Well, the sickness never ends. Here's today's dose:
Caroline Glick, Town Hall: "What the Palestinians Buy with American Money"
Let me guess...whatever it was, it was made in China.
Roger Chapin, Town Hall: "A Political Grand Bargain to Save America"
I love this one. Mr. Chapin suggests that Obama go along with the Republicans in bombing Iran, in return for which Republicans would go along with him in "collaborating on substantial reductions in spending and the size of the deficits." There's the bargain- doing two insane things that the Republicans want instead of one.
Bipartisanship, Repubican style.
Town Hall says: "Roger Chapin has had a distinguished and varied career in both the nonprofit and entrepreneurial worlds."
Apparently he also has a distinguished career as a Republican liar.
Laura Hollis, Town Hall: "We Need an Entrepreneur President"
Laura, we just had one. How did that work out?
Rush Limbaugh: "This guy is an utter wrecking ball all by himself on the world stage to the point now of getting embarrassing."
Just one more attempt to accuse Obama of being what their sainted George Bush really was. At some point, these people all agreed that the only way to erase the American people's memories of the worst president in history was by spreading any lie they could think of to make it seem as if Obama was worse. Sad to say, they have raised a generation of people who seem ready to buy into any falsity as long as it is accompanied by (phony, of course) promises of tax cuts.
Michelle Malkin, Town Hall: "More than one million Americans have escaped the clutches of the Democrats' destructive federal health care law. Lucky them."
Because nothing says you're lucky like being sick and broke.
Chris Salcedo, Pajamas Media: "Liberty-Loving Latinos Outshine Loud-Mouthed Leftist Latinos"
Unfortunately for you, Chris, they may outshine them, but they don't outnumber them. Not by a long shot. And thanks to people like you, they never will.
One more piece of evidence to support my growing conviction that whites are the dumbest people on earth.
John Hinderaker, Instapundit: “In the Telegraph, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard wonders whether the current monetary crisis will bring down the European Union. I rather hope so.”
Because nothing would be as much fun as a world wide depression. After all, it worked out great for you-know-who over there in Germany.
Matt C. Abbot, Renew America: "When a murderer (Justin Boulay) goes free"
Who? How about writing this article, Matt: "When a murderer (George W. Bush) goes free." After all, Justin Boulay only murdered one person, and spent twelve years in prison for it. George W. Bush murdered a million people, and so far he's gone scot free.
Terence P. Jeffrey, Renew America: "(Virginia) Attorney Gen. Ken Cuccinelli, who has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the health-care law signed by President Barack Obama last March, says Obama and the Congress that enacted that law--which mandates that individuals must buy government-approved health insurance plans--are seeking a power over the lives of Americans that even King George III did not claim to possess.
“We now have a Congress and a president who believe they can order you to buy a product when King George III and the Parliament of Great Britain, whom we rebelled against, acknowledged that they could not,” Cuccinelli said in a video interview with CNSNews.com."
Terence, here's something I learned in under forty five seconds by using teh Google. Maybe you've heard about that. You and Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli should give it a try some time:
"The first insurance plans began during the Civil War (1861-1865). The earliest ones only offered coverage against accidents related from travel by rail or steamboat. The plans did, however, pave the way more comprehensive plans covering all illnesses and injuries...Insurance companies issued the first individual disability and illness policies in about 1890."
George III died in 1820.
So, you're right, Terence. King George never did force people to have health coverage. He also never sent them on airplane trips or gave them all flat screen TV's for Christmas.
Knowledge, Terence. Something else you might consider trying one of these days.
Michael Geer, American Thinker: "First Health Care, Next the Food Supply"
What? Now he's going to make people eat too? The bastard.
Astute Bloggers: "EVEN THE NYTIMES NOW ADMITS IT: "the single best way to cut the deficit is to ... lift growth."
Because no one ever thought of that before. Listen, the question is whether the way to lift growth is to steal everything in the country and give it to the rich. That's your plan. Real good idea, there O Astute Ones. That's an idea that's sure to work.
What does someone do for people like you to make you betray your country every day? Some time, I'd really like you to write a blog post about that.
Well, I'm not holding my breath.