Tag: Conservatives

I Feel Cheated Somehow…

I Feel Cheated Somehow…

| July 25, 2009 | Reply

The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy Membership Benefits Section is going to be getting a strongly-worded e-mail from me. Obviously, I’ve not been getting the full package of perks. DON’T feel too sorry for Greg Gutfeld, who was injured during Sunday’s softball game between Fox News Channel and the Rick’s Cabaret strippers in Central Park. The […]

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The Left is Yelling About Palin Because They’re Afraid. Again.

The Left is Yelling About Palin Because They’re Afraid. Again.

| July 5, 2009 | 8 Replies

How badly has Sarah Palin’s resignation rattled the progressive left? Badly. Very, very badly. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it one more time: Sarah Palin scares the bejeezus out of the left. She is their very worst nightmare: an amazingly charismatic conservative who connects with huge swaths of the right (and more than […]

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Launch All Bailout…For Great Justice!

Launch All Bailout…For Great Justice!

| June 1, 2009 | Reply

Here’s another reason to support Chuck DeVore as he tries to unseat ultra-liberal Barbara Boxer in California: Not only is he a veteran, an author, and a conservative, he’s also a geek.

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Dissembling or Ephiphany? Jim DeMint Wants to Know.

Dissembling or Ephiphany? Jim DeMint Wants to Know.

| May 21, 2009 | Reply

There is a conservative rock star in the Republican Party and his name is Jim DeMint. His op-ed in the Washington Examiner on judicial restraint and the silly word games the President and Senator Leahy are playing deserves much wider attention than it’s gotten thus far. Obama has said plainly that he intends to choose […]

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Marco Rubio is the New Hotness; NRSC Is, Well, Not

Marco Rubio is the New Hotness; NRSC Is, Well, Not

| May 20, 2009 | 5 Replies

If you want to know why the Republican Party is still slowly circling the drain, take a look at this video and remember that the NRSC is backing a big-government, high-tax, believer in the Cult of Global Warming for the Senate over this guy. Seriously, what beyond fear could possibly have inspired the GOP to […]

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No, Senator Cornyn, I Don't Want What You're Smoking

No, Senator Cornyn, I Don't Want What You're Smoking

| May 12, 2009 | 4 Replies

I don’t know what premium bud John Cornyn smoked this morning, but he really should give it up. It makes him do some really dumb stuff like endorse Florida Governor Charlie Crist for the Senate. I am pleased today to endorse Governor Charlie Crist for the United States Senate. With his record of reform in […]

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No, Senator Cornyn, I Don’t Want What You’re Smoking

No, Senator Cornyn, I Don’t Want What You’re Smoking

| May 12, 2009 | 4 Replies

I don’t know what premium bud John Cornyn smoked this morning, but he really should give it up. It makes him do some really dumb stuff like endorse Florida Governor Charlie Crist for the Senate. I am pleased today to endorse Governor Charlie Crist for the United States Senate. With his record of reform in […]

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Estimating the Tea Party Numbers (Update: Is 800,000 Unreasonable?)

Estimating the Tea Party Numbers (Update: Is 800,000 Unreasonable?)

| April 15, 2009 | 24 Replies

In my travels around the blogosphere today, I’ve seen some left-wing commenters pooh-poohing what they consider to be a “meager” turnout for today’s Tax Day Tea Parties. So I decided to spitball some numbers. Michelle Malkin reports that there are at least 800 tea parties going on today. This post, which is aggregating reports from […]

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In the End, What Doomed Norm Coleman Was His Leftward Drift

In the End, What Doomed Norm Coleman Was His Leftward Drift

| April 8, 2009 | 2 Replies

It’s all over but for the shouting and the randomly-fired futile lawsuit in Minnesota, where the human bag of grease and phlegm Al Franken will be that state’s newest Senator. He beat Republican Norm Coleman, who still has to be wondering what in the heck happened that let the unfunniest human being in the multiverse […]

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Congressman Jeff Miller on Our Spending Realities

Congressman Jeff Miller on Our Spending Realities

| April 3, 2009 | Reply

My friend, and fellow member of Smart Girl Politics, Tabitha Hale had an opportunity to interview one of the newer Republican members of Congress, Jeff Miller. Miller represents Florida’s First Congressional District, which includes the cities of Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach and is also one of the GOP’s most conservative Representatives. Is there any […]

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