Friday, September 24, 2010

 

Friday Stuff

Left wing skank (BIRM) reflects on her highschool days, realizes she is still hopelessly mired in the same old never ending cycle of shame and victimhood:

'We're the girl you'll take under the bleachers but you won't be seen with in the light of day,' the blogger, Susan Madrak of Crooks and Liars, pointedly told Axelrod on the call, which was organized for liberal bloggers and progressive media.
Sorry, sweetie, but that's reality: liberals have to lie to gain and keep power. They can't afford to be seen with their real constituency.

Did you dye your hair?

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Instapundit on Jonathan Leibowitz' lament for president FAIL:

“I thought he’d do a better job.” You did, huh? Based on what, his extensive experience? Rube.
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Peter Wehner writes at Commentary Magazine: A Possible Obama Primary Challenge

This is what happens to dogmatic people when their grand ideological ambitions fail. It cannot be because of any defects in their ideology; the problem must rest with weak-willed politicians who aren’t aggressive enough to fight on behalf of their ideology. They don’t have the courage of their convictions.

This critique is of course ludicrous. But for President Obama, it highlights a serious threat: in the aftermath of the forthcoming midterm elections, where Democrats are going to suffer enormous losses, liberals will grow more angry, more disillusioned, and more disgusted with Obama and the Democratic Party establishment. They will blame the election losses on them, not on liberalism; and quicker than you can imagine, the defections will begin. And if Obama doesn’t begin to turn things around in 2011 (and he won't ~ Ed.), he may well face a challenge from within his own party.

That might seem unthinkable now — but let’s see where things stand on November 3, when the recriminations get really ugly.
Can. Not. Wait.

Seriously? It ain't gonna happen: they'll hang their erstwhile Messiah out to twist in the wind in 2012 and Hope for Change from there.

Boy, that is one bleak tableau.

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In the meantime, I look forward to more stories like this from Breitbart: Obama heckled on AIDS, gay rights at fundraiser.

Activists yelled slogans and held signs aloft reading "Obama broken promises KILL." Supporters of the president tried to drown them out with shouts of "O-bam-a! O-bam-a!"

The hecklers were so raucous Obama went off-script several times to address them, insisting he's increased AIDS funding and is working to overturn the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. He told them to go shout at Republicans, noting that a vote on repealing "don't ask, don't tell" failed this week in the Senate with Republicans united in opposition.
To say nothing, of course, of all the Democrats that were running for cover in a desperate bid to remain electable on November 2.

Here's the alarming part, at least for the Messiah: tickets for this fundraiser were originally 100 bucks. When ticket sales ground to a halt, a massive e-mail flood ensued, offering them at 50 dollars to (apparently former) supporters .

The result: Opey couldn't even fill a 650-seat house. That's the equivalent of a fucking high school gym almost anywhere in America. Only 450 people showed up, and they couldn't even give away the last 200 tickets.

Change you can dip your balls in.

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First Christina Romer. Then Peter Orzag. Then Lawrence Summers. Now another another Big Rat is fleeing the Titanic.

This just gets better and better.

Unless you live in Chicago.

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Will the real Malik Shabazz please stand up? At Big Government, Andrew Breitbart is on the trail.

In May 2009, the Obama/Holder Justice Department dropped charges in a voter intimidation case against Malik Shabazz, a leader of the New Black Panther Party, despite having already won a summary judgment against him, and his New Black Panther Party callegues King Samir Shabazz and Jerry Jackson who were video-taped outside polling place in Philadelphia intimidating voters as they arrived on election day, 2008. In July 2009, when Congress began looking into the matter, someone named Malik Shabazz visited the private residence at the White House.

When news of the visit was released under the auspices of transparency, the White House denied that the Malik Shabazz on the visitor’s log was the same Malik Shabazz involved in the New Black Panther voter intimidation case. According to Norm Eisen, special counsel to the president for ethics and government reform, the records contained “a few “false positives” – names that make you think of a well-known person, but are actually someone else.” He specifically cited Malik Shabazz as an example of one of these “false positives”.

At the time, the media did not challenge the White House on the veracity of this claim. The White House’s position was, basically: “We’re being transparent, here are all the visitor logs, and this guy is not the guy you think he is, TRUST US.”
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Daily Mail: Bono's ONE Foundation is apparently appropriately named:

Bono’s anti-poverty foundation ONE is under pressure to explain its lavish salaries after it was revealed that only a small percentage of money it raises reaches the needy.The non-profit organisation set up by the U2 frontman received almost £9.6m in donations in 2008 but handed out only £118,000 to good causes (1.2 per cent).
Another liberal vanity con game. When will idiots learn?

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Dr. Gina Loudon smacks down a clumsy, desperate AOL propagandist:

If you can’t get the American population to get behind your socialist President, then just try to paint the conservative leaders as suspiciously similar to him.

Uh, not so much.
Bottom line:

While Republican candidates clamor for the Palin endorsement in primaries, it is difficult to find a Democrat who wants to even be seen campaigning with Obama.
It's gonna be a bright, sunshiney day.

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