Your morning jolt: Fox News is biased – against me, says Newt Gingrich

We’ve new evidence that Newt Gingrich may not be interested in returning to Fox News as a contributor once his presidential campaign is done.

Real Clear Politics snared this quote from Gingrich during a meeting with 18 tea party leaders in Dover, Del., on Wednesday:

“I think FOX has been for Romney all the way through,” Gingrich said during the private meeting…at Wesley College. “In our experience, Callista and I both believe CNN is less biased than FOX this year. We are more likely to get neutral coverage out of CNN than we are of FOX, and we’re more likely to get distortion out of FOX. That’s just a fact.”

Gingrich also had this assessment of his party’s reaction to the tea party movement:

“The Republican Party is a managerial party that doesn’t like to fight, doesn’t like to read books,” he said. “This is why the Tea Party was so horrifying. Tea Partiers were actually learning about the Declaration of Independence. They wanted to talk about the Federalist Papers. It was weird. They could be golfing.”

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On CNN last night, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen dug a hole for her presidential candidate by declaring that Ann Romney had “actually never worked a day in her life.” The video:

The Twitter disavowals from the Barack Obama campaign came hard and fast, also according to CNN:

“Also Disappointed in Hilary Rosen’s comments about Ann Romney,” David Axelrod wrote. “They were inappropriate and offensive.”

Obama deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter posted, “Families must be off limits on campaigns, and I personally believe stay at home moms work harder than most of us do.”

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A poll out this morning by the Washington Post and ABC News finds that “a majority of Republicans say for the first time that the war in Afghanistan has not been worth fighting.” Which could make it hard for Mitt Romney to effectively criticize President Barack Obama on the foreign policy front.

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Kerwin Swint, the political science guru at Kennesaw State University, has a post questioning whether U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida is the proper running mate for Mitt Romney:

”Is he really ready to be president on day one? His back story of his family’s flight from Cuba has also come under scrutiny. Would he really improve Romney’s appeal to Latino voters in New Mexico, Colorado, and Nevada – other crucial swing states? And his charisma could also be a problem. No candidate for president wants to be overshadowed by his VP.

If Romney makes his VP call based on winning a swing state, and that’s still a big if, there’s a better option: Senator Rob Portman of Ohio. Yes, Portman’s a safe choice. He’s dull. But he’s very popular in Ohio and would likely deliver that state to Romney. Republicans don’t win the White House without carrying Ohio.”

On his Crystal Ball website, Larry Sabato, too, rates Portman above Rubio.

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In Augusta, U.S. Rep. John Barrow walked WRDW-TV through his new residence – required after Republicans in Atlanta drew him out of his Savannah residence last summer. Click here to watch.

From Barrow, on his status as the last white Deep South Democrat in the U.S. House:

“I’m the last one serving in the House of Representatives for the time being,” Barrow said. “I’m convinced that’s only a temporary state of affairs. The progress of events in this part of the country is such that it is becoming increasingly difficult to draw the district lines so that only one side can win elections.”

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Earlier this week, Attorney General Sam Olens warned a crowd in Augusta that Republicans should be ready with a substitute for President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, should the U.S. Supreme Court strike it down this summer.

On Wednesday in Marietta, U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss said much the same thing – a sign that the something may be in the works. Or should be. From the Marietta Daily Journal:

“For Republicans to go on the campaign trail and say, ‘By golly, we’ve got to repeal Obamacare and move on,’ it’s not right because we’ve got issues in our health care system in this country today,” Chambliss said…

“And we’ve got to figure out a way to get our arms around it, and Republicans have got to be responsible enough to say, ‘OK, we want to repeal Obamacare, but here’s the direction which we need to go,’” he said.

- By Jim Galloway, Political Insider

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78 comments Add your comment

Aaron Burr V Mexico

April 12th, 2012
10:27 am

@Saxby Chicken – Good luck with that. Maybe you can pay for health care by having Kill the Veteran Parties, where you hand out guns with ammo sold by raffle ticket where you line up veterans and kill them in a turkey shoot.

td

April 12th, 2012
10:39 am

Dead gum Jim,

What is your problem with Newt? Did he make you look like a fool at one time or something? Has it been more then 3 days gone by in the past 6 months that you have not pulled out your poison pen and wrote a negative article.

Aaron Burr V Mexico

April 12th, 2012
10:41 am

@Table, Diningroom – The guy LEFT. HIS. WIFE. WHEN. SHE. HAD. CANCER.

The question is not why Jim might have an issue with Newt, but why you DON’T?

thebob.bob

April 12th, 2012
10:41 am

Newt just figured out that FOX news is the propaganda arm of Republicorp? For a guy who claims to be so smart … that’s incredible. The International Crime syndicate run by the Murdoch family (eavesdropping, paying off police, etc.) has been working to support the Republican Party for years. The Republican Powers chose Mitt Romney as their candidate years ago and would brook no interference. Gingrich and Santorum were interference, Watch now as Fox ignores the Tea Party, the Evangelicals and the Libertarians as it re-packages Romney for mainstream consumption.

Fox, no news there!

td

April 12th, 2012
10:52 am

Aaron Burr V Mexico

April 12th, 2012
10:41 am

And how many woman did Clinton sexually harass, rape and had affairs with? Did it effect his ability to run the country? I commies can not have it both ways. It either effected Clinton and he should not have been President or there is no effect and Newt marriage problems should be left out of the debate.

jconservative

April 12th, 2012
10:56 am

The negative articles on Newt were all created by Newt doing negative things. The man is intellectually incapable of staying on message in a campaign.

And Newt was correct, in my opinion, of his assessment that Fox was negative toward his candidacy.

But it is what it is, Newt will continue his “campaign” all the way to Tampa where his name will not be placed into nomination. The convention rule today is that one must have won 5 states to have his name placed into nomination.

Aaron Burr V Mexico

April 12th, 2012
10:57 am

@Table, Diningroom – Probably a lot, none, Probably a lot.

Yes, sexual harassment is bad. And I do mock Willy for not keeping it in his pants. All the time. Especially after he LIED about it.

But the fact that you equate an affair to LEAVING. YOUR. WIFE. WHILE. SHE. HAS. CANCER pretty much says all anyone (especially moderate cows) needs to know about the Republican party.

Yes. Both sides are bad.

Both sides are not equally bad, and only a…well, only a Special Sun King Snowflake Whole Likes to Be The Center of All Things, would think otherwise.

Ray Brent Marsh

April 12th, 2012
11:13 am

Newt Gingrich is possibly the most hypocritical person in the entire United States. Unlike Clinton, he doesn’t have any redeeming qualities as far as I can see–he’s the total package as far as repulsiveness is concerned, in the same category with Dick Cheney. His extramarital affairs are just one of several reasons to call him out–he also fully deserves public ridicule and shaming for his lack of military experience (you fascists can’t have it both ways, after all), his shambolic pretentions to intellectualism and being an “ideas man,” his utter lack of supprt from any of the people who ever worked with him, his grotesque physical appearance… the list goes on…

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
11:15 am

Can’t wait to hear Republican healthcare proposal that pays more than lip service to goal of affordable quality healthcare for all Americans.

Don't Tread

April 12th, 2012
11:16 am

“Republicans should be ready with a substitute for President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul”

How about a Constitutionally sound substitute, not just “a substitute”. But you can bet that Obama will veto it, if such a substitute were proposed.

td

April 12th, 2012
11:21 am

Ray Brent Marsh

April 12th, 2012
11:13 am

Newt Gingrich is possibly the most hypocritical person in the entire United States.

And yet Bill Clinton was able to work with him to balance the budget and end the Welfare entitlement program while at the same time Obama can not get anything accomplished with a crybaby. What does that tell you about Obama’s leadership ability?

td

April 12th, 2012
11:23 am

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
11:15 am

There is no such thing as affordable, quality health care for ALL Americans. The country does not have enough money for such a system.

Ray Brent Marsh

April 12th, 2012
11:24 am

TD

Clinton did not inherit the worst economy in a century and two wars started by the destructive man-child who occupied the oval office before Obama. Bush inherited an enormous surplus from Clinton, which he had completely squandered by the end of his terms. What does that tell you about Republican values, leadership ability, competence, etc.

Romegaguy

April 12th, 2012
11:28 am

Damn liberal media… Right Newt?

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td

April 12th, 2012
11:30 am

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
11:15 am

There is no such thing as affordable, quality health care for ALL Americans. The country does not have enough money for such a system.

Allow me to add: Unless you are ready to legislate the behavior of all Americans. You would have to outlaw drugs, tobacco, alcohol. and obesity. You would then need to force all American to exercise daily and cut meat consumption down to 2 to 3 days per week. Salt would have to go. After all of these are done the country then would have to cut out risky behavior such as homosexual activities, fornication with multiple partners and teen sex would need to be outlawed.

If the nation is willing to take the above steps then the cost of healthcare would decrease drastically and could be affordable of all Americans.

td

April 12th, 2012
11:32 am

Ray Brent Marsh

April 12th, 2012
11:24 am

I was comparing Clinton leadership ability to Obama’s. I did not say a word about GWB. Why do you want to deflect and not answer the question I posed?

No Teabagging

April 12th, 2012
11:32 am

Poor Newt, Boo Hoo! Of course ‘Faux’ News is biased. It isn’t news FOOL! it is a bunch of biased talking heads leading their own agendas. There is no more real news. Journalism is dead, it’s all copy and paste. Reporters can’t even ask a question of real interest. They just ask stupid tabloid questions. Politicians love it because it keeps them from answering real questions about real issues and giving the voters real ideas about leadership.

honested

April 12th, 2012
11:40 am

Noots,

While you are correct in coming to grips with the fact that faux is about as far from news and journalism than chicken poop is from chicken salad, don’t take it personal.
See, it isn’t just faux that realizes what a terrible President you would make, it’s AMERICA!

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
11:41 am

td, so the answer is: there will be no Republican proposal for quality affordable healthcare for all Americans? I wonder how all those other Western industrialized democratic countries are able to do it without all the problems you list?

td

April 12th, 2012
11:48 am

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
11:41 am

It is called socialized medicine and can you tell me how it fits your criteria of being “quality and affordable” while the rich in those countries always come to America to get better care if there is a serious problem?

Again, the goal you are setting was not done in Obamacare and will not be done with any other HC proposal without making drastic changes to citizens behavior and lowering the risk of the HC pool.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

April 12th, 2012
11:53 am

Newt Gingrich doesn’t get it. My family attended a Tea Party rally at Washington and Courtland streets a couple of years ago. We came away with the impression that these honorable Americans were preparing themselves for the fight of the century. They are preparing to restore the American View of the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence on the government of the people, by the people, for the people.

I had the pleasure of meeting the Stewart family and we talked about reacquainting ourselves with “The American View” of the Constitution and how it and the Federalist Papers are inseparable, iotconline.com. Mr. Stewart looked me in the eyes and said if Americans had not been taking too much leisure time, they would not be tasked with replacing the alien version of the Constitution that’s visited upon us today…

I don’t understand why Newt Gingrich thinks that the conversation I had with Mr. Stewart which is similar to the one he had with tea partiers is weird. It wasn’t strange to me.

Amen?

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
12:14 pm

td, some systems are socialized; some are hybrid; but all seem to work pretty well providing quality affordable healthcare to their citizens. It is affordable to both their citizens who generally seem to like their different models and in dramatically lower societal costs than our current system. It seems to be quality in that the health statistics for all of these countries show their citizens are much healthier than Americans. I guess it might propose a marginal problem for the 1% (we know with whom your sympathies lie) but something tells me they will always be able to buy what they want. As to Obamacare, I agree that it does not cover all Americans but simply represents a pragmatic approach by providing healthcare for about 33 million additional Americans. It can be improved upon and with pragmatism (the main “ism” of America) it will be. Perhaps, ending up more like Romneycare where 98% of Massachusetts receive healthcare with about a 75% citizen approval rate of the program?

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:17 pm

td,

To get a better idea of what is important in ‘warped world, tell me:
Are we more concerned about taking care of the sick in the United States?

Or are we more concerned with clinging to the failed concepts invented by the insurance industry such as ‘quality of the pool’?

The ‘pool’ is what it is. The mistake was allowing an ‘industry’ intent on dividing, conquering and in the process pilfering the American Pocket to get between a patient and a doctor.

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:19 pm

yzeyrbrane

There is the crux.
None of the other systems scrape 40% off the top to cover the ‘overhead’ of those who would prefer to keep 100%!

Ben

April 12th, 2012
12:24 pm

He has some interesting ideas but his time has come and gone. I don’t care for Romney but it looks like he’s the man and it’s going to be a tough fight against the current President. I don’t get the same feeling that was present when Reagan went against Carter. Reagan had an optimism that rubbed off on everybody regardless of party(Reagan Democrats). Neither of the candidates from either big party inspires that kind of confidence today. It’s an oppressive pessimism waiting for the end to come. I hope it’s not too late by then.

td

April 12th, 2012
12:26 pm

yuzeyurbrane

April 12th, 2012
12:14 pm

You need to do a little more research my friend into how they control cost in those countries. Less qualified Dr’s, longer waits to see a Dr and bureaucratic decisions made on procedures. Example: If you are over the age of 60 and are in pain from having bone to bone rubbing of the knees then our solution is knee replacement surgery and most of those countries solution is pain management. Are you ok with decision like this being made for you?

That 1% argument is not valid because they can afford and will get the best care money can afford no matter what type of system we have,

If the people of a state wants to institute similar systems to MA then that is fine and is very much Constitutional. The Federal government doing the same is unconstitutional as the SCOTUS will soon make apparent. If you want to live in a state like MA then by all means it is your right to move there or to whatever state works closer with your core set of values.

td

April 12th, 2012
12:28 pm

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:19 pm

yzeyrbrane

There is the crux.
None of the other systems scrape 40% off the top to cover the ‘overhead’ of those who would prefer to keep 100%!

What are the individual tax rates in some of those countries? Someone has to pay for the HC.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

April 12th, 2012
12:32 pm

When I read Your Morning Jolt: Fox News is biased – against me. I thought the war was on. But it was clarified with, said Newt Gingrich. Now If I were a “hell raiser” like the integrationist radio host at 1380 waok radio, I would address Fox News being bias against Jim Galloway and his comment about Mike Wallace i.e. At the time, when conservatives complained about the liberal, mainstream media, “60 Minutes” and Wallace were what many had in mind.

But Wallace was anything but a traditional liberal – a fact that he only rarely let show. He did so in Ann Arbor. “Abortion, simply put, is murder,” Wallace said during that session.

Last night Fox News and their humble correspondent, Bill O’Reilly, did a piece on Mike Wallace which contradicted Jim Galloway’s comments etc. I’m not a perverted integrationist like the African Americans on 1380 waok radio. I prefer allowing hell to rest..

Amen?

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:36 pm

td,

Where in the Constitution is the ‘guarantee of artificially low taxes’ to the detriment of everything else?

td

April 12th, 2012
12:38 pm

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:17 pm

I am more concerned with people taking care of themselves then the government taking care of them. I pay for my insurance, co pays, medicine ect why can everyone else not do the same. I live in a smaller house then the bankers say I could afford. I drive an older car with many miles on it instead of having a car note, I only have basic cable and no texting ability on my cell phone. When are others going to take the same responsibility? Why should it be my responsibility to take care of people that want to participate in risky behavior?

Do not get me wrong, I think it is our duty to take care of those that truly can not take care of themselves (the truly disabled) and we have an obligation to take of the men and women that put their lives on the line to keep us safe. I do not feel sorry or think it is my responsibility to take care of anyone that abled bodied and are unwilling to make sacrifices or refuse to take care of themselves.

Real American

April 12th, 2012
12:40 pm

td is exactly the type of self-suffering idiot the GOP leadership loves. LMAO

td

April 12th, 2012
12:41 pm

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:36 pm

td,

Where in the Constitution is the ‘guarantee of artificially low taxes’ to the detriment of everything else?

Your opinion. Show me where in the Constitution that Federal government can tax the individual? How much of our GDP should go to the government? Why is it the governments responsibility to take care of people that do not want to take responsibility for their own lives?

Keep doing this GOP

April 12th, 2012
12:43 pm

Less qualified Dr’s, longer waits to see a Dr and bureaucratic decisions made on procedures.

And yet , people in those countries live on average five years longer than people in the U.S. do.

And no one in this country is taking medical vacations are they? ummm….. yes they are.

td

April 12th, 2012
12:43 pm

Real American

April 12th, 2012
12:40 pm

I will ask you the same questions. Why is it the responsibility of others to take care of people that do not want to take care of themselves? Why should we subsidize people who are more worried about their own personal pleasures in live then the future of themselves and their families?

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

April 12th, 2012
12:45 pm

I must admit that I’m biased against Newt Gingrich. Every since I caught him hobnobbing and touring with one of my bitter integrationist enemies, everything changed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Tsj3p4GXr4&feature=related

Amen?

honested

April 12th, 2012
12:50 pm

td,

Well, at least we share in frugality, I don’t have (never have had) cable at all.

But that has nothing to do with the insane system that says the only way we can access medical care is to take a dollar, give it to a company that shaves 40 cents off the top and hope that they will agree to use the other 60 cents to pay for whatever medical needs we may have!

It all starts with the same dollar!!

If the glorified (and non-existent) free market could do the job, they would have. They have had over 65 years with complete control of healthcare finance and every year just gets worse.

If a system were in place to allow me the RIGHT to payroll deductions from day one on my first job for ACCESS to healthcare for the rest of my career I would have jumped on it 35 years ago.

Only a fool would pick to continue our current, failed system!

Mark

April 12th, 2012
12:54 pm

Hard to believe Newt is criticizing FAUX NEWS now, because he dead last in the polls.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

April 12th, 2012
1:06 pm

Al Sharpton, devilish black minions, and perverted integrationist in general should stop making excuses for African American children. Granted, they have led African American children to the water of perverted integrationist education, but they can’t make them drink. And the vast majority of them absolutely refuse to drink that bitter water.

Conversely, our organization has led black children to the water of separate but equal education and they are drinking heartily.

Amen?

Carole

April 12th, 2012
1:15 pm

td
And how many woman did Clinton sexually harass, rape and had affairs with? Did it effect his ability to run the country? I commies can not have it both ways. It either effected Clinton and he should not have been President or there is no effect and Newt marriage problems should be left out of the debate.

++++++++++

The real problem is that YOUR side was the one who made it an issue. Your side is the one who for the past 20 years has been running the crusade of moral indignation and righteousness. But you want to turn the other cheek when one of your boys gets caught with his pants down–literally or figuratively.

Having 3 wives and none of them are deceased shows a poor judgement on top of the adultery. If people want to question the current President’s religion, how in the world can they ignore a two-time adulterer?

MrLiberty

April 12th, 2012
1:19 pm

Every element of the entrenched elite that runs this country including the republican and democratic leadership, the banking cartels, the mainstream media (CNN, FOX, MSNBC, NBC, ABC, CBS, the AJC, etc.) are threatened by anyone who speaks out against their politics of oppression of the middle class and poor through endless wars, the Federal Reserve, government unions, the massive regulatory state, the war on drugs, the war against medical freedom, the war against food freedom, etc.

It is ironic that Newt would be so upset as he is clearly one of the insiders that support most of these folk’s agenda against america. If anyone has experienced bias universally throughout the media it is Ron Paul, for he is the only candidate actually supporting an end to the corporatist state that oppresses us. Newt, if you get any crap from anyone it is because of your hipocracy. Your voting record, your adulterous ways, your behavior as speaker and your financial behavior (he bounced a $500 check the other day for his UTAH primary filing fee) are exactly what get you scorn from the media. You were supposed to be their golden boy but instead you were just an embarrassment.

Centrist

April 12th, 2012
1:23 pm

CNN only liked Gingrich when he was attacking Romney.

The AJC attacks ALL non-Democrats.

Carole

April 12th, 2012
1:24 pm

td
And yet Bill Clinton was able to work with him to balance the budget and end the Welfare entitlement program while at the same time Obama can not get anything accomplished with a crybaby. What does that tell you about Obama’s leadership ability?

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Bill and Newt had so much in common. He also didn’t have the entire Republican party trying to make him a one-term president.

Shine

April 12th, 2012
1:50 pm

Boot a kook……vote Democrat!

MrLiberty

April 12th, 2012
1:54 pm

honested – you said “If the glorified (and non-existent) free market could do the job, they would have. They have had over 65 years with complete control of healthcare finance and every year just gets worse.”

What FREE MARKET are you talking about????

We have not had any free market in medicine since about the middle of the 1800s. Here is what we have that has nothing to do with the free market:

AMA/state control over professional licensure. AMA control of the number of medical schools and number of graduates. FDA control over medicines. DEA control over medicines. State regulations over insurance companies. State control over what MUST be included in ALL medical policies (no low cost options, no alternative care, etc.). Federal Tax policy that benefits employers over individuals and in fact encourages our current so-called “health insurance” system (really pre-paid medical plans). Government control of 50% of every dollar spent on medical care. Manipulation of interest rates through the Federal Reserve which undermines the value of savings and drives of costs through inflation, etc. State restrictions on who can perform what medical procedures. State and local retrictions on how big a hospital can be, who can run one, whether or not an expansion can happen, etc. And the list could go on and on.

You complain about the mechanism for your health care and seem to imply the blame lies with the Free Market. The origins of the horrible tax incentive for these types of worthless insurance lie with Truman’s wage and price controls as well as Nixon’s.

Government IS the problem, not the Free Market. In a Free Market, companies are not allowed to collude with government to rig the game in their favor. That is called corporatism/merchatilism or even fascism. That is what we have in america. Please don’t blame the free market. We are not free and neither is our marketplace.

Shine

April 12th, 2012
1:57 pm

Ole td wants to know where the constitution says individuals can be taxed? LMAO! the 16th ammendment? congress has the power to tax? You can not pay yours td and join Wesley Snipes as he might need a new punk about now.

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will crush the heads of the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions

April 12th, 2012
2:01 pm

To the perverted New World Order integrationist crowd and their devilish black minions: In the name of God Almighty, let our children go.

http://www.theamericanview.com/2012/03/april-first-friday-dr-bob-jones-iii-chancellor-of-bob-jones-university-will-speak-about-the-importance-of-education/

Amen?

Aaron Burr V Mexico

April 12th, 2012
2:07 pm

@MrLibertyTaker – Lalalala, “Its the Free Market Fairy! The AMA is the problem. Regulations are the problem! The rich should pay no taxes! Taxes are theft!”

The FREE market is a @#$#$ myth. Go to Somalia Mr. Delusional. Where’s the glorious paradise there? Everyone has guns (and I’m a 2nd amendment supporter) but there is NO RULE OF LAW. So where is the libertarian paradise?

How DARE the AMA (which, by the way Einstein is not the government) make sure that doctors who believe in crystals and magnet therapy and leeches are in the same catagory as real doctors. How DARE they.

The DEA is a waste, I agree. They should go.

The FDA is a paper tiger, but, having said that, HOW DARE we have standards that says you can’t sell snake oil and call it real medicine. You have a constitutional right to self delusion in this country and let anyone who says otherwise be called a communist.

The people who should be taxed more are people like you, because you view tax as theft and force the rest of us, who could be doing more constructive things with our time to defend civilization itself.

Better yet, revive the ancient practice of Banishment.

Fresh Spring

April 12th, 2012
2:07 pm

The NRA and the Republic Party just didn’t care about the consequences when they rammed through Florida’s Stand Down And Be Shot Dead law. FYI …… there are more guns in the US than people now. Think about that folks …….. ~ 311.5 MILLION + Florida’s violent crime involving guns rate has increased 30% since 2005 and the law’s inception. Florida is slowly murdering itself legally.

Joe Mama

April 12th, 2012
2:22 pm

So Baby Huey’s got a gripe about Fox. Boo hoo hoo. Cry me a river.