Saturday, September 29, 2012

West Wing / Bartlett vs Reality / Obama: It ain't Easy being Prez

Good news... You can get the complete series set on Std DVD for $150.

Amazon - The West Wing: The Complete Series Collection (2006)

 Bad News..  Watching in real time and comparing to the Bush administration, Lefties came up with unreasonable expectations of what a 'Progressive Administration' might look like.

If you're sick of the current political environment, and wish to make a trip to the Alternative Earth, where most is goodness and light in a Progressive Democrat administration.. this is the way to go.
On the other hand, you may wish to send that $150 to President Obama's campaign, instead.
After all.. you've already sent the wedding gifts, birthday money and the $20 instead of having 'Pizza Night'.
By the way..can someone who watched every episode point out where the major media cleared their stories with the White House press office? I dont remember that.
And,  while you think about West Wing, how about considering how the series would have treated the Benghazi attack.
Would THEY have blamed it on some non-starter demonstration
about a youtube crap video?
Really? And how stupid would they have looked, especially when the people of Libya are almost all on 'our side'?
Then.. there's the pathetic State Dept. apology video

Which seems the more professional?  Obamaville or West Wing.

Yep.. what most of us knew all along. It aint easy being Pres.

They Told Us 'If you vote for John McCain'....

.. then Dubya's fascist warrant-less snooping will only increase.  Well, I did and it has.
- via Instapundit


How Many Anarchists and "Animal Conservationists" Are the Feds Spying On?

What do anarchists, animal conservationists, and military deserters have in common? They were all spied on by federal law enforcement agencies between 2010 and 2011, according to newly released government documents.
The documents show that the use of this sort of surveillance by federal law enforcement agencies, which does not require a search warrant, has rapidly increased in recent years. Between 2009 and 2011 alone, the number of orders for pen and trap authorizations increased by 60 percent—from 23,535 in 2009 to 37,616 in 2011. The increase is even more striking when compared with older figures. Between 2001 and 2011, for instance, there was a sixfold increase—from 5,683 original orders recorded in 2001 to the 37,616 in 2011. What that means is that more people were subjected to pen register and trap and trace surveillance in the past two years than in the entire previous decade, as ACLU’s Naomi Gilens has pointed out.



Go figger!