Friday, April 22, 2011


After advocating for higher oil prices and then doing all that he can to restrict the flow of oil (especially American oil) Fidel Obama is now siccing the Justice Dept. on, get this, speculators.

How many ways is this wrong? It's hard to count all the ways. It's wrong because it's deceptive. Obama and company are not on the level about anything. It's wrong because speculators should not be vilified. Contrary to the what the whores in the media might say, speculators contribute to society. Worse than villifying speculators, the Obama Media Complex scapegoats speculators. In their view, they are unconditionally vile but they are also conditionally vile. They are the culprits. Not precious Barack and his Merry Marxists. No, they are once more beyond reproach.

The timing is perfect. "Atlas Shrugged Part I" was released a week ago. I did not see this movie yet, but I read the book years ago. The novel perfectly encapsulates the dishonor and dishonesty or Barack Obama and people (excuse me, folks not people) of his ilk. Also, today is Good Friday. What good is Good Friday if we cannot acknwledge evil. Habitual liars are evil and this administration is habitually dishonest. Now they are scapegoating (and will probably persecute) honest, productive people in an elaborate political maneuver. "Yes We Can."

This is the least scrupulous administration in American History. We have a thug in the White House. We have media who beleive that facts do not matter. Spin is all that matters. The Kool Aiders are sucking their nectar and bowing down to the DC Gangsters. Happy Easter!

Monday, April 18, 2011

Media Tuesday: Discerning Media Bias

This is bias 101. If you ever want to know a reporter's bias, read the last paragraph of his article.

How The Daily Beast covers Donald Trump:

By the time he started dredging up Obama's Chicago past and his ties to Bill Ayers and Tony Rezko, some in the crowd started to get up to leave.

"This part is exactly what he said on Hannity's program," one fellow said to another as he made his way out of the park.

"He needs some new material," his friend agreed.

First of all, I don't buy the silly idea that ANYONE got up to lead when Trump brought up Obama's past. And I believe the conversation recreatd above is pure fiction. People have taken a liking to Trump because he has made game of Obama's sordid past. That is why the came to see Trump.

But it serves The Daily Beast to editorialize against the examination of Obama's past.

Here's the AP spinning a tale of woe.

It starts with a chicken vs. egg confused headline.

Republican legislative gains tug nation to right

Ummm, wasn't it the other way around? The article then lists all the foolishness the 2010 election has wrought on our country. Legislators and legislatures are passing and repealing laws! Silly laws. Stupid laws. Foolish laws. But all is not lost. It ends on an optimistic note.

In Montana, Republican leaders are struggling to keep their eye on the big picture — cutting spending, developing natural resources — while the swollen GOP freshman class peppers the debate with calls to nullify federal laws, create an armed citizen's militia, legalize spear hunting, force FBI agents to get a sheriff's OK before arresting anyone, and more.

"Stop scaring our constituents and stop letting us look like buffoons," veteran Republican lawmaker Walt McNutt told the aggressive newcomers.

Gov. Brian Schweitzer, not one of the Democrats to roll over, came up with a cattle brand that reads "VETO" and seems itching to use it. "Ain't nobody in the history of Montana has had so many danged ornery critters," he said.

Reporters cannot conceal bias for long. If you want to know what they really think (and what they want you to think) read the last few sentences of the article. They reveal themselves every time.