8 of the Most Surprising Vice Presidential Candidates Ever Suggested 

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A very interesting list of potential vice presidents.

Clint Eastwood? Oprah? Look back on a few of the wildcard suggestions.

Source: 8 of the Most Surprising Vice Presidential Candidates Ever Suggested | Mental Floss


Furious Jordanian King quotes Clint Eastwood to US officials after gruesome pilot murder

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This is from BizPac Review.

Jordan’s King Abdullah has the right idea about these animals need to be hunted down and executed and their support network among their families wiped out also.


During the course of a conversation Jordan’s King Abdullah had with House members following news of the gruesome execution of the Jordanian pilot, the furious ruler quoted a line of iconic tough-guy actor Clint Eastwood from his film, “Unforgiven.”

After Islamic State terrorists released as 22-minute video depicting the young pilot being burned to death after he was doused with gasoline, Abdullah met in a private session with members of the House Armed Services Committee, the Washington Examiner reported.

“He said there is going to be retribution like ISIS hasn’t seen,” said Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter Jr., a Marine Corps wartime veteran who was in the meeting with the king. “He mentioned ‘Unforgiven’ and he mentioned Clint Eastwood, and he actually quoted a part of the movie.”

Eastwood both directed and starred in the film, playing the role of a retired Old West gunslinger who reluctantly takes on one last job.

The Examiner reported:

Hunter would not say which part of “Unforgiven” the king quoted, but noted it was where Eastwood’s character describes how he is going to deliver his retribution. There is a scene in the picture in which Eastwood’s character, William Munny, says, “Any man I see out there, I’m gonna kill him. Any son of a bitch takes a shot at me, I’m not only going to kill him, I’m going to kill his wife and all his friends and burn his damn house down.”

“He’s angry,” Hunter said of his conversation with the king. “They’re starting more sorties tomorrow than they’ve ever had. They’re starting tomorrow. And he said, ‘The only problem we’re going to have is running out of fuel and bullets.”

“He’s ready to get it on,” Hunter added. “He really is. It reminded me of how we were after 9/11. We were ready to give it to them.”

Neither Abdullah nor the lawmakers brought up President Obama’s name during the meeting, according to Hunter.

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Actors Who Are Pro Gun


This is from Bullets First.

In la-la land when tend to think in terms of Liberals and Conservatives, we find that Liberals are far and away more numerous in the acting profession than Conservatives.  That seems pretty clear, though I feel many right leaners tend to stay quiet about their views in order to have a career and I won’t fault them for that.

But here is the funny thing, the right to keep and bear arms is not a Liberal v Conservative issue (though it often falls that way), it is a control v freedom issue and many of my friends who are center left have come to embrace gun ownership as part of the American identity.  While we may not agree on healthcare, taxes or any other big government socialist like agenda’s we come together on the 2nd Amendment.

It is the notion of freedom and control of one’s own destiny that has seen a large increase in gun ownership in both women and liberals.

It comes at no surprise then that there are many actors in Hollywood that keep themselves armed.  So long as they don’t pull the traditional liberal hypocrisy of saying THEY deserve to be armed while the peons should go without, I will not fault them for their other misguided notions for they got the most important one right.

Of course you have the Tom Selleck‘s of the world who are notable in their support of the 2nd Amendment and an open supporter of the NRA and the Luke Bryan‘s (country singer) who is the co-owner of Buck Commander.

But then you have some other stars who you may be surprised to know take gun ownership and protecting their family personally.

Stars like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.

Jolie: ”Brad and I are not against having a gun in the house, and we do have one. And yes, I’d be able to use it if I had to… If anybody comes into my home and tries to hurt my kids, I’ve no problem shooting them.”

Pitt: ”America is a country founded on guns. It’s in our DNA. It’s very strange, but I feel better having a gun. I really do. I don’t feel safe, I don’t feel the house is completely safe, if I don’t have one hidden somewhere. That’s my thinking, right or wrong.”

Very sensible opinion.  Now, do I expect the couple to go out and campaign against the SAFE Act, or lobby the federal government to do away with Title II requirements?  No.  But I know a lot of “traditional” gun owners who don’t believe in the individuals right to own so called “assault” weapons.  I think Pitt and Jolie have the understanding of the basis of gun ownership and in Hollywood that’s a pretty big step.

Other Hollywood stars offering different logical views on guns:

James Earl Jones: ”The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose.

Christian Slater offers up a classic: “It’s better to have a gun and not need it than to need a gun and not have it.”

And while we have country singers who one would traditionally view as pro gun such as Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert, Lambert takes on a very Libertarian view on the whole thing;

Lambert: ”I carry a weapon. I got a death threat a few years ago and was really scared. But I don’t want bodyguards. I am my own security.”

While some personalities have grown with the idea of the 2nd Amendment others have had the ephiphany dawn on them in dramatic fashion such as The View’s co-host Sherri Shepherd:

Shepherd (after being the victim of a home invasion):   “I have nothing, a bat, nothing.  We’re going to get a gun.”

But bar none the Hollywood Star that spoke about gun control is the Clint Eastwood.

Eastwood: “I have a very strict gun control policy: if there’s a gun around, I want to be in control of it.”


Obama Supporters Want to Murder Romney Over Food Stamps

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This is from Godfather Politics.

The media goes nuts over and the Secret Service investigates chairs in trees.

They the people hanging chairs in tree are racists wanting to lynch Obama.

Yet Obama supporters say they want to murder Mitt Romney its is free speech.

Saying  publicly you want to murder someone should be checked out.

Before, during, and after the debate, Twitter exploded with comments calling for Romney’s assassination. Most of the comments contained some level of profanity. Some of the more benign comments were “I’m gonna murder Romney right now,” and (misspellings included) “Somebody needs to asassinate This mofo Romney.”

We’ve been reassured by a group called Think Progress, more or less a front group for the Obama campaign and closely aligned with Media Matters, that no one should be concerned, and only those that draw attention to the comments are to blame.

Think Progress had an article accusing the Drudge Report of “stirring up another race-baiting conspiracy theory” for simply linking to articles that show Obama supporters on Twitter commenting about how they want to murder Romney. These were legitimate tweets by legitimate Twitter users. This isn’t a “conspiracy theory.” People were calling for Romney’s assassination if he wins.

Many of the commenters calling for Romney’s death were angry because they thought Romney would take away their food stamps if he won. (Sounds like a conspiracy theory.) The very thought of being removed from their host makes them want to murder whoever tries to get in the way of their parasitic relationship. They’re acting like radical Muslims overseas who hold up signs that read, “Behead those who insult the Prophet Muhammad!” The Twitter comments might as well read, “Behead those who insult the Prophet Obama!” Yet, after all this, Think Progress is telling us, “There’s nothing to see here. Move along.”

NBC News carried a story detailing all 2 incidents where white Republicans had taken empty chairs and hung them in their trees (or “hanged” them, depending on whether or not you think the chairs were actually being punished). The media were calling these incidents “empty chair lynchings,” making the connection to Clint Eastwood’s “empty chair” speech, where the empty chair represented Obama. Since Obama is half-black, and since white people have lynched black people in the past, there must be some dark, racial connection, and these people (all 2) may have been making death threats against the president. The Secret Service is now “investigating” these incidents.

These 2 “empty chair lynchings” were newsworthy, but everybody should just ignore all the actual and detailed death threats against Romney. Just bringing it up is a “conspiracy theory.”

We all know that local, state and federal law enforcement monitor social networking sites. They scan for any “anti-government” rhetoric that they think might lead to a terrorist attack. People have been investigated, arrested and detained for Facebook and Twitter posts that are nothingcompared to the Obama supporters blatantly calling out for the murder of Romney. Will the Secret Service or FBI be investigating all those tweets? Don’t count on it.

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Austin Man Hangs Empty Chair From Tree Symbolizing President Obama

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This is from KEYE TV CBS 42 Austin,Tx.

Why has an empty chair become the symbol for Obama?

Why is the Secret Service worried about this chair?

But they have done nothing about a DemocRat Delegate wanting to kill Romney.

Silly me the delegate is a DemocRat and Romney is Republican.

Yet put an empty chair in a tree and all Hell breaks loose.


A Northwest Austin homeowner, who hung a chair from a tree meant to symbolize President Obama, has taken it down.

The political blog first talked about the display in the Spicewood Estates area Wednesday night.

The fold-up chair, with an American flag attached to it, was hung from a tree in front of Bud Johnson’s home and some neighbors complained that it was racist.

KEYE TV News wanted to find out from Johnson about the chair and why he put it up. KEYE TV reporter Lydia Pantazes and photojournalist Mario Pena went to his house Thursday morning. As they arrived, Johnson was taking down the chair and he advised Pantazes and Pena “to get the hell away.”

When Pantazes asked him why he hung the chair from the tree, he responded “Haven’t you heard of the Clint Eastwood thing with the empty chair?”

Johnson also said he’s not a racist and that he doesn’t dislike any race. In addition, he said the chair was not being “lynched”, and when Pantazes asked why he had it hanging from the tree, he said the tree was “the only place I had to put the damn thing.” Johnson then placed the chair on his lawn a few feet away from the tree.

Pantazes talked to a neighbor who told her that Johnson is an overall “good neighbor and a nice guy. He’s just a really conservative Republican.” The neighbor, who did not want to be identified, thought the issue was taken out of context.

Robert Stephenson, who also lives in the area, said there’s “no way you can take that the wrong way.” He called the display was “pretty racist.”

“I’m glad he took it down. I just hope he don’t put it back up,” Stephenson said.

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This is from The Blaze.

Please be advised the language below is very lewd and crude.

Jason Biggs is a foul mouthed juvenile delinquent.

It is foul mouthed children like Biggs that are stars of the DemocRat Party.

Yet Democrat’s tell us the Republican’s have declared war on women.

The way I see it it is the DemocRat’s that are at war with women.


The actor whose claim to fame was sticking his reproductive organ into an apple pie proved Thursday night that he can be just as crude and offensive in real life.

Following up on a pair of repulsive tweets about sexually violating vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s wife, Janna, that he sent out on Wednesday, Jason Biggs decided to attack Christians, Paul Ryan, Ann Romney, Clint Eastwood, Janna Ryan (again) and offend nearly everyone else who read the string of new tweets the actor posted late Thursday as the Republican National Convention aired on national television.

But let’s start from the beginning. Biggs on Wednesday tweeted this, which was deleted literally as TheBlaze was writing this story:

I‘d totes dip a pinky or two in Paul Ryan’s wife’s bleached asshole (she obvs bleaches her asshole). #RNC

And followed up with a Paul Ryan masturbation joke:

I bet there’s footage somewhere of Paul Ryan jerking off to a close-up photo of his widow’s peak. #RNC

But Biggs wasn’t done, not even close. Late Thursday, as the RNC was reaching its climax with GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s nomination acceptance speech, the actor decided to also go after Ann Romney’s private parts:


@godissanta420@jasonbiggs How dare you ignore Ann Romney’s asshole. Ur un-American.” Sorry ur right. I bet hers is un-bleached and hairy.

Surely someone so vile and disrespectful of women would have to be part of the Republican “war on women” right? Not quite. Not surprisingly, Biggs has a general disdain for Republicans and apparently Christians as well.

Clint Eastwood talking to a non-responsive stool sorta sums up Christianity in a nutshell, huh Republicans?#RNC

Finally, Biggs ended his offensive Twitter rant with a retweet about Janna Ryan’s breasts:

@jennyandteets: People are cheering off screen because Janna Ryan is showing her tits! #RNC

The backlash from conservatives has been severe, with sites like Michelle Malkin’s,Life News and other outlets picking up the story, rightfully outraged by the tweets. However, an apology does not appear to be coming from Biggs anytime soon.

On Friday, in his first tweet since, the actor reminded everyone: “You know I put my d*ck in a pie, right?”

To everyone freaking out about my tweets: you know i put my dick in a pie, right?

If you can believe it, Biggs is actually under contract with the kids network Nickelodeon as a character on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.” As Twitchy points out, the pressure is mounting for Nickelodeon to at least respond to Biggs’ nasty tweets — after all, he is a spokesperson for the network whether they want him to be or not. Many are calling for Nickelodeon to sever ties with the actor.

Visit to see how Biggs’ supporters and critics are reacting to the tweets.


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