Well, probably not. I could find much better uses/causes for that money. But it would be mighty tempting considering his latest stupid stunt, as noted below.
Hey, Savage – how about letting, you know, primary voters decide whether Newt should be allowed to continue on and challenge President Obama in the general election next year, moron?
The Savage bribe
Newt won’t take him up on this, of course, but the audacity of this clown to think he knows what’s in the best interests of primary voters by thinking the best way to decide who the candidate WON’T be is by trying to personally buy him off is disgusting.
As the old saying goes, you are entitled to your own opinion but you are not entitled to your own facts, Ms. Wasserman Schultz. Steve Goldstein at WSJ’s MarketWatch blog explains:
A charitable defense may be that she was initially reacting to the word “precipitously.” But she later in the interview flat out denied that the unemployment rate rose during the Obama administration, which it has.
Approximately two million fewer jobs exist in America today than when President Obama took office, even as millions of discouraged worker have abandoned the labor force. This sobering phenomenon is what accounted for much of the illusory drop in the November unemployment rate; nearly three times as many people fled the workforce as added jobs last month. Righty Jim Pethokoukis from AEI andWaPo LeftyEzra Klein agree: If the labor force had simply remained static since January 2009, the current unemployment rate would be 11 percent.
The Democrats are going to continue to try and peddle to the American people a whole bunch of lies and “half-truths” in order to try and get their celebrity “leader” Barack Obama re-elected, and while they’ll get away with some of those lies due in part to not only the complexity of certain issues but also thanks to a willingly complicit mainstream media, this is one that won’t hold water even to those who don’t pay that much attention to current events. And because we know Democrats will say whatever it takes to maintain their hold of the White House, let’s hope that Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz will keep on spouting out false facts and figures that are just as easy to see through by the Average Joe as this one was.
I don’t know about you, but, when I hear someone say they are outraged by something, or that something is “outrageous,” it sounds odd to me. Seemingly quaint and a bit archaic, even Victorian, it brings to mind images of a stuffy old fuddy-duddy harrumphing over skirts that go above the ankle.
In other words, outrage is out of date. Obsolete.
In this episode of Afterburner, Bill Whittle disagrees and looks three recent incidents that should educe outrage in any sensible and decent person, why that’s a good thing, and how that sense of outrage is actually what’s needed these days:
As Bill says, Election Day 2012 will be an excellent time to make our outrage known.