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Gag-worthy: Bipartisan indignance over “Barack the Magic Negro” parody

by Michelle Malkin

Oh, give me a super-sized break.

Leftie ’60s leftover/songwriter Peter Yarrow at the Huffington Post fumes over the “Barack the Magic Negro” parody that has RNC candidate Chip Saltsman in hot water.

All of sudden — after eight years of “F**k Bush” bumper stickers and “Kill Bush” assassination chic and Bush-or-Chimp parodies — the left is concerned about insulting the office of the Presidency?

Now, they are concerned with protecting the dignity of the office and with forging “commong ground and mutual respect?”:

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I couldn’t agree more with Michelle here. Libs take every opportunity, justifiable or otherwise, to jab, jeer, insult, demonize, and ostracize conservative politicians but act taken aback, insulted, horrified, and shocked whenever one of their own is the butt of a joke.

As far as I’m concerned, they’d better prepare for 4 years of such hazing. It’s time they learned we can dish it out as well as we can take it.

In that spirit, here’s a YouTube video of the parody in question. C’mon Mr. President-elect and Rev. Sharpton, you have to admit this is funny.

Just so nobody thinks I’m trying to mislead anyone–Keith Olberman’s not really singing the song!  It’s humor.

December 29, 2008 Posted by | Liberal Media, Obama | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

GOP meeting eyed for top post hopefuls

by  at The Washington Times

A power struggle that will determine the future leadership of the Republican Party has broken into the open as dissatisfied Republican leaders pushed for a meeting early next month that they hope will be the first step toward ending Washington-based control of the party.

In a move seen as a backlash against years of control of the Republican National Committee (RNC) by allies of President Bush and their District-based consulting firms, several senior members of the party’s governing body are working to call an extra meeting to hear from all candidates for national chairman three weeks before the election for the post is scheduled.

The effort is seen by party insiders as an attempt to allow all six candidates for chairman to have an equal shot at the job, rather than giving an edge to the incumbent chairman, Robert M. “Mike” Duncan.

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December 26, 2008 Posted by | GOP | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A guide to the RNC chairman race

By at Politico

The six contenders for Republican National Committee chair are rolling out every gimmick, plan and endorsement in the hopes of gaining an edge — any edge — in the tight contest for the GOP’s top job.

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December 18, 2008 Posted by | GOP | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment