Saturday, April 14, 2012


Gordon Bishop On The Issue

I couldn't believe my fully matured eyes when I was reading an article by Associated Press, a liberal leaning newspaper syndicator that is picked up by the Asbury Park Press, our regional daily paper along the Jersey Shore where I live.

The top-of the-page headline screamed out:

75 House Dems are communists

Finally, liberal newspapers in New Jersey are trying to be like the popular FOX TV Channel: "FAIR AND BALANCED!"

At last, the Liberal Media realizes that its news coverage is no longer wanted in their newspapers, or TV News Channel.

Fox is now ahead of the leftist CNN and other liberal news organizations.

And the Democrat Party still doesn't get it.

We don't want to hear, see or read your leftist crap!

Guess who is the most popular radio broadcaster in the United States of America?

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Yep, you got it:


And Rush's most popular fiscal conservative is none other than Sean Hannity, who has both a nationally syndicated television and radio show.

Democrats are slowly fading into an unwelcome world.

The conservative winners are what the U.S. needs now because our most unpopular president (Barack Hussein Obama) already has spent some $25 trillion of loaned money from Communist China (of course, China has to be Communist for our crazed fraudulent "president."

Addressing a town hall meeting in Florida this month, Congressman Allen West, a Republican African leader in the House, said "The Communist Party has publicly referred to the Progressive Caucus as its allies.

"The Progressive Caucus speaks for itself. These individuals certainly aren't proponents of free markets or individual economic freedom," West said.

West's office cited a May 2010 article on health care that appeared in the Communist Party USA pre-convention publication that described the Progressive Caucus and Congressman John Conyers, an African America Democrat from Michigan, as allies of the party but not members.

The article, however, carried the disclaimer that Communist Party USA "takes no responsibility for the opinions expressed in the article or other articles in the pre-convention discussion.

Congressmen Raul M. Grijalva, an Arizona Democrat, and Keith Ellison, a Minn, the co-chairmen of the caucus, rejected West's claim.

Grijalva and Ellison said West "repeatedly polarizes the American people instead of focusing their interests. When people like Rep. west have no ideals or principles, they rely on personal attacks."

The caucus, founded in 1991, includes 75 House members and one senator and describes its goals as economic fairness, civil rights, environmental protection, energy independence and global security.

(Gordon Bishop is a 'Who's Who in the World' nationally syndicated columnist and author of 14 books, and is New Jersey's First "Journalist-of-the-Year"--1986/New Jersey Press Association, founded in 1857).