Friday, March 23, 2012

Santorum Endorses Obama

Rick Santorum suggested Thursday that re-electing President Barack Obama would be better than electing Republican rival Mitt Romney, a statement that is arguably his toughest criticism of Romney to date.

"You win by giving people a choice. You win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who's just going to be a little different than the person in there," Santorum told supporters in San Antonio. "If you're going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk with what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate of the future." 





Romney responded in a statement released by his campaign, saying that "any of the Republicans" would be better than Obama.

"I was disappointed to hear that Rick Santorum would rather have Barack Obama as president than a Republican," Romney said in a statement. "This election is more important than any one person. It is about the future of America. Any of the Republicans running would be better than President Obama and his record of failure."

I'm Perfectly Adjusted - Don't Fool Around With the Knobs

Adjusting the controls will not improve the show.

We've got to change the channel.


Saturday, March 10, 2012

Houston, Sheen, Lohan, Kardashian

Whitney Houston's death, while a sad thing, was the direct result of very unwise life choices. It dominates the news.
 
Charlie Sheen is 45 and his story is all over the news because he is a substance abuser, an adulterer, sexually promiscuous and obnoxious.

Lindsay Lohan is 24 and her story is all over the news because she is a celebrity drug addict and thief.

Something as frivolous as Kim Kardashian’s stupid wedding [and short-lived marriage] was shoved down our throats, While........


Justin Allen 23
Brett Linley 29
Matthew Weikert 29
Justus Bartett 27
Dave Santos 21
Jesse Reed 26
Matthew Johnson 21
Zachary Fisher 24
Brandon King 23
Christopher Goeke 23
and Sheldon Tate 27...


Are all Marines that gave their lives last month for you. There is no media for them; not even a mention of their names.

Friday, March 9, 2012

5 miles east of Clovis

5 miles east of Clovis, NM.  Hwy 60-70-84.
That's the Texaco highway for those of you who don't know.


Sunday, March 4, 2012

Analysis of President Obama Birth Certificate Construction

This is the complete (over an hour long) press conference of the recent analysis of the Obama long-form birth certificate produced by the White House last year.

In order to view the individual videos presented at the press conference more clearly, each one of the 6 videos is included below.

I make no judgement on this presentation, and am merely posting it here for your consideration - it speaks (clearly) for itself.


Below are the individual videos shown in the press conference:

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The Debt Generation (formerly the Obama Generation)

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Andrew Breitbart Dead of "Natural Causes"


Whacking the Liberal Beehive often results in a death from "natural" causes.
 
Outspoken Conservative was 43


Andrew Breitbart, the outspoken conservative writer, activist and website operator, has died unexpectedly in Los Angeles, where he lived with a wife and four young children. He was 43.

Breitbart was pronounced dead at the UCLA Medical Center shortly after midnight, the Los Angeles County coroner's office told Yahoo News. The cause of death was not immediately known, a spokesman at the coroner's office said.

One of his websites, BigGovernment.com, announced his death early Thursday.

"Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles," the note on his website read. "We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior. Andrew lived boldly, so that we more timid souls would dare to live freely and fully, and fight for the fragile liberty he showed us how to love."

It's unclear what those natural causes were. A representative for the website did not immediately return a request for more information. According to the Associated Press, Breitbart collapsed while walking near his home in Brentwood. Paramedics could not revive him.

"He was one of the most fearless people I ever knew," a shaken Jonah Goldberg, founding editor of the National Review Online, said on Fox News. "One of his favorite pastimes was to retweet all of the hate that people threw at him, because he considered it a badge of honor. It was his Wheaties."

Goldberg added: "He was the modern conservative's iteration of a 1960s radical. He loved the fight."

"He was completely fearless," Tucker Carlson, editor of the Daily Caller, said. "And he thrived on the brawling."

"What a huge loss, in my opinion for our country and certainly for the conservative movement," Rick Santorum told press traveling with his campaign. "My prayers go out to his family."

"RIP 'O Mighty Warrior!" Texas Gov. Rick Perry wrote on Twitter.

"The conservative movement has lost a powerful voice in the fight to protect our freedom," Ned Ryun, president of the American Majority and one of Breitbart's friends, said. "Andrew was a pioneer in using social media and digital technology to bring a courageous conservative message to America's grass roots. He did something many in the conservative movement are afraid to do--go right at the left and not back down. He served as an example to the rest of the conservative movement of how to fight for our values without apology or compromise."

Breitbart's death was also a blow to his liberal friends, too.

"It was always funny to many of his friends that Andrew Breitbart, after he became famous, was probably most famous for being a 100 percent polarizing political lightning rod," Matt Welch, editor-in-chief of Reason magazine, wrote on Thursday. "The reason that was funny was two-fold: He didn't actually have strong philosophical/policy beliefs--at all--and he was always perfectly comfortable and perfectly welcome in ideologically and culturally diverse settings."

"I was asked many times this morning for my thoughts on what Andrew meant to the political world, but all I can think of at the moment is what Andrew meant to me as a friend, starting from when we worked together," Arianna Huffington wrote in an email to Yahoo News. "His passion, his exuberance, his fearlessness. And above all, what I'm thinking of at the moment is his amazing wife Susie and their four beautiful young children. My love and thoughts are with them right now."

Breitbart helped launch the Huffington Post before moving the Drudge Report--where he served as Matt Drudge's deputy--and eventually launching his own cache of right-wing websites, including Breitbart.com, Breitbart.TV, Big Government, Big Hollywood, Big Journalism and Big Peace.

And in the hothouse world of online political media, they broke some big news. Breitbart--who once told Slate his "entire business model is to go on offense"--was credited with breaking a series of undercover videos showing alleged malfeasance at the offices of community-organizing group ACORN.

Last June, Breitbart's BigGovernment.com broke the original story of New York Rep. Anthony Weiner's lewd Twitter photo, which Weiner initially denied was his, then a cache of photos on Monday that forced Weiner's hand. At Weiner's infamous second press conference to confess to his improprieties, Breitbart preempted Weiner, grabbing the microphone.

"I'm here for some vindication," Breitbart barked. "The media says, 'Breitbart lies, Breitbart lies, Breitbart lies.' Give me one provable lie." (Jon Stewart later compared Breitbart scene-stealing appearance at Weiner's presser to Kanye West.)

"He was probably the most fearless person I ever met," Greg Gutfeld, host of Fox News' "The Five," said.

In 2010, though, Breitbart's credibility was burned after his website posted video excerpts of a 40-minute NAACP speech by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture employee Shirley Sherrod that appeared to show her making racist comments. However, Breitbart drew fire when the speech was published in full, showing that selectively edited video had taken the remarks out of context--but not before Sherrod was fired. (The White House later apologized for dismissing Sherrod, a longtime USDA official, and Sherrod sued Breitbart for defamation.)

"I love my job," Breitbart wrote in an update to "Righteous Indignation," his 2011 book. "I love fighting for what I believe in. I love having fun while doing it. I love reporting stories that the Complex refuses to report. I love fighting back, I love finding allies, and--famously--I enjoy making enemies."

But in his final tweet, at 11:25 p.m. PST on Wednesday, he offered one follower an apology.

"I called you a putz cause I thought you were being intentionally disingenuous," he wrote in response to Lamar White Jr., a Louisiana blogger. "If not I apologize."