Howard Stern Was So Right. It’s IMPOSSIBLE to Embarrass Bill Clinton

It is hilarious to watch the swooning of the Lame Stream Media over Bill Clinton’s latest star turn on behalf of Barack Obama. Remember when Bubba told a cheering audience at the Dem convention that no one, not even he, could have done a better job fixing the horrible mess that the One inherited? They gushed that that one statement from the former president, in which he vouched for Barack, made all the difference. As noted frequently on The Teri O’Brien Show, and in this space, naturally that’s true. Seriously, if you can find a better person to vouch for another’s integrity and competence, than the only elected president in American history to be impeached, and impeached for lying under oath about sex with an intern, I’d like to see such a person. Apparently, the irony of this appeal is lost on Clinton himself. Yesterday in Pennsylvania, he said:

“You’re laughing, but who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?” Clinton asked, after discounting a claim in a recent Romney ad that the Obama administration’s auto bailout hurt American workers.

“When I was a kid, if I got my hand caught in the cookie jar, where it wasn’t supposed to be, I turned red in my face, and I took my hand out of the cookie jar,” Clinton added.

Apparently, no mention was made of Bill getting any other parts of his anatomy caught inside of anywhere, anything or anyone else.

Just how uninformed and/or stupid does the Obama campaign think we are?

Why Romney Will Win in a Landslide: Today on the Teri O’Brien Show, 11/4/12

Our friends in the Lame Steam Media are trying to convince themselves that Barack Obama’s “presidential” handling of the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, along with the effusive praise he received from Gov. Chris Christie, will push him over the finish line on Tuesday. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think that images of the One playing dress-up in a bomber jacket, and hugging a couple of storm victims before jetting off to another screech fest of silly slogans, are sufficient to cause the American public to ignore images of people in Manhattan dumpster diving, not to mention his demonstrable and pathetic performance on the issue of the economy. Unemployment is higher today than when he took office. How can this be? All Obama mouthpieces on the Sunday shows claim that they have created 5.5 million jobs, but just how many jobs have been created during Barack Obama’s tenure in office? (Hint: a lot fewer than David Plouffe, David Axelrod, and Barack Obama are telling you.)

The two biggest battleground prizes are Ohio and Florida. We’ll be joined today by experts on the ground in both of these states to help us figure out what to make of the dizzying array of polls. Jacob Larger, a contributor to one of the leading political blogs in the Buckeye State, Third Base Politics, and Sarah Rumpf, self-described over caffeinated lawyer and the publisher of Sunshine State Sarah. I want to ask her whether democrats are planting fake bombs in Winter Park, FL. I’ll ask them both if they agree with me that all the clichès repeated endlessly today by the talking heads about the presidential race being “so close,” even “tied,” so that we are in for a “late night” are not true. I plan to be sipping champagne by 11 pm Central because I’m convinced that Gov. Romney will win both Ohio, Florida, and probably Pennsylvania. Am I engaging in wishful thinking? Perhaps I’m not being optimistic enough. Is it possible that even bluer than blue Illinois could turn red? Chicago journalist/blogger Marathon Pundit will weigh in on that, and tell us about the invitation he got from the Obama campaign to attend and “election night” (not “victory”) party.

Regardless of who gets its 20 electoral votes, Barack Obama’s home state Illinois is Exhibit A for those who want to see the results of liberal democrat, big government, tax-and-spend policies. For the last three decades, Illinois has been controlled by Mike Madigan, who has been Speaker of the House for 27 of the last 29 years, and who is also Chairman of the Illinois democrat party. Any hope of changing things in this state starts with changing the people in Springfield, and not electing any more foot soldiers for Mike Madigan’s army. Dr. Barbara Bellar, candidate for the Illinois State Senate, is one courageous citizen who hopes to do that. She’ll join us to respond to her opponent’s recent accusations that she has inflated her resume, and explain what a lawsuit over strip searches in the Cook County Sheriff’s Office filed in 2007 has to do with her opponent’s qualification for office.

Not only are Barack Obama’s policies are failure at home. Nearly 2 months ago, Ambassador Stevens and 3 other brave Americans were murdered in Benghazi, and we still don’t have the answers to at least two critical questions: (1) what did the president know and (2) when did he know it? Will this issue have any impact on Tuesday’s election?

Tune in today for the rest of the story.

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PA Judge States Obvious, Left Squeals Like Stuck Pigs

Yesterday’s ruling by a Pennsylvania court upholding the state’s voter ID law has resulted in the predictable wailing and gnashing of teeth by the usual leftists, outraged by the fact that dogs, dead people, and even dead dogs might be denied the right to vote for Barack Obama and other democrats. He wrote:

In Pennsylvania, the voter ID requirement is a “reasonable, non-discriminatory, non-severe burden when viewed in the broader context of the widespread use of photo ID in daily life,” Simpson wrote in his opinion. “The Commonwealth’s asserted interest in protecting public confidence in elections is a relevant and legitimate state interest sufficiently weighty to justify the burden.”

Duh. But what is common sense to nearly everyone in the country, is obviously some sinister plot to deny their mascot groups the right to vote. They deny the existence of vote fraud, and whine about “voter suppression,” a heinous activity that, of course, does not include cudgel-weilding thugs in paramilitary garb outside a Philadelphia polling place. Their friends in the White House, including the ridiculous racialist Attorney General, agree.

I ask those who howl about the voter ID laws to consider the election of the clownish senator from Minnesota, one Al Franken. Recall that Mr. Franken won by 312 votes. As Byron York, making reference to the new book, “Who’s Counting?”, by conservative journalist John Fund and former Bush Justice Department official Hans von Spakovsky. writes in the Washington Examiner:

In the ’08 campaign, Republican Sen. Norm Coleman was running for re-election against Democrat Al Franken. It was impossibly close; on the morning after the election, after 2.9 million people had voted, Coleman led Franken by 725 votes.

Franken and his Democratic allies dispatched an army of lawyers to challenge the results. After the first canvass, Coleman’s lead was down to 206 votes. That was followed by months of wrangling and litigation. In the end, Franken was declared the winner by 312 votes. He was sworn into office in July 2009, eight months after the election.

During the controversy a conservative group called Minnesota Majority began to look into claims of voter fraud. Comparing criminal records with voting rolls, the group identified 1,099 felons — all ineligible to vote — who had voted in the Franken-Coleman race.

Fast forward to March, 2010, when Sen. Franken provided an essential vote to pass Obamacare.

A suggestion for all my do-gooder lib friends, so obsessed with making sure that their supporters (welfare recipients, illegal aliens, felons, and the similarly-situated) are permitted to vote: rather than spending so much time and money trying to fight common sense laws that protect the integrity of the ballot, why not focus your energies on helping your voters get the required ID? I’ll leave it to you to provide the answer in the comments below.