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Michele Bachmann Compares Walmart Missile Delivery Systems



Trying to make a point about Kim Jong-il’s attempt to enhance his Missile Delivery systems, Michele Bachmann compared him to Walmart

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Mitt Romney: With Hindsight We Wouldn’t Have Gone Into Iraq



New York Times In an interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd today, Mitt Romney asserts that “of course” invading Iraq was a bad idea now that we know Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction. (“If we knew at the time of our entry into Iraq that there were no weapons of mass destruction, if […]

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Rick Santorum: On National Security Ron Paul More Left Than Obama



Rick Santorum shares his views on the payroll tax extension, Social Security and why Ron Paul shouldn’t be the nominee. He also talks about he he was asked to drop out of the race

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Ron Paul Walks Out During Interview With CNN’s Gloria Borger



UPDATED: Here is the full uncut interview Here’s the report via Mediate: Ron Paul walked out of an interview with CNN’s Gloria Borger following a heated exchange over the controversy regarding racist newsletters sent in his name during the 1990s. Borger asked the Congressman if he had ever read the newsletters. “Did you ever object […]

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Ron Paul: Bradley Manning Is A Patriotic Hero



In a rally from January, the man who wants to be Commander in Chief says that we shouldn’t punish people for leaking classified information.

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Rick Perry Gaffe: Calls Kim Jong-il, North Korea’s Dead Leader, Kim Jong The Second.



The London Telegraph reports Rick Perry, the Republican presidential candidate, has compounded his reputation for gaffes by issuing a press release describing Kim Jong-il, North Korea’s dead leader, as Kim Jong the Second. The statement by the Republican hopeful mistook the last word of Kim Jong-il as a dynastic numeral (II). Kim was indeed the second in […]

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Mitt Romney Delivers “Top Ten” On David Letterman



Mitt Romney makes a cameo on ‘Late Night with David Letterman’ to read the Top 10 List, which pokes fun at himself.

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Barack Obama Claims He’s the 4th Best President in History



During an extensive interview with CBS’s “60 Minutes” Barack Obama claimed to be the 4th Best President in History. According to a transcript posted on the “60 Minutes” website, Obama said he would hold his accomplishments so far as president against those of Lyndon B. Johnson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. This created a buzz as apparently CBS edited out that part of […]

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Newt Gingrich Calls Palestinians “An Invented People”



In an interview with the Jewish Channel, Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich refers to the Palestinians as An Invented People

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Rick Perry Gaffe: Forgets Name of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor



Gov. Perry forgests name of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor — calling her Montemayor

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Newt Gignrich Fires Back At Pelosi For Comments She’ll Reveal Information About Him



Nancy Pelosi is suggesting now she wants to take down Newt’s campaign by revealing information she’s gotten from investigating him in Congress, when the time is right

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Herman Cain Gaffe: How Do You Say Delicious In Cuban?



Herman Cain asked the crowd “how do you say delicious in Cuban?” There is, of course, no “Cuban” language. Spanish is spoken in Cuba.

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Rick Perry Delivers “Top Ten” On David Letterman



Texas Gov. Rick Perry makes a cameo on ‘Late Night with David Letterman’ to read the Top 10 List, which pokes fun at his famous flub during the CNBC Republican presidential debate.

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Rick Perry Gaffe: Can’t Remember The Government Agencies He Plans To Close



Perry says he will close three agencies of government when he gets to the White House. He names them as; education, commerce,… but when it comes to naming the third he gets stuck. It ends up with: I can’t. The third one, I can’t sorry, oops.

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Herman Cain Gaffe: China Are “Trying” To Develop Nuclear Capability



China is estimated to have around 400 nuclear weapons stockpiled, including around 20 intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of targeting the United States, they’re a ratifier of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treatyas one of the five “nuclear weapons states” which also obviously includes the United States.

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Barack Obama Gaffe: We Built the “Intercontinental” Railroad



Two-video playlist.

 

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Michele Bachmann Gaffe: Gardasil Causes “Mental Retardation”



The FDA has received no reports of brain damage as a result of HPV vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix.

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Barack Obama Gaffe: Lincoln Founder Of The Republican Party



Lincoln did not join the Republicans until 1856, over two years after the party was founded. The first Republican convention was held in Ripon, Wisconsin in 1854.

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Michele Bachmann Gaffe: Elvis’ Birthday



Dates mixed up.

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Michele Bachmann Gaffe: Chootspa



Trying to challenge Barack Obama for his audacity by using the Yiddish word Chutzpah she mispronounced by saying Chootspa

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Michele Bachmann Gaffe: John Wayne From Waterloo Iowa



John Wayne has never lived in Waterloo, IA. John Wayne Gacy, the serial killer, has.

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Barack Obama Gaffe: Mixes Up Medal of Honor Recipients



In fact, Monti was a posthumous recipient.

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Michele Bachmann Gaffe: Lexington and Concord New Hampshire



Actually, the battles of Lexington and Concord took place in Massachusetts.

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