Are dads staying at home the way of the future? Their numbers have exploded something like 300% in the last few years… ALSO Team Obama says that granting work permits to illegals under 30, who are not terrorists–is the right thing to do for the economy. But aren’t American teens having trouble finding work this summer? LASTLY The President may not be able to campaign as much because of the “burden” of “governing.” Plenty of time for golf though… All of these are just some of the reasons you need to be listening to today’s Kevin McCullough Show… LIVE from New York!
Monthly Archives: June 2012
I used to believe it wasn’t possible… but the more the Obama team continues to make stupid gaffe after gaffe is causing me to consider the actual possibility.
Republicans will be wanting to ‘recount Illinois,’ I said to a seemingly annoyed former Kerry staffer and Obama supporter in the Fox News green room on Friday.
“How do you figure?” came the response.
I said, “It’s pretty simple. If Obama doesn’t change his message (amongst other things), this isn’t even gonna be close.”
I almost felt sorry for him, as he nodded his head in agreement, and walked away.
Personally–and for the record–let me say up front that I don’t expect the election results of 2012 to wield a blow-out for the GOP. But presently the race, the state of the nation, and the complete incompetence of the Obama campaign are doing all they can to persuade me.
Obama supporters will argue, “Kevin you’re in the middle of summer and no one pays attention at this point.” Under normal conditions I would agree with you, but people are paying attention–they have been for 3.5 years–and to be honest they’re exhausted.
So let me give you some very salient points as to why the landscape is providing the possibility for a Romney blowout:
Tonight on the Baldwin/McCullough *LIVE* we’re wondering if the President’s announcement yesterday might be a bit of a drag on the economy? Is it anything other than an absolute pander to the Latino vote? Will anything about the plan work? Trying to keep as open a mind as possible… what are your honest reactions to the idea of infusing hundreds of thousands of legal work permits into the system… while avoiding Congress in the process?
Stephen is back we’ll get an update from the trial, plus he has this intriguing question around this subject… on… uhm… ladies… and their holsters…
Tonight the loveable, adorable, and always quirky Stephen Baldwin will not be appearing on his own radio show tonight. This just one week after supposedly wrestling control of it away from Kevin McCullough last week. Whatever…
BUT on tonight’s show — the latest from STVB on his trial vs. Kevin Costner. *EXCLUSIVE* info that you will not find anywhere else.
Also how badly did the President step in it on Friday when he went to do his third press briefing of the year? We want to know your SPECIFIC reaction to the words the President uttered, “The private sector is fine.” Oh sure he tried to walk it back later, but he still asserts, even today from the White House that it is the public sector that needs all his attention.
Also how did HuffPo writer Jennifer Nagy, and FoxNews Contributor Steven Crowder come to the realization that 25 is the cut-off age on the over/under as to when someone should or should not marry. Nagy, perhaps betraying liberal tendencies, claims the government should have a say. And while that’s idiotic, is it reasonable to agree with her overall premise?
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Baldwin/McCullough *LIVE* – perhaps not the Annoying Orange, but pretty darn funny nonetheless!
I guess the new Obama campaign strategy is to attempt to hypnotize the entire voting populous and see if the voodoo that can be worked will get people to call black white and white black, and yellow red and red yellow.
How else can this president, stand before the nation, and utter these magnificently ignorant words?
(While fielding a question in Friday’s press conference:)
Question: What about the Republicans saying that you’re blaming the Europeans for the failures of your own policies?
President Obama: The truth of the matter is that, as I said, we created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone.
The private sector is doing fine. Where we’re seeing weaknesses in our economy have to do with state and local government. Oftentimes cuts initiated by, you know, Governors or mayors who are not getting the kind of help that they have in the past from the federal government and who don’t have the same kind of flexibility as the federal government in dealing with fewer revenues coming in.
And so, you know, if Republicans want to be helpful, if they really want to move forward and put people back to work, what they should be thinking about is how do we help state and local governments and how do we help the construction industry? Because the recipes that they’re promoting are basically the kinds of policies that would add weakness to the — to the economy, would result in further layoffs, would not provide relief in the housing market, and would result, I think most economists estimate, in lower growth and fewer jobs, not more.
At the end of the day (this election cycle) historians and campaign staffers will look back and ask, “Where did the losing candidate in 2012 go wrong?”
If Barack Obama is that losing candidate you can point to June 8, 2012 as the moment he lost it.
The level and depth of how bad this thinking is runs deep.
Arguments can be had over whether his policies, or the European crisis, or any number of other elements of this soundbyte are true or not. But in the end it is that statement that the “private sector is doing fine,” that reveal the dead give-away.
Because the number of people actively counted by the unemployment numbers (total pool of people) has shrunk (due to people giving up looking) the real unemployment number as we sit here today is close to 14%. The underemployment by the average family is close to 25%.
Those aren’t ALL public workers…
Nor should they be… nor should we let them be…
Our economy MUST be driven by the private sector. Roads would be better built if private contractors built them. Education would be better if the entire educational system was private sector. Delivery of packages is always better and more efficient when privatized. GOD FORBID we let government anywhere near our medical care.
But again, those are all arguments to be had on other levels.
Nothing excuses the president’s abject, palpable either dishonesty or ignorance… and either one is MORE than reason enough to send him a one way ticket back to Chicago in November.
It’s not often that we have the ability to witness multiple violations of state laws… especially as they involve the unjust death of children… biased by gender… and disposed of for total “convenience.”
But the truth is tonight on the Kevin McCullough Show we will play for you the audio evidence that is heard in this video, specifically for the purpose of allowing millions of listeners from New York to San Diego hear and become witness for themselves of these workers in two family “planning” clinics breaking the law.
The state of Arizona is one of only four states that has passed a ban on gender bias in the abortion process. (A disgusting reality in itself, that only four states think that gendercide is a-ok.) But these clinic workers, cited in this video, first feign an allegiance to the law, but quickly both decide to violate it themselves, and assist the abortion seeker.
This is the third blockbuster video in the series produced by Lila Rose and LiveAction.org. Again they ask you to go to ProtectOurGirls.com, and get involved. I ask you to do the same, innocent young girls deserve not to have to die… simply because they are girls…
Kevin McCullough joins Megyn Kelly’s focus group on Fox News to discuss…
“What do Wisconsin recall results mean for America?”
Tonight on the Kevin McCullough Show we delve into the OBVIOUS top story of the last 24 hours – which is the resounding thud that Wisconsin tax-payers delivered to the Unions in the attempted recall of Scott Walker. But the story that SHOULD be the top headline tonight is the information revealed in the applications for DOJ wiretaps related to the Operation Fast and Furious smuggling scandal. We will also relay a sad story of how one mom recently got arrested for simply being… a good… mom!
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I know I’m not supposed to mention this but…
Because I don’t pay attention to such things I didn’t know that the Miss USA pageant happened last night. But evidently Arsenio Hall, Joe Jonas, and Iron Chef Cat Cora served as judges and asked the gals some pretty pressing questions. Emphasis on the “pretty…”
But if the second runner up believed that Pretty Woman was the “end all be all” of examples of how women should be portrayed on film today then we had to expect something different of the actual winner right? I mean let’s really push the envelope in terms of what we should expect of a “MISS” USA.
Coupled with this, was another story that shot across my desk today. Jenny McCarthy at age 39 will do what she did 19 years previously-pose for pornographers cameras and in some way con herself into thinking that this somehow makes her more liberated, enlightened, and trending towards total nirvana. And who could argue with her when you realize it was for a good cause?
FOX411: You also recently posed for Playboy.
JM: I did. It comes out in a few weeks.
FOX411: Were you nervous?
JM: No, once you’ve done it, it’s like, ‘Eh.’ I kind of wanted to do it one more time before I hit 40 and then my son’s tuition came up to be so expensive, I thought, ‘Oh perfect timing.’
Her son’s tuition? Her son who turned 10 in May of this year? Her son who in just a matter of months, if not already will be having kids teasing him about his mom going “neh-kid.”
I easily recognize that Miss Ohio, Miss Rhode Island/USA, and Jenny McCarthy do not represent the average American woman, but the three of them have a combined reach that are impacting a lot of other young women in the culture today. And the idea that there is no real definition to what it is to be a lady–in the very BEST sense of that word–is being evaporated in public awareness daily isn’t shocking, so much as it is just… sad.
I guess it won’t be all that long until high-school age girls are dancing on a YouTube Channel called Sluts R Us. Won’t that be a defining moment for our little ladies… Oh wait.