Frank Rich AND Mel Gibson Are Jerks
Frank Rich, former New York Times theater columnist turned New York Times political commentator and Obama booster, recently ran an article about cultural values and how the left won the war. The primary impetus for this epiphany was the downfall of Mel Gibson being played out in edited tapes on the internet. He then harkens back to 2004- the downfall of America to liberals- | Read More »
Frank Rich Celebrates Festivus Instead of the Fourth of July
“I got a lot of problems with you people, and now, you’re gonna hear about it!!” The above quote was uttered by Frank Costanza, the father of George Costanza of Seinfeld fame. Costanza invented the holiday Festivus, because he wanted to remove the traditional and commercial aspects of Christmas. Instead of a traditional Christmas tree, there is simply an aluminum pole. (Mr. Costanza said that | Read More »
Charles Blow and Frank Rich are Pitiful.
OK—I’m sure that most of you remember New York Times columnist Charles Blow’s infamous “minstrel show” column—you know, the one where he complained about how many white people were at the Dallas Tea Party. In that awful column, Blow also wrote that the minorities who spoke at the Dallas Tea Party were “putting on a minstrel show” for the white man, and he accused them | Read More »
, Barack Obama
, Charles Blow
, Frank Rich
, New York Times
, race baiting
, tea party
Opposed to Obamacare? Then You Must Be A Racist
Pat Sajak — yes that Pat Sajak — has a great response to Frank Rich posted over at Human Events.Welcome to post-racial America, where those who oppose a piece of legislation must defend themselves against the scurrilous charges of a man who seems much better suited to reviewing “Cats”. (He liked it, by the way.) This was a particularly shameful column, and the millions of | Read More »
‘Erickson Had it Right.’ Frank Rich is Still Wrong.
I always like reading Frank Rich. He’s like the anthropologist who always gets it wrong. It makes for great comedy — think Mr. Bean as Jane Goodall.Behold his latest overreach that leaves such a stink he must not have worn deodorant before reaching.I write this only because Rich uses me to prop up his straw men. He writes:Last week a prominent right-wing blogger, Erick Erickson | Read More »
Frank Rich column on Steele, Palin (or, Erick Erickson again in the Sunday NY Times)
Erick Everywhere strikes again! Last week, I pointed out that Erick Erickson was in Charles Blow’s Saturday New York Times opinion and in the Sunday New York Times Magazine story on the Florida GOP primary. I never read columnist Frank Rich, but the column’s headline “The Great Tea Party Rip-Off” caught my attention. Rich rips Michael Steele and Sarah Palin, and I actually somewhat agree with | Read More »
Frank Rich is too Smart to say what he said on Maddow…
Last night on Rachel Maddow’s program, columnist Frank Rich made commentary about the parallels between the early sixties and the present day. He said that he can remember the vitriol and hatred the right had for President Kennedy. He likens that to what is happening now to our current president. Then he made a comment that the conservative attacks led to the assasination of President | Read More »
Frank Rich of the New York Times & other Liberal Media Elitists will be responsible for the violence Frank Rich is insinuating could occur.
In his October 11, 2008 New York Times Op-Ed “The Terrorist Barack Hussein Obama”(see it here: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10/12/opinion/12rich.html?_r=1&oref=slogin ,Frank Rich does as most Liberal Media Elitists do; Play the Race Card. In his Op-Ed Frank Rich states “the fear (had) receded” (that) “a crazy person might take a shot at him (Obama)” “until now.”But Frank Rich fails to point out if the violence he is insinuating | Read More »
Frank Rich Doesn’t Deserve A Job Writing For A Major Newspaper
Or even a minor one. Here is why.Really, this is embarrassing stuff, even when one considers that it is Rich doing the writing. It shows no understanding whatsoever of the nature of international competition, the state of affairs in China, how China will be able to compete in and influence the world or the underlying strengths that continue to buttress America even in tough times.Oh, | Read More »