Awesome: Christie To Occupy Heckler In NH – “Somebody’s going down tonight, but it ain’t going to be jobs, sweetheart” (Video)

At a New Hampshire rally for Mitt Romney, Sunday, Chris Christie squared Off with heckling Occupiers :

It was a rally for Mitt Romney, but it was Chris Christie who brought the hundreds of attendees to their loudest cheers in the cavernous high school gym.

“We can no longer put up with the most pessimistic man I’ve ever seen in the Oval Office,” Christie told the crowd.

Referring to President Obama’s class warfare rhetoric, Christie said that Obama’s solution was to take “pie” from those who had a bigger “piece,” keep the bulk of it, and then give some to those with a smaller piece. In contrast to that,  “what Mitt Romney believes that the size of the American piece is infinite,” Christie said.

When he was interrupted during his remarks by Occupy protesters shouting, “Christie kills jobs! Christie kill jobs!” Christie deadpanned, “Really?”

“Somebody’s going down tonight, but it ain’t going to be jobs, sweetheart,” Christie rejoined from the stage as the chanting continued from a cluster in the audience. “There’s this confusion that’s out there because if she was in New Jersey … she would know that we created 60,000 new private sector jobs.”


Saying that the female protester was “blinded” by her enthusiasm for Obama, Christie continued, “And if she wasn’t so disoriented by the loss of hope and change, she’d understand that … Mitt Romney is the hope for America’s future.”

See, it’s stunning displays of charisma like that that made me want to support Chris Christie for President.

Come to think of it, he’d make an excellent Vice President, too.

As for the #OWS crowd – One would think they have become an embarrassment to most liberals, and persona non grata to Dems seeking office – but that’s assuming Dems are capable of embarrassment and good sense.

Hat tip: Ed Driscoll, who has more on this.


Media Matters Spokesperson Preaches About Hate Speech – Then Cracks Fat Joke

Linked by Michelle Malkin in Buzzworthy, thanks!

Announcing Runaway Slave World Premiere, This Friday In LA

At the beginning of a year in which the Obama administration seeks to take race-baiting to a whole new level in order to get reelected, comes a timely movie about black conservatives: Runaway Slave:

Landmark Regent Theatre – Los Angeles Friday, January 13, 2012

You Are Invited To The Red Carpet Event & Premiere Screening!

Runaway Slave, The Documentary, is set to premiere at The Landmark Regent Theatre in Los Angeles Friday, January 13th. The Red Carpet event starts at 5 PM, with screening at 5:30 PM sharp.

Limited number of FREE general admission seats will be available to order on-line beginning this Friday, Jan 6th, 12PM EST.     link:

Join the filmmakers, stars of the film including Herman Cain, and other notable Hollywood Conservatives for the World Premiere of Runaway Slave!

Here’s a movie trailer:

A Press Release on the Runaway Slave website explains how the movie seeks to empower blacks by encouraging them to break away from an oppressive political system:

(Washington, D.C.) – January 1, 2012 – Have blacks in America achieved the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and become truly “Free at Last?” A powerful new documentary, Runaway Slave, premiering on January 13th at the Landmark Regent Theater in Los Angeles, CA, tackles this question and exposes the economic slavery of the black community to the ‘progressive,’ big-government policies of the Left. Herman Cain with many Hollywood celebrities will attend the red carpet event and screening. Pastor and former NAACP Chapter President C.L. Bryant hosts an in-depth look at the “new underground railroad” through which African Americans are finding freedom from an ingrained cultural acceptance of entitlements and big government. “There is a 50-year-old lie that has caused an entire people to become slaves to the political idea that government knows what is best.” Rev. Bryant said. “Runaway Slave will empower black Americans to free themselves from generations of enslavement to a tyrannical economic system.”

Rev. Bryant’s own life provides unique insights into the racial and political issues of the day. A former chapter president of the Garland, Texas, NAACP, former Democratic activist, and pastor; Bryant had a front row seat to the civil rights movement in the South.

The film features interviews from prominent black conservatives including Herman Cain and Thomas Sowell, as well as activists from all over the country. It is sure to spark an honest political discussion unlike anything the U.S. has seen in 50 years. Cain says in the film; “the incresing size and scope of the federal government is the new plantation.”

The film will be shown in select theatres nationwide following the upcoming premiere.

Duane Lester, for PJ Media, writes that the GOP needs to do a much better job reaching out to the black community:

Timothy Johnson is the chairman and founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation. He is less than impressed with the Republican Party’s outreach efforts:

I’m a past party official, so I can speak from in house party politics. The short answer is the party sucks at it. That’s the bottom line. The party when it comes down to the black community is doing a terrible job, and is still doing a terrible job.

Johnson said that the GOP may have done a little better under the leadership of Michael Steele, but the current leadership has simply given up on getting black votes:

I have candidates who are honest with me and they say, “Tim, I’ve had people tell me ‘Don’t worry about the black community.’” That pisses me off. When they are honest with me and say, ‘Tim, we’ve been told, ‘Don’t worry about going to the black community, they’re not going to vote for you anyway,’” that’s a bold faced lie. You don’t know who I’m going to vote for. I’m an American.

Chris Arps, co-founder of Move-On-Up, a “social network of African American conservatives and moderates,” says GOP outreach efforts are very superficial, saying they are simply

designed to siphon off a few votes or to force the Democratic candidate to spend resources in the black community that he ordinarily wouldn’t spend.

Read his full report at PJ Media.

Your Sunday Hymn: Brightest and Best

For Epiphany – the 12th day after Christmas celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the Christ Child. I could go the easy route and post “We Three Kings” but people hear that carol all throughout December. Brightest and Best is a bit more rare, and thus special…

If you only knew how many sub par versions of this I had to wade through on YouTube before I finally found this jewel:


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