Archive for August, 2010

Again I wasn’t the one filming this. From the description section of the video:

A holocaust surviver is cursed out by a left wing nut at the rally against the ground zero mosque, August 22, 2010.

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Just to let you know, it wasn’t me who filmed this. It was a youtube user called “Joey Boots.”

The video starts with speakers continuing the normal accusations, like how the anti-mosque protesters are “racist” and hate the “constitution” and so on. The third guy to talk, however, started to bash Israel for some reason which prompted the camera guy to call him a racist. The camera is then physically attacked by the guy behind him. I guess hypocrisy is the key to flexibility.

Here’s the description of the video from the up-loader:

OK so I went down to cover the protests both for and against the proposed mosque at Ground Zero and when I questioned the blatant anti-semitic racism of one of the pro-mosque supporters who was on the soap box speaking to the crowd I was yelled and cussed at and told to let him speak. One of the pro-mosque supporters then cussed me and I told him about his need for a dentist and then when I went back to filming the next speaker I was hit in the head from behind and my camera grabbed by the f-bomb dropping man, so I then kicked him and the anti-semites then turned on me quickly and to the NYPD’s professionalism they were in the mix within seconds to escort me away from the turning mob of hypocrites who cry racism when speaking of those against the mosque yet promote and support it themselves. How dare I question a racist anti-semite!

This has to one of the funniest comebacks in the history of man. Recently Dodge was targeted by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals for using a chimpanzee in one of their car commercials. PETA’s open letter called for the pulling of the ad and that “Dodge isn’t going to dodge a bullet on this one.” The original commercial can be viewed here:

Original

In response, Dodge fought back in one of the most hilarious ways possible. They made a similar commercial but this time using an invisible monkey.

New Video

Hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did.

You may have remembered this story a few months ago: a couple of parents made headlines when they tried to order a cake with the name Adolf Hitler on it which happened to be the name they gave to one of there sons.

I found this really awesome article today from The Daily Beast. As the name suggests, it provide 10 good reasons why the Dems over-confident majority is pitifully crumbling.

Here’s just a taste:

1. Red regions are gaining; blue are bleeding. Folks are fleeing stricken states in search of jobs. Based on these population changes, eight states in the more conservative South and West are projected to gain one or more U.S. House seats. With a probable gain of three or four seats, the biggest winner is Texas—not surprising, with its continuing record job growth. Ten states, mostly in the more liberal Northeast, will likely lose one House seat or more.

2. Republicans are pulling ahead in U.S. House races. With a projected gain of more than 40 House seats in November, Republican candidates also have the financial lead in most of the 15 competitive races in which Democratic incumbents aren’t running. Republicans only need a net gain of 39 seats to take the “damn gavel” away from Speaker Pelosi.

3. Toss-ups are turning red in the U.S. Senate. The GOP is leading or tied in eight Senate races for seats now held by Democrats, and is ahead in all Republican-held districts. More toss-up states on the map are leaning Republican. And the National Republican Senatorial Committee predicts a change in control of the Senate is now possible in just two election cycles.

4. Republicans are winning governorships. Thirty-seven governorships are being contested in November. Democrats are defending 19; Republicans 18. Of the 23 races without incumbents, thanks to term limits and voluntary—or involuntary—retirements, at least seven of these open states are already safe bets to switch to GOP control: Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Wyoming. Add a promising Colorado, New Mexico, and Wisconsin, a possible Illinois, and retention of incumbencies, and Republicans take control of the majority of governorships. The Republican Governors Association has a record $40 million cash on hand to invest in these races and to promote its national “Remember November” campaign.