Does Newt’s support for Bush Rx Drug bill win Florida but lose conservatives?
Mitt Romney’s attack on Gingrich for alleged lobbying prompts full-throated defense of Bush Medicare reform Tea partier criticism of President George W. Bush and the early 2000s’ Republican Congress as oxymoronic “big government” conservatives have always focused on his signature No Child Left Behind education accountability reforms and the addition of coverage for Rx drugs via Medicare Part D. Then Senator Rick Santorum voted for | Read More »
Black white-flight from Obamavilles
The beginning of the end of pathological Democratic Party separateness For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. – Luke 12:34 (ESV) Before Barack Hussein Obama, there was Lyndon Baines Johnson and 45 years of white guilt/race card-playing victimization monogamy. In the third year after white folks purged the guilt and gave the first Hawaiian-born (and defended by $5 Million lawyers), mixed-race, | Read More »
Sager knows Texas tea best for Sunshine State
Oil made the sun shine on more than just gators in Florida Land O’ Lakes is a long way from New York City. New Yorkers vacationed in the Hamptons when horses and buggies were atop Dow Jones’ transportation index . The beaches Floridians understandably want to protect wouldn’t be an economic engine if oil weren’t drilled somewhere. Moreover, given the puny effect of the recent | Read More »
Fla-19: Sweet tea parties make Pelosi-ObamaCare-Kool-Aid curdle
[Inspired by The Minority Report's Pilgrim at Redstate] Since the first unveiling of the various iterations of Democratic Party-sponsored health care reform last summer, the American people have sent unequivocal, vocal and electoral messages of their disgust and opposition to the socialist America tipping point that was the passage of the ObamaCare legislation last month. The 21st Century tea partiers inspired to dump over-water mortgages into Lake Michigan as | Read More »