Mark Levin Shreds ObamaCare

Mark Levin went on quite tear, yesterday about the ObamaCare bill, addressing Obama directly; “Your health care bill stinks, just as we said it did. As a matter of fact, your health care bill is a fraud”. Listen and weep:

Hat tip: Doug Ross, who has the entire transcript.


In case that didn’t give you your Mark Levin fix for the day, there’s also this:

Mark explains why Obama’s announcement of opening up new areas for drilling is really a facade, a way to get cap-n-trade votes. He explains that this simply puts the ball in the dept. of interior’s court, and the guy who runs that wants nothing to do with drilling.

*GASP* Democrats Used Targets on Maps, Too!

Paul Krugman said of Sarah palin’s target map which she posted on her Facebook page:

All of this goes far beyond politics as usual…you’ll search in vain for anything comparably menacing, anything that even hinted at an appeal to violence, from members of Congress, let alone senior party officials….to find anything like what we’re seeing now you have to go back to the last time a Democrat was president.

The ladies on The View condemned the violent imagery, as well, with Joy Behar wheezing, “it looks like an “Al Qaeda Christmas card!…”

Verum Serum has discovered, as shocking and dismaying as it is,  that Democrats have used a “menacing” target Strategy map, too.  This one even uses  blatant militaristic language –  “behind enemy lines”, the horror!:

I have an idea for Republicans and Democrats. Instead of the super-scary, menacing graphics, how about something a bit kinder and gentler…. something that won’t inspire violence from the populous…

For the Dems, I suggest something along these lines:

For Republicans, how about this?:

Let’s hope and pray they take my advice. Together we can put an end to menacing imagery on maps.

Hat tip: Weasel Zippers

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Kudos To Bill O’Reilly

I know…Bill O’Reilly? But credit where credit is due:

O’Reilly Pays Legal Bill for Fallen Marine’s Father:

No. 1 cable news host Bill O’Reilly said Tuesday that he will personally write a check to cover $16,500 in legal costs for the father of a fallen U.S. Marine who sued the members of a church who picketed his son’s funeral.

According to news reports, the members of the Westboro Baptist Church, located in Topeka, Kan., believe that God is punishing the United States because of its acceptance of gay people. The church garners attention for its views by protesting high-profile funerals.

On March 3, 2006, Marine Lance Cpl. Matthew A. Snyder died in a non-combat related vehicle accident in Al Anbar province in Iraq.

“He was a hero and he was the love of my life,” said Albert Snyder, Matthew’s grieving father.

Here he is talking about the case with Fox News legal experts, Lis Wiehl and Kimberly Guilfoyle,  last night on his show:

Hat tip: Sondra K via Moonbattery.


I have to say Kudos to Bill O’Reilly, also, for his handling of the current *racist tea party* meme that’s all the rage in Washington right now. After watching too many hosts passively accept the charges of racism against the March 20th DC protesters, I implored news hosts to please ask for evidence before accepting the charge.  He’s been doing just that, (not that he cares what I have to say)  in fact nailing Al Sharpton earlier this week:

SHARPTON: Bill, you cannot deny there are some racial components in this.

O’REILLY: Hold it. Hold it.

SHARPTON: Does that make everybody a Tea Party racist? I don’t think…

O’REILLY: I am going to deny that. Here is what I’m going to deny. I’m going to deny that the Tea Party platform, the movement itself is based on race at all. It isn’t. What happens is, in any organization, including your own, you have nuts. You have loons. People who take it way too far who may be racist themselves. You cannot demonize any organization by the actions of a few in a demonstration. That’s insane.

SHARPTON: I don’t think you can do that. But I think that if we were to sit here and say that in the Tea Party that there is not some leaves in that tea bag that are racist.

O’REILLY: Well, then, you’ve got to prove, you’ve got to make that — you’ve got to prove it. You have got to prove it.

SHARPTON: People standing outside of Congress using the n-word.

O’REILLY: How do you know they did that?

SHARPTON: I have seen the tape.

O’REILLY: There is no tape. There is no tape with the n-word on it. There’s no way. Let’s be clear. There is no tape.

And here he is again with Alan Colmes, last night.

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