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Entries in leftwing propaganda (7)


Leftwing targets Cain, Perry: Sex, lies and no videotape

As the video shows, Obama has often joked about his birth certificate as he did during the White House Correspondents' Dinner in 2010. Obama was received with raucous applause and enthusiasm by the press, most of whose members actively lobbied to get him elected.

A story brewing about Herman Cain and another story about Texas Gov. Rick Perry have nothing to do with each other except for the fact both stories continue a longstanding tradition by Democrat-allied media.

I keep telling conservatives we’re not only battling the leftwing, we’re battling a powerful media machine that has run interference for Democrats all my life.

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Blogger Klein in for big surprise on “confusing” Constitution

Just when I thought progressives couldn’t get any zanier, politics blogger Ezra Klein went on MSNBC and set a new record. The program host talked about Republicans reading the US Constitution aloud when Congress convenes in January. This would be the first time that’s ever been done. The host had introduced Klein as one of “our favorite wonks.” Breitbart TV featured a video of the interview, tagging Klein as a "star blogger." Star bloggers are a dime a dozen these days, but most of them make a lot more sense than Klein.

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Issa cites Justice blogger, healthcare ads in propaganda report 

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) has issued a report about President Barack Obama’s use of propaganda to sell Americans on his policies like healthcare, education and (oddly) Justice Dept. matters. Issa is the ranking member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.

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NBC’s Chuck Todd says Journolist ‘kept me up nights’

Most national branded media haven’t been enthusiastic about jumping on the Journolist story The Daily Caller broke. Hundreds of leftwing journalists belonged to the listserv founded by a 22 year old named Ezra Klein.

Roger Simon wrote an essay about the Journolist, and he includes remarks from NBC’s Chuck Todd who is technically NBC’s White House correspondent. Todd told Simon that Journolist was “offensive” and he said the list had “kept me up nights.” Because, you know, he tries to be “fair.”

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Chris Matthews gets busted on 'regime'

by Kay B. Day

The left of late has taken to having fits over Rush Limbaugh using the term ‘regime’ to describe the current Democrat-controlled Congress and President Barack Obama. No one does indignation better than leftwingers who conveniently forget at least 50 percent of American history anytime they open their mouths about politics.

      Chris Matthews—failed Primary candidate for the House of Representatives, speechwriter to Jimmy Carter, aid to top leftwinger House Speaker Tip O’Neill and one-time worker for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee—told his audience using a word like ‘regime’ to describe current Democrat powers “rejects our right to debate politics.”

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Even comic books are demonizing Tea Party people

Commentary by Kay B. Day

Washington Tea Party, 2009.Leftwingers are obsessed with deriding the Tea Party people. Demonization of anyone who protests big government is in vogue among the political class who refer to themselves as ‘progressives’ but should instead call themselves what they really are—retrogressives (retrogs for short).

And now even Marvel Comics has taken a swipe at the political grassroots movement to lower taxes and reduce the size of government, inserting a tea bag reference in a recent Captain America storyline.

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SPLC intel report casts wide net for ‘extremists’

Even tax protesters are classified as 'radical right', possibly 'coalescing' with hate groups, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Obviously leftwing groups like the SPLC have a paranoid approach to Main Street. All the tea party protests were non-violent except for the occasion when a leftwing union activist allegedly physically injured a tea party participant.A politically-skewed activist organization has warned law enforcement officials nationwide of the threat posed by the so-called “Patriot movement.” The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)'s Fall, 2009, issue of the “Intelligence Report”  expands those designated as extremists, with alarmist language artificially combining a disparate group. The report said, “Militiamen, white supremacists, anti-Semites, nativists, tax protesters and a range of other activists of the radical right are cross-pollinating and may even be coalescing.” On the SPLC website, one report claims, "anti-government rhetoric spills into the Mainstream," listing conservative celebrities like Sean Hannity and Red State's Erick Erickson as purveyors of "white-hot antigovernment rhetoric." Where did SPLC get the data for that assumption? None other than the leftwingers at Media Matters, where bloggers dismiss every major study on media bias and claim the media favors the right.

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