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11 years ago @ Frontpage Magazine - Matt Damon Brings Equa... · 3 replies · +6 points

Mark Tapson: Right.

Matt Damon: Wrong.

Matt Damon could feed a lot of hippies and bring some equality with just one of his movie paychecks. But as usual, hypocrite liberals never are talking about their own money when they bitch nonsensically about unfairness.

12 years ago @ Big Hollywood - Why Won't Hollywood Co... · 0 replies · +6 points

Alger Hiss my ASS. WHY WON'T THEY MAKE A WHITAKER CHAMBERS FILM? That is the story of the ages.

12 years ago @ - Cain Never Fails to Wa... · 0 replies · +1 points

Having a sense of humor is a good thing. Hopefully you will realize this as you get to be about, oh, say, 30 years old. When you actually have a clue how the world works. After you've had a real job or two, you know?

12 years ago @ - Send a Message To Paul... · 0 replies · +2 points

The only shame America has today is that shameful individuals like Krugman feel the way they do about decent Americans who risk their lives to protect the rights of shameful individuals like Krugman to feel the way they do. If anybody paid attention to what Krugman said anymore, he'd be fired.

12 years ago @ - PBS Did Not Cover For ... · 0 replies · +2 points

In yesterday’s OOTD, I noted that the President went off script to deliver a lecture on the origins of the Republican Party, only like so many lectures delivered by Barack Obama, it consisted of misinformation. Don’t worry, though — the media is actually covering this gaffe. For instance, Tom Maguire finds Time Magazine having to correct the record on Lincoln:
He gives a good speech, but he’s loose with the facts. He called Abraham Lincoln the “founder” of the Republican Party. Nope. Lincoln was not the founder of the party; he wasn’t even the first Republican nominee (John Fremont was, in 1856). Lincoln was, of course, the first Republican to be elected president.
Great work by Time, huh? Only this piece wasn’t written this week. It was written in September 2008, and fact-checked Mike Huckabee, not Barack Obama. And guess who wrote this historical correction? Time Magazine’s Jay Carney … who now works at Barack Obama’s press secretary. They don’t talk to each other much in this White House, do they?

12 years ago @ - Herman Cain Releases V... · 0 replies · +10 points

Do you even realize that the ad is also a parody of all actor endorsements? Are you familiar with the word "parody?" Or even the word "joke?" Do you ever have any "fun?"

12 years ago @ - Herman Cain Releases V... · 1 reply · +10 points

Guys, HE'S NOT A FICTITIOUS STAR. Nick Searcy is on the FX show JUSTIFIED. C'mon, your uncoolness is showing.

12 years ago @ Black & Right - WTF Of The Day · 0 replies · +6 points

If that is not racism, then racism has no meaning.

12 years ago @ Big Hollywood - In Which I Say Goodbye... · 0 replies · +1 points

John, LA will be a lot less intelligent and civil without you here. And I am envious. First chance I get, I will be back in NC with you! Just got to ride out this job I have left here in CA, before the state completely collapses.
Safe travels, And I hope to stay in touch.

12 years ago @ Big Peace - In The Company Of Hero... · 0 replies · +8 points

Beautiful article, Bob. You make me proud of them and you.