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Archive for March 6th, 2012

Hypocritical Liberal Attack on Limbaugh Disguises Attempt to Attack Religious Liberty in the Guise of Feminism

Posted by Dr. Fay on March 6, 2012

Leftist hypocrisy was exposed once again this week as Rush Limbaugh was attacked for his choice of words describing a Georgetown activist/”student”.  This while the verbally abusive attacks on Sarah Palin and on other conservative women have been either ignored or laughed about by the left.  Were they pouncing to silence Limbaugh, or were they attempting to draw attention away from the fact that the Obama Administration was trying to turn the fight for religious liberties into a squabble over “feminism?”

Mark Corallo at the National Review Online writes:

I heard Rush’s comments live: every word of it, the tone of voice, the inflections. Rush Limbaugh was using the time-honored method of satire to describe an absurd event on Capitol Hill — the whining of a 30-year-old law student whose life is apparently in shambles because she and her fellow law students are having so much recreational sex that affording birth control has become a financial burden.

[…]

Rush apologized for his choice of words. But apparently, that’s not enough to satisfy the liberal media. The Washington Post went on the offensive in a Saturday editorial. President Obama gave our young hero a phone call.

Meanwhile, MSNBC commentators and the other left-leaning pundits (including esteemed Democrat members of Congress) who regularly attack conservatives in foul, hateful language, are toasted at all the best Washington cocktail parties. When President Obama goes to the airwaves urging his leftist allies in the Latino community to “punish our enemies,” it gets a yawn from the mainstream media

[…]

Going back a bit, in 2009, when David Letterman described Sarah Palin’s purchase of makeup from Bloomingdale’s as an attempt to update her “slutty-flight-attendant look,”  the Washington Post editors and the rest of the mainstream media barely managed a “tisk tisk.” Pleased with the audience response, Letterman went on to attack her then-14-year-old daughter Willow saying, “One awkward moment for Sarah Palin at the Yankee game, during the seventh inning, her daughter was knocked up by Alex Rodriguez.” Yawn . . .

Nobody batted an eyelid on January 14, 2011, when comedienne Cloris Leachman called Sarah Palin a “slut” on Wendy Williams’s talk show. The host and the audience thought it was just boffo.

[…]

The companies who pulled their sponsorship from the Rush Limbaugh show should be ashamed. And if they’re publicly traded, I hope shareholders will dump them for your lack of spine and business sense. To all of Rush’s 25 million listeners, tell Carbonite what you think of their cowardice by dumping their product and going to Mozy or Zip Cloud or one of the dozens of other data back-up services.

Read the rest of the article here.  I purposely left out some of the more descriptive parts.

L. Brent Bozell III of the Media Research Center, writes at FOXNews.com:

Rush Limbaugh was broadsided last week for attacking a star witness for the Democrats who demanded government force insurers to subsidize contraceptives. He called 30-year-old Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute.”

Let’s all agree Limbaugh crossed a line.

He agrees. He posted an apology to Fluke “for the insulting word choices.”

The scandal-ette should be over.

So why are the Left and the media still pushing and publicizing a campaign for advertisers to dump the Limbaugh show and end his career?

Because it has little to do with his words. This is all about disingenuous politics. Liberals want this government-mandate controversy to be not about religious liberty, which is devastating, but about contraceptives, which works in their favor.

That is intellectually dishonest.

They want to position conservatives as “anti-women.” That’s as ugly as it is untrue.

But Limbaugh’s words gave them the opening they needed – and they pounced.

Just how sensitive are liberals to the plight of women, anyway?

Let’s see how they react when one of their own savages women in ways Limbaugh would never dream of doing.

Bozell gives a number of examples of attacks on conservative women, including Governor Palin, that I will not copy here.  He goes on:

Limbaugh has been singled out and condemned across the national media – ABC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, NPR, PBS, Associated Press, The New York Times, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and USA Today.

How many of these outlets have condemned Bill Maher with equal vigor for his attacks on Palin?

How many of these outlets condemned him at all?

[…]

The Left honors their own pundits as “brilliant” for verbally assaulting women, then circulates petitions calling for advertisers to drop the Limbaugh show because his “anti-woman tirades are appalling.”

To the Left, this is simply an opportunity to put their attacks on religious liberty in a feminist frame, and an opportunity to try and shut down Limbaugh. It is all about censorship and hypocrisy.

Read the rest of the article here.  Also see The Fluke Distraction by James Taranto of the Media Research Center.

In her inimitable way, Governor Palin called out the liberal hypocrisy on Facebook today:

Pres. Obama says he called Sandra Fluke because of his daughters. For the sake of everyone’s daughter, why doesn’t his super PAC return the $1 million he got from a rabid misogynist?

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Palin Facebook Page Reaches 3.3 Million Fans

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on March 6, 2012

Screenshot used by permission. Special thanks to a special friend.  You know who you are!

In the wee hours of Friday, March 2nd, Sarah Palin’s Facebook page rolled over to 3.3 million fans.  According to the provided screen shot, this occurred at 2:06 a.m. ET.  In comparison, current presidential candidates Romney, Santorum, Gingrich, and Paul’s fans combined total is less than Palin’s 3.3 million.

Governor Palin has, in my opinion, used social media for the last three years more effectively than any other high profile politician.  Based upon her own experiences with the main stream media (AKA the “lame stream media”), Palin takes her unfiltered message straight to the people.

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Fox TV On Brokered Convention:”Sarah Palin Versus Obama Could Happen “Sarah Palin Dream Candidate”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on March 6, 2012

TO VIEW THE VIDEO, CLICK ON THIS LINK:

WBFF FOX45 – Top Stories – Brokered Convention- Joel D. Smith

Accompanying text:

Jeb Bush versus Barack Obama?

How about Sarah Palin versus Obama?

The chances are slim,  but it could still happen.

Joel D. Smith tells us, about some of the unusual things that could happen, if no one gets enough delegates to win the nomination.

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