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By: Steve - March 29, 2015 - 11:00am
House Republicans saw their budget dreams go up in smoke as President Obama is signaling that he will veto the unpopular, but freshly passed House budget.
In a statement the White House said this:
Budgets are about priorities. This evening the House Republicans made clear that once again their priority is to cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires and return our economy to the same top-down economics that has failed the American people before.The budget showdown between President Obama and Congressional Republicans could be the most significant budget battle since then President Bill Clinton vetoed the Republican budget in 1995.
At the time of his veto, Clinton said this: "With this veto, the extreme Republican effort to balance the budget through wrongheaded cuts and misplaced priorities is over. Now it's up to all of us to go back to work together to show we can balance the budget and be true to our values and our economic interests."
Both President Clinton and President Obama mentioned priorities for a reason. The budget is never about dollars. Budgets are about ideology and priorities.
The 2015 Republicans are repeating the behavior of the 1995 Republicans. They are trying to use the budgetary process to force their ideology on a Democratic president.
The stage is being set for an epic budget throwdown the likes of which the country has seen in almost two decades.
President Obama's message to Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader McConnell is clear. If the Republicans want a budget fight, they've got it.
The Republican budget robs from the poor to give to the rich and the corporations, it looks like Millionaires, Billionaires, and Corporate Lobbyists wrote it. And anyone who voted for a Republican in the last election how study their budget carefully, because it screws everyone who is not wealthy.
At a time when middle class incomes are dropping, with record corporate profits, and a record high stock market the Republicans have it all wrong. They should be giving more to the poor and the middle class, not taking it away.
Republican Run States Take More From The Federal Government
By: Steve - March 28, 2015 - 11:00am
This blows the Republican propaganda (that Democratic run states take more money from the Federal Government than Republican run states) out of the water. What this report shows is that when Republicans say they are for smaller Government and they do not want the Federal Government to help them with anything, it is all a lie.
And of course O'Reilly never says a word about any of it. Because he says the very same thing, he says the liberals are sucking all the money out of the Government, when in fact O'Reilly is wrong, and it is the conservative states who get more of the Government money.
Fact: States that consistently vote Republican and against their own best interest suck more money from the federal government than Democratic states.
Residents in red states across the nation are already suffering from Republican policies that are raping the economic life out of the people, and in most cases the only thing keeping the people, particularly the poor people, from starvation and ill-health is the federal government; the entity they hate with religious fervor and elect Republicans to eviscerate.
Now, another report reveals that those same red state Republican voters who want the federal government cut to shreds are taking substantially more assets from the federal government they want destroyed at the expense of blue states that are supporting them.
This time the report is not from a liberal-leaning think tank, or any government agency; it is from a commercial organization with no political or economic stake in the study's results. Study after study has also consistently exposed anti-federal government Republican states as being incredibly dependent on the federal government they hate with religious passion and just voted for Republicans to fulfill their wishes and decimate it.
Never, never ever, underestimate the power of stupid Republican voters in red states who are a Presidential veto away from seeing their evil dream reach fruition.
The new report is courtesy of WalletHub; a commercial personal financial web site that rated all 50 states on the basis of their dependence on the federal government to support their economies and keep poor people alive. The report was compiled from data and condensed into "four metrics" not unlike other studies, but without a political motivation for conducting the research.
The categories were; the return in federal dollars on taxpayer investment, or how many federal dollars a state receives as opposed to what the residents pay in. The percentage of state revenue from federal funding that keeps the state from declaring bankruptcy and its residents from starving or dying from lack of medical care.
The number of non-defense (civilian) federal employees in a state, as opposed to states supported by large military installations. And last, the per capita federal employee rate in the state such as federal marshals, park rangers, federal highway workers, and federal regulators keeping air, water, and food safe.
Republican states have benefitted greatly from federal healthcare such as Medicaid, Medicare, and the Affordable Care Act, and it is relatively common knowledge that the largest percentage of SNAP (food stamp) recipients are poor white Republicans in red states; likely because red state legislators enacted Draconian 'right to work' laws keeping wages at or below poverty levels.
The stupidity of red state Republican voters is that they are the morons who consistently send Republicans to Washington to rein in the federal budget and cut the federal government down to size.
There is no accounting for stupid people who, as equally stupid Sarah Palin claims, are the real Americans sitting on their porches holding their guns, their god, and their Constitution while supporting Republicans who promised to ravage the federal government they are convinced is stealing their liberty.
It has always been a mystery where those dummies who receive federal assistance in food and healthcare think their government assistance originates. Maybe if they would lose that assistance for a while they would get a clue that the federal government they sent Republicans to Washington to demolish is all that prevents them from starving, working for a dollar an hour seven days a week, or going without lifesaving medical care, but even that eventuality is debatable.
What is noteworthy is that the blue states that receive 20, 30, or 40 cents in return for every dollar they invest in the federal government are not revolting and threatening to secede.
Which is the difference between blue state residents and hateful red state Republicans; they accept that Americans assist their fellow citizens no matter how stupid they are for voting against their own best interests and the federal government that is likely all that stands between their demise and survival.
Unfortunately their stupidity is a threat to the rest of the population and it is beginning to appear that they comprehend exactly what they are doing; if that is the case they are not just stupid, they are crazy.
David Letterman Calls O'Reilly Out For His Lies
By: Steve - March 27, 2015 - 11:00am
And of course O'Reilly sticks to his dishonest guns and refuses to admit he has ever lied about anything, which is just laughable, because not only was he caught in all those lies, I catch him lying here in my blog almost every night.
Here is the video:
Bill O'Reilly stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman Tuesday night to engage in a little self-promotion. But as you can see from the preview clip below, David Letterman did not hesitate to ask him about his recent controversies.
Comparing O'Reilly's lies of past reporting to Brian Williams exaggerations about his time spent in Iraq, Letterman asked, "Is there a difference?"
"Only if I did something that wasn't true," O’Reilly replied, maintaining his innocence.
"What I said was accurate," he insisted, despite evidence to the contrary put forward by organizations like Mother Jones and Media Matters, among others.
"It worked out OK for me," he said, noting that he got "even more viewers out of the whole thing, a 20% increase."
"20% up when people thought you were making stuff up?" Letterman asked, incredulously.
Note: What O'Reilly did not mention is that those 20% are gone now, and his ratings are back to where they were before his lie scandal. They were just temporary viewers tuning in to see what he was saying, like people stopping to look at a train wreck, they are gone now.
O'Reilly also told Letterman that while he may "bloviate" and "give analysis," he has never "fibbed" on air because it's "not worth it for him to do that."
When Letterman suggested that both O'Reilly and Williams should be held to the same standard of trust, O'Reilly said that his 15 years at number one of Fox News proves that viewers do trust him.
Note: Which is just laughable, and high ratings from right-wingers who agree with you proves nothing. Ratings do not equal trust, it just shows that if you have a biased right-wing show on a biased right-wing news network you can get good ratings. Letterman actually laughed when O'Reilly said that, because he knew it was a ridiculous statement.
As for Brian Williams, O'Reilly offered up this sort-of defense of the suspended anchor: "I think that NBC should bring him back, I think they will bring him back."
Bill O'Reilly Lied To David Letterman About His Past Lies
By: Steve - March 27, 2015 - 10:00am
This is classic O'Reilly, he goes on Letterman and lies about his lies. O'Reilly's attempt at damage control on Letterman's show for his repeated lies about his reporting career was premised on more lies.
During an appearance on The Late Show, O'Reilly sought to defend himself from criticism by falsely suggesting that people have had to go back "38 years" to find anything to dispute.
Which is a lie!
O'Reilly also suggested that his ratings received a "20 percent" boost due to the controversy.
Which is true and not true!
These claims are very dishonest: because many of his lies were made in the past few years and as recently as last month, and his ratings were largely flat over the month before and after the beginning of the scandal.
So he did get a short term ratings increase, but not for good reasons, and it did not last. Today his ratings are right back to where they were before the lie scandal.
During the interview, Letterman said that people have been arguing, "O'Reilly himself may have said things that were exaggerated or untrue and they had to go back, like, 30 years." O'Reilly replied: "38 years."
Many of O'Reilly's fairy tales about his reporting career were made in the past few years, not 38 years ago.
-- O'Reilly's claim about reporting from a combat zone in the Falklands in 1982 was made numerous times in the past decade, including in April 2013.
-- His claim that he personally heard the 1977 suicide of a figure related to the JFK assassination was made in his 2012 book, a 2013 book adaption, and repeated on Fox News in 2012 and 2014. He has still left numerous unanswered questions about the tale.
-- O'Reilly repeatedly claimed to have witnessed nuns being "shot in the back of the head," including as recently as December 2012. He later claimed he meant that he was merely shown pictures of the shootings.
-- His claim that he's "seen" "Irish terrorists kill and maim their fellow citizens in Belfast with bombs" was made in his 2013 book. A Fox News spokesperson later admitted he was only shown pictures of the bombings.
-- His inconsistent story about being caught in a firefight at an army base in El Salvador was repeated just a month ago, during a February radio interview.
-- And his claim about the danger he faced while covering the 1992 Los Angeles riots was recently made in February 2015.
During the same interview, O'Reilly said that his show "got even more viewers" because of the controversy, saying that his ratings had risen "20 percent."
But O'Reilly did not specify the duration of the ratings increase. And the actual data shows that while O'Reilly saw a brief ratings increase immediately following the controversy as viewers tuned in to see his response, he gave back that bump almost immediately, with no long-term change.
Media Matters looked into the show's nightly ratings -- pulled from TV Newser's Scoreboard posts of cable news -- over a nine-week period between January 19 (one month before the Mother Jones article that kicked off the O'Reilly scandal) and March 20 (one month after).
The daily ratings show a slight decline over the course of the study, and weekly averages of overall viewership and the coveted 25-to-54 demographic during the time period studied appear to be flat.
There was a one-day 23-percent overall increase from his show on Friday, February 20 -- the first show on which he addressed the controversy, and a night of the week that typically figures significantly lower ratings -- and Monday, February 23, when he addressed the subject for the second time.
But that February 20 show saw an 11-point ratings drop from the night before, further undermining O'Reilly's argument.
And btw, my website page views were also up during the lie scandal, and have now gone back down to pre-lie scandal levels.
Republican Run State Worst In The Country On Income Loss
By: Steve - March 26, 2015 - 11:00am
Here is a story you will never see O'Reilly report, because it destroys the right-wing propaganda he spins out that Obama and the liberals are to blame for the median household income drop in America.
Which is crazy anyway, because incomes have dropped due to corporations giving all their profits to the top 1% and not giving any of it to the actual workers, and Obama has nothing to do with that. Then on top of that Republicans block raising the federal minimum wage, and O'Reilly never says a word about it, as he insanely blames Obama for it.
Walker's Wisconsin Is Worst In Nation On Shrinking Middle Class
It was less than two weeks ago that Scott Walker said "President Obama should be looking to states, like Wisconsin, as an example for how to grow our economy."
Then, a few days ago, the Pew Charitable Trust came out with a report showing Wisconsin has lost more of its middle class than any other state in the country. Walker almost had it right, what he should have said is this: "The President should be looking to Wisconsin under Scott Walker for an example of what not to do."
Wisconsin ranks worst among the 50 states in terms of a shrinking middle class, with real median household incomes here falling 14.7% since 2000, according to a new report. The Pew Charitable Trust report showed Wisconsin with the largest decline in the percentage of families considered "middle class," or those earning between 67 and 200 percent of their state's median income.
Kevin Kane of the group Citizen Action of Wisconsin said the Pew report shows the damage to the state's progressive tradition which had once created the largest middle class in the Midwest.
"Our recent experiment in Wisconsin to undermine this legacy has brought us the greatest contraction of the middle class in the country," he said.
Also, the median household income in Wisconsin was $60,344 in 2000 but now stands at just $51,467 after adjusting for inflation. That's a dip of 14.7 percent.
This is a state run by a Republican, and they are the worst. But O'Reilly never says a word about it. While almost every night blaming Obama for the drop in median household incomes. Proving that O'Reilly is a right-wing propagandist, because he tells lies about it, and ignores the truth.
Republican Congressman Calls Ted Cruz A Carnival Barker
By: Steve - March 26, 2015 - 10:00am
It didn't take long after Ted Cruz's presidential announcement for the Texas Republican to get some heat from his own party, with Peter King releasing a statement saying in no uncertain terms he is unfit to be the next president.
And this is what a man in his own political party is saying, just imagine what the Democrats will say about him.
In the statement, King says the GOP should "be able to find a more qualified candidate than Ted Cruz."
He goes on to say, "Shutting down the federal government, reading Dr. Seuss on the Senate floor are the marks of a carnival barker, not the leader of the free world."
King, of course, is considering a 2016 run as well, and he has said he would run just to stop Cruz or Rand Paul from taking the GOP in the wrong direction.
O'Reilly aid the liberal media is on a jihad against Cruz, while ignoring all the Republicans who are also slamming Cruz. So once again O'Reilly is being dishonest.
It's Official: Bill O'Reilly Is A Clueless Right-Wing Fool
By: Steve - March 25, 2015 - 11:00am
Now he says Fox only has one conservative on the entire network and it is the only show where they have a conservative bias, and that is Sean Hannity. Which is not only insane it's just laughable. Because every single show on Fox is conservative and has a conservative bias, except for maybe Shep Smith, who is a moderate conservative and rarely gives an opinion.
O'Reilly is conservative, Fox & Friends are conservative, Lou Dobbs is conservative, Neil Cavuto is conservative, all the hosts of the Five are conservative but one, and on and on.
In fact, O'Reilly has it totally wrong, Fox is conservative every hour but one, the hour Shep Smith is on.
Last week, Bill O'Reilly objected to Bernie Goldberg's claim that Fox News tends to downplay "conservative screw-ups."
Well on Monday's O'Reilly Factor, Goldberg joined O'Reilly to re-hash that debate.
Goldberg said Fox serves as a "counterbalance to the liberal media." He also said Fox is the only network willing to engage in an honest debate about media bias.
Overall, he said, conservatives and liberals tend to protect their own and be more tough to the other side. In addition, according to Goldberg, liberals and conservatives have their favorites in the media.
Point in case, he said, was when Fox acted as "cheerleaders" for the Tea Party, just as other networks did so for the Occupy Wall Street movement.
Goldberg also hit Fox for some of its personalities efforts to "turn this yahoo rancher from Nevada into an American folk hero, simply because he was against the federal government, and so are they," referring to Cliven Bundy.
O'Reilly said the only conservative on Fox "in terms of his presentation" is Sean Hannity, and that conservatives deserve a conservative news hour each day.
O'Reilly insisted there's only one hour of conservative programming on Fox per day, but Goldberg immediately pushed back, saying there's "a lot more to Fox" than the shows they mentioned.
On the Cliven Bundy story, O'Reilly said it seemed at first that the rancher was being oppressed, but said he didn't do the story immediately because he wanted to know more, and Goldberg said that's because "you're a journalist."
Which is also laughable, because O'Reilly can not even spell journalist. He is a biased partisan hack and nothing even close to a journalist.
Those who dove into it, O'Reilly said, "eventually saw the truth of it."
Goldberg ultimately concluded that Fox "pandered" to their audience with the Bundy story because it was good for ratings.
For once Goldberg is sort of telling the truth, but O'Reilly is still in denial, and he is delusional. Because Fox is 99.9% conservative, and that is a fact. O'Reilly is pretty much the only person on the planet who denies it. Which means if he can not even admit Fox is conservative, how can you ever trust anything he says.
Fox Hosts Appalled At The Idea Every American Might Vote
By: Steve - March 25, 2015 - 10:00am
They implied that every liberal is so uninformed all of them should never vote. Even though every poll ever taken shows that Republicans are more uninformed than anyone. And all the media surveys show that Fox viewers are more uninformed than people who watch the news, in fact, the surveys show that Fox viewers are even more uninformed than people who watch no news at all.
And that is because they are fed lies and propaganda from Fox and other conservative media outlets, so in surveys about politics they are uninformed because they are always being lied to. The reality is this, Republicans are scared to death of mandatory voting, because they know they would lose big time.
I actually support mandatory voting, because everyone should have to vote. And I would add that if you do not vote you should be fined. Republicans want to suppress the vote, because every time there is high turnout they lose.
When I heard that President Obama mentioned a way we might increase voter turnout and counter big money in politics might be to make voting mandatory, I knew instantly the stooges over at Fixed News were going to lose their minds.
Take for instance the hosts on Outnumbered, who admitted that they don't want every American to vote. In fact, they seemed almost disgusted at the idea of trying to find ways to make sure that we get as many people to vote as possible.
"Do we really want everybody voting?" co-host Andrea Tantaros asked. "I don't think so!"
"If you're not engaged enough to vote, please don't," co-host Melissa Francis also said. "Stay Home."
Being that millions of Americans simply straight-ticket vote, I wonder how Ms. Francis feels about those particular voters. After all, wouldn't someone simply voting for a party instead of each individual politician based upon where they stand on various issues be the ultimate sign that they're not engaged?
"I don't understand where the president falls on this: Is he against freedom?" co-host Harris Faulkner asked.
This kind of nonsense is exactly what I expected from the loons at Fox News and the conservative media in general. Instead of taking his comments for what they were -- simply a suggestion to combat low voter turnout during elections -- the hosts were quick to try to paint Obama as some kind of tyrant who hates freedom.
The Republican party has really become the anti-idea party. They take traditional to a whole other level. To even suggest something new, or even potentially groundbreaking, is tantamount to hating the Constitution and the United States.
But the bottom line is, Republicans don't want more Americans voting. They're well aware of the fact that when more Americans vote, the better it is for Democrats. The biggest advantage Republicans have is that their constituents are far more consistent voters, especially during midterms.
I can guarantee you that just about every single time this nation experiences lower than normal voter turnout, that's good news for the GOP. And they know it, which is why they try to suppress the vote all across the country with these bogus voter ID laws that are meant to solve a problem we do not have.
I would say that no American should ever support any politician, or political party, that's either trying to make voting more difficult or discourage voters from trying to vote at all. Which is exactly what the Republican party is trying to do. We should be trying to get more people to vote not less, but that is what Republicans want to do, because the more people vote the more elections they lose.
And btw, O'Reilly also discussed it, and he of course was opposed to mandatory voting, because he knows the Republicans would suffer. He even slammed Obama for even suggesting it, like the good little Republican he is, towing the party line and spewing out their talking points once again.
Fox News Downplays Bloody Arrest Of Black UVA Student
By: Steve - March 24, 2015 - 11:00am
Fox News media critic Howard Kurtz downplayed the bloody arrest and subsequent national media coverage of a black University of Virginia (UVA) student, arrested during an alleged dispute over his ID, claiming "such arrests are common in this college town."
And how did the great so-called journalist Howard Kurtz form that opinion, he said bartenders told him it happens all the time, so now bartenders are valid news sources?
The Washington Post reported that Virginia's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) is under scrutiny after the violent arrest of UVA student Martese Johnson, who "sustained head injuries that left him with bloody streaks down his face" following St. Patrick's Day celebrations near the UVA campus in Charlottesville.
During the arrest Johnson suffered a gash to his head that required 10 stitches. He was charged with public intoxication and obstruction of justice.
Photos of Johnson's bloody face sparked widespread outrage and protests over the use of excessive police force.
Watkins said Johnson was standing on the sidewalk outside of a bar when a bouncer asked him for identification. According to Watkins, Johnson gave the bouncer a valid Illinois ID. The bouncer then asked Johnson what his zip code was. Johnson gave his mother’s current zip code, which was different than the zip code on the ID that was printed in 2011, Watkins said.
Virginia ABC officers then questioned Johnson about a false ID. At some point, officers took Johnson down to the ground and they slammed his head on the sidewalk.
“Martese Johnson is an upstanding young man with a bright future,” his attorney said. "Martese is a member of the UVA honor committee and has no criminal record whatsoever. He's worked hard for his bright future and we intend to fight the criminal charges against him with the utmost vigor."
During a segment on March 20th Special Report on Fox News, Kurtz criticized the national media attention claiming that this was a local story with "no evidence that race was a factor" in the arrest. Kurtz later downplayed the arrest as typical, asserting that "bartenders tell us such arrests are common in this college town."
But according to a statement released by UVA officials, the arrest and injuries sustained by Johnson are described as "excessive force" and "highly unusual."
This African American male student was injured on the Corner, after being stopped by Virginia Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) officers. His head was slammed into the hard pavement with excessive force. The student required medical evaluation and treatment at the UVa Hospital Emergency Department.
This was wrong and should not have occurred. In the many years of our medical, professional and leadership roles at the University, we view the nature of this assault as highly unusual and appalling based on the information we have received.
The arrest has prompted the Governor of Virginia and local prosecutors to request a "comprehensive investigation" by State Police, and the agents involved in his arrest have been put on administrative duty.
Kurtz never once mentioned that Johnson is a member of the UVA honor committee and has no criminal record. It was a biased one sided story by Fox and Kurtz, defending the cops and making the victim look bad, which is what they do every time a cop beats someone up, or kills them.
German Journalist Blames Bush For The Rise Of ISIS
By: Steve - March 24, 2015 - 10:00am
WASHINGTON -- The first known Western journalist to have embedded with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terror group blames former President George W. Bush for its existence.
German journalist Jurgen Todenhofer, spent ten days with the terror group in Mosul. Speaking with the German website TZ, Todenhofer said that the U.S. air campaign against ISIS will have little effect on the group.
"With every bomb that is dropped and hits a civilian, the number of terrorists increases," he said.
Todenhofer pointed the finger at Bush for the rise of ISIS. "Without George W. Bush's Iraq war, there would be no ISIS," he said.
So as you can see, it's not just liberals who blame Bush for ISIS, German journalists who have nothing to do with being political in America are also doing it, because it's true. O'Reilly acts like only liberals blame Bush, when many Republicans do too, including Colin Powell and the Republican Senator Rand Paul, but O'Reilly never tells you that.
Friday night O'Reilly said this: "A few loons, actor Sean Penn among them, are actually blaming the rise of ISIS on George Bush and Dick Cheney."
Then he had Geraldo on to agree with him, the two of them called Penn a far-left loon and basically said it's left-wing propaganda. Even though many Republicans also believe it, they just ignore all that and claim it's only left-wing loons who think that.
Don Imus and his producer Bernard McGuirk also both said they believe Bush is to blame for ISIS, and they are not liberals, they are both Republicans who have a show called Imus In The Morning on the Fox Business Network. And they both agree with Sean Penn, but O'Reilly never points that out, he makes it seem as though only loon liberals think that.
And btw, McGuirk is on the Factor with Greg Gutfeld every Friday night for a regular segment, and not once has O'Reilly asked him about his position that Bush is to blame for ISIS.
Notice that neither O'Reilly or Geraldo even mention the SOFA Bush signed. Bush is the guy who signed the troop removal agreement, not Obama. But O'Reilly never reports that, he never tells you that Obama had no choice to remove the troops because of the SOFA Bush signed. And they never tell you that ISIS would not be ISIS in Iraq if Bush had not invaded a country we never attacked.
O'Reilly cherry picks what he wants to use to blame Obama, while ignoring all the other facts that prove him wrong and prove Bush is to blame. And he does it for partisan political reasons. Notice that nobody but Republicans blame Obama for ISIS, and O'Reilly claims he is not a Republican, while using their talking points on it, word for word.
Which he also said he never does, O'Reilly said he never uses Republican talking points, as he is using them, every night on pretty much every issue he reports on.
Here are the facts: Before Bush invaded and Iraq, it was a relatively stable region where Iran was not the dominant force in the area, radical Muslims were not attempting to overthrow Syria, Iraqi Sunni and Shia Muslims lived in peace in the same neighborhoods, and the idea of an Iraqi civil war was remote.
But O'Reilly and his Republican friends can hardly remember what they lied about yesterday much less what Bush did thirteen years ago, so it is typical that they find no issue blaming the current situation in Iraq on President Obama.
What any of the Republicans blaming Obama for pulling American troops out of Iraq in 2011 should remember, is that in October 2008 George W. Bush was president when the Status of Forces Agreement was drafted and ratified by Iraqi lawmakers a month later in November 2008.
The pertinent part of the agreement that President Obama honored was that, "All the United States Forces shall withdraw from all Iraqi territory no later than December 31, 2011."
Still, O'Reilly and the Republicans are blaming the President for abandoning Iraq they were fully prepared to continue occupying in perpetuity, and forget that besides Bush, an ill-advised strategy by former General David Patraeus mishandling of the surge that created the militant insurgency threatening to completely tear Iraq apart and finish completely destabilizing the region Bush's invasion started eleven years ago.
The sectarian war raging in Iraq today is the result of Bush's effort to contain sectarian violence in Iraq through the surge that is the reason for what is becoming a devastating and uncontrollable civil war in Iraq. It is important to remember that part and parcel of General David Patraeus strategy with the surge was arming and paying Iraqi Sunnis to assist Americans on the one hand, and the other allowing Iraqi Shias to cleanse entire neighborhoods of Sunnis who are now waging an insurgent war against government forces.
Some of the arms the insurgency is using are holdover gifts Patraeus showered on them that were used in Syria and now Iraq. There is a reason Iran supports Iraq's government forces and called on Shias to fight with Iraq's national army and put down former Iraqi Sunnis who were attacked viciously by the majority Iraqi Shias during the American occupation.
It is true that some of the blame clearly falls on Iraqi leader Maliki for religious sectarianism targeting Sunnis since before the insurgency began in earnest, and now the entire nation is paying a heavy price.
What is happening in Iraq is a continuation of the sectarian religious war, or civil war, that began after Bush invaded and upset the balance that Saddam Hussein presided over. It is true Saddam was a tyrant, but there was relative calm and cooperation between minority Sunnis and Bathists in control of the government and the majority Shia population.
After Bush overthrew Saddam's government and installed a Shia majority, not only did predominately Shia Iran rise to power, Iraqi Shias embarked on a crusade to eradicate Sunnis and exact retribution against ordinary Sunnis.
Now the shoe is on the other foot and seeing the gravity of the situation, Iraq's Shiite religious authorities issued statements in support of the Shiite-dominated Iraqi army. The top Shiite spiritual leader in the world, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani gave his support to "the sons within the Iraqi security forces," and a representative for Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran's supreme leader, urged Shiites to join the security forces to combat Sunni militants.
Whatever is happening in Iraq is a direct and irrefutable result of Bush’s invasion and poorly administered war of occupation. None of the blame rests with the troops sent to fight and die in a completely unnecessary war of American aggression, any more than it is Barack Obama's fault for honoring the agreement George W. Bush made in 2008 to withdraw American forces by December 2011.
Saddam Hussein may have been a tyrant, but while he was in power Sunnis and Shias were not involved in a sectarian religious war, Iran was not a regional power, and Syria was not threatened by Islamic extremists and civil war.
Republicans learned absolutely nothing from the Iraq War disaster except that it was not the white guy George W. Bush's fault and like everything else they screwed up during their eight year reign of terror, they blame the black man in the White House.
O'Reilly: I Never Bought That Fox Is The Conservative Network
By: Steve - March 23, 2015 - 10:00am
Here is what the right-wing fool said:
So let me get this straight, Bill O'Reilly is saying he does not think Fox is conservative, which is just laughable, because everyone else on the planet does.
Now think about this: Just last week O'Reilly said that Fox was a counter to the liberal media, if it isn't conservative what does O'Reilly think the opposite of liberal is?
For O'Reilly to sit there on national television honestly trying to claim that most of the hosts on Fox News are not partisan is an absolute joke. I have watched thousands of hours of Fox News and I honestly can not think of more than once or twice when someone (who wasn't one of their token liberals) said something positive about President Obama.
Hell, most of the on-air personalities at Fox have based their careers over the last few years on slamming anything and everything Obama has done.
Just look at Steve Doocy, Elizabeth Hassleback, and Brain Kilmeade, they aren't republican?
Hannity isn't republican?
Bolling isn't republican?
Carlson ins't republican?
Tantaros isn't republican? Cavuto isn't republican?
Hemmer and Carlson aren't republican?
Bill O'Reilly isn't republican?
99% of his regulars and guests are not republican?
Four of the panel on The Five aren't republicans?
The Five is their big afternoon show, and 4 of the five are republicans, so it's a 4 against 1 every day, if that is not proof Fox is conservative what is?
There is not one liberal who has their own show on Fox, and I call for O'Reilly to show me one non republican show/program on the Fox News Channel. Just one. They are all republicans, some are just more moderate than others.
O'Reilly's attitude isn't anything I haven't seen numerous times. Conservatives have been so brainwashed by the conservative media into believing that they're the only beacon for truth and fairness that many Republican voters really believe Fox News is truly fair and balanced.
While, for those of us who aren't delusional, we all see Fox News for exactly what it is -- nothing but a network that's dedicated to pushing whatever right-wing propaganda the Republican party wants pushed that day.
And if you are going to say Shepard Smith and Greta Van Susteren are liberals, I am going to tell you to actually watch their shows, Greta is a republican, just not a far-right insane republican like Hannity or Bolling. Smith is more of a moderate and he is not very biased because he does not usually give his opinion, he mostly just reads the news, but I would bet the farm he votes republican.
What Billy is saying is this: "Yes, Fox is a conservative network. I just refuse to admit it."
And once again O'Reilly is a proven liar, he is delusional too.
Glenn Beck Finally Tells The Truth About Rove & The GOP
By: Steve - March 22, 2015 - 11:30am
For once, I agree with every word Glenn Beck is saying, here is the story:
After Beck said he was leaving the Republican party Karl Rove went on the O'Reilly Factor and basically said Beck is a nobody who quits the Republican party all the time and he does not care. So Beck had this to say about that.
Beck went on a lengthy Facebook tirade a few hours after Rove made those remarks. And by the looks of it, Rove's comments only confirmed for Beck every single problem he has with the Republican Party. Beck started out by saying, "You want to rumble Rove? Come on to my show and let's have it out. Bring it on."
Which is funny, it's the far-right loon slamming the less far-right loon, for not being far-right enough.
Beck then proceeded to explain to Rove how "progressive light" the GOP has become, ripping into him and the rest of the establishment Republicans for accomplishing practically none of the campaign promises many candidates ran on.
Yes, you got that right. Beck is slamming Rove and the GOP for being too liberal, even though they have moved as far-right as they have ever been, and block almost everything Obama wants to do. Which shows that Beck is insane, and Rove is just a little less insane.
Beck also mocked Rove for putting "strategy" ahead of principle and for wasting opportunities to implement true conservative policies under George W. Bush. He said this:
BECK: You guys have the spine of a worm, the ethics of whores, and the integrity of pirates. (My apologies to worms, whores and pirates)
He also said this:
BECK: It is sad that you can no longer hear the American People because they could save you. Instead you listen to your political consultants and the amazing thing is you still believe all of it.
Can you not smell what you are shoveling anymore?
The world has changed. The whole world is being redesigned. Not by government but by dreamers and doers.
You just continue to shine up the progressive agenda of people like Jeb, pressure, corrupt or threaten freshmen and smear the good people of this country who believe in the actual principles enshrined in the constitution.
And some conservatives agree with Beck.
"Glenn Beck's rant in response to Rove's criticism of him leaving the GOP was spot on," conservative activist and entertainer Lloyd Marcus, "the musical Paul Revere of the Tea Party movement," and chairman of the Conservative Campaign Committee tells Breitbart.
"Beck brilliantly and passionately chronicled the Republicans years of betraying conservative principles and values they promised voters they would champion. I found myself cheering Beck on. Like anyone who is really POed and on a roll in a rant, I kept wanting to add to Beck's list of the GOP stabbing us in the back," Marcus tells Breitbart.
"And another thing!" Marcus says he would have added to Beck's Saturday morning tirade.
"How about that dirty trick you scumbags pulled to defeat Tea Party Conservative Chris McDaniel in Mississippi; playing the race card!"
Note from Steve: Someone should tell O'Reilly that we have a Republican admitting Karl Rove plays the race card in elections, something O'Reilly said Rove never does, and when liberals complain he did it O'Reilly denied it and defended Rove.
"Despicable," Marcus said of the GOP establishment's conduct in that June 2014 Mississippi Senate primary runoff election that saw the well past his prime 77-year-old incumbent, Senator Thad Chochran (R-MS), defeat McDaniel.
"I'm with Glenn -- this is great entertainment, vintage stuff. As a longtime listener, I would love to hear less talk on the show about Armageddon and more about Karl Rove getting filthy rich on the backs of the Republican base who would be screwed if they voted for yet another Bush," New England talk radio king Howie Carr tells Breitbart.
"One point that Karl and his Rovians seem to miss this that Beck is vicariously speaking the thoughts of a very large number of people," Virginia Tea Party activist Mark Llloyd tells Breitbart.
"Conservative have a distinct understanding that in America the people do not elect leaders to tell us how to think and feel. We are perfectly capable of thinking and feeling on our own. Our founders gave us a Republic where we elect people to represent us in every office. When they cease to represent us we toss them out and find someone who will," Lloyd says.
"Karl Rove and his K Street cronies have ruined the Republican party," Drew Ryun of the Madison Project tells Breitbart.
"Rather than supporting candidates that run on principle and conservative policies, Rove has pushed for liberal Republicans that only care about power and appeasing the D.C. special interests," Ryun says.
Republican Rand Paul: Blame Bush For ISIS - Not Obama
By: Steve - March 22, 2015 - 11:00am
O'Reilly claims that only liberals blame Bush for ISIS, wrong!
From June of 2014 -- It's not something you hear from many (if any) of the top-tier potential GOP presidential candidates, but Rand Paul on Sunday said he doesn't think President Obama has made the U.S. less safe.
The 2003 invasion of Iraq is the root of the current chaos in the country, he said, so, as ISIS seizes cities and establishes strongholds across the country, he blames the Bush administration and its Republican supporters.
PAUL: "What's going on now I don't blame on President Obama," the Kentucky senator told NBC's David Gregory. "Has he really got the solution? Maybe there is no solution. But I do blame the Iraq war on the chaos that is in the Middle East."
Notice that Bill O'Reilly never has Rand Paul on the Factor to discuss his position that Bush is to blame, not Obama. Instead O'Reilly dishonestly reports that Obama is to blame, not Bush. While only having conservative guests on who agree with him, ignoring the conservatives like Rand Paul.
Paul also said that the invasion of Iraq emboldened Iran and again pointed the finger at his fellow Republicans. "These are the same people now who are petrified of what Iran may become," he said, arguing that the policies of the Bush administration made Iran the regional hegemon.
Republican Larry Wilkerson also said ISIS was created after Bush invaded Iraq, got rid of Saddam and disbanded the Iraqi army. O'Reilly also ignores all that and has not had Larry Wilkerson on his show to discuss it.
Because it disgrees with his right-wing propaganda that it was Obama's fault, even though it was Bush who wrongly invaded Iraq, and it was Bush who signed the SOFA agreement with Iraq that said we must have our troops out by a set date. O'Reilly ignores all that to blame Obama, which is ridiculous and is also more proof O'Reilly is a biased hack who lies all the time.
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