My Channel

Friday, October 3, 2014

Link Round Up

An Idiots Guide to the Right
Okay, first of all, stop saying “Faux News Lies.” That’s redundant. Either call it Faux News and we’re done, or say “Fox News Lies.” Also, what is a “lie?” Do you honestly think a reporter is sitting there reading a teleprompter that says “Obama had many meetings with al-Qaeda and they both agree America must die”? They just make stuff up? I don’t even think MSNBC does that. The closest they come to lying is when Rachel Maddow pretends the Koch brothers tried to make welfare recipients get drug tests. I believe she got information that contradicted her hypothesis at the last second and thought, “Fuck it. We don’t have time. Let’s roll.”
Lindsey 2016?
Gosh, I sure am. Suggested slogan: “He’s not the RINO America wants. He’s the RINO America needs.”
WaPo hires fair and balanced reporter who's not at all biased against republicans or the right.

Because of or in spite of Obama? You make the call.
Other measures are a bit more encouraging on that front. First, on a not-seasonally-adjusted basis, 2,483,000 more people were working full time last month than in September 2012, with 193,000 fewer people working part-time (for a net increase in 2,290,000 employed). Second, the average number of hours worked per week per job increased for the first time since March, from 34.5 hours per week to 34.6 hours per week on a seasonally-adjusted basis. Similarly, the number of overtime hours worked on manufacturing jobs also increased by 0.1 hours per week.
I love the restraint the left always shows in their criticism of those they disagree with. Class acts all the way.

Britain leads the way in flushing their economy down the toilet saving the planet.
Families face paying up to £40 extra each year for wind and solar farms to meet climate change targets after the government revised its energy price forecasts. The subsidy required for each unit of renewable electricity will rise after the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) conceded that gas was much cheaper than it had predicted. A glut of gas on the world market means gas-fired power stations have become cheaper to run, making wind and solar farms comparatively even more expensive. –Tim Webb & Ben Webster, The Times, 3 October 2014
 The White House sieve.
A man who falsely claimed to be a member of Congress was able to get into a secure backstage area where President Barack Obama was last month, Bloomberg News reported. 
The incident occurred on Sept. 27, when the president and first lady Michelle Obama attended the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation awards dinner at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

No comments:

Post a Comment