Video: Bill Whittle’s Half-Time Report Card For Obama – Bzzzzt-F!

I hope you’re sitting down….Bill Whittle engages in some shockingly “uncivil” and “eliminationist”  rhetoric, here – sure to make liberal heads explode:

Bzzzzt! Bzzzzzzt! Bzzzzzzt!

He left Obama’s shameful treatment of  Honduras out of  his “cheap and tawdry list of shortcomings”. But I’ll forgive him. That was a pretty decent rant.

Thanks to Retired Geezer.

For another mid-term report card, see K.E. Campbell at The American Thinker: Report Card on Obama’s First Two Years

Two years ago today, Barack Obama was inaugurated as president of the United States.  Are you better off today than you were two years ago?

Numbers don’t lie, and here are the data on the impact he has had on the lives of Americans.

Linked by Da TechGuy and Hyscience, thanks!


Chris Matthews’ Definition of Extremism: Opposing The President

Greatest screenshot, ever.

Chris Matthews found Michele Bachmann’s speech on the House floor, yesterday, to be “extremist”, and tells a grim, head-shaking,  Debbie Wasserman Schultz that her speech shouldn’t be allowed. That’s right, the  “extreme”, Michele Bachmann, Captain Civility charges, is “pretty close to a nut case”,  and should be muzzled. How dare she speak honestly about how Republicans plan to repeal ObamaCare.

You can watch the video at Newsbusters:

This is more in the question area of tone and what happened with your friend, Congresswoman Giffords, and she’s still recovering and we’re praying for her to make it, and she’s been showing good signs. Let me ask you this. This kind of talk from Michele Bachmann. I don’t know why she’s allowed to be an extremist, and everybody is coaxing on the Right, Republicans saying the President should move to the center and be reasonable and moderate, where she’s allowed to be out there as a screamer, and in many cases pretty close to a nut case. This kind of talk. She’s standing on the floor of the House, her job is to enact legislation, and yet there she is standing there saying her goal in life is to eliminate a presidency. That’s how she talks? Is that what you do on the floor of the Congress now? You talk about eliminating somebody else’s political career? I thought there was some deference about these things.

Here , via the Blaze, is what “nutcase, screamer”, Bachmann said that gave Matthews the vapors:
Did you catch the “eliminationist rhetoric”, there? The scary “dog whistle”?
No, I didn’t either. I heard a determined woman talking about how the GOP plans to eventually get Obamacare repealed.
Who the hell is Matthews trying to kid?

Where was he during the Bush years when the President was routinely insulted by Democrats, in the most disrespectful terms imaginable. Does he really think our memories are that short?

Hey Matthews: Let us know  when Michele Bachmann  calls Obama a “total failure”, or a “loser”, or a murderer,

Until then, do me a favor and pound sand.


Video: Nazi Comparing Dem Keeping It Civil On CNN

Rep. Cohen, (D-TN), probably thought he was in safe territory, here, but Anderson Cooper did a really good job holding his feet to the fire. Is  Cooper auditioning for a job with Fox New?

video via Breitbart TV

Cohen, of course, personifies what conservatives understand these calls for “civil speech” to be: Civility for thee but not for me.

He also personifies what conservatives say about Dem projection.

Not to mention what we say about leftism being a mental disorder.

The man is nuckin’ futz.

See also:

Michelle Malkin: Civility Watch: Nazis and crosshairs and killers, oh my; Update: Democrat Rep. Cohen doubles down on Nazi/KKK smears

PolitiFact, of course, is a PolitiFarce — liberal activists masquerading as neutral journalists. As Karl at Hot Air put it so well in response to the group’s declaration that the federal takeover of health care was a “lie:”

“PolitiFact exists largely as an attempt to del[e]gitimize certain political opinions.”

Compare to the Obama Campaign’s farcical, “Fight the Smears” website.

Doug Ross took the time to deal with the projection issue.

Gee, schmuck, you mean lies like these?

• If you like your current health care plan, you can keep it.

• Your premiums will go down an average of $2,500 a year.

• Health care reform will help businesses.

• Health care reform won’t add ‘a single dime’ to the deficit—and will actually cut it!

• Ninety-five percent of Americans will not see any form of tax increase because of Obamacare.

• There will be no government rationing of medical care!

• Obamacare will not allow for funding of abortions with taxpayer money.

• Health care negotiations will occur in public and will even be seen on CSpan.

Now, was someone talking about a comparison to Goebbels?

Thomas Lifson, The American Thinker: Was Obama just kidding about ‘civility’?

Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn) is refusing to apologize for his words on the House floor likening GOP opponents of ObamaCare to Geobbels, andinvoking the Holocaust. So far, neither Robert Gibbs nor President Obama has commented on this obvious slap in the face to the President’s call for civility. This would seem to be an obvious opportunity for the President to triangulate and win over independents – a Sistah Souljah moment.  But is he willing to antagonize an ObamaCare supporter? Meanwhile, even liberal Jewish groups that support Obama are condemning Cohen’s words.



Hot Air: Steve Cohen: I’m really sorry — that people are using my GOP/Nazi comparison as a “distraction”

Allah says:

Usually these faux apologies run along the lines of “sorry if you were offended,” but this guy’s actually a step past that. Essentially, he’s saying “sorry for letting your offense sidetrack my party’s agenda.”

Linked by Michelle Malkin, and The Silent Majority, thanks