Posts Tagged: Barney Frank

The most dangerous place to be is between a liberal and a tragedy to exploit

The most dangerous place to be is between a liberal and a tragedy to exploit

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It’s downright dangerous. And oh yeah, never let a serious crisis go to waste. The victims of the Boston bombing hadn’t even been identified when democrats began exploiting the tragedy. The clown known as Barney Frank blamed tax cuts for the disaster: “I’m glad you raised that, because it gives me a chance to make… Read more »

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Bill Introduced to Repeal the 22nd Amendment

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Most Americans probably don’t even realize there are 27 amendments to the Constitution. They probably could tell you there are 10 amendments in the Bill of Rights, but probably couldn’t tell you what they all mean. So, it’s a safe bet that most people don’t understand what the 22nd Amendment is and why we should… Read more »

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Say What? June 10, 2012 Edition [Reader Post]

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President Obama, Friday, early afternoon, when asked if he was blaming Europe for the failure of his own economic policies: “The truth of the matter is, as I’ve said, we’ve created 4.3 million jobs the last 27 months…The private sector is doing fine.”

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Say What? December 26th, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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A disappointed Matt Damon: “I’ve talked to a lot of people who worked for Obama at the grassroots level. One of them said to me, `Never again. I will never be fooled again by a politician.’ You know, a one-term president with some balls who actually got stuff done would have been, in the long run of the country, much better.”

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Say What? December 5th, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Democrat Congresswoman Donna Edwards to Occupy D.C. people, as part of a chant: “It’s not fair, it’s not right; It’s time for us to occupy America.”

Occupy D.C. protestor leading a chant: “I just rode the elevator.”

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Say What? November 7, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi: “I think it’s really important to know that President Obama was a job creator from day one.  Now, was the ditch that we were in so deep that when you’re talking to people and they still don’t have a job, that that’s any consolation to them?  No.  But I’ll tell you this, if President Obama and the House congressional Democrats had not acted, we would be at 15 percent unemployment. Again, no consolation to those without a job, but an important point to make.”

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[The Best] Say What? [so far] October 24rd, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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President Barack Obama of the GOP: “You got their plan, which is let’s have dirtier air, dirtier water, (and) less people with health insurance,”

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Say What? August 31, 2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Al Gore: “We need to have an American spring, you know, the Arab spring. The non-violent part of it isn’t finished yet, but we need to have an American spring. A kind of an American Tahrir Square. Non-violent change where people from the grassroots get involved again. Not the, you know, not in the Tea Party style.” Just not real grass roots; just not grass roots movements that disagree with him.

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Say What? June 8, 2011 edition [Reader Post]

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Vice President Joe Biden: “All in all we’re going to be creating somewhere between 100[,000] and 200,000 jobs next month, I predict.”

Senate Majority leader Harry Reid: “I am encouraged that the private sector is continuing to grow and add jobs.”

Jemu Greene: “Slow growth is still growth overall.”

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Say What? 3/29/2011 Edition [Reader Post]

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Barbara Boxer, who (eventually) vehemently opposed us going to war in Iraq, recently said of Obama going into Libya: “This is different; you’re facing a dictator who vowed…to destroy his own people.”

Bill Moyers: “{NPR is] independent reporting that toes neither party nor ideological line. We’ve heard no NPR reporter — not a one — advocating on the air for more government spending (or less), for the right of abortion (or against it), for or against gay marriage, or for or against either political party, especially compared to what we hear from Fox News and talk radio on all of these issues and more.