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Breitbart to leftists in Wisconsin: “Go to hell!”

April 17, 2011 Leave a comment

Kudos to Breitbart for having the guts to say what is right.  Well done:

More at Big Government here.

Breitbart speaks truth to power

February 19, 2011 Leave a comment

Blatantly swiped straight from Robert S. McCain’s blog, video of Andrew Breitbart at today’s Tea Party rally:

I’ve said it before (I’m too lazy to dig up the post right now), but Breitbart is one of the true heroes of  the Tea Party movement, defending the cause in the light of some of the most blatant and ugly attacks from the left in the past several years.

Probably the most important part of this clip is Breitbart pointing out without any hesitation the disturbing truth that none other than the President of the United States is implicit in his support for the left here.   The President is siding with special interests and 15% of the country’s workforce vs the citizens of Wisconsin.   Disturbing stuff.

Breitbart gold

September 21, 2010 Leave a comment

I’ve been really busy at the corporate hellhole my day job, so there hasn’t been a lot of blogging time over the past 48 hours, but I just wanted to get a post up for the day.

First, thanks to everyone who linked to my Chris Coons is liar post.

Although the links definitely gave a healthy boost in views to this little blog of mine, that was never the intention. The intention was to point out the flaws of Chris Coons, in light of the unrelenting and seedy attacks on Christine O’Donnell. Would I like O’Donnell to win? Of course. Can she win? Definitely. Will she win? Nobody knows for sure. But if Coons wins, it shouldn’t be by default. The facts need to be out there.

As activists, bloggers and conservatives, the deck is stacked against us with a vile left-wing blogosphere and a smear-machine of a mainstream press. We need to bring out the truth and spread the word about what voters in Delaware elections all throughout the country should know about their candidates. That’s really what I’m trying to do. It’s not much for now, but I’m trying to play my part.

Anyway.

Like I said, I wanted to get a post in for today. Via Nice Deb, I give you Andrew Breitbart getting in the face of astro-turfing, Democratic party-sanctioned, SEIU scum:

So much awesome in that video.

NAACP applauds racism (UPDATE) USDA official resigns for not being racist

July 19, 2010 1 comment

This entire episode with the NAACP calling out Tea Party nation for alleged racism is so pathetic and depressing, and I’ve tried to avoid it.  I’m always hesitant about these so-called advocacy groups like the NAACP and the like; they’re so politically entrenched in the Democratic party that you have to be completely blind to their obviously biased inclinations.  The NAACP doesn’t advocate the advancement of colored people–they advocate the advancement of left-leaning Democratic colored people.  Conservative colored people need not apply.

In its usual spineless way, the mainstream media picked up on the meme, booking their NAACP guests that pushed the whole storyline–all of it was conjecture and subjective.

Earlier today, Breitbart puts up this great post outlining the entire debacle.  READ THIS NOW.

Breitbart states the obvious:

The NAACP and the Congressional Black Caucus do not want racial harmony. They want political victory, and the race card is their Stradivarius.

Three months later, the NAACP decided to “double-down” on the fabricated “”Tea Party/racism” narrative and has the gall to include the disproved Capitol Hill “N Word” non-incident as their formal condemnation of the Tea Party. Simply by snapping its figures, the mainstream media again parroted lies. The Tea Party was guilty until it proved itself innocent. A most un-American and, dare I say, culturally Marxist construct.

In fact, it’s worse. The media that provided the left a platform to accuse the Tea Party, all the while refusing to air any exculpatory evidence. Again, the mainstream media inserts itself as the number one weapon in the progressive weapons stash. Political correctness, as the Duke Lacrosse case exemplified, trumps all in PC America and her afflicted media.

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The NAACP which has transformed from a civil rights group to a propaganda arm of the Democratic Party and social-justice politics, supports a new America that relies less on individualism, entrepreneurialism and American grit, but instead giddily embraces, the un-American notion of unaccountability and government dependence.

He then goes on to post video proof of the disturbing and ugly racism inherent in the race-baiting world of progressive liberalism.

Meet Shirley Sherrod:

We are in possession of a video from in which Shirley Sherrod, USDA Georgia Director of Rural Development, speaks at the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner in Georgia. In her meandering speech to what appears to be an all-black audience, this federally appointed executive bureaucrat lays out in stark detail, that her federal duties are managed through the prism of race and class distinctions.

[…]Sherrod describes how she racially discriminates against a white farmer. She describes how she is torn over how much she will choose to help him. And, she admits that she doesn’t do everything she can for him, because he is white. Eventually, her basic humanity informs that this white man is poor and needs help. But she decides that he should get help from “one of his own kind”. She refers him to a white lawyer.

The second video is just as disturbing as Sherrod more or less encourages black people to get government jobs because they won’t get laid off.  Racist stereotypes anyone?

Here are the videos:

My post is somewhat sloppy, because I’m writing after having read Breitbart’s piece twice, and words can’t explain how frustrating and insane all of this is.  For decades, the Democrats have been the party of race-baiting, playing the race card for political purposes and to spew their own brand of hate.  Add in a complicit media, and we’re on a course for disaster.

Breitbart rightfully lauds the Tea Party, and its importance in counterbalancing and fighting the hate.

UPDATE.  The racist has resigned.

Breitbart FTW

July 2, 2010 Leave a comment

I’ve mostly ignored the Dave Weigel flame wars rampaging over the blogosphere over the past few weeks.  To me, it’s a tiresome exercise about Ezra Klein’s private journo-list, the sanctity of which was betrayed by one of its participants.

Andrew Breitbart is offering $100,000 for the archives of that list, which led to the usual concern-trolling by the self-serving bloggers, with Andrew Sullivan leading the charge.

This will probably be my first and only post on this whole episode, and it’s worth it just to point to Breitbart’s smack-down of Andrew Sullivan’s insane obsession with Sarah Palin, and his glaring hypocrisy:

I needn’t be lectured by a so-called “conservative” who has aided and abetted in this perversion of the American political experiment. Sullivan’s disgusting, ends-justify-the-means obsession with the personal family life of Sarah Palin breached every ethical and journalistic boundary known to the cosmos. Between airing Palin’s hacked private emails and making a cottage industry out of challenging the maternity of her son, Trig, sometimes the word “irony” or “hypocrisy” is not descriptive enough.

To highlight the absurdity of Sullivan’s outrage, perhaps his submission entitled “The Palin Emails” can grant you insight into a demented mind. Before divulging them in at least five separate posts, he wrote: ”They’ve leaked, of course. And they’re not pretty.”

And they weren’t meant to be public either, Andy.

To think I was once his biggest advocate, but now he’s an incomprehensible ‘marm. In the transparent world of conservative journalism, conservatives admit their biases; in the world in which Sullivan now curries favor, he sidles up to the ends-justify-the-means left that exposed his sexual tastes in order to put him in his place. These are the Alinsky monsters whom I seek to flash a light on.

Breitbart really hits the nail on the head right there.  Sullivan has spent a good part of two years trying to invade the privacy of Sarah Palin’s person and family.  He’s violating the very standards that he pretends to uphold about the decency of media and of journalism.  In other words, a hypocrite.

Breitbart brings the awesome

February 6, 2010 Leave a comment

Andrew Breitbart speaking at the Tea Party convention in Tennessee:

[Link: Andrew Breitbart at National Tea Party Convention to Media:  “It’s not your business model that sucks, it’s you that sucks”]

In case you haven’t noticed, Breitbart has been on fire the past few weeks—a man possessed at the forefront of the conservative movement. 

If you haven’t been following his Twitter feed over the past several weeks, you’re really missing out.  His non-stop virtual beat-downs of Media Matters is worth the follow alone.

Tea Party Power

February 6, 2010 Leave a comment

The first National Tea Party convention is taking place this weekend in Nashville. 

I was never a fan of the Tea Party concept—-the rallies, the slogan shouting, etc.  In the age of Facebook, blogging, Twitter and others, I think political rallies and marches and such, have become, for the most part, irrelevant.  That’s just my opinion, and I’m sure others are better suited to make that argument.

Nevertheless, it’s amazing to think that a year ago, the movement didn’t even exist.  Too bad that it took a $787 billion scam to light the powder keg, and a summer of a misguided healthcare push by the Federal government to get conservative activists moving, and make their voice heard. 

While Doug Hoffman was a near miss, a misreading by the establishment Republican party of a special election, the movement is being heard in a lot of circles, bearing fruit in Massachussets and New Jersey and Virginia.

But of course, no political oranization is perfect and the Tea Party is no exception.  The birther contingent is alive and well in the movement, and its ruffling a lot of feathers among non-birther conservatives:

During WorldNetDaily Editor-in-Chief Joseph Farah’s Friday night dinner speech, which spent around 10 of its forty minutes on questions about Barack Obama’s citizenship, Andrew Brietbart was among the conservatives in back of the room grumbling audibly about what he was hearing.

After he introduced the evening’s closing entertainment — a film titled “Generation Zero” — Breitbart walked outside to the convention hall. There, I heard Breitbart criticizing Farah, and briefly talked to him about it before I noticed that WorldNetDaily’s Chelsea Schilling was already talking to him, holding up a voice recorder. I backed up to allow her to continue her interview, which consisted of questions on why Breitbart didn’t think Obama’s citizenship was a legitimate issue.

“It’s self-indulgent, it’s narcissistic, it’s a losing issue,” Breitbart told Schilling. “It’s a losing situation. If you don’t have the frigging evidence — raising the question? You can do that to Republicans all day long. You have to disprove that you’re a racist! Forcing them to disprove something is a nightmare.”

“Wouldn’t you say,” asked Schilling, “in this case, that Farah is asking Obama to prove something rather than his disprove it?”

Breitbart rejected the premise. “When has a president ever been asked to prove his citizenship?”

Birthers are insane and need to disappear from the rolls of the Tea Party in order for it to remain legitimate.  Plain and simple.  The Tea Party movement is successful because it’s demanding that politicians abide by conservative ideals, not by pushing insane conspiracy theories.

Is David Shuster a bitter partisan hack?

January 28, 2010 Leave a comment

Yes.  And I would add “slimy” to the list as well.

And he’s also a liar.

Which makes him a perfect fit with the rest of the lying windbags on MSNBC.