Thursday, May 31, 2012
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Friday, May 25, 2012
Elizabeth Warren, after more than a week of playing hide and seek following the revelation that she claimed to be 1/32nd Cherokee based solely on “family lore”, was challenged by a Fox 25 reporter in Boston. She would not answer questions and even asked the reporter’s producer to stop. The producer said he couldn’t stop her in mid-sequence.
Watch the hilarity ensue as Warren tries valiantly to stonewall. It’ll give you a good chuckle.
The reason Warren is so flummoxed is because she has come under fire for a minority listing in two law school directories—Harvard Law and U Penn. She has not produced documents proving her claim and the natives are restless.
A Cherokee genealogist and historian, Twila Brown, believes that Warren needs to come clean and admit that she has no evidence.
A spokesman for Ms. Brown released a statement reading, "In the absence of any facts, Elizabeth Warren continues to claim she is a Native American minority. She needs to stop stonewalling and finally produce the records from the University of Pennsylvania and Harvard that will show whether or not she or these schools benefited in any way from this false information about her ancestry."
The report from Fox 25 cites a Suffolk University poll which claims that the “Cherokee issue” will not hurt Warren’s challenge for the Senate seat currently held by Scott Brown.
That may very well be true since Taxachusetts continued to re-elect the most liberal man in the history of the Senate, Ted Kennedy, who famously left Mary Jo Kopechne to drown in the car he drove off a bridge and the soon-to-be-retired and openly gay Bawney Fwank.
|LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbra Streisand, Teresa Heinz Kerry, Brad Friedman, Neal Rauhauser, George Soros|
Are you like me? I had never heard of Brett Coleman Kimberlin until a few days ago. Now, unless you spend every moment under a rock, you know that the infamous Speedway Bomber is part of a nexus of evil involving some heavyweights—George Soros of the Tides Foundation, ketchup heiress Teresa Heinz Kerry, fading star Barbra Streisand, libtard blogger Brad Friedman, Democrat activist Neal Rauhauser and Fidelity Investments.
Here’s the backdrop:
Mark Tapscott at The Washington Examiner writes, “The First Amendment is under intense attack from many points on the ideological compass, but mostly from the far Left.”
“The enemies of free speech and thought have lately turned to more subtle tools of suppression than merely shouting down speakers. Among these are extortionary threats to launch false charges of racism against companies that support politically incorrect groups, such as the American Legislative Exchange Council.”
“But far more sinister is the tactic adopted by Brett Kimberlin, an activist and the founder of the group Velvet Revolution who was convicted in 1981 of exploding eight bombs in 1978 in Speedway, Ind. One of his bombs blew off the leg of a man who subsequently committed suicide.”
“Nowadays, Kimberlin targets conservative bloggers like Aaron Worthing and Robert Stacy McCain in Maryland, and Patrick Frey of Patterico's Pontifications in California. Why? For publishing facts about Kimberlin's criminal record.”
“Kimberlin harasses his targets by, among many other ways, filing false charges in courts that require expensive, time-consuming litigation, disrupting his targets' workplaces, and dropping dark hints about spouses and kids.”
Read the rest of his piece here.
The less than 5’6” Kimberlin, so hungry for attention, finds himself in the searing, white-hot spotlight of scrutiny.
An Army of Davids has mounted up with wings like eagles and declared today, May 25, 2012, Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day. The National Bloggers Club has set up a website to aid Kimberlin’s victims. Michelle Malkin has called attention to the mainstream media’s remarkable unwillingness to report on this terrifying story of swatting, intimidation and death threats.
For more background on these bizarre attacks on conservative bloggers, go read Matthew Vadum’s post at Front Page.
John Hawkins of Right Wing News interviewed one of Kimberlin’s targets, Robert Stacy McCain. RSM has some interesting thoughts on Kimberlin’s future.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
As you may know by now, Robert Stacy McCain, is momentarily on the lam trying to keep his family safe from Brett Kimberlin AKA the Speedway Bomber.
If you don’t know who this vicious creep is, you’ve got to read up on him here.
Wanting his friends from far and wide across the blogosphere to know that he is safe and sound, Stacy is sending postcards from exotic vacation spots.
I just received this one from Italy’s Tower of Pisa. Stacy cunningly wrote, “Always wanted to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Every picture I ever saw of the thing had it leaning left. I am happy to report it leans to the RIGHT.”
Please hit Stacy’s tip jar so he and his family can see the world and don’t be surprised if he writes something pithy on the back of the postcard like, “The weather is here. Wish you were beautiful.”
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
“This kind of stuff is nauseating to me on both sides. It’s nauseating to the American public. Enough is enough. Stop attacking private equity. Stop attacking Jeremiah Wright.”
Not wanting to “indict private equity” Booker continued, “It’s just we’re getting to a ridiculous point in America, especially that I know I live in a state where pension funds, unions and other people are investing in companies like Bain Capital. If you look at the totality of Bain Capital’s record, they’ve done a lot to support businesses, to grow businesses. And this to me, I’m very uncomfortable with.”
The Left went apoplectic, especially Chris “Tingles” Matthews. “I think this was an act of sabotage. Whatever the intention was, he was trashing the entire Obama campaign of the summer in one appearance on Meet the Press.”
You can well imagine that Obama, seen in this Photoshop™, is ordering a horse’s head for Booker’s bed.
Monday, May 21, 2012
Some of the best from around the dextrosphere:
The country that tore itself apart over waterboarding three confessed terrorists who had an indirect hand in the murder of 3,000 Americans seems ill-equipped to inflict the sort of damage on enemies that in the past made them accept both defeat and redemption. War is now a matter of legality, or nation-building before, not after, the enemy is fully defeated, and that means, given the unchanging nature of man, that it is very difficult to win a war as in the past.
It has to be thus: for no one could be this amateurish, this ineffective, this confused, inept and bungling, even deliberately so.
Cigars inside. Firewater out back.
There are currently two high profile cases of lawfare going on in the United States, by Democrats with criminal backgrounds.
Everyone has at least one gift of the Spirit, whether they know it or not. Some can even sense the presence of evil, whether it’s the person next to you on the subway or when someone enters a room.
Just in case you were wondering why Dear Leader has turned on supporter Jamie Dimon, threatening investigations and new legislation when JP Morgan lost less than 1% of their own money in a bad trade...
Isn’t that how all the giants fall? When they least expect it?
How will we know when the Muslims have gotten all the land that they want? When the violence stops. Everyone knows that agreements mean nothing. No matter how many pieces of paper are signed, the bombs and rockets still keep bursting, real ones that kill people, not fake ones that upset vice-presidents. The only way to reach an agreement is by groping blindly in the dark, handing over parcel after parcel of land, until the explosions stops or the Muslims fulfill their original goal of pushing the Jews into the sea.
Barack Obama has always been in favor of same-sex marriage, the chocolate ration has always been 22 grams, and Oceania has always been at war with East Asia.
Wright has made many inflammatory comments, including suggestions that the United States deserved to be attacked on 9/11. Democrats were greatly concerned in 2008 that Obama’s ties to Wright could derail his campaign.
The Founding Fathers didn't say, "Obama shalt not decree…"
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Team Obama does the darndest things. Rory Cooper, of the Heritage Foundation, noticed that they’ve begun rewriting presidential history by inserting references to the errand boy sent by grocery clerks into the biographies of his predecessors.
John Hayward at Human Events writes, “A rollicking 'Obama In History' game of round-robin mockery erupted on Twitter, that fabled social media service conceived by Calvin Coolidge and made significant by Barack Obama. I suggested adding a blurb to Abraham Lincoln’s biography, saluting the Emancipation Proclamation as history’s second gutsiest call."
The RNC set up a Tumbler page to poke fun at this insipid move to glorify the idiot in the White House.
I couldn’t let this pass without offering my own version of a poke in the eye.
Monday, May 14, 2012
nhooper at Town Hall had this quote from Prager Zeitungon, a Czech Republic newspaper, and it begged to be posted here:
“The danger to America is not Barack Obama, but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president.”
“The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools, such as those who made him their President.”
Sunday, May 6, 2012
Back-to-back rallies in the battleground states of Ohio and Virginia signaled the official launch of Teh Won’s reelection. Compared to the breathless rallies of 2008, the rallies were piddly examples of slow-motion defeatism.
The errand boy sent by grocery clerks pounced on Romney. He never once, in his tired, cut-and-paste rhetoric, mentioned his failed policies or lack of leadership; nor did he aim to. No mention of the $5 trillion dollars he’s added to the national debt that we cannot hope to repay.
All we heard was vote for me, because I am me and my me is better than any not me ever could be and a colossal amount of blame-shifting, chest-thumping and huge helpings of trash-talking and class-warring.
He has a record now that he cannot defend without blaming everyone and everything but himself or by making cowardly excuses.
His wife said, while introducing him to a bunch of empty seats, “It sounds like you are already fired up and ready to go.”
The #readytogo hashtag has been hijacked by conservatives, God bless ‘em. Ready to go? No thanks, I went before I left the house.
I stand in awe of the brilliant talent of The Looking Spoon.
The Obama Bounce Test is the end result of a tip from a regular visitor who pointed to personal checks that can be purchased online with the design of the errand boy sent by grocery clerks.
Thinking at first that a spoof might be the ticket, he went instead with “something that was more unusual and potentially more fun.”
BOOM. We have a winner.