Archive for September 25, 2010

My reviews of Pam Geller’s book The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America are available at Amazon.com here and Lunch.com here.

“What State?” What State?” The question was asked again and again as I pointed to and asked people lining the boundary. The answer came back: New York, Maryland, Delaware, Texas, Florida, California, Ohio, Indiana, Massachusetts, Washington state and DC, Oregon, Tennessee, Kentucky, Utah, Connecticut , North and South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, Kansas , Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois, Michigan, Montana , Arizona, New Mexico, Wisconsin and more.

There were just too many people for me to pick out to film so I went through the crowd asking my questions again to groups of 10-20 at a time to get a feel of them:

“What prompted you to come here on a cold wet day to be here?” and the answers came back, Freedom! We’re overtaxed, Obamacare, We’re done being ignored, We don’t want socialism! (This is what gets the media in a huff.) We need to be counted! We want to be heard. A few pointed to their children and said: For them!

“How many of were active politically active three years ago?” A hand or two would come up, invariably those who were active were delighted to see so many new folks, those who had not been active had many reasons for holding back all these years, apathy, wasn’t worried, didn’t think I’d make a difference, had too much work.

This explains results such as Jim McKenna’s incredible write-in success on election day. A large amount of voters who never showed an interest before are showing an interest now.

“Why are you active now?” The answers were more direct, the actions of this congress and president, Obamacare, cap & tax, the bank bill, the bailouts, small business owners in particular were adamant about what this was doing. They talked of the pain of laying people off to survive.

“Who here trusts the GOP?” Not a single hand went up, but people over and over promised me that if the GOP spent like the democrats they would be back to throw them out too. No wonder the GOP is scared of the tea party.

More importantly the MSM spent it’s time on the periphery trying to get a shot, or a soundbite, there doesn’t seem to be any attempt to find out exactly what makes the Tea party members tick, and why the left and the media have no idea what is happening.

On November 2nd they are going to get a very unpleasant education.

Update: Nothing starts your day better than an Instalanche hi folks. The photos people I interviewed for the article above can be seen in this post. I only did one video interview during that questioning. Clara Csiong!:

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…but it is refreshing an official give genuine public indignation over a barbaric act done against a family he knows.

As for the jury pool, I listened to them broadcast what the mayor said and I’m positive it will not mess with the pool seriously. Why, because they played the clip 5 times on the radio and I couldn’t understand a word he was saying. If it wasn’t for the papers and the supporting commentary by the hosts I still wouldn’t know what he was talking about.

As for this article:

We all poke fun at Mayor Tom Menino for his mumbles. Now, he’s taking heat for making a very blunt and clear statement.

Sorry guys, the statement was blunt but it sure wasn’t clear.

Does the city employ a translator to convert Menino into english? Is there an Menino to English/ English to Menino dictionary?

Via this tweet by SissyWillis John Kerry takes his famous phrase to a whole new level:

A testy U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry yesterday blamed clueless voters with short attention spans for the uphill battle beleaguered Democrats are facing against Republicans across the nation.

The article gives a shout out to William Jacobson at Legal insurrection, which is cool, but the online piece doesn’t provide a link which is not.

John Kerry the gift that keeps on giving…great hair though, it would almost be a crime to cover it with a fedora.