Here’s today’s opening act:


And the featured performer:


Funny guy, that Obama.

By the way, Joe Biden was asked about this, and according to Plugs, Iftar was a very under-rated film.


25 Responses to “Dueling Headlines, Religious Freedom Edition”

  1. backwoodsconsr on August 13th, 2012 12:23 pm

    Biden also pointed out that the administration is firmly in favor of man dates, and that he believes men should date each other before deciding to enter into man marriage.

  2. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 12:46 pm

    In another example of dueling headlines (the Sunday News Show edition):

    Both From Face the Nation:

    Stephanie Cutter: "It would be the end of Medicare as we know it," (speaking of the Ryan plan)

    Stephanie Cutter: "On top of the savings we’ve already achieved. You know I heard Mitt Romney deride the $700 billion cuts in Medicare that the president achieved through health care reform,"

  3. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 12:47 pm

    I heard that Biden said that Man dates and Man Marriage were a great way to ensure that there was no more unwanted pregnancies.

  4. jeffythequick on August 13th, 2012 1:46 pm

    Cutter? I don't even know her!

  5. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 1:52 pm

    She is the smug looking blonde that is on Obama's campaign. She is the one in this Crossroads ad:

  6. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 1:57 pm

    Dueling headlines are funny…..selective editing is not:

    For some reason '60 Minutes' sent out a transcript of the Romney-Ryan interview but decided not to air the portion where Paul Ryan tells Bob Schieffer his mother is a "Medicare senior in Florida." Don't you think this is an important piece of information considering the Democrat Party's central line of attack against Ryan is that he "ends Medicare as we know it?"

    BOB SCHIEFFER: You're going to have to see– you're going to have to do a little selling.

    PAUL RYAN: My mom is a Medicare senior in Florida. Our point is we need to preserve their benefits, because government made promises to them that they've organized their retirements around. In order to make sure we can do that, you must reform it for those of us who are younger. And we think these reforms are good reforms, that have bipartisan origins. They started from the Clinton commission in the late '90s.

  7. jeffythequick on August 13th, 2012 3:15 pm

    Bob Scheiffer lying?

    I'm shocked! Shocked that there is lying going on in my establishment! – Les Moonves (or whatever the head CBS guy's name is)

  8. jeffythequick on August 13th, 2012 3:17 pm

    Not always…

    Interesting… s/he lives in Bend, Ore (say it out loud, folks, as written…)

  9. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 3:23 pm

    BOHICA ?

  10. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 3:30 pm

    Heh heh, another Frisbee flight !

    Jeffy didn`t "cut her", he doesn`t even know her !

    Don`t worry TS, it happens to me too, too often for comfort ! ;-)

  11. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 3:40 pm

    There is shocking shock abounding !

  12. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 3:47 pm I am really more asleep than I thought today….that one flew right over my head.

  13. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 3:48 pm

    I jsut saw this dueling headline story over at the Weekly Standard:

    At 11:51, in a story titled, "Paul Ryan pick is less popular than Palin, Cheney selections, poll shows," the Washington Post reported:

    Rep. Paul Ryan starts his vice presidential campaign in not-so-great territory, with Americans rating his selection more unfavorably than any pick since at least 2000, according to a new poll.

    Nine minutes later, in story titled, "Positive views of Ryan jump higher after pick," the Washington Post reported:

    Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan — the freshly minted Republican vice presidential candidate — got an immediate ratings boost in the wake of his selection as Mitt Romney’s running-mate, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

    Hmm. Seems a bit contradictory.

  14. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 4:03 pm

    If the news readers would pre-read before they go on air or into print and then read, they just might catch some of these glaring contradictions !

    Would that rate as above or below their pay-grade ?

  15. Truesoldier__ on August 13th, 2012 4:09 pm

    Considering how some news organizations have admitted to allowing the Obama Campaign to weild a veto power over the editing of stories it may just be above their pay grade.

  16. archer on August 13th, 2012 4:53 pm

    Talking to the islamites Zero said,

    “…every American has the right to practice their faith BOTH OPENLY AND FREELY, AND AS THEY CHOOSE.


    So what does that say to an islamite man sitting there listening and to others reading his speach but that the islamite’s misogynistic teachings of the treating of the women, beating of my wife at my whim, and the murder of a child whom I decide has brought “shame” and/or a “dishonor” to my family or to islamite beliefs, as I see them, is acceptable to Zero and America …and it can, “BE DONE OPENLY AND FREELY AS WE CHOOSE” as part of our religion and, “THAT IS NOT JUST AN AMERICAN RIGHT; IT IS A UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHT.”

    And the islamite’s practice of man-boy pedophilia deemed OK before and after marriage as not being sexual immorality and man-girl pedophilia under the guise of marriage to be accepted as well because its part of our religion.

    Therefore, it is held up as a “UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHT” for all men everywhere around the world which America is prepared to defend, “…HERE AT HOME AND AROUND THE WORLD.”

    Or, did I misunderstand it?

    Raise your hand if you really believe this guy is a Christian.

  17. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 8:18 pm

    No, I think you "understand" just fine; you, like me, can`t see the sense in it, can`t get past the deep rooted evil in it !

    (hands in pockets) Zero gets it wrong every time he tries to articulate Christian beliefs, but impresses muslims with his ability to recite islamic phrases "with perfect accent". He also said early in his admin., "If it comes down to it, we will come down on the side of muslims" (close to a direct quote). He claims to be pro-Israeli, but "when it comes down to it", he supports the palestinians and their claims that it is the Israelis who are the terrorists and must give up land according to the 1967 treaty (which btw gives astounding advantages to the palestinians).

    To be honest, I don`t think Obama is muslim OR Christian; not really. I think he prefers the teachings of islam, but when it comes down to it for himself, there`s just no room in his life, head or heart for another god but himself. He IS after all a malignant narcissist !

  18. backwoodsconsr on August 13th, 2012 8:32 pm

    I think you nailed it. He's not devoutly anything, but leans toward the Muslim religion he grew up with. Considering all the trouble and bloodshed that has been done in the name of that religion, his leaning toward it alone is enough to indicate how poor his judgment is. Throw in his economic philosophy too and it becomes obvious how gullible his minions are in believing he knows what he's doing.

  19. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 8:44 pm

    For us, believing in all this marxist-sew-shall-ist BS is loony to the extreme, so we tend to think of Zero and his ilk as stupid. Actually, he DOES know what he`s doing; it`s just that a whole lot of lying (to us and to himself) has to be done in the process; and fewer & fewer people are buying what he`s selling !

  20. ChapBix on August 13th, 2012 9:15 pm

    Without saying it, they did a quick poll of everyone in the WH campaign war room. You haven't forgotten the WH campaign war room, have you?

  21. ChapBix on August 13th, 2012 9:21 pm

    About as close to an endorsement of Shariah law as it can be. In which state has Shariah law been passed by that state's legislature? Obama took oath to defend and uphold the U.S. constitution and laws. We've seen that he has not done that. Will he now defend and uphold Shariah law rather than our laws?

  22. ChapBix on August 13th, 2012 9:23 pm

    Manure is useful in a garden and on fields. Apart from that, not so much.

  23. jeffythequick on August 13th, 2012 10:54 pm

    I was busy at work today and didn't get a chance to join in the fray…

    But it was nice to see the SPG 'splain it, especially after I missed the Jack Nicholson one a couple of days ago…

  24. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 11:39 pm

    Well, FWIW, I missed that`n too ! You`re welcome, btw.

  25. SignPainterGuy on August 13th, 2012 11:46 pm

    Obama flubbed the swearing in twice, once in public, again inside in an office. Was it fear of a lightning strike ? Was his hand burning ? Or did he simply prefer a koran ?

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