"Speaking ex-officio in my role as The Decider, I declare Republican Ken Cuccinelli the winner of tonight’s gubernatorial debate in Fairfax. The main reason, of course, is that Cuccinelli is totally awesome, but there’s also the important fact that Terry McAuliffe sucks."
Don't you just hate these people who act like they are the sole arbiter of what is right and wrong?
Then what the heck are you doing here?
The Scoreboard is all about one man weighing in on the events of the day.
Judging their actions, not the people.
God handles the latter.
Cuccinelli won the debate.
McAuliffe wins the race.
Patrick Morrisey, please take note.
2. From "world traveling 100% clean comedian Dan Nainan," the tweet of the day: "There's one place I wouldn't mind seeing a mass shooting, and that's at the offices of the NRA."
Wonder if it was before or after his arrest for punching someone over a tweet.
Sean Penn. Alec Baldwin. This "100% clean" guy.
Why are liberals such violent deranged people?
Take your meds.
3. From Americans for Tax Reform: "Obama on Obamacare: 'We did raise taxes on some things'.”
Everything the Tea Party said about Obamacare is true.
You cannot keep your doctor.
You cannot keep your health insurance.
Your premiums will rocket up.
Obamacare will raise taxes.
Obamacare will create trillions of dollars in new federal debt.
And everyone mocked the Tea Party and called them racist simply because of the color of the president's skin.
But the content of his character was the problem.
And his health insurance plan.
4. From Americans for Tax Reform: "The IRS is unable to account for $67 million spent from a slush fund established for Obamacare implementation, according to a Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration report released today."
And yet singer Lauryn Hill went to prison for three months over a lousy million bucks.
That would have given Lois Lerner and the rest of the pack of crooks $68 million to steal.
5. From the Washington Examiner: "Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius finalized a contraception mandate that ignores the fact groups like the Little Sisters of the Poor are religious organizations, according to a lawsuit filed to protect them against fines for refusing to comply with an Obamacare mandate."
Yet Ed Schultz said only "phony Christians" oppose Obamacare.
Yes, Mother Teresa was such a phony.
But the call is on whether suing to end religious oppression by a rogue regime is good, not some MSNBC reject.
6. From Fox News: "Government agents acting without authorization conducted dozens of undercover investigations of illegal tobacco sales, misused some of $162 million in profits from the stings and lost track of at least 420 million cigarettes, the Justice Department's inspector general said Wednesday.
"In one case, agents for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sold $15 million in cigarettes and later turned over $4.9 million in profits from the sales to a confidential informant — even though the agency did not properly account for the transaction."
First, Fast and Furious ran guns to Mexican drug lords.
What is next?
Stills operating in the ATF headquarters?
The biggest violator of federal gun and tobacco laws is the ATF.
Too bad the RICO Act does not apply to the government because the ATF is a racketeer-influenced crime organization.
7. From Forbes: "Magician David Copperfield's $800 Million Fortune Could Make Him A Future Billionaire."
Well, he is $800 million closer to the target than the Scorekeeper is.
This explains the ticket prices to his shows.
He's making his poverty disappear.
Hope he doesn't make his poverty reappear.
8. From Fox News: "An email sent to students by a University of Maryland official that cites the Trayvon Martin shooting as evidence 'it is legal to hunt down and kill American children in Florida' is being blasted as the latest evidence of a left-wing bias on campus."
A 17-year-old, 6-foot football player thrice suspended from school banhing your head against the sidewalk is not a child.
He is a thug.
In a hoodie.
The Scorekeeper is sick of the lies.
9. From the Boston Globe: "The Massachusetts House of Representative on Wednesday voted overwhelmingly to repeal the controversial tax on software services — just two months after it was adopted as part of a transportation finance bill and before any money was collected."
The Mafiachusetts legislature.
The Scorekeeper is skeptical.
Instead of raising taxes, maybe this tax-and-repeal was about raising campaign funds from a new industry.
Nice industry you have there.
It would be too bad if someone threw a tax through your window.
10. From the Associated Press: "A man who shot four people near a Greenville Wal-Mart in June picked out his victims because they were white, according to several indictments handed down against him.
"Lakim Faust had more than 100 rounds of ammunition when he started shooting at people at a law firm and a shopping center in June, authorities said."
It's not just for white people any more.
Then again, it never was.
11. From WND: "Following the epic, 21-hour speech by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, supporting the defunding of Obamacare, either voters made so many calls to establishment Republicans that their phone lines melted, or those GOP leaders took their phones off the hook.
"Even in this age of digital wizardry and limitless voicemail, callers could not get through at all to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky."
Ever notice how easy it is to shut down the congressional phone lines?
In an age of cellphones and the like, maybe Congress realizes the only people who call their landline numbers are actual citizens who expect the congressmen to represent them.
12. From Politico: "Rep. Peter King, who has pulled no punches in criticizing Ted Cruz, said Thursday that supporters of the Texas senator have been bombarding his office with vile phone calls."
Liberals called him?
The Republican lawmaker provided no proof.
It is another lie against conservatives.
That means conservatives are winning.
13. From My 9 NJ: "New Jersey is experiencing a shortage of doctors. In fact, it’s projected that by 2020 the state will be about 3,000 primary care physicians short of what is needed to give giving optimal health care."
From the article, the five top reasons:
Better salary offered outside of New JerseyNew Jersey has prescribed itself a doctor's shortage.
Cost of living in New Jersey
Better job/practice opportunities in desired locations outside of New Jersey
Taxes in New Jersey
This is worse than a super storm.
So what is Gov. Chris Christie doing?
Working one the super storm.
Fortunately, he will never be president.
14. This is your president.
This is your president on Obamacare.
15. From Bloomberg: "U.S. Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia broke ranks with fellow Democrats and said he’d support a stopgap spending plan that delays the individual mandate in President Barack Obama’s health-care law."
Look for Washington Joe to back down after the president threatens to campaign for him back home.
16. From Breitbart: "A recently released YouGov poll shows that Americans overwhelming believe Russian President Vladimir Putin has been far more effective during the Syrian chemical weapons crisis than President Obama.
"In fact, it was not even close."
Space aliens land in DC.
Take me to your leader, they demand of a White House guard.
So he takes them to Moscow.
Rush Limbaugh hoped Obama would fail.
Sadly he got his wish.
17. From Breitbart: "A Senate.gov web page covering the Constitution gets the scope of the Second Amendment wrong, telling readers that it is not clear whether the amendment protects an individual right or a collective right."
The Senate treats the Constitution like it treats Obamacare.
Nobody read either one.
18. From Fox News: "Obama claims 'no widespread evidence' health law hurts jobs, amid cutbacks."
And yet he believes in imaginary global warming.
Final score: EVIL 11, GOOD 7.