Sunday Ragout

Bobby Schilling: Scaring The Bejeebus Out Of All The Right People

Leftwinger Noam Chomsky on the meaning of the results of the November election:

“You could almost interpret it a kind of death knell for the species.”

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A Safe Bet

Victor Davis Hanson:

“So I predict that 18 months from now the president himself will still be calling for a new civility . . . and will once again adopt the sorts of over-the-top metaphors, similies, allusions, and rough-stuff politics that got him elected senator in 2004 and president in 2008, and pushed his health-care legislation through in 2009. If anything, the language of division will be shriller even than in 2010 . . .”

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How Dare You Tell The Truth About A Marxist Revolutionary, You Right-Wing Hatemonger

You can’t make this stuff up—Glenn Beck casts some sunlight on a well-known Marxist agitator and she goes whining to The New York Times that the truth is causing her some problems with those not marching lockstep with her extremist ideology.

Amazing.

If she believes what she writes, why doesn’t she openly defend her positions instead of trying to shut down debate?

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What About The Chillllldren?

The House GOP released a list of $2.5 trillion in spending cuts. Go to the link and take a look— “the most vulnerable among us” will not suffer one whit.

There are at least this many cuts that could be made in Illinois government without hurting the poor and needy. The Illinois GOP needs to make a similar list and demand these low-hanging fruits be plucked before they agree to borrow more money to fund the pensions the Democrats looted.

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Abortion: The One Activity Liberals Won’t Regulate and The One Industry They Enthusiastically Support

Barack Obama on the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade:

“… government should not intrude on private family matters.”

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Let’s Hope This Is True

Keith Olbermann to be named White House Press Secretary?

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Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

3 thoughts on “Sunday Ragout”

  1. Obama will continue to attempt to paint himself as a moderate between now and the 2012 elections. SO far he is getting away with it as the press has again gone in to silent worship of the False Prophet. First notice was how the majority of lamestream media let him pass on his abusing of the Arizona memorial by turning it into an Obama 2012 Campaign Rally.

  2. Most talking heads claimed the shirts and atmosphere at that “memorial” were not Obama’s fault, or even that all the cheering annoyed him.

    But he could have stopped that from the podium if he wanted, as other more competent speakers noted. It was Obama’s meeting, and it was a huge national deal. He had to have some advance team there that knew exactly what kind of meeting it would be.

    And unless he is even more grossly incompetent than I think, his administration would be setting the tone themselves. So they make it a campaign event, but Obama gets to pretend it wasn’t exactly what he wanted.

    Obama is back in full campaign mode … trying to ignore all the divisiveness and harsh rhetoric that has marked the Democrats for years. VDH (from qce’s link) has it right.

    For 2012, President Obama will have raised $1 billion in cash. He knows from 2008 (“cling to guns or religion,” “typical white person,” “gun to a knife fight”) that his own emotionalism and polarization both earn him cash and create the “them” against “us” (minorities, youth, gays, women) binaries that might draw attention away from an agenda that a majority simply does not want. Obama has always used polarizing politics, coupled with calls for bipartisanship, to great effect, and he surely — as we just saw again in October 2010 (“punish,” “backseat,” “enemies”) — cannot stop now.”

  3. [But he could have stopped that from the podium if he wanted, as other more competent speakers noted. It was Obama’s meeting, and it was a huge national deal. He had to have some advance team there that knew exactly what kind of meeting it would be. ]

    I like to assume that Obama had originally intended to pay proper respect to the event. But it was evident from the beginning of the event that the crowd was in campaign mode. Obama, being a true False Prophet that preaches moderation and governs as a Marxist wannabe, seized the moment for election purposes – instead of trying to direct the crowd to display the proper reverence. Obamas true talent lies not in wisdom but in his ability to use rhetoric to fire up crowds. That is what he did at the memorial. Choosing words and timing his pauses to fire the flames of the true believers.

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