Congratulations Obama Voters, You Won…

    No matter how well-intentioned Liberal/Progressive policies may appear to the American people, the end results are always the same… Failure. Tragedy. Destruction. Dependency. Throughout the 2012 election cycle, the economy and jobs consistently polled higher than anything else on the minds of the American electorate. When asked why economic growth was so anemic and unemployment remained historically high, the “so-called” experts always said, “It’s the | Read More »

    Granny, Wheelchair and Cliff…

    I’ve heard it on good and unimpeachable authority* that Team Obama was forced to leave most of the original tape allegedly showing “Paul Ryan throwing Granny over a cliff in a wheelchair” on the cutting room floor. Apparently, as the Paul Ryan ‘look-alike’ made his way back from the edge of the cliff, Axelrod and Plouffe became so engrossed in self-praise and smug superiority for | Read More »

    Method behind the “madness” of 5% GDP…

    In a perfect world, total federal spending is constitutionally limited to 18% of GDP, and a balanced federal budget is mandated. The federal government is held accountable for the environment it fosters. Allocation of Federal Expenditures Defense and National Security – 5% GDP or 28% Total Federal Outlays Entitlements – 5% GDP or 28% Total Federal Outlays Remaining Departments – 5% GDP or 28% Total | Read More »

    Clinton Bails

    From the Clinton News Network,™ we have this very telling exchange between Secretary Clinton and Wolf Blitzer. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer she does not want to serve a second term as secretary of state or run for president of the United States. Blitzer sat down with the former 2008 presidential candidate in Cairo. Q- If the president is reelected, do | Read More »

    The Total Absence of Leadership and Competence

    Beware the Ides of March– Meltdowns, smack-downs, skyrocketing food prices, soaring energy cost, record deficits, crippling unemployment, declining revenues, insolvent entitlements and no plan to deal with any of the former has taken its toll on the Obama Presidency. Just 22% of Likely U.S. Voters say the country is heading in the right direction, the lowest level of confidence found since before President Obama’s inauguration | Read More »

    Rahm Booted From Ballot

    Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel was booted from the ballot in the Chicago mayoral race on Monday. An Illinois Appellate Panel ruled 2-1 that Emanuel did not meet the residency requirement to run for mayor. JUSTICE HOFFMAN delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Presiding Justice Hall concurred in the judgment and opinion. Justice Lampkin dissented, with opinion. …This history tells | Read More »


    Miss Me Yet?

    Clearly, the bloom is off the rose. Americans are divided over whether President Barack Obama or his predecessor has performed better in the White House, according to a new national poll. And a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Friday also indicates in the battle for Congress, Republicans hold large advantages over the Democrats among independents, men and blue-collar whites. The poll also indicates that Republicans | Read More »

    Let Me Be Perfectly Clear…

    Because Democrats and their Wall Street cronies continue to lie about their symbiotic partnership and mutually beneficial role in obstructing critically needed regulatory reform of corrupt GSE’s and the sub-prime market they spawned, and the partisan press continues to cover it up, it’s necessary to remind the voters of just how we got here. Especially since a large part of the American people were apparently | Read More »

    To declare victory in Iraq is delusional and dangerously premature…

    What follows are some lengthy excerpts from an opinion piece by Caroline Glick, entitled U.S. Pullout: The Sunset for Iraq? It originally appeared in the Jerusalem Post, although I came across it via Real Clear Politics. I’ve included the links, omitted in the original, to some of the source material referenced by Glick. I normally refrain from the extensive use of excerpts, but in this | Read More »

    No-Recovery Summer?

    I was perusing The Foundry over the weekend, and this blog entry by J.D. Foster really stood out. It is timely, the subject matter is ready-made for the mid-terms, it can be condensed into powerful campaign material, it’s accurate and informative, it leaves no wiggle-room, and it is brief. Plus, it has a nifty graph. The Obama Administration announced “Recovery Summer” in June to highlight | Read More »

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