With apologies to Black Sabbath:
The last time we checked in on our Leftist Mob, they were calling for the head of Mozilla’s CEO, and we all recall how THAT turned out, don’t we?
Well, they’re back, and just as outrageously outraged as ever. This time, the Perpetually Perturbed Provocateurs got their knickers knotted over (what else?) someone’s opinion which dared run counter to the latest Leftist Dogma.
(via the Weekly Standard) – “…Last week, George Will wrote a column about how progressive politics have fomented “rape culture” on college campuses. The column was not well received by some, or even, as a great many of the histrionic responses would indicate, well understood. I received the following press release yesterday, headlined: “87,000 Call on The Washington Post to Address Sexism, Fire George Will.”
Posted in politics, Washington Post
Tagged George Will, Liberal, Nita Chaudhary, opinion, politics, the mob, UltraViolet, Washington Post, Weekly Standard, White House
At the risk of sounding like a broken record here, I’ll repeat something I’ve said many times over the last year:
We can’t allow ourselves to become distracted!
I know, I know: the kids are out of school, it’s summer vacation, yada, yada, yada… Plus, the news cycle has been consumed with a variety of items lately (George Zimmerman, Immigration, Obama’s Africa Extravaganza, Edward Snowden, etc.,…).
But while each of those stories are important to one degree or another, they’re all that’s been breathlessly hyperbolized by our National News Spinners. Meanwhile, one of the most debilitating laws in the history of our nation has continued to roll along: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare“.
Posted in government, Obama, Obamacare, politics
Tagged Affordable Care Act, fraud, health care, id theft, Obamacare, politics, repeal, Weekly Standard
We normally don’t insist on stuff like this, but today’s the exception: if you didn’t read the previous post on these Benghazi talking points, you really, really need to.
Why? Basically, this finally answers the question that the Left USED TO ask: “WHAT did the White House know, and WHEN did they know it”?
It turns out that they knew quite a bit, they knew it immediately, …and they’ve been lying to our faces about it from Day One.
This is an important revelation, and all credit goes to The Weekly Standard here. Their report includes far more detail than any video clip can summarize in four minutes, but Fox’s coverage below makes for a great follow-up to The Standard’s findings.
Posted in Benghazi, Islamist, Obama, politics
Tagged Benghazi, Benghazigate, cover-up, Fox News, Hillary Clinton, islamic extremists, Obama, politics, State Department, Weekly Standard
As I said just days ago:
“…And when (Obama) stands in front of the American people and offers the most amateurish of fibs, you know that it’s now not a matter of IF this is all going to come out, but merely WHEN.”
And here we go:
(From The Weekly Standard) – … The CIA’s Office of Terrorism Analysis prepared the first draft of a response to the congressman, which was distributed internally for comment at 11:15 a.m. on Friday, September 14 (Version 1 at right). This initial CIA draft included the assertion that the U.S. government “know[s] that Islamic extremists with ties to al Qaeda participated in the attack.”
The agency draft also raised the prospect that the facilities had been the subject of jihadist surveillance and offered a reminder that in the previous six months there had been “at least five other attacks against foreign interests in Benghazi by unidentified assailants, including the June attack against the British Ambassador’s convoy.”
Posted in Benghazi, politics
Tagged Benghazi, Benghazigate, cover-up, foreign policy, islamic extremists, jihad, middle-east, Obama, politics, Weekly Standard