And it should scare everyone.
Daily Archives: October 19, 2009
Did anyone watch this online premiere last night? Well, I know that close to 10,000 people did. At this point, it will not be rebroadcast but the DVD’s are on sale at their website.
Hosted by Andrew Breitbart, it was a documentary that debunks Al Gore’s Inconvenient Truth about global warming. Oh, did I say that? I mean GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE because even those guys admit that the planet hasn’t been warming, after all.
One of the film-makers, Ann McElhinney, insisted that the green movement is a religion being taught in our schools. I think that is the best description of what the green movement/Marxists are doing.
You might have seen the film’s director/producer, Phelim McAleer’s exchange with Al Gore where his mic was cut off:
That’s what you get Phelim, for asking inconvenient questions.
The talk is now that Breitbart will be debuting a new website: BigEnvironment.com. I’ve not been able to find verification of that yet, however. I’ll guess we’ll have to just watch and see.
If you say, “Chairman Mao? Wasn’t he the wacko who offed 70 million Chinks?,” you’ll be hounded from public life for saying the word “Chinks.” But, if you commend the murderer of those 70 million as a role model in almost any schoolroom in the country from kindergarten to the Ivy League, it’s so entirely routine that only a crazy like Glenn Beck would be boorish enough to point it out.
[George Stephanopoulos asked,] “Are you worried that your strategy [of ignoring Fox] is fortifying your enemy?”
Axelrod dismissed Stephanopoulos’ concern.
“I’m not concerned, Mr. Murdoch has a talent for making money,” Axelrod said. “And I understand that their programming is geared toward making money.”
Wow. What a concept.
Hey, Rupert, what’s up with progamming that makes you – and your stockholders and your employees – money? You’d think you were living in capitalist America or something… well, you used to, at least and back then it was a good thing.
Republicans can take some lessons from these videos. She’s very forthright in her explanations about the campaign tactics they used, how they used them and why they worked. The Republican party doesn’t have much time to get up to speed.
Obama stayed away from the press and put his message out in measured ways on YouTube and his websites. That way his handlers were able to control the message. However, one distinct time that they failed to control the media and the candidate was this:
And when “spreading the wealth” caused him so many problems, he came back by denigrating Joe the Plumber:
But I’m wandering off topic now…
What I find also amazing in this is the admission that the media was duped by the campaign. Duped, used and manipulated. And still the MSM will be singing his praises. Those guys are just not bright enough to understand what she’s said about them.
Other media outlets should be afraid of this black-balling of Fox. On Sunday, several administration officials went out again and reiterated the Dunn line that Fox is not a credible news agency and even chastised the MSM for allowing Fox to set the news agenda. I guess that Rahm would have preferred that once Fox broke the ACORN story, no one else would pay attention to it. And maybe that was the veiled intention of his comment: “just because Fox says it’s news doesn’t mean the rest of you guys have to cover it, too.”