Dems Fall Back on Their Preferred Strategy: Cut and Run
The NRCC has a nifty website up showing which of the endangered House Democrats have town halls scheduled. Of the 75 most endangered Democrats, only 6 are having town hall meetings. Nancy Pelosi claimed the Democrats were very proud of their agenda these past two years. If so, why are seventy Democrats hiding from their constituents? Find out if yours is hiding here.
A Tale of Budget Cowardice…and Courage
“The U.S. House has never— NEVER —failed to pass a budget resolution since the current budget rules were put into place in 1974. Until today. ” So the Democrats have finally admitted they will not produce a budget plan this year. This is the ultimate in political cowardice. To understand how cowardly, one must understand what a budget plan really is. In short, a budget | Read More »
Can we cross reference votes to ACORN and the Contact List?
There were seventy-five votes in the House of Representatives against defunding ACORN. What if we put up a list of names and whether or not there are in-district ACORN offices. We get this: 2/3 of the votes against defunding ACORN have ACORN offices in their districts. 1/3 do not have offices in the districts. Congressman Delahunt has no ACORN office in his district, but has | Read More »
House of Representatives Votes to Take Over All Student Loans
If you want an indication of just how radical the Democrats in Congress have become, consider the vote on H.R. 3221. The legislation, which I wrote about yesterday, shuts down all private lenders for higher education student loans, requires that colleges and universities adhere to a new federal bureaucracy, creates a new Green Schools Czar, and hints that any school not complying will see its | Read More »
Barack Obama Throws The House Democratic Conference Under the Bus
I don’t know, psychologically, what it is that compels a man like Barack Obama to systematically throw under the bus every person who helps him. But he has done it again. This will have devastating reprecussions for the House Democrats. Having pushed as hard as they could to get Cap and Trade passed in the House, the United States Senate has blocked consideration of the | Read More »