All Hands on Deck as the Silver-Tongued President Continues Clarifying ‘You Didn’t Build That’
Years ago, our own Dan McLaughlin defined ”swiftboating” as “Accurately quoting a Democratic politician’s own words.” By that definition, President Obama is being swiftboated up a creek without a paddle right now, as constant repetition of his own words has the campaigner-in-chief and every attack dog he can muster working day and night to “clarify” his remarks on small business. For review, here’s the president’s direct | Read More »
DNC risks dead GOP Congressman… for $505.
As you have undoubtedly heard by now, the FBI has arrested one Norman Leboon for death threats made against Congressman Eric Cantor, in the wake of the Democratic National Committee’s fear-mongering fundraising drive regarding… threats of organized GOP violence. This is not, by the way, the first time that Leboon has fallen for the Democratic’s party cynical agitprop; he was one of the plaintiffs in | Read More »
The DNC thinks shooting at Republicans ‘appropriate.’ [And a fundraising opportunity!]
[UPDATE: Ah, that's why they're not condemning: lessened tensions will interfere with fundraising. Hey, maybe they can turn the shot at Cantor's office into a web Flash game! Right up the DNC's alley.] Somebody shot at Eric Cantor’s office. Let me repeat that. Somebody shot at Eric Cantor’s office. Eric Cantor, after specifically condemning all acts of violence – which, considering that he’s a Congressman | Read More »
Brad Woodhouse of the DNC has released a statement about citizens protesting Obamacare
The DNC’s statement is below: Die Republikaner und ihre verbündeten Gruppen – verzweifelt nach zwei aufeinander folgenden Wahlen zu verlieren und alle wichtigen politischen Kampf auf dem Capitol Hill – Anstiftung sind wütend Monster von einer kleinen Zahl von wütenden rechten Extremisten von K Street Lobbyisten zu stören nachdenklich Diskussionen über die Zukunft der Gesundheitsversorgung in Amerika, die sich in Congressional Bezirke im ganzen Land. | Read More »