As we begin to consider possible presidential candidates for 2016, it’s worth using the Internet Wayback Machine to venture back to 1980. Then, a truly conservative GOP candidate had battled the establishment to secure the nomination. The media immediately began to tar that candidate as unelectable, stupid, a know-nothing Hollywood actor, too conservative, too extreme, too prone to starting a war.
So let’s venture back to March 23, 1980, where New York Times columnist E.J. Dionne demonstrated his uncanny ability to get every single aspect of the story wrong. It’s a knack he continues to exercise even today.
The reason I bring this up: imagine that a truly popular conservative candidate like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee or Rand Paul are able to secure the GOP nomination.
Expect the same kind of ridiculous lies and predictions coming from the establishment, be it The New York Times or NBC News.
Another Biff Spackle exclusive:
For your review, please consider: “Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants and the Employment Picture for Less-Educated Americans.”
Suffice it to say that Obama’s policies combined with Amnesty for illegal aliens will be catastrophic for the average working American.
I wonder how many tens of millions of carbon-emitting automobiles it would take to match the 50 volcanic eruptions that occurred yesterday in Indonesia?
— PzFeed Top News (@PzFeed) January 5, 2014
As an aside, now the U.S. Coast Guard will assist the icebreaking ships that have been trapped in Antarctic ice. You know, the same ice that Al Gore and Tree-Ring Boy predicted wouldn’t be there. Oh — and it’s summer in Antarctica.
Remember: the global cooling deniers are Marxists. They want to redistribute your wealth using “climate change” as the excuse. It’s a scam. Mankind can no more control the weather than Al Gore can control his appetite.