“A lion doesn’t concern itself with the opinion of sheep.” – George R.R. Martin, “A Game of Thrones”
In the MSM’s unrelenting criticism of President-elect Donald Trump (and his transition team), the term “bloodletting” is weirdly telling of their collectively deluded mindset. The Washington Post misuses that precise word in relation to the unremarkable demotion of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (for the more experienced Mike Pence) and the departure of former Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Mich.
[To Joseph Farah:] Thank you for continuing to remind the public about reality in Israel. I regularly employ Arab workers who are most happy to be working. Never has one of them ever stated that he’d be happier in a PA controlled state than to be living and working in the Jewish state.
The remark about the first lady is so egregious that the best thing is to ignore it rather than give such a horrible remark more publicity. (I can’t bring myself to repeat it, but you know which one I am referring to.) Please understand that politically I disagree with most of what Obama stands for, but I am ashamed beyond words that anyone would say such a thing about another person – granted they thought it was a private conversation.
How about a report on what it is like as a Trump protester? Ever wonder what life on a bus as a paid professional protester is like? Is it a micro utopia of socialist brotherhood? Make that brother-sister-it-cis-whatever hood.
Can you trust your purse will not be stolen? Is there a line at the back for the bathroom? Who buys the food? Where do you get on the bus? Did they make their own signs? Have these people ever been out of the city before? Do they know what open country looks like?
What do they do when the job is over? Find another crisis too good to waste? Pretty sure they did not miss work or lose a job for being gone ... continue reading »