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Quick, call Joey B.

Posted by  ▪  March 18, 2012
From reader Korie: I saw this bumper sticker in the Democrat stronghold of Scranton, PA and just had to snap a picture of it. Love this one! It was my cell and that was zoomed. I knew it wouldn’t be close enough for you to post but just wanted to share. It s…
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Saturday Night Open

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
Please make more of these sort of arrogant and dismissive speeches. It helps motivate and bring out the base.  Our base: Update:  The Eagle has landed, er, pulled into the driveway, and this low blow on Rutherford B. Hayes has him agitated: The quote cited by Obama does exist on the Internet, but we would…
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Another piece of the untold story of Obamacare

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
So many things had to go wrong for Obamacare to evade a Senate filibuster.  Arlen Specter had to switch parties.  Al Franken had to pull out a slight victory.  And Senator Ted Stevens needed to lose relection just after being convicted of corruption. If any one of those had not happened, we…
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Is that the phone I hear ringing?

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
Mitt Romney is waking up to the fact that his highly negative, in some cases vicious, campaign against Newt and Rick will create problems down the road, should Mitt win the nomination. So Romney’s senior advisors are putting together an outreach strategy: Mitt Romney, mired in a frustrating slog toward the presidential nomination,…
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When a Rush tweet flapped its wings

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
When Rush Limbaugh sent his now famous “first tweet,” Twitter went wild.  It was as if a tweet had flapped its wings in South America causing chaos in the political system. There were many postive reactions.  Surprisingly, there were no negative reactions which crossed any lines, at least none sent to me. But there were…
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Is anything ever “over” in Wisconsin?

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
As previously posted, it appears that there were sufficient recall petition signatures submitted to hold recall elections as to Gov. Scott Walker, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, and several Republican state Senators. One of those state Senators, Pam Galloway, unexpectedly announced yesterday she was resigning and would not run in the recall election due…
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There’s no such thing as a free peace

Posted by  ▪  March 17, 2012
From frequent photographer Bill who took this photo at his doctor’s parking lot the other day: Bonus question:  What does the blue sticker below the license plate depict?
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Collapse of Western civilization delayed

Posted by  ▪  March 16, 2012
but not averted. al-Qaeda’s master plot to install Joe Biden as President and thereby cause the collapse of Western civilization, or at least the last part of Western civilization which still matters, was set in motion: “The reason for concentrating on them,” the al-Qaeda leader explained to his top lieutenant, “is that Obama is…
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Risk of selecting a nominee before US Sup Ct rules on Obamacare mandate

Posted by  ▪  March 16, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court hears argument starting March 26 on various aspects Obamacare, front and center the mandate.  A ruling is expected by the end of June. Purity in opposing mandates is the reason to be of Rick Santorum’s campaign argument:  Mitt is tainted due to Romneycare, and Newt is tainted because he was…
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“Damn you for not running”

Posted by  ▪  March 16, 2012
So says Ben Domenech regarding Paul Ryan after seeing the video embedded below:
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Carbonite and Howard Stern

Posted by  ▪  March 16, 2012
As detailed yesterday, the Media Matters employee spearheading efforts to pressure advertisers to stop advertising on the Rush Limbaugh show considered the March 3 Saturday night announcement by Carbonite that it was ceasing all advertising on Rush’s show to be a turning point. Just the day before, on March 2, Carbonite’s CEO David Friend…
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When Che comes to America, he will be driving a Prius in San Francisco

Posted by  ▪  March 16, 2012
Does anything epitomized the current state of California more than a Che Guevara fan driving a Prius? Does it get any better than that? Reader Dave took this photo on March 13, 2012, in downtown San Francisco:
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Slow day

Posted by  ▪  March 15, 2012
here in paradise. The Blog Post That Drove Rush Limbaugh to Tweet #FF Rush? He starts tweeting @limbaugh Educational purposes? No typos, but still he gives advice. Anti-Rush Campaign Was in the Works. We have not been worthy since at least 1990. Totally Bogus that 98 Advertisers are Targeting Hannity, Beck, Levin. Politico’s Alex Burns: Voters Are ‘Forrest Gump-like’,…
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Don’t blame the U.N. Human Rights Council

Posted by  ▪  March 15, 2012
It doesn’t know any better, it lives for self-parody, UN rights council delves into US voter I.D. laws: The controversy over requiring voters to provide photo IDs has reached the world stage. The United  Nations Human Rights Council is investigating the issue of American election  laws at its gathering on minority rights in Geneva,…
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