Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Perry Smears Begin plus Tids

Well, we knew this was coming. No sooner did Texas governor Rick Perry announce his candidacy for president and his detractors (which would be everyone in the Make Believe Media) started coming out of the woodwork.

Here's Bloombergs hit piece.

Here's President Obama telling Perry to watch what he says. And what high ground does he have from which to criticize, especially after he called patriotic Americans "bitter clingers?"

But this one takes the cake. Special Ed Shultz gets caught red-handed editing Perry's words. At the very least, he should be fired for his blatant attempt at the sleaziest type of yellow journalism, then tarred and feathered and run out of town on a rail.

You need to bookmark this link so you can have some ammunition when the lefties start in on their inane babbling talking points about Perry: Seventeen (17) things that critics are saying about Rick Perry. If you like Perry, as I do, you owe it to him, you, and whichever fool you're talking to defend his record. Heaven knows the MBM won't be doing it.

Did I mention that I like Rick Perry? So do a lot of other people, according to this poll.

In other news and stuff, Obama's Magical Misery Tour continues.

“Don’t buy into this whole notion that somehow government doesn’t do us any good,” Obama said. “Government protects us. Government is what built the interstate highway system. Government is what put a man on the moon.”
No, Mr. President, that's not what anyone on the right is saying. What we are saying is that your brand of government doesn't do us any good. Notice that every example he gives of government is from the past, when we had at least a semblance of control over Washington. Contrast that to today, where government regulations are strangling our markets, government tells us which light bulbs we can buy, we'll be jailed if we don't purchase ObamaCare, and large parts of formerly lush farmland lies fallow because of some insignificant little fish. That was then, Mr. President, this is now.
It wasn't that long ago that politicians viewed dependency on the government as a failure, unlike our current Agriculture Secretary. I miss the good old days...
I found this over at Ace's place. It's a hilarious time sink, as Monty puts it. Click at your peril...
Lastly, life explained by scientific graphs.
Oh, and send out some good vibrations for my computer, which mysteriously died yesterday morning. It's running OK now. The ways of Bill Gates are wondrous indeed.
Have a good day, y'all.

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