Sunday, April 1, 2012
The Blower’s Week in Review
- OUR NUMBER ONE LOCAL STORY THIS WEEK was when everybody realized just how bad a week Obama had at the Supreme Court this week, when Obama Supporters in the Press started spinning the idea that a defeat for Obamacare could mean victory for Obama in November. No kidding.
That was after the White House abruptly began referring to the “individual mandate” in Obamacare as the “personal responsibility clause.” At that moment, you knew President Obama realized his health care law was in trouble.
But Fred Barnes at the Weekly Standard explains: “If Obama-care falls, it will be a devastating rebuke to the president. The crown jewel of his presidency will have been repudiated as unconstitutional. His pretensions of uniquely knowing how to get things done in Washington will be shattered. Obama will be a diminished political figure. He will become a lesser president, far from the top ranks where he has envisioned himself.”
At the same time, Barnes warns: “The opposite is true if the Court upholds Obama-care. Obama will be able to crow that he has succeeded where presidents over the past century failed. He has brought about universal health care coverage. He has counseled hope and brought about change. Republicans will be demoralized.”
- OUR NUMBER TWO LOCAL STORY THIS WEEK was the Liberal exploitation of the Trayvon Martin Murder Case with ‘round-the-clock media coverage, even though Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen said most Americans haven’t come to a conclusion yet whether it’s a case of murder or self-defense.
Black DemocRAT Congressman Bobby Rush lost his right to speak on the House floor after he violated rules by putting on a hoodie and sunglasses. He couldn’t even walk into a PNC Bank dressed like that.
And more Liberal Lunacy: what about that New Orleans police officer who was forced to resign after his chief read his Facebook comments (Which you can see in our box above).
And then there’s Spike Lee, who Twitted to 240,000 other black loonies the home address of George Zimmerman so they all peaceably assembly in Zimmerman’s front yard. The only problem was, that address was the home of a 70-year old Florida couple who had no connection to the George Zimmerman Spike was calling a murderer, without any evidence. And now, that couple has had to flee and Spike says, “It’s not my fault and I refuse to apologize.”
And don’t leave out the new Black Panther Party’s poster offering $2 million bounty for George Zimmerman’s death. Attorney General Holder says “What’s wrong with that?”
No wonder our Quote for Today Committee says all those stupid sayings you see on Hoodies don’t count.
And if Trayvon Martin doesn’t rise from the grave on Easter Sunday, all those Kneepad Liberals in the Press wearing Hoodies will have failed, since yesterday’s Blower asked why Obama Supporters in the Press Wearing Hoodies ignored former NAACP leader C.L. Bryant, when he accused Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton of “exploiting” the Trayvon Martin tragedy to “racially divide this country.” Maybe their policy is, “If you’re Black we got your back.”
No wonder Form-Fitting Fashion Fan Tino Delgato says Girly Mayor Mark Mallory’s sympathetic Hoodie look was touching for a yoof killed 1,000 miles away in Florida. But he did one thing wrong. He wore the Hoodie backwards. Next time he should hide his face. We’re all still recovering from his embarrassing antics on Opening Day and “Undercover Boss.” Go Figure!!!
Meanwhile, the Obama Re-election Campaign at the White House announced and subsequently canceled a sale of collegiate hooded sweatshirts after eliciting the ire of many conservatives, including the Whistleblower-Newswire.
- AND OUR NUMBER THREE LOCAL STORY THIS WEEK was at Wednesday night’s big Hamilton County RINO Party “Lincoln and Reagan Are Turning Over in Their Graves Because of What We’ve Done to Their Party” Dinner, where local RINOs were still wandering in the political wilderness.
Alex T. did his usual job of playing favorites with the introductions. Tracy Winkler and his other Green Township cronies were practically canonized.
After 15 minutes worth of intros and awards, it was announced “dinner will be served” at 7:30. But dinner service didn’t actually until begin after 8 o’clock. The program ran two hours behind while the union goons who work at the Hyatt sloughed off to Piatt Park and got some Occupy Protestors to impersonate a wait staff. Apparently, they truly believe that “Revenge is a dish best served cold,” because that’s how the chicken slivers full of pink slime and a ground chuck “medallion” (a fancy term for “burger without the bun”) were served.
Alex T.’s Political Director, Former DemocRAT operative Ashwin Corrattiyil (pronounced Ashwin), really outdid himself in his latest bid to sabotage the GOP. Lincoln and Reagan have been spinning in their graves ever since Alex T. and other Hamilton County Republicans sold their souls to $tan Che$ley at that brunch for “Mean Jean” Schmidt in 2008, but last night, Emily Post was also spinning just as much over the horrendous lack of etiquette.
The food wasn’t worth $75, the beers weren’t worth $9, either, and Huggable Howard Wilkinson’s online coverage of this event in Thursday’s Fishwrap shows why he should have retired long ago.
Because when Karl Rove told Huggable that Obama the “most vulnerable” DemocRAT president since Carter, Huggable might have asked the greatest political mind in history how many other DemocRAT presidents there’ve been since 1980. The Blower can only remember Bill Clinton.
- MONDAY in our Special “Focusing Like a Lazer” E-dition, The Blower reported what Ordinary Americans think about America’s future:
Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen reports only 31% of Likely U.S. Voters say the country is heading in the right direction. That doesn’t sound very optimistic, does it?
That’s why The Whistleblower rounded up some of our usual suspects. We found them praying for jobs at a candle-light vigil around the Peace Pole in Anderson Township Sunday morning. We just had to find out what all those dumbed-down, self-absorbed, media-influenced, celebrity-obsessed, politically-correct, short-attention-span ordinary people thought America was still on the wrong track under the Obama Administration.
- TUESDAY in our Special “Obamacare and the Supremes” E-dition, The Blower asked just how unconstitutional was it anyway and our “Real E-Mails from Real Subscribers” included:
Any Supreme Court Justice who rules against Obamacare would surely be racist. —Obama Supporters in the Press
Only 62% think Obamacare will cause companies to drop Employee Health Insurance. —Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen
Remember when I said we had to pass Obamacare so we would know what’s in it? —Nancy Pelosi
If the Supreme Court strikes down Obamacare, could I say “At least they didn’t say my version was unconstitutional?” —Mitt Romney
- WEDNESDAY in our Special “Lincoln-Reagan Day” E-dition, The Blower asked if it always comes on the fourth Wednesday in March:
Wednesday night was the big Hamilton County RINO Party “Lincoln and Reagan Are Turning Over in Their Graves Because of What We’ve Done to Their Party” Dinner, and Real Republicans hereabouts were checking their in-boxes for another Daily Desperate Diatribe from former Kerry-Edwards operative Ashwin Corattiyil (pronounced “Ashwin”) imploring them to pony up $150-per-couple to hear the same Karl Rove blather they can get for free on Fox News.
It used to be called the “Annual Lincoln-Reagan-Che$ley Day Dinner,” back when $tan was buying all those Republican elected officials. But the avaricious attorney’s acquisitions have slowed down ever since fighting his disbarment in Kentucky started taking up so much of his time.
So does The Blower intend to cover the event? You bet! As the publication of record for all the political scrambling, speculation, mud-slinging, political skullduggery, and back-stabbing in Southwestern Ohio, our readers know to expect nothing less.
- THURSDAY, in our Special “Hoodie Hype” E-dition, The Blower quoted: “Act like a thug, die like one!” and advised everybody to “Remove All Hoods and Sunglasses Before Entering!”:
Because with then only “221” more days until the Presidential Elections, Liberal exploitation of the Trayvon Martin Murder Case continued with ‘round-the-clock media coverage of the Trayvon Martin shooting in Florida, while Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen said most Americans hadn’t come to a conclusion yet whether it was a case of murder or self-defense.
- FRIDAY in our Special “DemocRAT Dirt Digging” E-dition, The Blower said Sometimes their best sources are Republicans:
Today it’s the Top Ten Excuses “Bronze Star Brad” Wenstrup’s high-level campaign staffer gave when he was pulled over by the Newtown Police Department on Election Night: 10. I forgot 9. The dog ate it 8. She told me she loved me 7. I did it to help the homeless 6. The Devil made me do it 5. I just wanted to be loved–is there anything wrong with that? 4. I’m a campaign worker on Election Night 3. I was framed 2. This whole thing is just one big terrible mistake …and the Number One Excuse “Bronze Star Brad” Wenstrup’s high-level campaign staffer gave when he was pulled over by the Newtown Police Department on Election Night is… “My boss said nobody would ever find out.”
- SATURDAY in our Annual “Mea Culpa” E-dition, The Blower said, “Unlike politicians, when we apologize, we really, really mean it, and here’s the reason why:
Our attorneys and legal defense fund administrators told us we may have written some things lately which might have offended some people. In certain cases, they say, it was by a careless word or phrase. In other cases, our remarks could be construed as either knowingly false, libelous, or with malicious intent. Although there is no prevailing legal authority, the Whistleblower Legal Dream Team still advises that should we now recant, fully and completely, damages in any legal actions against us might be at least somewhat mitigated.
So then we apologized. We really meant it. We were really humble. No lie. We apologized profusely. No kidding. We really went too far. It was sincere. No fooling around now. When we’re wrong, we’re wrong. We weren’t joking. There’s no punishment in Hell cruel and unusual enough for what we’ve done. We meant it from the bottom of our hearts. We owed everyone we’d ever criticized an apology.
And therefore, since Sunday would be the First Day of April 2012, we promised we’ll never, ever do it again.
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- REPUBLICANS IN 2012: Whistleblower Senior National Political Affairs Analyst Britt Humus says according to our Official CNN GOP Delegate Counter, the race appears little changed since last week. (Mitt Romney has 561 of the 1,144 delegates he needs for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination in Tampa. Rick Santorum is a distant second with 264. Newt Gingrich is trailing badly with 135, and Ron Paul is still out of luck and out of money with 71. Meanwhile, both Santorum and Gingrich are telling each other he would’ve won, if only the other one had dropped out.
- VOTER FRAUD: According to the Republican American, the U.S. Justice Department, under Attorney General Eric Holder, has blocked the implementation of a Texas statute to require voters to present a photo ID at the voting booth. Last December, the agency blocked the enforcement of a similar law in South Carolina. Impeding state laws governing voting procedures shows a dangerous pattern of abuse by federal officials, and could dramatically increase fraud and undermine the integrity and legitimacy of elected officials. It leads to a feeling among voters that these officials want fraudulent votes to re-elect their very unpopular boss, Barack Obama.
- OBAMA 2012: Obsessive Obama Supporters Tom and Rose say the Obama re-election Campaigners at the White House were spam-gramming their e-mail list on Saturday with this bogus message from Obama groveling for another $3 donation.
I need you with me on this one.
Tonight’s deadline is our biggest yet, and I need everyone pitching in.
Give $3 or whatever you can:
- DIRT-DIGGING DEMOCRATS: came up with the top ten excuses “Bronze Star Brad” Wenstrup’s high-level campaign staffer gave when he was pulled over by the Newtown Police Department on Election Night, but they also told us some of their best information comes from Republicans.
- OUR LATE NIGHT JOKEWATCHER liked Jay Leno’s “I think even President Obama realizes the Obamacare thing is not looking good in front of the Supreme Court. He’s starting to downplay it. Like today he called it Bidencare.”
- THE LATEST POLLS: Whistleblower Pollster Ron Rasmussen says if it’s in the news, it’s in our polls. The U.S. Supreme Court this past week held three days of hearings on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law, in particular the requirement that every American obtain health insurance. Most voters (63%) continue to believe the federal government does not have the authority to force people to buy health insurance, and 54% expect the Supreme Court to overturn the law.
- MEDIA MENDACITY: In the wake of our Obama Supporters in the Press’ current Trayvon-ization, even Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly figured out Friday that the media is now inciting racial violence?” In his opening Talking Points Memo, O’Reilly also pointed a finger at Al Sharpton and Roland Martin saying, “MSNBC and CNN to some extent have a vested interest in seeing Zimmerman punished because they’ve already found him guilty on the air.”
- OHIO RINO PARTY: In Columbus, Buckeye Bureau Chief Gerry Manders says the mood to banish Disgraced Party Boss Kevin DeWhine on Friday the Thirteenth must be catching, because the pressure on Ohio DemocRAT Party Chairman Chris Redfern to step aside was ratcheted up this week when two more labor unions called for his ouster.
- LIBERAL LUNACY: In Human Events’ “365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy,” #91 says you should turn up at your local Muslim outreach program by wearing an “I’d rather be Waterboarding” t-shirt.
- FOOLS IN SCHOOLS: That Lebanon School Facts web page is the busiest looking site on the internet. There really must be a lot going on there.
- MORE FECKLESS FISHWRAPPERY: On June 4, 1990 in Edition #2 of the original Whistleblower, we reported: “No award-winning political column in Sunday’s Enquirer for the third week in a row. In an election year? Rumor has it that Howard Wilkinson is close to walking out. Fed up with Republican blue-penciling of his work from on high, since the Enquirer motto continued to be, “If you can’t say anything nice about county Republicans, don’t say anything at all.” Were we right about The Fishwrap, even then?
- HAMILTON COUNTY RINO PARTY: Over the years, The Blower has repeatedly reminded Real Republicans how RINOs didn’t learn their lessons after the resounding rejection they received from the voters in November 2006, accurately pointing out that not a single GOP candidate or so-called Conservative and anti-taxer organization has yet to do anything to correct its past mistakes.
- REPUBLICANS FOR HIGHER TAXES: is discussing Mean Jean Schmidt’s sudden decision to drop her frivolous $6.8 million lawsuit against David Kevorkian. They inadvertently summed up the issue perfectly in their second sentence when they wrote, “Schmidt filed this lawsuit because Kevorkian said something mean about her in the 2008 elections.”
- RACIAL HEALING UPDATE: Did The Blower really apologize for being racist in Saturday’s e-dition? We should never have made all those “two free slurs” jokes. How niggardly of us. When “JayWalking Joe” Deters told us all those Obama jokes during our many lunches, we should’ve gotten up and left the table and not accepted his hospitality, but the hot-and-sour soup was too good to pass up.
- THE CINCINNATI MESS (You’ll Only Read About in The Blower): Last week we told you the useless Cincinnati police chief, James Craig, the one who can’t make arrests or uphold Ohio law, also can’t vote because he hasn’t registered here. We know why. Craig’s legal residence is still in California.
- FROM THE GREAT WHITE NORTH: In Thursday’s E-dition, Notaxjack said he sat through two hours of teachers’ complaining at the Springboro school board meeting Tuesday night. One teacher got up while a board member was speaking and yelled at the board member. Then he helped his wife pick up the huge diamond on her left hand and they both left the nearly filled auditorium.
It was in a hornet’s nest of ugly teachers. The one to his right had a diamond ring almost as big as her ass. Then there were two sitting right behind me. They were so fat, when they both clapped for their union buddies’ speeches, their feet hit my seat, and they both farted each time. It was a mess, I’ll tell ya!
- IN ANDERSON: There were three Anderson Apologies in Saturday’s Annual “Mea Culpa” E-dition. First was aiding and abetting WLW Radio Trash Talker Darryl Parks’ attempts to tell the truth about the Forrest Gump Schools’ humongous tax hike so township property owners of $200,000 houses can now pay $2,000-a-year to support the greedy teachers and administrators. Second was asking if the Ohio Republican House Caucus spend more than $250,000 to smear opponents of lackeys like $tate Rep-tile for $ale Peter $tautberg. And third was Whacky Jackie’s Illegitimate Son Kevin P. O’Brien’s failure to pay his property taxes on that house at 7964 Hopper Road (in foreclosure for a mere $373,137.80) in “the third most affluent neighborhood in America.”
- READING THE TEA LEAVES: If local Tea Party Groups are expecting a decent turnout in two weeks at their big “Tax Day 2012” Rally on Fountain Square, they better start hyping. How are they going to create a successful media event— burn hoodies?
- NOW HERE’S THE LATEST FROM BUNKY TADWELL (OUR OFFENSIVE OCTEGENARIAN), THE BARD OF CLEVES: Just in time to Just in time to enjoy the 2012 baseball season, we found this in his “American Pastimes,” sold in better bookstores everywhere, except in Cleves.
“A Field of Dreams” Opening Days has finally arrive, It was fun for one and all Especially for all the boys If the girlies would just play ball.
- IN CLERMONT COUNTY: In Saturday’s Annual “Mea Culpa” E-dition, The Blower apologized to Resigned-in-Disgrace Former Clermont County Commissioner Archie Wilson, just because he traded drugs for sex with a hooker who called herself “Amanda Lay” at a sleazy motel in Northern Kentucky. Our regrettable report was unfair to all those sleazy hotels in Ohio.
- IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY: Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo says last Tuesday little Steve Megerle (The ex-Covington Commisioner) parked his new little two seater sports car convertible (with the top down) parked in a city lot in the 400 block of Madison Avenue while he was in court. The Amco parking company was towing it up the street for having $220in delinquent parking tickets and Little Stevie was running along it trying to get the wrecker driver to stop and drop it, but they refused so. He had to go pay all the tickets plus had to go pay Jess N Son’s towing for the tow and storage bill. The Blower thinks he was trying to get enough tickets to stack them up on his seat so he could sit on them to be able to see over the steering wheel.
- THIS WEEK IN KENTON CIRCUIT COURT: The latest and greatest e-dition of Our Good Friend Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney E Rob Sanders salacious & sexy e-newsletter is on cyber news stands now! This week’s This Week In Kenton Circuit Court features the usual array of scum bags, druggies, hoodlums, and thugs including this ex-Louisville Cardinal just in time for the Big Battle of the Bluegrass Final Four game that the Robster and his law school sidekick put in the pokie for the next 15 years for burglarizing a palatial Ft. Mitchell estate. Yes, former football standout Willie Williams, who played for U of L after getting kicked out of “The U” (we didn’t even think it was possible to get kicked out of The U), will be wearing Terry Carl’s pink instead of Cardinal red when the big game tips off Saturday night.
For those of you perverts hoping to find more scantily clad photos of NoKY’s (2nd) Most Famous Sex-Ed teacher, Sarah Jones, who may still be a Ben-Gal, in the Robster’s rag, you’ll be sorely disappointed. The Robster only publishes photos at the end of a defendant’s case and Ms. Jones hasn’t been convicted (yet)! But Ken Camboo wonders if Sarah, and don’t forget her mother, suspended middle school principle Cheryl Jones, will even appear in the newsletter since they’re being prosecuted by the Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney and not Our Good Friend.
- LEGAL UPDATE: Lovely Lisa Wells, who’s getting paid by WLW Hate Radio for doing the program “Crazy Eric” Deters was doing for free, says you hear that? …SILENCE! Which is all we’re going to hear from Eric “Call Me Crazy,” Big Mouth, Most Sanctioned, Ambulance Chaser, No Count of a Radio Host, Shameless Self Promoter, Willie Wannabe, Why Haven’t I Been Disbarred, Who Likes Bulldogs and Failed Roadhouse Operator Deters, since he’s got another three weeks or so of suspension left before he can spout off to the media about the Jonses! We’re sure the timing of these indictments in the middle of Crazy Eric’s suspension are just coincidence! HA! The Cabal is just wishing they could all be there to watch Eric steam as he bites his forked tongue!
- HURLEY THE HISTORIAN says on this day in 1700, English pranksters begin popularizing the annual tradition of April Fools’ Day by playing practical jokes on each other, but it wasn’t until several years later that The Blower began apologizing on April 1.
- OUR QUOTE FOR TODAY COMMITTEE: chose Will Rogers’ “The trouble with practical jokes is that very often they get elected.
- CFK-TV: Over at Anderson Community Television, our CFK production crew didn’t have a whole lot to apologize for this year, but they said they’d work really hard so they’d have a lot to apologize for next year.
- THIS WEEK AT A MEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE AGENDA: Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane about all those apologies The Blower made in yesterday’s Mea Culpa E-dition. “Don’t you get it? “I was only joking.” Kane explained.
- AND COMING UP IN “THE WEEK THAT WILL BE”: The Blower’s Campaign Countdowns to will continue. Speaking of which, the 2012 Elections are only “218” days away and the Bluegrass primary in May 22 is 51 days away.
Monday we’ll getting ready for all that hype surrounding Thursday’s Opening Day in Cincinnati.
Tuesday you’ll be reading “Real E-Mails from Real Subscribers,” Whistleblower Spoiled Sports Editor Andy FurBall says you’ll be hearing about what some of our local baseball experts think of the Reds’ chances this year.
Wednesday will be checking our Pete Rose Betting Tips to see how much to wager on Opening Day.
Thursday, when the big day finally arrives, because of all that hype, it will probably be one of the most unproductive local work days of the entire year.
The first line of next Friday’s limerick is: “The best part about Tax Freedom Day.” Do you know when it arrives?
And all week long, we’ll be getting ready for Easter. It should a busy week.
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