May 4, 2010 Archives

May 4, 2010 Archives

Media Narrative Changes: First They Blame The "Right-Wing" Now They Fear "Racism"

Various politicians and members of the media blamed the "right-wing" for the failed New York car bomb terrorist attack, now they are afraid of "racism" against Muslims. Monday, May 3, 2010: Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY): "Whether the guy who did this, or the people who did this were with some Islamic terrorist group or whether they were some

Lieberman: No US Citizenship Rights For Those Affiliated With Terrorist Groups

Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT): "If you've joined an enemy of the United States in attacking the United States and trying to kill Americans, I think you should sacrifice your rights of citizenship."

MSNBC Analyst: Terror Attack Will Strengthen Tea Party

Robert Baer, Former CIA Officer: "You're gonna see the Tea Party being -- you know -- being strengthened. You're gonna see people blaming the White House for a situation it did not create."



Sen. Leahy: Bush "Dropped The Ball" And "9/11 Could Have Been Avoided"

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT): "Mr. Limbaugh said of course he wants the president to fail, even though the country would fail. This really bothers me because after 9/11, even though the ball had been dropped, even though 9/11 could have been avoided if everyone had done what they should have."

Dems Use Same "Worker" In 2010 Ohio Gubernatorial Ad & 2008 Anti-McCain Ad

Below is an anti-McCain ad from the 2008 election cycle by the SEIU with the same "former factory worker":

NBA's Phoenix Suns To Protest Immigration Law By Wearing "Los Suns" Jerseys

ESPN: The Phoenix Suns will wear "Los Suns" on their jerseys in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals on Wednesday night, owner Robert Sarver said, "to honor our Latino community and the diversity of our league, the state of Arizona, and our nation." "It rea



WH's Gibbs Assails FOX News Reporter For Former FEMA Director's Criticism Of Obama

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs criticizes FOX News for their interview with former FEMA director Michael "Brownie" Brown.

CNN: Foreclosure Brought "Pressure" And "Heartache" On NY Car Bomb Terrorist

CNN anchor: "It can confirmed that his house has been foreclosed in recent years. I mean, one would have to imagine that brought a lot of pressure and a lot of heartache on that family."

MSNBC Anchor Hoped NY Bomber Had No Ties To Islamic Country

MSNBC's Contessa Brewer: "I get frustrated -- there was part of me that was hoping this was not going to be anybody with ties to any kind of Islamic country." (source: Stephanie Miller Show)



Cantor Blasts Obama: "Conservatives Must Win In November"

"That's why conservatives must win in 2010. And when we retake Congress we will stand with defense-minded Democrats to stop the hemorrhaging of America's defenses," said Cantor, the number two House of Representatives Republican.

Sen. Cardin: "We Can't Drill Our Way Out Of The Problem"

Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

McCain: "Serious Mistake" If Faisal Shahzad Was Mirandized

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ): "Don't give this guy his miranda rights until we find out what it's all about"



Obama: NY Terror Plot "Another Sobering Reminder Of The Times In Which We Live"

President Obama: "This incident is another sobering reminder of the times in which we live."

Ann Coulter On AZ Immigration Law Misconceptions

Ann Coulter on the Arizona immigration law.

Gibbs: We Will Keep "Our Boot On The Throat Of BP"

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs has some harsh language for BP.

Holder "Considering" Changing Location Of KSM, Terror Trials

Attorney General Eric Holder says Washington, D.C. and New York remain targets for terrorists. "We are considering a number of options with regard to where that trial might be held and I'll leave it at that," Holder said.

Krauthammer: "Guantanamo Has Just Gotten An Extra Year Or Two Of Life"

Charles Krauthammer discusses the Obama administration's reaction to the attempted Times Square car bomb attack.

Shahzad's Former Neighbor: He Liked To Jog At Night, Claimed He Worked On Wall St.

A former neighbor of suspected NY car bomber Faisal Shahzad said he claimed he worked on Wall Street in New York and would jog at night.

Rangel Gets Combative Over Ethics Violations Claim: Not "One Scintilla" Of Evidence

WPIX: The interview got combative as the reporter attempted to get the legendary Congressman to talk about the complaints against him. He lashed out, "You don't have one scintilla of evidence that I have done anything wrong as a member of congress, except for what newspaper reporters have said."

Glenn Beck Defends Mirandizing Suspected Times Square Car Bomber

The Right Scoop: Glenn Beck and Brian Kilmeade go round and round on Fox and Friends this morning on whether to mirandize Faisal Shahzad, suspected Times Square bomber arrested last night before boarding an inter

Rep. Gutierrez On Immigration Reform

Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) discusses immigration reform.

Times Square Car Bomb Suspect Arrested AT JFK Airport

A naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan was taken off a plane at JFK airport and arrested overnight in the Times Square bomb probe. "This investigation is ongoing, as are our attempts to gather useful intelligence, and we continue to pursue a number of leads," Holder said in a news conference. "But it's clear that the intent behind this terror

O'Reilly: Media "Dishonest" And Politicans "Cowardly" On Immigration

Bill O'Reilly discusses the truth about Arizona's illegal immigration law.

Holder: Suspect In Custody In Attempted NYC Attack

AP: Attorney General Eric Holder confirmed Tuesday morning that authorities have taken a suspect in custody in connection to Saturday's failed attack in Times Square. Holder identified the New York bomb suspect as Faisal Shahzad.

Matthews: Oil Companies Shirk Responsibility

Chris Matthews accuses oil companies of being quick to reap the benefit of their product, yet fail to take responsibity for the mess they've created off the Gulf Coast.

Sen. Kaufman On Getting Tough On Big Banks

Sen. Ted Kaufman (D-Del.) talks about the Senate's plan to move forward on financial reform and put stricter regulations on Wall Street.


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