Krugmoron Wants 91% Tax Rate Like In the Good Ol’ Days!
Truly, a Nobel Prize has become meaningless, at least in Economics. Krugmoron has an article called The Twinkie Manifesto where he calls for bringing back confiscatory class-warfare tax rates imposed by the Dems. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/19/opinion/krugman-the-twinkie-manifesto.html?ref=opinion He uses an article from Fortune magazine to claim that top executives in the good ol’ days were forced to live like real middle-class Americans without yachts and mansions. Sorry, but | Read More »
Epitaph 2012: “Obama Cares About Me.”
The litany continues: Romney is a Mormon, which fact alienated Evangelical Christians, and perhaps Catholics, who again gave a majority of their votes to a supporter of infanticide. Romney is almost a generation older than the Kool slam-dunkin’ Afro-American dude, and therefore Romney did not attract the 18-35 group, who are more than happy to hear that MAObama might cancel their college debts. Romney is | Read More »
Why I Remain Fearful of the Future, But Must Stay Optimistic!
I read articles and stories every day about how Romney is slowly inching to a lead here and there, that the election is still a toss-up, that states in a miserable economic condition are still voting for MAObama. How is this possible? Unfortunately the answers are not good, even if they seem to be. Answer I. The election will not be close, because the MSM | Read More »
Rod Serling and BIG BRObama’s Anti-American Foreign Policy
And so… BIG BRObama says that the murder of an ambassador and 3 other embassy staff by Islamofascists is a “bump in the road.” His minions claim that it was nothing big, and that Romney is blowing it out of proportion to create “a campaign issue.” But we expect such an attitude from someone who “leads from behind,” the stupidest phrase ever uttered in American | Read More »
NY Times Readers Drunk On MAObama’s Kool-Aid: Big BIrd’s Unemployment and Mental Illness Experts
I was absolutely fascinated by the delusional – and therefore absolutely scary – comments on an article in the New York Times about BIG BRObama’s post-debate attack on Romney. By somebody from New York: If Romney is already threatening to take away Big Bird, just imagine what he’ll do to you once he’s elected. It takes an idiot go on live national television and threaten | Read More »
Opinion Polls and October 12th: Israeli D-Day for Iran, Rather Than Columbus Day?
Those with and without military expertise are expecting the middle of the October to be the best time for an Israeli strike against Iran. The most moonlight of the month will occur with the full moon on October 12th, which would aid any night-time raid on Iran’s nuclear weapons bases. I suspect that the catalyst may be an assumption by the Israeli government that MAObama | Read More »
Signs and Wonders From Ohio
One would think that my state, Ohio, would not be considering retaining MAObama at all. It voted for a Republican governor in 2010 and is making a small comeback as a result. And yet today, September 30th, the Columbus Dispatch runs a front-page story about a poll with BIG BRObama leading by 9 points, 51-42. “Fire Obama” signs, however, were quite visible during a two-day | Read More »
BIG BRObama Answers The Question: “Who Is Mitt Romney?”
After watching ads about Romney (and occasionally Ryan) from MAObama and his minions, here is what America knows about Mitt Romney. 1. He is rich! And it is bad to be rich, because apparently you become rich only by being a crook. 2. He has rich friends. And it is bad to have rich friends, because they are all crooks too, and apparently have a | Read More »
Remembering History in the Shadow of September 11, 2001
Recently I was gently, but quite properly, chastised for a comment here at RedState, wherein I assumed that the Stalinian/Hitlerian technique of “The Big Lie” would have been known to all who were not “aliterate” or “illiterate.” The comment was harsh, and led me to meditate on the passing of Time and the passing of the knowledge of History to new generations. My present 6th-Grade | Read More »
Small-Town America: Our Last Hope?
Delphos, Ohio was founded in the mid-19th century by a German Catholic priest, and boasts a large number of Catholics descended from German immigrants. Other religions have their churches there also, but the skyline is dominated – much like medieval cities during an era of faith – by the Catholic church of the parish of Saint John the Evangelist. Recently a young sailor named John | Read More »