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A peek into the Future. The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony Transcript

Posted in Culture, Media, Politics with tags , , on October 9, 2009 by thedoyle

Obama: I would like to thank everyone who…

Kanye: Barack, Imma let you finish but Ahmadinejad did the most to promote world Peace of all time. OF ALL TIME!!!

Obama is not interested in photo ops, he’s only interested in photo ops. UPDATED

Posted in Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , on October 6, 2009 by thedoyle

When I saw the other day that Obama refused to meet with the Dalai Lama my first thought was Gunga Galunga my second thought is that Obama really is a weasel. Obama has to meet with the ChiComs next month and he obviously wants to suck up to them in way no President has ever sucked up before. What was most amusing to me though, was insistence from Obama’s officials that it had nothing to do with the up coming meeting and had to do with the fact “this president is not interested in symbolism or photo ops but in deliverables

What a crock. The NY Post shows exactly how interested Obama is in symbolism and photo ops, because yesterday it went wrong.

There is little I love more than watching Obama and his administration caught in lie after lie and embarrassment after embarrassment. The only thing I love more than that is watching his lemmings try to cover for him.

UPDATE: Michelle Malkin has also noticed the Photo Op here and here. The second story is an in-depth look at not just the propaganda but also what is lurking behind it. Check it out.

A great video about Liberal hypocrisy

Posted in Culture, Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on October 5, 2009 by thedoyle

The youtube channel is PaulWilliamsWorld, but not sure if he made it or is just showing it, either its a great video. Watch it and email it friends.

Whose fault is it?

Posted in Culture, Economy, Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 4, 2009 by thedoyle

According to President Obama and his blind-faith worshipers its all the Republican’s fault that he can’t get anything done and that the stimulus is a failure.

John Hinderaker at Powerline notes a section of Obama’s recent radio address where Obama is now trying to say that Healthcare is important for jobs. Actually it will kill more jobs if it passes but that’s not the point I am raising here. Instead look at Obama’s comment, “I will not accept partisan efforts to block reform at any cost.” There is no way the republicans CAN BLOCK ANYTHING, they are totally out of power, they cannot filibuster they cannot vote anything down. Obama is already trying to lay the groundwork for blaming any failure on a party who cannot stop him. Obama’s problem is other Democrats who have actually listened to the people and the people have told them, “no freakin’ way.” But Obama obviously can’t go around blaming his own party, that’s political suicide so he opts for outright lies, which is his standard play.

Over at Pirate’s Cove, William Teach has noted another liberal trying to blame Republicans for Obama’s failure. I stole his post title, I admit it. Teach correctly notes the difference between who owns what fault when Bush was in office and now and also correctly notes the odd rush to pass the stimulus and the lack of any result.

Finally, Saturday Night Live mocked Obama’s lack of any results in their opening skit last night but at least they didn’t blame Republicans. Its a sad day when SNL is more intellectually honest then our President or his followers.

Top 10 Reasons Letterman keeps going after Sarah Palin

Posted in Culture, Media with tags , , , , , , on October 3, 2009 by thedoyle

10.Can’t believe she doesn’t take advantage of her own employees.
9. Hoped that by mocking a woman no one would notice how much he seems to like any woman who comes along.
8. Was blackmailed by an evil CBS producer to do it.
7. Angry at her rejection to join his staff.
6. Was tired of only getting women who worked for him and hoped she’d see through the schoolboy insults that he really liked her.
5. Still broken after not getting The Tonight Show.
4. He’s a liberal-has-been-hack-comedian who can only get women who owe their jobs to him.
3. Jumped on the bandwagon with self-loathing after seeing the country mock an attractive woman next to an shriveled old man during the election because it hit too close to home.
2. Not a lot of time to write real jokes when you are bed hoping with everyone at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
1. Three words: Todd Palin Envy

So much for Civility

Posted in Culture, Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 2, 2009 by thedoyle

Nothing like a little Liberal hypocrisy to start the day. Nancy Pelosi took to the microphones and complained about the rhetoric being used, I already pointed out her hypocrisy on this before but this new chapter is too good to pass up.

The other day I posted about the congressman, Alan Grayson from FL, who went went on a vitriolic attack and the complete lack of outrage from Liberals. Just as reminder the RNC put out a video showing everyone the truth behind the Left’s calls for civility.

Now Pelosi went to bat for her Democratic colleague, at a press conference not only did she dismiss the need for an apology, she also outright lied AND almost slipped and made the point that Joe Wilson should not have had to apologize.

It is important to note that Wilson DID apologize to the President directly, so Pelosi’s claim that everyone should have to apologize is a lie. It is also important to note that Republicans have given numerous plans to reform healthcare, so her claim they have no plan is lie number 2, although she got that lie from Obama himself. And then there is her slip of “there’s no more reason for Mr.Grayson to apologize than for…uh”…. uh what? Then for Mr. Wilson to apologize? Well if that’s the case will they take back their “distraction” of a rebuke? Somehow I doubt it.

Pelosi is a true waste of flesh much like the Left in general. I’ve said before I think the calls for civility are jokes but no matter what, Liberals are the biggest jokes of all.

Free Speech restrictions for the greater good.

Posted in Culture, Media, Politics with tags , , , , , , on September 30, 2009 by thedoyle

Always beware anything that the government does for the greater good especially when they trample on specific rights. The Cato Institute’s David Rittgers posts about the new Cyberbullying law proposed in Congress and Congress is holding hearings today on this subject.

If this law passes, I wonder if my whole blog will be illegal. I insult people on a daily basis. My facebook page could be a crime scene, here I am sardonic but at least somewhat restrained, there I let go with both barrels. Ah well let them come for me.