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MSNBC gives us the more smarter Meghan McCain

MSNBC contributor Meghan McCain was asked Thursday to compare Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin during an appearance on the network.

“What does she have that Sarah Palin doesn’t, didn’t?” asked Richard Wolffe, a fellow contributor.

“I think she’s… this is going to get me in trouble, but I actually think she’s just more smarter,” explained McCain.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/12/01/meghan-mccain-bachmann-is-just-more-smarter-than-palin/#ixzz1fN8KZ3mI

Oh, thank you, God, that we have someone like Meghan McCain to explain these things to us.  

Resist we much.

Posted:  12.02.11 @ 5:36 a.m.

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Chris Wallace is a flake and a jackass

Michele Bachmann answered as follows when Chris Wallace asked her yesterday if she was a flake:

“Well, I think that would be insulting to say something like that because I’m a serious person,” Bachmann said. “[W]hat I would say is that I am 55 years old. I’ve been married 33 years. I’m not only a lawyer, I have a post-doctorate degree in federal tax law from William and Mary. I’ve worked in serious scholarship and in have worked in the Unites States federal tax court.

My husband and I have raised five kids and 23 foster children.

We’ve applied ourselves to education reform. We started a charter school for at-risk kids.

I’ve also been a state senator and a member of United States Congress for five years. I’ve been very active in our business.

As a job creator, I understand job creation. But also I’ve been leading actively the movement in Washington, D.C., with those who are affiliated with fiscal reform.

 And you, Chris Wallace, what are you?  A jackass.

I see he has made an apology, so good for him.  He came off as unprofessional, ungentlemanly, and childish.  Maybe too much silly soup.

When reporting this, MSNBC, cut her statement after “federal tax court.”

 Chris Wallace is married to Lorraine Smothers, the f0rmer wife of comedian Dick Smothers. She recently published a book entitled Mr. Sunday’s Soups with her soup recipes. 

Posted:  06.27.11 @ 6:51 a.m.


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More hate speech — from media star Eric Fuller

Isn’t this just the sweetest most civil language you have ever heard?  Ah, the loving left…..

James Eric Fuller, 63, who was shot in the knee, had told The Post on Friday, the day before his arrest, that top Republican figures should be tortured — and their ears severed.

“There would be torture and then an ear necklace, with [Minnesota US Rep.] Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin’s ears toward the end, because they’re small, female ears, and then Limbaugh, Hannity and the biggest ears of all, Cheney’s, in the center,” Fuller said.

The same Eric Fuller who said “You’re dead” at the ABC Conversation Continues filming the next morning where he was arrested.

This was reported on the O’Reilly Factor tonight.  First I had heard of it.  Did the MSM loop it continuously?  Not on your life.  I think they buried it because this guy was their champion for a day, much like Sheriff Dupnik.

The heated rhetoric of the mainstream media blaming the tea party and others could have incited this guy to some serious violence.   As usual and as always, all the hate and violence comes from the left.  When they point fingers at the right, it is neurotic projection.

This Arizona shooting shows just how serious their condition is. 

And just watch.  Just watch the left defend him.



Posted:  01.18.11  Updated:  01.19.11 @ 11:50 a.m.

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Conservative victory in 2010

This is from last night in Missouri

The energy, the enthusiasm, the momentum, if you will, is on the conservative side.

I don’t believe I have ever seen those in charge of everything, Senate, House, and presidency, be so extremely unhappy.  I saw a comment made by someone who is obviously jealous, from someone on the “winning” side, at least for now, that this was a “hate fest.”  [Quick.  Get out there and say something ugly.  That’s right.]

That is just laughable.

This represents the life blood of America.  And we have to win if we want to save our country.  The hate fest is coming from the other side with many lies and slurs, trying to quell this uprising of citizens, and when you see this crowd you can understand why.  This is positive.  This is powerful.  The forces trying to divide us will not prevail.  We are going to win – we will win because right is on our side and the truth will prevail .

Now, the other side of the story is illustrated here.

Harry Reid has to hide the arrival time for his “bus tour” for fear of protesters.  Now, this is his own state and his own constituents, mind you.   He told Greta Van Susteren that people were much nicer to him now that health care was passed, so I don’t know what he’s worried about.


One woman did say that because she qualified for health care (whatever that means) she would vote for him forever.  What’s funny is the big question is:  “Where do we sign up for the free health care?”

Nancy Pelosi said:  “I travel the country, and people are so thrilled about what it means for them, as they learn more about it.”


Favorability rating:

Pelosi – 11 %

Reid – 8 %


Posted:  04.08.10


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Obama using scare tactics again to push the health care bill

Mr. President, you’re just gonna have to stop trying to scare people.


President Obama told ABC News’ Charles Gibson in an interview that if Congress does not pass health care legislation that will bring down costs, the federal government “will go bankrupt.”

The president laid out a dire scenario of what will happen if his health care reform effort fails.

“If we don’t pass it, here’s the guarantee….your premiums will go up, your employers are going to load up more costs on you,” he said. “Potentially they’re going to drop your coverage, because they just can’t afford an increase of 25 percent, 30 percent in terms of the costs of providing health care to employees each and every year. “

The president said that the costs of Medicare and Medicaid are on an “unsustainable” trajectory and if there is no action taken to bring them down, “the federal government will go bankrupt.”

What?  What is wrong with this man?  You almost have to take anything he says and turn it around to the exact opposite to get the truth about anything.  And they are talking about adding people to medicare, taking out billions of dollars from medicare.  How does that make any sense?

I think it’s the other way around.  The country will go bankrupt if this bill is passed.

See Judd Gregg lay out the TRUTH about what will make this country go bankrupt:

See more at Gateway Pundit.

And remember, it will give almost absolute power to the Secretary of Health, Kathleen Sebelius.

Michele Bachmann said at the Code Red Rally that Sebelius’s name is mentioned some thousands of times in the bill, and I know this to be true because I saw it myself, although I did not count them.  She will have absolute power over the health care program.

I tried to search on Google and Yahoo to find that statement and I have been trying now for about 30 minutes and all that comes up is the posts made by Media Matters or other posts that cast the rally in a negative light.  Pretty much proof that the search machines are also biased and fixed.  I have yet to find a transcript of the speeches that Michele Bachmann and Laura Ingraham gave at the Code Red Rally.  I will continue looking.

When you google the Code Red Rally, what comes up is “Fox News and rightwing media promote Code Red Rally” and what Media Matters has to say about it.  So Google and the search machines are also corrupt and fixed.

Update:  Finally found something on the number of times HHS is mentioned in the bill, meaning the current Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius.

A quick search of the Senate health bill will bring up “secretary” 2,500 times.

That’s because Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius would be awarded unprecedented new powers under the proposal, including the authority to decide what medical care should be covered by insurers as well as the terms and conditions of coverage and who should receive it.

“The legislation lists 1,697 times where the secretary of health and humans services is given the authority to create, determine or define things in the bill,” said Devon Herrick, a health care expert at the National Center for Policy Analysis.

See more on the subject Here.  This is very serious.  This has to be stopped.

I did find this post showing that over 5000 American Citizens (on a weekday) attended the Code Red Rally at the Capitol and you can see some fine pictures here.

Here’s an example.  They really look “angry and threatening” don’t they?  🙂

Posted:  12.17.09

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Rep. Michele Bachmann is calling all Americans to join her on the steps of the Capital Building in Washington DC on Thursday November 5th

Rep Michele Bachmann, R-MN has just announced a “storm the capitol” next Thursday, November 5th at 12:00 Noon.

This appears to be in conjunction with Vets for Freedom on the same day.

Any and everyone that can make it to the US Capitol, Washington, DC to meet Rep Bachmann on the Capitol steps at 12:00 noon is desperately needed.

Watch Rep Bachman on Hannity Friday night:

Pass this on.  Any and everyone who can make it , GO TO WASHINGTON  DC.  On November 5th, 2009.

They don’t think they have to listen, they are still not listening, but just go along their merry way with lies and deceptions.  That in itself is enough reason to storm the halls of Congress.  They have not been honest about this bill.  Some in Congress should be in jail right along with Bernie Madoff.  They are no less criminals, they just use tax money, which actually makes them lower than Bernie Madoff.


See what Ms. Pelosi has to say about it.  Not much.  She just says, “Are you serious?” when asked about the constitutionality.

Posted:  10.31.09


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