Politics is not a playground, it’s a battlefield. Here are a few links from conservative bloggers who are waging a war of words against the misanthropy, priggishness, prejudice, luddism, illiberalism and irrationalism of the mainstream media bobble-head dolls and groupthink poodles of the press corps.
JFK's 1962 tax policy is much closer to what Romney wants than what Obama wants, fifty years later.
The outcome of this debate is that Biden just gave Benghazi-gate more legs.
…as soon as we read Mr. Al-Mulhim’s article, we understood that this honest and courageous man has painted a huge “Kill Me” sign on his back.
And with each battle, freedom has been lost as a new layer of privilege and the regulations that protect that privilege have been added. We have long ago lost the presumption of innocence, now everyone is guilty of something and the power to wield that guilt like a whip is the ultimate privilege.
[T]his story isn’t going away. And part of the story consists of what many believe is a coverup. Biden’s statements during the debate can be viewed as a continuation of the coverup. As such, they take on special importance.
Obama sends billions to Pakistan, but refused to give Benghazi any Marines.
In fact, it was Biden himself who broke into the Kennedy wardrobe to try on some of Bobby Kennedy's lines in his infamous 1988 Democratic primary debate plagiarism incident, and Biden's problems with plagiarism didn't end there. Nor did Biden's problems with plagiarism begin there.
“Bill is working on a number of strategies about what Hillary ought to do. He’s even gone so far as to play with various doomsday scenarios including up to the idea that Hillary would consider resigning over the issue if the Obama team tries to use her as a scapegoat.”
“Look, I’m generally dumber than most of the rest of the government. I mean, that’s what I’m paid to be.”
I mean, come on. Do I need to start getting a speech together? “I’d like to thank Antonio Gramsci and the Frankfurt School…”
$2.5 billion miracle-of-technology distracted by small, shiny object.
I killed Osama bin Laden, let me do stuff.
It strains even the most robust sense of credulity to expect voters to believe that Obama personally approves kill orders on suspected terrorists and closely supervised the Bin Laden kill, but mysteriously hasn't a clue what's going in Libya.
You can tell Obama is losing, because he’s even more smirky and shouty than normal, hurling insults and tossing out committee-generated one-liners.
That the vice president of the United States could put together a performance that was just one step short of Nikita Khrushchev pounding his shoe on a desk at the United Nations should be deeply disturbing to average Americans.
Freedom. It was fun while it lasted.