Blogline of the Day

Blogline of the Day – he really believes we are that stupid

by Skip July 19, 2014

Actually, from a couple of days ago comes this post title from Big Government: MICROSOFT TO SLASH 18,000 JOBS WEEK AFTER BILL GATES PUSHED FOR UNLIMITED GUEST-WORKER VISAS The high tech heads have been pushing for more high tech work visas for years, Gates chief amongst them.  Yes, he no longer works at Microsoft but […]

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Blogline of the Day – Sending a Clear Message to Democrats…

by Steve MacDonald June 21, 2014
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With regard to the demand by party leadership for GOP unity regardless of principle…. It…sends a clear message to the Democrats.  If you have a candidate with money, and you can run them as a Republican, regardless of parity to party principles, the NHGOP leadership will take the money, support the candidate, and demand that […]

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Blogline of the Day – what a lot of us are despairing about

by Skip June 20, 2014

“There is nothing really normal when good is bad and bad is good and everything is totally upside down and crazy.”   (H/T: Less Gov is the Best Gov)

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Blogline of the Day: George Washington University Law School Professor Jonathan Turley

by Skip June 4, 2014

You know, I’ve said it before, Barack Obama is really the president Richard Nixon always wanted to be. You know, he’s been allowed to act unilaterally in a way that we’ve fought for decades. Please note, even while saying this on Fox News, Turley is a bona fide member of the Liberal Establishment.  However, here […]

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Blogline of the Day – because Progressives have elevated Politics over everything else for years

by Skip May 24, 2014

“Has our culture devolved to the point that the private statements of an NBA owner draws more outrage than the lies and deceit of the President of the United States?” – former Congressman Allen West (R-FL), Lt. Col, Army (ret.)

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Blogline of the Day – it speaks for itself

by Skip May 15, 2014

 IowaHawk:  “If I understand college administrators correctly, colleges are hotbeds of racism and rape that everyone should be able to attend.” (H/T: Instapundit)

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Blogline of the Day –

by Skip April 22, 2014

In two parts (reversed, too) – Second Part: Russian Facebook site under ‘complete control’ of Putin allies, says ex-CEO. First Part: 

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Blogline of the Day – kinda explains the lack of Presidential bearing at times, doesn’t it?

by Skip April 10, 2014

“Barack Obama thinks his job is to lead the mob, not the country.” (H/T:  The Wilderness via Ricochet)

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Blogline of the Day – Redcoat outgunned again

by Skip April 2, 2014

I never say him in one, though.  Actually, I never watched him at all.  But this IS rather clever: “Piers Morgan ended his final show on CNN with an angry plea to take away America’s guns. Oddly enough, the last Brits that held these same views were canceled in 1776.” Jodi Miller of NewsBusters

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Blogline of the Day: Dinesh D’Souza on Obama

by Skip March 9, 2014

“I am a third world guy who has embraced America, and, as I see it, he is an American-born guy who has adopted a third world ideology.” (H/T: Big Hollywood) Would it be fair for me to paraphrase that 60s song to say “You just don’t know what you got until he makes it gone”?

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Blogline of the Day – Erick Erickson

by Skip January 28, 2014

“Barack Obama is learning what it is like to be a tree falling in a forest. Only with the tree, no one is around to hear it. With Barack Obama, no one cares anymore.” – Erick Erickson, RedState Managing Editor, talk show host, lawyer

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Blogline of the Day: in a lot of ways, they are equivalent, yes?

by Skip January 20, 2014

THE SAME WAY POLITICIANS DID, I IMAGINE: How Did Insects Evolve To Feast On Your Blood? – Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit   I have heard the terms “bloodsuckers” and “leeches” used, too

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Blogline of the Day – who shows more responsibility: A&E, Duck Dynasty, or the White House

by Skip December 27, 2013

“A&E is now cancelling “Duck Dynasty” and replacing it with a new show about life in the White House. It will be called “Duck Responsibility.”

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Blogline of the Day – hairdryers vs shotguns

by Skip December 23, 2013

“While it would’ve sounded not only implausible but ludicrous a decade ago, macho television executives are now more afraid of gay guys armed with hairdryers and laptops than they are of men garbed in camo armed with loaded shotguns.” – Doug Mainwaring, who identifies himself as gay, at American Thinker    

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Blogline of the Day – Scott Brown and Pork Chops?

by Skip December 20, 2013

Lots of reporters were at the Pro-Second Amendment / Anti-Scott Brown rally last nite and the Blogline comes from a report from Politico: His coming here is calculated disrespect, just as if he went to Saudi Arabia with pork chops in his suitcase,” said Jay Simkin, a 60-something economic consultant who lives in Nashua. “If […]

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Blogline of the Day: happy meeting you here!

by Skip December 10, 2013

“I heard that Raul Castro was happy to meet President Obama at the Mandela memorial service. He finally got a chance to shake hands with a real Communist.” (H/T: Paul)

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Blogline of the Day – of drones and websites

by Skip December 4, 2013

“Obama has a web site that doesn’t work and drones that kill people. Amazon has a functioning web site and drones that deliver gifts.”   (H/T: Instapundit)

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Blogline of the Day – Dennis Miller expresses it well

by Skip November 15, 2013

Wednesday nite while on The O’Reilly Factor: “Mr. President, if you liked your apology, you can keep it”

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Blogline of the Day – Success?

by Skip October 27, 2013

“We used to launch men to the Moon. Now the U.S. government can’t launch a website.” – Glenn Reynolds, Instapundit Is it the quality of the Fed Govt that has so deteriorated, or the quality of Democrat Presidents?

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Blogline of the Day – the true nature of Obama

by Skip October 3, 2013

“Do you really think the man who vandalized the World War II Memorial with barricades to make elderly veterans suffer will hesitate a microsecond to use your health care as leverage against you, the next time you defy his commands?” – John Hayward

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Blogline of the Day – On Obama’s umpteenth “focus” on the economy

by Skip September 12, 2013

“He can focus, but he can’t focus “like a laser beam” because laser beams are coherent.” (H/T: Instapundit) And given the results of all those previous “foci”, is anyone convinced there will be different results than what we’ve seen to date?  

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Blogline of the Day: Phil Robertson of the Duck Dynasty clan

by Skip August 29, 2013

Uptown living, you’ve got to call 911. Where I am, I am 911. – Phil Robertson Such an observation – such a statement of non-dependence.  As Charles Hurt of Big Hollywood put it: “Truly, an observation worthy of Alexis de Toqueville or the Federalist Papers”.  The Robertsons believe and live that we are responsible for […]

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Blogline of the Day – er, actually Mark Levin gives us a two-fer

by Skip August 13, 2013

“With Barack Obama, I would rather vote for an orange juice can.” “Hillary Clinton is Obama in a dress.”   (H/T: Mediaite)

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Notable Quote (and Blogline of the Day) – Erick Erickson

by Skip August 6, 2013

I aim to win in 2014. I hope to help the GOP take back the Senate and keep the House. But I see no reason to advance on the Democrats with men and women little better than the Democrats they seek to replace. The guy from the NRSC at the RedState Gathering posited that no […]

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Blogline of the Day – On Obama closing US embassies across the Islamic world

by Skip August 4, 2013

As I was listening to Fox News Sunday, Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard had this to say:   “Four years ago President Obama gave a much heralded speech as outreach to the Muslim world,” Kristol said. “And now, four years later we are closing embassies throughout the Muslim world. A year ago, the president […]

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Blogline of the Day – The Left is happy to have you just have sand in your shorts

by Skip July 23, 2013

…The Left is always trying to trick us into forgetting about the rising tide that lifts all boats, so we’ll be content with the shallow water and damp sand of central planning. – John Hayward, RedState That’s right – be happy with what Govt gives you for crumbs.  Paragraph from whence that came from after […]

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Blogline of the Day – Results count!

by Skip July 22, 2013

Ted Cruz: “Reaganomics: You start a business in your parents’ garage. Obamanomics: You move into your parents’ garage.” (H/T: Instapundit)

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Blogline of the Day: kinda upends Obama’s narrative

by Skip July 18, 2013

“AL QAEDA IS ALIVE, and Detroit is bankrupt.”

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Blogline of the Day – Race, mobocracy, and the diminishment of the Rule of Law

by Skip July 15, 2013

Have we indeed passed from having a government, populated by civil servants, that is supposed to be a tool wielded by Citizens?  To one where the Sovereigns are now increasingly becoming the subjects of Civil Masters who wield the levers of power of Government for their own good?  Emphasis mine: What the prosecution and subsequent […]

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Blogline of the Day – a commentary of “diversity”

by Skip July 14, 2013

From Instapundit: “So a Hispanic shoots a black and is acquitted by women, but it’s still white men’s fault.” Prediction: How much you wanna bet that Eric Holder’s (“U.S. a ‘nation of cowards’ on race discussions”) Department of Justice (who, if you remember, dismissed the New Black Panther voter intimidation that the Feds had all […]

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