Mark Steyn on Susan Roesgen’s Uncontrollable Verbal Diarrhea

Great audio clip from the Hugh Hewitt show:


Baba Wawa -Obama/Bush Interview Compare and Contrast

Here’s some back and forth audio clips from the Larry Elder Show of Barbara Walters interviewing the former Pres.-Elect George W. Bush and the current Pres.-Elect Barack Obama:


That fairly well summarizes the way the media handled this election.

Up next: A federal bailout for the United Drool Moppers Union.

Obama’s Magical Change Powers -Media: American’s now on Humanitarian Missions in Iraq

I read Michael Yon’s Moment of Truth – we’ve been on a humanitarian mission, at least since the surge and likely before. The media suddenly has started figuring it out though. I wonder what changed?

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So, no longer just air-raiding villages and breaking into houses and terrorizing women and children in the dark of night? Somebody call Kerry and Murtha and tell them the good news.

Mark Steyn on Palin and the Media

I would like to thank the US media for doing such a grand job this last week of lowering expectations by portraying Governor Palin – whoops, I mean Hick-Burg Mayor Palin – as a hillbilly know-nothing permapregnant ditz, half of whose 27 kids are the spawn of a stump-toothed uncle who hasn’t worked since he was an extra in Deliverance.

How’s that narrative holding up, geniuses? Almost as good as your “devoted husband John Edwards” routine?

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Glad to have you back, Mark.

Read all his stuff at steynonline.com

Obama should campaign on ‘Focus’ amidst all the ‘Distractions’

I mentioned this story last night about the uncontrollable glee of our wonderful and totally non-biased media to meet with Obama in Iraq. He is guaranteeing to bring ‘hope’ and ‘change,’ after all. If that’s the case, why is he such a total downer on America? Listen to him talk about our need to ‘redeploy’ in Iraq, where we are finally (again) finally starting to hear some good news (no thanks to our media). Remember – this speech was given just the other day BEFORE his trip to Iraq:


Exactly! Redeploy to what?!? That’s exactly what the surge was – a redeployment.

More Obama (the host, Marl Levin is pretty harsh in this clip, but he’s making a great point):


Oh, again with the ‘Distractions.’ I’m surprised Obama is campaigning on ‘Change’ rather than something like ‘Focus’. Everything Obama has opposed or disliked he has called a ‘distraction.’

The fact that people were concerned about his 20 years hanging out with Jeremiah Wright who he described as, ‘like a father’… Distraction.

Launching his campaign at unrepentant domestic terrorist William Ayers house:

"...led a violent rampaging protest in Chicago, and took credit for numerous bombings around the United States. ... Ayers insists he has no regrets. "I acted appropriately in the context of those times,""

"...led a violent rampaging protest in Chicago, and took credit for numerous bombings around the United States. ... Ayers insists he has no regrets. "I acted appropriately in the context of those times,""

Just a distraction….

I don’t think it’s a distraction to ask questions about legitimate concerns. John McCain has years and years on the record serving this country. Obama does not. Thus, it is important to learn what the guy really believes. I don’t think that’s a ‘distraction’ from anything.

Here’s audio of an Obama voter who trusts that Obama will cause change.


Not to mention, Is Obama’s plan for withdrawal even possible? ABC doesn’t think so:

Facts on the ground…also Distractions?

My point is, ‘Change’ and ‘Hope’ are the real distractions from what Obama actual policy suggestions. What do you think? The presidential race is basically just one huge job interview. What qualities does Obama have that qualify him to be your president?

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