And this is why we need to actually, you know, REFORM Medicare….
Obama wants to “fix” our ENTIRE system. Yet, he won’t touch Medicare, unless its to gut it of money to pay for HIS plan. He wants to hand over hour health system to the same idiots that do piecemeal planning like this in order to “save money”. They want to overhaul the private system but won’t fix what THEY broke…. h/t MSNBC Although the government | Read More »
Joe Scarborough calls Glenn Beck a “tool”
Glenn Beck’s 912 special aired today on Fox News. I missed it because I’m not a particular fan of GlennBeck, plus it’s Saturday and I’m watching college football. However, I have my twitter open and a message from MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough caught my eye: “Beck just quoted the Bible about ‘fighting against darkness and spiritual wickedness in high places.'” (link) “God help us all from | Read More »
Brian Faughnan of RedState takes MSNBC to Liz Cheney school
In case you missed it, Erick Erickson is not the only RedState TV rock star. Actually we have numerous RedState editors (and regulars) who regularly appear on TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, internet radio, you name it. Some are permanent employees or staff columnists. Our own Brian Faughnan appears regularly on MSNBC as the conservative counterbalance to the default leftist spin. See from last Thursday and | Read More »
MSNBC’s Pathetically Lame Response; Heads Should Roll
As was expected, the brown-nosing, Obama-shilling, leg-thrilling, Democratic mainstream media didn’t say boo about MSNBC’s outrageous “Morning Meeting” segment that I wrote about yesterday, where MSNBC seems to want to start a race war in the so-called post-racial America run by Barack Obama. MSNBC themselves issued a response that further shows the network to be prostitutes of the Obama propaganda machine (as reported by the | Read More »
FrankJ has some not-useful advice for MSNBC.
In responding to this post FrankJ noted that the underlying problem for MSNBC is that nobody particularly wants to watch them anyway, so he offered a suggestion to boost their viewership: Maybe if they set Keith Olbermann on fire and threw him off a building, people would tune in to see that. I’d consider it. So, that’s something for them to think about. I am | Read More »
I think MSNBC is trying to get the President shot at.
(H/T Ace of Spades, NewsBusters, & Hot Air) I’m aware that’s kind of an inflammatory statement, but hear me out. OK, remember last weekend, when there were a bunch of reports of armed people at the Arizona town hall? Lots of stories of bemused reporters trying to get their heads around the notion that in Arizona you can wander around with an AR-15 – Which | Read More »
MSNBC, Running In Fear, Resorts To Paralipsis To Brand Conservatives Racist
par.a.lip.sis / Rhetoric. the suggestion, by deliberately concise treatment of a topic, that much of significance is being omitted, as in “not to mention other faults. Meet Carlos Watson, MSNBC contributor and host of The C Note in his commentary forwarded the position that anyone who calls Obama a Socialist is really calling him a Ni***. Aside from the complete ignorance of Mr. Watson and | Read More »
The Crimes of Congressman Dick Cheney (D-NY-15)
After I finished watching the ‘good’ part of the O’Reilly factor I became bored and went channel hunting. Making my way down the dial, hoping to find a spongebob marathon I skimmed across a MSNBC teaser. “It’s a Dick”-Caption. Announcer: “You know who is back and you won’t believe how he wanted to use US troops to go into US territory to arrest US citizens. How | Read More »
MSNBC Host Helps Obama Do Prep for Tonight
So I’m a conservative activist, not a journalist. The left would have you think otherwise after an enterprising journalist discovered I’d sent Mark Sanford’s communications director saying I was happy to help deal with the “missing governor” story — even suggesting Sanford post at RedState himself. This, of course, was before anyone knew “hiking the Appalachian Trail” was code for “hitting Argentine tail.” Nonetheless, the | Read More »
Why Sarah Palin Isn’t Dead Politically
Since my appearance on MSNBC regarding Sarah Palin has generated so much conversation, I felt it might be a good idea to expand upon the points I made while debating the commentators. I realize my comments fly in the face of conventional wisdom and are contrary to the analysis given by most Republican consultants. That understood, I think there are three good reasons that the | Read More »
Brian Faughnan on MSNBC.
The subject: This administration’s lack of transparency! The spokesperson for the Left: Jane Hamsher, of FireDogLake! The battle: …called on account of mutual agreement, more or less.
Contessa Brewer, “a common sense thinker”?
The lunatic left’s obsession with Sarah Palin seems to be never ending. MSNBC anchorette, Contessa Brewer, interviewed California, talk show host, John Ziegler regarding an interview he did with Palin and her reaction, or lack of a reaction, regarding disparaging comments Letterman man towards Palin and her teenage daughter. Brewer considers herself a common sense thinker and asks why Palin would get upset about Letterman’s | Read More »
News flash: Newsweek learns that the press is biased toward Obama
Robert Samuelson writes for Newsweek and the Washington Post. In my mind, Newsweek and MSNBC were the two news outlets that were the most in Obama’s pocket during the campaign and for the most part since the election. I couldn’t tell you off the top of my head where Mr. Samuelson falls on the scale, but he’s always worked for liberal news organizations so I’d | Read More »
GE Brings Good Things [Your Dollars] To Life [Its Bottom Line]
H/T Cooler Heads Digest, The Competitive Enterprise Institute General Electric Corporation has strategically positioned itself to be a prime beneficiary of The New Green Economy, under Obama’s Prime Directive #1. As Timothy Carney points out in a washingtonexaminer.com opinion piece, not only does GE own the manufacturing technologies (high tech batteries and windmills) to benefit from the Big Green Push, it is positioning to make | Read More »