Sunday, January 08, 2012

I am so f-ing sick of these left-wing, old media hacks running GOP debates. I want a conservative bloggers' debate!

So the chief political operative for a disgraced, impeached ex-president is the right guy to moderate a Republican debate?

And with America's debt surpassing 100% of GDP -- which makes us, officially, a debtor nation; with Iran threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz; with China gearing up for war; with Islamists rising throughout the Middle East; with rating agencies threatening to further downgrade the United States; George Stephanapolous wants to discuss banning contraception? Really?

No, that's the perverted worldview of a manic progressive, attempting to tar Republicans as religious throwbacks through his interrogatories.

Here's a solution: we need a conservative bloggers' debate.

I nominate Ace of Spades, Andrew Breitbart, Ed Morrissey, Erick Erickson, Jim Hoft, John Hawkins, Michelle Malkin and Glenn Reynolds.

I can guaran-damn-tee that their combined audiences dwarf Stephanapolous' ratings.

So who do we have to sue to pull this off?


19 comments:

Reliapundit said...

CALL GOOGLE OR BING TO CO=SPONSOR WITH PBS.

Rose said...

I would love it if Breitbart could pull this off - somehow!

bearlythr said...

I dont know butt am in on any class action against the classless assh@les currently occupying the White House...just let me know

Mt Top Patriot said...

Amazing. Speaks volumes about the next crop of Manchurian "candidates" not a one has stood up to such staged left wing political dimmitude.
Makes one wonder what little true character any of them posses. Some had little problem grouching about Donald Trump moderating a "debate". But put these commie SOB's in charge and they genuflect and submit like programmed slaves to such agitprop in action.
Makes me want to puke.

wtng2fish said...

Karl, Charles, Bill-O and George Soros need to die of natural causes.

Zilla/MJ said...

You forgot to Add Doug Ross and Stacy McCain, now THAT would be some moderating debatifying that I'd like to see! Otherwise, Doug, I give this post a big ole HELL YEAH! I am freaking sick of it too. The gutless GOP needs to grow a pair and stop submitting their candidates to these assholifying debates run by hostile prog jackasses.

Kim said...

I love the idea!!!!!!

Anything I can do to help - I am in!!!!!!

Barry Popik said...

The NDAA was signed into law less than 10 days ago. ANY RESPONSIBLE JOURNALIST would ask about the NDAA. Do you, candidate, support the NDAA? How do you feel about indefinite detention of U.S. citizens on U.S. soil without a trial or even a legal charge? But no, that would bring the attack against Barack Obama, so you ask about contraception (a non-issue) simply to make Republicans look stupid. Just appalling from ABC.

A conservative bloggers debate is too logical and makes too much sense, so it's probably too much to ask of these Republican candidates.

See my non-award winning website (mentioned in D Magazine this week) on the origin of this saying:

"He who frames the issue wins the debate."

Roger Fortier said...

Leaving the spin on Republican debates to progressives concedes a huge tactical advantage to the democrats.

Why on earth do we do this?

Are there any competent strategists remaining on the right? Hello...

Peter F said...

Jim Hoft?
He's one of the thickest humans I'm forced to be exposed to on a regular basis. I literally know children with higher IQs.

Meanwhile, you're complaining that coach makes pre-season training too hard and needs to be replaced with someone who will remove tackling.

directorblue said...

Hey, Peter Schmuck -

Gee, how about real questions like the President declaring the Senate in recess, when the Senate itself says it's not -- a clear violation of the Constitution?

How about the president signing a law allow him to detain U.S. citizens indefinitely without trial?

No, real questions, about real issues, drone.

Don't let the blog's door hit you on your ass on the way out.

Donald Douglas said...

Linked: 'George Stephanopoulos Under Fire for Lame GOP Debate Moderation'.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Doug - finally, a real Double Jeopardy question.

I want to bet it all on: NFW - it's never gonna happen.

14 debates into this circus, the GOP has no intention of answering real questions from real voters. I started optimistically when the straws were drawn and now know they swim in the same friggin' tank as the demonrats. Any candidate that actually appears bouyant will have his head and legs chopped off by the other sharks. This is not election - this is a narcissist wet dream.

Time for a real third party - the other two aren't worth diddly.

Anonymous said...

Replace Malkin with Doug Ross and I'm in!

Anonymous said...

It's a fine idea but a year too late.

directorblue said...

@Anon - 5:06,

Sorry, dude, but I'm not ready to give up this country to the Marxists yet.

A third party is suicidal - it's a vote for Obama, which I refuse to do.

No, it took 80 years for us to get here and 80 years it will take to get us back to a Constitutional republic.

And to do so, we must flush the big government statists from the Republican Party. We made a down payment in 2010, and it's going to take several more election cycles to finish the job.

Support your local Tea Party, take over your local GOP, and stop whining about a third party when we can do what Reagan did.

Anonymous said...

Needs more ZIP.

Duke C said...

I can think of a few critical thinkers to moderate a Bloggers New Media Debate: Prof Wm Jefferson, Jim Hoft, Dana Loesh, Ed Morissey, Michelle Malkin, Briebart, just to name a few

Gunner said...

That's a great idea, but the party of stupid will just keep lining up for more abuse.

The democrats refused to attend a Fox sponsored debate in 2008, but the republicans still don't get it.

I can't understand the leadership of this party.