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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the President of Iran and the Iranian Mullahs who run the Iran terror machine will have Barack Obama and Joe Biden for lunch. It will NOT be pretty.

Because, APPEASEMENT never is because there are always consequences. Ask Bill Clinton.

Pre-Super Bowl interviews with Matt Lauer on NBC are one thing. Dealing with terrorist states who want to “wipe Israel off the map” is quite another.


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  • Last night, Campbell Brown brought up Rush Limbaugh's criticism of CNN business correspondent Ali Velshi during her show, “No Bias. No Bull.”

    On the radio Friday, Limbaugh called out Brown's colleague: "Mr. Velshi, you are incompetent. You are a disservice to your business, except you fit right in at CNN, disinformation, character assaults."

  • Congratulations Chairman Steele! Your election is not only a decisive victory for a new brand of leadership, but presents a significant opportunity to rethink the modern political organization. The people you hire at the staff level will be setting the tone for Republican campaigns at least one or two Presidential election cycles to come. The consultants should work for you — and not for their own agendas — and must be on board with your reform efforts as well as the Rebuild the Party plan you've endorsed. It is critical that all senior staff — and not just your New Media or "eCampaign" people — "get it," not just in the sense of embracing technology, but in understanding the way that technology has changed the basic character of the traditional side of campaigns — making them bigger, more participatory, more like movements, and potentially much more powerful than they are today… if done right.
    Michael, listen to Patrick
  • Hillary Clinton's former research director dished up a nasty hit-piece memo on Michael Steele hours after he was elected the GOP's first black RNC Chairman.

    He cites shaky resources like Think Progress, a blog for the lefty Center for American Progress for his research. This would be like me linking to comments on FreeRepublic to back up my facts.

    Steele's clearly got the Dems scared.

  • The NHS has long been haunted by the spectre of waiting-lists and tight funding, but is now facing omens of a rather more unsettling kind.

    An exorcist has reportedly been summoned to a hospital in Derby after staff saw a ghost prowling the corridors near the morgue.

    Managers at the Derby Royal Hospital have received numerous complaints from spooked workers that a figure cloaked in black has been stalking the wards and walking through walls at the site run by the NHS – perhaps to be renamed the National Haunted Service.
    NHS = National Haunted Service

    (tags: NHS)
  • US President Barack Obama's offer to talk to Iran shows that America's policy of "domination" has failed, the government spokesman said on Saturday.

    "This request means Western ideology has become passive, that capitalist thought and the system of domination have failed," Gholam Hossein Elham was quoted as saying by the Mehr news agency.

    "Negotiation is secondary, the main issue is that there is no way but for (the United States) to change," he added.

    After nearly three decades of severed ties, Obama said shortly after taking office this month that he is willing to extend a diplomatic hand to Tehran if the Islamic republic is ready to "unclench its fist".

    In response, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad launched a fresh tirade against the United States, demanding an apology for its "crimes" against Iran and saying he expected "deep and fundamental" change from Obama.

  • Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House, is on TV explaining the (at this point the congregation shall fall to its knees and prostrate itself) “stimulus.” “How,” asks the lady from CBS, “does $335 million in STD prevention stimulate the economy?”
    Mark Steyn at his finest

    “I’ll tell you how,” says Speaker Pelosi. “I’m a big believer in prevention. And we have, er, there is a part of the bill on the House side that is about prevention. It’s about it being less expensive to the states to do these measures.”


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