Apr 15 2014

Because the DNC always has room for one more idiot wanting to tell us how to live our lives

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The former first daughter is now willing to leave the door open — a teeny, tiny bit — to a political bid, according to an interview with Fast Company.

“I live in a city and a state and a country where I support my elected representatives,” Clinton told the business magazine. “If at some point that weren’t the case, and I didn’t support my mayor or my city councilwoman or my congresswoman or either of my senators — and I’m lucky to live in a state where I have lots of women representing me, you know — maybe then I’d have to ask and answer the question for myself, and come to a different answer.”

Clinton, 34, lives in New York City. Her name came up in 2011 as possibly running for the congressional seat now held by Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., but that idea got shot down in a hurry.

In the Fast Company story about Clinton’s career evolution and work at her family’s foundation, the daughter of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton recounts how she’s been asked about whether she’ll run for office ever since she could remember.

Read the full story at USAToday.com.


Apr 8 2014

Former Democrat politician, now pastor of Chicago mega-church, James Meeks, endorses Republican for governor

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“The Democratic party just assume always that 97 percent of the African-American vote will go to the Democratic party. If that assumption is true, they never have to work for our vote,” Rev. James Meeks, pastor of Salem Baptist Church with a congregation of 15,000, said.

He speaks of the gun violence that plagues Chicago’s West and South Sides, the poverty and the appearance that there is no end in sight. “Our schools are still broken and getting worse. We’re last in employment or business. Our neighborhoods are deplorable,” says Meeks. “And we still get the same promises from the Democratic party, but we don’t get any deliverable. I think it’s time we should look at another candidate.”

Chicago political analyst Thom Serafin says few Republicans have been able to win statewide in Illinois without collecting 20 percent of the city vote. To do that, a candidate must win a significant portion of the African-American vote. Serafin believes Meeks can deliver. “He understands what it means to turn out the vote here in the city. He is well respected,” he said.

Serafin also believes Meeks can avoid a backlash for breaking ranks with the big Democratic machine in Chicago, because he came up from the street and proved his mettle, both in politics and at the pulpit.

Read the full article at FoxNews.com.


Apr 4 2014

The Empty Box…

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Apr 2 2014

Is there a grown-up available?…

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Mar 26 2014

Patriots v. Protestors…

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Mar 25 2014

A Real President…

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Mar 22 2014

Leadership…

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Mar 17 2014

Hillary’s odd past…

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Feb 18 2014

Accepting blame…

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Feb 15 2014

The Crook…

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Feb 5 2014

Obama says Fox News [sniff] treats him [sniff] unfairly

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President Obama extended his criticism of Fox News during the second part of his interview with host Bill O’Reilly, suggesting the network has profited by unfairly covering such stories as the Benghazi terror attacks and the IRS targeting of conservative groups.

“Absolutely, of course you have,” the president said when O’Reilly asked whether he was unfair in his coverage of the Obama White House. “Here’s what I would say: I think regardless of whether it’s fair or not, it has made Fox News very successful,” adding: “What are you going to do when I’m gone?”

Obama made the comments Monday, following part one of the interview, which aired on Super Bowl Sunday and focused on ObamaCare and the IRS targeting scandal.

“Folks have, again, had multiple hearings on [the IRS.] I mean these kinds of things keep on surfacing, in part because you and your TV station will promote them,” the president told O’Reilly in the Sunday segment.

Read the full article at FoxNews.com.


Feb 1 2014

Ole Ben Franklin pegged him…

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Jan 24 2014

Excuse-O-Meter…

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Jan 23 2014

Spot the Dope…

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Jan 22 2014

Wanna be “trailer trash” Wendy Davis blasts paraplegic, “Never Walked in My Shoes!”

wendy-davis 500The pro-late term abortion Democrat “rock star” Wendy Davis, released this statement on Sunday, via LifeNews:

 We’re not surprised by Greg Abbott’s [her Texas governorship opponent] campaign attacks on the personal story of my life as a single mother who worked hard to get ahead. But they won’t work, because my story is the story of millions of Texas women who know the strength it takes when you’re young, alone and a mother. I’ve always been open about my life not because my story is unique, but because it isn’t.

 The truth is that at age 19, I was a teenage mother living alone with my daughter in a trailer and struggling to keep us afloat on my way to a divorce. And I knew then that I was going to have to work my way up and out of that life if I was going to give my daughter a better life and a better future and that’s what I’ve done. I am proud of where I came from and I am proud of what I’ve been able to achieve through hard work and perseverance. And I guarantee you that anyone who tries to say otherwise hasn’t walked a day in my shoes.”

A very poor choice of words, given Abbott doesn’t walk at all.

At age 26, Abbott was struck by a falling oak tree that injured his back as he jogged by. He has used a wheelchair ever since and has become an eloquent pro-life advocate — speaking up for both the disabled and the unborn. The accident serves as a reminder that regardless of someone’s circumstances, he or she deserves a chance at life, Abbott has said.

Read the full story at  Breitbart.com.

Actually, walking in her shoes would be difficult for anyone, since her foot stays in her mouth so much of the time.