Archive for April 7, 2010

Yeah Yeah I know that I had Andrew Ian up as one of the Reagan award winners but I’ve run out of the interviews I’ve already filmed (with two exceptions that I’m holding back for specific reasons) and I want to include these bloggers in the Field guide:

I will be including a few more “recycled” CPAC bloggers who were not in the field guide before as I wait to shoot some new material with other bloggers. Meanwhile you can also find Andrew on Facebook and twitter

I guess it is not worthwhile to try to get a comment from Debbie Wasserman on Doug Shulman’s statement because as far as she is concerned the mandate doesn’t exist:

At an April 5 town hall meeting in Fort Lauderdale (see video below), a constituent asked Wasserman Shultz where the Constitution authorized Congress to mandate that individuals buy health insurance. She responded that the new health care law did not require individuals to buy health insurance.

In a written statement to on Wednesday, her press secretary, Jonathan Beeton, said it was true that the health care law did not mandate that individuals buy health insurance and that Wasserman Schultz stood by her assertion at the townhall meeting

Baghdad Bob eat your heart out. But we shouldn’t be too surprised, after all this kind of thing runs in the Schultz family.

In my Liz Carter article, I mentioned the incredible tale of the NAACP distrusting the Main Stream Media.

FireDogLake found themselves on the opposite side of the MSM during the great Obamacare debate and found themselves questioning the media as well.

The signicifance? Once you start questioning the media you stop taking certain things on faith, such as our troops as murderers:

I want to first start by saying that Wikileaks has really misled the public on the details of this video. They made it sound like it was an unprovoked massacre of unarmed civilians, and so it angers me when I wasted my time watching this video to see nothing like that.

Now in comments people are taking different sides but the very fact that there are people taking sides here is incredible. The times they are a changin.

No wonder CNN is suddenly trying the truth about Tea Party rallies.

…Robert Stacy has a story up about Vernon Parker running in the 3rd Arizona district who is first rate:

That’s the American dream he wants to preserve for future generations. “I had made a commitment that, if I got out of the environment that I grew up in, what I would do is to work to get others out, because there are a lot more Vernon Parkers out there,” he says. “I always wanted to make a change, make a difference, and the way that I figured we could do that was through the law.”

That is exactly the attitude that needs to be promoted. No wonder Stacy and Barbara are so high on him.