Your money? The government’s “income”
There was an interesting comment made on the floor of the United States Senate yesterday. I first noticed in from Senator Jim DeMint’s twitter feed. DeMint tweeted, “Sen. Dorgan just said a vote for tax cuts is a vote to ‘reduce this country’s income. To Democrats, it’s the government’s money. Not yours.” Really? I mean it wouldn’t surprise me, but we rarely hear the Democrats | Read More »
199 Protest Packages Sent to Earl Pomeroy So Far
On Friday I said we needed to make Earl Pomeroy’s life painful this week for going home to North Dakota, telling his constituents he would oppose Obamacare, then going back to DC and saying he would vote for it. 199 of you have taken the opportunity to flood his district office with protest packages of dog dirt. Have you sent yours to drive the point | Read More »
Make Earl Pomeroy’s Life Painful
Earl Pomeroy told his constituents he was standing up to his fellow Democrats on health care. He stood up to Nancy Pelosi and said he wouldn’t vote for a bill that expanded the deficit. Rep. Earl Pomeroy, D-N.D., had interrupted Pelosi’s presentation about one version of the bill with questions about its cost. According to Pomeroy and others, she cut him off — twice — | Read More »
I told you guys Georgia was not in play.
The Obama team realizes it too. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign has put the brakes on ads that were running in seven states carried by the GOP in the 2004 presidential election, FOX News has learned. Of the seven states — including Alaska, Georgia, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota — Florida and Virginia are considered key battlegrounds this year. Obama’s decision to stop advertising in those | Read More »