WWGO – November 1, 2013
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Today is November 1st, 2013, and this is WWGO. This periodic posting will include a summary of blog posts, news articles, opinion articles, and general information and entertainment, in keeping with the previous column in this space “The Daily Links.”
Face Off: Healthcare.gov Girl Replacement Contest (pics!)
The young lady known variously as the face of healthcare.gov, the Obamacare girl, or glitch girl, has been replaced in the wake of a massive internet and cable news effort to uncover her true identity. The speculation as to the reason behind taking her face off the site has run rampant, but we here at RedState have the answer. It’s a simple matter of truth | Read More »
I Support Tea, Cause Coffee Don’t Fax Worth A Damn
Via our vast network of sources and spies, RedState has exclusively obtained a copy of a new fundraising email that will shock you. Full text included below. (Some links added for context.) The following message has been brought to you by the DNC and the MSM*. It is intended for mature audiences. *Alan Grayson’s extra chins could not be reached for comment. “This morning as | Read More »
Take THAT America!
The Obama administration is taking their ball and going home. In the wake of the (sort of) government shut-down, Americans from sea to shining sea are feeling the pinch. At least, we assume the sea is shining after the (sort of shut-down) government moved to close it. Yes the pain of a (sort of) closed government is being universally shared. With unattended open-air monuments, giant | Read More »
“The Real Story” – Bain, Dade, GST, and Stage Stores
The Romney campaign has launched a new microsite, Business.Romney.com. Below are three new videos from the site, featuring stories about his time at Bain, and the legacy of the company’s investments. Randy Johnson, Cindy Hewitt, and David Foster spoke from the floor of the Democratic Convention tonight regarding Bain. The three below videos directly pertain to what they had to say. “The company was saved.” | Read More »
The Most Open And Accessible Convention EVAH!
“The convention in Charlotte will be the most open and accessible in history and, no matter where you are, you can be a part of it” claims a recent email from the campaign touting their live streaming coverage (hosted by Kal Penn, squueeee!!!) which you need to RSVP for to gain access. Not only is their convention super duper open and accessible, but it is | Read More »
Convention Live Feed – The Big Night
Tonight is the final night of the Republican National Convention in Tampa. Some big names to watch for include the Mystery Speaker™ and of course, Mitt Romney. Please find the live feed below. Consider this an Open Thread.
Convention Live Stream Day Three
Consider this an Open Thread. Some of the big names tonight include former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, and of course, future Vice President Rep. Paul Ryan.
VIDEO – Jon Voight at RNC: Obama Is A Marxist, And Here’s Why
Actor Jon Voight drew a crowd today at the Republican Convention in Tampa. Among the many questions he answered was the following (ht RevealingPolitics). . Voight answers the question of whether President Obama is a Marxist: “Well his father was a marxist. Of course he was influenced by his mother who led him toward his father’s Marxism, yes! His mentor as a child who was | Read More »
RNC Protester On Tearing The System Down
The below video is a “conversation” between an interviewer with Revealing Politics and a very angry bandanna. Bandanna says “choice A” and “choice B”, presumably the Republicans and Democrats, are fighting for the same things and “lying openly to the American people”. He cites the constitution to express his belief that the whole system should be abolished and replaced, which is not really surprising, as | Read More »
Priebus on Akin: “He Could Be Tied, We’re Not Going To Send Him A Penny”
In an interview for Revealing Politics today, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was asked, among other things, if the party’s position on Akin would eventually change if Akin refused to step out of the race: . The question is: “If he stays in, is your position eventually going to change? Are you going to have to support him? The Chairman replies “No, no. No. He could | Read More »
Daily Links – August 27, 2012
Today is August 27th. • On this date in 1883, Krakatoa erupted in what was the most powerful volcanic blast in recorded history. The blast was heard up to 3,000 miles away, blew five cubic miles of debris over 50 miles high into the atmosphere, and was generally considered to be a very rude thing for an island to do. The veil of dust in | Read More »
Daily Links – August 24, 2012
Today is August 24th. • On this date in AD 79, Mount Vesuvius erupted, famously destroying the city of Pompeii. The buried city was lost for over 1700 years, until the remains were rediscovered in 1748. Among the ruins were people frozen in ash, art works, pottery, and of course, Ron Paul campaign materials. • Also on this date, in 1959, Daniel K. Inouye was | Read More »
Daily Links – August 23, 2012
Today is August 23rd. • On this date in 2008, then-candidate Barack Obama announced his selection of Joe Biden for running mate in the presidential election. “I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened.” Said everyone everywhere. • On this date in 1305, William Wallace | Read More »
Interestingly Interesting Item of Interest
“It is very rare I come to an event where I’m like the fifth or sixth most interesting person. Usually the folks want to take a picture with me, sit next to me, talk to me. That has not been the case at this event and I completely understand.” – President Obama, speaking to the crowd at his “NBA heroes” fundraiser on Wednesday. He once | Read More »