Quote of the Day, Of COURSE Gary Peters (D-CAND, Michigan-SEN) Is Still A Misogynistic Hypocrite edition.
I really should have expected that, honestly. Former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land, R-Byron Center, went first by slamming U.S. Rep. Gary Peters, D-Bloomfield Township, claiming he is a hypocrite, flip-flopper and beholden to President Barack Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. “Whenever men tell me about a war on women, I’m suspicious,” she said to a packed house at the Suburban Collection | Read More »
Sen. Mark Begich (D, Alaska) pays female staffers 71% of what he pays male ones.
Don’t expect the Democrats to push Begich on this; gender pay equality is all very well, but it’s apparently much more important that the Democrats keep that Senate seat.
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2006 Charlie Crist viciously attacks 2014 Charlie Crist in new attack ad!
If I was still a Democrat, I’d be worried as all get-out that that article found a bunch of Democratic voters who didn’t know that their likely nominee has a history of reinventing himself to pander to voters – to the point where they thought the entire thing was done by a voice actor.
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Bring Back Chivalry and Solve #YesAllWomen
We are told by the Progressive Left that blanket statements are bad such as not all worshipers of Islam are violent as the 29 terrorists who killed Americans on 9/11 for example. We can’t say all democrats hate the military. We aren’t allowed to suggest that all ACLU lawsuits are aimed at undermining Christian rights in public environments. And we certainly aren’t allowed to suggest | Read More »
Donald Sterling, liberal hypocrisy, and warped priorities in Faux Outrage Land
Alright, I don’t want to comment on the overblown crime that isn’t a crime currently distracting from an economy that – thanks to Dear Leader – may soon fall behind China—I’d prefer to write about hemorrhoids, but since it reminds me of hemorrhoids, I’ll opine on the idiocy unleashed by Donald Sterling’s less than sterling yap. Yesterday, I stuck my toe in the water with the following insensitive and repugnant | Read More »
Our immunity to hypocrisy and addiction to outrage
As a nation, we’re quickly losing any sensitivity to hypocrisy. That’s dangerous. You might say it’s cynicism, but it’s not. It’s a moral numbness that’s overcoming our ability to express outrage where it is proper, and replacing it instead with an ever growing craving for more and more outrageous examples of personal wickedness.
All the while, we whistle past the graveyard that is prepared to bury our own bones, and wink at the gravediggers we ourselves are paying to dig our own graves.
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Update on Mozilla – stunning hypocrisy
If it was not for the gay press going through every single donation to the Proposition 8 cause and correlating that with donors who held influential positions or jobs of responsibility, then Eich’s views would be where he kept them: private.
Apparently Baker believes that “global mass surveillance” is bad, except when it’s done to make public the private views of people who don’t agree with her. Then it’s okay to use that to force people out of their careers.
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The only thing more hypocritical than Terry McAuliffe? The Lefties now supporting him.
There’s some raised eyebrows at some of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe’s donors: specifically the detail that 78% of his funding in the last quarter came from out-of-state donors. Looking at the donor list, I note that some of the folks involve include: Terry’s father-in-law Richard Swann, who is probably best known for being president, back in the day, of the infamously failed American Pioneer | Read More »
Equal Pay Day 2013: Democrats’ Hypocrisy on Full Display
As America observed Equal Pay Day on Tuesday, Democratic politicians hypocritically used this day for political gain and shameless politicking. Let me be clear: I’m in favor of equal pay; women should be paid at the same rate and be afforded the same opportunities as men. This isn’t not a partisan issue. I have both a sister and sister-in-law that masterfully balance their professional careers | Read More »
No, This Isn’t an April Fool’s Joke…
I have to admit: I am a little skeptical of some major news stories on April 1st. After all, there’s always the chance that it could be an April Fool’s joke, like this story from April 1st of last year that ran on the BBC announcing that the world had exploded. So, it was with this in mind that I did something of a double | Read More »
Let me explain why Henry Repeating Rifles advertises on MSNBC.
Background: Don’t tell us that Al Sharpton and MSNBC are hypocrites? Noooo!! The Reverend Al opened his show by praising President Obama’s efforts to promote tougher gun control laws. But 28 minutes into the show, a commercial appeared for, of all things . . . Henry Repeating Rifles. Go to Henry Rifle’s website and you’ll find one rifle described as “big, brutal and beautiful” and | Read More »
Romney Paid More Than His Fair Share of Taxes….in 2010. MSM Blinked.
So, Mitt Romney released his 2011 taxes. And on cue, Think Progress rolls out this inane hit piece entitled “By Romney’s Own Standard, His Tax Returns Would Disqualify Him From The Presidency”. The summary of their argument accuses Romney of paying more than his fair share of taxes this year. This implies that he is somehow gaming the system or dishonest. However, this outrage — | Read More »
The coming Democratic hypocrisy about their coming NON-divestment from Bain Capital.
Let me summarize this NRO article by Deroy Murdock: Democratic (specifically, Barack Obama’s) rhetoric about Bain Capital has not particularly stopped Democratic-aligned organizations from investing with it. This includes groups like government employee pension funds ($1.56 billion since 2008), universities ($at least 425 million between 1998-2008), ‘center-left foundations and cultural establishments’… and my personal favorite: the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CSTRS), which has invested $1.25 billion with Bain Capital.
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