Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Monday, June 29, 2009
1. Statements by the Administration (Axelrod) on ABC last Sunday morning that Majesty will not for one second "rule out" the prospect of supporting a health care tax hike in the soon to-be-battled health care reform bill debate, i.e. the taxing of middle class Americans' employee health care benefits. Strange they wouldn't "rule out" such a new tax out given Majesty's campaign pledge. And the most disingenuous aspect to this: Majesty's campaign spent myriad campaign funds on nationwide attack ads villifying John McCain for advocating the very same thing in terms of taxing employee benefits. McCain was wrong, but apparently Majesty was right then, and is now right again advocating the precise opposite position to which he spewed his venom at McCain during the campaign.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Saturday, June 27, 2009
As angry as His Majesty has made me by forcing yet another piece of massive ultra-liberal legislation down our throats w/o debate or anyone reading it
Friday, June 26, 2009
Left-wing blogosphere up in arms about Slimebaugh blaming Obama for Sanford's recent behavior. The utter disingenuousness of the far left is comical.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
USA 2, Spain nil.
They traipsed around town buck naked because they just wanted to have a positive effect on global warming.
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
His Majesty apparently now in cahoots with the media to choreograph the questions that will be asked at press conferences.
Monday, June 22, 2009
On a very slow news day, in which I actually posted about a South Carolina governor, I'm at a loss over here. So how bout revealing my beer of choice.
What a weird story from South Carolina: The Governor's been missing for days, but no one seems too concerned.
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Friday, June 19, 2009
Loony left at it again: If you dare to disagree with them on any issue, they will come after you with all of their resources.
It can't be easy being a democratic politician. Too many powerful far left interests and creepy little groups to cater to all at once.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
So make nice with His Majesty, give him some "positive" treatment, and a member of the media might get a nice presidential appointment?
Look, I'm not even going to pretend to be all outraged over here; after all, we saw this same kind of silliness during the "W!" years (Tony Snow immediately comes to mind). No, the reason I'm blogging about this is because of the further consideration that has occurred to me: If Brokaw can get a commission appointment merely by being on His Majesty's good side, then what kind of even more lucrative appointment might a reporter receive who takes things a few steps further, e.g. a reporter who goes so far as to bow to His Majesty?
I mean, could we soon be seeing a Brian Williams coronation ceremony ushering him in as the next Earl of Baltimore or Duke of New England? Stay tuned.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
His Majesty attacks Fox News, is all up in arms that only 95% of the national media is devoted to reporting "positive stories" about him.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
My immediate reaction to this apparent June 24 marriage between ABC News & His Majesty to push Majesty's health care reform agenda...
Monday, June 15, 2009
As best I can tell from what was described on O'Reilly's show, Ms. Sanchez took the stand in a column which was very similar to my stand in this space and which was actually very defending of O'Reilly -- i.e., that all these far left freaks, including the Star's Mike Hendricks, who came out and said that the anti-abortion crowd was basically an accomplice in the Tiller murder, are full of crap. So O'Reilly gets this poor lady on the air, and rather than paying any attention to her basically defending him and standing up for her correct viewpoint here (i.e. that it's wrong to blame anyone for Tiller's murder other than the actual slimeball who went in there and killed Tiller in cold blood), O'Reilly rants and raves in full bullying mode about her disagreement with him on the late-term abortion issue. His behavior on this particular segment is about as bad as I've seen it from O'Reilly (and in the interests of full disclosure, I also oppose late-term abortions, which is an entire area outside the Roe v. Wade decision and its progeny). O'Reilly was pure bully tonight and purely disrespectful to Ms. Sanchez. I've said previously in this space that I can more or less take or leave O'Reilly because he is so often no more than a bully and a pompous blowhard. And that's precisely what he was tonight, reminding me very much of a certain jackass sports talking head that we have here in KC called Kevin Keitzman. I may just referring to O'Reilly henceforth as "Keitz!", because he pretty much deserves that after his performance tonight. And by the way, O'Reilly, why don't you get me on the air one of these nights, Mr. So-Called, Alleged "Independent" (which you are not for one day of your life), and then why don't you try bullying me around? I'd LOVE to see how that would work out for ya!
I'm getting a little tired of the predictable far right stance that His Majesty should be ranting & raving & jumpin' off curbs about Iran's election
Big bloated mean-spirited liberal Bob Beckel on Hannity tonight: "Obama is the greatest president this country has seen since FDR!!!"
Good grief, far left, can we stop the INCESSANT hero worship towards His Majesty? He's been in office not even 6 months yet, even if you do happen to Ditto-Head (to borrow a Slimebaugh catch-phrase) every single thing The King does even when it is inconsistent with your basic core values (see gay marriage, Afghanistan). And by the way, in my estimation there has not been a "great president" in my lifetime, dating back to the early 1970's. The last person I would consider to be a "great president" would be JFK, although apparently Bob Beckel doesn't entirely agree, given his above quote. But I'm sure also that JFK wasn't nearly liberal enough to suit the likes of Beckel's giant saturated-fat filled leftist mug.