Photo of the Week: Chicago Billboard Advertises Communism

November 13, 2011

The problem with Chicago, they are not in the old Soviet Union … home of communism, glorious communism.

That’s right folks, you didn’t misread that headline. A reader sent in this photo of a billboard advertising “Vision and Communism,” taken near Milwaukee Ave. and Bloomingdale in Chicago’s trendy-north-side Bucktown neighborhood.

Communism has no vision, people like Obama only have prison camps

The aggressive propaganda is being used to “advertise” a Soviet propaganda art exhibitat the “Smart Museum of Art” at the University of Chicago.

Tell me the communists aren’t coming. Their leader is the one.


Washington Post Steps Up Attacks on Marco Rubio

October 28, 2011

Obviously Marco has gotten to big for thew Washington Post, so they need take him down a peg or two … This is peg two, after the success they had with the first try.

We have a President of the United States who, for twenty years, worshiped in Jeremiah Wright’s church, had his house paid for by Tony Rezko, claimed his uncle freed Jews at Auschwitz, snorted cocaine, and got other key biographical details wrong and the Washington Post never seemed to think he was too risky?

So the left is using the Washington Post to attack Rubio now, just as the Obama Administration has begun attacking Mitt Romney now. The calculus is that Romney will be the nominee and Rubio the veep pick. Consequently, the left is on the attack now trying to damage Rubio’s reputation as much as possible. CNN reports the Democrats even have a PAC run by a former Harry Reid staffer engaged in this.

The Democrats are deathly afraid of what Marco Rubio as the GOP’s Vice Presidential nominee could do to Obama’s re-election chances and the long term fortunes

RedState’s ———– Eric Erikson has the scoop

Marco Rubio

Last week, the Washington Post attacked Marco Rubio for “misrepresenting” his family’s story. The Post got called out by other newspapers for the Post’s egregious truth stretching to make its story fit. In the quotes the Washington Post cited, the reporter misrepresented the context of Marco Rubio’s remarks. It was true that Rubio had gotten some details wrong. But it was also very clear that they were the innocent mistakes of a son retelling his parents’ story. It was also true the Washington Post got parts of its reporting wrong.

But the Washington Post has not stopped. Now the paper is back at it premising a new article on the last story without nothing the Washington Post itself got key elements of its story wrong. This time, the Washington Post wants to make the case that Marco Rubio could be a risky Vice Presidential pick for the GOP.

Now seriously, do you expect this story will stick???

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