Sunday, January 30, 2011

WOW! The Smartest President Ever: Obama Confuses Iraq and Afghanistan Again! ALSO: Bill Maher Falsely Claims Palin Said ‘Soviets Won Space Race’

The president twice referred to Afghanistan when clearly talking about the situation in Iraq. Will Chris Matthews lose his thrill and call Obama a "ballonhead?" Of course he won't because Matthews is a left-wing liberal idiot.

Maher Falsely Claims Palin Said ‘Soviets Won Space Race’

Tommy Christopher, Mediaite: When Palin says “their victory in that race to space,” she’s clearly referring to the specific milestone of launching an artificial satellite into Earth orbit, as opposed to the larger “Space Race” that it precipitated.

Of course the 'Real Time With Bill Maher' audience of 'libtarded sheep' doesn't even realize that Maher is lying to them about not only Palin, but Michele Bachmann as well.



  1. "Bill Maher Falsely Claims Palin Said ‘Soviets Won Space Race"

    lol falsely you say.

  2. Ummm, no. Try reading the article-then figure it out genius.

  3. Do the people that read this site blindly believe the things on here? The video clearly proves that Bill Maher did NOT lie, and it once again proves that Sarah Palin is an IDIOT!

    34 years later Sputnik brings down the USSR... the Palin logic strikes again!

  4. Yes i do. Look douchebag..all it's saying is...

    When Palin says “their victory in that race to space,” she’s clearly referring to the specific milestone of launching an artificial satellite into Earth orbit, as opposed to the larger “Space Race” that it precipitated.

    Bill Maher is a joke. And how come you don't slam Chris Matthews for his false history and for attacking Bachmann for her statements that were true? I bet you sat there like his faggity audience DOES and just took it in, not even realizing he tried to spin it by distorting Bachmanns statements AND KNOWING THE DIDDRENCE BETWEEN "founders" and "forbearers"

    Maher and Matthews lied you idiot.

  5. Chris Matthews was nearly apoplectic in his questioning of Tea Party Express co-founder Sal Russo on the topic of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and her controversial re-imagining of history where the founding fathers found a way to end slavery in their lifetime. Repeatedly calling Bachmann a “balloon head,” Matthews demanded to know why Russo and the Tea Party wanted Bachmann to give a response to the State of the Union address or, more generally, why they ever wanted her to open her mouth in the first place?

    I don’t believe Bachmann said anything about “in their lifetime.” But it’s Chris Matthews that needs to bone up on his American History, not Rep. Bachmann. As a Founder and the second President, it’s true that John Adams put the Republic above what was then an impossible issue to resolve. It is inaccurate to suggest he was a proponent of slavery with no role in its ultimately being eliminated in the U.S. No, he did not sacrifice the forming of a Republic for it, which is precisely what a strong position against it would have meant. But he did make his sentiments known (for more), taking pride in never having employed a slave. He is said to have found it “repugnant” and he argued against the Southern position that blacks not be included in population figures during the Continental Congress. In short, he did what he could without sacrificing the greater cause at the time.
    Adams never bought a slave and declined on principle to employ slave labor. Abigail Adams opposed slavery and employed free blacks in preference to her father’s two domestic slaves. John Adams spoke out in 1777 against a bill to emancipate slaves in Massachusetts, saying that the issue was presently too divisive, and so the legislation should “sleep for a time.” He also was against use of black soldiers in the Revolution, due to opposition from southerners. Adams generally tried to keep the issue out of national politics, because of the anticipated southern response. Though it is difficult to pinpoint the exact date on which slavery was abolished in Massachusetts, a common view is that it was abolished no later than 1780, when it was forbidden by implication in the Declaration of Rights that John Adams wrote into the Massachusetts Constitution.

    His legacy was then carried on by his son and our sixth President, John Quincy Adams, who claimed to have been inspired by his Father.

    The first President who was the son of a President, John Quincy Adams in many respects paralleled the career as well as the temperament and viewpoints of his illustrious father.

    Matthews could start here. Adams, the Founder’s son, did precisely what Bachmann claimed. Obviously she mentioned him for a reason. It’s Matthews who seems utterly uninformed as regards the pertinent bit of American History.

    What did John Quincy Adams do to help end slavery?

    John Quincy Adams was a strong opponent of slavery and used the various positions he held to promote abolition of slavery. As president he proposed programs that would lead to an end to slavery, but was unable to get it through Congress. Later in life, as a Congressman, he argued that if a civil war ever broke out the president could abolish slavery by using his war powers, a policy followed by President Abraham Linclon (Emancipation Proclamation 1863) who eventually succeeded.

    And then Matthews should read through some of the over 340,000 links pointing out how John Quincy Adams’, continuing the work of his father, Founder John Adams, worked in opposition to slavery throughout his lifetime, which is precisely what Bachmann claimed. The fight to end slavery did not begin and end with Abraham Lincoln, nor should a Founder and his legacy be dismissed by Matthews for crude and un-civil sound-bytes. Maybe he wants Olbermann’s slot on the MSLSD network? Clearly Bachmann has a more informed and nuanced understanding of American History than does he.