Miller Time

Late night TV is too late for me. I catch some clips from Kimell from time to time on the internet, I like him, but the rest are pretty much mouth pieces (like the rest of Hollywood) for the latest DNC talking points. Check out Miller last night on Leno:

I catch Miller’s radio show from time to time, his regulars are some of the funniest cats going. But look how easy Leno resorts to his liberal cliff notes, war on women/ dems are more compassionate/Obama cares about the little guy, what a pantload of nonsense.

I heard that once the RNC convention gets going, they will have a running debt clock posted in the background (what a great idea,btw) and sometime during this convention the magical $16 trillion mark will hit, a moment of silence and maybe a prayer for our very survival would be appropriate.

The Republicans could very easily turn this whole farcical mime right back at them. Considering that each of us now has an individual obligation of about $114,000 to cover this debt, this is their war on women. Ditto with the unemployment numbers, more war, consumer confidence at a record low, cost of living, stagnant wages, harder to make ends meet, all warfare.

And how about the children (I sound like a caring compassionate lefty bringing up the children) and their rosy future, putting $16 trillion on their backs, sounds like warfare directed right at them. A diminished America where the next generation will have it worse then we do, where the tax burden will be greater but the services provided are less, where everything will be more expensive but with less available, where even government will have an even greater reach into our lives and our decisions because we did not limit it’s growth when we had the chance.

Obama keeps telling us that this election will determine the direction we want our nation to take, he could not be more right.

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  1. Seattle Outcast

    I know it used to be conservatives are “mean” while liberals are “stupid” – what is the current shorthand?

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  2. repmom

    Late night TV is too late for me.

    I’m usually watching TV late, but find repeats of “Frazier”, “Cheer”s, or “Golden Girls” more entertaining than the night talk shows.

    I did catch a bit of this interview last night before changing channels. As far as Leno goes, I do find him to be at least a bit more “fair” than Letterman. You can’t get more left/liberal than that guy. Can’t stand him.

    Miller’s always good for a few laughs on O’Reilly.

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  3. TxAg94

    I’m sure Leno really knows what he’s talking about when it comes ot being compassionate and having an interest in th common man. Easy to say from your garage full of million dollar cars. I will say that if it’s true he took a pay cut to save some of his staff from layoffs, good for him. I doubt he still has a clue what it means to be struggling anymore. And he had a choice in doing that. He forgets that his guy is ready to make that choice for him.

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  4. Mississippi Yankee

    Leno forgets and Miller didn’t mention “compassionate Barack” has a brother living in a tin-sided hut with an annual income of about $20.00.

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  5. CM

    Leno forgets and Miller didn’t mention “compassionate Barack” has a brother living in a tin-sided hut with an annual income of about $20.00.

    George Hussein Onyango Obama

    Youngest half-brother of Barack Obama, born c.1982, son of Barack Obama Sr.[119] and Jael Otieno (now a resident of Atlanta, Georgia).[120][121] George was six months old when his father died in an automobile accident, after which he was raised in Nairobi by his mother and a French step-father. He later lived in South Korea for two years while his mother resided there for business reasons.[120] Returning to Kenya, George Obama “slept rough for several years,”[122] until his aunt gave him a six-by-eight foot corrugated metal shack in the Nairobi, Kenya, slum of Huruma Flats.[120] As of August 2008, Obama was studying to become a mechanic.[120] George received little attention until being featured in an article in the Italian language edition of Vanity Fair in August 2008, which portrayed him as living in poverty, shame, and obscurity.[123] The article quoted George Obama as saying that he lived “on less than a dollar a month” and stated that he “does not mention his famous half-brother in conversation” out of shame at his poverty.[124] In later interviews George contradicted this picture. In an interview with The Times, he “said that he was furious at subsequent reports that he had been abandoned by the Obama family and that he was filled with shame about living in a slum.”[121] He told The Times, “Life in Huruma is good.” George Obama said that he expects no favors, that he was supported by relatives, and that reports he lived on a dollar a month were “all lies by people who don’t want my brother to win.”[121] He told The Telegraph that he was inspired by his half-brother.[120] According to Time, George “has repeatedly denied…that he feels abandoned by Obama.”[125] CNN quoted him as saying, “I was brought up well. I live well even now. The magazines, they have exaggerated everything… I think I kind of like it here. There are some challenges, but maybe it is just like where you come from, there are the same challenges.”[123] George and British journalist Damien Lewis published George’s story in a 2011 book called Homeland.[126][127]

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_of_Barack_Obama

    Sounds like he just wants to build it himself. ;-p

    I did a double-take after reading that final sentence in the quote…..made me think the whole thing was made up. But then I had a look and realised that Damien Lewis who wrote Homeland is not the Damian Lewis who acts in Homeland. Tricksies.

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  6. Mississippi Yankee

    CM, your link still doesn’t negate the fact that George lives in a tin-sided hut while his brother lives in MY house.

    Can’t a brotha throw a brotha a few bucks? Where’s the compassion? Hell he got one aunt and another uncle up in Boston into government housing. And they’re not even legal.

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  7. CM

    CM, your link still doesn’t negate the fact that George lives in a tin-sided hut while his brother lives in MY house.

    Can’t a brotha throw a brotha a few bucks? Where’s the compassion? Hell he got one aunt and another uncle up in Boston into government housing. And they’re not even legal.

    Sounds like he’s carved out a niche/role which isn’t going to work if he suddenly gets money from his half-brother and moves into somewhere half-way decent.

    George has also written a memoir, called Homeland. Published in 2012, it details how he turned his back on a middle-class Kenyan upbringing to live among the desperately poor in Nairobi’s infamous slums. The book’s precis tell us: ‘George chooses to live in the Nairobi ghetto, where he works to help the ghetto-dwellers, and especially the slum kids, overcome the challenges surrounding their lives.’

    And the book quotes George thus: ‘My brother has risen to be the leader of the most powerful country in the world. Here in Kenya, my aim is to be a leader among the poorest people on Earth: those who live in the slums.’

    In what sounds like the script for a Hollywood film, he claims to have been the driving force behind the transformation of a slum football team into one of the top sides in Kenya, known as ‘Obama’s champs’.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2186782/Obamas-slumdog-brother-Meet-hopeless-drunk-Nairobi-shanty-town-U-S-Presidents-BROTHER.html

    Perhaps when he gets rich from the film he’ll be able to help Barack, who will have disappeared down a series of scotch bottles having been beaten by Romney/Ryan in 2012 and subsequently left his wife for the vice-President of a company that makes teleprompters.

    (Did you like the source I used – the Daily Mail…..none of this namby pamby lefty shit…..just quality)

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  8. balthazar

    (Did you like the source I used – the Daily Mail…..none of this namby pamby lefty shit…..just quality)

    Careful CM your snide bitterness about being called out on your hackery is showing.

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