Saturday, October 24, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Here he goes again! Hey, Mr. President: your "Rules for Radicals" attack on Fox ain't wokin'!
Focus on national security, focus on the economy and frankly, do your job instead of acting like a 5 year old!
A Peoria, AZ man ran over his daughter and her friend because he was angry that she had become too "westernized".
Remember, Islam is a peaceful religion.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Iran's tentative deal with the West to upgrade its uranium outside the country is in the news spotlight. RT talks on latest developments with journalist and novelist Afshin Rattansi.
I have been saying for a year that Israel will go alone vs. Iran if the US chooses not to help. The Irani nuclear crises extends beyond political posturing in Washington; Israel is our greatest ally in the War on Terror and we must support and defend her.
As a radicalized White House goes after imagined "foes" from FOX News to the US Chamber of Commerce, Senator [R-TN] implores increasingly-reckless president not to go down the same path which Alexander's former boss, Nixon, once foolish chose.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Well this pretty sums it all up! Remember, this is the woman who launched the Obama vs. Fox News war. Not to mention, any woman who compares Mao Tse Tung to Mother Teresa has serious mental problems.
I wish I could say I'm suprised. Anyone doubt that Barack Obama is a communist yet?
Monday, October 19, 2009
Barack Obama and friends are establishing a very dangerous path in Afghanistan. I hope there does not come a time to tell America "I told you so."
Unreal that they are still blaming Bush as the cause of their delay in making a decision?
Helen Thomas to Barack Obama White House: Stay Out Of Fox News Fight: "You Can't Kill The Messenger" (Video)
White House correspondent legend Helen Thomas punks the foolish Team Obama strategy to declare all-out war against FOX News.
Wow! Ms. Thomas still has a shred of journalistic integrity left in her old, liberal bones.
The Hill reports:
Veteran White House reporter Helen Thomas on Monday advised the Obama administration to stand down and avoid further fighting with Fox News and its correspondents.
In an interview with MSNBC, the columnist -- who is promoting her new book on presidents and their campaigns -- also stressed the White House ought to "stay out of these fights."
"They can only take you down. You can't kill the messenger," said Thomas, who has covered every president from John F. Kennedy to Barack Obama.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
The Media Left and Hollywood Left make me vomit. Joy Behar is one of the most vile human beings to grace television in quite some time.
As for Bonaduce, was he ever relevant?
Shocking that CNN would side with Obama in the War On Fox, huh? It would be really nice if Team "O" would focus its efforts on the "War on Terror", Afghanistan, etc instead of continuing its assault on private industry.
White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel engages in a spirited disucssion with John King on "State of the Union" about health care reform, saying it's about "the four C's: control costs, expand coverage, give people choice, and competition in the system." He guarantees it will bring down the deficit. Regarding the economic crisis: "I think the American people have a right to be frustrated and angry," he tells King.
King asked Emanuel why a labor leader called one possible reform proposal "a slap in the face" from President Obama. "That's his position," he argues.
Emanuel also explained why health care talks are not "transparent," i.e. behind closed doors. King accused him of filibustering that question.
If anyone still doubts Barack Obama's integrity, motivation and intentions to reshape America in his own image, this attack on Fox News ought to wake you up.
Make no mistake: Obama is arrogant, radical, dangerous, and dishonest.
White House Senior Adviser David Axelrod responds to comments Anita Dunn made about Fox News.
"They're not really a news station," he tells George Stephanopoulos. "It's really not news, it's pushing a point of view."