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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Audio: Al Gore Goes on Profane Rant about Global Warming

This, from the unluckiest billionaire in the world, Al Gore. He was so close to winning the 2000 election, which may have been the beginning of his unhinging. At some point, he decided to hitch his wagon to the global warming movement and he again came close to his Cap and Trade dream, which fell short in Congress and was dropped for the Obamacare push. Then, in 2009, things began falling apart with the Climategate scandal. The economy began to tank and the global warming agenda moved from the back seat to the back end of the political station wagon.

All that together likely led to this profanity-laced rant Al Gore went on while in Aspen, CO.

**LANGUAGE WARNING: Hide the children before listening.**

Al Gore calls B.S. on climate change naysayers ... by RealAspen

h/t Fox Nation

Video: Must-See Report on Wisconsin Recall Elections

MacIver Institute was on the ground in Wisconsin throughout the day yesterday and captured some interesting video. Of particular interest to everyone should be the amount of money spent by outside Democrat groups to garner the votes necessary to win three of the six recall elections, which would have given the Democrats control of the Wisconsin state senate. As it is, Democrats lost that battle by one vote, only winning two. Another interesting get on this video was the filming of 'Get Out the Vote' (GOTV) van drivers who stood over the shoulders of passengers they brought to the polls. The best / worst part? The 'We Are Wisconsin' observers are from Washington, D.C. and Virginia.

h/t Verum Serum, which is also reporting that Democrats are already crying foul, saying that Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus, tampered with the votes.

Shameless doesn't even BEGIN to describe these whackos.

Democrats Lose Recall Efforts in Wisconsin

There were six Republican state senators in Wisconsin up for a recall election yesterday, August 9th. The Democrats needed to win three of those elections in order to gain control of the state senate; they won two. The effort was an attempt to stop Governor Rick Walker's push to end the collective bargaining rights of public sector unions. These were the most expensive elections in state history and much of the money came from outside interest groups. In short, Governor Walker and the state of Wisconsin beat back an attempt by strong, national pro-union forces, backed by the Obama administration.

"Resist we much."
- Al Sharpton

Via Wisconsin State Journal:
After tens of millions of dollars spent by outside interest groups, dozens of attack ads and exhaustive get-out-the-vote efforts, Democrats on Tuesday fell short of their goal of taking control of the state Senate and stopping the agenda of Gov. Scott Walker.

Republicans won four of six recall races, meaning the party still holds a narrow 17-16 majority in the Senate — at least until next week, when Sens. Robert Wirch, D-Pleasant Prairie, and Jim Holperin, D-Conover face their own recall elections. A third Democrat, Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay, easily survived a recall attempt last month.

Sens. Robert Cowles, R-Green Bay, Sheila Harsdorf, R-River Falls, Luther Olsen, R-Ripon, and Alberta Darling, R-River Hills, successfully defended their seats Tuesday.

Challengers state Rep. Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, and Jessica King unseated incumbent state Sens. Dan Kapanke, R-La Crosse, and Randy Hopper, R-Fond du Lac.

Going into Tuesday, Republicans controlled the body 19-14, so Democrats needed to win at least three seats and hold onto two more next week to take over.

"The revolution has not occurred," said UW-Milwaukee political science professor Mordecai Lee, a former Democratic lawmaker. "The proletariat did not take over the streets."
The two Republican senators who lost should run for higher office. These are the type of people who belong in the halls of congress. They voted without regard for the next election.

It's hard for incumbent Republicans to resist the urge to do so but resist they much.

Sorry, I know I put this video on the last post but I can't resist and resist I much not.

Video: Al Sharpton Eviscerates English Language

Without question, you will want to watch this more than once. MSNBC is surely proud of its new prime time talk show host, Al Sharpton. Someone has got to be to blame for this. Is it the teleprompter? Is it Al's inability to read? Is it a mix of ebonics with english? Hard to say but the temptation to watch this multiple times while laughing is hard to resist but resist, you much. Words simply do not explain this one. Just sit back and enjoy the train wreck.

Via Breitbart:

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