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(American Thinker)   Until the media stops obsessing over the infidelities of the GOP candidates and starts doing its job, Barack Obama's chances of a second term continue to scare the living daylights out of those who understand its implications   (americanthinker.com) divider line 200
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2012-01-20 08:42:39 AM
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2012-01-20 08:48:26 AM
Yes, let's get back to focusing on the real issues that concern the nation.

You know, like protecting the sanctity of marriage from the gheys.
 
2012-01-20 08:58:23 AM
I O K I Y A R
 
2012-01-20 08:59:25 AM
As I watch the media circus surrounding Marianne Gingrich's interview regarding her relationship with her ex-husband and GOP candidate, Newt Gingrich, I am once again reminded of the double standard afforded to the Democrats and Barack Obama in particular

hey - the Republicans made 'family values' their core message. it's perfectly valid to see just how dedicated they actually ARE to their own values. it's not the media's fault that the GOP frontrunners are a bunch of slimy, skeezy lyin' cheating hypocritical sons of biatches. they just reported what they found.
 
2012-01-20 09:06:23 AM

Weaver95: As I watch the media circus surrounding Marianne Gingrich's interview regarding her relationship with her ex-husband and GOP candidate, Newt Gingrich, I am once again reminded of the double standard afforded to the Democrats and Barack Obama in particular

hey - the Republicans made 'family values' their core message. it's perfectly valid to see just how dedicated they actually ARE to their own values. it's not the media's fault that the GOP frontrunners are a bunch of slimy, skeezy lyin' cheating hypocritical sons of biatches. they just reported what they found.


And so far no one has shown that Barak has been less than completely faithful to Michelle. The Obamas have very solid family values credentials.

The last (D) to show his Weener to someone he was not married to was pretty quickly thrown under the nearest bus
 
2012-01-20 09:06:52 AM
He's right. I remember the Conspiracy of Silence among the Lamestream LSM Stream Media during the Clinton-Lewinsky affair.
 
2012-01-20 09:07:30 AM
I don't know...maybe it's the hypocrisy of coveting a neighbor's wife or something.

Maybe the GOP should field a decent candidate. Obama is vulnerable but likely will keep the GOP because the GOP field of candidates sucks ass.
 
2012-01-20 09:11:14 AM
I'm A-OK with the implications of another Obama term.
 
2012-01-20 09:13:00 AM
Furthermore, rumors abound regarding additional messages that may or may not have been openly shared at the dinner in Obama's presence. Ted Belman reported at Israpundit that he has a reliable source that "the audio tape clearly picks up the toast 'death to Israel'." Did Obama drink to the death of an American ally that he has been actively intimidating, browbeating, and dissing since he phoned Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on his first day in office?

Some say "yes."
 
2012-01-20 09:16:39 AM
Disgustingly dishonest.
 
2012-01-20 09:21:11 AM
If I were to run on a "change the oil in your car yourself" platform, then photos of me at Oil Can Henry's would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to represent myself as the "go vegan or go home" candidate, a film of me enjoying a steak would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to run as a Christian candidate, the records of my donations to and leadership in the United Church of Dagon and Baal would be relevant and the media should report it.

These would not be trivial distractions, they would be things that the people to whom I was lying would want to know.

How hard is that to understand?
 
2012-01-20 09:24:43 AM

unlikely: How hard is that to understand?


IOKIYAR! What is so hard to understand about that?
 
2012-01-20 09:25:53 AM

sigdiamond2000: Did Obama drink to the death of an American ally


Regardless of the highly unlikely truth of that insanely dubious 3rd hand distorted piece of claptrap, no.
 
2012-01-20 09:26:48 AM

Code_Archeologist: unlikely: How hard is that to understand?

IOKIYAR! What is so hard to understand about that?


I'd forgotten. My bad.
 
2012-01-20 09:31:16 AM

unlikely: If I were to run on a "change the oil in your car yourself" platform, then photos of me at Oil Can Henry's would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to represent myself as the "go vegan or go home" candidate, a film of me enjoying a steak would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to run as a Christian candidate, the records of my donations to and leadership in the United Church of Dagon and Baal would be relevant and the media should report it.

These would not be trivial distractions, they would be things that the people to whom I was lying would want to know.

How hard is that to understand?


Oh, they understand it... They just ignore that because it isn't convenient to the narrative the "Media" is "In the bag for Obama".

It must be so hard for these folks to keep themselves in a perpetual state of outrage... Going on 4 years now.

No wonder the GOP hasn't done a damn thing worthwhile in that time.
 
2012-01-20 09:32:20 AM

sigdiamond2000: Furthermore, rumors abound regarding additional messages that may or may not have been openly shared at the dinner in Obama's presence. Ted Belman reported at Israpundit that he has a reliable source that "the audio tape clearly picks up the toast 'death to Israel'." Did Obama drink to the death of an American ally that he has been actively intimidating, browbeating, and dissing since he phoned Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on his first day in office?

Some say "yes."


What a plausible rumor! Hopefully this Blogger-Patriot doesn't get caught in the teeth of the Obamachine that personally murdered 114 Chicago orphans all of whom could have told the story of Obama's arrival via Kenyan Airlines and the pre-gruel sworn blood oath to hand over the Constitution to the Triumverate of the ChiComs, the IslamoSocioFasicist and the Secret Gay Army of the Apocalypse!
 
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2012-01-20 09:32:34 AM
Yes, character stooped mattering when Clinton's term ended. People should be terrified every time we imply that Obama is a secret Muslim black terrorist.
 
2012-01-20 09:33:37 AM
The media had to focus on something lurid, seeing as Jon Huntsman's daughters stubbornly refused to be vapid and trampy.

/dammitsomuch
 
2012-01-20 09:38:22 AM
Yes, scaring the living daylights out of those who understand its implications.

0.tqn.com
 
2012-01-20 09:40:29 AM

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Secret Gay Army of the Apocalypse!


I like the ring of that.
 
2012-01-20 09:53:55 AM
assets.nydailynews.com


Death to Israel!
 
2012-01-20 09:56:17 AM
sadhillnews.com


Here's to you and here's to me

May we never disagree

But if we do,

Then fark you

And here's to me.
 
2012-01-20 10:00:15 AM
From the comments: "That the media attacks conservatives and protects marxists has not been in doubt for years. The only questions remaining are why, and why so extensively? How can all of the pretty faces and other "minorities" in journOlism expect to survive in their present exalted positions in a totalitarian or islamist regime (particularly the harpies)? Can they and the marxist professors who indoctrinated them really be that stupid? Obviously, the answer is affirmative."

Tee hee!
 
2012-01-20 10:01:13 AM

vernonFL: [assets.nydailynews.com image 485x325]


Death to Israel!


And to add insult to injury, he's toasting with Manischewitz.
 
2012-01-20 10:03:15 AM
blogs.ajc.com

Here's to swimmin with bow legged women!
 
2012-01-20 10:08:54 AM

imapirate: I'm A-OK with the implications of another Obama term.


Frankly, I don't think Obama has any idea what he's planning to do next term. He seems like he blew his wad in the first two years and hasn't had much of an idea since then to implement.
 
2012-01-20 10:09:30 AM
so
One of the awesome parts about a free press is that if you do not like the news being published you can produce your own news.
The other part of the free press is that the citizens can vote with their feet and their dollars.
We, the people, decide what is important, not the talking heads, not one party or the other, not the losers, not the people who are trying to hide their hypocrisy.

One of the main reasons that Jon Stewart is so popular is that he points out the hypocrisy of people. No matter what side. Esp those that claim to be perfect.
 
2012-01-20 10:10:15 AM
The media's time would instead be far better spent in obsessing over well debunked "birth certificate" stories instead?

Here's a clue, kids: if you champion yourself as a "values" candidate, and are schtupping someone on the side whilst trying to shame a President out of office, maybe folks wouldn't notice the affair so much.

If you obsess about a Congresscritter who took a picture of his clothed junk, yet discussing documented infidelities, and a pattern of infidelities, and that is somehow taboo when it's "your" side?

Here's a hint: it's bad no matter who does it. If you want to reclaim any sort of moral or ethical center, you can't just say, "Bu-bu-bu-but the other guys do it too, an' besides we stand for the sanctity of marriage" and then toss those vows out the window when one of "your own" wanders. Hold yourselves to a higher standard and you might see folks at least respect the position. You can't decry moral relativism and then try to hide behind at the same time.

It's not Quantum Political Superposition, it's hypocrisy.

Don't be a f*cking hypocrite, and then maybe folks might respect the position at least. If you want to take the moral high ground, you have to actually occupy that territory first.

Occupy that. Then we can talk. You whining, puling cowards...
 
2012-01-20 10:10:36 AM

I_C_Weener: imapirate: I'm A-OK with the implications of another Obama term.

Frankly, I don't think Obama has any idea what he's planning to do next term. He seems like he blew his wad in the first two years and hasn't had much of an idea since then to implement.


You sound...concerned.
 
2012-01-20 10:11:00 AM

unlikely: If I were to run on a "change the oil in your car yourself" platform, then photos of me at Oil Can Henry's would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to represent myself as the "go vegan or go home" candidate, a film of me enjoying a steak would be relevant and the media should report on it.

If I were to run as a Christian candidate, the records of my donations to and leadership in the United Church of Dagon and Baal would be relevant and the media should report it.

These would not be trivial distractions, they would be things that the people to whom I was lying would want to know.

How hard is that to understand?


But Newt isn't running as any of those things. He's running as a white Republican who's not Romney. The media needs to focus exclusively on that.
 
2012-01-20 10:11:03 AM
It was recently reported that Jerusalem Post editor Steve Linde quoted Bibi Netanyahu calling The New York Times and Haaretz Israel's two main enemies because "they set the agenda for an anti-Israel campaign all over the world." Netanyahu denies making this exact statement, but there is no question that both papers' reporting reflects a bias that can be characterized only as anti-Israel propaganda.


Haaretz is anti-Israeli propaganda. Paranoia is an amazing thing, isn't it?
 
2012-01-20 10:15:59 AM

Diogenes: I_C_Weener: imapirate: I'm A-OK with the implications of another Obama term.

Frankly, I don't think Obama has any idea what he's planning to do next term. He seems like he blew his wad in the first two years and hasn't had much of an idea since then to implement.

You sound...concerned.


No. He just doesn't seem to have a plan, which is ok. I'm curious what America destroying policy he will be forced to create just so he has a platform to run on though. I mean, "I'm not the other guy" worked for Bush, but will it work for a sekret muslin?
 
2012-01-20 10:19:41 AM

Diogenes: Disgustingly dishonest.


You sound concerned. :)
 
2012-01-20 10:19:58 AM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-01-20 10:22:44 AM

I_C_Weener: Diogenes: Disgustingly dishonest.

You sound concerned. :)


Touche.

But honestly, we've got the State of the Union coming up and the primaries to pick his opponent are still ongoing. I'm sure his future plans and ideas will come out.
 
2012-01-20 10:34:15 AM
Waaahhhh!!! The liberal lamestream MSM media is spending all of their time covering recent events that call into question the morals of our moral crusader instead of covering an 8 year old non-story!
 
2012-01-20 10:41:58 AM

hubiestubert: The media's time would instead be far better spent in obsessing over well debunked "birth certificate" stories instead?

Here's a clue, kids: if you champion yourself as a "values" candidate, and are schtupping someone on the side whilst trying to shame a President out of office, maybe folks wouldn't notice the affair so much.

If you obsess about a Congresscritter who took a picture of his clothed junk, yet discussing documented infidelities, and a pattern of infidelities, and that is somehow taboo when it's "your" side?

Here's a hint: it's bad no matter who does it. If you want to reclaim any sort of moral or ethical center, you can't just say, "Bu-bu-bu-but the other guys do it too, an' besides we stand for the sanctity of marriage" and then toss those vows out the window when one of "your own" wanders. Hold yourselves to a higher standard and you might see folks at least respect the position. You can't decry moral relativism and then try to hide behind at the same time.

It's not Quantum Political Superposition, it's hypocrisy.

Don't be a f*cking hypocrite, and then maybe folks might respect the position at least. If you want to take the moral high ground, you have to actually occupy that territory first.

Occupy that. Then we can talk. You whining, puling cowards...


I like hypocrisy. We need it. It means that at least somebody acknowledges there are standards that a civilized citizen should live up to. The "at least he's not a hypocrite" dodge is just a different brand of excuse-making bullshiat. Just because a congressmember doesn't preach family values before hitting the bars to go feel up some cocktail waitress doesn't make him any less of a piece of shiat.
 
2012-01-20 10:50:25 AM
i575.photobucket.com
 
2012-01-20 10:53:49 AM
It's not the infidelities, it's the hypocrisy.
 
2012-01-20 11:05:55 AM
Yeah media! Stop questioning the fidelity of the man who used you to question the fidelity of the President because the President wouldn't let him sit up front in Air Force One!
 
2012-01-20 11:10:36 AM

sigdiamond2000: Furthermore, rumors abound regarding additional messages that may or may not have been openly shared at the dinner in Obama's presence. Ted Belman reported at Israpundit that he has a reliable source that "the audio tape clearly picks up the toast 'death to Israel'." Did Obama drink to the death of an American ally that he has been actively intimidating, browbeating, and dissing since he phoned Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on his first day in office?

Some say "yes."


Oh wow, we've got the new "Whitey" tape.
 
2012-01-20 11:12:12 AM
Hey driver, where're we going
I swear my nerves are showing
Set your hopes up way too high
The living's in the way we die

images.zap2it.com
 
2012-01-20 11:12:25 AM
Yeah, it was the "liberal" media that had Clinton in the news every night and licked Bush's ass during the run up to Iraq.
 
2012-01-20 11:12:52 AM
Why do all of these conservative blogs have ironic names?
 
2012-01-20 11:14:05 AM
In Baruq Hussein Ub'ama's Kenya, he and the majority of the other Moslems are Sunni. While I'm sure they hate Israel for their freedom just like all other Moslems, I don't think Ub'ama would necessarily side with Iran. If there's one thing Sunnis hate more than the Jew, it's the Shia, especially Persian Shiats. Of course he's toasting death to Israel, but he really means death to America.
 
2012-01-20 11:17:06 AM
Actually I care little for Newt's infidelities and believe his batshait crazy positions are what they should focus on. If only conservatives took this mantra during the Clinton years. Then again they'd have nothing to complain about since Clinton co-opted most of what the Republicans asked for.
 
2012-01-20 11:17:37 AM

vernonFL: [assets.nydailynews.com image 485x325]


Death to Israel!


Just like a Muslim to toast to jihad with a glass of merlot.
 
2012-01-20 11:18:03 AM
latimesblogs.latimes.com

Wait what?!?!
 
2012-01-20 11:18:08 AM
I think the fact that he's a sociopath overshadows his penchant for blowjobs and hypocrisy.
 
2012-01-20 11:19:20 AM

ginandbacon: journOlism


Oooo, that's clever!
 
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