Commander in Chief fails to do job.
The government has a plan in place to protect the coastline in the event of an oil spill. Ownership and responsibility for managing the crises lies with the US Coast Guard. An Admiral in the Coast Guard is given the task of assessing any and assuming responsibility for managing the response. This makes sense. An admiral, appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate | Read More »
Obama is scared, and not about civil rights
The Arizona laws that make it a crime to be undocumented is a threat to Obama and his supporters. But not because it will infringe on civil rights. Obamacare, Cap & Trade, Financial Regulation reform, and a whole host of ideas the fringe elements in control of the Democrat party are putting forth all infringe on civil liberties. Big time! At the rate they are | Read More »
Words matter – Says Former President
Of course words matter, such as, “I never had sex with that woman”. So when former President Bill Clinton decides to lecture tea party patriots on the slippery slope of anti-government rhetoric I am amused. (H/T Drudge Report) How about the words “”I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of | Read More »
Would you buy a used car from these people?
The democrats are behaving as if the American people do not understand what is in there health insurance, or for that matter what the government is doing. The idea that passing the bill will give the American people the opportunity to see what they get and like it, but that they don’t need to know more than that now is driving Nancy, Harry and The | Read More »
A changing pardigm – can the Republicans adapt?
There is a changing political paradigm, and to survive the Republicans need to understand what is different. The era of Activist Federalism ushered in with John F Kennedy is giving way to a new Scalable Local Activist paradigm. People sent to Washington aren’t going to solve problems. Washington is the problem, and they are being sent there for damage control.
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Not so much a conservative victory, as a victory for states rights.
Listening to the talking heads spin the victory of Scott Brown in Massachusetts you would think Barry Goldwater beat John Kennedy. I don’t read it that way. I have listened to and read a lot of comments, mostly from Democrats and independents explaining why they voted. There is something there, something very “tea party-esque”. And it goes deeper than last years Tea Parties. It is | Read More »
Why young people will pay for insurance!
8:04 PM SEC. 2714. EXTENSION OF DEPENDENT COVERAGE IN GENERAL.—A group health plan and a health insurance issuer offering group or individual health insurance coverage that provides dependent coverage of children shall continue to make such coverage available for an adult child (who is not married) until the child turns 26 years of age. Nothing in this section shall require a health plan or a | Read More »
What is the real force behind the health care putsch
Nancy Pelosi is engineering a health care putsch for very personal reasons, and she doesn’t care who it hurts in her party. It may be a matter of survival for her political career.
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We support financial reform..
There is no question that the recent financial contraction had a negative impact on this country. Regulatory reform makes sense. But, who do we turn to for that reform? Let us assume we want to have someone advise us on our personal finances. We could begin by looking for an experienced consultant, with a track record that we can inspect. We could talk to Bernie | Read More »
The danger of group think
Somebody doesn’t get it. The concensus is that is Barack Obama. But, I think that is because we expect him to be making progress on our agenda, and are blind to his true goals. Maybe, just maybe Barack Obama knows what he is doing and is pleased with his progress. Find out why……
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