Thursday, July 21, 2016

Bill Clinton: Trump is who you want

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Michelle Obama Loves Her Saul Alinsky. Melania Trump - not so much.

Melania Trump — or her speechwriters — stand accused of plagiarizing several lines from First Lady Michelle Obama’s 2008 Democratic National Convention speech (which was itself accused of lifting lines from Saul Alinsky).

Is there guilt here?  Yes, however the only thing Melania's speechwriters have done is to regurgitate staid cliches and phrases that have been literary standards for eons.  The one that really gets me is "My word is my bond" . . . if uttering that phrase must be considered as plagiarism then the millions of people that have uttered, written, posted, texted, or tweeted that phrase surely should be put to death.

Here is a not-so-comprehensive list of the Top Ten Democrat Line Lifters that I unabashedly lifted myself from Breitbart.

Of course, the top plagiarists, liars and prevaricators on this list include fine upstanding copycats like both Obamas, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, etc. ad nauseam.

As an aside, I'd estimate that the leftist national media outlets have already spent more effort scrutinizing every jot and tittle of Melania Trumps speech than they have on Hillary Clinton's felonious violations of  the National Security.

When Democrats do the same — or worse — the political damage tends to be far worse, since a significant proportion of the media can be counted upon to distill the “larger truth” of whatever it was they are trying to say. Even for Democrats, however, excuses do run out.

Here are the top 10 most serious cases of Democratic plagiarism, among contemporary political figures:

10. Rep. Ami Bera (D-CA). The California doctor and congressman admitted borrowing lines in an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee pushing for fast-track negotiating authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Buzzfeed, which made the initial catch, noted that Bera had borrowed heavily from Obama administration talking points and from pro-business sources.

9. Sen. John Walsh (D-MT): Walsh retired in 2014 after youthful plagiarism was uncovered. The New York Times reported: “His withdrawal from the race comes about two weeks after The New York Times reported that in 2007 Mr. Walsh plagiarized large sections of the final paper he completed to earn his master’s degree at the prestigious Army War College in Carlisle, Pa.”

8. Mary Burke, candidate for WI governor. The Democrats’ 2014 nominee against incumbent Republican Scott Walker was caught by Buzzfeed: “Large portions of Wisconsin Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke’s jobs plan for Wisconsin appear to be copied directly from the plans of three Democratic candidates who ran for governor in previous election cycles.”

7. Susan Wismer, candidate for SD governor. In another catch for Buzzfeed‘s Andrew Kaczynski, South Dakota’s 2014 Democratic nominee was caught borrowing campaign materials — including, ironically, biographical material from Mary Burke of Wisconsin (#8 above), who herself faced plagiarism accusations in the same election cycle, just days before.

6. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). The liberal firebrand from Harvard, whose claims to Native American ancestry have never been authenticated, contributed several recipes to a cookbook called Pow Wow Chow in the 1980s. In 2012, it emerged that several of those recipes appeared to have been stolen from the New York Times — and were French, not Native American.

5. Sen. John Kerry (D-MA). The current Secretary of State faced several accusations of plagiarism during his 2004 presidential campaign, including the claim that he copied several passages in his 2007 book from other sources, and speculation that he may have stolen a campaign trail “memory” from Hillary Clinton’s memoir of the 1992 election.

4. Michelle Obama. Though the accusation never found traction in the mainstream media, the aspiring First Lady appeared to have lifted phrases from Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radical — a classic primer on community organizing — and attributed them to her husband. It is conceivable that Obama, an accused plagiarizer himself (see below), passed them off as his own.

3. Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE). Biden’s 1988 presidential aspirations were destroyed after it emerged that he borrowed heavily from British Labour Party politician Neal Kinnock — not just Kinnock’s words, but his biographical details. He was also found to have plagiarized in law school. Biden still made it to the top — or near the top — on charm and sheer perseverance.

2. Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY). The 2008 and 2016 presidential candidate was accused, both times, of plagiarizing others’ lines — and her own. Most recently, she was accused by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) of stealing his talking points, partly in an effort to convince left-wing voters that there was no distance between the two. Her effort inspired a hashtag: #StealtheBern.

1. Barack Obama. The supposedly great orator was caught lifting the major refrain, “Don’t tell me words don’t matter,” from Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, his friend and fellow Harvard Law graduate. The irony of arguing for the importance of words, and then borrowing those words without attribution, was a sign of just how empty so many of those words really were.

Monday, July 18, 2016

Even Jeh Johnson Doesn't Call the Dallas massacre a Hate Crime

Obama's Secretary of Homeland Security - the boot licking stooge otherwise known as Jeh Johnson apparently agrees with Ebony Magazine.

The bushwhacking murder of innocent policemen by avowed racists cannot be called either a terrorist act or a hate crime!  It was just "bad".  Johnson even quotes the killer as saying his intent was to kill white people.

Apparently, if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, then it takes further analysis to say it may be something (he can't utter the word "duck").

Again, here is a link to the video.


I think I'm gonna puke.

Killing White People is NOT a Hate Crime - According to Ebony Magazine

Ebony Editor Isn’t Sure Killing White People Should Be Considered a ‘Hate Crime’

After President Barack Obama said the murder of fives Dallas police officers was a “hate crime,” EBONY editor Jamilah Lemieux said she wasn’t “comfortable” with the use of the term to describe the murder of white police officers.

“I have to say, I would not describe ‘hate crime’ as the most comfortable word choice, considering these circumstances,” she said on CNN Wednesday

Furthermore, she argued, “when we use a phrase like ‘hate crime,’ we’re typically referring to crimes against people of color, people of various religious groups, LGBT people, people who have been historically attacked, abused or disenfranchised on the basis of their identity. To now extend that to the majority group and a group of people that have a history with African-Americans that has been abusive– and we can apply that to either police officers or to Caucasians– I think gets into very tricky territory.”

CNN contributor and former FBI agent Steve Moore wasn’t buying that argument. “You can’t just say that only certain groups are allowed to be hated, only certain groups can have crimes designated as hate crimes against them,” he replied. “That’s racism.”

Really - I'm not kidding!

Here are a couple of links to the video:

This video will probably be scrubbed soon, so just google  "CNN ebony hate crime" and you will get plenty of hits.

Sunday, July 17, 2016

Some Europeans are Starting to Get it. Its the Islamists, Stupid!

Yes, the fellow in this video has got it figured out. Too bad there are tens of millions of granola munching liberal boobs here in the USA that think the solution is to deploy the Rodney King philosophy.

Hashtags like #HugAMuslim, or #PrayForISIS ain't gonna cut it folks.

BOHICA: Martial Law and Nazi police tactics

Here is a direct quote from the President of the Cleveland Police Patrolmen's association.

"We are sending a letter to Gov. Kasich requesting assistance from him. He could very easily do some kind of executive order or something -- I don't care if it's constitutional or not at this point,  . . .  I couldn't care less if it's legal or not. "
 Stephen Loomis,president of Cleveland Police Patrolmen's Association

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Talk Stupidly and Carry a Big Mouth

What this country needs is Presidential Mouth Control.
What is not needed is gun control.