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Obama mega-donor calls women ‘boobs,’ ‘bimbos,’ ‘tw*t,’ ‘c*nt’…

Obama million dollar donor, Bill Maher, is full of vile language and is a true hater.  I wonder if obama will be asked about this at his “news conference” today?

This is just the example of one ahole liberal who routinely insults women – conservative women.  And remember when the shooting in Tucson was somehow the fault of talk radio and Palin according to the corrupt liberal media?  Laura Ingraham was called by Ed Schultz on MSNBC a “talk show slut” and she kind of brushed it off and accepted his apology.

The difference between liberal and conservative on these kinds of issues is we are reviled daily but we don’t get up a posse to take people out, take away their livelihood and play the boo hoo victim about it.  That is because we believe that the remedy to talk we don’t like is more talk, not less.  This is the American way.  The way of black-lists and McCarthyism is the communist way

If Bill Maher or any other left wing bastard wants to lower himself and debase himself to vile insults, so be it.  I’m not for having him taken off the air.  Let him spew his hatred.

The remedy for offensive speech is more speech not less.

(Bill) Maher has called Palin a “dumb twat” and dropped the C-word in describing the former Alaska governor. He called Palin and Congresswoman Bachmann “boobs” and “two bimbos.” He said of the former vice-presidential candidate, “She is not a mean girl. She is a crazy girl with mean ideas.” He recently made a joke about Rick Santorum’s wife using a vibrator. Imagine now the same joke during the 2008 primary with Michelle Obama’s name in it, and tell me that he would still have a job. Maher said of a woman who was harassed while breast-feeding at an Applebee’s, “Don’t show me your tits!” as though a woman feeding her child is trying to flash Maher. (Here’s a way to solve his problem: don’t stare at a strangers’ breasts). Then, his coup de grâce: “And by the way, there is a place where breasts and food do go together. It’s called Hooters!”

Former White House deputy press secretary Bill Burton, the man who runs Obama’s super PAC, did not reply when asked if he will be returning Maher’s $1 million donation.


Posted:  03.06.12 @ 8:25 a.m.


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New CNN poll: 65% disapprove of president’s handling of economy

…..only 34% approve of how the president is handling economic issues, with 65% saying they disapprove of how he’s handling the economy. Thirty-three percent give him a thumbs up on the budget deficit and 37% approve of how he’s dealing with unemployment.


Hmmm, wonder who the 34% is?  His staff, Harry Reid, and Ed Schultz?  Oh, and Warren Buffett who wants to pay more taxes but now it comes out that his company OWES back taxes he has not paid.  http://www.businessinsider.com/obama-supporter-warren-buffetts-co-hasnt-paid-some-taxes-since-2002-2011-8

And it gets worse, only 28% approve of the direction of the country:

According to the poll, released Wednesday morning, 28% of people questioned say things are going well in the country.

Posted:  09.01.11 @ 9:58 a.m.

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Debbie and Eddie Schultz

The new head of the DNC, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, (dim bulb democrat from Florida), recently said the GOP just hates women and then proceeded to quote or mis-quote the 9th commandment, “thou shalt not lie about a democrat.”  Now this is really funny.  I don’t know but I think I would be a little bit leery about invoking the holy scriptures while lying through my teeth.

The GOP has how many women in the running for president?  It just doesn’t quite fit in their false scenario, does it?  But, again, whatever the progs are blaming on others, they are guilty of themselves.  They hate Sarah Palin with red hot hatred, and also Michele Bachmann.  Wasserman-Schultz would give her right arm to be half way as important a figure as either one of those ladies .

I’ll bet Wasserman-Schultz is married to the infamous Ed Schultz.  If not, they should get together.  She accuses republicans of hating women and he calls republican women sluts.  These two are prime examples of the American left wing.

Story from the Daily Caller:

Before her latest political flub in which she called Republicans “anti-women” with an agenda equivalent to “a war on women,” new Democratic Party chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz managed to politicize one of the Ten Commandments.

In a May 4 DNC chair speech, Wasserman Schultz took the Bible’s Ninth Commandment, “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor,” onto the political battlefield, asking her fellow Democrats to pledge they would “let no man or woman bear false witness against a Democrat.”




Posted:  05.31.11 @ 6:22 p.m.


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Sit together? Never!

In symbol of unity Sen. Mark Udall (D) is calling on members of Congress to all sit together for the State of the Union Address, set for January 25th.

Sit together?  SIT TOGETHER?

I am going to post a video of Ed Schultz, MSNBC, with the usual “vitriol” in his voice blasting and slamming republican congressmen for statements they made on gun control laws.  In another video, he is interviewing the HERO, Joe Zamudio, who took down the shooter in what in my opinion is a condescending manner.  In another video he is interviewing Dennis Kucinich. trying to demean and criticize republicans in general and in specific, House Speaker Boehner.  Mr. Kucinich, a democrat, even challenged him on it.

MSNBC is biased beyond belief, I don’t see that it has changed in tone or vitriol  since the shooting.

But SIT TOGETHER?  Should they hold hands, too?  Sing little songs and play pat-a-cake together?

We’re talking about running a government here, not trying to create a situation where it is not obvious just how FEW democrats there are in the House after the shallacking in November.  It is so easy to see what their motivation is.

So, I hear there are some republicans who are going along with this ridiculous suggestion.  I’m going to try to find out who they are and make a list.

Well, here’s two: .Kevin McCarthy, Republican, California, and Lisa Murkowski, Republican, Alaska (no surprise there).  Aaaaw, and McCarthy wants to sit next to Steny Hoyer.  1,2,3 sing:  Like a bridge over troubled waters…..

More:  Susan Collins, R, and Olympia Snowe, R.  (What a surprise that is! sarc)

And: Kelly Ayotte, R and I believe she was endorsed by Sarah Palin.

These are all senators.  There are none so far in the House to sign on.

Another one: John McCain, Republican, Arizona. (no surprise there either).

Have they gone mad?  NOW the democrats and the president want us all to be civil and everybody to “get along.”   They have not in any way set up an atmosphere to get along.

One thing is for sure, if you want everybody to be happy and nice and get along, you can start the conversation by saying you republicans, you tea party people, all you out there who disagree with us, you all had something to do with this murder in Tucson.  That’ll promote civility and dialogue every single time. It would be funny if it were not so serious.

This is Ed Schultz on Thursday, January 13th, demeaning Mr. Zamudio, a Hero who helped hold the shooter and likely prevented more deaths:

This is the full interview below. This interview was on January 10th.  So you can see what they did was cut the desired pieces to do the above video where Schultz dumped on the hero to make his point, knowing full well what he was doing.   Go to about 5:20 to hear the end of the interview – the part that was CUT OFF because Mr. Zamudio gave his opinion on gun control and it did not fit Mr. Schultz’ narrative and agenda.  This is a really good illustration of media malpractice and why they have no credibility whatsoever.

Here he is again “setting a good tone” blasting Palin and republicans.  Even Dennis Kucinich (D) about 5:23 takes Schultz to task for his comments.

All this MSNBC stuff is long and hard to listen to, but it shows exactly what they do.  It’s worth a listen for anyone who wants proof of the media bias and glaring hypocrisy.

Posted:  01.15.11


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A pall over America

Remember Joe the Plumber and a time when redistribution of wealth was a foreign and shocking concept for the U.S.A.?  What an uproar it caused?  Well, not any more.   The passing of the health care bill has emboldened the undercover socialists and they no longer are trying to hide their agenda.  I never thought I would see this.  Never.  And I have to say it chills me to the bone.

And Max Baucus:

Sen. Max Baucus (D): “Too often, much of late, the last couple three years the mal-distribution of income in America is gone up way too much, the wealthy are getting way, way too wealthy, and the middle income class is left behind. Wages have not kept up with increased income of the highest income in America. This legislation will have the effect of addressing that mal-distribution of income in America.”

I wonder if he would be the first to give up his wealth.


Here’e Ed Schultz, MSNBC, advocating the fairness doctrine in the most radical of terms.  Notice how he easily affirms how, if he could, he would cut off access of the airways to those he disagrees with.


America is not the same country it was a little over a year ago.  And they wonder what we mean when we say we are going to take our country back?  I never thought I would feel so disenfranchised and alienated. Redistribution of wealth, cutting off freedom of speech, ridiculing anyone who objects to the agenda and policies, take over and condemnation of private industries, intimidation from the highest level of government, and on top of this, we have the government, i.e. the president humiliating Israel…..chilling.  http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/03/obama-refuses-to-dine-with-jewish-leader/

Posted:  03.26.10

“When you see all these things coming to pass, look up for your redemption draweth nigh.”


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Ed Schultz: “I’d cheat to keep these bastards out”

A few words from the far left news media referencing the Massachusetts election:

ED SCHULTZ, HOST: I tell you what, if I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times. I don’t know if they’d let me or not, but I’d try to. Yeah, that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. ‘Cause that’s exactly what they are.

Well, thank you, Mr. Schultz.  Thank you very much.

CHRIS MATTHEWS, HOST: You know in the old days, maybe I shouldn`t be harkening back to the old days, if the Democrats faced this kind of a disaster in the works, you`d go back to your ones, the people you were sure are going to vote Democrat, and you`d make sure they got to the polling place, you`d get them lunch, you`d get them a car.

TODD: Right.

MATTHEWS: You`d make sure they got there and in some cases you`d be buying people to get them, not officially buying them, but getting them there as block secretaries, as block captains, you`d be getting them there with street money, legitimate but it`s a little bit old school.

Shows you just how unbiased and fair these guys are, doesn’t it?  Do you think they are worried?  One of these days, history will look back with embarrassment and use instances such as this to show students how not to be professional.

Posted:  01.17.10


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Fox takes top 6 in August ratings while MSNBC is calling Americans dumber than Joe the Plumber, old, angry, uneducated, and misinformed (Video)

NITE OF AUG 10, 2009

1,  FOXNEWS O'REILLY 3,814,000
2,  FOXNEWS HANNITY 3,118,000
3.  FOXNEWS BECK 2,417,000
4.  FOXNEWS GRETA 2,388,000
5.  FOXNEWS BAIER 1,988,000
6.  FOXNEWS SHEP SMITH 1,833,000
7.  MSNBC OLBERMANN 1,243,000
8.  MSNBC MADDOW 1,082,000
9.  CNNHN GRACE 875,000
11. MSNBC HARDBALL 710,000

(From Drudge)

But then, it doesn’t matter much what they say.  Nobody is watching.

He did get the angry part right.  I wonder if the poor, dumb folks will be able to find their way to the voting booth in 2010.  Yeah, I’d put money on it.

Posted:  08.12.09

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