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Refudiating Palin

Sarah Palin is the most feared woman in Liberal AmericaThis past weekend Sarah Palin was once again the target of haters.  Palin stepped into it when she confused the words refute and repudiate and accidentally created the word “refudiate”.  Liberal bloggers made asses of themselves by jumping all over the gaffe as though she had just declared there were 58 states or something. Continue reading

Obama’s approval rating keeps dropping, sort of like the economy

The latest Rasmussen poll shows Obama’s combined approval index rating to be at -18.

Here’s what the poll said:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 24% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Forty-two percent (42%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -18.


I certainly hope that 53% of Americans who voted for Obama and the press, who are still “in the tank” for him, learn the importance of properly vetting a candidate. It makes you wonder where their heads were.

I wonder what the left-wingnuts are feeling like after realizing they’ve been deftly herded by sheep-dog Soros and his media machine.

The press, if they still have an independent backbone in them, might get a lesson as well when they realize the readers, who the press are supposed to serve, will never be able to trust them to do their job of providing America with some in-depth reporting. However, seeing how the media houses are stacked to the rafters with lemming-like liberal reporters, I’m not going to hold my breath while waiting for that to ever happen.


Bush Bashing Media Engine Continues to Support Obama

First, a couple of jokes

President Bush goes into a library. “I would like a cheeseburger and fries,” he says in a loud, clear voice.”
“But sir,” says the assistant, “this is a library.”
“Gee, I’m sorry,” says Bush, and whispers very quietly, “I’d like a cheeseburger and fries.”


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