Darrell Issa to require Obama to present a strategic plan to defeat ISIS

http://twitter.com/#!/DarrellIssa/status/507634967111692288

Nearly everyone, from everyday citizens to politicians to celebrities, has been calling on President Obama to present a plan on dealing with ISIS. Add House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chair Darrell Issa to that list. Rep. Issa on Monday will introduce a joint resolution to require President Obama to present to Congress a strategic plan to defeat ISIS.

http://twitter.com/#!/DarrellIssa/status/507635328447164416
http://twitter.com/#!/DarrellIssa/status/507635722270953472
http://twitter.com/#!/DarrellIssa/status/507635962403651584
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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/09/04/rep-darrell-issa-to-introduce-joint-resolution-requiring-obama-to-present-strategic-plan-to-defeat-isis/

‘Lib heads explode’ at CRNC ads; Lena Dunham’s lady parts get a pass [video]

http://twitter.com/#!/FreedomBruce/status/517691932542128129

The College Republican National Committee is out with a new digital ad campaign spoofing “Say Yes to the Dress”:

BREAKING: The CRNC's newest digital ad campaign across 16 states. #youthvote #redcampus http://t.co/GsRDBdg4xx

— College Republicans (@CRNC) October 1, 2014

Here’s the one they made for the Florida gubernatorial race:

But would you believe it? Lefties have their panties in a twist!

@AndrewHClark @CRNC Women are so stupid that we need to reframe politics as a fake wedding for them to get it. You're right. Amazing!

— Charlie Rybak (@charlierybak) October 2, 2014

Stupid? √ Sexist? √ Cheesy? √. Trifecta! College Republicans Say Yes To Rick Scott http://t.co/vWjG3h68DA

— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) October 1, 2014

The #GOP's Sexist Reality TV Spoofs Aren't Going to Win Over #Female Voters Women want more than husbands, believe it http://t.co/IyzvSCKywO

— L G J (@wcgirl1) October 2, 2014

And the award for the most #sexist political ad of the year goes to @CRNC! Congrats on belittling #FL women http://t.co/zslBanIruH #FLgov

— Travis Swanson (@TeeSwanJr) October 1, 2014

. @AlexandraCSmith @CRNC it was A. Not funny and B. Really, really offensive. But kudos for making Asa Hutchinson look sexist. well done.

— julie, just (@vintagegoddess) October 1, 2014

Still amazed that the @CRNC could release such a sexist and demeaning ad. Not one person raised opposition to this during production? #arpx

— ezra smith (@ezra_smith) October 1, 2014

Congrats @CRNC! @TIME: "This is the most sexist Republican ad of the year." https://t.co/MkWRWuWnBA

— Rob Flaherty (@Rob_Flaherty) October 1, 2014

Sexist & stupid RT @SaintPetersblog @TIME @CRNC ad for Rick Scott is “most sexist Republican ad of the year” https://t.co/WnAQGC58HQ #FlaPol

— AJDorsey (@AJDorsey) October 1, 2014

The College Republicans Put Out the Most Offensively Sexist Ad Ever for Rick Snyder http://t.co/ig98oJlRYh via @politicususa #p2 #p2b #ctl

— PoliticusUSA (@politicususa) October 2, 2014

Bow before the genius of the @CRNC. "I KNOW: LET'S TARGET YOUNG WOMEN BY COMPARING CANDIDATES TO WEDDING DRESSES!" https://t.co/eCo8zohlm8

— Alexis Goldstein (@alexisgoldstein) October 2, 2014

.@CRNC you should probably just stick to paying call centers to make fundraising calls instead of making sexist ads. pic.twitter.com/bBukwm9Y4B

— Ben Sharpe (@iamsharpe) October 2, 2014

Srsly??? RT @RepublicanSwine: The College Republicans Put Out the Most Offensively Sexist Ad Ever for Rick Snyder http://t.co/fYDungqGjH

— Frank Maynard (@nf8m) October 2, 2014

.@CRNC "Say Yes To Rick Scott" ad targeting women voters is sexist, patronizing & just bizarre http://t.co/dNGyKuBAO8 #sayfie #FlaPol #flgov

— Justin Snyder (@JustinSnyderFL) October 1, 2014

.@cologop @CRNC @bobbeauprez Fun? or incredibly offensive/sexist/condescending and just shows how out of touch GOP are with women

— Sabrina Singh (@sabrinasingh24) October 1, 2014

@cassielee514 @CRNC Ha, GOP still classically clueless. Sexists gotta sexist, I guess.

— stardust (@ofthestardust) October 1, 2014

@AlexandraCSmith @CRNC Im sorry strong women don't look at picking a candidate to vote for like buying a dress.

— lyric thompson (@lyric_thompson) October 2, 2014

With the NC CRs' strong stance against voter reg and the nat'l committee's horribly sexist ads, this is really not a strong week for @CRNC.

— Evan Goldstein (@egoldstein93) October 2, 2014

The CRNC plans more sexist ads in Florida? What's the next one going to say, "Jobless, no health insurance, barefoot and pregnant?" #flgov

— Beach Peanuts (@BeachPeanuts) October 2, 2014

The College Republican National Committee may have made "the Most Sexist Republican Ad of the Year" for Tom Corbett http://t.co/89DWnitOGX

— Philly Mag (@phillymag) October 2, 2014

Say “no” to sexist pandering: College Republicans release hilariously bad ad for Rick Scott, insult women [VIDEO]: http://t.co/cjRrhmwJxL

— Orlando Weekly (@OrlandoWeekly) October 2, 2014

Are College Republicans As Creepy As Their Stupid 'Say Yes To The Dress' Ad? http://t.co/gejnyC7zxS

— Crooks and Liars (@crooksandliars) October 2, 2014

The GOP’s sad attempts to court women's votes remind me of a love-struck guy who just can’t take the hint. http://t.co/Zxx8aG5OTj

— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) October 2, 2014

"Voting is hard, right ladies?" That's @estherbreger skewering new GOP ads targeting young women http://t.co/Zabsh47aWn

— Jonathan Cohn (@CitizenCohn) October 2, 2014

The College Republicans' "Say Yes to the Candidate" ads are probably the most embarrassing, demeaning & sexist political ads I've ever seen.

— Kyle Griffis (@JKGriff) October 2, 2014

Dumbsh*t college repub's not be learning much. Amazingly terrible sexist add. And they're the future of the GOP? http://t.co/XbmGFtDbUj

— KennethMontana (@KennethFurrow) October 2, 2014

Yeah, those College Republicans ads are, like, so sexist and degrading to women. Not like those empowering ones from liberals:

So amusing to see lib heads explode over @CRNC wedding dress ad targeting women. Same libs gushed over @lenadunham Obama/boyfriend ads.

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 2, 2014

@alexisgoldstein @CRNC Is it much worse than encouraging the loss of voting virginity to Obama as per @lenadunham ? https://t.co/TqSKQcXqwk

— Ken Monahan (@Foudroyant) October 2, 2014

Really? Lena Dunham compared it to losing your virginity @lyric_thompson @AlexandraCSmith @CRNC

— Think Freely (@BruceNV) October 2, 2014

The hypocrisy in the media over the @CRNC ad & @LeahDunham ad is astounding. Not a fan of either ad, but one is panned, other is celebrated.

— Matt Frendewey (@mattfrendewey) October 2, 2014

If you're a journo criticizing @CRNC wedding dress ads now, but praised @lenadunham's ad in 2012, you just might be a hack.

— Saat Alety (@SaatAlety) October 2, 2014

The hypocrisy. It scorches.

Democrats are allowed to use pop culture references in ads. Republicans can’t. That’s the media rule guys, @CRNC should know this.

— Andrew Clark (@AndrewHClark) October 1, 2014

OMG! Young GOP women are reaching millenials w/current pop culture analogies & humor. Femmes & Dems OUTRAGED!!! @crnc

— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) October 2, 2014

The GOP is finding a way to connect with young people without resorting to creepy sex analogies? Sounds like they’re doing it right.

Oh, and for those who are wondering:

.@CRNC So.. about that sexist ad you folks put together… I imagine a bunch of white dudes thought this one up.. #OutOfTouch

— Justin Snyder (@JustinSnyderFL) October 1, 2014

Question for the @CRNC: Are all the young people featured in this ad actually Republicans? Serious Q.

— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) October 1, 2014

Ahem:

And just so we're clear, these are the strong, talented women who wrote the @CRNC's "Say Yes" ads! pic.twitter.com/iQHusGJVp3

— Alex Smith (@AlexandraCSmith) October 1, 2014

Again, as I said yesterday, here are the sexists who wrote/produced the ad. @javallon @CRNC @charlierybak pic.twitter.com/ucoS9Lxzpn

— Andrew Clark (@AndrewHClark) October 2, 2014

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/02/say-yes-to-the-hypocrisy-lib-heads-explode-at-college-republicans-ads-lena-dunhams-lady-parts-get-a-pass-video/

Why The GOP Spent $150,000 for Palin’s Wardrobe

During the Presidential campaign, the Democrats found this tidbit of information regarding Palin.

We found it amusing because Obama took in well north of 600 million dollars in his campaign.  As a percentage of that amount, this was .02%.  Read that again.  .02%.

Most of the items the Democrats qualified as wardrobe were props for appearances in various parts of the country, worn for the appearance and returned or given to charities to help cancer, orphaned children, etc.  We would like to see Obama give back his 600 million to the poor, or John Edwards return his $1250 for his haircut to feed a starving child.

But the Democrats have made it a historic article, even though the election is completely over.

Let’s put this in perspective.  If Sarah had earned this much in a year, Obama would have given her a tax cut.

One liberal rag even published this article that poses a lie about Sarah that she wants to be the ambassador to Africa.  This after more lies about comments she made about Africa.  They then blocked all comments from readers.  The man that wrote the article isn’t worth the dirt on the bottom of Sarah’s borrowed shoes.

The same political rag published this nonsense about Africa. The writer looks like she is 12 and writes like it is her IQ.  Get something real to say guys.  There are important issues.  Lying about Sarah and imaginary people doesn’t help your cause.

Get over it dudes, we know you liberals love Sarah, but the election is over.