Tweet For reasons that make no sense to me, I don’t go to Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government site as often as I should. Wait, I take that back. I know precisely why I don’t go: it’s an incredible repository of closely researched and factually supported articles detailing the way in which the Obami conduct themselves. [...]
Archive for the 'ACORN' Category
Tweet At Big Government today, Evan Coyne Maloney, another of the young conservative guns who uses modern media techniques to bring down Democratic dinosaurs, asks how it is that the media completely missed the ACORN scandal. Maloney thinks that political correctness created the blinders media figures wore. To the extent that ACORN is a black [...]
Tweet Long before the inflammatory ACORN videotapes emerged, I always looked at that little ACORN logo and thought that it was a surprisingly phallic design. Confederate Yankee has now put the whole thing into its proper context.
Tweet I’m a migraine sufferer, but otherwise a very healthy person. I’ve always likened my migraines to aphids on an otherwise healthy plant — they’re external to the real me, although they can cause plenty of damage. This LA Times editorial, which has the decency to recognize just how appalling the ACORN exposes are, nevertheless [...]
Tweet I never thought I’d say this, but from start to finish Jon Stewart was funny and right on the money: The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c
Tweet The ACORN employee is a complete psychopath — and might have been discounted had it not been for the fact that this is the fourth video in a series showing psychopathic employees.
Tweet From Andrew Breitbarth’s new site, Big Government, comes a staggering expose of corruption at a Baltimore ACORN office: Do you think anyone in Eric Holder’s office is listening?
Tweet When I was in high school, we spent a great deal of time studying Tammany Hall, not just because the school wanted us to understand that government is inherently corrupt, but because of the charming George Washington Plunkitt and his wonderful autobiography, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall. In it, with almost child-like innocence, he freely [...]