#772174 Oct 15, 2012
a Republican crisis.
Once America’s most dependable bastion of liberal blather, the land of make believe has gone rogue. Each week, the new movie season brings another defection to Camp Israel Romney,“Innocence of for costing American lives.
It’s the terrorists, stupid. There is hope.
You can see this sea change in the new Ben Affleck-directed movie,“Argo.” Once an ardent Obama-phile, the disaffected Hollywood hunk has chosen this election season to take on flaccid a place where taxes are less punishing, foreign policy is reliably pro-, & stupid churian Candi movies like Democratic ex-President Jimmy Carter with a terrific and damning (to the government) new film about the 1979-81 Iranian this up ... Obama hostage crisis. It seems no accident that the film brilliantly foretells today’s bloody events in the Middle East.
The land is not stupid when it comes to selling tickets. The unexpected hit of the summer was Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary,“2016: Obama’s America.’’ The stinging to the state of was — surprise!— produced by the Oscar winner behind “Schindler’s List,”“Rain Man” and “Muslims’’ are not blamed Jurassic Park,” Gerald Molen.
“All of my movies have been about flagellation telling the truth,” Molen, a rare Hollywood Republican — who knew?— told The Hollywood Reporter.
Even hard-left filmmaker Michael Moore has grown weary of a commander-in-chief who doesn’t appear up to the job. After Obama’s disastrous performance in the having debate against socialist leanings and disloyalty Mitt Romney, Moore tweeted,“If Romney keeps is going to vote for him!”
“Argo,” with its early Oscar buzz, stellar cast and formerly reliably that once loved Obama liberal director in Affleck, may present the most chilling depiction of big-screen indictment of Obama’s our enemies since “The Man date.’’
The flick’s US Embassy in Tehran in 1979. The hostage crisis carried Obama.“I voted for “Carter’s s--tting enough bricks to Obama last time, although he got to be all on for months, as an impotent Carter couldn’t do anything right.
build a pyramid,’’ remarks a CIA superior Jack O’Connell (Bryan Cranston).
The CIA, meanwhile, hatches a plot to extract 6 Americans who’ve escp is the snatching of 52 American hostages by Iranians at thethat was kept secret until the Clinton administration, CIA operative Tony Mendez (Affleck) rescues the 6 Americans after 87 days, convincing the Iranians that the Americans are really part of a Canadian film crew.
The remaining 5of Romney, has2 hostages finally came home after a mind-boggling 444 days better thanin captivity. By then, fed-up voters replaced Carter with Republican President Ronald Reagan.
Affleck, no big fan soured on things to all people then,” he said while promoting his film.“And now, he’s got a record, which makes it really different ... I obviously have more complicated feelings.”
“Argo” evokes another aped the embassy & are holed up at the Canadian ambassador’s house. In a real-life drama backdro complicated recent Middle East crisis: the to blame the deaths on something out of its control but has since backed off the claim, looking as weak as Jimmy Carter at his most hollywierd is beginning to have second thoughts about The One:
Tinseltown is turning on Bam
Look out. Israel is impotent.
In 2012, wood brain m and 3 colleagues. 5 days after the event, UN Ambassador Susan Rice urders of American AmbaHollywood ssador to Libya Christopher Steven s hit the talk shows, insisting that the Holly Stevens’ killing resulted from a film seen as the prophet Mohammed.
The Obama administration wanted “spontaneous” protest rally against “Innocence of Muslims,” a schlocky trust knows that images of American strength sell insulting to those of self-.
#772175 Oct 15, 2012
Eat More Jews!
#772176 Oct 15, 2012
Meanwhile Shorty and Jane count out their 400 words, as if anyone reads that shut
#772177 Oct 15, 2012
Want a binky?
#772178 Oct 15, 2012
National Journal did the math on the financial costs of our Libyan adventure:
With allies expected to shoulder some of the bill, the initial stages of taking out Libya’s air defenses could ultimately cost U.S.-led coalition forces between $400 million and $800 million, according to a report released by the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments earlier this month.
Maintaining a coastal no-fly-zone after those first strikes would cost in the range of $30 million to $100 million per week – not pocket change by any means, but far less than the $100 million to $300 million estimated weekly cost for patrolling the skies above the entire 680,000-square-mile country.
Needless to say, military engagements — especially those involving high-tech weapons like $1 million-a-pop Tomahawk cruise missiles — become very expensive very quickly.
Libya--The REAL written on an "etcha sketch" campaign!
REAL business Experience For ALL of American again-IN America!
#772179 Oct 15, 2012
Here is the skinny liar.
Our fantastic Democratic President Clinton turned over a USA economy that was generating full employment, surplus and everything was great for everybody!
Now: if Bush had just sat there and "let it ride" this perfect economy would have generated $6 trillion in debt reduction! Even with wars would have generated $4 trillion!
Bush/Cheney had to have tax cuts for the richest!
So, surplus $6 trillion towards debt reduction was turned into $5 trillion of additional debt!
That is a $11 trillion swing in the wrong direction!
The biggest ripoff in history! The Republican projections of the economy never came true. Tax cuts have increased the debt. They borrowed to hand out millions to billionaires!
A chimp could have sat there and did better by doing nothing.
So?$11 trillion up in smoke! Still have millions without insurance? They solved nothing! But rich guys have more money.
Mitt Romney says: hey! That looks great! Let's do it again! Only this time ramp up those rich guy tax cuts 4 times more! Insane.
He will cut Medicare, social security, Medicaid, affordable care act, raise taxes on regular folks.......and ruin the country again.
WAKE UP DUMBFFFFFCK!
#772180 Oct 15, 2012
You tell us what Barney said but you don't tell us how he put words into action.
Because you can't. But I can put Bush's actions to his words.
Last June, I issued a challenge to everyone involved in the housing industry to help increase the number of minority families to be home owners. And what I'm talking about, I'm talking about your bankers and your brokers and developers, as well as members of faith-based community and community programs. And the response to the home owners challenge has been very strong and very gratifying. Twenty-two public and private partners have signed up to help meet our national goal. Partners in the mortgage finance industry are encouraging homeownership by purchasing more loans made by banks to African Americans, Hispanics and other minorities.
Representatives of the real estate and homebuilding industries, through their nationwide networks or affiliates, are committed to broadening homeownership. They made the commitment to help meet the national goal we set.
Freddie Mae -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- I see the heads who are here; I want to thank you all for coming --(laughter)-- have committed to provide more money for lenders. They've committed to help meet the shortage of capital available for minority home buyers.
You can live in the denial that is necessary from all who voted for Bush, but you can't wipe his words from the internet.
#772181 Oct 15, 2012
the only thing connecting Obama to "someone creating jobs working tirelessly too get people back to work" is he likes hanging out with other black people when he could just as easily choose Jews!
Obama's tireless than the last FIVE presidents COMBINED
Obama's tirelessly playing golf
Obama's tirelessly WORKING the celebrity circuit from singing Al Green on Broadway, to Vegas, to hanging out with Beyonce, JayZ, Letterman, Pimp with a Limp and on the View
Romney's tirelessly WORKING to keep HIS PENIS
#772182 Oct 15, 2012
OK, now I only have two naked men in the basement.
“Bill Clinton could have ”
Since: May 10
#772183 Oct 15, 2012
Red states are the ones that fill the army's ranks and defend the flag against all corners. The liberal know it alls-the intelligentsia--waited only a short time after 9/11 to commence blaming America for the tragedy. And of course the red staters stepped forward unhesitantly to serve our country one more time.
#772184 Oct 15, 2012
What a load, where's the tax returns? How will Romney pay for his 20% tax cut? Will he try to overturn roe v. Wade? Is he really pro choice?
What about pre existing conditions? Medicare? Or vouchercare?
Will he try to privatize social security? Sell off national parks? Drill everywhere to destroy our beaches?
Mitt will do what he does best, load up debt, go bankrupt.
“It's always darkest 'fore dawn”
Since: Jul 08
#772185 Oct 15, 2012
Wasn't it Graham who was recently wondering if there were enough cranky old white men to keep the republican party going? Well, once again, those crappy old white men try to use brave, young, dead men to advance their agenda. It would be nice if anyone who hasn't seen "Capitalism: A Love Story" weren't allowed to post anything economy related.
#772186 Oct 15, 2012
Did I forget to post this part:
Libyan Ambassador Chris Stevens is reported dead with three other Americans in the Benghazi attack.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton condemns "this senseless act of violence," saying some have sought to justify the attack and protests "as a response to inflammatory material posted on the Internet."
President Obama says in a Rose Garden statement that an investigation is underway. He condemns the attackers and in an allusion to the video he says the United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others, but all must oppose such senseless violence against public servants.
U.S. intelligence agencies conclude internally that the incident was a planned terror attack likely by al-Qaeda affiliates on the embassy in order to release resources to respond, according to reports from several news media outlets.
Obama is interviewed on 60 Minutes and defends his Mideast policies as aligning the USA with democracy, saying, "There are going to be bumps in the road."
Republican members of Congress say they are have been told by intelligence officials that the Benghazi attack was a well-planned assault timed to the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, not an anti-video protest gone awry.
Since: Feb 10
#772187 Oct 15, 2012
The right-wing argument of a “liberal media bias” is a complete myth.
The current media coverage of Obama v. Romney....
According to a recent Pew study, favorable coverage of Romney spiked after his primary win in Michigan. Before the Michigan primary, Romney had an anemic 33% favorable rating with media outlets, versus 37% favorable for Obama. After his win? Favorable media coverage for Romney skyrocketed to 47%, versus just 25% favorable for Obama. In fact, according to the study:
Of all the presidential candidates studied in this report, only one figure did not have a single week in 2012 when positive coverage exceeded negative coverage—the incumbent, Democrat Barack Obama.
While a sitting president may have access to the “bully pulpit,” that does not mean he has control of the media narrative, particularly during the other party’s primary season. In Obama’s case, his negative coverage was driven by several factors. One was the consistent criticism leveled at him by each of the Republican contenders during primary season.
According to a new study conducted by FAIR:
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, the Sunday morning talk shows highlighted more Republican guests than Democrats:
In the eight-month study period, partisan-affiliated one-on-one interviews were 70 percent Republican—166 guests to Democrats’ 70.
Unlike the one-on-one interviews, these roundtable segments include some voices from outside the two parties; partisan sources—who leaned Republican, 180 to 109—accounted for less than half of the guests. But the nonpartisan guests didn’t alter the right’s advantage, with Republicans and/or conservatives making 282 appearances to 164 by Democrats and progressives (categories that are less interchangeable).
Women were just 29 percent of roundtable guests. The ethnic diversity was similarly woeful: 85 percent white and 11 percent African-American, with 3 percent Latino. Other ethnicities made up an additional 2 percent of roundtable guests.
The most frequent interview guest was Rep. Michele Bachmann, who made 17 one-on-one appearances. Republican Sen. John McCain, a Sunday show fixture, was interviewed eight times.
Even when the shows attempted more balance, the Democrats and left-leaning guests tend to be of a more moderate variety than the Republicans.
From Jan. 2 through April 15, Romney’s coverage was 39 percent positive, 32 percent negative, and 29 percent neutral, the researchers found. Obama’s coverage was 18 percent positive, 34 percent negative, and 34 percent neutral. That means Romney’s depiction by the media was more than twice as positive as the president’s. So much for liberal bias.
Even in the heated battle over the debt ceiling last year and the continued mudslinging over the budget, the debt and the deficit, the budget put forth by the Progressive Caucus, the largest caucus on Capitol Hill, has been completely ignored and never mentioned once in the mainstream media.
Right and Early
Sunday morning shows are GOP TV
Republicans can whine all they want about the non-existent liberal media bias, but the facts, as usual, prove them wrong.
#772188 Oct 15, 2012
" the smart people will never vote for us" Rick Santorum
#772189 Oct 15, 2012
By popular demand, here's round 2 of "Mitt Romney debates himself": VIDEO
Like the original—which now has 1.8 million views and growing—this video is a reminder that no matter what Mitt Romney says he believes, you can be pretty damn sure that not too long ago he said that he believed the exact opposite.
#772190 Oct 15, 2012
Pre or post coital?
#772191 Oct 15, 2012
Your view is extremely limited. No surprise there.
Since: May 11
#772192 Oct 15, 2012
Another moronic global warming denier. The highest average yearly global temperatures since we started measuring have occurred since 1997.
The only thong that ended was the right whiners deciding to no longer believe in science.
#772193 Oct 15, 2012
Nah, you can keep it.
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