I’ve long maintained that the existence of the “birther movement” is President Obama’s fault. He could dispel the rumors about his birth by simply showing everyone his 1961 birth certificate. By doing so, he would also save a lot in legal fees. Yet, no one has ever asked Obama why he’d rather lose money than show his birth certificate. It’s time to ask that question.
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Jon Stewart is the bigger jerk by far. CNN is the smaller jerk.
It’s common in sports to see an athlete play past his prime, searching for something he never achieved or fearing life without the spotlight. Think Muhammad Ali losing to Leon Spinks or Willie Mays batting .211 for the New York Mets.
Watching the liberal media claw at Rand Paul like a pack of rabid hyenas has been particularly frustrating, considering Paul could so easily turn the the fight around on them.
What do the shoe bomber, the underpants bomber and Saturday’s SUV bomber in Times Square have in common? Projectile dysfunction.
With all the hand-wringing in the news the past couple of days over Arizona making it illegal to be in America illegally (wait…what? Redundant redundancy!), and requiring folks once arrested to prove legality with an ID, I’ll bet you’ll think these quotes came from an Arizona legislator about that law:
At this writing, we know nothing of the political leanings of [intlink id="714880" type="post"]Hutaree, the paramilitary group arrested by federal authorities for conspiracy to commit sedition[/intlink].
Insults in political discourse have been part of American culture at least since Mark Twain wrote: “Reader, suppose you were an idiot; and suppose you were a member of Congress; but I repeat myself.”
Last week political correctness tried to kill history. No one from the media tried to stop the murder. Instead, most media outlets became willing accomplices to the crime.