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July 29, 2009

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gringoman

And like Professor Barry, Axelrod and Deadfish, we can't forget the Pailin Paradox......

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INTERNET//////Why is Dowd so obssessed with Palin? As the feminist she is, shouldn't she be talking about how far women have come? That is what this is about for me...I am so sick of the sexism that seems to follow Pailin where ever she goes....sexism from both men and women. Quite frankly it is a bore and makes me wonder where all the anger comes from.

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GRINGOMAN///////Isn't it obvious? Pailin has it all: husband, family, career, children. Worse yet, she's a national celebrity who excites millions and drives liberals crazier than they already seem to be. It goes even deeper. Many elite women feel devalued by her. She, unlike so many of them, has a life that is happy and fulfilled. How dare she? Really. How DARE she! And not even anointed by the Ivy League Holy Priesthood! (Yes, I concede that Pailin should work on her vocal delivery. Even a 'grate' can be overcome. Voice teachers have done wonders.)


What does Maureen Dowd, now a woman of a certain age, have, despite all her successful elitism and a certain sophisticated wit?

A column in the New York Times?

Pity her. It takes effort? Work on it. Channel your inner Christian. Can the daughter of a Catholic detective ever be completely lost?

gringoman

As for Monica's theory on Hillary's conniving against a deflated Doctor Chicago (Rush's term) for 2012.......


No political race in sight, but Hillary Clinton's camp is election-ready

BY Michael Mcauliff
DAILY NEWS WASHINGTON BUREAU

Updated Wednesday, July 29th 2009, 10:32 AM
Garcia/Bloomberg

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks at a news conference earlier this month.

Hillary Clinton says running for future office isn't on her radar, but she's got an army of campaign staffers and millions of dollars on hand, so do you believe her?

Yes, her presidential moment is passed, so what else could she do?

No, the Clintons keep coming back. This won't be her last post.


WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton says running for office isn't on her "radar," but she still has an eight-person political team and sports two overflowing campaign war chests.

Her team transformed the former Democratic White House contender's massive campaign debts into a $3 million mountain of political cash, according to federal fund-raising records through the end of June.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/2009/07/29/2009-07-29_hillary_camp_is_election_ready.html#ixzz0MfmGqeGw

xbjllb

Gringo, your porn queen cliche Palin hasn't got a chance in hell at the Presidency.

Just the obvious hypocrisy alone of being a conservative Christian with a porn queen cliche image kills her. Even I find that offensive.

Tone down the makeup and the beehive; try contacts, lower the skirts, try wearing suits, never EVER put a pencil in that beehive, and maybe, just maybe she'll have a chance.

Nah... forget it. It's a lost cause. Too much milf ego.

DJ

-- "Many elite women feel devalued by her. She, unlike so many of them, has a life that is happy and fulfilled. How dare she? Really. How DARE she!"

Spot on, Gringoman! I think the fact that she's so happy really drives the snobby liberal eleite (and some "conservative" [eg.Peggy Noonan]) women over the edge. Unlike the shrieking voice and reptilian stare of Hillary "Rodhamus K. Bottomus" Clinton, Sarah Palin is extremely attractive both in appearance and personality -- highly intelligent too.

xbjllb

Wow. You Palin guys are so adept at typing with one hand...

gringoman


Originally Posted by gringoman
It's not just Obama's original birth certificate at issue. WND has reported that among the documentation not yet available for Obama includes his kindergarten records, his Punahou school records, his Occidental College records, his Columbia University records, his Columbia thesis, his Harvard Law School records, his Harvard Law Review articles, his scholarly articles from the University of Chicago, his passport, his medical records, his files from his years as an Illinois state senator, his Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records, and his adoption records.


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Originally Posted by sironin
None of those are a matter of public record. By default, you don't have any sort of right to see them.

GRINGOMAN/////////If that's the lawyering, even for the highest office in the land, then it remains a question of ethical openness, transparency of personal records, something honored by American Presidents. Americans do not expect their President to be as personally opaque as a gangster, even if he's from Chicago.

gringoman

-- "Many elite women feel devalued by her. She, unlike so many of them, has a life that is happy and fulfilled. How dare she? Really. How DARE she!"

Spot on, Gringoman! I think the fact that she's so happy really drives the snobby liberal eleite (and some "conservative" [eg.Peggy Noonan]) women over the edge. Unlike the shrieking voice and reptilian stare of Hillary "Rodhamus K. Bottomus" Clinton, Sarah Palin is extremely attractive both in appearance and personality -- highly intelligent too.

Posted by: DJ | July 29, 2009 at 02:30 PM

DJ,

Yes, the unfulfilled elitenik gals are deeply resentful of Pailin. It's no wonder they can't stand her. Just her existence has to be an affront to their lives. Even the ones with fairly glitzy careers can't forgive her for feeling less empty than many of them feel. I can be sympathetic to the problems that LibMan has helped entrap them into.

What's funny, though, is how the girly menschen freak out over Sarah. She's got them wacked out, and ideologically wacking off. What they resent is that she, unlike Shrillary, may not even have fag-hag potential. It's outrageous to them. In fact, they darkly suspect that she may go along with the majority of Americans on whether to grant Harry and Larry the right to mooch on one ofthe world's oldest institutions.

Unacceptable, unforgivable---except to most of the human race.

Dgscol

Three Chinese prisoners get to talking about why they are there. "I am here because I always got to work five minutes late, and they charged me with sabotage," says the first. "I am here because I kept getting to work five minutes early, and they charged me with spying," says the second. "I am here because I got to work on time every day," says the third, "and they charged me with secretly owning a watch from a capitalist country."

david

Let me tell you what will happen with health care in my case to explain how it will work.Every two years where I worked.Every two years they give you a choice from three or four choices.Each one has a different price.Of course you choose the cheapest one that takes care of your needs.The city sets the prices on each policy that basically tricks you into taken the cheapest one When the health care scam goes through and more people go on the public choice the prices on the the private plan will continue to rise.Small businesses will have no choice but to go with the government plan.and as more and more of the private go to government plan.The higher the price will go up.Well you say that will take years.I'm retired from a city.Within one year I guarrentee every city state county and federal retiree will be put on the government plan.When that happens everyone will have to go on the Government plan.The only ones that won't have to is the eliteats.Later Oh and you think the well off will have to stand in line with you. Dream on.

dennis the kookinich

Hey Monica, the excuse being pandered on the blogs is the reason why you lost your weekday radio gig is because you appear on tv once a week. I don't get it. Hannity was broadcasting at the same time you were, and he still does a daily one hour tv show. How come he can show up everyday and you can't. (and please, all you droolin' loons out there. stop touching yourself)

youdontknowyourself

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTPsFIsxM3w

M/M

I was listening to Savage on the way home and he called me, one of the 12 women who listens to Michael Savage, a “Savagette”. LOL.

I don’t even read what those chicks say about Gov. Palin anymore. They sound like a bunch of b****y sorority sisters who won’t let you into their sorority because you wear the wrong clothes.

Kind of like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fbTLGAzaXPw

BOR ing.

“For the first time in my adult life”, I experienced REAL sexism when the media, especially from the “professional” media women who criticized her for balancing her family with her political ambitions. I was surprised to find that Michael Jackson was impressed with how Diana Ross try to give her children (and she seemed to have a few) a normal family life when they were touring with her by doing things like tucking them into bed at night. June Carter is another entertainer who seemed to be able to balance her family life with her career. (I remember reading that she would clean her own house even when she was a big star.)


M/M

I think it is great that Glenn Beck is saying what MANY of us are thinking. As he played this clip, I thought of how certain people on the Left were forced to reexamine their stereotypes during the Crowley/Gates incident.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1etj68cO7zk

M/M

HOW ABOUT A NATIONAL CONVERSATION ON RACE HOAXES?
July 29, 2009


You could not ask for a more perfect illustration of the thesis of my latest book, "Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault on America," than the black president of the United States attacking a powerless white cop for arresting a black Harvard professor -- in a city with a black mayor and a state with a black governor -- as the professor vacations in Martha's Vineyard.

In modern America, the alleged "victim" is always really the aggressor, and the alleged "aggressor" is always the true victim.

President Barack Obama planted the question during a health care press conference, hoping he could satisfy the Chicago Sun-Times, which has been accusing him of not being black enough. He somehow imagined that the rest of the country might not notice the president of the United States gratuitously attacking a cop in a case of alleged "racial profiling."

Oops.

Suddenly, with the glare of the national spotlight being turned on a small local story, it became clear that there was no "racial profiling" involved -- other than by the black Harvard professor, who lorded his credentials and connections over a white working-class cop.

We wouldn't have known about this case at all if the professor, Henry Louis Gates Jr., hadn't blast e-mailed the universe that he was harassed by racist cops. Gates thought it would be a feather in his cap, not realizing there are huge areas of the country where people don't think it's heroic to browbeat cops checking on you after you break into your own house, such as 99 percent of the country outside of Cambridge.

Contrary to liberals' ardent desire, Sgt. James Crowley was not on tape saying, "I know it's his house, but let's stick it to this uppity negro." (Curiously, the tape of Gates' call demanding to talk to the chief of police to "report" Crowley has been withheld. Some watchdog group has got to demand that tape.)

But what if Crowley hadn't been a model policeman who taught diversity classes and once famously gave mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to a black athlete?

What if the 911 caller had identified the suspected burglars as black, which it turns out she did not?

What if Crowley hadn't been fully supported by other cops at the scene, one Hispanic and one black? (Liberals will say cops stick together, but I say liberals stick together.)

What if, at some point in his life, Crowley had been accused -- falsely or not -- of racism?

His life would be ruined.

Desperate to blame the cop, despite the facts, some liberals have begun making up their own facts. Radio talker Opio Sokoni claimed Crowley told Gates to "shut up" and "I'm going to win, you're going to jail." Even Gates doesn't claim the cop said that.

On MSNBC's "Hardball," Chris Matthews said that Gates did not say, "I'll speak with your mama outside," as stated in the police report.

"He didn't say this," Matthews asserted as fact. This invented fact allowed Matthews to accuse the cop of engaging in "projection" and to conjure Crowley's psychological state, saying, this is "what a white guy thought a black guy would say."

Eugene Robinson endorsed Matthews' invented fact, saying: "I cannot imagine in this universe Skip Gates saying, 'I'll speak with your mama outside.'" As proof, Robinson explained that Gates "rolls with kings and queens and Nobel Prize winners." (I'm not "projecting" what I think a black man would say; he really said that.)

And then they both had a laugh about the cop applying racist stereotypes to such an esteemed figure as Professor Gates, who apparently would NEVER use the phrase "your mama."

First, unlike these aesthetes, I don't consider "your mama" such an implausible expression for someone to use.

Second, Sgt. Crowley wrote his police report, including the "your mama" line, long before he, or anyone else, could have imagined the arrest was going to become nationwide, front-page news.

Third, there's a video of Gates using the N-word all over the Internet, and in that short, three-minute video, Gates uses the phrase "your mama."

The only contrary evidence is that Gates recently denied that he told the cop he'd "speak with your mama outside." He also desperately wants to drop the subject.

The left's last-ditch attempt to defend a powerful black man's attack on a powerless white man is to say the arrest was improper. In Time magazine, Lawrence O'Donnell factually announced, "Yelling does not meet the definition of disorderly conduct in Massachusetts."

You can argue the facts in court, but there's no question that the police report described the misdemeanor offense of "disorderly conduct" under Massachusetts law, which includes engaging in "tumultuous behavior" in "any neighborhood," thereby causing public "inconvenience, annoyance or alarm."

As everyone who's read the police report knows, Gates is described as going on an extended tirade against the officer, calling him a racist, saying the officer didn't know who he was messing with, acting irrationally, following the officer outside to continue haranguing him, and engaging in "tumultuous behavior" in and outside his house, drawing a small crowd of alarmed onlookers and police.

Suppose a cop didn't arrest a guy who was ranting and raving -- in his own home -- and, an hour later, the hothead assaults someone. Policeman: I was as surprised as anyone that he shot his girlfriend! Every liberal in the country would demand the cop's head.

And by the way, try screaming at a judge that he's a racist and see what happens. Why should police officers deserve less protection than judges? They're in more danger.

The disorderly conduct charge was not dropped because it wasn't a good arrest. It was dropped, according to Gates' own lawyer, because of Gates' connections.

Before liberals declare that this a case of racial profiling and move on, how about liberals produce one provable example of racial profiling that isn't a hoax?

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In case you missed THIS video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1etj68cO7zk

kats

Monica, you were right, O'Reilly and Colmbes (sp ?) were wrong. I can't imagine what their motive is to dispute your position on talking to the Taliban. Pray tell?

DJ

More on race hoaxes:

http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives/hate_crime_hoaxes/

M/M

When the First Affimative Action President and the racist professor lecture us on racism tomorrow, just want to remind you that when Imus and Bernard were thrown off the air at 6:10 a.m. for making a joke. In fact, Bernard was not even to AUDITION for a temporary gig in Boston because civil rights leaders protested. Supposedly, one rationale is that kids shouldn’t be supposed to “the haters”. But, it is ok to expose young people to Reverend Wright and the racist professor?


M/M

When the race baiters lecture us on race tomorrow, think of these figures.

John Gibson pointed this out:

“14 people were shot in Chicago last night. That’s more people than were shot in Baghad.”

Here’s the evidence:

More of Obama's liberal community organizer legacy and the results of liberal government. And this guy is our POTUS


More Than A Dozen Shot In Chicago Overnight
7 Victims In One Attack; Total Of 14 Hurt Over Four Hours
CHICAGO (CBS) ―

Seven people were shot late Tuesday at Homan Boulevard and Walnut Street on the city's West Side, in one of numerous overnight shootings that left more than a dozen people wounded.
CBS
Related Slideshows

http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?uid=2231653698&topic=99017&post=1858440

Seven people, including a 9-year-old girl, were shot within an hour-long span Sunday night in the Austin community on Chicago's West Side.
The first shooting, which happened about 7:45 p.m. near West Monroe Street and South Lotus Avenue, left five males, ranging from 17 to 29, wounded. One of the victims was taken in serious-to-critical condition to Mt. Sinai Hospital, and another was taken to Loretto Hospital in good condition, said Fire Department spokesman Quention Curtis.
http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2009/07/7-shot-within-an-hour-in-south-austin.html

And here it shows 508 school kids were shot in a 16 month period.

http://wcbstv.com/national/Chicago.School.Students.2.955165.html

M/M

I'm listening to Alan Colmes and a BRILLIANT caller pointed out that the Gates controversy is George Bush's fault. How could we have missed that?

EminemsRevenge

RE: Y'all racist musings on Obamacare:
http://eminemsrevenge.xanga.com/708372845/are-the-democrats-retarded/

When the First Affimative Action President and the racist professor lecture us on racism.....HOW the hell does one become an "affirmative action *president*" completely escapes ME. Unless you're talking about GW, who AA'd it into Yale on a "legacy"!

M/M

Well, ER, he certainly doesn't seem that experienced. He gives a great speach, but take away his teleprompter and uh, uh, uh....


Look at this statistic: Here is a chart of the number of soldiers killed in Iraq every month. I added up the past 16 months and came up with 293. That is LESS than the number of school children shot in Chicago Schools. (Thanks to John Gibson for the idea.)
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ops/iraq_casualties.htm

And here it shows 508 school kids were shot in a 16 month period.
http://wcbstv.com/national/Chicago.School.Students.2.955165.html

M/M

Crowley IS bringing police protection.

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/regional/view/20090729union_brass_lawyer_to_accompany_sgt_crowley_to_white_house/


Dgscol

We seem to live in a period with a spate of hoaxes, and no one has to pay for it. Perhaps that explains phrenology, being the result of "scientists" observing that big-headed people were becoming the captains of industry. They depicted them as evolved with extra intelligence, when in reality the size of their heads merely intimidated people. Perhaps their resultant egos turned them into dinosaurs.

The Chinese have assaulted the US economy, and it is only right to provide triage for those injured by this, namely the unemployed. We owe it to them, and the Chinese ought to pay also. It is a courageous move - to assist them. At the same time, or perhaps a later, we ought to scale back medical expenses across the board, to adjust for the decline in our standard of living.

gringoman

AKA SOETORO'S 'NIXONIAN SECRECY'?


Nixonian Secrecy [Mark Krikorian]

The whole birther thing is lunacy, and I'm glad NRO smacks it down so thoroughly. But Glynn Custred of Prop. 209 fame elaborates, in an e-mail, on a point briefly mentioned in the NRO editorial:

The question of Barack Obama's birth certificate has provoked a surpisingly aggressive response from the White House and near hysteria from Obama supporters. If the question is so crazy, and especially since conservatives have joined the Obama supporters in their condemnation of those who asked them (Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter, the National Review), why all the fuss? (gringoNOTE: Do not count Limbaugh and Savage among the "anti-birthers.")

The question on which the "birthers" hinge their complaint is, is there a more specific document that the president is purposefully witholding from the public? No one seems willing or able to answer that question in a straight forward manner, thus fostering an atmosphere in which doubts linger and conspiracy theories thrive. [Actually, I think that's been addressed. — MK]

The real problem, however, is not the president's place of birth (it is highly unlikely that he was born anywhere but where he claims) but the Nixonian secrecy with which he has chosen to surround himself. Has Obama released his transcripts from Occidental College and Harvard? (we know all about Bush's mediocre grades at Yale). Has he given permission for his theses and publications to be released? If not, why not? Michelle got into hot water when her thesis was publicized. Maybe Barack learned a lesson from that episode. And why the secrecy about the grades of such a smart guy as Obama? Might they reveal some kind of favoritism along the way?

We do know that there are things Obama tried to hide, such as his association with Jeremiah Wright and Father Pfleger as well as William Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. Do his records reveal other questionable associations or statements? Where is the transparency we expect of public officials? Why is Obama getting a pass when other presidents do not? And why the hysteria

http://corner.nationalreview.com/post/?q=Yjg3ZmU1ODQwNWJmZWY2ZGZmZWQwMTc3ZWQyYTMyMDc=

gringoman


Well, ER, he certainly doesn't seem that experienced. He gives a great speach, but take away his teleprompter and uh, uh, uh....


Look at this statistic: Here is a chart of the number of soldiers killed in Iraq every month. I added up the past 16 months and came up with 293. That is LESS than the number of school children shot in Chicago Schools. (Thanks to John Gibson for the idea.)
http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ops/iraq_casualties.htm

And here it shows 508 school kids were shot in a 16 month period.
http://wcbstv.com/national/Chicago.School.Students.2.955165.html

Posted by: M/M | July 29, 2009 at 10:24 PM

M/M,

Problem with your stats. Hundreds of blacks killing hundreds of other blacks is of no use to the liberal racists or their media or their community organizers who play Black Man like Professor Barry.

Now if you can find an example of a white killing one of these 500 murdered blacks, you're on to something, especially if it's a white cop in the line of duty.
Most telling of all would be if you can find, among the perps, at least one white serial killer. That would hit paydirt.

For that one,"leader of his people" Sharpton might jog all the way to Chicago, his trial lawyers right behind him.

M/M

Problem with your stats. Hundreds of blacks killing hundreds of other blacks is of no use to the liberal racists or their media or their community organizers who play Black Man like Professor Barry.

The LIEberals are also concerned that the racist professor being apprehended in his own home. I remember reading actual stories of kids being SHOT and KILLED in their own homes or on their way home to school, and the LIEberals don’t seem to care about that.

The way that Lucia Whalen was treated is also disgraceful. I remember being so brainwashed by the p.c. police that I was afraid to describe a co-worker as black when asked for a description of someone I worked with. I guess the next time someone sees a person breaking into their someone’s home (if they bother to call 911 at all) they better be politically correct in their description or they will be accused of being a racist.

M/M

Here is a good article that describes why Obama “The First Affirmative Action President”. I think the Gates incident shows that he lacks real world experience. Here is a good opinion piece:

“Unfortunately, our "urban president" seems to see cities from the perspective of interest groups: the Al Sharpton "blame cops first" crowd; the teachers unions who don't care if kids are stuck in terrible schools; greenies from Riverkeeper. Not surprising for a former "community organizer" from Chicago's South Side.
But now Obama is a chief executive. In cities, that means providing for the preconditions that allow for urban success: low crime, a thriving economy, good schools, safe and timely transit -- not the grand "holistic" transformation being dreamed up at the White House.
As New York City political strategist Hank Sheinkopf puts it: "When you're a candidate for president, you're laden with big ideas and more air. But in cities, people are looking for specificity."
"On Obama's platform," Sheinkopf added, "he could not be elected mayor of New York."

http://www.nypost.com/seven/07302009/postopinion/opedcolumnists/its_an_urban_thing____o_wont_get_it_182033.htm?page=2


Dutchie

I thought someone with a PHD would be a little more intelligent. What you are saying on the O'Reilly show is total nonsense. Did you really do any research before you were saying the things you said? Or, even better, have you ever BEEN to Amsterdam?

Happy to live in Free, Liberal Netherlands!

newamsterdam

wow, you realy base your opinion on facts...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTPsFIsxM3w

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