The Height of Hypocrisy: Ryan’s Medicare Plan Plagiarized by Obama via Obamacare
As mentioned by EVERYBODY, all of Obama’s promises come with an expiration date. But it’s truly stunning how quickly some of those promises expire, in the case below, 1 day [emphasis mine]: In his convention speech in Charlotte, President Obama vowed to block the Republican Medicare reform plan because “no American should ever have to spend their golden years at the mercy of insurance companies.” | Read More »
Corrupt NY Obama Democrat AG Using Courts and NYT To Smear Romney
Meet New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. This piece of work is a Democrat and is in his first term. He is also the co-chairman of the Obama regime’s mortgage fraud task force; therefore, he is working to get Obama re-elected. To assist the campaign, Schneiderman sent subpoenas as part of an investigation into private equity firms’ executives getting management fees converted into investments in | Read More »
“It Smells Like Death.”
My changes to Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof to reflect today’s Presidential campaign: MITT ROMNEY: What’s that smell in this room? Didn’t you notice it, Paul? Didn’t you notice the powerful and obnoxious odor of cynicism? PAUL RYAN: Yes, sir, I think I did. MITT ROMNEY: Ain’t nothing more powerful than the odor of cynicism. Didn’t you notice it, Barack? BARACK OBAMA: | Read More »
Yes, Democrats Hate The Rich In Order to Lie About Taxes
Ask any Democrat statist if they hate the wealthiest Americans, and of course they’ll deny it. It’s a lie. It’s always been a lie. And no, they don’t just hate wealthy Republicans, they hate all wealthy Americans. The hate starts at the top with Obama.
ObamaTax Ruling: It’s That Bad
Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, nor a trained scholar on the United States Constitution. The opinions below are my own. In addition, it’s a long piece, but one I believe you will think worth the time to read. If you haven’t taken time to read NFIB v. Sebelius, ridiculously upholding ObamaTax (yes, I stole that name from Ace and others, but it is appropriate) | Read More »
America’s Magna Carta Moment
We are approaching the 800th anniversary of one of the “grandparents” of our Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution, Magna Carta. The provisions in that document and its subsequent iterations set England upon the course of democratic rule and curbing the power of government. While the first attempt at this failed shortly after it was agreed to, subsequent versions saw eventual, real change | Read More »
Did Chief Justice Roberts Hand WH to Romney and the Senate to Republicans?
I know I’m a couple days late on this, and I’m sure others have commented on the same topic. This is the first of at least two posts (and maybe more) I will be writing on the subject. Chief Justice John Roberts’ Obamacare ruling, and it is his ruling, could very well have handed Republicans control of the federal government beginning on January 20, 2013. | Read More »
Obama Judge Upholds Law Against Obama’s NLRB
This past December, there was a major kerfuffle at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) as it was trying to pass a new rule regarding union elections before the term of pro-union Democrat Craig Becker, a (legal) recess appointment by President Obama, expired at the end of that month. The lone Republican on the Board, Brian Hayes, threatened to resign if the Board attempted to | Read More »
Komen Foundation Struggling; NYT Refuses to Say Why
JWF had this to say after the Komen Foundation caved to the lefty hate crowd following its decision to restore its previously renounced Planned Parenthood funding: Komen had seen a huge increase in financial support despite the relentlessly negative publicity. We’ll see how long that lasts now that they’re back in bed with the abortionists from Planned Parenthood. The New York Times lets us know: | Read More »
Sandra Fluke a Typical Democrat Wannabe Politician; She’s a Liar
I don’t know if 30-year old Georgetown University law student Sandra Fluke is a slut. But she’s already exhibited all that is needed to be a politician in the Democrat Party; Fluke’s a liar. Via Steve Gilbert, Alana Goodman of Commentary Magazine has a policy letter from Georgetown’s President John DeGioia [emphasis mine]:
Are Karl Rove and Allahpundit Trying to Give Obama Another 4 Years?
Maybe I’m jumping the gun a bit here. But it doesn’t help when Karl Rove, aided and abetted by Allahpundit, seeks to give us another 4 years of tyranny under Barack Obama. Either Allahpundit is just an extreme contrarian, or he is in desperate need of an intervention: Dude, I’m nervous. Or maybe I’m the one needing the intervention.
Obama Admits Failure of Student Loan Takeover in Obamacare
During this past weekend’s address by the President, Barack Obama decided to create a fake issue about Republicans wanting university student loan interest rates to rise. But while he doesn’t mention it, this is a failure created by Obama and his party. Here’s why.
Kevin Drum Insult Christians, Ignores Definitions of Words
Over at Mother Jones, lefty extremist Kevin Drum wrote an insulting piece of tripe called “Helping the Poor is Now Apparently Anti-Bible“. Apparently, Drum took umbrage at a statement pastor Rick Warren made on ABC’s This Week: Well certainly the Bible says we are to care about the poor….But there’s a fundamental question on the meaning of “fairness.” Does fairness mean everybody makes the same | Read More »
Hollywood liberal Ashley Judd proclaims herself a “victim” in the “War on Women”. No, not the “war” Democrats/liberals/progressives say is being waged by Republicans/conservatives; this war is the one that’s been going on for decades by her fellow liberals, men and women, the real misogynists. But actually, this is an inner war Ashley is fighting with herself, and her screed is more of a whine | Read More »
Obama Fed Judge Issues WTF Ruling
Via Althouse; an Obama-appointed federal judge, William Conley, issued a ruling that struck down parts of Wisconsin’s Act 10, the law that led miscreant Democrat politicians and miscreant public union employees to abandon their posts in order to throw a childish temper tantrum. The most controversial part of the law, stripping all but pay from any collective bargaining agreements negotiated by non-public safety public employee | Read More »
Unanimous Supreme Court Smacks EPA, 9th Circus…Again
Michael and Chantell Sackett bought some land in Idaho, intending on building a home there. After getting all the requisite permits and beginning the work in 2007, the EPA swooped in, called the Sacketts’ property wetlands, subject to federal regulation under the Clean Water Act, and put a halt to the work. Worse, the EPA said the Sacketts couldn’t go through the courts because the | Read More »
Douthat: “The ‘Safe, Legal, Rare’ Illusion”
In yesterday’s New York Times, more-or-less conservative columnist Ross Douthat has an excellent piece that must be read in full. Here is the key portion of the piece: At the same time, if liberal social policies really led inexorably to fewer unplanned pregnancies and thus fewer abortions, you would expect “blue” regions of the country to have lower teen pregnancy rates and fewer abortions per | Read More »
New GOP Messaging: Obama Has Already Raised Taxes On Poor And Working Americans
It’s time the GOP, not only the candidates but those in Congress, come out with a new message. They got crushed when Obama and Democrats accused them of wanting to raise taxes on the “middle class” when they were supposedly holding up the bill to maintain the payroll tax rates Obama and Democrats set a year before (as part of retaining the current income tax | Read More »
Rebuttal of Dan McLaughlin’s “The Proposition 8 Decision: Not Rational”
If this post were part of a court decision, it would be a concurrence in judgment; I agree with Dan McLaughlin’s main point about the 9th Circuit panel’s Perry ruling striking down California’s Proposition 8 [emphasis from original]: There are arguments for and against same-sex marriage as a policy matter, but the argument for declaring that the Constitution mandates that only one set of those | Read More »