MSNBC contributor Joy-Ann Reid is either grossly misinformed, ignorant or just willing to lie to NBC´s audience. In an effort to enhance her glowing praise of President Obama´s response to the Boston Marathon bombings, Reid contrasted it with her memory of President Bush´s response to the attacks of September 11, 2001. “Having, sort of, one person communicating with you is very important. We learned after 9/11 that when George W. Bush didn’t do it, Rudy Giuliani stepped in. The whole country was waiting for him to come on the television for those first couple of weeks because you
What a selective memory this slut has. Many of WTP will never forget our Pres. Bush standing side by side with an Emg. Response Patriot, blow horn in hand, giving us a sign of encouragement that "We were being heard" A tearful moment after seeing what we saw that fateful day. No idea WHO this person is; no desire to meet or see her...ever. What a bonehead.
More falsehoods about Bush - from yet another in media who does or should know better. And while she won´t have any consequence for the lies, as none ever do, you´ll not hear a peep outta Bush in his own defense either. Our side gets steamrolled so often because we regularly lay down in front of the heavy machinery.
The daily parade of insane/idiotic claims in news is getting more insane/idiotic daily. Is no one accountable starting with MSNBC. I guess people are in love with their own voices regardless of irresponsible comments.
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mary Ellen, 4/16/2013 10:23:37 PM (No. 9279435)
After 9/11 Bush put things in place to protect the American people and we didn´t have any more attacks here. Obama´s crowd can´t even find a clue as to who did this. He doesn´t care people, as long as damage is done to Americans, he doesn´t give a rip.
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get er done, 4/16/2013 10:29:36 PM (No. 9279440)
I was just warned about using a bad word after reading #9´s post, thinking I could respond, "Lying racist b_tch!" Close enough.
It is time for those who are being disparaged daily in print and in word, the Conservatives, the Catholics, Christians, ex-military, Tea Party members, so join forces and sue the cr_p out of (and hide their clothes) the liberal heathen media and those who promulgated the disparaging Army training materials.
Plan B -- Tell the truth, loudly and often about the Left and their despicable deeds, Fast and Furious, Benghazi massacre, slashing spending for military and security while blowing billions on welfare, travel and parties.
WHO cares?? BTW, just when you think messnbc cannot possibly sink any lower, they hire another lying-knee-pad-wearing-"brain-trust" like joyless-ann-reid to spew forth.. Hmmm, perhaps she belongs to old dingy-harry-reid.....What a gene pool that would be!
Delusional and a racist of the first water. In her book, Soetoro is incapable of doing anything wrong. MSNBC has cornered the market on people like this who populate such alternate-universe efforts as the pretentious Alex Wagner´s "Now."
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Friday there is an anti-government strain of the GOP that is causing problems for the whole, calling on Republicans to take back control. “They have something going on. I say to Republicans, ‘Take back your party,’” Pelosi said on “CBS This Morning.” She pointed to the fact that a majority of Republicans didn’t support President George W. Bush on TARP and that they didn’t vote for federal aid after Hurricane Sandy as evidence of the issues that are also seen in the current government shutdown. Pelosi pointed to intraparty fighting on the GOP side as
Vice President Joe Biden is proud of the National Park Service ranger who stood up to Rep. Randy Neugebauer at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. On Thursday, video surfaced online of Neugebauer, a Texas Republican, angrily lecturing the ranger for setting up barricades to the memorial. "I´m proud of you," Biden said, according to his office´s Twitter account, revealing that the vice president had called the ranger to thank her for her service. Neugebauer told the ranger that the Park Service should be "ashamed" for blocking access to the memorial. “I’m not ashamed,” the ranger replied.
Is liberals´ claim that conservatism is mean correct? After reading this article, you tell me. In the early sixties, two school bus-loads of us black kids from Pumphery, Maryland were bused to nearby Brooklyn Park Junior/Senior High School. I felt like a speck of pepper in a salt shaker. Every month, the best seven paintings from all the art classes were displayed in the school lobby. Numerous times, a painting of mine made the cut. The selection process perfectly illustrated conservatism, as it was based solely on merit. Had today´s liberalism been in power at that time, paintings would have been selected based
WASHINGTON—Senior Republicans in Congress, frustrated over their inability to strike a deal to reopen the government, began shifting from their drive to undercut the 2010 health-care law, which has been the central element of the dispute, toward a broader budget deal. The new focus comes as Congress is beginning to confront the need to raise the nation´s debt ceiling, which the Treasury said must be done this month in order for it to pay all its obligations. With federal agencies largely shuttered for a third day, some GOP lawmakers were exploring whether the political stalemate over funding the government could
As the government shutdown continues, the nation gets closer and closer to the day—probably Oct. 17—when Washington hits the debt limit, and with it the specter of default. President Obama may be getting nervous about what will happen to his negotiating position as that day approaches. He keeps asserting that the debt limit has never been used "to extort a president or a government party." Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is selling the same story, saying "until very recently, Congress typically raised the debt ceiling on a routine basis . . . the threat of default was not a bargaining chip in
House Republicans can do their job and vote to fund the government without funding ObamaCare, regardless of whether Senate Democrats ever show up for work. The House can pass bills funding the most urgent parts of the government piece by piece. In fact, they can get back to regular order and pass actual appropriations bills, pursuant to the Ryan budget the House has already passed. Then House Republicans can hold daily press conferences and list the government agencies and programs they have voted to fund, and announce they are ready to go to conference committee with Senate Democrats on those funding bills,
Is this the Change we were waiting for? Really? Even if you voted the other way in 2008, most of the country felt an energy early in 2009, fresh blood in the White House, a clean slate built on a historic choice who promised so much. Even skeptics were hopeful. No more. Just look, if you haven´t just eaten, at the sad spectacle unfolding in Washington these days on both sides — starting at the top. As the world´s second oldest profession, politics has never been pretty. We ask these chosen men and women to set the collective public priorities and work
RUSH: This is really outrageous on so many levels, buts let´s take it at a base level. The thrust of the story is that there are a lot of poor blacks and single mothers in the South who are black, two-thirds of ´em aren´t gonna have any health care or insurance and it´s because of Republicans. Yes, Republican governors, yes, you see the Republican governors are denying two-thirds of their poor black and single-mother populations health care. That´s what the New York Times says. Here is the lead sentence, and it prompts an obvious question. Here´s the lead sentence. "A sweeping
RUSH: James Taranto, the Wall Street Journal, has a story of a guy named Brendan Mahoney, who did succeed. It´s a Hartford Courant story, and this guy´s being joked about as the man who saved Obamacare. The subhead is: "Great news! They got a 30-year-old dude to sign up!" And here are the details. "Meet Brendan Mahoney, the young man who is saving ObamaCare. He´s 30 years old, a third-year law student at the University of Connecticut. He´s actually been insured for the past three years -- in 2011 and 2012 through a $2,400-a-year school-sponsored health plan." So he´s already
RUSH: Harry Reid. Let´s move on to sound bites five, six, and seven. This is yesterday, Dana Bash, Q&A with Dingy Harry. BASH: If you can help one child who has cancer, why wouldn´t you do it? REID: Why would we want to do that? I have 1,100 people at Nellis Air Force base that are sitting home. They have a few problems of their own. This is... To have someone of your intelligence to suggest such a thing maybe means -- BASH: I´m just asking a question. REID: -- you’re irresponsible and reckless. RUSH: Can you hear it? She is so embarrassed. Her idol,
One reason this column was wary of congressional Republicans´ government-shutdown strategy against ObamaCare is that it seemed unlikely to succeed. ObamaCare is unpopular, but so are government shutdowns, and both the president (for structural reasons) and the Democrats (for ideological ones) would appear to have a natural advantage in such a confrontation. Hence the Democrats´ "victory" in the last two shutdowns, in 1995 and 1996. It may still turn out that way, but we´ve been surprised this week at the Democrats´ tactical maladroitness. As Josh Jordan quipped yesterday on Twitter: "Since the shutdown began, Obama and [Senate Majority Leader Harry] Reid
RUSH: I can´t tell you why, I mean, this is a gut feel. Of course it could be wrong. I actually think that the Democrats are showing signs of losing it in this shutdown. I really do. I think they´re in uncharted water. It´s what I was talking about yesterday. When you know you have the media on your side, you just are confident you´re gonna get your way, and they have been with the Republicans ever since basically the 2008 election, the 2012 election, throw 2010 out, they basically have been able to intimidate the Republicans into falling in
Get ready for Chelsea Clinton Bump Watch 2014 — the only daughter of the former president and former secretary of State is declaring next year the “Year of the Baby.” In an interview for the November issue of Glamour magazine on her work with the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, Clinton reveals that she and husband Marc Mezvinsky are planning for a bouncing addition to their household. According to the 33-year-old Oxford grad, the pair, who married in 2010, sat down together a year after tying the knot and made a list focused on their future, saying, “We want,
Tom Hanks is already declaring his presidential pick for 2016, there’s just one, small problem: a little thing called term limits. The star of “Captain Phillips,” told ITK at the soon-to-be-released film’s Wednesday premiere at the Newseum in Washington, “I’m voting for Barack Obama — 2016.” A laughing Hanks, who supported Obama during his 2008 White House bid, added, “Yes, I am! Four more years.” The Academy Award winner, 57, plays Captain Richard Phillips in the flick, based on the seaman’s book on the real-life 2009 hijacking of his cargo ship by Somali pirates. Hanks told ITK it was an
In case there´s any doubt as to who´s to blame for this outrage, a spokesman for National Park Service said the White House Office of Management and Budget ordered up the blockades.Even Bill Clinton didn´t have the audacity to try such a thing during the 1995 government shutdown.As the AP reported at the time, "tourists were free to wander the halls of the Capitol, touch the walls of the Vietnam Memorial and climb the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to read the Gettysburg Address — those and other similar sites don´t require supervision of federal employees." This isn´t the first time
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More than a dozen House Republicans who want to drop attempts to undermine the health-care law and reopen the government are meeting among themselves and with House Speaker John Boehner -- and he’s listening. For the past few weeks, Boehner’s hand has been guided by a group of Tea Party-aligned Republican House members who’ve urged little compromise in their three-year drive to undo the 2010 Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. Now, the agitation is coming from the other side of the caucus. A bipartisan group of about 40 House lawmakers are holding private talks to find a compromise
Despite an emergency meeting at the White House, congressional leaders reported no progress late Wednesday on trying to reach a budget deal -- while over on Capitol Hill, tempers were flaring and lawmakers were melting down on the floor of the House. The top four congressional leaders took a stab, during an hour-long White House meeting, at negotiating with President Obama over the impasse. There was no breakthrough. House Speaker John Boehner emerged saying he had a "nice, polite conversation" but complaining that Obama would not budge off his demand that Congress pass a straight budget bill -- one that does not
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DALLAS —In a shopping center parking lot 1,300 miles from Washington’s bureaucracy and bickering, teen mom Karina Luciano loaded a watermelon and baby formula into her car. Luciano didn’t realize the federal assistance program that just purchased the food items for her children, Aimee, 2, and Jaiden, 11 months, is now in jeopardy because of the government shutdown. “Oh my god, I think I’m going to cry,” Luciano said upon learning the news. “This is really bad.” Nearly 9 million low-income mothers and children receive benefits under the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children. Congress’ inability to
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The bizarre attack at the White House and Capitol today was reportedly perpetrated by a 34-year-old dental hygienist licensed in Connecticut. Miriam Carey, who was killed by law enforcement after ramming White House barricades and fleeing to the Capitol, had a toddler in the car with her, according to New York Post reporting: Sources said Miriam Carey, who formerly lived in Brooklyn, was licensed to practice in New York and Connecticut and had a permit to work as a hygienist in Connecticut prisons. At least a dozen gunshots were fired when she tried to flee cops, who had trapped her two blocks