Monday, February 22, 2010

Andrew Breitbart on Rachel Maddow's gift to Conservatives and more...


Andrew tells it like it is in the video and he's on the cutting edge of exposing the leftwing (at his news blog) and holding their feet to the fire, (at BigHollywood.com)Watch for more Andrew making even more huge strides for Conservatism in the future......

40 comments:

John said...

Excellent. November is shaping up to be a bigger a blowout than '94 was.

Hope & Change is in the air. ;)

Chuck said...

To the fringe media - "we're coming to get you". He has really implanted himself in the discussion at C-PAC. Check out this video over at GM's blog.

http://www.gmsplace.com/?p=3846

This is exactly what the GOP needs to be doing. Stop sitting around and pissing their pants when they are attacked and hit back.

I think Breitbart will likely be a powerful force in this years election and very likely in the election of 2012

beamish said...

I've been a Breitbart fan since he popped up on my radar around 5 years ago.

He gets the idea of leaderless resistance and how Alinskyist political warfare is powerless to stop it.

Leftist Pee Wee Hermans can't freeze and polarize an artillery barrage.

Z said...

John, I hope so, and glad to see you.

Chuck, this IS exactly what the GOP needs to do and Andrew's the man because he's smart, an ex lib (knows their ropes) and DRIVEN to fix this country.

Beamish, I got to speak to him for about an hour at a function last year, he's a terrific guy on top of the great work he's doing. I've been a fan for a long time, too, and it's great to see he's getting the recognition and, most importantly, being effective. For Maddow to accuse him of paying millions to get the "pimp" to do ANYTHING like invade Landrieu's offices is laughable....but, you have to hand it to the left because the arrest of the 'pimp'(I can't think of his name...James O'Keefe, is it?) completely overshadowed the FACT that Landrieu wasn't taking any calls from constituents after the outrageous Louisiana Purchase....

Also, he runs the DRUDGE REPORT.

Anonymous said...

Very astute …

Semper Fi

Anonymous said...

For an excellent related issue, please see Sunsett's post today.

Mustang

Brooke said...

Breitbart is an excellent source for both news and opinion.

Anonymous said...

Z, this is super. I think I love Andrew Breitbart. From a distance of course! Ha, Ha.

You can catch him on Red Eye, from time to time too. He's doing yeoman's work.

Pris

Z said...

He sure is, Pris.
I'd love to see a debate between him and Maddow or Olbermann....DOA!!

The EYES and EARS of AMERICA said...

The Democrats won the presidency and such large majorities in Congress not because of a huge shift to the left among the American people, but a rejection of Republicans who had failed to live up to their conservative principles. The backlash against the Democrats’ trying to push through their out of the mainstream left-wing policies is really not surprising.

The Democrats should have nominated Hillary, and I hope they know that now. I hope they are being punished for the horribly sexist and ageist way she was treated in the primaries. Again, like her or not, she is a centrist with the backbone to govern. I think Hillary learned from her mistakes. I think that she was ready to push through a centrist health care plan that wouldn’t have overthrown the current system. Democrat does not mean leftist loon–there are a lot of Democrats who are not out to change the country into a socialist regime, but who recognize that the government does have a place is promoting the common welfare. Having affordable health care for all is no more socialist than having affordable education for all or affordable meat inspection for all. You don’t have to be a leftist to believe that government can work for the good in some cases. “Hope” and “change” are weasel words bearing no specific meaning, but perfect words for a charismatic who is bent on manipulating the masses. The Democrats easily got the votes of their base, picked up sufficient independents and won a substantial number of close races to close the deal. They did not run on the status quo, but neither did they not run on implementing the agenda America has seen since January 20, 2009. Now America has seen what “Hope” and “Change” are all about and you can look up the approval ratings for yourself. Suffice it to say, Obama, Reid and Pelosi have not built on the 2008 election sweep. They have all but squandered it. Figures don’t lie, but liars can figure. There have been how many filibusters since 2008? Better yet, how many cloture votes ending the filibuster have been taken? You will find a hard time getting beyond zero, let alone the fantastical numbers you have floated.

There is a massive difference between a filibuster and a threat to filibuster. Your team had (until Scott Brown) a filibuster-proof Senate. Arlen Specter handed you that. Remember? Not guts, no glory. You had the numbers to beat any filibuster, but more than a few Democrats would not go along. That is NOT a Republican leadership dirty trick, conniving parliamentary rule or even skillful leadership. That is rot in the timbers of your own house. Deal with it.

I would go on, but you have plenty enough to set me straight about already. I won’t go on, because you will run like a roach caught in the light over what I have already written and there is no reason to further waste my time.
Doesn't this guy get it??? We dpon't want medical reform at this time. JOBS!!!! THE ECONOMY!!!!! fix that first, then we can discuss healthcare reform. I'm working 2 jobs, barelly see my family since my wifes business tanked due to the economy. I want my wife and family back, fix the damn economy or get out of the way, resign, and let's get someone there who wants America on the right path. Wake up sir and start being presidential.

Obama loves : bowing , apologizing , and kissing dictators lower sections .

Obama loves Proressive Socialism and he wants to change reform remake transform reshape mold the United States of America into his Marxist State .

NOT IN OUR LIFETIME, Mr OBAMA

Anonymous said...

I tend to agree with the commenter above, but I think it is exceedingly stupid when individuals elect a communist (Obama) instead of the lesser of two evils (McCain). It may even cross the line of cutting off one’s nose to spite one’s face.

It is certainly true that the GOP is out of touch with their conservative base; it is true that GOP members of congress have become every bit as arrogant as the heathens on the other side of the aisle. We do need a purge … and nothing would make me happier than if every member of congress lost his or her job in the next two elections. Yet, we have not fixed anything until we begin selecting truly patriotic candidates, as opposed to those who are clearly opportunists of the worst order. This can only happen at the local and state level.

Sam

Anonymous said...

"I'd love to see a debate between him and Maddow or Olbermann....DOA!!


If only he did so well against maher and the supreme racist mouthpiece..."dr." dyson. He looked like he wanted to kick maher's ass up and down broadway....filthy punk that he is.

Z said...

Sam, I think you're right. Any Republican who voted for Obama to spite the Conservatives took a terrible gamble and lost...mostly importantly, our country lost bigger than it's probably EVER LOST.

Anonymous: I'm not sure if you're calling Breitbart a 'filthy punk' or Maher, but if you're calling Breitbart that, then call me that, too...because I'd love to kick Maher any day of the week.

Anonymous said...

"'m not sure if you're calling Breitbart a 'filthy punk' or Maher

I knew I should have refined that sentence! But...I thought that if I started off with Breitbart ( my first "he" and my subject...and I specified maher and dyson???? That one would see that maher being last...he'd be the 'punk' I was referring to! However, maybe my construction of that sentence wasn't the best! Anyone an English major out there?

JINGOIST said...

Well Scott Brown's a dud!

He just joined the Dems on their gd jobs bill! It's just another multi-billion dollar spending bill.

I guess he's starting to fit into Teddy's seat after all...

Z said...

Jingo, are you KIDDING? #(*&$#*(&#$

Anonymous...I get your English, but some of us here aren't so very grammatically careful in comments sections and I just wanted to make sure!..:-)
thanks for the clarification..I hate feeling like a filthy punk! Heh heh

JINGOIST said...

Z, not only did the pretty boy vote for it, but to add insult to injury, he gave Harry Reid the 60th vote!!!!!!! %$#@!*&%!!!

Remind me. What was he elected for?

Law and Order Teacher said...

Z,
I would like to say that I didn't trust the guy. He was not very good on a lot of issues so I wasn't on board. The only good thing was that he stuck to Obama. He's a liberal or else he couldn't have been elected in Mass. No loss.

Anonymous said...

Scott Brown is a DRUT spelled backwards.

Somehow, I sensed that even when everyone was panting with joy over his election.

Cosmo Nude Centerfold = NO CLASS!

I wonder how cheaply Reid bought him? What price has been paid?

How many ways can you spell ANUS?

DISGUSTING!

~ FreeThinke

Anonymous said...

Scott Brown is, as I said weeks ago, a McCain socialist.

Now some here have said, "Well, maybe ... but not as bad as Kennedy."

This is probably true ... but how bad does bad need to be? If this is the best we can do, we're sunk, folks.

Mustang out

Anonymous said...

I think perhaps since it's Massachussetts, Scott Brown is the best we could expect.

Jingo, five Reps. voted for this stimulus bill conveniently called a jobs bill.

Any one of them can be considered the 60th vote. The fact is they voted for it. Another fifteen billion down the drain.

Pris

Anonymous said...

I think Andrew ROCKS!!!!

HAM

Anonymous said...

Brown is what he is... a liberal RINO from a liberal state. Our focus must be to do everything we can to support the candidates who are fully vetted and hope for the best. I for one intend to pray about it... A LOT!!!!

HAM

Z said...

HAM..We do have to support fully vetted candidates but we may not find anybody who exactly fills every bill..lots of prayer going out for that, you're right.

Pris, that's the point about Brown; Obama lost in MA and that was enough for me. It was MA and we were lucky that we got anybody NOT liberal...

beamish said...

I wouldn't say we were lucky to get someone "not liberal" elected from Massachussetts. That's apparently not the case.

We are probably very lucky to get someone from Massachussetts that is "not gay" as that is the far more rare Massachussettan than the "not liberal" type.

Massachussetts is so gay it makes San Francisco look like Mayberry.

FJ said...

I disagree w/your assessment vis. Scott Brown.

Voting down a very modest $15B jobs bill would have been extremely bad politics. Yes I know there was a $85B bi-partisan behemoth bill and I know Harry tossed it, but the DNC would have killed the RNC with the issue, had the current much pared-down bill not passed.

And besides, this was mainly a highway bill that was un-pc.

Z said...

Beamish...I didn't realize MASS is even more than San Francisco??

FJ...what bugs me is now I hear Brown voted with Olympia Snow and the other RINO woman I can't remember...that kind of got me angry again because they seem to be so unprincipled as to vote Dem so often it looks like there's a reason other than the bill in question.

Re the highway moneys, who can complain, really.....the ONLY thing I didn't HATE about the supposed STIMULUS was talk about fixing our infrastructure with it, employing thousands, which we MUST do...so, if we had to go into hock to fulfill Obama's "kill America program", at least we'd have nice highways :-)

FJ said...

Actually... interstate commerce and highways are an actual federal responsibility... and America is sick of partisanship for its' own sake, at least when it comes to jobs.

Anonymous said...

There are plenty of Gay conservatives -- MUCH more than most of you would imagine.

Gay people may be "different," but most of them are not morons.

It's like the difference between decent black people and nîggers. The most undesirable elements of any group make the most noise and grab the headlines.

Z said...

FJ, if you want to argue with me on that, you'll have to change the subject.

"anonymous" (:-))...you, too.

Anonymous said...

What if it turned out that Breitbart was Gay?

Would you like and respect him any less?

It's unlikely that he is, but you really have no way of knowing for sure, even if he's married and has children.

The point is that his sexual behavior should be totally irrelevant when it comes to the quality of thought he represents.

When hypocrites tell the truth, it's still the truth.

Z said...

who are you addressing, Anon?
Of course we need Breitbart if he's gay or not.

FJ said...

Anon is obviously another progressive nutroots gay mafia racist pretending not to be what he is...

A very stupid racist bung hole muncher.

Z said...

Fj, tell me....would you be against all that Breitbart's doing if he WAS gay?

FJ said...

Nope. It wouldn't matter to me one bit, PROVIDED he didn't make a point of pronouncing upon the moral equivalence of bung hole munching at every turn like anon and the Knights of Spam-a-lot seem intent upon doing.

FJ said...

I personally find fecalphilia to be a reprehensible practice that should be discouraged for the sake of preserving the health and safety of minors. The disease vectors are just way too high.

Z said...

Anon was reacting to what he probably thought was a snarky comment about gays, FJ.

But, I do agree with you that we'd be much farther along if we stopped calling out everybody's sexuality and just lived our lives......as people.
Same as color and race, in my opinion. It's not US, is it....it's the left constantly qualifying...
sort of like what's happening with the census; we have to tell every little detail so they can run government programs aimed at gays, minorities, the poor, the Ukrainian, the shoplifter, the plumber, the early retirer, etc etc etc.

FJ said...

The Left is pure "divide and rule" on artificial issues THEY create... case in point, anon's use of the "N" word, above. Only Leftists use it, yet they constantly impersonate people on the right (by posting anonymously on sites like this) and bandy it about.

Case in point #2, sexuality - Don't ask, don't tell. It's as simple as that. But no, they've got to create a bunch of "special rights" for sexual deviants. People on the right DON'T bring it up.

Z said...

FJ, I'm 99% sure ANONYMOUS is a gay male very conservative acquaintance of mine....but you're right that what you explained DOES happen frequently.

As far as we on the Right "don't bring it up", I couldn't agree with you more. It's only the left which constantly divides by using hyphens and qualifiers, etc etc.....Well, how do they get special projects and earmarks and grant-producing projects without constantly reminding us that some people need more help than others?
stupid, and many Americans have fallen for it.

There's an email going around to my fellow Armenian pals about the census..."make sure you write ARMENIAN where it says RACE." WHAT? ARmenians are WHITE.....
Also, they say make sure you say you're Armenian because of 'special interests'...that being the definition of "MORE WELFARE"...this, to a group of peoples who NEVER would stoop to welfare even when they first arrived at the turn of the last century....they prided themselves on succeeding on their own...but now the Russian Armenians are coming in droves and have welfare office phone numbers OUR PEOPLE have given them ....it makes me SICK. (Come to think of it, how many of these emails are going around to OTHER ethnicities?)

Ya, quantifying has something for EVERYBODY! ptui

Anonymous said...

Every group of people have individuals that will make them look like idiots. Feminists tend to make women look like demasculating hypocrites and fools. Anon is correct to say that it is usually a small number who are good at grabbing attention in the media.

Anyone who judges a man by the "group affiliation" really misses the opportunity to use their brain to access the situation. I try to look at the individual, not the group they are associated with.

HAM