, you who have played by the rules, you who are not asking anybody for your next kitchen, you're the enemy -- and it isn't going to be long before the people of this country get fed up enough that they're going to want to turn the tables on the people who are trying to destroy America as we have always known it.

I think, you know, if the Democrats go as far as I think they're going to go, it is going to cause anger and outrage like you can't believe. But the point of that whole monologue was these people are using the power and the finances of the federal government to defeat political opposition, to build up this grand old socialist system that destroys capitalism in the process, or tries to. To me, I'm just getting fed up. You know, we play by the rules all the time, and we aim for the hearts and minds of the American people, the American voter -- and these people are trying to dumb everybody down.

They want to talk about investigating George W. Bush for war crimes. Well, by God, I want to investigate Barney Frank! I want to investigate Chris Dodd! I want to investigate Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, and all these things. I want the truth to get out, I want to use federal money to fund our groups and our organizations. I want to investigate George Soros and find out just exactly what his role has been in precipitating this economic decline we're in for the political purposes of defeating Republicans and electing Democrats. I think that between now and then, hopefully there's a battle that is raging within the conservative movement over what conservatism is and who is going to lead it, and the same thing is happening in the Republican Party. I'm hoping all this happens to coalesce. There will be efforts made to bring all this to bear. I know it sounds like it's a long shot, but this is what we hope to inspire, because it's payback time. It's not enough just to beat these people in elections. It's time to give them a dose (or multiple doses) of their own medicine, and it's something I want to work toward and see to it that it happens. It's not time to panic yet.

The only Republicans that are going to have a chance of getting elected or reelected are those that are outraged over what has been done to their country, and not only want to fix it, but they want to name names, they want people to know exactly who it was that destroyed the capitalist system for their own personal political gain.

Wild Thing's comment........

Outstanding commentary from Rush yesterday!! I wanted to share it with you. Rush’s intensity and passion came through loud and clear. Rush is an inspirational and who knows what can be accomplished but we have to try. Surrender? Never!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (16)

Oppose 'un-American' speech limits!

Oppose 'un-American' speech limits!

petition opposing so-called 'Fairness Doctrine'


WND is announcing the launch of an online petition to oppose the "un-American" speech limits that Rush Limbaugh and other commentators could face should some interests in Congress succeed in re-adopting the so-called "Fairness Doctrine."

The petition calls on all three branches of government to protect the speech freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment.

It urges Congress to "immediately drop all legislative efforts to re-impose the so-called 'Fairness Doctrine' and that the president of the United States veto any so-called 'Fairness Doctrine' legislation approved by Congress and that the U.S. Supreme Court overturn as unconstitutional any so-called 'Fairness Doctrine' legislation approved by Congress and signed by the president."

"The notion of a so-called 'Fairness Doctrine' for the media, mandated by government and policed by a system devised by government, should be anathema to every American who understands liberty and the First Amendment," said Joseph Farah, founder, editor and chief executive officer of the leading independent online news source. "This is not just a threat to broadcasters. It's a threat to the Constitution and every American. This should not even be a matter of controversy – but, unfortunately, it is. We've lived through shameful period in which government regulated broadcast content. When it ended in 1987, we witnessed an explosion of new voices and lively debate. It's time for the American people to show we don't want to go backward."


To: U.S. Congress, President of the United States, Supreme Court of the United States

* Whereas, the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution clearly states: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances";

* Whereas, members of Congress are recently on record saying they want to re-impose the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" on U.S. broadcasters, or else accomplish the same goal of censoring talk radio by other means, and thereby establish government and quasi-government watchdogs as the arbiters of "fairness" rather than the free and open marketplace of ideas;

* Whereas, the U.S. experimented with the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" for 38 years - from 1949 through 1987 - during which time it was repeatedly used by presidents and other political leaders to muzzle dissent and criticism;

* Whereas, the abandonment of the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" in 1987, thanks to President Ronald Reagan, resulted in an unprecedented explosion of new and diverse voices and political speech - starting with Rush Limbaugh - that revitalized the AM radio band and provided Americans with a multitude of alternative viewpoints;

* Whereas, talk radio is one of the most crucial components of the free press in America, and is single-handedly responsible for informing tens of millions of Americans about what their government leaders are doing;

* Whereas, it is a wholly un-American idea that government should be the watchdog of the press and a policeman of speech, as opposed to the uniquely American ideal of a free people and a free press being the vigilant watchdogs of government;

* Whereas, the so-called "Fairness Doctrine" - either under that name, or using a new name and even more devious methods - represents a frontal assault on the First Amendment, and its re-imposition would constitute nothing more nor less than the crippling of America's robust, unfettered, free press:


Wild Thing's comment..........

I signed it and so did Nick. There is no way I will just sit back and watch the left mess with this too. So many times a petition will ask for a donation and I just can't do it. But this one only asked for your name, email address and zip code.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
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February 08, 2009

DemocRAT Sen. Stabenow Wants Hearings On Radio 'Accountability'

Sen. Stabenow wants hearings on radio 'accountability'; talks fairness doctrine


Senator Stabenow was speaking on the air with liberal talk radio host Bill Press and to his eleven listeners nationwide. - Wild Thing

BILL PRESS: Yeah, I mean, look: They have a right to say that. They’ve got a right to express that. But, they should not be the only voices heard. So, is it time to bring back the Fairness Doctrine?

SENATOR DEBBIE STABENOW (D-MI): I think it’s absolutely time to pass a standard. Now, whether it’s called the Fairness Standard, whether it’s called something else — I absolutely think it’s time to be bringing accountability to the airwaves. I mean, our new president has talked rightly about accountability and transparency. You know, that we all have to step up and be responsible. And, I think in this case, there needs to be some accountability and standards put in place.

BILL PRESS: Can we count on you to push for some hearings in the United States Senate this year, to bring these owners in and hold them accountable?

SENATOR DEBBIE STABENOW (D-MI): I have already had some discussions with colleagues and, you know, I feel like that’s gonna happen. Yep.

And there is also this...........

Politico: Sen. Stabenow Wants Hearings On Radio 'Accountability'; Talks Fairness Doctrine


Senator Stabenow's husband, Thomas Athans, is the co-founder of the liberal TalkUSA Radio network and is now the Executive Vice-President of liberal Air America. Liberal talk radio has of course failed miserably every time it has been tried, all the while watching it's conservative counterpart's success soar.

Which might lead one to believe that Senator Stabenow, in addition to her zealous will to slam the fist of government down upon her opponents, has some business skin in the game as well. If you can't beat 'em, censor 'em.

Wild Thing's comment.......

So Stabenow’s family directly profits from any censuring of conservative talk radio and/or giving handouts to lib talk.

To the left Talk radio is a roadblock on the path to Socialism/Communism. Democrats would look VERY VERY bad if they try to silence conservative talk radio, especially in light of the fact that Republicans didn’t utter a word when Air America was launched with all that fanfare, and when MSNBC holds literal Democratic telethons.

....Thank you Richard for sending this to me.

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January 31, 2009

Obama's Friend Soros' Ad aka Americans United for Change Lib Group

Are you with Obama or Rush?


President Obama and a key outside ally are stepping up efforts to ensure passage of the massive economic stimulus package, reaching out to Congress with both carrots and sticks.

While the president and his top aides are using all the trappings of the office, courting members through phone calls, cocktail parties, West Wing sit-downs and even a politically mixed Super Bowl party, liberal groups are dispensing with the niceties and seeking to drive a wedge between Republicans and one of the right’s most influential leaders.

Politico has learned that tomorrow Americans United for Change, a liberal group, will begin airing radio ads in three states Obama won — Ohio, Pennsylvania and Nevada — with a tough question aimed at the GOP senators there: Will you side with Obama or Rush Limbaugh?

“Every Republican member of the House chose to take Rush Limbaugh’s advice,” says the narrator after playing the conservative talk radio giant’s declaration that he hopes Obama “fails.”
“Every Republican voted with Limbaugh — and against creating 4 million new American jobs. We can understand why a extreme partisan like Rush Limbaugh wants President Obama’s Jobs program to fail — but the members of Congress elected to represent the citizens in their districts? That’s another matter. Now the Obama plan goes to the Senate, and the question is: Will our Senator"—here the ad is tailored by state to name George Voinovich in Ohio, Arlen Specter in Pennsylvania, and John Ensign in Nevada—"side with Rush Limbaugh too?”

Asked to respond, Limbaugh had a message for his party.

“Senate Republicans need to understand this is not about me,” he wrote in an email. “It is about them, about intimidating them, especially after the show of unity in House. It is about the 2010 and 2012 elections. This is an opportunity for Republicans to redefine themselves after a few years of wandering aimlessly looking for a ‘brand’ and identity.”

Brad Woodhouse, the Democratic strategist who is overseeing the ad campaign, said: “The House Republicans put their Senate colleagues in the crosshairs because they decided to play politics rather than do the right thing.”

The radio buy comes on the heels of TV campaign by Americans United for Change and other liberal groups that began Thursday and targets GOP senators in Maine, New Hampshire, Alaska and Iowa, and another by the Laborers Union aimed at Senators in Iowa, Kentucky, Nevada and Tennessee; both designed to rally support for the stimulus package.

As their allies take to the airwaves, Obama and his top aides are conducting their own internal inside-outside lobbying effort.

A few chosen members of Congress of both parties will receive the ultimate in White House wooing this weekend when they join Obama Sunday night in the residence to watch the Super Bowl. The list is an ideologically diverse one. Politico has learned it will include, among other opposites, conservative Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) and liberal Amy Klobuchar (D-MN).

More publicly, Obama is making his case for the bill through a series of events that this week included a high-profile White House meeting and speech before a group of the nation’s top CEOs. Friday, Obama along with Vice President Joe Biden will deliver remarks sure to touch on the economy at an East Room event focused on middle class and working families.

Senate Republicans acknowledge that they’ll lose some of their members on the first vote.

“We’re in a little different spot than the House in that we have a handful of Republicans who have all but committed to supporting the package,” said a Senate GOP aide

The aide declined to say who, but speculation on both sides of the aisle is centered on a group of northeasterners -- Senators Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe of Maine, Sen. Judd Gregg (NH) and Specter.

Wild Thing's comment..........

So Obama's owner, Soros, has gone into action to try and help his investment of destroying America. This is just one of many groups that Soros has money paid into. MoveOn.Org's website is even adking for more funds for this BS ad.

"liberal groups are dispensing with the niceties and seeking to drive a wedge between Republicans and one of the right’s most influential leaders"

They will never stop trying to do this. And at least for right now it is not working. But get ready for more radical Alinsky rules modus operandi (”target it, isololate it, polarize it”) and the stain of far leftists on our White House and our way of life.

You have to love the fact that liberals can’t help being stupid, are they not aware that all they’re doing is driving more people to listen to Rush to see what he has to say? They don't understand that Rush has been explaining the pork in the stimulus package, and that many more people now are aware of this because they’re listening to Rush? As well as some of the other talk show hosts.

ANY member of the GOP that votes for this generational theft act of socialism needs to be voted out. Banished! The dems want the Republicnas in on this so when it fails and it will be horrible for America in every way, they want to be able to say the Republilcans were part of it too. WISE UP Republican Senators and don't be stupid and fooled by this BS kissing up to get your vote!

America-hating Marxists are the ones pushing this and Obama ( Soros $$$$) leads the way.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (10)

January 29, 2009

Democrats Petition Against Rush Getting Overwhelming Amount of PRO Rush Comments

There are 977 comments on the dccc site right now and they’re running 99% pro-Rush. heh heh

This is hilarious! LOL. This petition says “Stand Strong Against Rush Limbaugh” and 99% of the comments are PRO-LIMBAUGH!

The way this is going, I can guarantee you that Obama will deinitely NOT be re-elected in 2012. Keep it up Obama! You and your administration are self-imploding! Liberal wussies! Republicans will NOT back down to your liberal socialistic policies.

I said iin another post I did not want to post the link to the site because it would make easier for the dems that lurk anjd read this blog to go to it. But now I see it is ok since most of the comments are PRO Rush Limbaugh at the site.


Stand Strong Against Rush Limbaugh

I loved reading the comments. LOL Some of them are awesome.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:48 AM | Comments (8)

January 28, 2009

Obama Picks Fight With Limbaugh As Bipartisan Spirit Crumbles


Rush answered the question: Does he want Obama to succeed?
"“So yes, I would hope he would succeed if he acts like Reagan. But if he’s going to do FDR — if he’s going to do The New New Deal all over, which we will call here The Raw Deal — why would I want him to succeed? Look, he’s my president. The fact that he is historic is irrelevant to me now. It matters not at all. If he is going to implement a far-left agenda... Look, I think it’s already decided: a $2 trillion in stimulus? The growth of government? I think the intent here is to create as many dependant Americans as possible looking to government for their hope and salvation. If he gets nationalized health care, I mean, it’s over, Sean. We’re never going to roll that back. That’s the end of America as we have known it, because that’s then going to set the stage for everything being government owned, operated, or provided. Why would I want that to succeed? I don’t believe in that. I know that’s not how this country is going to be great in the future; it’s not what made this country great. So I shamelessly say, “No! I want him to fail.” If his agenda is a far-left collectivism — some people say socialism — as a conservative heartfelt, deeply, why would I want socialism to succeed? “ - Rush Limbaugh


Paid for by Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. 430 South Capitol Street, S.E. Washington, D.C. 20003

Last week, Rush Limbaugh gave us a preview of the outrageous Republican attacks that are on the way against President Obama and every Democrat working for change. Rush actually said that he 'hopes' President Obama fails to meet America's challenges.

Listen to Rush in his own words, saying "I hope he fails."

Limbaugh's cheap shot at President Obama might be the first by the Republican attack machine this year but we know that it won't be the last.

We need every grassroots Democrat to show Rush Limbaugh and all of the Republicans what they're up against if they start attacking President Obama and Democrats who are working to end the failed GOP policies of the last eight years.

Tell Rush what you think of his attacks on President Obama. We'll send him your comments.

Jobs, health care, our place in the world — the stakes for our nation are high and every American needs President Obama to succeed. Creating real change requires every American stand strong against Rush Limbaugh's attacks — and all of the other partisan attacks from desperate Republicans that are on the way.

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Rush Responds to Democrat E-mail Petition Against Him:

"I am greatly puzzled. Why would the Democrats petition against me if I am doing such terrible damage to the GOP? !


And this is ia GREAT article ..........................

Barack Obama picks a fight with Rush Limbaugh as bipartisan spirit crumbles


Barack Obama is on a collision course with his critics after picking a fight with Rush Limbaugh, America's most influential conservative commentator.

Mr Obama has told Republicans in Washington to stop listening to the right-wing talk show host Rush Limbaugh, risking a new culture war with conservative voters.

His exhortation came as he enraged other Republicans by reversing George W Bush's ban on funding international aid to charities that perform or provide information about abortions.

After less than a week in office, Mr Obama's presidency is already encountering the very partisan bickering he had pledged to stamp out during his first 100 days.

The president responded with a clear signal that he is prepared to ram the bill through without the bipartisan consensus he promised to construct, telling Republican leaders from the House of Representatives: "I won. I'm the president."

He then told them to break free of the confrontational mindset epitomised by Mr Limbaugh, the highest paid talk show host in America. "You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done," Mr Obama said.

His comments followed a blunt attack on him by Mr Limbaugh, who declared on air that he hoped Mr Obama would fail as president because otherwise it will usher in socialism.

With characteristic robustness, he said: "We are being told we have to hope he succeeds, that we have to bend over and grab our ankles... because his father was black, because he's the first black president, we've got to accept this."

For complete article CLICK HERE


Wild Thing's comment........

I am not going to post the petiton on here because I have a lot of dems that read this blog and try to get their comments through. I don't want to show them the link, let those idiots find it themselves.

It is simply a petition that states ...." Rush Limbaugh wants Obama to fail" and then a person is supposed to leave their name etc. and sign the petition how they hate Rush.

Regarding the artilce, it is excellent and it also says.....

"The Republican National Committee did not return calls requesting comment."

That is the most damning and depressing piece of data in the article.

The RNC should have issued a press release supporting Rush and the sentiment he expressed. Vichy cowards.

Bush Derangement Syndrome is quickly becoming Rush Derangement Syndrome. The morons only need to change one letter..."it's all Rush's fault."

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:55 AM | Comments (18)

White House Plan Puts Bull's-eye On Talk Shows

White House plan puts bull's-eye on talk shows

Posted agenda issues warning about new 'obligation' review

By Bob Unruh


The White House is promising new reviews of the "obligations" to the government by broadcasters who "occupy the nation's spectrum" just as the president has targeted conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh for a public attack, raising concerns over the possible restoration of the "Fairness Doctrine," a policy that failed as unneeded and unconstitutional two decades ago.

Paul Ibrahim of cited Obama's warning to congressional Republicans that "you can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done" in suggesting the president has become the "driving force" behind a new "systematic" plan to "intimidate and demonize Obama's opponents."

That such a campaign was launched only days after Obama's inauguration is "tremendously perturbing," he wrote.

"Welcome to the politics of hope 'n' change. Obama's startling attempt to hang Limbaugh's scalp on the wall is a warning that the new ruler does not want unity – he demands it," Ibrahim wrote.

On Obama's agenda, according to his White House website, is the goal to "encourage diversity in media ownership."

Obama elaborates on the site that his aim is to "encourage diversity in the ownership of broadcast media, promote the development of new media outlets for expression of diverse viewpoints, and clarify the public interest obligations of broadcasters who occupy the nation's spectrum."

The plan apparently aligns with longstanding Democratic suggestions to resurrect the "Fairness Doctrine."

The policy was abandoned in 1987 under President Reagan when there were 75 radio talk shows in the U.S. Reagan opposed the policy because it required broadcast TV and radio programs to air "opposing views" on political issues, which had the practical effect of virtually eliminating opinion programs.

Since abandonment of the Fairness Doctrine, the number of radio talk shows has risen to more than 3,000.

Joseph Farah long has warned about Democrats' plans to revive restrictions on the airwaves.

"If the Democrats and their me-too Republican allies are successful at sacking talk radio, there will be no stopping them," Farah warned. "Broadcast will be first. Then they will go after the Internet with taxes and new regulations and hate-crimes laws. And when they succeed at muzzling dissenting voices there, they will even turn to print. Remember, we are dealing with a neo-fascist mentality here."

Many fear the Fairness Doctrine would drive talk radio hosts – like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Michael Savage – out of business.

During the presidential campaign, spokesman Michael Ortiz indicated Obama thought the debate was "a distraction."

But author Brad O'Leary examined Obama's legal and organizational attempts to silence media detractors during the presidential race and came to a different conclusion.

"Barack Obama has shown a stunning lack of tolerance for free speech throughout the course of [his] campaign," said O'Leary. "His presidency, combined with supermajorities for Democrats in Congress, would almost certainly bring back the so-called 'Fairness Doctrine' and allow the Democrats to snuff out any broadcasters with whom they disagree."

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., affirmed her support to Human Events reporter John Gizzi for a "Fairness" policy, and Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., told radio host Jim Villanucci, "I would want this station and all stations to have to present a balanced perspective and different points of view, instead of always hammering away at one side of the political [spectrum]."

Ibrahim noted the president's public verbal condemnation of Limbaugh makes clear his "rejection" of the old "Bush" politics.

"You see, President Bush did not launch assaults on private citizens, nor did he ever label anyone as 'unpatriotic' for disagreeing with him. Thus, Obama and his friends are now effecting the change they promised. Welcome to their 'new' politics," he wrote.

The National Review's Byron York said Obama's criticism of Limbaugh makes it appear he considers the talk host "the true leader of the Republican opposition."

York said Limbaugh responded that Obama was trying to make the arguments about the radio show instead of Obama's actual plans.

"To make the argument about me instead of his plan makes sense from his perspective," Limbaugh told York. "Obama's plan would buy votes for the Democrat Party, in the same way FDR's New Deal established majority power for 50 years of Democrat rule, and it would also simultaneously seriously damage any hope of future tax cuts.
"I believe his stimulus is aimed at re-establishing 'eternal' power for the Democrat Party rather than stimulating the economy because anyone with a brain knows this is NOT how you stimulate the economy," Limbaugh continued. "If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of this TRILLION dollar debacle."
Limbaugh added: "One more thing, Byron. Your publication and website have documented Obama's ties to the teachings of Saul Alinksy while he was community organizing in Chicago. Here is Rule 13 of Alinksy's Rules for Radicals: 'Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.'"

Michael G. Franc, writing on the National Review's "The Corner" blog, noted that attorney general nominee Eric Holder also has refused to commit to opposing to Fairness Doctrine.

Obama's choice to head his FCC transition team, Democrat Henry Rivera, added to fear in media circles that the Fairness Doctrine might return to silence conservative talk radio.

Brian Maloney of the blog The Radio Equalizer said in his post "Meet Talk's Executioner" he believes Rivera will use his position to bring back the law for that very purpose.

Rivera, according to Maloney, "is expected to lead the push to dismantle commercial talk radio that is favored by a number of Democratic Party senators. Rivera will play a pivotal role in preventing critics from having a public voice during Obama's tenure in office."

Wild Thing's comment.............

This is even more then about Rush and other talk shows, it is also about Free Speech. First week in office and he's simultaneously going after the 1st and 2nd Amendment. Obama’s arrogant, condescending attitude is one of his most glaring weaknesses. He cannot stand criticism or questions.

Hussein has just fired the opening salvo on the constitution. How is it that a KENYAN MUSLIM is telling US CITIZENS who we should or should not listen to.

To demonize and go after talk radio is right out of the Saul Alinsky playbook. And the left will applaud this because the only information they want getting out is their point of view.

I have no idea how many listeners the other talk shows have that I listen to, but Limbaugh as a consistent 20 million. This will make a lot of people including me very ticked off if this all comes about.

Let these ignorant, arrogant punks try to stifle conservative talk radio or any other broadcast media and the backlash will be at biblical proportions!

We now have a Legislature and Executive Branch that are going to Terrorize the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM | Comments (20)

January 25, 2009

Obama Mouthing Off Gets Response From Rush Limbaugh

Limbaugh Responds to Obama

National Review

by Bryon York

According to an account in the New York Post, President Barack Obama yesterday told Republican leaders, "You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things done." With George W. Bush now off the stage, it may be that Obama and some of his fellow Democrats view Limbaugh, and not John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, or any other elected official, as the true leader of the Republican opposition. This morning I asked Rush for his thoughts on all this, and here is his response:


There are two things going on here. One prong of the Great Unifier's plan is to isolate elected Republicans from their voters and supporters by making the argument about me and not about his plan. He is hoping that these Republicans will also publicly denounce me and thus marginalize me. And who knows? Are ideological and philosophical ties enough to keep the GOP loyal to their voters? Meanwhile, the effort to foist all blame for this mess on the private sector continues unabated when most of the blame for this current debacle can be laid at the feet of the Congress and a couple of former presidents. And there is a strategic reason for this.
Secondly, here is a combo quote from the meeting:
"If we don't get this done we (the Democrats) could lose seats and I could lose re-election. But we can't let people like Rush Limbaugh stall this. That's how things don't get done in this town."

To make the argument about me instead of his plan makes sense from his perspective. Obama's plan would buy votes for the Democrat Party, in the same way FDR's New Deal established majority power for 50 years of Democrat rule, and it would also simultaneously seriously damage any hope of future tax cuts. It would allow a majority of American voters to guarantee no taxes for themselves going forward. It would burden the private sector and put the public sector in permanent and firm control of the economy. Put simply, I believe his stimulus is aimed at re-establishing "eternal" power for the Democrat Party rather than stimulating the economy because anyone with a brain knows this is NOT how you stimulate the economy. If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of this TRILLION dollar debacle.

Obama was angry that Merrill Lynch used $1.2 million of TARP money to remodel an executive suite. Excuse me, but didn't Merrill have to hire a decorator and contractor? Didn't they have to buy the new furnishings? What's the difference in that and Merrill loaning that money to a decorator, contractor and goods supplier to remodel Warren Buffet's office? Either way, stimulus in the private sector occurs. Are we really at the point where the bad PR of Merrill getting a redecorated office in the process is reason to smear them? How much money will the Obamas spend redecorating the White House residence? Whose money will be spent? I have no problem with the Obamas redoing the place. It is tradition. 600 private jets flown by rich Democrats flew into the Inauguration. That's fine but the auto execs using theirs is a crime? In both instances, the people on those jets arrived in Washington wanting something from Washington, not just good will.

If I can be made to serve as a distraction, then there is that much less time debating the merits of the trillion dollar debacle.

One more thing, Byron. Your publication and website have documented Obama's ties to the teachings of Saul Alinksy while he was community organizing in Chicago. Here is Rule 13 of Alinksy's Rules for Radicals:

"Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it."

Wild Thing's comment.........

LOL I love it, Obama gets slapped by Limbaugh. Great response! The Alinsky call-out is brilliant! Obama was bringing a pea shooter to gun to speak. LMAO

The fact that Obama even brought up Rush’s name shows how stupid he is. Doesn’t he remember when Harry Reid tried to pull a similar stunt? It didn’t turn out too well for Harry Reid. Obama is a thinned skinned wimp worried more about his faux image than doing the job the brain dead idiots elected him to do.

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January 20, 2009

Rush Limbaugh's Awesome Take On .... You Guessed It

You would have thought Newt Gingrich was John McCain on steroids today, listening to him praise Barack Obama. But I think what's going on here is really, really very dangerous.

I think it's very dangerous. What the Obama people are doing -- look at me now. Listen to this. The Obama people are orchestrating as much doom and gloom as possible. It is all about creating Obama as the great savior. This is all-purposeful. This is being done on purpose: the comparisons to great American leaders, the constant claim of starting anew. And, of course, all you have to do is look at this ABC story on the inauguration: "Worst economic downturn since the Great Depression." Axelrod saying, "Hey, it's going to take years, not months, to get this fixed." "It's going to get worse," Obama says. We don't know how bad it's going to get. It's gonna get really bad out there. It's going to get so bad; I may run out of paint necessary to paint all the homeless shelters. I mean, it may take 'til his first term is over to turn this around. Now, this is all done to just orchestrate as much doom and gloom as possible. Obama is like any other politician. He's a politician. And what's happening here is politics disguised as the Pope's arrival. It's disguised as something reverential here. One man cannot save anything as large as our country. We don't need saving anyway! This is the thing that really bothers me. We don't need saving. But one man can do enormous damage.

I have noticed that the white news anchors and commentators, who are most of them, have become incoherent in how they're reporting all of this. They're incoherent. There's nothing objective. There's nothing mature. It is pure psychobabble hero cult worship. They're trying to outdo each other to see who can be the most loyal, celebratory, wax the most eloquent about the lofty descriptions of the personality and personage of Barack Obama. On the one hand, they speak of how historic this occasion is because the American people elected a black man as president. But they won't come out and say that they're amazed by this because they believe the American people are racist. They're ecstatic that they have caused (in their own minds) this historic election to take place and this historic immaculation to take place. Believe me, the Drive-Bys think they made this happen.

We're not groupies. That's the best way to describe it. The Drive-By Media have become groupies for Obama and all of the things that they have made up that attach themselves to them. The American people were not racist before the election. The American people are not racist now. I'm not sure how many Americans are caught up in this whole notion. Fifty-five million people voted against Obama. I don't know where the notion got started that 80% of the country is excited and can't wait and doesn't want the president to fail, wishes him success and all this sort of stuff.

Like I said numerous times, Obama's historic election is behind me now. I'm speaking to you personally, from the heart. I don't see black people when I look at people. I don't see women. I don't see groups of people. I see Americans. When I look at Obama, I see my president. I see a man who's in charge of this country for the next four years. I care very deeply what he intends to do. I care what his policies are. I'm not going to give him a pass because he represents some sordid past of our country and as such he gets free rein to do what he wants while we say nothing because we "owe" this to him, based on our original sin of slavery. Sorry, it doesn't work that way here behind the Golden EIB Microphone or in a lot of other places.

He's the president. He has policies. I know what they are. I've studied 'em. I have every bit of understanding I can on where he wants to take this country. I don't want to go there! I don't want this to become a western European socialist country, and it's going to. If we get socialized medicine, if we get national health care -- as my friend Pete Wehner wrote last week in the Wall Street Journal with Paul Ryan -- it's over. That's the end of the country as we know it. Do you realize...? Here's the point they made. We get national health care. From that point on, there's no reversing it. You create that kind of dependency in people, and there will be no reversing that. There will be calls for adding more to the whole concept of the government should do everything. Why should we get behind Obama, especially if he urges policies that we reject? Why should we do this? What is the point?

What do we gain by this? All we gain is what the left has been trying to do to us for years and that's silence ourselves. Okay, so we shut ourselves up. Do you think we're going to get praised for this? Do you think we're going to be credited, you think we're going to be brought into the tent, you think we're going to be brought into the, quote, unquote, "big clique"? Hell no. If they can't shut us up, the best thing they can do is intimidate us into shutting ourselves up, and I, frankly, am not interested. They say everybody wants him to succeed. Why's that? Did everybody want Bush or Clinton or Reagan to succeed? Can somebody go back in American history and tell me when we had a president that everybody wanted to succeed? I'm not even sure every American wanted George Washington to succeed. There are a lot of people that were not quite happy about the way that was all going down.

The idea that all of a sudden just from... What reason? You tell me. What reason must we all shut up and hope Obama succeeds, especially when he has policy ideas that I reject? He's not a "black" president. He's not "the first black president" to me. That's done. That's the past. Well, it will be after tomorrow. That's no justification for engaging in errors and making mistakes and doing the wrong things while people shut up simply because of the historic nature here. We want him to succeed because he's the first black president? If that's the case, then who's suspending reason and acting out their own racism? The racism here is on the left! (Man, am I making a mess today.) But it is. Everything we're doing here, we're supposed to do because of race. He's the first black president, so we're to shut up and we're to root for him? We're going to say we hope he has a successful presidency.

"Well, everybody wants him to succeed." Well, no. And it isn't based on race! As it always is, the racial element or component in all of this is being injected by the Drive-By Media. A president is to be supported or opposed, whichever is the case, based on what he stands for, what his policies are and so forth. Not his race. Why should anyone want a president to succeed if his positions are considered damaging to the economy and national security? And, by the way, who are the true classical liberals now? Who is it that's obsessed with race, as opposed to being colorblind and addressing issues based on their substance? We're not getting any substance in terms of reporting about Barack Obama at all because the left and the media are obsessed with the racial component, while they claim they're the ones who are colorblind.

Look, another point of hypocrisy that I wish to add here as a means of illustrating what's going on. Remember when Justice Thomas, Clarence Thomas, was nominated as only the second black man to the Supreme Court, he was trashed. They tried to kill him. They tried to destroy him simply because his views did not comport with those of the liberals. Did you ever hear the media say, "We need to get behind Clarence Thomas; we all want Clarence Thomas to succeed because of the symbolism behind his appointment?" No. You heard that he was unqualified, that he was over his head, that he hadn't accomplished much in his life, and then they sent out the character assassins to try and derail his nomination, and this guy had a record of performance. But now we're supposed to set all this aside and just blindly say, "Oh, yes, I hope he succeeds." So it clearly is only historic when the minority is a liberal, and we should only unite behind the person if it advances the liberal agenda.

I think it's worth underscoring Obama's constant attempt to persuade you that he's somebody else, that he's not himself.

I think you need to pay special attention to Obama's constant attempt to persuade you that he's somebody else, not who he is. It's one thing for a candidate, or a president, to draw on past great presidents to advance a point or an agenda, but it's something weird, it's just creepy -- and by the way, Newsweek magazine, two guys described Obama as "creepy," remember? It was creepy. You know when it was, Snerdley? It was at his acceptance speech in Grant Park in Chicago, there was something creepy about Obama. He ascends to look over us after he speaks, was the way these Newsweek guys described Obama, as creepy. Well, I'm telling you, I have to agree with the Newsweek guys. It is creepy when that candidate, or the president, tries to persuade you that he actually is that past great president, which is what yesterday was all about.

He is Abraham Lincoln. It is very, very creepy. And even on the way outta office, they just can't stop trashing Bush. We're supposed to get behind Obama even when we disagree with him, but they are free to continue to trash Bush when he was elected and when he is leaving office. And they call people Obama naysayers. Well, I think there's some Limbaugh naysayers out there, the people attacking me, and there will be even more Limbaugh naysayers out there. I'm still waiting for Obama to tell us how the government is going to sacrifice, folks. Everybody else is supposed to sacrifice, but the government's not. It's employing more people, it's spending more money, it's printing more money. The government isn't going to sacrifice here at all. PMSNBC, they are wondering over there if -- this is Saturday morning -- they're wondering if Obama can win over the Last Man Standing.

There's no conservative outreach. We wouldn't expect there to be. I don't expect for Obama to come to me and give me a chance to change his mind. I'm sure as hell don't think he -- well, his arrogance, he might think he can change mine. But he's not going to try. He doesn't have to. He's going to have more problems with people on his side anyway, just mark my words. So they're admitting, the Drive-Bys are admitting that all this reaching out is just symbolism, pure phoniness, 100 percent.


Wild Thing's comment........

This is so excellent, and one of the things I love about Rush is how he thinks like I do. hahhaa He says it so much better of course, but he nails it . This is mostly snipets from his program yesterday. I thought you might like to read it.
I would much rather here what Rush says then what Obama has to say. He titled it, " The Last Man Standing" since so many in the media including the so called conssrvative leaning have been praising Obama.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM | Comments (9)

January 12, 2009

President George W. Bush To Be On Sean Hannity’s New Show Tonight

One of the photos from this last year of President Bush and our troops.

President Bush to be on Hannity's new show tonight.

Fox News, 9 PM EST

Wild Thing's comment..........

We will never have a family in the White House again, like that of George & Laura. I’m sick to my stomach, to think of next week, and what we face with the new First Family to come.

God help us all...

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December 24, 2008

Actor David Spade Buys High-Powered Rifles for Local Police Department

David Spade Buys High-Powered Rifles for Local Police Department

FOX news


Actor and one-time Phoenix resident David Spade has donated $100,000 to the Phoenix Police Department. The department will use the much needed funds to buy high-powered rifles to defend the city from the growing influence of Mexican drug cartels.

Through his publicist, Spade explained that "these guys need to be able to do their jobs, and I am just happy I could help."

Spade says he got the idea for the donation after seeing a story on FOX News. Phoenix police say Spade called asking to donate to their rifle program after he saw that officers, outgunned and desperate for more firepower, wanted to buy their own semi-automatic rifles.

“Mr. Spade has stepped forward and has given a gift to our officers of increased safety," said Police Chief Jack Harris. "I am thrilled that we were able to accept that money that will hopefully bring us to 300 rifles on the street.”

Phoenix Police Sgt. Alan Hill says 50 AR-15 rifles to be purchased with the donation will be given to patrol officers.

Spade, 44, grew up in the Phoenix area and graduated from Arizona State University. The "Rules of Engagement" star has helped out cops before, donating $25,000 to the family of a fallen Phoenix police officer last year.

Wild Thing's comment........

I heard this story on FOX and was surprised, but Nicholas said that David Spade is politically conservative.

When we still lived in Malibu, Calilf. there was a horrible North Hollywood Shootout. Nicholas and I had just been to that same bank the day before.

1997 North Hollywood Shootout part 2...there are more videos of this at the YouTube site

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December 13, 2008

Democrat at Heart Colin Powell Lashes Out at Rush Limbaugh

Rush visiting the troops......they love him

Rush Limbaugh is the passion of conservatism, the very pulse, bounding through the veins of the nation. He produces life with every heartbeat of his show as he scoffs at liberals and gives us his interpretation of conservative truth. His brand of ideology shakes the very foundations of liberalism.
He follows in the footsteps of giants, such as George Washington, Thomas Paine, and Ronald Reagan, promoting the ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. He broadcasts affectionately trying to steer growing government towards the ideals of the Constitution.
He believes that Americans with limited government are better Americans. He believes that Americans shouldn’t murder babies in the womb. He believes that tax cuts are good for the economy. And finally, he believes safe Americans living free are the best Americans of all.


Colin Powell Lashes Out at Rush Limbaugh


Former Secretary of State Colin Powell blames Rush Limbaugh and conservative talk radio for Republican electoral woes in a CNN interview to be broadcast this weekend.

"Can we continue to listen to Rush Limbaugh?" Powell said, according to a transcript of the interview on the “Fareed Zakaria GPS” show CNN released.
"Is this really the kind of party that we want to be when these kinds of spokespersons seem to appeal to our lesser instincts rather than our better instincts?" Powell said.

Powell told Zakaria that he still considers himself a Republican but said his party should quit listening to Limbaugh for advice. Instead, it needs to look more to minority groups if it wants to win elections in the 21st century.

The week before the presidential election, Powell crossed party lines to endorse Barack Obama during an appearance on NBC’s "Meet the Press."

During the appearance, Powell, the first African-American to hold the secretary of state position, made it clear that race had not played a role in his decision to back Obama. His support, he said, arose from Obama's "ability to inspire, because of the inclusive nature of his campaign, because he is reaching out all across America."

Ironically, conservatives like Limbaugh had strongly opposed John McCain during his presidential campaign, while Powell donated $2,300 to McCain during his primary effort.

"I think the party has to stop shouting at the world and at the country," Powell said. "I think that the party has to take a hard look at itself, and I've talked to a number of leaders in recent weeks and they understand that."
"There is nothing wrong with being conservative. There is nothing wrong with having socially conservative views — I don't object to that,” Powell said in the interview, which was taped Wednesday. “But if the party wants to have a future in this country, it has to face some realities. In another 20 years, the majority in this country will be the minority."

Wild Thing's comment..........

Hey Colin, here’s a newsflash for you, NO ONE GIVES A DAMN WHAT YOU THINK! Powell isn’t worthy to even speak of Rush Limbaugh. Colin Powell is NOT a republican he is an enemy of the republican party.

Another idiot that thinks taking on Rush is a good thing (remember Senator Reid’s attempt). LOL

For someone who has been involved exstensively with the Military, he ought to know that stabbing Rush is also attacking the Military... they LOVE HIM!!!

Powell is an 4 star opportunistic diva. I never liked him, even at the peak of his popularity. Stormin’ Norman was more my kind of man. Powell shines a seat with his a** - he’s a bureaucrat who got way more famous and admired than he ever deserved to be. This self-righteous lackey should just go away and stop charging towards any tv camera that he can get his puss in front of. The man has little honor if any.

.....Thank you Jack for sending this to me. Jack's blog is Conservative Insurgent.

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November 25, 2008

Alan Colmes to Depart Top Rated Hannity & Colmes

photo taken of Alan Colmes and Sean Hannity at FOX anniversary bash.


FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Alan Colmes will relinquish his role as co-host of Hannity & Colmes at the end of the year.

In announcing his decision, Colmes said, “I approached Bill Shine (FNC’s Senior Vice President of Programming) earlier this year about wanting to move on after 12 years to develop new and challenging ways to contribute to the growth of the network. Although it’s bittersweet to leave one of the longest marriages on cable news, I’m proud that both Sean (Hannity) and I remained unharmed after sitting side by side, night after night for so many years.”

Colmes will continue to have a presence on FNC as he will serve as a liberal commentator on a variety of FOX News programming, including’s The Strategy Room and continue hosting his radio program, The Alan Colmes Show on FOX Talk, a division of FOX News Radio. He will also begin developing a weekend program.

Shine said, “We’re very sorry to see Alan reach this decision but we understand his desire to seek other creative challenges in his career. We value his incredible hard work in making Hannity & Colmes the most successful debate program on cable news and we’re going to miss him on the show. Thankfully, he will begin developing a weekend pilot for us.”

Wild Thing's comment.......

They should just let Hannity have his own show. He could just have various guest hosts each weak, there are plenty to pick from.

LOL Maybe Alan knew he was not up to defending Obama for 4 years against Hannity or Ann Coulter when she comes on the show. heh heh

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November 19, 2008

FOX Gives In To Pressure From the Left and Obama Say No More to E.D.Hill

This was the show where she made the fist bump question and got in trouble for it. SHEESH nothing was wrong with what E.E. Hill said.

And then this..................

Fox News' E.D. Hill Apologizes for "Terrorist Fist Jab"

E.D. Hill To Leave Fox News Channel


TVNewser has learned veteran Fox News Channel anchor E.D. Hill will not be renewed when her current contract expires. Hill, who has been with Fox News for more than 10 years, will continue with the network for the next few months until her current deal expires.

SVP of Programming Bill Shine tells TVNewser that he "chose not to renew E.D.'s latest contract" but noted that "Hill has been a valued contributor to the success of FNC over the years, and we wish her all the best."

Hill has been without a regular Fox News program since June 16, when America's Pulse was replaced by two hours of Live Desk. Ten days earlier Hill used the term terrorist fist jab when promoting an upcoming body language segment that was going to look into the primary night fist bump shared by Barack and Michelle Obama.

For most of her nearly 11 years at FNC Hill anchored Fox & Friends. In 2006 she moved to a late morning program then to the afternoons where, in the months leading up to the election, she'd been filling in on America's Election HQ.

Wild Thing's comment.........

OK so the very obvious question is, of all the tremendous amount of attacks on Gov. Sarah Palin will those at CNN and MSNBC and yes even a few at FOX be told to leave as well???? I mean fair is fari right? And besides E.D.Hill did NOT attack Barack Hussein Obama and his wife.

The left has called Bush a Nazi, Hitler, threatened his lilfe at the democrat websites and blogs and forums. Even the leftie protesters have had big signs and t-shirts calling Bush names. Lies about our troops and telling them to kill their Officers and yet how many of any of those people have been punished.

Almost every person on CNN and MSNBC have lied about Sarah Palin, promoted the lies about her, about her baby, her sex life, her work, her intellligence, her home, where Russia is located, her hunting, her pro life stance, her children, her daughter that is pregnant, her son in the service ............... non stop attacks 24/7 from the very day Palin was announced to be the VP candidate.

This really ticks me off this double standard!!

And SHAME ON FOX for being weak, kissing up to the pressure from the left and NOT taking a stand for their reporters!

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September 22, 2008

Hasselbeck May Leave "The View" For Friendlier Network

Elisabeth Hasselbeck May Leave "The View" For A Friendlier Network

New York, NY (CNS) - Elisabeth Hasselbeck may be saying goodbye to "The View" and hello to Fox News. Hasselbeck co-hosts ABC's "The View" along with Barbara Walters, Joy Behar, Whoopi Goldberg and Sherri Shepherd.

Hasselbeck has been a co-host on "The View" since 2003. Rumor has it, however, that Fox News is courting her to come over to their network. Hasselbeck, who has faced challenges on the talk show from Behar, and former co-host Rosie O'Donnell, is said to be considering it.

Hasselbeck, who graduated from Boston College and appeared on the CBS reality show "Survivor: Australian Outback," is conservative and that's where the problems arise. Fox is said to favor conservative Republicans so maybe it will be a better fit.

Celebrity News Service wouldn't be surprised to hear if Hasselbeck left "The View" in favor of more hospitable surroundings. An insider has reportedly said she is tired of defending herself in her current hosting job.

One thing Hasselbeck, a mother of two, has shown us from her days on "Survivor," is that the girl is tough. She has her opinions and sticks with them. Only time will tell if she finds a new television home, but that same insider has reported that Fox loves Hasselbeck and their ratings increase whenever she is on the show.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Heck Al-Jazeera would be a friendlier network for Elisabeth Hasselbeck than The View has been.

All I can say is it is about time. I never watch that demon fest. She needs to leave and let the demons be left to themselves. Without a “conservative” on the view, the View becomes that goofy left “radio” program that had Al Franken(was it air america?). And we know how long that lasted. Yep, the little cannibals will turn on each other without someone to pick on.

She's smart and conservative. Its ridiculous, that “The View” needed 3 left wingers vs her - that they increased it to 4 left wingers vs her.

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July 14, 2008

One Last Tribute To Tony Snow Something Special

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July 12, 2008

Tragic news ....Tony Snow Passes Away

Tony Snow, Former White House Press Secretary and FOX News Anchor, Dies at 53

Fox News

Tony Snow, the former White House press secretary and conservative pundit who bedeviled the press corps and charmed millions as a FOX News television and radio host, died Saturday after a long bout with cancer. He was 53.

A syndicated columnist, editor, TV anchor, radio show host and musician, Snow worked in nearly every medium in a career that spanned more than 30 years.

"Laura and I are deeply saddened by the death of our dear friend Tony Snow," President Bush said in a written statement. "The Snow family has lost a beloved husband and father. And America has lost a devoted public servant and a man of character."

Snow died at 2 a.m. Saturday at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.

Snow joined FOX in 1996 as the original anchor of "FOX News Sunday" and hosted "Weekend Live" and a radio program, "The Tony Snow Show," before departing in 2006.

"It's a tremendous loss for us who knew him, but it's also a loss for the country," Roger Ailes, chairman of FOX News, said Saturday morning about Snow, calling him a "renaissance man."

As a TV pundit and commentator for FOX News, Snow often was critical of Bush before he became the president's third press secretary, following Ari Fleischer and Scott McClellan. He was an instant study in the job, mastering the position — and the White House press corps — with apparent ease.

"One of the reasons I took this job is not only to work with the president, but, believe it or not, to work with all of you," Snow told reporters when he stepped into the post in 2006. "These are times that are going to be very challenging."

During a tenure marked by friendly jousting with journalists, Snow often danced around the press corps, occasionally correcting their grammar and speech even as he responded to their questions.

"Tony did his job with more flair than almost any press secretary before him," said William McGurn, Bush's former chief speechwriter. "He loved the give-and-take. But that was possible only because Tony was a man of substance who had real beliefs and principles that he was more than able to defend."
As he announced Snow as his new press secretary in May 2006, Bush praised him as "a man of courage [and] a man of integrity."

Snow presided over some of the toughest fights of Bush's presidency, defending the administration during the Iraq war and the CIA leak investigation

"I felt comfortable enough to interrupt him when he was BSing, and he kind of knew it, and he'd shut up and move on," Snow said.

His tenure at the White House lasted 17 months and was interrupted by his second bout with cancer.

Snow had his colon removed and underwent six months of chemotherapy after he was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2005. In 2007 he announced his cancer had recurred and spread to his liver, and he had a malignant growth removed from his abdominal area.

He resigned from the White House six months later, in September 2007, citing not his health but a need to earn more than the $168,000 a year he was paid in the government post. He was replaced by his deputy, Dana Perino, Bush's current press secretary.

After taking time off to recuperate, Snow joined CNN as a political commentator early this year.

At the White House, Snow brought partisan zeal and the skills of a seasoned performer to the task of explaining and defending the president's policies. During daily briefings he challenged reporters, scolded them and questioned their motives as if he were starring in a TV show broadcast live from the West Wing.

"The White House has lost a great friend and a great colleague," said Perino in a statement released to the media. "We all loved watching him at the podium, but most of all we learned how to love our families and treat each other."

Critics suggested Snow was turning the traditionally informational daily briefing into a personality-driven media event short on facts and long on confrontation. He was the first press secretary, by his own accounting, to travel the country raising money for Republican candidates.

As a commentator, he had not always been on the president's side. He once called Bush "something of an embarrassment" in conservative circles and criticized what he called Bush's "lackluster" domestic policy.

A sometime fill-in host for Rush Limbaugh, Snow said he loved the intimacy of his radio audience.

"I don't think you ever arrive," he said. "I think anybody who thinks they've arrived or made it, anywhere in the media — they're nuts."

Robert Anthony Snow was born June 1, 1955, in Berea, Ky., the son of a teacher and nurse. He graduated from Davidson College in 1977 with a bachelor's degree in philosophy, and he taught briefly in Kenya before embarking on his journalism career.

Because of his love for writing, Snow took a job as an editorial writer for the Greensboro Record in North Carolina and went on to run the editorial pages at the Newport News (Virginia) Daily Press, Detroit News and Washington Times. He became a nationally syndicated columnist, and in 1991 he became director of speechwriting for President George H.W. Bush.

"He served people, and we can learn from that. He was kind, and we can learn from that. He was just a good person," the senior Bush told FOX News.


Tony Snow on flute

Tony Snow, White House Press Secretary, plays "Stormy Monday" with Leslie West of Mountain at the Rock 'n Roll Fantasy Camp.

Snow played six instruments — saxophone, trombone, flute, piccolo, accordion and guitar — and was in a D.C. cover band called Beats Workin'. He also was a film buff.

"He was a great musician," Ailes said. "And he loved movies."

More than anything, said Snow's colleagues, he was a joy to work with.

"He was a lot of fun," his former FOX News producer Griff Jenkins said. "This is a loss of a family member."

FOX News Chief Washington Correspondent Jim Angle called Snow a "gentleman."

Snow is survived by his wife, Jill Ellen Walker, whom he married in 1987; their son, Robbie; and daughters, Kendall and Kristi.

Tony left us all so much.I came across an article Tony wrote about his cancer.

"The moment you enter the Valley of the Shadow of Death, things change. You discover that Christianity is not something doughy, passive, pious, and soft. Faith may be the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. But it also draws you into a world shorn of fearful caution. The life of belief teems with thrills, boldness, danger, shocks, reversals, triumphs, and epiphanies. Think of Paul, traipsing though the known world and contemplating trips to what must have seemed the antipodes (Spain), shaking the dust from his sandals, worrying not about the morrow, but only about the moment.

There’s nothing wilder than a life of humble virtue—for it is through selflessness and service that God wrings from our bodies and spirits the most we ever could give, the most we ever could offer, and the most we ever could do.

Finally, we can let love change everything. When Jesus was faced with the prospect of crucifixion, he grieved not for himself, but for us. He cried for Jerusalem before entering the holy city. From the Cross, he took on the cumulative burden of human sin and weakness, and begged for forgiveness on our behalf.

We get repeated chances to learn that life is not about us—that we acquire purpose and satisfaction by sharing in God’s love for others. Sickness gets us partway there. It reminds us of our limitations and dependence. But it also gives us a chance to serve the healthy. A minister friend of mine observes that people suffering grave afflictions often acquire the faith of two people, while loved ones accept the burden of two people’s worries and fears.
Learning How to Live."

-—end quote-—

Wild Thing's comment........

Rest in peace Tony Snow. Tony was a blessing to his family, friend, and country.

Thank you to all of you that sent me the news and links about Tony passing away.

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July 01, 2008

Great News Laura Ingraham Back On Her Radio Show

The conservative talker writes on her website "We are apparently being allowed to return to the airwaves June 30. Keep your fingers crossed." Ingraham had previously posted on her website that her absence from radio "is not of my choosing, nor is it health or family related." Since being off radio for a large part of June, Ingraham found her way onto Fox News, anchoring their new 5pm ET news show. Last week, in an interview with the Washington Post's Howard Kurtz, she claimed "TRN 'barred her from her Washington studio after talks about a new contract hit a snag.'" Her current 5-year deal with TRN expires in September.

Laura Ingraham website

Wild Thing's comment........

I listened to her show yesterday ( Monday) and she was back.

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June 30, 2008

Representative Mike Pence,R-IN. ROCKS ~ God Bless Him!

The Democratics have been talking about "doing something" to silence broadcastors like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, and the Internet Christian Conservatives in the form of FCC regulation using the FAIRNESS DOCTRINE. It is a censorship of free speech, and a violation of our First Amendment Rights.

Rep Mike Pence is putting forth this legislation to continue to protect us for another year from use of the Fairness Dontrine, and has agreement of 300 in congress; but only 190 have signed petition.

Pres Bush has agreed to sign. We must motivate those others promised to protect our right as conservatives to speak out for our faith, our conservative views and protection of internet podcasters and blogs.

Mike Pence with Hoosier troops in Tikrit; Pence traveling with General Petraeus

Representative Mike Pence,R-IN., revealed no Democrat has signed the discharge petition for the Broadcaster's Freedom Act. Speaker Pelosi recently admitted to Human Events her support for the 'Fairness' Doctrine.

Rep.Mike Pence Addresses Fairness Doctrine On House Floor...see VIDEO link below.


Congress is just 23 signatures away from a vote that could finally end the archaic Fairness Doctrine and create a permanent free-market system for talk radio.

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) continues to urge congress members to sign the Broadcaster Freedom Act discharge petition. The petition will “prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from repromulgating the fairness doctrine,” originally initiated in the 1930s under Franklin Roosevelt.

During its glory days, the Fairness Doctrine was never applied to ensure conservatives’ air time. In fact, conservative voices were shunned while liberal bias seemed to mysteriously remain under the radar of the FCC. The Fairness Doctrine’s attempt at “fairness” created the most imbalanced media atmosphere possible.

Rep. Pence’s bill could kick the Fairness Doctrine to the curb permanently, much to the disdain of Democrats like Sen. John Kerry, Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

“I think the Fairness Doctrine ought to be there and I also think equal time doctrine ought to come back. I mean these are the people who wiped out one of the most profound changes in the balance of the media is when the conservatives got rid of the equal time requirements,” said Sen. Kerry. “And the result is that, you know, they’ve been able to squeeze down and squeeze out opinion of opposing views and I think it’s been an important transition in the imbalance of our public.

First, [Democrats] failed on the radio airwaves with Air America, no one wanted to listen,” says a senior adviser to Pelosi. “Conservative radio is a huge threat and political advantage for Republicans and we have had to find a way to limit it.”

The 195 Congress members who have already signed the discharge petition refuse to let this happen. The bill needs 218 signatures for the legislation to get a vote. To date, not one Democrat has broken with Pelosi to support the bill. Nine Republican representatives have also failed to sign the discharge petition.

“If the Broadcaster Freedom Act is brought to the floor of the House of Representatives, I have every confidence that it will pass because, when freedom gets an up-or-down vote in the People’s House, freedom always wins,” said Rep. Pence.

And this.........

Pelosi Supports 'Fairness Doctrine'
by John Gizzi

Human Events

The speaker of the House that a bill by Rep. Mike Pence (R.-Ind.) to outlaw the “Fairness Doctrine” (which a liberal administration could use to silence Rush Limbaugh, other radio talk show hosts and much of the new alternative media) would not see the light of day in Congress during ’08. In ruling out a vote on Pence’s proposed Broadcaster's Freedom Act, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D.-CA.) also signaled her strong support for revival of the “Fairness Doctrine” -- which would require radio station owners to provide equal time to radio commentary when it is requested.

Experts say that the “Fairness Doctrine,” which was ended under the Reagan Administration, would put a major burden on small radio stations in providing equal time to Rush Limbaugh and other conservative broadcasters, who are a potent political force. Rather than engage in the costly practice of providing that time, the experts conclude, many stations would simply not carry Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and other talk show hosts who are likely to generate demands for equal time.

Pelosi to Senate: Filibuster FISA

Although Speaker Pelosi would not specifically call for Sen. Barack Obama to lead a filibuster against Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act legislation in the Senate, she did send a strong signal that she was positive about the talk of filibuster against the surveillance measure by Democratic Sens. Christopher Dodd (CT.) and Russ Feingold (Wisc.)

Recalling that there were many issues before the Senate that she felt deserved but did not get a filibuster -- on the war in Iraq and expansion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) that the Administration vetoed, for example -- Pelosi voiced her opinion that “a filibuster focuses on a very important issue” and that the importance of FISA “justifies that.”

The Speaker pointed out that “if the Senate has the ability to filibuster, and “I think there is a great appetite in the public for such a debate on [FISA] to take place. And I think it would be healthy and wholesome.”


Wild Thing's comment........

I hope and pray he gets all the signatures he needs for his bill. This is soooo important.

Regarding future plans for Mike Pence, I would love for this man to run for President! I know it is too late this time but WOW if he would run let's sday Mike Pence and Palin. Add Bolton in the mix too. giggle I love how we DO have conservatives out there. It is just sickening that we have none for this election. deep sigh

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June 17, 2008

Laura Ingraham's Show Today On Fox


Today at 5PM EST
Rush Limbaugh will be a guest on Laura Ingraham's new Fox News Channel Show, "Just In."

I am so glad to see this. I want all our conservative talk show hosts to be supportive of each other. So this is
good news and the more they stick together the less chance the left will have trying to get rid of them.

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June 13, 2008

Tim Russert Dies Of Heart Attack

Tim Russert signing off from one of his many Meet The Press shows

New York Post

Tim Russert, NBC journalist and political heavyweight host of "Meet the Press," has died after collapsing at NBC's Washington news bureau, a source said. He was 58 years old.

Russert, who rose from the inside world of politics where he was former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo's press secretary and one-time chief of staff to the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, was able to successfully cross over to political journalism and rise to become one of its leading lights.

In his role as host of the seminal Sunday morning political program "Meet the Press" - which he took over in 1991 - he became renowned for his hard-nosed interviews where he frequently cornered some of Washington's cagiest political figures with tough questions.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Condolences to his family. Although I haven’t watched him for years,he wasn't a giddy and mean Lib like Chris Mathews. I feel for his son loosing his dad and for his wife.

Russert was recording voiceovers for Sunday’s “Meet the Press” program when he collapsed, the network said.

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Missing Laura Ingraham? I Sure Am

Laura Ingraham Receives 'WOMAN OF THE YEAR' AWARD

Here is her website for her radio show

JUst a few snipets from her speech she gave with her personal reflections on her 12 year journey in radio and television.

Full text

"Tonight I want to express my gratitude to Michael Harrison and everyone at Talkers who keep this industry informed and on its toes month after month with humor and substance. I also want to thank Mark Masters and the folks at Talk Radio Network who believed in my radio vision five years ago when few others did. My gratitude also goes out to my producers, including Tom Elliott who is here today, as well as the radio giants such as Rush, Don Imus, Sean Hannity and Phil Boyce who gave me great support along the way. "
"As for me, I am humbled and privileged to lead a radio show where I put my mind and heart on the line every day."
"Of course when I think of women who had their share of detractors but who always held firm in their core principles and transformed the world, I think of Margaret Thatcher. "
"As President Reagan said to me the day I walked out of the Oval Office for the last time as a young 20-something, "Make it matter."
"I intend on doing just that for years to come on the airwaves. And I thank you for the encouragement of this honor and I promise to make you proud. "

Shortly after she received the above award she was taken OFF the air

Popular radio talk show host Laura Ingraham has been taken off the air with no explanation.

Laura's show is one of the top five most popular talk radio shows in the nation. Laura is a solid conservative voice on the air.

She is gone with no explanation. All anyone knows is that it is not her choice.

If radio networks can yank a conservative voice who is that popular, they can do it to Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity or anyone else.

Liberals are again agitating to shut down conservative talk radio. They have been pushing "diversity" regulations through the FCC to do just that. Taking out Laura Ingraham is just a step along the way toward shutting down conservative talk radio totally.

Here is a station guide for Laura Ingraham. Please call your local affiliate and tell the station you want Laura Ingraham back on the Laura Ingraham show.

You can stop liberals from shutting down talk radio by standing up for Laura Ingraham.

Sincerely yours,

Erick Erickson


Laura Ingraham hosts ...

No nonsense – No backing down – Nothing but sharp… smart…insightful talk!

Just In With Laura Ingraham

Starts Monday, 5p EST

Fox News


Wild Thing's comment.........

Liberal leaders are pushing the so-called “Fairness Doctrine” to silence conservative leaders like Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin and Laura Ingraham. Their goal is clear -- silence conservative speech over the radio airwaves.

It’s time to reinstitute the Fairness Doctrine.” -- Sen. Dick Durbin
"In my view, talk radio tends to be one-sided. It also tends to be dwelling in hyperbole. It's explosive. It pushes people to, I think, extreme views without a lot of information…. I’m looking at [the Fairness Doctrine]…. Unfortunately, talk radio is overwhelmingly one way.” --Sen. Dianne Feinstein
"I think the Fairness Doctrine ought to be there ... One of the most profound changes in the balance of the media was when the conservatives got rid of equal time requirements. The result is that they've been able to squeeze down and squeeze out opinion of opposing views." -- Sen. John Kerry

This below is from the PDF file about the Fairness Doctrine. It is a long document, well worth reading, but here is just a snipet.

Political activists and even certain U.S. senators have argued that the federal government should reinstitute the Fairness Doctrine, which would require broadcasters to air both sides of controversial issues. Opponents charge that Fairness Doctrine advocates are trying to reduce the impact of conservative talk radio.

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) has introduced The Broadcaster Freedom Act (HR 2905), which would bar the Federal Communications Commission from reinstating the Fairness Doctrine.

The controversy touches on America’s most fundamental civic values. Do we still cherish freedom of speech, or are some of us succumbing to the tyrannical impulse to stifle the speech of political adversaries? Do our leaders trust us to accept responsibility to govern ourselves, or do they wish to control which information we receive?

Three principal arguments support resurrecting the Fairness Doctrine. First, the “scarcity” argument holds that the airwaves are public property with a limited number of broadcast frequencies, so government can and should intervene if the public debate is out of balance.

Second, the “censorship” argument holds that major corporations are muzzling liberal opinion on the radio, so Americans are not hearing both sides of issues.

Third, the “public interest” argument holds that the Fairness Doctrine would increase the amount and variety of opinions available to the public.

....Thank you Mark.

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June 06, 2008

How The Media Would Cover D-Day Today!

Wild Thing's comment......

This is EXACTLY how today's media would be covering D-Day today, and they are doing it with our war today as well and they also did it with the Vietnam War too.

....Thank you Mark.

* Michelle Malkin ...Thank you for the video

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March 18, 2008

Thank you Ben Stein

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February 29, 2008

William Buckley Vs Gore Vidal

This is the well know incident between William Buckley and Gore Vidal that occurred during ABC's coverage of the 1968 Democratic convention in Chicago.

Wild Thing's comment........

I love this! I love what William Buckley says about the Marines in this.

....Thank you Tom for sending this to me.

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September 09, 2007

What Do Ya' Talk ~ Sunday Morning Talk Shows

There's really only one major topic this week, the Petraeus report.

Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:

ABC's "This Week" ...(George Step-on-all -of us)

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
Sen. John F'n Kerry, D-Vietnam Mass

NBC's "Meet the Press" ..(Tim Russert)
(The war in Iraq may be won or lost this week in Washington... we will tell you what you must think)

Retired Marine Corps Gen. James Jones
Charles Ramsey, former Washington, D.C., police chief
Sen. Joe " plugs" Biden, D-Del. ( expound ... and expound ... and expound ... and expound ... and expound ... ad nauseum. )

CBS's "Face the Nation" ....(Bob Schieffer)
(The war in Iraq may be won or lost this week in Washington... we will tell you what you must think)

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass.
Brent Scowcroft, Former national security adviser

CNN "Late Edition" ...(Wolf Blitzer)
The war in Iraq may be won or lost this week in Washington... we will tell you what you must think.

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee
Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif.
Mowaffak al-Rubaie, Iraqi national security adviser
Retired Army Gen. George Joulwan

Fox News Sunday ...(Chris Wallace)

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.
Frances Townsend, White House homeland security adviser
Michael DuHaime, Rudy Giuliani's campaign manager

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February 18, 2007

New York Post Front Page headline: TREASON

New York Post Front Page headline: TREASON


by Ralph Peters

As a former soldier who still spends a good bit of time with those in uniform, what infuriates me personally is the Doublespeak, Stalin-Prize lie that undercutting our troops and encouraging our enemies is really a way to "support our troops."

As for bringing them home, why not respect the vote the troops themselves are taking: Sustained re-enlistment rates have been at a record high.

And our soldiers and Marines know they'll go back to Iraq or Afghanistan. And no, Senator Kerry, it's not because they're too stupid to get a "real" job like yours or because they're "mercenaries." Some Americans still believe in America.

If our troops are willing to fight this bitter war, how dare Congress knife them in the back?

On Thursday night, I was in Nashville as a guest of the 506th Regimental Combat Team - with whom I'd spent all too brief a time in Baghdad.

The occasion was their welcome-home ball, complete with dress uniforms spangled with awards for bravery. Proud spouses sat beside their returned warriors.

Of course, those soldiers were glad to be home with their loved ones. But they also know they'll go back to one theater of war or another - and no one complained.

They share a value that Congress has forgotten: duty. They're willing to bear the weight of the world on their shoulders. Because they know that freedom has a price.

As you entered the ballroom for the event, the first thing you saw was a line of 34 photographs. A single white candle softly lit each frame. Those were the members of the 506th who didn't come home.

Soldiers honor their dead. It's the least Congress could do to honor the living men and women in uniform.

You don't support our troops by supporting our enemies.

Wild Thing's comment......

Can you even imagine if someone had proposed such a resolution during WWII??? Kudos to the NY Post. They should have included photos of Murtha, Pelosi and Reid ....heck all of them on the cover.

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January 02, 2007

CNN Identifies Osama bin Laden as "Obama"

Wild Thing's comment.......

BWAHAHAHAAHAHAHA!! This stuff cannot be made up! This is great, someone in the editing room at CNN is in deep doo-doo. Their non-stop Obamamania bit them on the ass.

And this one is a video showing Ted Kennedy from awhile back trying to say Obama er ah Osama Obama hahaha

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December 14, 2006

Former CNN News Chief To Launch 'IraqSlogger' Site

Former CNN News Chief To Launch 'IraqSlogger' Site
Editor & Publisher

NEW YORK — For the past four years there has been no shortage of news and views on Iraq and the long-running war there. What’s been missing: a one-stop-shopping clearinghouse for nonpartisan information, including material coming out of Iraq itself from natives of that country, not from foreign correspondents.

Now that need is finally being addressed in the form of IraqSlogger, in Beta at, but due to be officially launched next week. Its director is the former CNN news division chief, Eason Jordan, who quit that post suddenly in 2005 after 23 years with the company. The name of his new venture, he says, was inspired by a Donald Rumsfeld reference to this war being a “long, hard slog.”

The concept, Jordan tells E&P, “grew out of the feeling that I think many people shared that there was no one place to go. Individual news organizations do terrific work but you can spend the better part of a day going from one site to another and one TV outlet to another,” searching for a full picture.

“Iraq is the story of our time,” he declares. His goal for the site is for it to become nothing less than “the world’s premier Iraq-focused information source” — and with no “political slant.”

Wild Thing's comment......

Here is a link to Iraq Slogger

OK now a little about this Jordan guy, because this guy is a horrible asshole! ............

November 19, 2004, in which CNN Chief News Executive Eason Jordan is quoted telling a journalists’ conference in Portugal that journalists in Iraq have been arrested and tortured by US forces: US military ‘still failing to protect journalists in Iraq.

Independent journalists operating in Iraq face arrest and even torture at the hands of the US military and the authorities are failing to act on promises to do more to protect them, news organisations have warned.

Eason Jordan, chief news executive at CNN, said there had been only a “limited amount of progress”, despite repeated meetings between news organisations and the US authorities.

“Actions speak louder than words. The reality is that at least 10 journalists have been killed by the US military, and according to reports I believe to be true journalists have been arrested and tortured by US forces,” Mr Jordan told an audience of news executives at the News Xchange conference in Portugal.

Mr Jordan highlighted the case of al-Arabiya journalist Abdel Kader al-Saadi, who was arrested in Falluja last week by US forces and remains in their custody even though no reason has yet been given for his detention.

“These actions and the fact that no one has been reprimanded would indicate that no one is taking responsibility. We hear good words but not the actions to back them up,” he added.

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December 08, 2006

New York Post Speaks Out With Their Frontpage

New York Post
WASHINGTON - The Iraq Study Group report delivered to President Bush yesterday contains 79 separate recommendations - but not one that explains how American forces can defeat the terrorist insurgents, only ways to bring the troops home.

Declaring the situation "grave and deteriorating," the high-powered commission proposed the United States talk directly to terror abettors Iran and Syria to get their cooperation, and commit to removing U.S. combat troops in early 2008.

Reaction to the much-anticipated report was swift:

* President Bush called it a "tough" assessment of U.S. involvement in Iraq and said he would treat all of its recommendations seriously, but he didn't publicly embrace any of the proposals.

* White House spokesman Tony Snow later rejected the call for America to have open dialogue with enemy Iran, saying that could happen only after the Islamic state halted uranium enrichment.

* Democrats in Congress heartily embraced the study, saying it offered Bush some good ideas, and put the burden on him to accept some of them.

Wild Thing's comment.....

Thank you Rhod for sending me this Frontpage graphic. It is sooooooo perfect!

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October 24, 2006

CNN Totaly In Bed With Islamic Terrorists ~ DESPICABLE!!

Saturday October 21, 2006

Please scroll down for update to this post.

CNN aired a terrorist sniper killing a US soldier. They blacked out the screen when the bullet hit, but that did not stop the sound or description that they went on to share.

According to CNN, “The graphic video of 10 sniper attacks was obtained by CNN -- through intermediaries --from the Islamic Army of Iraq, one of the most active insurgent organizations in Iraq.”

Video on CNN shows snipers' chilling work in Iraq

(CNN) -- Chilling scenes from a videotape made by insurgents show the work of snipers in Iraq, targeting and killing American troops, taking them down with a single bullet from a high-powered rifle.

The graphic video of 10 sniper attacks was obtained by CNN -- through intermediaries -- from the Islamic Army of Iraq, one of the most active insurgent organizations in Iraq.

In one scene, U.S. soldiers mingle among Iraqi civilians on a city street as a U.S. Humvee with a gunner in its turret stands guard nearby.

From a distance, possibly hundreds of yards away, a sniper watches for his opportunity to strike as a fellow insurgent operates a camera to capture the video for propaganda purposes.

In the video, street sounds mix with male Arabic voices as the sniper and his spotter talk off-camera.

"People are around them," warns the spotter, who seems to be operating the video camera. "Want me to find another place?"
"No, no," comes the reply, "give me a moment."

And then, the crack of gunfire is heard and the soldier in the turret slumps forward.

"Allahu Akbar (God is Great)!" is the exclamation as the sniper's vehicle starts and they slip away.

The deadly tactic is one the U.S. military also uses to take out insurgents.

Retired Gunnery Sgt. Jack Coughlin was one of the top U.S. Marine Corps snipers in Iraq and has written a book about his experiences -- "Shooter: The Autobiography of the Top-Ranked Marine Sniper."

"I have over 60 kills," he told CNN's Gary Tuchman. "We seek out the enemy and eliminate them with precision fire."

Tuchman used Coughlin's critical eye to analyze the Islamic Army of Iraq video.

Coughlin said the time lapse between the sound of the shot and the man getting hit indicates the gunfire is coming from about 300 to 500 yards away and probably from a higher angle.

But Couglin said he's sure this team of at least three people has been trained well because they're so calm.

"They have their stuff wired," he said. "They know what they're doing." (Watch the ex-Marine describe snipers' deadly work -- 2:46)

The 20-year Marine veteran said the kind of body armor worn by troops in combat can be effective against a sniper's bullet, and he added that there are other ways to defend against the horrifying attacks.

"The worst enemy of a sniper is another sniper," Coughlin said. "Our snipers are hunting these guys -- I guarantee you this is happening as we speak."

Coughlin added that, in many cases, the best defense is a good offense.

Lawmaker Outraged by Sniper Footage on CNN
SAN DIEGO — CNN has become "the publicist for an enemy propaganda film" by broadcasting a video showing an insurgent sniper in Iraq apparently killing an American soldier, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said here Friday.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-El Cajon) called for the Pentagon to oust any CNN reporter embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq.

"I think Americans like to think we're all in this together," Hunter said. "The average American Marine or soldier has concluded after seeing that film that CNN is not on their side."

Another UPDATE:
Armed Services Committee Chairman Calls For Removal of CNN’s Embedded Reporters

CNN recently aired videos supplied by terrorists inside Iraq showing snipers attacking American soldiers. As a result of this outrageous behavior, Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-California), chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, has asked for all of CNN’s reporters currently embedded with U.S. military units be removed.

The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee asked the Pentagon on Friday to remove CNN reporters embedded with U.S. combat troops, saying the network's broadcast of a video showing insurgent snipers targeting U.S. soldiers was tantamount to airing an enemy propaganda film.

The tape, which came to the network through contact with an insurgent leader, was aired Wednesday night on "Anderson Cooper 360" and repeated Thursday.

The article continued:

In a letter to Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., wrote: "CNN has now served as the publicist for an enemy propaganda film featuring the killing of an American soldier."

The letter was also signed by San Diego-area Republican congressmen Darrell Issa and Brian Bilbray.

"This is nothing short of a terrorist snuff film," Bilbray said at a press conference held in San Diego.

CNN officials defended their decision to air the footage. ( GRRRRRRRRRRRRR)

"Our responsibility is to report the news," said Laurie Goldberg, a CNN spokeswoman. "As an organization we stand by our decision and respect the rights of others to disagree with it."

Wild Thing's comment.......

Oust them is the least they should do, charge them with aiding and abetting the enemy with use of known propaganda, they have always been the terrorist sympathizer. In WW2 if if there had been a cable news services like CNN we might all be speaking German today.

Democrat mind set.......Americans too sensitive to see videos of 911 but not to see Muslims pigs shoots soldiers. These cowards were afraid to show the Danish cartoons, even though it was the biggest story in that news cycle. Even though the story was HUGE!

The terrorists went and created that video for the whole purpose of propagandizing their viewpoint. So what do the total dopes at CNN do, they BROADCAST it! One of CNN’s analysts called the sniper attacks the most effective thing they have seen. “The deadly tactic is one the U.S. military also uses to take out insurgents”, according to CNN. They seem be telling them how good they are at using our strategies to kill our men.

I haven't been this angry in a very long time. An American soldier died for these bastards' "news value." What "value" is that, precisely? What does CNN "value" that can excuse this utter moral degeneracy? Is it the sort of moral equivalency that sees no difference between the son of a bitch driving a car bomb into a crowd and the Marine who dies to try to stop him? Is it "all the same thing" when looked at from the lofty heights of an editorial desk in Atlanta? What sort of a sordid, miserable excuse for a human being could manage to justify this outrageous glorification of murder and have the spit-shined brass balls to try to pass it off as "news value"?

This is from one of the soldiers that is in country right now regarding the CNN embedded reporters.......

"I hated those weasly little bastards. They were a huge hindrence on patrol. One more unarmed idiot to have to look out for. They would do incredibly stupid stuff to get footage in a firefight. I finally told my guys not to provide covering fire for then any more. Just let the f***er get his ass shot. One of them had an AK round go clean through his camera. He could not stop shaking for about an hour. Inside, we were lauging our asses off at him."

Update: October 24, 2006

Some of our awesome snipers in country in today's war with Islam. Faces blurred out for their protection.

Legendary snipers became the role models. Snipers such as Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Hathcock, a Marine sniper in Vietnam with 98 confirmed kills, Sgt. 1st Class. Randy Shugart and Master Sgt. Gary Gordon, two Delta Force snipers, who died in Somalia in 1993 trying to rescue a downed crew of a MH-60 Black Hawk during the battle of Mogadishu.

As you know I am a big supporter of our military and when I started this blog one of the links I wanted to make sure I had in my sidebar was a place online called It has been there since this blog began on September 21, 2005.

I am so pleased to see others supporting the efforts of the especially now after what CNN has done in their aiding the enemy with their showing of the video snuff film sent to them by the enemy. They just had to show it and not once but over and over again. We all wrote letters to CNN, phoned CNN (404-827-2600) and showed our disgust for what they have done and the stand they have taken to side with the enemy.

Here are some places at their site:


Items needed

Letters and photos from our snipers


Two years ago I ordered this dog tag from I keep it on my key chain. I loved it so much I ordered more to give as gifts to the troops in their care packages. I have ordered other things and donated, this is just one of the items they have.

Those also suggesting to check out

* Blackfive

* Michelle Malkin

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July 20, 2006

Jihad Pat Buchanan Is Going To Hell

Buchanan doesn't even try to hide his anti-semitism any longer.

Jihad Pat makes it sound like all the widdle ayrabs did was capture 2 Israeli soldiers. But, what about the withdrawal from Gaza and land for peace? What about the missiles from Lebanon and Gaza when it rained down on civilians? What about the eight soldiers ambushed and killed by Hezbollah coming across the border as a clear act of war? Pat is flying the crescent flag outside his window!!!!

Pat did not reproach Hezbollah for the kidnappings and murder of hundreds of Americans back in the 80s. True Christians as well as Jews, understand that Hezbully Islam is Iran Incorporated.

Hey Pat, the blood is on your hands of the 9th Century knuckledraggers,not the Israelis. But then, I doubt you're capable of understanding this.

Pat Al-Buchanan ought to defect to Iran so he can be a speech-writer for Ahmadinajad.

Pat you can burn in hell and I would light the match!

Where are the Christians?....Pat's latest HUG for the terrorists....article Here

Pat defends foreign aid to Hamas.....article

'Comrade Wolf' and the mullahs....article Here

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July 18, 2006

Snow To Thomas: “Thank You For The Hezbollah View”

This is just soooo good! ROTFLMAO

Love ya Tony Snow!

This is an exchange between Helen Thomas and Tony Snow.

Please click HERE to watch the Video....thank you.

* Outside The Beltway

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July 17, 2006

Joao Silva and NY Times Work Together To Kill Our Soldiers

Joao Silva for The New York Times A terrorist sniper loyal to Shiite terrorist Moqtada al Sadr fires towards U.S. positions in the cemetery in Najaf, Iraq while being admired by Joao Silva of the treasonous The New York Times. Copyright 2006 The New York Times Company

Joao Silva also with the U.S. Army 4th Infantry Division on the outskirts of Hibhib, Iraq, June 10, 2006 prior to his sharing US intel to New York Times readers/terrorists working to murder Americans for Moqtada al Sadr and the New York Times while photographing them attempting to snipe Americans.

The picture featured by the Times is just one of many being shown here as a photo compilation titled "In the Company of God" by New York Times photographer, Joao Silva.

Wild Thing's comment.......
So Joao Silva and the New York Times working together to kill our American soldiers. How much more are we supposed to allow this to go on? When is something going to be done. Joao Silva's pictorial tribute to Iraqi terrorists killing American soldiers to pure treason and nothing less. And so is the New York Times.

How ANYONE can stand by and watch a terrorist aim at one of our soldiers just to get a good photo is unforgivable. I mean this I will cheer and make a special toast when Joao Silva dies.

* Blackfive
* The Real Ugly American

And a special thank you for a dear friend, John5 (VN69-70) for his email on this.

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July 01, 2006

New York Times Is Home Grown Terror

Beware of travel feature stories posing as invitations to terror.

"The New York Times points cranks, radicals, al-Qaida operatives and would-be assassins to the summer homes of V.P. Cheney and [Defense Secretary Donald] Rumsfeld" writes FrontPage Magazine's David Horowitz, who sees the June 30 Times feature article as an apparent retaliation for administration "criticism of the Times' disclosure of classified intelligence to America's enemies."

In the "Escapes" section of the June 30 edition, the N.Y. Times printed huge color photos of the vacation residences of Cheney and Rumsfeld, "identifying the small Maryland town where they live, showing their front driveways and, in Rumsfeld's case, actually pointing out the hidden security camera in case any hostile intruders should get careless," Horowitz writes.

Times Travel section writer Peter Kilborn even makes sure enemies of the two men will know such details as where Mrs. Rumsfeld shops in the eastern shore town of St. Michaels, Md. where the two administration officials have weekend retreats.

He even lets the curious know what street the Cheneys and Rumsfelds have to use to get to their own road.

It's all part of the war against President Bush, Horowitz charges.

"Make no mistake about it, there is a war going on in this country," Horowitz advises, noting that the aggressors in this war "are Democrats, liberals and leftists who began a scorched earth campaign against President Bush before the initiation of hostilities in Iraq."

One of the most prevalent weapons in this war, according to Horowitz, is the New York Times.


Hot Air put together a short film focusing particularly on the hypocrisy of the New York Times when it comes to fighting the War on Terror.


N.Y.Times Retaliates Against Cheney, Rumsfeld

US Traitors Keller and Pinch Sulzberger in the "Escapes" section of the June 30 N.Y. Times have printed huge color photos of the vacation residences of Cheney and Rumsfeld, identifying where they live, showing their front driveways and, conveniently in SoD Rumsfeld's case, actually pointing out the hidden security camera.

It's title and here it is................
Weekends With the President's Men

PLEASE NOTE under the photo you will see where the New York Times has added this.................

There is a lens in the birdhouse at the driveway of Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's home at St. Michaels, Md.

Wild Thing's comment.....

The New York Times is a national security threat! This is more than just an ideological war between the White House and the NYT. The NYT is almost calling for a strike on VP Cheney and Rummy.

The liberals like to talk about how they are the ones who care for individual humans. They do NOT! Time after time they have show a propensity to infringe on individuals rights. Any idiot would know not to publish this private information as part of the "public's right to know." when you have terrorists deployed worldwide looking for a target for publicity.

Bill Keller and others at the New York Times need to be prosecuted. Tokyo Rose would be proud.

* Hot Air

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New York Times ~ Terrorists Favorite Newspaper

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM

June 28, 2006

NY Times....The Terrorist's Tipsheet

The New York Times's new publisher, Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr ... was a sixties anti-war activist who famously declared that in a confrontation between an American and a North Vietnamese soldier he'd want to see the American get shot."

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June 27, 2006

How The Media Does Things

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:55 AM

May 30, 2006

The Media Helping The Enemy Needs To Stop

Most of the Speech Given at the American Enterprise Institute

To get home, or back to work, you have to go through those doors there. Now, lets pretend those doors may be booby trapped and the first person and anyone within 5 feet of the doors is going to get some shrapnel. But, you gotta cross the threshold. And, on the other side of the doors, there might be a guy with an RPK machine gun waiting to throw some lead at you. And down the hall, there may be a guys hiding around the corners with AK-47s. But, after all that, you make it outside, where there could be snipers. Then you make it to your car or cab, and then there is a chance someone is waiting to blow you up with an IED. And, once you have made it home, there is a good chance someone is going to try and lob a mortar or rocket into your subdivision.

That is what it is like to be a Marine infantryman, or, a photographer who spent 5 months with a Marine infantry platoon in Al Anbar province.

Now, after hearing that scenario, if you said, ‘no thanks,’ congratulations: you are normal. But if you heard that and said, ‘heh, whatever’ I know some recruiters who may want to talk to you. Most reporters, being normal, aren’t exactly eager to chase grunts around Al Anbar.

In spring of 2005, I left my life behind and traveled to Iraq as an embedded reporter.

I spent 5 months living with a Marine infantry platoon, walking the streets of places like Karmah, Amiriya, and Ferris. I spent days and weeks outside the wire, sleeping on the dirt, lining up in the stack as the Marines hit target houses and all the time those nights and days punctuated with the call to prayer.

I drank tea and smoked cigarettes with sheiks and Imams. I sat down and ate with men who led villages and families. I bartered with shop keepers for sodas and cigarettes, played soccer with kids. And, I spent a lot of time getting sun burned.

Punctuated by the rare few minutes of intense violence, most of the time the Marines chatted up the locals, gathered intel and chased leads.

I have concluded, based both on my experience, and the reports of other newsmen, that an unconscionable amount of what we in the press have been feeding the American public regarding the war in Iraq is fashioned by the propaganda arms of our enemies. Ba’athist kidnappers and Jihadi bombers are planning their operations not to win the war in Iraq, but to win it in America. To that end, they are assessing what American reporters are willing to cover, and what American news organizations are willing to risk.

This has been made abundantly clear in Al Qaida documents recently released by Centcom and the Coalition. An excerpt of the translated document reads:

The policy followed by the brothers in Baghdad is a media oriented policy without a clear comprehensive plan to capture an area or an enemy center. In other words, the significance of the strategy of their work is to show in the media that the American and the government does not control the situation and there is resistance against them.

Stated simply: Al Qaida is not even trying to win the war on the ground anymore. It is attempting to win the war in the press.

And they’re doing pretty well. On April 2, 2005, when Al Qaeda in Iraq attempted to assault Abu Ghraib prison, I was the only reporter there. The unit I was with was patrolling the area as part of a week-long op, and caught the tail end of the assault. The Marines didn’t think much of it. The main result was a bunch of dead insurgents. The next day, when the sun came up, we saw the v-beds that didn’t even make it off the highway and the remnants of so-called lions of taweed.

It wasn’t until we were back in base, watching TV in the chow hall, that we discovered that the failed assault was “BIG NEWS” and reporters were showing up after the fact. Two-to-three days after the fact.

As a Marine Colonel told me. Al Qaeda lost that fire-fight in Iraq, but they won on CNN.

In the Spring of 2005 -- before I went to Iraq -- while I was going from TV station to TV station selling my syndicated news reports to local News Directors, I used a very simple sales pitch:

I would ask: How often do you air coverage of the war? Every day, in some form right? They would nod yes. Then I would ask: how often do you get a local tie-in? They would think about it, but I already knew the answer. For local TV stations there are only 4 Iraq stories:

Local Units leaves, local boy killed in action, wife of local boy being screwed over by the mortgage holder, local unit comes home. On one station I saw them hit the Superfecta with all four stories in one night.

Then, I would ask: How often do you have footage and an interview with a local boy, a grunt out there fighting the war on terror with video of him in action?

The answer was invariably never.

Some of the stations bought my feeds on the spot. And if I could make money going to Iraq as a one person shop, and Michael Yon, Bill Roggio and Michael Totten can report from Iraq with support only from tip jars on their blogs, then there is obviously a market for news beyond the daily car bombing.

But you wouldn’t know it from the war coverage on network and cable news.

The two most common are the Balcony shot of a reporter recapping the latest car bombing, and the computerized map showing the latest bombing. Less often, you get an interview with some Iraqis, nearly always in Baghdad invariably saying how bad things are. And in the rarest of these a real live U.S. newsman reports with a coalition unit, usually long after a major event, as in “Tal Afar six months later,” “Mosul six month later,” and the one I saw most, “Fallujah Six months later.” And of course, “Abu Ghriad, two days after a major attack.”

Al Qaida and its fellow travelers have used violence, kidnappings and the ever present threat of violence against reporters to lock down news coverage.

With Western reporters holed up in bunkers, their view of the war is filtered by Iraqi stringers, who as noted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, may be plants for the terrorists, terrorist sympathizers or feeling the same pressures of violence felt by Western reporters.

The only thing this kind of news-gathering yields is the result of terrorist violence. But that, of course, is the insurgents’ goal —to create the perception in the western media that Iraq is out of control.

What you will not see in the media is what I saw in Iraq…a lot of every day life.

For every minute of violence and danger, there would be days of eating flat bread, drinking tea, and sitting around in positions hoping to get shot at.
Yes, trying to get shot at. At least one third of the operations I went on with the Marines were bait and kill operations—why my platoon was always the bait, I don’t know, it just worked out that way.
In the media, you never hear of the units where everyone came home alive. There are no stories about an operation in which the high-light was the tribal Sheik insisting the Platoon come to his son’s wedding. There is never the tag line—In other news, most Iraqis went about their business of saving up enough money to buy a satellite dish and pay their cell phone bill—yes, every mud hut seems to come equipped with a satellite dish—so they too can watch the latest news about a car bombing in Baghdad in between Jordanian soap operas.
The terrorist goal of winning through the media has worked.
The result is a picture of Iraq in which small slices are accurate-- the basic facts about the recent bombing are accurate—but where the majority of the canvass is left blank, turning the small slices into the entire portrait.
“Iraq is unquestionably the biggest story of our time, and one which will affect American foreign and domestic policy for the rest of our lives -- but if news organizations won't invest the money and manpower to cover it from top to bottom, it will end up becoming a story told only through its major disasters and victories, without many of the small, personal narratives and struggles that give the story its humanity.”

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February 27, 2006

New York Times At It Again

From the NYT basicallly they are saying.........Do Not Help the U.S.

In a startling breach of international etiquette, the New York Times today warned foreign intelligence services not to assist the United States. The warning was backed by public disclosure of highly secretive assistance provided to the U.S. military on the eve of the Iraq War.

"German intelligence services helped the United States invade Baghdad, and will now pay the price," the Times effectively told intelligence services worldwide. As it has in the past, the Times published classified information to bolster its latest attack on U.S. interests.

Foreign intelligence services are now on notice that the so-called "newspaper of record" intends to publicize their interactions with counterparts in the United States, despite any assurances of secrecy.

The Times also warned Middle Eastern leaders that it will disclose any surreptitious help they might provide.

"[Egyptian President] Mubarak quietly allowed United States aerial refueling tankers to be based at an Egyptian airfield," the Times revealed. Such assistance is often a delicate matter for leaders in the region, who in the past have relied on U.S. assurances of secrecy when undertaking actions which might expose them to domestic embarrassment and possible assassination.

The government of Saudi Arabia was another "silent partner," the Times revealed, allowing Delta Force and other American Special Operations Forces to mount attacks in Iraq from a secret base at Arar. Saudi leaders have so far remained silent on the Times' disclosure of their involvement.

New York Times

Published: February 27, 2006

German Intelligence Gave U.S. Iraqi Defense Plan, Report Says <.....Click title for FULL article


NYT is against America, it is the above ground, underground newspaper.

One day we will see it as a free paper handout at movie theatres and the writers in the paper will be holding up signs on street corners asking for money for beer. ( well I can imagine anyway)

I really hate this crap that they do!!

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February 02, 2006

Cartoonist Tom Toles is DESPICABLE


Tom Toles editorial cartoon published in The Washington Post on Monday has drawn a very rare and very strong protest letter to the editors from all six members of The Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The letter, not yet published by the Post, charges that the six military leaders "believe you and Mr. Toles have done a disservice to your readers and your paper's reputation by using such a callous depiction of those who have volunteered to defend this nation, and as a result, have suffered traumatic and life-altering wounds. ... As the Joint Chiefs, it is rare that we all put our hand to one letter, but we cannot let this reprehensible cartoon go unanswered."

The spokeswoman said a letter from all six joint chiefs to anyone, let alone a newspaper, is rare, but the cartoon so offended them, they wanted to let their feelings be known. "It was expressing their disappointment with the paper and outrage at using that image to make a political point," said Lt. Col. Diane Battaglia. "That is a rare occurrence, but the level of inappropriateness prompted a response of unanimous support."

Battaglia said Post editors told her office that the letter would be published in Thursday's paper. Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt declined to comment on the letter. "My policy is I can't talk about letters until we publish them," , "If and when a letter runs, I'd be happy to talk about it."

The letter, signed by Gen. Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Admiral Edmund P. Giambastini, Jr., the vice-chairman, and the four other military branch leaders -- and addressed to the Post's managing editor, Philip Bennett -- reveals that they were "extremely disappointed" in the Toles cartoon. "Using the likeness of a service member who has lost his arms and legs in war as the central theme of a cartoon is beyond tasteless," they wrote.

They observed that the paper is "obviously free to address any topic," even use exaggeration. But they added: "While you or some of your readers may not agree with the war or its conduct, we believe you owe the men and women and their families who so selflessly serve our country the decency to not make light of their tremendous physical sacrifices."

Here is the pdf file of the letter from the Joint Chiefs of Staff

In case you cannot open a pdf file here is the letter.

Mr. Philip Bennett
Managing Editor, The Washington Post
1150 15th Street NW
Washington, DC 20071

To The Editor of the Washington Post:

We were extremely disappointed to see the editorial cartoon by Tom Toles on page B6 in the January 29 edition. Using the likeness of a service member who has lost his arms and legs in war as the central theme of a cartoon is beyond tasteless. Editorial cartoons are often designed to exaggerate issues - and your paper is obviously free to address any topic, including the state of readiness of today's Armed Forces. However, we believe you and Mr.Toles have done a disservice to your readers and your paper's reputation by using such a callous depiction of those who have volunteered to defend this nation, and as a result, have suffered traumatic and lifealtering wounds.

Those who visit with wounded veterans in local hospitals have found lives profoundly changed by pain and loss. They have also found brave men and women with a sense of purpose and selfless commitment that causes truly battle-hardened warriors to pause. Where do we get such men and women? From the cities, and farmlands of this great Nation - they serve to be a part of something bigger than themselves. While you or some of your readers may not agree with the war or its conduct, we believe you owe the men and women and their families who so selflessly serve our country the decency to not make light of their tremendous physical sacrifices.

As the Joint Chiefs, it is rare that we all put our hand to one letter, but we cannot let this reprehensible cartoon go unanswered.



General, US Marine Corps
Of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Admiral, U.S. Navy
Vice Chairman
Of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General, US Marine Corps
Commandant of the Marine Corps

General, US Army
Chief of Staff

Admiral, US Navy
Chief of Naval Operations

General, US Air Force
Chief of Staff

Wild Thing's comment.......Tom Toles is a gutter-rat heartless bastard! This needs wide dissemination. Congratulations to the Joint Chiefs! This is an insult to our military in the name of free speech!! The troops fought for and with them, and now they're fighting for them. And theirs. There are no words to express this type of thanks to the Joint Cheifs!

If you want to you can e-mail the Washington Post Editorial Board at:

I hope the General's letter was distributed to every bed at Walter Reed and all other hospitals that are caring for our heros.
For a morale boost and to let them know their commanders have some major league cojones!!
God bless the USMC for promoting General Pace!!


* Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler
* BIG DOG's blog
* Blackfive

And to one of our family of posters here at Theodore's World blog..........BobF
Thank you Bob for the heads up about the cartoon.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:18 AM | Comments (2)

December 24, 2005

Helen Thomas - Maniac at Large

Wild Thing comment..........Well, well, well we all know who ole Helen Thomas is and a-hem how she just doesn't like President Bush. He is not her type. I just don't think she likes cowboy's. But we know she likes the terrorists since she wants so badly for us to leave them alone. Why she even thinks we should have left Saddam alone. Now go figure!!! I guess she has a thang' for mass graves and rapists and murderers.

Here Ladies and Gentlemen we have a little article that Helen has written all about her 'feelings'. I would say columnist but then that would be using the term loosely. Ann Coulter is a columnist not the creature from the dark lagoon Helen Thomas. And psst is not "who" it is whom, Helen, for whom. You call yourself a writer? yikes!

Just follow the link to the liars article to read what she had to say. Now Helen dear, NOT, you are very aware of the schools that have opened, the electricity that now exists, the water that is now running, the 30,000 businesses that now have opened and so much more since our Troops went into Iraq and got rid of Saddam in power and his two totally mad sons. Not to mention the elections, where they just voted for their own government......... tisk tisk, naughty you Helen.

If War Was Right, For Who?...Boston Channel

Poor Helen, poor bitter, lonely, hateful Helen. She's one person who really needs her stocking stuffed. I bet it's been years. Maybe that's why she's so mean.

I have an idea....Put her in the cell with Saddam. Tell him he has 71 more just like her waiting for him.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:05 AM | Comments (6)

November 23, 2005

Chris Matthews Says Terrorists Aren't Evil

From the Edmonton Sun

TORONTO -- Years after 9-11 and the "crazy Zeitgeist" that permeated the United States, Americans have still not learned to know their enemies instead of just hating them, said American political journalist Chris Matthews yesterday.

In a speech to political science students at the University of Toronto, the host of the CNBC current affairs show Hardball had plenty of harsh words for U.S. President George W. Bush, as well as the political climate that has characterized his country for the last few years.

"The period between 9-11 and (invading) Iraq was not a good time for America. There wasn't a robust discussion of what we were doing," Matthews said."If we stop trying to figure out the other side, we've given up. The person on the other side is not evil. They just have a different perspective.

"The smartest people understand the enemy's point of view, because they understand what's driving them."

Wild Thing's comment.....Now wait just a sliced Turkey minute here! The terrorists are not evil they just have different perspective? Hey Chris once again you have established you are brain dead. Won't you be surprised when you learn they want you dead just like the rest of us.

Article also discussed at:
* Blackfive
* Michelle Malkin

He said Bush squandered an opportunity to unite the world against terrorism and instead made decisions that built up worldwide animosity for his administration.

"We had a strong international unity coming out of 9-11. The world was never so united against terrorism and we lost that," Matthews said. "That is the great tragedy of the Bush era."

When asked what caused the U.S. to invade Iraq, he said it was a combination of factors.

"I think the father-son relationship with the Bushes is part of it. I think the oil thing is part of it," Matthews said of the current president and his father, George Bush Sr., who was president during the Gulf War more than a decade ago.

"Our friendship with Israel (is part of it) and 9-11 created a kind of crazy Zeitgeist in the country. Bush wanted to do something big. It couldn't just be tracking down al-Qaida. He wanted a big bang. I think it's a mixture of these things."

Matthews said the current president is guilty of not knowing enough about the world and not keeping up with current events, as was evident in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina and the slow reaction to the crisis in New Orleans.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:00 PM

November 22, 2005

Hey! CNN You Can't Handle The Truth!

CNN Smears X Across VP Cheney During Live Speech

At 11:04:45 AM ET Monday CNN was airing Vice President Dick Cheney's speech live from the American Enterprise Institute in Washington -- when a large black 'X' repeatedly flashed over the Vice President's face!

The 'X' over Cheney's face appeared each time less than a second, creating an odd subliminal effect. While one 'X' flashed over Cheney's face CNN ran a headline at the bottom of its screen: "CHENEY: I DO NOT BELIEVE IT IS WRONG TO CRITICIZE."

One top White House source expressed concern about what was aired over CNN.

"Is someone in Atlanta trying to tell us something?"

A CNN spokesman did not return repeated calls late Monday night.

Over at The Political Teen he has the video of this.
Also linked with :
* Michelle Malkin * Blogs For Bush * WIZBANG

Wild Thing's comment....
Well the old communist news network is hard at work. It gets more blantant all the time. I have decided to rename the Democratic party. Since they favor the Terrorists, give aid to the terrorists ( Code Pink and their check to the insurgents), carry posters that say " We will support the troops when they shoot their officers, and stand outside Walter Reid Hospital ranting and holding up vile signs and the list is a mile long what they have done...............From now on I will call them TerrorCrats!

Contact info for CNN:
One CNN Center, Box 105366, Atlanta, GA 30303
Phone: 404-827-1500, Fax: 404-827-1784
CNN Washington Bureau: 820 First St. N.E., Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202-898-7900, Fax: 202-515-2266

UPDATE:The comment by a man named John above as you can see suggested to look at the update on Michelle Milkens blog. Apparently it was allegedly ony a glitch that occured. So I will go with that.
The comment made to my post has an email that states TV director here is the link to Michelle with an kind of sort of explanation........................Michelle's update

As I just stated I will go with the allegedly it was a glitch. What will confirm this more with me if it is happens sometime with a TerrorCrat instead of a Republican and a Vice President at that.

Wild Thing's note to CNN.............. how about referring to our President as President and NO longer MR. Bush. Afterall this is the most powerful country in the entire world and one should show respesct for the office even if you hate President Bush. That would help toward convincing me it was in truth a glitch. Over and out- Wild Thing

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:40 AM | Comments (1)

November 04, 2005

New York Times Doctoring GI's Quotes!

I must be a positive thinker, because I keep thinking the lies from the Media might one day stop. They might see the light and change their wicked, wicked ways. But it just is not going to happen in my lifetime or anyone else's!

The New York Times has taken the words of a U.S. soldier who was killed in Iraq to make it seem that he thought his mission was senseless. The truth is exactly the opposite.

Here are the words from US Marine Corporal Jeffrey B. Starr in a letter he had written to his girlfriend.................

"Obviously if you are reading this then I have died in Iraq. I kind of predicted this, that is why I'm writing this in November. A third time just seemed like I'm pushing my chances. I don't regret going, everybody dies but few get to do it for something as important as freedom. It may seem confusing why we are in Iraq, it's not to me. I'm here helping these people, so that they can live the way we live. Not have to worry about tyrants or vicious dictators. To do what they want with their lives. To me that is why I died. Others have died for my freedom, now this is my mark."

And this is the version that the NYT's had.....................

Sifting through Corporal Starr's laptop computer after his death, his father found a letter to be delivered to the marine's girlfriend. "I kind of predicted this," Corporal Starr wrote of his own death. "A third time just seemed like I'm pushing my chances."

The letter was sent to Michelle Malkin. And at Mudville Gazette, Grayhawk also takes a look back on a few examples of the New York Times attacks on American GIs in the past. Kelli Pundit talks about it too.

Posted by Wild Thing at 01:17 PM | Comments (6)

October 21, 2005

The Interview with Stephen Dupont (embedded journalist)

Jason has transcribed the interview with the embedded journalist, Steven Dupont.

"Stephen says that he does believe that the Airborne unit was burning the corpses of the two Taliban soldiers for hygenic purposes. We can get into rotting corpses later, but for our purposes here, lets keep it simple. The Airborne troops were ordered by their officers in the field to burn the corpses because they had been in the elements for 24 hours and were beginning to smell. Stephen recognizes that this was the intent of the Airborne troops, and it WAS NOT the intent of the Airborne troops to desecrate the bodies. As we’ll see a little later, the corpses were NOT placed deliberately facing West (toward Mecca) and that the corpses were merely burned for hygenic purposes.

We also see that the PsyOps group, in the opinion of Stephen Dupont, who was also on the scene for the later psychological operation, did INTEND to use statements designed to imply that the burning of the bodies was to desecreate them, to humiliate the Taliban soldiers taking refuge in the village. The PsyOps troops are not playing patty-cake here and Dupont realized this. Dupont admits that the PsyOps groups understood that their role was to inflict MENTAL STRESS on the holed up Taliban fighters with the INTENT to provoke them into coming out and fighting the Airborne troops guarding the perimeter. Dupont recognizes that PsyOps is a weapon of war."

For the complete Update please visit Jason......"So what's really going on. . . (The Interview with Stephen Dupont)"

Wild Thing comment....
This is not the end I am sure, but IMO it never should have been a "situation" to deal with. Our troops are busting their butts in Afghanistan, Iraq and all over the world. They deserve better then to have to answer for every breath they take, every shot that is fired and every bomb that goes off. We are winning this war, I believe that. Sure it is not going to be over in a few years, and we will loose precious lives. But if we keep letting the media, the lefties run this war from their desks, and from the street corners around the world......the terrorists will win. Those that make something out of nothing, they are aiding the on it! Funny thing though.....the Terrorists want those aiding them just as dead as they want you and I that support our troops. That should tell us all how stupid the lefties are.
Thanks again Jason for the work you are doing on this.

Posted by Wild Thing at 10:07 AM

October 20, 2005

Get The Agenda Seekers OUT of This War NOW!

The headlines scream out.....
U.S. Troops Burned Taliban Bodies

"Under the Geneva Conventions, soldiers must ensure that the "dead are honorably interred, if possible according to the rites of the religion to which they belonged."

Furthermore, the rules state that bodies should not be cremated, "except for imperative reasons of hygiene or for motives based on the religion of the deceased."

If you read the article you will see where it says...."The soldiers who burned the bodies said they did so for hygiene reasons." The Taliban soldiers had been dead for over 24 hours and were begining to become a concern.

And who the heck is Stephen Dupont?

His portfolio or shall we say what it REALLY is.....his AGENDA.... shows us: Children of the Wall in Palestine - boxers in Cuba - Inside Jihad - The Lions Last Roar in Afghanistan.

Please read what Jason Coleman and Dan Riehl have to say. Jason and Dan did an awesome job of research on this.

Wild Thing comment....
I remember when our soldiers were burned in a destroyed vehicle. Then dragged through the streets, dismembered, disemboweled and strung up on a bridge as trophes.And you can read this too from 2004, where they frenzied crowds dragged the burned, mutilated bodies of four American contractors through the streets of a town west of Baghdad on Wednesday and strung two of them up from a bridge after rebels ambushed their SUVs.
Well??? How soon people forget these horrors! And there was NO media outrage at this, but you can bet there will be about our soldiers buring dead bodies of Taliban. Sheesh!

And how many innocent people were burned to death on Sept.11,2001 because of Osama and the Taliban.

As for me I have had it with these agenda seekers and their attempts at attacking our troops. Have we lost our minds to political correctness? We're fighting a war. Why would we care what Islamic scum think about desecration of DEAD Taliban, when they behead LIVE people? I guess the video of Muslims sawing the head off a live American civilian wasn't worse? I have had about e-freakin'-nuff! Get the reporters off the front line. We don't have to see every single thing that occurs in theatre. Enough. The enemy can burn and behead and dangle and dismember and there's no outcry. Keep the press away and let our troops fight this war like they know how! It is a fact that the Taliban, when they ran Afghanistan, massacred Afghans and skinned their victims .... alive.

I for one, am very sick and tired of hearing 'we are better, we don't do that, we are above that'.

So, go ahead and try to impress the world that WE are 'above that' and see where we end up. I can tell you where we end up. A woman's panties placed on the head of a killer is more horrible than a beheading and is grounds for years in prison!!!!!! How insane is that? Our military are ham-strung, no beheading allowed. We are being sooooo 'above' the killers that we will all be dead when they say we are so above the terrorists.

Posted by Wild Thing at 07:03 PM | Comments (4)

October 13, 2005

Video Teleconference: Service Members Speak with President Bush

How many times have we read, seen on TV news and heard on the radio the propaganda of the left Media machine! It never ends, the slant to destroy the truth, to cover up the good things our military does, the negative side of war and never the many good things our troops are doing. Well I am sick of it and furious!

Today the Commander-in-Chief, President Bush, spoke with service members located in Tikrit.

Tikrit, Iraq, via video teleconference from the White House complex in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2005

Here is the anti-war, Military haters, leftie Media news reported....
Bush Teleconference With Soldiers Staged

Here is one of the idiots statements with his propaganda and slant of course!......

Paul Rieckhoff, director of the New York-based Operation Truth, an advocacy group for U.S. veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, denounced the event as a "carefully scripted publicity stunt."

And here is what really happened!

Statement from Pentagon Spokesman Lawrence Di Rita

U. S. forces are proud of their service in Iraq. The service members who spoke with the President from Tikrit today are proud of the opportunity to discuss their service with the Commander-in-Chief.

The event was technologically challenging and required organization and preparation. The soldiers were advised as to the issues they should expect to discuss, and decided among themselves who would speak to each issue as it may arise.

The service members were excited about the opportunity to speak with the President. No one intended to tell them what to think or how to express themselves; going through likely questions in advance was meant solely to help the troops feel at ease during an obviously unique experience.

All of us at the Department of Defense are proud of the chance to serve the troops who serve the country, and we appreciate any opportunity to help them tell their story. On behalf of these fine young men and women, we certainly regret any perception that they were told what to say. It is not the case.

News from U.S.Department of Defense found HERE

Posted by Wild Thing at 11:15 PM | Comments (5)

October 02, 2005

Wait Till the Facts Come In

I have lost count how many times I get furious with the reporting on TV and in the newspapers as the media does their typical negative reporting on the War in Iraq, Afghanistan and so many things. Selective reporting that I am so sick of and angry with, and the negative bent used to push their own agenda of the left.

If you feel as I do, then please go to Major K’s blog and read what he has written about this. He also has a great quote by General Sherman. MajorK is in the US Army and deployed to Iraq.

The First Report Is Always Wrong

Posted by Wild Thing at 09:51 AM