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Dog fight

Posted by  ▪  April 18, 2012
Oh, sure it’s not as important as the future of mankind, or the debt cliff Obama is driving us off. But since Democrats are in full Seimus on the Roof mode, why not point out: or  or More at HotAir, Daily Caller, Twitchy. Update:  It has come to this:
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Barack Obama, brought to you by Dick Lugar

Posted by  ▪  April 18, 2012
When Indiana primary voters go to the polls on May 8, they should remember that in 2008 Dick Lugar verbally embraced Barack Obama and gave Obama bipartisan cover at a critical time in the campaign, so much so that Lugar became a prominent fixture in Obama campaign ads in key battleground states. The…
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The Four Horsemen of the Democrats’ 2012 Apocalypse

Posted by  ▪  April 18, 2012
From reader Dave: Here’s a sticker for you from Wisconsin. While Madison is a lost cause, the rest of the state has been making a right turn for the past few years.
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They distort

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
with such ease and confidence: Reality: Notice that support for the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the first legislation President Obama signed in 2009, is now equated with support for women’s equal pay. Thus do liberals constantly ratchet the country in a leftward direction, declaring every piece of legislation sacrosanct and daring conservatives…
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Today was a great day … for voter fraud and criminals … ALEC surrenders

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
There has been a pressure campaign against corporate sponsors of the American Legislative Exchange Counsel (ALEC) led by Color of Change and some of the same groups targeting conservative talk radio: Here’s how it works.  An issue which is neutral, such as voter i.d. laws, is portrayed as racist and hostile to minorities.  The…
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Some googly eyes are created more equal

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
Call it the War on Women’s Eyes. I think Andrew Kaczynski has it right: No, actually, I know he is right:
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Protests against Israel being featured at LGBT Equality Forum

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
The “anti-pinkwashing” campaign continues in all its irony. Israel is to be “featured” at the annual Equality Forum on May 3-6 in Philadelphia, based on Israel’s record on gay issues.  Israel, of course, is the only nation in the Middle East where homosexuality is not punished, much less punished with prison or worse as in some…
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The Tea Party: The greatest feminist movement?

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
Two standout appearances at Chicago’s Tea Party this Monday were familiar faces from Saturday’s Wisconsin event: BigJournalism’s Dana Loesch and Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch. These two women, working moms who are relatively recent entrants into the political fray, are examples of one of the most underreported stories of the movement: the…
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Signs of desperation in Lugar campaign (Update – Desperate campaign, desperate ads)

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
You can sense the momentum shifting under Richard Lugar’s feet in the challenge by Richard Mourdock.  How desperate has the Lugar campaign become? So desperate that one of Lugar’s top campaign aides has concocted the claim that Mourdock’s necktie resembles a Confederate flag and made an issue of Mourdock allegedly dying his hair. There…
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Vice versa

Posted by  ▪  April 17, 2012
From Linda in Tennessee, a variation on the Coexist bumper sticker: I was riding shotgun today… I couldn’t make out the last line. Here is a link to the sticker.
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Hope in Wisconsin

Posted by  ▪  April 16, 2012
A PPP poll for Daily Kos shows Gov. Scott Walker in a good position: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker leads all of his Democratic challengers in the Wisconsin recall election, per a new Public Policy Polling poll out this afternoon. Walker, the incumbent governor, has a 5-point lead against Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, 50…
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When Barney Frank is the voice of reason in the Democratic Party

Posted by  ▪  April 16, 2012
you know the Democratic Party has a problem. From his going away interview (almost) in New York Magazine (italics added)(h/t @ByronYork): You think Obama overinterpreted his mandate with health care? The problem with health care is this: Health care is enormously important to people. When you tell them that you’re going to extend health care…
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The nomination hasn’t been etched, but already he’s sketching

Posted by  ▪  April 16, 2012
Defeating Barack Obama is a priority. So is keeping the presumptive nominee from etch-a-sketching and erasing the conservative movement. Via Byron York: At a closed-to-the-press Florida fundraiser Sunday night at which his remarks were overheard by some reporters standing outside, Mitt Romney was asked about his media strategy for the general election campaign.  According…
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The 5000

Posted by  ▪  April 16, 2012
This afternoon I received my 5000th follower on Twitter. If you are on Twitter, you can follow me at @LegInsurrection.  If you are not on Twitter, get on it. Facebook switched everyone to the new Timeline view.  You can “like” LI’s Facebook page, which has just over 2300 followers. There are 4300 registered users…
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