How Dick Cheney Helped Elect Barack Obama
By Dale Glading | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com The day that George W. Bush decided to keep Dick Cheney on his ticket for a second term is the day that Barack Obama became the odds-on favorite to win the White House in 2008. Don’t believe me? Consider the following… Dick Cheney, a man whom I admire and a person with one of the most extensive public service | Read More »
Obama’s Proposed Bush Tax Cut “Extension” is Class Warfare at its Worst!
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com President Obama will announce his support for a one year extension of the Bush tax cuts this morning… but only for those earning less than $250,000. Big whoop. Think about it, Save Jerseyans: The “rich” sure ain’t what they used to be. Consider a pair of spouses who own a family business and jointly file as earning $250,000 in | Read More »
Supremely Political: Did Roberts Pen BOTH Opinions?
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com The ObamaCare backstory gets worse all the time, Save Jerseyans. We can never really know what happened in chambers. That said, emerging anonymous accounts seem to comport with what we can plainly observe about this repugnant capitulation to unconstitutional, unrestrained big government by Chief Justice John Roberts. It was supremely political. Be assured, I’m not leveling this charge simply | Read More »
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Barack Obama’s 20 Most Impossibly Self-Absorbed Moments
By Jordan Rickards | Cross-posted from SaveJersey.com SOLIPSISM [sol-ip-siz-uhm] (noun): 1) Philosophy: the theory that only the self exists, or can be proved to exist. 2) Extreme preoccupation with and indulgence of one’s feelings, desires, etc.; egoistic self-absorption. 3) Barack Obama. President Obama is undoubtedly many things to many people. Liberals see him as a genius, conservatives see him as a meddlesome dilettante. Liberals fawn over rhetorical | Read More »
Election 2012: The Perfect Tie Map
By Brian McGovern | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com Everyone knows that to become President of the United States a candidate needs to collect 270 electoral votes, this is the lowest majority you can have to take the White House. So what happens if no one gets there. Or worse, what happens if both candidates get exactly 269 electoral votes? And what is the likelihood of that | Read More »
Mitt Romney’s Birthday by the Numbers
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com Governor Romney is 65 years old today, Save Jerseyans. We hope he enjoys it (or at least as much as a candidate for national office possibly can). His first act as an official “senior citizen?” Deciding to NOT sign up for Social Security and Medicare, too. But I’m interested in other numbers tonight… the price of gas, specifically, which | Read More »
President Obama is Lying to You; It’s Time to Start Caring!
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com I really, truly don’t like saying this, Save Jerseyans. He’s my president, too. Even when our chief executives are wrong or morally inappropriate, we still like to think their intentions are originating from a pure place. This is probably the reason why so many Americans are reluctant to ponder Barack Obama’s numerous and disturbing past affiliations. They don’t | Read More »
Breitbart’s Mission Wasn’t Really to “Vet” Obama So Much as to Hold the Media Accountable
By Matt Rooney | Cross-posted at SaveJersey.com Following the tragic passing of Andrew Breitbart, we heard a lot about a video (or series of videos) which he had planned to release. The Happy Warrior had promised to vet President Obama in 2012 in a way that the mainstream media had failed to do in 2008. Excited interest pulsated throughout the conservative community. Anxious anticipation might’ve been a | Read More »
NJ Obama Donors Cited by Liberal Media as Objective Sources?
By Matt Rooney | Cross-Posted at The Save Jersey Blog Even in these extremely lean economic times, Save Jerseyans, New Jersey still has a few things in great abundance: blueberries, beaches, pizzerias, roads, and liberal media bias. We cover incidents of bias regularly here at Save Jersey. Ironically, we’re finding examples of ideologically-slanted coverage at “Politifact NJ,” a subsidiary of The Star-Ledger designed to… and this is the | Read More »
America is Waiting on “Rickomnich”
By Matt Rooney | Cross-Posted at The Save Jersey Blog Or “Gingmitterry.” Call this hypothetical apex political predator whatever you want! All I know is that the more I watch of these Republican presidential primary debates, the more your Blogger-in-Chief instinctively wishes that conservative scientists could figure out a way to splice the genes of Mitt Romeny, Newt Gingirch, and Rick Perryinto a single supercandidate DNA strand. The resulting | Read More »