Meathead’s Attempt to Rewrite Iraq War History Through ‘Shock and Awe’

It’s rare that a major motion picture that’s only grossed over $78 thousand dollars since July at the box office receives any kind of attention, but Rob Reiner’s Shock and Awe is one of those exceptions. As a veteran, some of this movie’s message is downright insulting, especially coming from Reiner.

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Seventy-Five Minutes of Resistance: Protect Yourself from Al Gore

The choice is yours.

On December 3-4, you can endure slow-talking Al Gore and his eighth annual 24 Hours of Reality: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves, complete with certified has-beens, never-really-weres and on-the-way-outs like Sting & Shaggy, Moby, Jeff Goldblum & the Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Bob Weir and Wolf Bros, the Goo Goo Dolls, David Crosby, Jaden Smith, Bill Nye, Téa Leoni, Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, and a bunch of sanctimonious bureaucrats lecturing on what YOU should do to “save the planet”… things they exempt themselves of doing.

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Fearing Trump Blowout, Obama Admin Justifies Election Takeover

It’s always been a given that Hillary Clinton needs anyone and everyone to shield and give her any path of least resistance. However, the latest attempt illustrates just how weak she’s always been as a candidate and (despite how inevitable the media tells us her presidency is) how badly certain internals must show her presidential campaign is doing.

Hackers based in Russia were behind two recent attempts to breach state voter registration databases, fueling concerns the Russian government may be trying to interfere in the U.S. presidential election, U.S. intelligence officials tell NBC News.
NBC News, 8/30/16

Sorry, “Russian hackers” attempt intrusion into everything from government infrastructure to Orange Julius websites; NO ONE is immune from the online malicious, but it’s also an explanation from the administration that was stupidly explained.

One official tells NBC News that the attacks have been attributed to Russian intelligence agencies.

“This is the closest we’ve come to tying a recent hack to the Russian government,” the official said.

That person added that “there is serious concern” that the Kremlin may be seeking to sow uncertainty in the U.S. presidential election process.

Why would the Kremlin waste time sowing uncertainty when it could create a desired result?

The phrase “sow uncertainty” is what we find most revealing because when was the last time there was “uncertainty” in the U.S. presidential election process? Try the 2000 Bush vs. Gore election… and Florida.

Liberal Democrats, to this day, will tell you (despite over a dozen independent-media ballot recounts in which George W. Bush received more votes every time) that Al Gore was robbed by a few “hanging chads”, an improper Supreme Court intervention, Bush was incorrectly declared President (thus his first term got off to a contentious start), and his initial pledge of bringing a “new tone” to Washington, D.C. never had a chance.

Now we have been offered phantom “Russian hackers” by phantom “U.S. intelligence officials”. Nothing has to be proven. Just accuse an entity that will neither confirm nor deny by others who can neither be confirmed and that’s all you need to have liberals screaming Donald Trump was “selected, not elected” should Hillary be spanked all the way back to Chappaqua in November.

A Hillary “victory” will also be challenged by the common sense optics of her lame rally attendance in comparison to Trump’s where thousands are turned away at every event, coupled with the disappearance of her convention “bounce”.

The result would be a “constitutional crisis,” Trump-allied political consultant Roger Stone said in an interview with a Breitbart editor in July, warning that supporters of the New York real estate magnate will stage “widespread civil disobedience” if they believe Clinton had cheated her way to victory.

“When I mean civil disobedience, not violence, but it will be a bloodbath,” Stone said. “The government will be shut down if they attempt to steal this and swear Hillary in. No, we will not stand for it. We will not stand for it.”

Strategically-positioned lawyers will seize on the creation of reasonable doubt and what’s the Obama Administration response? Never let a good crisis go to waste.

Even before the FBI identified new cyberattacks on two separate state election boards, the Department of Homeland Security began considering declaring the election a “critical infrastructure,” giving it the same control over security it has over Wall Street and the electric power grid.
Washington Examiner, 8/30/16

If Hillary wins, watch how quickly this whole Russian hacker-conspiracy thing just goes away, and if it looks like Trump will win, what steps will Obama take to ensure his precious “legacy” isn’t ripped to pieces?

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The Obama Love Story vs. the Bush Death Wish

If there was ever any more proof of indoctrination, double standards, sheer hate of Republicans, let’s contrast the Obama love story in theaters that we know many of you have seen already.

There would rightfully be national outrage had anyone thought it a great idea to create a docudrama of an assassination of the first half-black president. Producing such a movie of George W. Bush earned the makers critical acclaim and those who had a problem with it were told to lighten up: it’s just a movie.

And after the first weekend, Southside with You has pulled in a measly $3 million which makes it as much of a dud as the Obama presidency.

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Donald Trump Exposed the ‘Conservative’ Leech Class

For years, conservatives have railed against the intolerant left’s tendencies to dismiss and ridicule those who had the nerve to disagree with them. For years, conservatives have shown liberals to be without standards except the double ones, and now so-called conservatives have become what they’ve made money decrying.

Of course, we’re talking about the division within the Republican Party because of the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump. The one talking point repeated by most is that he “can’t be bought”. There’s more to that.

Campaign Leeches

You’d have to live close to The Beltway to understand how the Donald Trump campaign has upset the standard operating procedure of Washington, D.C. and the consultant, political operative class. The easiest way to describe the filth that exists here is with an analogy.

Let’s say we’re talking about the NFL Playoffs and on a given weekend, eight teams played and four were defeated; their season ended. What would we be saying about the dedication and loyalty to the fans if players on the losing teams started sending their resumes to the teams that were beating them before the game was even over? That NEVER happens in sports but it DOES in politics because these staffers have no loyalty to a candidate or his or her supporters; ONLY to themselves and how much donor cash they can suck into their own bank accounts.

That’s why we saw Reagan-Bush people working on the McCain campaign, Reagan-Bush-McCain people working on the Romney campaign, and now Reagan-Bush-McCain-Romney people working on today’s campaigns, not to mention all of the other primary loser’s people.

That is, except on the Trump campaign.

Donald Trump has dared use his own money and selected a team from people he obviously knows and trust; not from the large pool of proven, experienced win-or-losers who care more about the paycheck than the the American people, and THAT is one reason why the establishment hates Trump. He hasn’t opened his checkbook to them as he was supposed to.

And that brings us to…

Conservative Media ‘Leaders’

We have all these so-called “conservative” leaders who no one elected, have never run for a political office (thus really sticking their necks out), defining conservatism as they so deem, and anyone who dares not follow their lead will incur their wrath, for all that’s really worth.

So, who the hell are THEY?

Has any one of you ever voted for Dana Loesch to be a “leader”? How about Erick Erickson or Brent Bozell or Katie Pavlich or Jenny Beth Martin or Rich Lowry, as well as any of the others who work at glorified, top-heavy nonprofit blogs dependent on big money donors or the charitable donations of retirees?

NOTE: We don’t mean to dash any inflated egos but there are tens of millions of good Republicans out there who’ve never heard of RedState, the Media Research Center, Townhall, the Heritage Foundation, National Review, and/or the myriad of self-important blogs that believe they are oh-so influential with Republican politicians.

Do Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Michael Medved, or Hugh Hewitt remember what happened to the Oprah Winfrey empire once she publicly chose sides with the black guy and rubbed it in the face of her audience members that supported the white woman? To say her empire tanked without recovery would be an understatement, and the arrogance of these so-called conservatives to believe the audience they presently insult will beg to come back home once the general election dust clears is .

I believe Rush Limbaugh remembers, which is why he’s observing the competition and not favoring one opponent over another.

They Believe They’re Immune From Backlash

Self-anointed conservative leaders sure believe they’re your representatives and have come right out and said that anyone who supports Donald Trump is an ignoramus, has mental issues, or worse. Mark Levin arrogantly continues to rant for Ted Cruz, redefining conservatism and rewriting the creds of Ronald Reagan, hoping his listeners won’t know they’re being played.

Some of these blogs and/or nonprofits hit up Donald Trump for money, were turned down, and are having a collective “tude” whenever possible on Fox News, because knowing some of them as I do (as well as their “conservative” convictions), had they received that big check from The Donald, their tune would be 180 degrees opposite.

The unelected “conservative” leaders are as intolerant as black Democrats who banish family members who (oh, Lawd) rebel and vote Republican and feel justified in using the taboo racial slurs against them. A vote for someone who hasn’t paid his dues and spread donor money to the party leech apparatus is misguided, and anyone who votes Trump is thought to be unworthy of intellectual consideration and is insulted on-air with the arrogance conservatives have attacked liberals about for years.

The presidential campaign of Donald Trump has turned the sunlight on the process. Not only are we witnessing the attempt by the Republican Party (and their has-beens) to nullify the will of the people, we are seeing the political whore class exposed for the disloyal, money grubbers they are.

Donald Trump is NOT with the refined, scripted, phony consultant-class program, is still winning, and that just pisses them off, while millions of others are delighted that “change” isn’t something exclusive to the left.

As a public service, Donald Trump didn’t give the leeches his money. Taken as a declaration of war by the campaign staff class, the Republican donor class has poured millions of dollars into these bruised-egos and their value (or lack their of) is being revealed to the world.

So, let the RNC and the others try and meddle with the will of the people. You KNOW, Mr. Trump has an app ready for that and he’ll make sure it hurts.

Hypocrisy: Dems Proudly Obstructed Bush; Republicans Were Supposed to Work With Obama

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With the release of the most-recent Rasmussen poll lamenting the lack of accommodation of Obama’s agenda by Republicans….

Voters want the Republican-led Congress and President Obama to work together, and they’re far more likely to blame Congress than the president for preventing that from happening.

… we would be remiss in reminding those “voters” that there was no such lament when Democrats (to use their recitation) “obstructed” President George W. Bush and proudly boast to this day of their use of “patriotic dissent”.

After winning re-election, Bush thought he had the “political capital” he needed to push forward major reforms. But even though Bush had a substantial majority in both Houses of Congress at first, Democrats successfully blocked nearly all of his second term agenda even before their party took power in Congress in 2006.

As we near President Obama’s final State of the Union address, we’ll be reminded numerous times how Republicans (who were put in power to block Obama’s agenda) obstructed his implementation of all those wonderful policies that would’ve made all of our lives better.

Then again, just how “obstructionist” have the linguini-spined (afraid of being called racist) Republicans really been?

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Levin: Selma Was NOT About Liberalism

The left can’t help themselves when it comes to politicizing, thus co-opting an event and it struck a nerve with many….

Washington Post: Obama eloquently rebukes Giuliani in Selma
George W Bush cropped out of New York Times front cover image of Selma march
New York Times: ‘There Was No Crop’ of Selma Photograph
Take their word for it.

Back to the event itself: Mark Levin explains what the 1965 “Bloody Sunday” Selma march and Civil Rights Movement was NOT about (and what it predictably was turned into last weekend).

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ISIS Finds WMDs Progressives KNEW Didn’t Exist

For years, liberals have repeated the whole “Bush lied, people died” slogan about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq no one found. Even though leading Democrats were quoted as knowing Saddam Hussein possessed the weapons years before George W. Bush was elected, depending on the blind ignorance of their own to repeat a falsehood was a no-brainer.

BBC 2003: White House ‘warned over Iraq claim’
History News Network 2003: John Dean: Did Bush Lie Us into War?
UC Berkeley 2004: U.N. weapons inspector Hans Blix faults Bush administration for lack of “critical thinking” in Iraq
NBC News 2004: Inspector: Iraq Had No WMD Before Invasion
Salon 2007: Bush knew Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction
Politico 2008: Book says White House ordered forgery
CNN 2008: Study: Bush, aides made 935 false statements in run-up to war
Not to mention the hundreds of thousands of liberals who still bitch and moan about the “Bush lie”.

That is, until today….

Isis jihadists have seized a chemical weapons facility built by Saddam Hussein which contains a stockpile of old weapons, State Department officials have told the Wall Street Journal:

U.S. officials don’t believe the Sunni militants will be able to create a functional chemical weapon from the material. The weapons stockpiled at the Al Muthanna complex are old, contaminated and hard to move, officials said.

Nonetheless, the capture of the chemical-weapon stockpile by the forces of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, known as ISIS or ISIL, the militant group that is seizing territory in the country, has grabbed the attention of the U.S.

“We remain concerned about the seizure of any military site by the ISIL,” Jen Psaki, the State Department spokeswoman, said in a written statement. “We do not believe that the complex contains CW materials of military value and it would be very difficult, if not impossible, to safely move the materials.”

Many of us believed Saddam did have those weapons, just as Democrats and liberals did years BEFORE George W. Bush assumed the office as president. Check out some of the intelligent comments of liberals on my video who disagreed.

Now, I wonder who will be the first liberal who’ll say he or she was right all along and knew there were WMDs in pre-2000 Iraq and voted to go to war because of that intellectual insight…?

It’s Clear; Bush Was Way Smarter

George W. Bush and Barack ObamaWe’ve all been pushed the Obama-is-the-smartest-president-ever without anything but take their word for it. But those who knew and worked with George W. Bush tell a different story and current events back that up.

President Bush is extremely smart by any traditional standard. He’s highly analytical and was incredibly quick to be able to discern the core question he needed to answer. It was occasionally a little embarrassing when he would jump ahead of one of his Cabinet secretaries in a policy discussion and the advisor would struggle to catch up. He would sometimes force us to accelerate through policy presentations because he so quickly grasped what we were presenting.

In addition to his analytical speed, what most impressed me were his memory and his substantive breadth. We would sometimes have to brief him on an issue that we had last discussed with him weeks or even months before. He would remember small facts and arguments from the prior briefing and get impatient with us when we were rehashing things we had told him long ago.

Tell me we have anything close to that in the White House today….