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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Video: Alex Jones Minion descends into Profanity-laced tirade at Bilderberg Conference

If you believe the adage that says the first person who descends to the level of profanity and insults rather than a cogent and rational argument automatically loses the argument, this is an instant classic to reinforce your belief in that adage. While standing outside the Bilderberg conference at a Marriott Hotel, an unidentified Alex Jones minion (AJm) implied that because Europeans built the hotel and sold it to the Marriott, it was no coincidence that the Bilderberg conference was held there.

When the Daily Caller's Jason Weinstein attempted to explore that line of reasoning, AJm had several miniature explosions go off inside his cranium. The relief valve was his mouth.


Via the Daily Caller:

Video: Austrian MP, the Anti-Bloomberg when it comes to Islam

As Mayor Michael Bloomberg acquiesces to the Ground Zero mosque while declaring war on sodas, Austrian MP Ewald Stadler provides the perfect contrast.

Chamberlain vs. Churchill.

Just watch.

Via Shoebat:

Video: Rep. Joe Walsh tells it like it is on O'Reilly

Folks, this is the kind of view that the majority of conservative Americans want expressed by their political leaders. The truth is controversial and Rep. Joe Walsh speaks it here.

It sure would be nice to hear the Republican nominee talk like this. Why? Because Walsh is right and being right shouldn't be subservient to political cowardice.

Via MediaIte:

Labor Secretary: Use those Unemployment Benefits to start new businesses

It's typically not a good idea to use pejoratives when making arguments against those with opposing views. Then again, there comes a point when you're actually lying by NOT using them. In this case, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is an idiot and an argument can be made that it's not even a pejorative; it's a statement of fact.

At the end of this clip, you will hear her say that she wants people to use their "UI" (Unemployment Insurance) benefits to start new businesses.

Idiot, right?

Via Washington Free Beacon:

There are generally two groups of people who rely on unemployment benefits. One group has no desire to be productive and wants the government to take care of them. Does anyone honestly think those people are going to take interest in suddenly becoming productive when they get the benefits for doing nothing? The second group of people are those who are using every cent of those benefits to pay for necessities like food and rent. In light of the rising food and gas prices - which are not calculated in the inflation index - does anyone for a minute think such people are going to prioritize starting a new business over feeding their families?

Like I said, idiot.

Then again, maybe she's doing her Jim Carrey impression in Fun with Dick and Jane. After thinking he was getting a promotion, Carrey's character found himself to be nothing more than the company's fall guy with the media.

h/t WZ

Video: Madison Rising's version of Star Spangled Banner

Madison Rising is a conservative rock band who has released a video of their version of our national anthem. It's very good. Stick with it though because the lead singer eventually uses those pipes. Great images with the video as well.

Confirmed: Romney avoiding Fast and Furious

Mitt Romney is now officially avoiding the Fast and Furious scandal. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) is one member of Congress who doesn't seem willing to accept that.

Via Daily Caller:

Fast and Furious was a program of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, overseen by Holder’s DOJ. It sent thousands of weapons to Mexican drug cartels via straw purchasers — people who purchased guns in the United States with the known intention of illegally trafficking them somewhere else.

At least 300 people in Mexico were killed with Fast and Furious weapons, as were U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent Jaime Zapata. The identities of the Mexican victims are unknown. Many questions about this scandal remain unanswered as the White House and the Department of Justice have resisted talking about it.

The Romney campaign has resisted talking about it, too. Romney campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul has not returned requests for comment from TheDC for months and the presumptive GOP presidential nominee hasn’t mentioned the scandal in about two months...
...Gosar said he thinks that if Carney was forced to answer questions about Fast and Furious in a similar manner to how Solyndra came up this week, the White House press secretary would only be able to utter a cartoon character response: “That, that, that’ll be all folks.”

“Then, I think what that does is it puts the focus and the spotlight under the magnifying glass,” Gosar said. “And, first of all, that’s why they’ve stalled: They have no answers. It’s because their hands are tied to the cookie jar.”

Gosar added that the “only reason this came to the forefront” in the first place about a year and a half ago was “the untimely death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.”

“And that’s what’s so sad about this: The despicable actions of this administration as a government against its people – and this is my backyard, this is in Arizona, and we’re fed up with this,” Gosar added. “We’re fed up because we have to deal with the consequences, our law enforcement on our city, county and state level, the citizens, their property, their lives are on the line here.”

Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul did not respond to multiple requests for comment for this story.
Remember, the establishment has all endorsed Romney, which includes Speaker John Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor, and Party Whip Kevin McCarthy. All four men seem to be following the same playbook.

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