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.
We know how you vote and we know where you live.
You would think that politicians would know by now that they ought to pay hookers.
This is a man who spends his days micromanaging the amount of soda New Yorkers are allowed to have in their beverage containers rather than, say, the amount of ocean New Yorkers are allowed to have in their subway system…
“Did you see what President Obama said today? He asked his supporters to vote for revenge–for revenge. Instead, I ask the American people to vote for love of country.”
It’s time to close one of the ugliest chapters of American history. It’s time to vote Barack Obama out of the White House and restore some dignity and decency to the Oval Office.
The idea of a cowardly POTUS, whose ‘gutsy calls’ come only after excessive amounts of Hamlet-esque hand-wringing is staggering. If you don’t grasp the basic notion of “never-leave-a-buddy”, then you are not fit for the role of Commander-in-Chief at all.
Pay attention, Joe! Repeat after me: P-O-T-A-T-O.
I'm nervously optimistic, but can't pretend to be objective.
“After we win this election, it’s our turn. Payback time. Everyone not with us is against us and they better be ready because we don’t forget. The ones who helped us will be rewarded; the ones who opposed us will get what they deserve. There is going to be hell to pay. Congress won’t be a problem for us this time. No election to worry about after this is over and we have two judges ready to go.”
Seems even the Obama regime's relentless and deeply-damaging efforts to divide this country by race/sex/income for political gain aren't enough to fool all-of-the-people all of the time…
With such a clusterf*ck in Benghazi before during and after it is simply amazing that no one has resigned their post. One would think that someone would do the honorable thing or one would go forcibly.
We have no grand schemes or manifestos, no glorious visions of caliphates and socialist republics, our vision is of our homes and our stores, our families and our friends, the communities that we have built and the small things that we have done every day of our lives for the sake of all these things. These small things, the little uncounted freedoms and the self-chosen responsibilities are our manifestos, they are our battle cries and they are what we fight for. They are our world and we hold them now in the light of day against the destroyers who would bring against us the fall of night.
What the fuck have you been doing to not see through the chimera of Hope and Change and that entirely media-constructed joke of a president?
"My advice to the people of Staten Island is do not donate to the American Red Cross. Let them get their money elsewhere.”
“If you’re thinking about voting for Mitt Romney, I would like to make this one plea: black people know who you are and they will come after you.”
This sounds more like something you’d hear from a candidate running against a long term third world dictator.
Or maybe it would be Justices Holder, Clinton, and Clinton. But then they’d have to live in the same city together.
In a Hardball segment about the connection between global warming and Hurricane Sandy, Congressman Ed Markey (D-Mass.) for some reason took the conversation in a decidedly disgusting direction.
Not only are liberal states in decline and in peril of collapse, liberalism itself is decrepit and tottering.
…with scenes of devastation proliferating on voters’ TV screens around the nation and evidence mounting of an insufficient response, Obama obviously felt he had to be seen at FEMA for a second time this week before heading back out to campaign. After the visit to FEMA, Obama departed for Ohio.
We have the crews. You have the unions. Enjoy the dark.