Tag Archives: Breitbart

Throw the bums out

Here’s another elitist pol so crooked and so arrogant that she records herself begging a lobbyist for money. Because, you see, she’s in a position to do favors. I hope she’s up for re-election. But, then, she’s a black D.C. Dem pol and they tend not to be overthrown very often. They’re so entitled, you know. To steal.

Race hustlers: put up or shut up

It’s the oldest ploy in the Left’s playbook: when you can’t win an argument, accuse your opponent of racism. Breitbart has a great comeback for the Black Congressional Caucus’ accusation of Tea Party racial slurs. If they prove their claim with a video or audio recording Breibart will pay $10,000. Otherwise… It’s a safe bet. If they could prove it, it would have been all over the Dem’s client media by now.

Retracto

Seeking a retraction to Big Journalism’s latest, ahem, screwup? Retracto the Correction Alpaca has a few, uh, score. This is funny stuff. I wonder if they take submissions?

Via Rare Reader Veeshir.

Pigeon, Impossible

"A rookie secret agent is faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase." — A funny six-minute video cartoon that was financed, in part, by the local Austin Film Society. Breitbart says it has gone viral.

Crowley dignified, Gates still lying, Barry won’t apologize

This Breitbart video of Sergeant Crowley taking questions from the media is a close look at an interesting and intelligent man. Far from being a chump to lend credence to Barry, he obviously held his own. That thick Boston accent brings back memories. Not all pleasant. I lived there many years ago.

He and Professor Gates plan to meet again, place and topic unspecified. Something tells me Gates is going to be the taught and Crowley the teacher. Maybe next time Gates will be polite when the cops come to call. Meanwhile one of Crowley’s black police colleagues had a complaint of his own for Gates. The professor’s post-beer statement, on his Web newsletter, is a little pompous and still obfuscating, for the fellow who I think started the whole thing and still refuses to admit it.

Michael Barrone also gives the snob Gates a deserved, good skewering for picking on a "little" guy.

It still amazes me that Barry, whose "stupidly" remark on the case he admitted he knew nothing about has cost him dearly in the polls, still apparently refuses to say sorry. If either of the three clearly should, it’s him. Kiss that fifty percent approval goodbye, B. Hussein. You may never see it again.

UPDATE:  Crowley and Gates, at least, whatever the latter’s refusal to own up, seem to have hit it off rather well.