We’re getting some pushback from local folks within the “Freedom Alliance” about questions as to whether its a legitimate charity. However, a recap of the story reveals that this isn’t some liberal plot to “smear” Sean Hannity.
Schlussel never said that the organization didn’t help any veterans. But she indicated that the notion that 100% of the proceeds of the ticket sales goes to scholarships to the children […]Full Story... →
FauxNews lies and I sigh:
Facts are such mushy things.? Same as it ever was.Full Story... →
In 2000, when he dropped out of the Presidential race, GOP Gubernatorial candidate John Kasich called W. Bush his “soul brother.”
In a June 26, 2009 CNN story on the Bush years (featured on Kasich’s campaign website), Kasich said:
“The Republican Party is my vehicle, not my master,” he said. “I mean I am here to try to bring prosperity back to this state, to make sure families are better off. I’m not here to carry anyone’s banner.”
“They [The Bush Administration] stopped solving problems,” said Kasich, who after his House tenure worked on […]Full Story... →
Michele Bachmann’s recent attempt to stoke the tea party embers into a raging fire of conservative dumbassery appears to have failed quite miserably. Reports say there were about 10,000 at the rally. Sean Hannity of Faux News and Bachmann try to stretch that to 20-45,000. Jon Stewart…eh…not ready to let them get away with it.
…and here it is your moment of Zen:
This is classic. Hannity gets his assed handed to him after going apeshit about John Edwards’ affair. The question was always hanging out there like the 500 pound elephant in the room. John Edwards is not the nominee for either party. John McCain is. John McCain cheated on his wife and left her for rich arm candy while she suffered with injuries sustained in a car accident. So what about John McCain’s family values? Hmmm???Full Story... →