Posts Tagged ‘Bill Whittle’

Introducing: The Virtual Presidency

Friday, February 8th, 2013

In the absence of a virtuous presidency (h/t Smitty),

Bill Whittle: “What difference does it make?”

Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Well said.

(And I’m glad Bill’s wearing a dark suit and contrasting tie. The gray-on-gray washed him out.)

h/t Jimbo.

Cheer up with Bill Whittle

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Feeling down? Listen to Bill Whittle, who has a surprisingly optimistic message,

I realize Bill’s rocking the one-tone suit-&-necktie vibe, but I so wish Bill would take my advice and wear neckties in bright colors. The gray-on-gray washes him out.

A few words from Bill Whittle,

Friday, November 23rd, 2012

@BillWhittle explains lucidly the morality of producing value to society:

Bill Whittle for POTUS!

(Via Instapundit.)

As it turns out, a (female) friend also had emailed me this, with the subject line “I want to have his babies”.

Number 6

Sunday, September 9th, 2012

Via Theo Spark

Merchants of despair

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Bill Whittle rocks,

Bill Whittle: Why soaking the rich (further) won’t help VIDEO

Monday, April 4th, 2011

h/t TigerHawk


Why the Obama administration’s silence on Chavez and Castro? UPDATED with VIDEO

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Otto Reich, writing about Qaddafi, Chávez, & Co.
The Obama administration will suffer from a crisis of credibility until it stands up to the tyrants in our own hemisphere.

It is good that dictators in the Middle East are at long last being overthrown, and that President Obama has finally called on Qaddafi to step down. The administration must explain, however, why it does not say the same about Castro and Chávez, or why Cubans and Venezuelans who have been tirelessly protesting against their dictators for years receive no support from the administration. Why do we see instead that the Cuban government receives financial incentives from the United States? Why do Bolivia’s Morales and Nicaragua’s Ortega — both Qaddafi Prize winners and Castro-Chávez allies — receive no pushback in their relentless efforts at subjugating their people? It is easy to see why some Americans have concluded that the Obama administration is more interested in appeasing its political base than in replacing anti-American dictators.

And, by the way,

The malign influence of Chávez can be measured by the more than $10 million a day in oil money that he gives Cuba, almost equal to the $5 billion a year by which the Soviets kept the Castro brothers afloat for over 30 years.

That doesn’t include Chavez’s alliances with the Russians and the Iranians, either.

Via Theo Spark, Bill Whittle on Obama’s friends and enemies,


The trouble with elitism

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Bill Whittle explains it,

h/t Instapundit.