I blogged recently about the Benghazi disaster, about Mark Steyn’s column, and what was said about the column at Cold Fury. I want to re-emphasize it now: We have elected these people to positions of national leadership. Obama twice. Here’s Steyn, from his column, “The Benghazi Lie”:
US Rep Tom Cotton: Bush 0, Obama 5 (H/T: The Blaze)
“Of the many uncomfortable truths emerging from last week’s bombing and subsequent manhunt—including the fact that American cities are still vulnerable to Islamic terrorism—one of the most troubling but least talked-about is the fact that martial law may now become part of the municipal playbook.” Lockdown.
CNN has come out of the closet on the Benghazi attack – What’s with the selective White House Talking Points? The only conclusion is that the White House tried to cover something up. Hey CNN. This isn’t the first or the only thing the Obama Administration is trying to cover up… H/T Hot Air
Ben Stein wrote an interesting piece in The American Spectator today. In it he makes various observations and comes to various conclusions, as follow:
Bill Whittle of PJ Media again. And spot-on as usual. The thing is, Whittle’s video is “overtly” about the Islamofascist terrorists of Al Qaida…and about how every strategic move made by the Bush Administration in answer to the 9/11 attacks worked brilliantly. So the video below made me think also about those who have had …
When CIA Desk-Jockey Valerie Plame was “outed” [*] the left went postal for years on the incompetence of the Bush Administration, then wasted millions on an investigation that was more a sound bite machine for Democrat friendly talking-heads than an effort to find justice for a pencil pusher with a disgraced husband. Despite the …
…and why the anti-Second Amendment and anti-self defense movements in places like New York, Chicago, and California (with their draconian anti-gun laws) need to get used to it. A few days ago The Wall Street Journal published a column by Con Coughlin, entitled “Mohamed Merah and the New Breed of ‘Nike Terrorists’.” Mohamed Merah is …
Every one of these was or is a left wing campaign to make leftist dogma look like centrist mantra. They exist to streamline progressive/socialsit thought into mainstream thinking. But they failed and so the latter iterations have become more destructive. Each “movement” has gotten progressively more unruly, progressively more violent.
Newt Gingrich is definitely on a roll. And while I completely disagree with him on Global warming, (and have endorsed someone else) it warms my heart to see him standing at the cafeteria line of ideas with the graduates of the Left-wing School of Journalism, taking the crap sandwich they are trying to hand him, and stuffing into their pompous little pie holes.