The Top 5 Imploded Leftist Myths of 2013

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Erg-Obama-APBen Shapiro writes:  2013 was a year of myths falling apart. The myth of President Obama – a myth in which Obama was a messianic figuredescending to bequeath health care, equality, and brotherhood on mankind – imploded. The myth of an America embracing the leftist social agenda collapsed. And the greatest myth of all – the myth that America is ready to become Europe – crumbled to ash.

Here, then, are the top five imploded myths of the last year:

The 2012 election gave President Obama a mandate to cram through his signature program. In the aftermath of President Obama’s re-election, members of both the administration and the media trumpeted that Obama had received his long-sought mandate. Obamacare, Americans were told, was the law of the land. It could not be changed; it could not be stopped. Obamacare would be implemented, the country would rejoice, and Republicans would mourn…

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TWITTER WAGES WAR AGAINST PHIL ROBERTSON: Twitter BLOCKS Users from Linking to Pro-Phil Robertson Website

By Girls Just Want to Have Guns 

Twitter has blocked users from linking to a website supporting Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson after his scathing remarks about homosexuality last week.

The site has been flagged, which means tweets containing links to the page are prohibited.

The action is the latest development in the ongoing war surrounding Robertson’s comments in the January 2014 issue of GQ Magazine, which saw him immediately dumped from the hit A&E show.

The website, run by the organization Faith Driven Consumer, is petitioning A&E to reinstate Robertson and formally apologize to his family and his fans for removing him from future filming. It has collected more than 202,868 signatures since Friday, storming past its goal of 200,000.

The Christian group complained that Twitter has blocked users from tweeting about the petition and that the move ‘marks at least the third major shutdown of a…

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