Tuesday, November 15, 2011

News Roundup

The media bias against all of the Republican presidential candidates is so blatantly obvious that any person who hasn't figured this out must have been in an ObamaBot-Borg coma over the last three years!

According to a blogpost over at Legal Insurrection, the latest candidate being attacked is Newt Gingrich.

posted by William A. Jacobson at Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion - 18 hours ago
Newt is as “dangerous as a wounded wolverine,” according to Dan Rather (via Charlie Spiering via Drudge): I think what we need is a wounded wolverine, not a puppy dog or kitten, for a nominee. Expect the f...
If Newt Gingrich were to become the Republican nominee, he would verbally slaughter Obama in the debates!!  Although the media of mass deception would bring out past personal problems and governmental missteps about Gingrich, Newt would only need to attack Obama's horrible policies to show America how crucial it will be to boot Obama out of the White House!

Need more examples of liberal media bias?  How's this:

posted by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit - 14 hours ago
Where would this failed president be without his media support? CNN reporter Dan Lothian asked President Obama in Hawaii if Republicans are “uninformed, out of touch, or irresponsible” on waterboarding?
Obama is so uncouth and such a baby when he can't admit that he was wrong to bash Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.  When Obama thought the microphones were off, he had a derogatory exchange with Sarkozy:
posted by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit - 1 day ago

Obama told reporters yesterday that he won’t comment on his private conversation with French President Nicolas Sarkozy where they ripped on Netanyahu. The far left president’s outrageous comments hurt him ...
It's funny how Obama came out and supported the Occupy protests, but since the violence, rape, crimes, absolute filth and deaths have occured at these squatters camps, he stays silent.
Despite all his rhetoric, Obama has never spoken louder than what he hasn't said about what's going on all over America with the 'Occupy' movement.
How bad is it at these staged events?
posted by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit - 1 day ago
A Portland police officer was injured yesterday after Obama-endorsed Occupy Portland mob started hurling projectiles at the cops. Yup. They’re JUST LIKE the tea party. KGW reported, via Orbusmax: Witnesses...
posted by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit - 23 hours ago
Workers with gas masks move in after police cleared out the Occupy Portland squatters camp. (Mike Zacchino, The Oregonian ) City officials needed 70 dump trucks to clean up the filth after the Occupy Portl...



Obama' inaction where jobs are concerned continues to show Americans that he is the worst president EVER!

  • posted by Jim Hoft at The Gateway Pundit - 21 hours ago
    The Keystone Pipeline project was expected to create up to 1,000,000 high-paying US jobs in the oil manufacturing and associated industries. The project itself would create 20,000 construction jobs. But it...

  • And that's only one example of Obama's epic failing policies!

    Can't wait for November, 2012!!

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    GMpilot said...

    “MSM becoming unhinged at thought of Newt”

    Sure they are: they'll now have to immediately hire on a few more fact checkers, interview his ex-wives, recount once again his “achievements” as Speaker of the House, recount the 87 ethics charges he was facing during his Speakership, and list all the PACs he's either started or been part of since leaving Congress, and what/who they represent. Politics is Newt's life. He is one of those 'insiders' that the Tea Party Hatriots want to remove from Washington...unless they agree with him, of course.

    Oh, yes: a couple of years ago, with little public fanfare, Gingrich renounced his membership in the One True Church and, in the words of HL Mencken, “succumb[ed] to the voluptuous Roman lure”. It may be presumed he did so partially to please Wife #3. Yep, he's a Roman Catholic now: it's more in line with his authoritarian views. In a presidential race where one's religious beliefs seem to be getting increasingly important (i.e., Romney), his switch may become an unwelcome factor. After all, it's been sixty years since we had a Catholic president.

    Bring it on.

    GMpilot said...

    Hmmm. I'll correct it myself: it's been fifty years since our Catholic president.
    I'll bet the same questions will be asked that were asked in 1960: Will a President Gingrich take his orders from the people who elected him, or from an old man in a dress in Rome?

    You've been on that side of the fence, madam. What is your opinion?