Friday, December 21, 2012

It’s Kerry

John Kerry will been nominated by Obama to replace Hillary Clinton. The office of Secretary of State should be more than a safe haven for Democrat presidential losers. Interestingly the first white male to hold the job since 1997. 

Thursday, December 6, 2012

WATCH: Mr Burns Explains the Fiscal Cliff

“Nate Silver can’t add”…

UPDATE:

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Pic via our co-conspirator @DavidIcke.

Friday, November 30, 2012

WATCH: Bill O’Reilly on Gangnam Style

He loves it really…

Friday, November 9, 2012

US Think Tank Channels Farage in Attack Ad

 

It seems the US election was just the beginning of the fight for the Heritage Foundation:

Farage is part of the front-line fightback…

Via @JohnRentoul

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Profundity of the Punditry: Romney Victory Special

And so the time comes to name and shame those who have been left red-faced by their ill-advised presidential predictions. We all make bad calls sometimes, but since Nate Silver was sent to save the world from this sort of thing, there really is no excuse. Top of the pile is the Telegraph’s Janet Daley, who had the misfortune of backing Mitt Romney after failing to tip John Major in 1992. After all, “I lost my chance to be the only political journalist to have made a correct prediction of that momentous election in print. Wouldn’t want that to happen again”. It didn’t…

Meanwhile American pollster Dick Morris put his misguided pipe-dream prediction that Romney would take home 325 electoral college votes down to the minority vote pulling through, while the expertly-coiffed Tim Stanley insisted that Mitt had the ‘x-factor’. Election specialist James Delingpole thought Romney had it, while Charles Moore thought his gaffes were a sign he would end up in the White House. The Sun’s Louise Mensch was insisting it wasn’t over way into the wee hours on Sky News last night…

Cameron Happy to See Obama Re-Elected

The Cameroons in Downing Street will be genuinely happy to see that an incumbent head of government can hold office despite a faltering economy:

Guido takes consolation that he won his £100 bet with the ever optimistic Dan Hodges, who bet that Obama would win by a landslide margin of 5%.

Obama’s margin is tight, tighter than it was against McCain. Republicans also advanced in Congress. America remains divided…

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Your Definitive Election Night Guide

Staying up for the long night ahead? Then’ll you need to know what to look out for and when the key results will come in.

Here is your definitive print out and check off guide to Election Night 2012

Courtesy of Jag Singh.

Video: Election 2012 Funnies

Via BBC

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

October Surprise “Obama Birth” Video

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Mitt Romney Gangnam Style


Seen Elsewhere

How to Win a Twitter Argument | Hopi Sen
Sign Petition Calling for Ruffley to Resign | Change.org
People’s PMQs Would Divide Politicians and Public | Dan Hodges
Morgan Hires Gay Rights Campaigner as SpAd | Telegraph
Don’t Underestimate Philip Hammond | Nick Wood
Labour Council Collaborates With Pro-Hamas Group | Breitbart
Qatar Sugar-Daddies of Islamist Financing | Left Foot Forward
Guido’s Column | Sun
Miliband Drawing Attention to His Mistakes is Madness | Lord Bell
Another Renewable Myth Goes Up in Smoke | Matt Ridley
Ed’s Problem is His Policies | Trevor Kavanagh


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New Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has big ambitions in his first meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu today:

“I came to bring this conflict to an end.”



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