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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Too Good Not To Share

"The Constitution shall never be construed... to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” —Samuel Adams 

I found these little gems on the Internet and felt they were just too good not to share.

Ronald Reagan’s famous “Good Morning in America” ad resurfaces with a new twist.

Citizens for the Republic – a conservative grassroots lobbying organization reborn under the leadership of Reagan stalwarts – today launched a national television advertising campaign with the release of its 60-second TV spot, “Mourning in America.”

The ad – a twist on the 1984 Reagan campaign’s fabled “Better, Prouder, Stronger” ad, the best-known of the “Morning in America” series – captures the nation’s mood today as well as the original ad captured the mood of the nation’s electorate a quarter-century ago.

Click here to view the ad, its really very good and send the right message.

Bill Clinton has his eye on Sarah Palin.

Democrats who think Sarah Palin would be an easy mark if she were the Republican presidential candidate in 2012 should be careful what they wish for, says former President Bill Clinton. “It’s always a mistake to underestimate your opponent,” Clinton told George Stephanopoulos, the anchor of ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Clinton made the comment after Stephanopoulos asked him to reflect on the media buzz about Palin, especially after her weekend speech at the Iowa Republican Party’s annual Ronald Reagan Dinner fundraiser.

Click here to read the entire article click here. Notice the juxtaposition of the two photos in the article and the leering look on Clinton’s face. I bet when Clinton goes to bed each night and closes his eyes it’s not Hillary he sees.

Chris Matthews gives another blast at Obama.

A truly shocking thing happened on Monday's "Hardball": Chris Matthews, the man who once proudly boasted about getting a thrill up his leg when Barack Obama speaks, actually scolded the President on national television.

Maybe even more surprising, the MSNBCer told the object of his affection, "Stop saying that giving people tax cuts is giving people money. It`s their money!"

The unashamed liberal host continued, "A tax cut is when the government doesn`t take our money. It`s an important distinction" Click here for the video clip and transcript, It’s worth 30 seconds to watch the spittle sprinkling Matthews scold his one time idol.

Another Republican looser spills his sour grapes.

Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C., who lost his bid for re-election in the Republican primary to conservative Trey Gowdy, says President Ronald Reagan might not feel at home in today’s Republican Party. And it’s not just the conservative nature of the tea party that is flexing its muscle in the GOP, because Reagan is a conservative standard bearer in his own right. But negative Tea Partiers’ have hijacked the GOP, Inglis said on CNN, The Hill  reports. Click here to read the full story.

What would Mr. Rogers think?

Katy Perry adapts 'Hot N Cold' for 'Sesame Street' duet with Elmo in cleavage-revealing dress. Days after her fiancé, Russell Brand, was arrested for attacking a photographer who aimed a camera up her dress, Perry appeared in a new "Sesame Street" promo video in an outfit that could raise the ire of viewers' parents.

The 24-year-old singer is seen in a low-cut yellow-green heart-shaped dress with a shear piece of material covering her ample cleavage. The wedding veil on her head is part of a dress-up game with Elmo that has gone awry.

Click here to view the video

Boston bans sugary soft drinks. Will beans be next?

Health officials in Boston are saying they are considering ways to curb or even ban the sale of sugary beverages in the city’s municipal buildings.  The presence of calorie-rich drinks has government agencies worried about the health of employees and visitors to government agencies.  As a result, the city’s health, education and housing leaders are putting their heads together and working to develop a policy that would reduce the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages, the Boston Globe reported Monday.

Click here for full report and video. It’s really getting crazy out there. Look out Bush Beans, you’re next.

Eight Dems Arrested in Bell, CA 'Corruption on Steroids' - Not a Single Mention of Party Affiliation from the Media.

Today, eight city council members were arrested in Bell, California for what Los Angeles County District Attorney labeled "corruption on steroids." Thus far, every major news outlet that has reported on the story has omitted the fact that all eight individuals arrested are Democrats.

These glaring omissions come only weeks after NewsBusters reported that of the 351 stories on the then-brewing controversy, 350 had omitted party affiliations, and one had mentioned they were Democrats only in apologizing for not doing so sooner. That’s a percentage of 0.28%. Also none of the local TV media in the L.A. area has mentioned their party affiliation. If you think media bias does not exist you are either blind, suffering from cognitive dissonance or just plain crazy.

Click here to view the full story.

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