davidl on April 6th, 2011

Micheal Steele right on Afghanistan, from Dan Riehl, Riehl World View: It seems to me, Steele and his defenders on that issue understood the implications of Obama’s changes in Afghanistan, while many of the self-professed intelligent folks in DC did not. Bush didn’t pursue a high intensity ground war in Afghanistan as conditions were and […]

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davidl on March 31st, 2010

So who is the Tea Bagger? I won tries to muddle the message, from USA Today: President Obama said many Tea Party followers have “mainstream legitimate concerns,” but their movement is built around a “core group” of opponents who call him a socialist and question his citizenship. Is the Dim One calling the Reverend Al […]

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davidl on March 14th, 2010

Dan Riehls the Left, Riehl World View: Isn’t It Time To Euthanize Reid’s Wife? I’m not sure I quite understand this, given that cost is so important as a burden to taxpayers when it comes to health care. If Democrats want so badly to abort babies because of it, why are we bothering with someone […]

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Eric Florack on October 22nd, 2009

Ya know, this is getting just a wee bit annoying. I said this yesterday morning: So, tell us, oh, vaunted master of the news cycle, what the bleep Rachel Maddow and Keith Olberman were doing in the room? And tell us, given the activities of they and a few other notable crazies inhabiting that channel, […]

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davidl on July 18th, 2009

Let me make myself clear, from the Wall Street Journal: In the health debate, liberals sing Hari Krishnas to the “public option” — a new federal insurance program like Medicare — but if it’s good enough for the middle class, then surely it’s good enough for the political class too? As it happens, more than […]

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davidl on February 3rd, 2009

Unfortunately, new facts have come to light – involving his failure to pay substantial taxes that were owed and his sizable income from health-related companies while he worked in the private sector – that call into question his suitability for the job. We believe that Mr. Daschle ought to step aside and let the president […]

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davidl on January 24th, 2009

The mainstream media treatment of the Kennedy clan as if they were somehow royalty irks me.   In the modern age, in civilized states, being treated a royal means comporting to actiing a manner befitting of royalty.    There is perious little the Kennedy’s have done that befits royalty. So when Moe Lane, posted a link to […]

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Eric Florack on October 27th, 2008

Joe the Plumber. You remember the story. Obama rolls up to his house one day. Joe plucks up his courage and asks a question of Barack Obama, the subject of which Mr. Obama would apparently rather not discuss. Result?  Joe gets attacked by the press, the unions and the Democrats. In short, they try to […]

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Eric Florack on September 17th, 2008

Like many, I’ve perceived the mainstream media as being in the tank for liberals and Democrats over the years. This year, however, it’s difficult to see them making it through November without collectively purchasing a larger tank. Between the ugliness of their attacks on Governor Palin and the over-flowing juices from their passion for Obama, […]

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Eric Florack on July 14th, 2008

You really can’t make this stuff up. Obama, fist bumping with a terrorist in the oval office.  (Gee, didn’t the most recent Democrat president, Bill Clinton, do that, where the terrorist was Yassir Arafat? ) A flag burning in the fireplace. Bin LAden’s portrait on the wall. The author of the cover says: I think […]

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