The 16 days of Sarah Palin at CPAC: Day 11 Real Feminism

This is the 11th of my series of Sarah Palin clips from CPAC 2014 & commentary upon them: Day 1: The Crowd Day 2: The Entrance Day 3: Dr. Seuss Day 4: Why Sarah Feels Good Day 5: Playing Prevent Day 6: Sinking Ships Day 7: Flexibility Pens & Putin Day 8: Anticipation Day 9: … Continue reading The 16 days of Sarah Palin at CPAC: Day 11 Real Feminism

Bill Clinton is Max Bialystock…

Max Bialystock: The two cardinal rules of producing. One: Never put your own money in the show. Leo Bloom: And two? Max Bialystock:  Never put your own money in the show! The Producers 2005 In both versions of The Producers and in the Broadway play. Max Bialystock raises money for his plays by diving into … Continue reading Bill Clinton is Max Bialystock…

You mean 2008 Wasn’t Sarah Palin’s fault?

Today on Morning Joe Nicole Wallace was sitting in with Joe Scarborough & company (sans Mika) and the subject of President Obama's statement concerning the "private sector is doing fine". Plenty of people have hit the president on this but there was an interesting twist on the subject today beginning with the opening. The Show … Continue reading You mean 2008 Wasn’t Sarah Palin’s fault?

One last James Carvelle “Panic” note

Do you remember this? Let me be clear, I said you can call the dogs and light the fire and leave the house. I think it sounds over. Now let me be clear here, if Obama goes in this race with a 5- point lead and losing this election, the consequences are -- bull, man. … Continue reading One last James Carvelle “Panic” note

“Sherman never admitted he made a mistake but never repeated it.”

During the campaign for Atlanta William Tecumseh Sherman Faced Joseph Johnston inferior force over the highly defensible terrain of Northern Georgia. Sherman used his advantage of a larger force to turn and flank Johnston out of position after position as he slowly proceeded closer and closer to his objective of Atlanta, but Sherman was worried … Continue reading “Sherman never admitted he made a mistake but never repeated it.”

Andrew Sullivan at the Mendoza line

At least according to Dan Riehl at Riehl world view who recalls an old Sullivan Post per election concerning Barack Obama: On October 27, 2008, Andrew Sullivan posted: The Top Ten Reasons Conservatives Should Vote For Obama. Given all this playing out today, I thought I'd go back and have a look. It's high comedy … Continue reading Andrew Sullivan at the Mendoza line

Unimpeachable logic

The "official" story as to why Biden was chosen for VP was that Michelle Obama didn't want Hillery Clinton on the ticket and thanks to John McCain's implosion (despite Sarah Palin's best efforts) it turns out she wasn't needed. Now the talk is again of putting Clinton on the ticket in 2012 and Glenn Reynolds … Continue reading Unimpeachable logic

I first heard the alligatinons of Fraud in the primaries in Texas…

...at the reclusive leftist back in 2008 when she posted each part of the film from youtube and wrote the following: The pattern is the same, from Washington to Texas, from Iowa to Nevada, from Maine to Minnesota: Obama workers arrive early at each caucus place and take control of the premises and the process. … Continue reading I first heard the alligatinons of Fraud in the primaries in Texas…