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  • Ron Reagan Jr. on MSNBC Hardball, "Romney will be the nominee"

    11/17/2011 3:10:25 PM PST · by DallasBiff · 63 replies · 3+ views
    MSNBC | 11/17/11
    Liberal Ron Jr., emphatically stating that Romney will get the GOP nomination. This is a situation where the apple fell very far from the tree, I guess Ron Jr. doesn't remember where in 80 Bush Sr. had the nomination all but wrapped up and believed Time magazine in September 1980 that the 80 election was very close.
  • #OccupyDayton Protester: ‘F*** The Military, F*** Your Flag, And F*** The Police’

    10/23/2011 6:55:04 PM PDT · by RobinMasters · 24 replies
    Brietbart TV ^ | OCTOBER 22, 2011
    <p>This “occupier” in Dayton, Ohio, is a typical lefty in his unfocused rage, his inarticulateness, and his hatred for everything that most people consider normal. The video was shot for Breitbart TV.</p> <p>I think that on balance, the “occupy” movement has been a good thing. It has given Americans a close-up look at modern liberalism. These degenerates are endorsed by Barack Obama and the Democratic Party. That tells you everything you need to know.</p>
  • Yes, the Constitution is binding [Ezra Klein idiot alert]

    12/30/2010 2:55:04 PM PST · by ejdrapes · 25 replies · 84+ views
    Washington Post ^ | December 30, 2010 | Ezra Klein
    Yes, the Constitution is binding By Ezra Klein This morning, I gave a quick interview to MSNBC where I made, I thought, some fairly banal points on the GOP's plan to honor the Constitution by having it read aloud on the House floor. Asked if it was a gimmick, I replied that it was, because, well, it is. It's our founding document, not a spell that makes the traitors among us glow green. It's also, I noted, a completely nonbinding act: It doesn't impose a particular interpretation of the Constitution on legislators, and will have no practical impact on how...
  • 'Don't ask, don't tell' has been repealed. ROTC still shouldn't be on campus (BARF alert)

    12/30/2010 2:48:01 PM PST · by Qbert · 21 replies · 55+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 12/30/2010 | Colman McCarthy
    Now that asking and telling has ceased to be problematic in military circles, ROTC has resurfaced as a national issue: Will universities such as Harvard, Yale and other Ivy League schools be opened to Reserve Officers' Training Corps since colleges can no longer can argue that the military is biased against gays and therefore not welcome? The debate reminds me of an interview I conducted over parents' weekend at the University of Notre Dame in 1989. I sat down with Theodore Hesburgh, the priest who had retired two years earlier after serving 35 years as the university's president... [Snip] I...
  • Obama Nominee for Deputy Attorney General Says 9/11 Attacks Not Acts of War

    06/17/2010 4:40:12 AM PDT · by reaganrevolutionin2010 · 18 replies · 466+ views
    CSNS News ^ | 6/14/10 | Fred Lucas
    Despite a resolution by Congress authorizing war against those responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks, President Obama’s nominee to be the number two official at the Justice Department, James Cole, wrote an op-ed in 2002 likening the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to the domestic crimes of murder, rape and child abuse, while arguing that the attackers ought to be treated like domestic criminals. “But the attorney general is not a member of the military fighting a war--he is a prosecutor fighting crime,” Cole wrote in a Sept. 9, 2002 article in Legal Times that critiqued...
  • GOP nominee endorses Democrat after stepping aside under pressure from right

    11/01/2009 1:01:39 PM PST · by Sen Jack S. Fogbound · 99 replies · 3,544+ views
    The Hill ^ | 11-01-2009 | Tony Romm
    GOP nominee endorses Democrat after stepping aside under pressure from right By Tony Romm - 11/01/09 03:28 PM ET The Republican in a New York House race that has become a symbol of the divisions within the GOP endorsed her former Democratic rival Sunday, a sharp snub to the third-party conservative who forced her out of the race. Dede Scozzafava, who'd been chosen by local Republican leaders to try to hold the seat for the GOP, instead threw her support behind Democrat Bill Owens -- only a day after she unexpectedly backed out of the tough, three-way special election.
  • Scozzafava Endorses Democrat After Dropping Out of N.Y. Congressional Race

    11/01/2009 11:45:14 AM PST · by Behind Liberal Lines · 639 replies · 18,290+ views
    Fox News ^ | 11/01/09
    Republican Dede Scozzafava endorsed her former Democratic opponent Sunday in the race for an upstate New York congressional seat, one day after Scozzafava dropped out of the contest. Scozzafava dropped out after Conservative Party candidate Dough Hoffman experienced a late-in-the-game surge. But on Sunday, Scozzafava backed Democrat Bill Owens -- the announcement was made in a statement send out by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. "I am supporting Bill Owens for Congress and urge you to do the same," she said. "In Bill Owens, I see a sense of duty and integrity that will guide him beyond political partisanship. He...