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right-wing blogs we like

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  • The Radio Equalizer
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Puget Sound Blathers

damn, that is pretty good.
except you forgot to put the 'Dori is TO a Boy's Name' bumper sticker on the back of the van.

Mike D

Thank you for listening so I don't have to. Not that I ever would.

sparky

Not to mention the ammonia they put on it to kill all the e-coli.

Finis Hominis

Hilarious post Chris, I don’t listen to Dori, but you encapsulate his stupidity well.

DontWorryBeHappy

Dont worry be happy! We know that practically everyone listens to Dori Monson, but of course always by accident.

jameschan

After a searing day of complaints, Safeway has announced they will stop buying the slime. That leaves dori and joe albertson with (fred meyer and QFC) kroger stores cutting their burger with that crap.
On Gottesmanwatch, she seems to have been scrubbed from Mynorthwest.com.

Schmetted

If you are what you eat then Dori is pink slime.

Makes total sense.

Puget Sound Blathers

Maybe Dori will have this fellow.
Dennis Miller got a little more than he expected today

"On Dennis Miller’s radio show Thursday Lord Christopher Monckton, a former policy adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and an activist against global warming “alarmism,” went all-in on questioning President Barack Obama’s citizenship.

Monckton, the 3rd Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, hinted about his position on the issue in April 2010 at a tea party rally on the National Mall near the White House. But on Miller’s show, he said the birth certificate issue was far more important that combatting so-called anthropogenic global warming.

“I mean, hey you got a president who has a false birth certificate on the Internet, on the White House website,” Monckton said. “It’s not even clear where he was born. You’ve got a national debt which is rising into the stratosphere. You’ve got unemployment certainly here in California at 11 percent, 50 percent in the construction industry. These are real problems. You’ve got real environmental problems — overfishing, deforestation, pollution, not so much in the west but certainly in other countries. These are real problems which ought to be addressed. You’ve got poverty. You’ve got disease. These are again serious problems in Africa for instance, that we could be helping with. But no, we’re obsessed with making the rich even richer and making the absolute bankers richer still by going for global warming and cap-and-trade and other nonsenses of this kind.”

Miller protested by saying he disagreed with the suggestion that Obama has a fraudulent birth certificate. But Monckton dug in his heels.

“I don’t know whether he is Kenyan or not,” Monckton said. “The point is that if I were you, I would want to make absolutely sure that he was born here before allowing him to be elected. And the birth certificate that he put up on that website, I don’t know where he was born. But I do know that birth certificate isn’t genuine.”

Monckton firmly asserted that the birth certificate on the White House website wasn’t real, and claimed it could be dismantled with software.

“It appears in layers on the screen in such a way you can remove quite separately each of the individual dates,” Monckton said. “You use Adobe Illustrator and each of the individual dates is in its own separate layer. This thing has been fabricated. Sheriff [Joe] Arpaio of Arizona has had a team on this for six months. And he has now gone public and said there’s something very desperately wrong with this and of course nobody is saying anything because the entire electorate has been fooled.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/03/22/lord-monckton-im-no-birther-but-obama-birth-certificate-plainly-a-forgery/#ixzz1ptbzrIlv

Puget Sound Blathers

it still surprises me that folks actually want to chase this tail. But they do. And do.


KS

PSB - It's a sideshow, but it gets distracting and it amounts to them chasing their tails (i.e. Korsi and Moncton).

It could be said that Obama is a forgery as a President, but there are certainly more believable and productive ways to show this that are plausible and in the mainstream.

Puget Sound Blathers

KS,
agreed it is a sideshow.

what disturbs me is this: after the 2008 election, you had folks trying to discredit or make illegitimate Pres Obama. The same thing happened after the 2000 election, folks were chanting the 'President Selected, not Elected' crap in an effort to discredit or make illegitimate Pres Bush.
hell, folks to this day still say Bush didn't win LMAO.

But if I didn't like it when they did it to Pres Bush I need to be consistent and denounce it when they do it to Pres Obama.

Both sides do it. After one election is over, you immediately move to the next. Campaigns are never over. Wash, lather, Rinse, Repeat.

KS

It would be nice if both sides respected their limits, but the political discourse has become toxic. Bipartisan seldom exists even where it has existed before. However, we could be on the verge of unlimited government if one side has its way. That lends itself directly to the toxic political climate today. The left is more toxic and are the aggressors today, but the right responds to it in some ways that are also toxic.

Liberty is the overriding issue which will be squashed with unlimited government. Those who want unlimited government are ignorant of the consequences or just don't care any more and would be more benefit to the rest of us if they were locked in a padded cell, IMHO.

Truth-seeker

KS: It could be said that Obama is a forgery as a President...

So, are you saying it?

PS: But if I didn't like it when they did it to Pres Bush I need to be consistent and denounce it when they do it to Pres Obama.

Who is doing it to Obama - who is "they" - except for KS? Where have you denounced it?

So the Supreme Court did not select the President under a rationale that they themselves proclaimed did not set precedent?"

It is hard to follow your line of reasoning.

Truth-seeker

Oh boy! Following up on KS and PS posts, I have aided and abetted a topic change!

Shame on you boys for leading me into the den of "topic changers!"

KS

I have denounced both Bush-43 and Obama, so is that not consistency ?

Sounds like you believe Al Gore should have been president, right - Seeker ? For whatever that's worth...

Finis Hominis

Puget,
You have come to the conclusion that these are dead end conversations, why bring them up?

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