RINOS At Newsmax Starting Cable Channel To Attack Fox From Middle, With This One Weird Trick

crew-223Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.


I can envision no business plan for even the most desperate of  RINO’s to have a workable business.

Going up against FOX ?  Good luck and a pure sign of desperation.


by Doktor Zoom


Our good friends at Newsmax — please click their linkies on the right side of your screen, to give Yr Wonket moneez — are going to be starting up an exciting and important cable teevee channel in June that we will never ever watch. (Who are we kidding, we will probably find all sorts of fine stories there, as well as some vitamin supplements.)

This is how it works!  Ah, well it doesn’t!

According to BusinessWeek, NewsmaxTV will be aimed at “conservatives who feel Fox has drifted too far to the right,” which should at the very least make for some interesting Free Republic posts about the liberal RINOs at the new network.

BusinessWeek devotes about 40 million words to fluffing Newsmax founder Chris Ruddy, who seems nice as long as you bar from your mind his central role in promoting the story that Vince Foster and a bunch of other people were murdered by Hillary Clinton so she could feed on their pineal glands. But now he’s besties with the Clintons, so no harm, no foul.

But you know what, if they want to give Yr Wonkette sweet rightwing delusion dollars to advertise their new dumb network, we will take them because free enterprise. And then we will make fun of their anchors’ dumb hair and dumber stories.

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John McCain Is Very Upset Chuck Todd Made Fun Of Him


crew-223Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.


We thank you sir for your service and patriotism.

At times however we have wondered what side you are on.

A Republican you are not.


Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) is raging mad at MSNBC host Chuck Todd, who was reportedly caught joking about McCain having “heart palpitations” upon discovering that former Gen. David Petraeus opposed further intervention in Iraq.

“It’s not like further evidence was needed to prove the liberal bias at MSNBC and in the mainstream media, but Chuck Todd’s ‘hot mic’ comments asking if anyone ‘checked on’ Senator McCain for ‘heart palpitations’ over General Petraeus’ remarks on Iraq show just how quickly the media will try and discredit Senator McCain and anyone who questions President Obama,” McCain’s communications director, Brian Rogers, said in a statement.

The alleged hot mic incident occurred Thursday before President Obama announced he would send a limited force of 300 advisers in Iraq. According to Mediaite, Todd and Fox News’ Ed Henry mocked McCain over Petraeus’ Wednesday warning against further intervention in Iraq.

Todd was quoted asking if anyone “checked on” McCain, who has been a staunch supporter of military intervention in Iraq, following Petraeus’ remarks. (The “hot mic” recording does not clearly show Todd speaking.)

“I’ve got to think McCain must have had heart palpitations,” Todd joked.

But McCain’s spokesman argued Petraeus’ position was more nuanced. Rogers pointed to a Thursday report indicating Petraeus supported targeted strikes against the antigovernment military forces in Iraq.

“It should be embarrassing for MSNBC — but likely isn’t — to see that in another interview just one day later Gen. Petraeus said he would support targeted strikes against the ISIS terrorist army in Iraq, which is what Senator McCain has advocated — so no ‘heart palpitations’ necessary,” he snarked.

McCain is no stranger to media criticism. Rogers similarly fumed at Politico in May for misrepresenting the senator’s policy views.

An MSNBC rep did not immediately return a request for comment from Business Insider.

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Liberal Progressive Lindsey Graham in his own words, US Senate primary

crew-223 By Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.


Ms. Lindsey Graham is a RINO’s RINO and certainly is not a man of any substance.

If there were a senate state on another planet called “Goes which way the wind blows, Ms. Lindsey would be the perfect candidate.


Think about that for a moment will you? 

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No time to revisit those RINO retreads


By   /   May 28, 2014  /   No Comments

The Republican Party stands at the precipice of leading America back from the cultural, economic, legislative and diplomatic disasters of the Obama years, except that in recent decades it has proven itself devoid of the necessary courage, leadership, or ideology to accomplish such a feat.

Instead, it predictably reverts to what the party insiders consider politically “safe” ground, with the main goal being to avoid controversy at any cost, including the forfeiture of its very soul.

The dismantling of America’s medical services that directly resulted from the ensuing nightmare of Obamacare should have been recognized and seized as a golden opportunity for the GOP to completely reverse course, thus giving the nation a chance to restore its formerly unrivaled level of treatment. Meanwhile, the issue has polarized the people against the Democrat Party to a degree not seen since the early 1990s, thus providing an occasion to discredit the entire liberal agenda and begin repairing the devastation caused by it.

So, of course, the reasoned response from the political “experts” of the Republican Party establishment is to continually scale back any notion of actually repealing Obamacare, and suggest as an alternative some insipid “fixes” that might abate its worst aspects without overly angering those who support socialized medicine in America. Anything of greater magnitude might be labeled “extreme” by the media, which would simply be unacceptable to those erudite Republicans.

The recent primary election wins of House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are proving to be timely for the party elite, who brought big money into those races to preserve the Beltway status quo. Consequently, they can claim with an appearance of credibility that their chosen candidates will fare far better than hapless conservatives with their fixation on such annoyances as integrity and principle. Let everyone be relentlessly reminded of Todd Akin, and forewarned of a similar fate for those who fall into the disfavor of the party elite.

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From the Examiner.com,


Yesterday’s act of surrender by the GOP leadership, in accepting the Democrat-RINO “deal” to end the government shutdown should finally show us it’s time to make a real and serious effort to clean the House, and the Senate, of RINOs. The progressive RINO Republicans and progressive liberal Democrats, along with the White House that is destroying this country, cut a deal to get what they wanted and screw us, the American people, in the process.

Erick Erickson’s commentary at RedState this morning, titled “Advancing. Ever Advancing” is spot on right and it’s a good start. He reminded us about the leadership provided by Senators Ted Cruz and Mike Lee, and how we can send them more allies as senators by electing solid conservatives in the senate races in several states.

Erickson writes, “So we must advance. Two Republicans in the Senate caused this fight that their colleagues would have surrendered on more quickly but for them. Imagine a Senate filled with more. We have an opportunity to replace Mitch McConnell in Kentucky with a better conservative. We should do that. We have the opportunity to send a strong conservative from North Carolina and we should do that. Same in Colorado. Kansas looks to be in play. Chris McDaniel will declare his candidacy for the Senate in Mississippi. Conservatives will rally to him quickly. Tennessee could be in play too.”

While I’m not yet sold on Matt Bevin in Kentucky, who is challenging Mitch McConnell in the primary there next year, because it seems he might be more of a Christine O’Donnell than a Rand Paul or a Ted Cruz. While we do need to flush out the RINOs, it doesn’t advance us if we defeat an incumbent with an entirely incompetent candidate who will definitely turn the seat over to the Democrats in the general election as did Christine “I’m not a witch” O’Donnell did in Delaware in 2010. But RINOs like Lindsey Graham definitely must be defeated in primaries with good conservative candidates.

We need to do the same in the House races too, starting with supporting J.D. Winteregg, who is challenging John Boehner for Congress from Ohio. Every members of Congress who under-performs on the Madison Project index needs to be challenged in the primary in an effort to nominate a more conservative electable candidate. In order to win, Republicans must present the voters a mainstream conservative vision of prosperity, freedom, and American Exceptionalism rather than big government, political correctness, and America as a nation in decline. Republicans don’t win being moderate and positioning themselves as Democrat Lite.

Elections have consequences. We’ve elected too many moderate and liberal Republicans to seats that could and should be held by solid conservatives more like Ted Cruz and Mike Lee. Yesterday’s cave-in by the GOP leadership proves that again.

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