Let’s face it, after the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize award winner was announced that once prestigious honor is reduced to naught but a piece of junk bling. We don’t have a multimillion dollar jackpot to reward the deserving so we cannot replace the once treasured Nobel. We can however recognize, with our very own prestigious Backpfeifengesicht Award, the face that deserves the dishonor on the other side of the spectrum.
There were more nominees for the Backpfeifengesicht 2013 award than there were hours in the year.
At first blush we thought for sure the winner of Backpfeifengesicht 2013 was to be Pajama Boy. Pajama Boy certainly has a Backpfeifengesicht look. Pajama Boy is a smarmy punk badly in need of a severe beating. Pajama Boy is the smug twerp portrayed by Obama propaganda boy Ethan Krupp to sell ObamaCare to young idiots. Pajama Boy however lost first place due to the work of two men so deserving of the Backpfeifengesicht 2013 award that little Ethan went the way of Chad Henderson into oblivion. [For those of you who have forgotten Chad Henderson he is the other Obama propaganda boy caught this year. Like Pajama Boy Chad Henderson works for the Obama organization to secretly corrupt comment sections on blogs with propaganda without disclosing who they are. Chad and Ethan are two peas in a pod.]
So what two “men” thwarted Ethan Krupp for the top spot? First up was Jay Michaelson of the Jewish Forward. Jay wrote a stupid column that declared attacks on Pajama Boy to be “anti-Semitic”. It’s a sign of desperation that the race card is now being played by every Obama/ObamaCare supporter in myriad variations. But if Michaelson is in any way right that Pajama Boy is really Jew Boy then who is responsible for this anti-Jew bit of antisemitism? We found the culprit at MSNBC!
The anti-Jew antisemite is Domenico Montanaro, Deputy Political Editor, NBC News and by logical extension the Barack Obama campaign organization which created Pajama/Jew Boy. Consider, if Pajama Boy is really a barely disguised Jew Boy then what of the creators of Pajama Boy/Jew Boy who (allegedly) specifically designed Pajama/Jew Boy to be hated? Who’s the antisemite now?
Domenico Montanaro writes in a desperate attempt to defend ObamaCare:
“You are not supposed to like Pajama Boy
A lot of people don’t like the persona that has become “Pajama Boy,” whoever he really is.
Ahead of Monday’s deadline for people without health insurance to sign up for Jan. 1 coverage, Organizing for Action, the president’s former campaign arm supporting his presidential agenda, sent out a tweet urging people to sign up that sparked all kinds of debate.
As part of an ongoing campaign using the president’s Twitter handle (@BarackObama) to try and reach young people, the Tweet showed a young man in red-plaid pajamas holding a mug and donning a wrist watch and a smirk, with the message:
“Wear pajamas. Drink hot chocolate. Talk about getting insurance.” [snip]
Conservative writer Rich Lowry called “Pajama Boy” an “insufferable man child,” who is “so nerdy he could guest-host on an unwatched MSNBC show,” and goes so far as to draw out the “breakdown of marriage” as the reason people like “Pajama Boy” exist while quoting Tocqueville. [snip]
Charles C.W. Cooke in National Review took it all very seriously, calling “Pajama Boy” the “Obama Machine’s Id,” a “metrosexual hipster in a plaid onesie who wants you to spend your precious Christmas days talking to him about the president’s vision for health insurance.” He also invoked the Founding Fathers.
All of this “outrage” misses the point.”
So what is the point Jew hater Montanaro of NBC News demands we notice? According to Montanaro the Obama organization deliberately wants us to hate – we are supposed to hate Jew Boy Pajama Boy Ethan Krupp:
“During the 2012 campaign, the Obama campaign bombarded supporters with provocative, if not downright creepy, email subject lines. (Remember: “Sometime soon, can we meet for dinner?” Or: “You, me, and Michelle?”)
Those were often derided on Twitter, mocked by Jon Stewart, and called “desperate.”
But they were among the most successful marketing and fundraising devices employed during the campaign. And no campaign has shown a better sensibility about what breaks through with young people.
That is vitally important if the law is going to be financially viable. The White House, before the website rollout debacle, stressed that it needed a three-to-one ratio of older-and-sicker versus young-and-healthy people to sign up for the law.
And the underlying message in this tweet — part of a light-hearted campaign that included the same model with his feet up on a coffee table smiling in a Christmas sweater — in many ways, is: “DON’T be like this guy. Get health care.”
“Don’t be this guy sitting around in his pajamas,” a Democratic official told First Read said of the message, who requested anonymity to talk freely. “Have a conversation, and get health care. And it’s poking fun at that” idea of doing nothing.
The official added that this is a way to try and reach a demographic that can be “hard to break through” with.
“Young people are going to be home, and this [getting health care] is a conversation they should have,” the official said. “They shouldn’t be this guy.”
Such is the chaos among Obama and ObamaCare supporters that they tie themselves up in knots trying to protect Obama. If Pajama Boy is supposed to be hated then isn’t Michaelson’s fight with the antisemitic creators of the Obama organization? Maybe Pajama Boy is just another example of Obama boobery and Michaelson is just another run of the mill Obama race-baiter of the Jewish variety.
Ask yourself, who is the bigger whore? Is it Ethan Krupp (or Chad Henderson) who happily gets paid to post propaganda? Is the bigger whore Jay Michaelson who plays the antisemitism card in order to protect Barack Obama’s ObamaCare disaster? Or, is the bigger whore Domenico Montanaro of NBC News who so desperately wants to protect Obama from the charge of incompetence that he actually has the gall to write an article claiming that hate for Pajama Boy was deliberate and not an example of more boobery from Obama and the ObamaCare fools?
All three of the above are worthy of a quick Backpfeifengesicht for sure. Pajama Boy (who has previously been accused of antisemitism and racism) does not get Backpfeifengesicht 2013 but he put us on the right track. Avik Roy made it clear to the awards committee that our eyes, so to speak, were on the prize. Avik Roy took on the Big Media whores directly:
“Pants On Fire: PolitiFact Tries To Hide That It Rated ‘True’ in 2008 Obamacare’s ‘Keep Your Health Plan’ Promise
On December 12, the self-appointed guardians of truth and justice at PolitiFact named President Obama’s infamous promise—that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it”—its 2013 “Lie of the Year.” An understandable choice. But in its article detailing why the President’s promise was a lie, PolitiFact neglected to mention an essential detail. In 2008, at a critical point in the presidential campaign, PolitiFact rated the “keep your plan” promise as “True.” The whole episode, and PolitiFact’s misleading behavior throughout, tells us a lot about the troubled state of “fact-checking” journalism.”
The entire dissection by Avik Roy of lies by PolitiFact in defense of Barack Obama and ObamaCare is worth a read. When it mattered, during election season 2008 and 2012, Big Media protected Obama lies with Big Media lies. Big Media has not only allowed Barack Obama to lie but has been complicit in disseminating Barack Obama’s lies and giving them the veneer of truth.
None of this is to absolve Barack Obama of responsibility for the lies he told and the lies his campaign propagated via cyphers like Pajama Boy and Chad Henderson. It is Barack Obama and Obama Dimocrats responsible for the lies about ObamaCare. And the lies and excuses keep coming:
“The Obama administration acknowledged Tuesday that some people who think they successfully signed up for insurance under the president’s health law may not actually have the coverage in place Jan. 1, because of the tech problems with HealthCare.gov. [snip]
Wednesday is the first day Obamacare coverage takes effect for people who signed up by the Dec. 24 deadline, but problems with the federal Obamacare portal and error-ridden enrollment files that were sent to insurers mean it’s all but certain that some of the sign-ups may have been lost or wrongly recorded.”
“Nearly 16,000 Iowans who tried to apply for coverage via the trouble-plagued federal health-insurance website are being told to apply separately through the state Department of Human Services. [snip]
The announcement affects people who entered their information into healthcare.gov and received a notice that they might qualify for Medicaid. The federal computer system was supposed to transfer their applications to a state computer system, but that transfer has been complicated by technical problems. The timing is critical, because the new insurance coverage is supposed to take effect on New Year’s Day, which is Wednesday.”
Happy New Year suckers. Don’t get sick.
It is not just on the broken back of ObamaCare that our prestigious Backpfeifengesicht 2013 is awarded. Consider the spectacle of Big Media lies on the unbroken ice of Antarctica:
“Somewhere far, far to the south where it is summer, a group of global warming scientists are trapped in the Antarctic ice. If you missed the irony of that situation, it is because much of the mainstream media has glossed over that rather inconvenient bit of hilarity.”
In every time zone, on every continent American Big Media is busy with lies to protect Barack Obama. That is why Barack Obama came in second to our winner in the Backpfeifengesicht 2013 sweepstakes. The winner is exemplified by NBC/MSNBC of which the following video is but an example of the filth so deserving of a powerful Backpfeifengesicht.
That video published on Christmas eve came too early to capture the latest filth from MSNBC. Not as vile as Martin Bashir’s crap attack against Sarah Palin but sufficient to make Melissa Harris-Perry tweets apology to Romney family the filth is never-ending. The phony apology came because of Harris-Perry mocking Mitt Romney’s adopted black grandson. Let’s all remember this next time we are told not to say anything mean about the Obama girls.
A lot of ugliness flowed under the 2013 bridge. From Ducks to Satan to ObamaCare we’ve had a lot of fun and words spilled this past year. It will be worse in election year 2014. Our Backpfeifengesicht 2013 Award Winner – Big Media – will see to that even lower standard.
We remember. For the past seven years we have remembered. This year, once again, some of us have lost loved ones and friends and to you we lift a cup – for Auld Lang Syne. Keep memory alive. Never forget. Happy New Year!