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Friday, January 28, 2011

Video: Greatest Moments in Liberal History

The wry truth:


  1. Which goes to prove, humor can be the best messenger! Hope you are warm and toasty!

  2. politicians do say the strangest things.

    one thing that I would like to say is that we just got our first Chevy Volt in at the dealership ... and I really like it. The only problem I can see with it is that it is too quiet. I worry about blind people trying to cross the street ... they will never hear it.

  3. Great find. I'll link this tomorrow.

  4. I uploaded this to my Facebook page. I love making the Liberals on my friends list cringe!

    Only...with one exception, they've all stopped objecting to my posts. They no longer comment at all.

  5. hey, AOW, if you don't have power, how did you load this?

  6. AOW you are the best. I just had to link this to my facebook. The lefties will have a fit!!

    Hope you all are staying warm and the weather breaks for you soon. Finally had some decent weather here in the South today.

  7. Great find! I don't know whether that should make me laugh or cry though. Linking tomorrow.

  8. I saw this the other day and was going to use it for my Friday Funnies segment, but I ran across the LBJ thing and jumped on it.

    This is hilarious while you watch it. But when I am alone and have a minute to think about it, it really gets sad because the old Biblical passage "they strain at a gnat and swallow a camel" comes to mind.

    I have a post today that does touch upon some other moments in liberal history, and still biting us today. And it will continue to bite us until we wake up.

  9. I love little videos like this. Bunkerville is right. This will reach people in a way that George Will and Rush Limbaugh cannot.

  10. Great moments in Liberals history

    Mr. Obama finishing delivering what is supposed to be his "change" speech, his I am still relevant specch in Tucson Arizona because this is his event. The event to shape his Presidency as when Bill Clinton spoke after the OC bombing....

    and then he completely mishandles the real big story of the day...the uprising in Egpyt. He sits paralyzed with fear as to what to do next.

    Do we support the current government? Or the the now millions groaning under the weight of 14% unemployment. Do we support those seeking freedom economic freedom? or do we still on our hands and let a militant faction swoop in and take charge of the day?

    We cant even get a mere 2400 people out in 24 hours...ridiculous.

    It is a complicated problem to be sure but doing nothing is not the answer.

    Meanwhile back in Washington the Demos are opposing a lousy 50 billion cut in spending on some nonsense calling the expediture investment---Enron execs would be proud.......

  11. Anonymous said: hey, AOW, if you don't have power, how did you load this?

    This post was auto-published as it was in queue well before I lost Internet service.

  12. Blogginator,
    The situation in Egypt is quite fluid.

    That said, I do look for the Muslim Brotherhood to seize power when Mubarak steps down.


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