ouh Mao Mao say a ouh Mao Mao…

Posted: October 16, 2009 by datechguy in internet/free speech, opinion/news
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You know I’ve been hitting the sack early and I think the anti biotics are finally getting me over the hump so I’ve been missing some stuff.

So I didn’t catch this gem that Robert Stacy did:

Wow! Mao! Let a thousand YouTubes bloom

You know I’m going to have to start watching Beck regularly because of stuff like this:

If you told me that this was possible that someone would be saying this publicly and then hired by the White House as someone to speak for them. I wouldn’t have believed you.

The Swamp comments:

In Glenn Beck’s pursuit of every member of the Obama administration who ever hung a Che Guevera poster on his college dorm wall, White House Communications Director Anita Dunn has become a new target for…. Well, for criticizing FOX News.

I confess I never served in the army but as a general rule you don’t want people who lionize mass murders as your front person when attacking, then again I wouldn’t refuse to meet the Dali Lama either…

“It is only a minor compromise,” Mr. Havel said of the nonreception of the Tibetan leader. “But exactly with these minor compromises start the big and dangerous ones, the real problems.

But enough of the White House production of “Hell no Dali” lets get back to the topic at hand…

She now says it is a Joke to Jake Tapper maybe it’s just me but I don’t think she was speaking at a comedy club.

Hotair spotlights it and from it I take a telling quote:

Long a shunner of the spotlight…

…yeah I was a fan of someone who murdered 60 million people I might shun the spotlight too.

The Bottom line is this, if you are going to have an administration from this far left this are the people you are going to have, and to these guys this is NORMAL.

We always get the government we deserve and elections have consequences.

Memorandum has more.

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