Make-Work Jobs vs. REAL Jobs
In regards to George’s interview with Michael Steele on Sunday’s “This Week with George Stenphanopoulos”, I can’t believe George does not know the difference between make-work jobs and REAL jobs. He seems to think a job is a job—as long as it pays. “HEY! George, your liberal credentials are showing.” Now I’m not as smart as George, but I do know the difference. “So George, | Read More »
As the O-Train Starts to Run Out of Track, Guess Who’s Re-Calculating Her End Game for 2012?
HILLARY!!! But you new that already, didn’t you? The way things are going now, 2012 could be another historic presidential election year—the year of the all women presidential contenders. Jeff Jorgensen email@example.com
Obama is Weak—and Our Enemies Know It
What was vaguely referenced during the presidential campaign, took only two weeks to fully emerge. America is witnessing the total Carter-esk transformation of Barrack Obama. One need only glance over the recent headlines to realize the extent of Obama’s, arrogance, hypocrisy and inexperience. Obama’s missteps are glaring, and they are dangerous. With Obama at the helm, America appears to be heading for the cliff. | Read More »
Next Target in the Obama Crosshairs—the U.S. Defense Budget (Updated Version)
When your ideological opponent is Obama and the liberal body politic, it isn’t hard to predict the next move on the Chess board. With passage of the House Stimulus Bill, the Senate will be next to vote on the measure. And vote they will, leaving the house bill largely in tact, and the Obama/Pelosi/Reid Stimulus Bill becoming law. Soon after, more spending bills will be | Read More »
Let’s Require BIG Government to Make BIG Profits
If BIG government wants to become BIG oil, BIG banking, BIG mortgage, BIG insurance, BIG healthcare, and the BIG three, let’s require them to make BIG PROFITS. A “profitable” BIG government is more efficient. A “profitable” BIG government doesn’t need to borrow capital—i.e. tax revenue. A “profitable” BIG government increases shareholder equity; and aren’t we the shareholders of BIG government? Stimulus—Schmimulus!!! Let’s eliminate | Read More »
The True Character—and Character Flaws—of Obama
A friend of mine confessed to me he voted for Barrack Obama because George Bush was such a terrible public speaker. According to my friend, Bush’s oratory was so horrendous he irreparably damaged his presidency, and decimated the image of the United States of America. My friend wanted a president who could speak in public with confidence, clarity, and conviction. I, on the other | Read More »
If Times are so Tough, Why Not Eliminate the Minimum Wage?
These can’t be hard times we’re facing. If they were, congress and the President would be working overtime to address the problem. They would be passing legislation that would create incentives for investment, stimulate job growth, and grow the private sector economy. Instead, they’re poised to pass legislation that only grows the public sector economy—the government; and we all know that a growing government is | Read More »
The Time to Re-Group is Over—Let’s Roll!
Same-sex marriage, socialized medicine, gay rights, legal rights for Gitmo prisoners/illegal immigrants/illegal combatants, partial-birth abortion made legal, talk radio/public prayer/In God We Trust made illegal, gays allowed in the service, straights leave the service. Smaller cars, higher gas prices, no SUV’s, bankrupt car companies, more solar power, no nuclear power, more wind power, no coal power, no drilling, larger trade deficits with Saudi Arabia/Iran/Venezuela, | Read More »
The First Hundred Days
Forget the crystal balls, tea leaves, tarot cards, and Ouija boards. To get a preview of the first one-hundred days of an Obama administration simply tune in to the first fifteen minutes of ABC’s hit show Supernanny. The show, now in its fifth season, is all about snot nosed, self-centered, spoiled rotten, brats who demand their way or else. The show is also about | Read More »
The Obama Holiday Tour
Just incase you’ve been too busy getting ready for that four-year holiday pleasure cruise aboard the S.S. Obama, let me fill you in on the latest. The November unemployment rate was 6.7%, up from 6.5% in October. Trends indicate an unemployment rate of 7.2% by March 2009. As of December 25th, 2008 the national debt stood at 10.6 trillion dollars and some odd cents. The | Read More »