Archive for birther

Biggest Gaffe Ever At MSNBC?


Lindsay Lohan

In the words of of Belle Carroca (Lanie Kazan) in the film classic, My Favorite Year, "This I did not even know."

And I'm willing to bet, MSNBC didn't know it either.

Joy Reid needed smelling salts after collapsing on stage hearing this. Reports are that she's fully recovered and won't miss any additional work at MSNBC.

MSNBC Fact checkers? Can you please clean up the mess in front of the White House lawn. Her name is Chris Jansing and she needs some schooling. Oh, and a washcloth to remove the egg from her face.

It seems the mush-headed thinking reporter, Jansing (who must have taken too much of her medication before going on air) claims she was talking about the President's father, not the President.

But if you hear her go on, she's absolutely talking about the President as she refers to his election and his expectations he'd do great things for Africa after his election sure make this reporter look awfully unprepared and quite ignorant.

The President's Kenyan father was never elected to anything as far as anyone fact checking can find. Quite a gaffe from a woman who will most certainly be the laughing stock of MSNBC for years to come. Her next assignment will probably be getting someone coffee at the news outlet, not reporting from the White House.


Video- On CNN, Ann Coulter Defends Rafael Cruz's "Send Him Back To Kenya" Comments


What a classy gal. Via MM.


Audio- Ted Cruz's Dad Suggests Obama Is A Muslim


Man, this dud does not deserve a platform. If I wanted to hear this shit, I'd just go hang out on Calle Ocho and lose at dominoes. Something about the acorn and tree. Via.


Michael Steele Yourself Away



Michael Steele isn't one of my favorites, but when he hits it out of the park, he deserves the "Back,back, back... it's gone!" shout. Good for you, Michael. Now what are you going to do about it?

He's rightfully riled because Rep. Blake Farenthold, a Texas Republican, told a town hall filled with constituents that he could have the votes to impeach the president “tomorrow” in the House, but it would die in the Senate.

It's nice to see Steele, the usually biased but level headed former RNC chairman put partisanship away and face reality. When he isn't playing a Republican on TV, he's just a regular guy and he's not only quite likable but also very intelligent. And he can be a pleasure sometimes to listen to.

That makes him a minority (in more than one way) in his party. And with his eyes on an elected office from Maryland, it'll be interesting to see if he uses his pulpit for more than just talk. Let's see if he gets through to his party better than his heir, Reince Priebus.