According to Scott Whitlock of NewsBusters, [emphasis added to quotes]
Chris Matthews appears to have a Mad Libs-style list of the worst insults he hurls at conservative. On Wednesday, he chose “verbal terror” to smear everyone on the right who disagrees with all of the “great things” Barack Obama wants to do. The Hardball anchor opened his show by hyperbolically warning, “Political armageddon!” According to Matthews, the fight between the President and conservatives is not a conflict of ideas. h/t Gordo
No, it’s much more than a conflict of ideas, alleges Matthews. Watch the video of him, salivating like a mad dog, at NewsBusters. Continue reading →
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Tagged ACA, Axelrod, Chris Matthews, Chris Tingle, DC Court of Appeals, Death Panels, EPA, FDR, FHFA, Harry Reid, Hugo Chavez, IPAB, Mad Libs, Medicare, NLP, nuclear option, Obamacare, Richard Cordray, Saul Alinsky, Scott Whitlock, Tom Harkin
Posted by Miri December 8, 2011
Now that we’re entering, in earnest, another presidential campaign, it behooves us to reprise a most excellent post by friend, fellow blogger, and “founding father” of our blog, itooktheredpill (and we all hope to soon escape the Obama Matrix).
His post, first published on August 27, 2008, is comprehensive in scope and will astound you with the sheer number of TRUTHS that defy challenge. Are you up to the challenge? Continue reading →
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Tagged 9/11 Truthers, Alexander Litvinenko, Bernardine Dohrn, Bill Ayers, communism, Flight 93 Memorial, Haymarket Affair, Hugo Chavez, Joseph Biden, King Abdullah, Malcolm X, Manufactured Crisis, Marxism, May Day, Mumia Abu-Jamal, redistribution, Sandy Berger, Socialism, the Rosenbergs, TUCC, Vladimir Putin, Weather Underground, Yuri Bezmenov, Zayd ibn Harithah
© Bridgette WTPOTUS 2011
Intention or Bluff?
How and When Will Obama Respond…
Shall We Count the Days?
Iranian Navy Destroyer "Jamaran" Ebrahim Nourozi/AFP/Getty Images
Reports today from Russia state that Iran’s navy is planning to send a “flotilla” to patrol our eastern coast shortly. [Anyone know how many ships comprise a flotilla?] Are their navy destroyers arranging a sight-seeing tour or do they want to size-up our naval carriers that protect our nation? Do they want to contact our naval submarines that also travel our shore lines? What is their intent? Should we be concerned? According to a CNN report, the White House is not concerned and the Department of Defense says, ‘It’s no big deal.” As we have learned over the last three years, whatever this administration says, expect the opposite.
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Tagged Act of war, Al Queda, Capt. John Kirby, General Ahmad Vahidi, Habibollah Sayyar, Hugo Chavez, Iranian navy, Iranian President, Iranian provocation, Iranian ships to US, Jihad, Pentagon, President Ahmadinejad, Russian submarines, UN
Posted by Bridgette
Important Cable Releases by Wikileaks
Days 1 – 6
The Drip, Drip, Drip of Wikileaks
This is a composite of the most important information that was released by Wikileaks to various news outlets. This references Days 1 – 6 by the UK’s Guardian. Of the reported 250,000 downloaded cables, only a fraction have been released. These serve as insight into our government’s relationships with other countries. They also may permanently damage our image throughout the world, highlight our inability to maintain our secret documents, and otherwise inhibit a trusting relationship with many countries. This doesn’t cover the danger that those who divulged their opinions ” in secret” may now face in the countries they represent.
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