Saturday, April 26, 2014

Wingnut Wrapup

First, this great entrant in the "Scandals That Are Going Nowhere" contest:

Bowing to a robot.  No matter how stupid their scandals are, they never give up on them.  Do I need to tell you that this story is all over the right wing internet world today?

And another challenger appears:

Sarah Seaman, Town Hall:  "Dem Commencement Speakers Outnumber Republicans 57-to-26"

If it was based on how likely they were to tell the truth, Democrats would outnumber Republicans by 57,000 to 0.  But I guess recent graduates need a few lies to start them out in life.  Like the notion that they are going to get a fair break on anything in this country.  Otherwise they'd all slit their throats.

Bryan Preston, PJ Media:  "Emanuel’s Plan to Build Elite ‘Barack Obama High School’ in an Upscale Chicago Neighborhood Has Parents Enraged"

Naming a school after a President from your city: an abomination!  Well, at least if the President is a Democrat.  If the President was a Republican, it's okay to name the whole damned ocean after him.  When are these people ever going to grow up?

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit:  "Wayne Allyn Root: Here’s Why Reid Is Calling Patriots “Domestic Terrorists”

Because when you hide behind a piece of concrete and point a sniper rifle at  government workers, that's what you are?  No, it's because Harry Reid and Obama are MARXISTS!  It's all so simple when you understand things.

John Howard, Human Events:  "Akinization – the process of smearing every Republican with the words of any other GOP politician, or apparently even private citizens with high media profiles, named in honor of dumbass 2012 Senate candidate Todd Akin – has become a weapon of mass destruction.  The shock waves from an Akin strike in Nevada can hit a guy in Texas.

Of course, this process is never, ever employed against Democrat"

Maybe that's because Democrats aren't a bunch of hate-filled pricks.

"Leaving aside these one-sided political games, what do Cliven Bundy’s thoughts on slavery, or anything else, have to do with the incident that boosted him into the public eye?  The story was never really about him; it’s about what the Bureau of Land Management did."

What, asked him to pay his bills?  And by the way, since he opened his big fat mouth, the story is about him now.  Deal with it.

"If we accept the premise that the rights and privileges of citizens depend on political correctness – it becomes OK for the federal government to use stormtrooper tactics against someone, if the majority of Americans conclude he’s a jerk – we’ve embraced a core tenet of totalitarianism."

"Stormtrooper tactics" apparently meaning when they ran out of patience after he spent a decade running up a million dollar bill.  I wonder if that qualifies my bankers as Sturmabteilung troops when they expect me to pay the mortgage.

Bryan Preston, PJ Tatler:  "Cliven Bundy Utters Racist Remark, Liberals Everywhere Rejoice"

See? It's the liberals who are to blame.  Well, at least this guy admitted that the remarks were racist, instead of just declaring that Bundy was speaking the truth and had his words twisted by liberals (accomplished in a typical sneaky Democratic maneuver by quoting him verbatim.)  By the way, did you notice any liberals rejoicing? No?  Me either.  Rejoicing is pretty well reserved for Republicans to do when the economy craters.

The Editors, PJ Media:  "Hot Topic: Should It Be Illegal in the U.S. to Burn Aborted Fetuses for Electricity?"

Man, that's desperate, huh?

David Goldman, PJ Media:  "Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Beloved, For All the Wrong Reasons...Garcia Marquez lied about the violent causes of Colombia's civil war."

David, I hate to break it to you, but this is one more "scandal" that isn't going anywhere, particularly since not one American in two hundred has a clue who Gabriel Garcia Marquez is, or cares what he has to say about the civil war in Columbia.But he is a highly regarded intellectual, so I guess he must be a liberal.

Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media:  "To paraphrase the ancients, sometimes we’d rather be wrong with Cliven Bundy than right with Harry Reid."

And that really says a lot about you, Victor. 

Andrew C. McCarthy, PJ Media:  :Clemency for Drug Offenders Is More Presidential Lawlessness Disguised as Pardon Power"

No, Andrew,it's pardon power disguised as pardon power.  A neat trick on Obama's part.

Roger Kimball, PJ Media:  "No other recent president has worked harder at squandering the trust of the American people."

I was going to say, forgot about Bush again, huh, Roger, but then I realized that Bush didn't have to work hard at all to end up with a 22% approval rating.  It came naturally to him.

Wes Vernon, Renew America:  "The war on terror: whose side are we on?"

And here I thought this was going to be about the 1500 armed terrorists that showed up to threaten government workers.  No, it was about Benghazi.  What a surprise.

Bob Unruh, World Net Daily:  "Black leader says Bundy remarks not racist"

Whoopeedoo, Bob!  You found one!  You must be so proud.  And who is this Black Leader?  Alan Keyes, one of the most vicious liars in the whole Republican stable, and a sore loser who got the pants beaten off of him by Obama when his Republican masters sent him to Illinois because he was the only black man who would try this sleazy tactic to stop Obama, and has never stopped plotting his pathetic revenge.  Boy, that really proves something, doesn't it?

Joseph Farah, World Net Daily:  "New York Times sting entraps Bundy...Exclusive: Joseph Farah says paper hopes to sully public officials who support rancher"

Well, at least Farah is aware that it sullies public officials who support a filthy, open racist.  As for entrapment, as far as I know, the jerk moved his own mouth, and repeated the same views to Fox News and CNN. He "entrapped" himself.

Here is a little more of what Farah has to say:

"Here’s what Bundy allegedly said while driving past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas:"

Well, I don't need to repeat it- we've all heard what the guy said.  What I like is the "allegedly," which is like saying that the moon "allegedly" goes around the earth.  Of course, Farah claims Obama was born in Kenya, so maybe we shouldn't put too much stock in what he claims to believe.

Michelle Malkin, National Review Online:  "Obama's Whitewash Puppies"

Whitewash puppies.  Do you even want to know what this is about?  I sure don't.

Myra Adams, National Review Online:  "Bill Clinton: First Dude...Is America ready for another “two-fer” Clinton presidency?"

I've got big news for you, Myra.  If Bill Clinton could run again, the American people would snap up another one-fer from him in about ten seconds.  So watch what you wish for, because it turns out for some inexplicable reason that a blow job in the White House didn't bother the American people anywhere as much as Reagan and Bush screwing the whole economy.

World Net Daily:  "A... video revealed an African-American bodyguard promised he would “take a bullet” for Bundy.  On the CNN video, a reporter said Bundy was “wondering whether African Americans would be better off as slaves. How does that strike you.”  “It doesn’t strike me any kind of way."

There's a deep thinker for you.  Of course, when we want meaningful public discourse, we always turn to a hired thug.

Don Sucher, American Thinker:  "Does Cliven Bundy 'Matter'?"

Not since he became an embarrassment to right wingers.  Before that, he was the most important patriot in the country.

Well, enough, huh?  Now that Green Eagle is successfully settled in here in North Carolina, I hope to get back to a little more regular posting.  Good or bad news?  I report, you decide.
And another video revealed an African-American bodyguard promised he would “take a bullet” for Bundy.
On the CNN video, a reporter said Bundy was “wondering whether African Americans would be better off as slaves. How does that strike you.”
“It doesn’t strike me any kind of way.

And another video revealed an African-American bodyguard promised he would “take a bullet” for Bundy.
On the CNN video, a reporter said Bundy was “wondering whether African Americans would be better off as slaves. How does that strike you.”
“It doesn’t strike me any kind of way.


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