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Thursday, January 28, 2010


Ah, the Levin rant. Kicking off, Levin vehemently denounces McCain's re-election bid while throwing his full support behind J.D. Hayworth (are you listening, Sarah Palin). He then proceeds into another, much larger rant about fiscal unsustainability.

While McCain's strategy against Hayworth appears to focus on Hayworth's spending while a congressman, the former has presided over quite a bit more spending and even signed on to TARP, which would likely dwarf any problems Hayworth might have in that area.

McCain needs to go and Levin does a good job of explaining why.

Click HERE for the audio.

h/t to Doug Ross


In light of the bald-faced fraud global warming (climate change) has been exposed as being, I'm actually mildly surprised that Obama actually went here but with how blatantly obstinate and out of touch he's been so far, it's par for the course. He actually said, "I know there are those who disagree with the overwhelming scientific evidence on climate change."

It was met with roaring laughter.

Going down the climate change path was a huge mistake for him. First, with the winter our country has experienced this year, putting those two words together during the SOTU made about as much sense as Al Gore doing an interview with Glenn Beck. Secondly, the mantra of the global warming advocates has been that the science is "settled". Obama acknowledges here that there is disagreement. Not good for his cause. His conceding that such disagreement exists wasn't just met with acceptance but laughter at the opposing view, an opposing view Obama shares.

Watch at the end of this clip for the infamous Obama smirk. It almost indicates he knows it's a fraud too.

h/t to Gateway Pundit


I can't lie. I did fall asleep while watching the SOTU. In fact, maybe that was Obama's strategy to get people not to watch the Republican response, but I digress. One part I did see live was when Barack tore into the Supreme Court for its recent decision in the Citizens United case, overturning a huge chunk of McCain / Feingold (if Obama's mad about it, probably good for country).

Keep a close eye on Alito, who is on Sotomayor's right. As Obama chastises the decision, Alito looks like he got into a bad bag of sweet tarts before mouthing the words, "Definitely not true". While Alito didn't make the scene or sound that Joe Wilson did, he carries much more weight and sat front and center, unlike the freshman representative. Alito's reaction is just as powerful (perhaps more so) as Wilson's. It's just that Alito doesn't have to do as much for that ripple effect.

Not much difference between, "you lie" and "definitely not true" though.

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The Politico reports some interesting dynamics taking place:
Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) was glad the president called out the Supreme Court.

"He [Alito] deserved to be criticized, if he didn't like it he can mouth whatever they want," Weiner said. "These Supreme Court justices sometimes forget that we live in the real world. They got a real world reminder tonight, if you make a boneheaded decision, someone's going to call you out on it."

But one conservative legal expert took sides with Alito -- at least on the substance of Obama's comments.

“The President’s swipe at the Supreme Court was a breach of decorum, and represents the worst of Washington politics — scapegoating ‘special interest’ bogeymen for all that ails Washington in attempt to silence the diverse range of speakers in our democracy,” said Bradley A. Smith, chairman of the Center for Competitive Politics, in The Corner blog on
I was struck by Obama's swipe at the SCOTUS when it happened and remember thinking, "oh, that didn't sound right". Don't you love how these leftwingers like Weiner accuses others of not living in the real world?

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