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She Who Must Not Be Named

Monica Lewinsky Opens Up

May 6, 2014

America’s most famous intern wrote a piece for Vanity Fair about her salacious relationship with our 42nd President.  The Lewinsky Affair led to the first impeachment of a President since 1868.  Like it or not, it’s part of history. First of all, she’s 40 now.  Yikes!  She was a 22-year-old White House intern at the [...]

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 14, 2010

The ultimate Hallmark Holiday comes again this year with promises of lavish gifts and romance for young couples and (almost) guaranteed “special occasion sex” for married ones!  I’m someone who likes these cultural holidays — I still love getting an Irish-buzz for St. Patrick’s Day and dressing up for Halloween parties, along with all the [...]

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We Never Even Called Her By Her Name

December 15, 2008

It is my great pleasure to announce that the She Who Must Not Be Named taboo has been lifted.  From this point forward, we call Hillary Clinton by her name. When we began this site in 2005, we envisioned a conservative political blog with a touch of reality television and other pop culture topics.   At [...]

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The Potential Secretary of State Pageant

November 15, 2008

I heard some Obama Cabinet buzz at dinner last night which irked me:  She Who Must Not Be Named was apparently spoken to about taking the Secretary of State job in a new Obama Nation Administration.  Great.  So the Shrill One might be in charge of pushing Obama’s international agenda to our friends and enemies [...]

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Obama’s First News Conference

November 8, 2008

Surrounded by a throng of economic guru’s the typical Imperial “Remember thou art mortal!  Remember thou art mortal!” mantra was lacking from the ears of Emperor Zero during his first news conference yesterday, as he performed meekly in my opinion: He dodged answering too many specifics on the economy. He acknowledged that the economy is a critical [...]

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Palin Highlights Obama-Ayers Connection

October 5, 2008

Finally, it seems like someone on the McCain-Palin ticket actually wants to win this election!  In her latest rounds of stump speeches, Palin is highlighting Obama’s unsavory connection to Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers.  It’s about time that this relationship be vetted. The Obama Campaign is trying to laugh this off, calling it “desperate” and [...]

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Kevin Hassett: Blame Dems for Financial Crisis

September 22, 2008

Bloomberg.com has this commentary by Kevin Hassett of the American Enterprise Institute which traces the foundations of the current market crisis to the Democrats stonewalling through procedures in committee a 2005 bill (S.190) which would have prevented Fannie and Freddie from investing in certain risky assets without oversight: hence the current crisis would never have happened because it never [...]

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Joe Biden: Patriotic Duty = Pay More Taxes

September 18, 2008

Like any lefty joe Biden believes paying more taxes is the patriotic duty of wealthier Americans!  Of course they have such selfish government-centered worldview which views the quality of citizenship from the top-down, but rarely do they ever say it so clearly.  Maybe O’Biden is really trying to get Obama to replace him sometime in October with [...]

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Day 3–The Truly Historic Moment in Denver

August 27, 2008

There was a major historical moment tonight at the Democrat National Convention… You guessed it!  At 6:49pm EDT the Democrat Party nominated a Presidential candidate with less experience than anyone in living memory! (see below)  He’s never really done anything of note, had to make a serious executive decision with true consequences, has no major legislation with his [...]

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Democrat National Convention: She Who Must Not Be Named Tells The Country What She Thinks Of Barack Obama

August 26, 2008

For the second day in a row, the Democrat Party missed a golden opportunity in their quest to trick the American people into electing Barack Obama to the Presidency. Tonight’s main event featured an address from the woman Obama defeated in the primaries, She Who Must Not Be Named and she did Obama no favors. [...]

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She Who WILL NOT Be Named

August 22, 2008

Drudge was calling it “The Big Diss” others are calling it a major “stiff” but the realization that not only will She Who Must Not Be Named NOT be on the Democrat ticket, but apparently the Obama people did not even entertain the idea by even vetting her must be very frustrating!  We’re still waiting for The One’s [...]

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John Kerry… For Vice President?

August 15, 2008

The Veepstakes game is not a precise science, but some today are seriously thinking that John F’in Kerry, Lurch himself, could be on Obama’s short list for his “foreign policy credentials:”  like Kerry’s famous ”global test” debacle of 2004, or his Vietnam War service, complete with lying about our troop’s behavior to Congress once he got home?    I’m sure the Obama [...]

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Roll Call Vote at the Democrat National Convention

August 14, 2008

The 2008 Democrat National Convention will feature something that hasn’t been seen at a major party convention since 1992, a roll call vote. Still fuming over the cancellation of their candidate’s coronation, supporters of Obama’s primary opponent, She Who Must Not Be Named, will now have the opportunity to put their PUMA credentials on full [...]

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Obama’s FISA Flip-Flop

July 9, 2008

It’s been really entertaining lately watching Barack Obama pretend that he’s a moderate and hasn’t changed any of his positions despite all the YouTube and print-media evidence to the contrary.  Today’s FISA reauthorization/clarification bill is a great example: Here’s an Obama spokesman’s remarks from a talking-points memo from October 2007 on the issue of the FISA [...]

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One Look at the Bush Legacy

June 22, 2008

Finally a journalist who has some sense of historical perspective beyond the contemporary headlines!  Andrew Roberts wrote this article* comparing George W. Bush to another heavily maligned US president in his day, Harry S Truman. I think the comparison may stand in historical perspective.  Harry Truman was deeply disliked by the American people in 1952, blamed for [...]

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Obama Bounced

June 17, 2008

Usually a Presidential candidate who has just received their party’s nomination gets a traditional “bounce” in the polls in the weeks following their success.  However, Obama has not received such a bounce:  the same bounce that had Mondale up by 20 in 1984 and Dukakis up by 17 in 1988.  The bounce may be delayed, [...]

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She Finally Bowed Out

June 7, 2008

Only 45 minutes late to her concession speech (not bad for that family), She Who Must Not Be Named graciously accepted defeat and told her cronies to support Barack Obama.  The crowd was sad, but highly enthused throughout the speech.  However, every single time she brought up how she will support the Empty Suit, a [...]

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Carter Gives Advice to Obama

June 4, 2008

Don’t do it, dude!  Just don’t do it!  That was the gist of Jimmah Carter’s advice to Obama.  “It” being Obama naming She Who Must Not Be Named as Veep.  However, others have a different point of view, saying that putting the She-Witch on the ticket could unite the party!  Or it could, as Carter [...]

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No White House For She Who Must Not Be Named

June 3, 2008

It isn’t really news since the race for the Democrat nomination has been over for a while now, but tonight it is official. She Who Must Not Be Named has been defeated. Barack Obama has the delegates necessary to win the Democrat nomination and will face John McCain in November. Although it did not unfold [...]

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The Democrat Race… as of Right Now

June 3, 2008

Barack Obama is on the verge of officially claiming victory over She Who Must Not Be Named.  This morning MSNBC was reporting that insiders believed SWMNBN was going to effectively drop out tonight.  Then, denials from the campaign.  No shock from NBC, the media wing of Obama’s campaign, for running with the rumors. Later today, talk of a [...]

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Are Liberals More Likely to Lie?

June 2, 2008

So says Peter Schweizer in this article from the New York Examiner.  The studies cited do not talk about politician’s honest, but regular people like you and me.  Time after time, self-described liberals tend to be a bit more dishonest in their everyday comings and goings than self-described conservatives.  Where Schweizer does bring this into [...]

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Uniting the Party

June 1, 2008

It looks like even though She Who Must Not Be Named won Puerto Rico, Obama’s on the verge of clinching the whole thing.  Here’s how a SWMNBN supporter is reacting to this development: Hat Tip Drudge.

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She Who Must Not Be Named Wins Puerto Rico Primary

June 1, 2008

Add Puerto Rico to the growing list of Democrat constituencies to fact express buyers’ remorse over the nomination of Barack Obama. Earlier today, She Who Must Not Be Named defeated the Empty Suit on the island despite the fact that Obama is the presumptive Democrat nominee. Luckily for Obama, it appears that he may at [...]

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Dems Meet to Discuss Michigan and Florida Today

May 31, 2008

One simple question:  if this is how the Dems run their party, what’ll it be like when they run the country? Of course, we know the answer to that question, so let’s try to prevent that shall we?  The party that picked on Bush and the Republicans for eight years about mysterious “missing votes” in [...]

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Obama: Gaffing His Way to the White House

May 27, 2008

The blogosphere is buzzing with news and facts about Barack Obama’s own statements that would have destroyed any Republican or She Who Must Not Be Named.  Malkin’s got great coverage of the most recent one:  that Barry’s uncle was one of the first on the scene to liberate Auschwitz.  I knew Obama had communist tendencies, [...]

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Is She Who Must Not Be Named Being “Dean Screamed”?

May 24, 2008

I think the MSM might try to make this RFK statement made by She Who Must Not Be Named their 2008 Election attempt at another “Dean Scream.” In defense of SWMNBN (shudder), she was just indicating that historically the primaries are still wide open in June and there is no precedent of getting out this early in tight primary races [...]

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Bush Speech Irks Obama, Dems

May 15, 2008

President Bush was giving a speech to the Israeli Knesset commemorating the 60th birthday of Israel.  One of the most traumatic events in the history of the Jews and an integral part of the history of the state of Israel was the Holocaust, which only happened because of the horrors of World War II.  That war [...]

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John Edwards Boldly Endorses Obama

May 14, 2008

Not that we needed any more proof that the race for the Democrat Party nomination is over, but if this doesn’t scare She Who Must Not Be Named’s death eaters into thinking that she can’t win this year, then nothing will. For months now, Democrats have wondered which candidate John Edwards would endorse despite the [...]

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Cuntry Roads: She Who Must Not Be Named Wins West Virginia Primary

May 13, 2008

She Who Must Not Be Named won tonight’s West Virginia Democrat Primary by a landslide. Despite tonight’s lopsided result, little has changed in the race for the other party’s nomination. As was the case before tonight, the primary is essentially over. I mean, she was singing months ago. (I wonder if Barack Obama could name [...]

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SNL Makes The Case For She Who Must Not Be Named

May 11, 2008

I think it’s a sad day for She Who Must Not Be Named when two of the three SNL spoof’s arguments for her to stay in the race are accurate. It’s a funny day for us however.

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