Sunday Respite ‘That’s what I love about Sundays’

Have a great day. Here is my Sunday respite.

Guns? So just what is it you are proposing?

This is a different kind of video for a Saturday. The left screeches that something has to be done about guns after the recent violence. This riff done over at MSNBC should bring a chuckle. When pressed on exactly what should be done, the wandering spin begins.

National Review’s Charles C. W. Cooke gently makes the same point by pressing Mark Halperin and then Mika Brzezinski to explain their policy ideas when both demand action. The result is the same in both cases — they fume, they growl about Congress, but they have no proposals of their own (via the Free Beacon and Jazz):

A worthwhile read  as well as a tip of the hat goes to  Hot Air

Clinton bashes NRA, Supreme Court regarding Gun Control

Hillary at her best when she is voicing her animus for those who support the Second Amendment. In this must hear audio, she vents her spleen on the Supreme Court, the NRA, George Bush and anyone else who gets in her way. As an aside, sad that the College where the recent shooting took place didn’t have someone who could step up with a carry permit. Do listen to her rant at the link below.

Hillary Clinton slammed the Supreme Court as “wrong on the Second Amendment” and called for reinstating the assault weapons ban during a small private fundraiser in New York last week, according to audio of her remarks obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

“I’m going to speak out, I’m going to do everything I can to rally people against this pernicious, corrupting influence of the NRA and we’re going to do whatever we can,” she said.

Clinton argued that the NRA has “so intimidated elected members of Congress and other legislative bodies that these people are passing the most absurd laws.”

“The idea that you can have an open carry permit with an AK-47 over your shoulder walking up and down the aisles of a supermarket is just despicable,” she said.

Audio here Sound Cloud

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Planned Parenthood Richards caught in lies regarding Mammograms

So I am beating the drum with this one. The Planned Parenthood hearing was a fiasco due in large part because the videos were not permitted at the hearing to refute Ms Richards lying words. This wasn’t even presented regarding her lies of providing Mammograms. So I will do it. Thanks Mr Chafetz for a terrible hearing. Cecile Richards, CEO of Planned Parenthood:

Liar, Liar pants on fire.


The Libs can’t handle the disturbing Planned Parenthood videos

My internet was down yesterday, giving me the opportunity to spend my day watching C-Span and the Planned Parenthood hearing rather than disturbing myself with the latest world news which I will only find out more of by scouring the internet.

But alas. It was a debacle. No videos were available since apparently the Liberal 9th circuit court has put a hold on them. So why then the hearing? The argument seemed to be unfocused, with the chopping up of baby parts for money getting scant attention. More important to the argument were the cuts made to the clips due to bathroom breaks.Thus, the theory was the videos were pre-fabbed to make PP look bad.

But next time, let’s show the videos? Huh? Bonus time– an earlier post whose info did not come up in the discussion.

Hillary Clinton: ‘It’s just those old conspiracy guys sticking the fork into me again’

Spin, spin, spin. Telling Chuck Todd how the State Department and her E-mail worked. Chuck being the patsy that he is doesn’t bear down. Still, Hillary managed to dig into her vault of blame the other guy, pulls it out one more time. Hillary we are really getting sick of this. (Original clip was removed, this is a replacement)- Full interview.

Facing a barrage of questions Sunday morning from Meet The Press anchor Chuck Todd, Hillary Clinton brought back an old tactic from the Clinton playbook: blame the messenger.

The Democrat facing an onslaught of investigations into her use of private email during her tenure as secretary of state referred to concerns she tried to avoid oversight and may have compromised the security of classified information as a “conspiracy theory.”

“Another conspiracy theory?” Clinton said, exasperated by Todd’s repeated inquiries into why she felt the need to go around the government system for record-keeping.

Clinton referred to the notion as “totally ridiculous,” then turned to portray the scandal, which the FBI is currently investigating, as a partisan attack on her.

“You might remember during the ’90s, there was a bunch of them and, you know, all of them turned out to be not true,” Clinton said.

Clinton took it a step further, asserting she has taken steps no other government figure ever has in an effort to be open with the American people.

“There’s only so much I can control,” she said, claiming she has been “as transparent as possible” regarding her private server.

Clinton boasted that despite a “barrage of attacks” on her character from Republicans, she still won her race to become senator in New York. She made the case that Americans will still vote for her despite the Republican machine working against her. More at the Free Beacon

Sunday Respite: Here comes the Sun

Sunday’s respite.


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