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Saturday Night Card Game (Chris Matthews evolves from race card to WTF card on Obama-gates)

Saturday Night Card Game (Chris Matthews evolves from race card to WTF card on Obama-gates)

It started with the usual defense, it’s all about racism (h/t Hot Air)

But wait, maybe ….

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Maybe there really is a problem there… (h/t Hot Air)

Heads exploding … WTF is going on at the White House?

Evolution is real!

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Frankly, I’ve decided that Chris Matthews is bipolar.

OMG, I am *still* giggling over that heading. WTF card. Hee!

LukeHandCool | May 18, 2013 at 8:32 pm

I think Chris was trampled when somebody yelled “Secretly subpoenaed phone records!” inside a theater crowded with AP reporters.

Too early to hear B.B. King sing, “The Thrill is Gone”?

LukeHandCool (whose daughter, along with three friends, made the front page of the LA Times today in its picture of graduation ceremonies at USC)

    How marvelous, LHC! Congratulations to your daughter (and you, of course).

    tell her a perfect stranger says congrats 🙂
    I’ll leave it to you if you want to make it sound creepy to mess with her mind or not 🙂

    LukeHandCool in reply to LukeHandCool. | May 18, 2013 at 8:52 pm

    Awww, thanks, you guys 🙂

    Little does the LA Times know these are conservative, LI-type kids they pictured. Her boyfriend was the first intern at William Morris this year to be offered a permanent job. Our daughter also wants to work in the entertainment biz and is interning at NBC Universal.

    It’s all part of the legal (and quiet) insurrection to take back our institutions.

BWWWWWAAAAAHAHAHAhahahah…

(You have to take your guffaws were you find them…)

Did I just hear Eric Holder say the subpoena was good, not because of facts he knew, but because he assumed it was done properly??

That’s a lawyer?

If I do that, my clients lose their property rights. How is it that a US Attorney General has less responsibility than your friendly, neighborhood patent attorney?

    Valerie in reply to Valerie. | May 18, 2013 at 10:34 pm

    For those who don’t know the background, there is a statutory provision, 37 C.F.R. 10.18 that says that my signature on a paper within my scope of professional action acts as a statement that I have made a reasonable effort to check any fact that I may be asserting.

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Valerie. | May 19, 2013 at 11:05 am

    “How is it that a US Attorney General has less responsibility than your friendly, neighborhood patent attorney?”

    One is appointed, the other proceeds on merit.

      Ragspierre in reply to Henry Hawkins. | May 19, 2013 at 11:39 am

      Both are…under a rule of law regime…held to the same standard.

      Which, in a banana republic (as here) goes by the wayside.

      The notion that Holder “recused” himself without memorializing that is a dirty joke. He never did any such thing.

The principles of evolution certainly. They are objective and inviolable, which raises the question why anyone would normalize behaviors which are antithetical to their fitness. The Theory of Evolution, however, is a combination of philosophical and scientific observations. Science is only valid within limited frames of reference. The integrity of science is routinely violated (e.g. origin of species) by “scientists” and others when they venture outside that frame.

Two Words: Jim Crow

These are the tactics being used by the Democrat IRS.

Liberal Political Bias is the New Racism.

Pass It On.

BannedbytheGuardian | May 19, 2013 at 2:22 am

Only because it has been overrun by recent events but ….

The German Home School political asylum case has been lost – as I predicted.

Ariel Castro has pleaded not guilty – 🙁

This whole mentality that the “left is out to destroy america” is just as detrimental to societal progression as saying “the right only cares about the rich and powerful.” The “us vs them” mentality proliferates on these blogs, forums, and other feeds simply placates people’s own ideological leanings and works in service of those in power. Its disheartening to see it everywhere.

@bannedbyguardian: It should of been lost. Forced public school doesn’t restrict a person’s religious beliefs.

    BannedbytheGuardian in reply to xpiher. | May 19, 2013 at 8:17 am

    I cannot say whether it should have or not but just noting it because there was a post about a month ago .

    Ragspierre in reply to xpiher. | May 19, 2013 at 8:38 am

    “Forced public school doesn’t restrict a person’s religious beliefs.”

    That goes well with the rest of your post.

    A cardinally stupid thing to say. I’m sure you never gave it a moment’s thought.

    Radegunda in reply to xpiher. | May 19, 2013 at 12:03 pm

    Somebody whose stated agenda is “fundamentally transforming the United States of America” necessarily aims to destroy what it “fundamentally” has been. He was mentored by a card-carrying Communist and was known as a revolutionary Marxist in college. His actions in office demonstrate hostility to the restraints of a constitutional republic.

    He has seeded his administration with Muslim Brotherhood associates. He aids and abets Islamic supremacism, while bullying and denigrating Christians. He said the U.S. is not a Christian country; he also said it IS a Muslim country.

    He commands that criminal aliens from Mexico and Guatemala (even felons) be treated leniently – indeed, welcomed with open arms. But he turns a cold shoulder to a law-abiding Christian family that’s taking responsibility for the moral formation of their own children.

    Yes, he is trying to destroy America.

    Radegunda in reply to xpiher. | May 19, 2013 at 12:35 pm

    The German family was first granted asylum. Why did Holder’s “Justice” Department find that so intolerable? (Remember Holder – the guy who claims it’s a “human right” for illegal aliens from Mexico to remain here.)

    Forced public school in Germany is expressly intended to enforce uniformity of worldview, to minimize the possibility that people will question the state ideology.

    If children were forced to attend schools with daily Christian prayers and Bible readings and lectures on the evil of atheism, would you say it didn’t infringe on religious freedom? Would you tell atheists (and Hindus, Muslims, et al.) that they had no right to educate their children according to their own values? Probably not.

    Leftists today crack down ferociously on the slightest hint of a Christian idea in a public school, lest it taint an impressionable child’s brain forever. They hold that uttering the word “Christmas” is a menace and an infringement on religious freedom.

    Then they turn around and claim that several hours a day of state-approved indoctrination has no affect whatsoever on parents’ freedom to guide their children’s religious and moral development. That is flat-out irrational.

On the AP-gate scandal, this is what I understand (corrections are welcome, btw)…

1. AP gets the story on a successful counter-terrorism operation via a “leak”

2. if you want to know where that leak came from, enter “1600 Pennsylvania Ave.” on your GPS

3. AP agrees to embargo the story on some kind of quid pro quo with “the administration”…nobody at DoJ has a problem

4. hearing “the administration” intends to release the story, AP decides to take the scoop

5. NOW DoJ is ALL enraged about a “breach of national security”

Is that about right?

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Ragspierre. | May 19, 2013 at 11:08 am

    “Is that about right?”

    That’s their claim. I’d factify (heh) it to this:

    5. NOW DoJ is ALL enraged because one of the WH dogs slipped its leash.

legalizehazing | May 19, 2013 at 2:01 pm

I’ve got to say.. How is this clown not fired for all of this racist bullsh*t. This network is serious? These people go to work taking themselves seriously .. to produce this unadulterated bullsh*t? wtf – wtf

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