September 30, 2008
No wonder Chris Matthews gets a crowd that parrots his talking points for his audiences. It doesn't hurt that his own daughter is one of his "random" guests spouting talking points.
On Friday's "Hardball," Chris Matthews interviewed a number of student members of the group Concerned Youth of America.
One of those students -- Caroline -- is his daughter, a student at the University of Pennsylvania. Did Matthews disclose that fact as he interviewed her?
Not so much.
One tipster tells FishbowlDC that "Matthews, at the asking of his daughter, instructed the producers not to name her."
Honestly, Mathhews must believe that he has to keep up his end of the retard quotient to stay on par with the rest of the fools at MSNBC.
From the ad:
"The APR for a typical loan of $2,600 is 99.25% with 42 monthly payments of $216.55 with a $75.00 origination fee." That amounts to a total of $9,170.10 in principal, interest and fees on a loan of $2,600. "Be sure you can afford the monthly payments,"
I guess being an Obama-Bot means never having to have a clue.
Thanks to Newsbusters.
September 29, 2008
September 28, 2008
Oh wait. I do know why he hasn't used it. That would require competence.
September 27, 2008
Something I've also wondered is if one of the "reasonable" gun control measures the Democrats are thinking of is a federal measure that would allow cities to set their own policies. This would mean the federal law would override the state laws and give places like Philly the go-ahead to undermine Constitutional rights.
Gee, I wonder where this analysis of the debate came from. Was it from the Weekly Standard? Or maybe, was it from National Review? It must have come from one of those Reichwing RAAAACIIIIISSSTT!!!!one1!!1!! publications, right?
On the merits, the debate was more of a draw, so that doesn't explain the results. I wonder if there was something else at play. It was like people WANTED to like the black guy but weren't sure.
And tonight reassured them, given his calm poise and wry humor, that Barack Obama was more like Will Smith than Wesley Snipes.
Oops, sorry. It was issued by Markos himself.
September 26, 2008
MATTHEWS: By the way, you go back to the Kennedy-Nixon debate of 1960, the first televised debate. Seven or eight times Richard Nixon said "I agree completely in the spirit in which Senator Kennedy addressed that issue." Over and over again. For some reason Barack Obama repeated those words as if he were channeling Richard Nixon tonight!
Expect a call from Kos and MediaMatters to attend "reeducation camps" tomorrow. Come Monday, I expect Matthews to have a giant bandage on the frontal lobe area of his head.
Thanks to Newsbusters.
(Via Moron Central, where Ace instructs the Moron Legions to spread the video link. "DIY astroturf hobbyist Ethan Winner demands nothing less," he says.)
September 25, 2008
I've been thinking about this, and if nothing else, it shows how damned effective the NRA and pro-2nd organizations have been. The Obama campaign is scared badly enough by the NRA to feel the need to try and suppress them in this sort of belligerent manner. Here's to hoping it backfires and loses him support in swing states.
September 24, 2008
Ol' Dave is a little pissed that McCain has canceled his appearance on Letterman's show to return to the Senate for the bailout debate:
Earlier in the show, Dave kept saying, "You don't suspend your campaign. This doesn't smell right. This isn't the way a tested hero behaves." And he joked: "I think someone's putting something in his metamucil."
"He can't run the campaign because the economy is cratering? Fine, put in your second string quarterback, Sara (sic) Palin. Where is she?"
"What are you going to do if you're elected and things get tough? Suspend being president? We've got a guy like that now!"
Yeah, what could be more unpresidential than leaving a talk show to deal with a financial meltdown.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a letter to Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, cofounders of Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc., urging them to replace cow's milk they use in their ice cream products with human breast milk, according to a statement recently released by a PETA spokeswoman.I would question whether farming out women to nursemaid up some Cherry Garcia would be just as painful to them as it would be to the cows, but we all know that humans aren't as important as our bovine betters.
"PETA's request comes in the wake of news reports that a Swiss restaurant owner will begin purchasing breast milk from nursing mothers and substituting breast milk for 75 percent of the cow's milk in the food he serves," the statement says.
PETA officials say a move to human breast milk would lessen the suffering of dairy cows and their babies on factory farms and benefit human health.
September 23, 2008
Why? No offense to DPUD or anyone else, but Pennsylvania's just one of those fickle states that always acts huffy toward any Democratic insults, but always shows up on election day to dutifully vote for the Democratic ticket.
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