Al-Qaida Happy Economy Is Bad
So I guess a new tape came out and it shows Al Qaida happy our economy is in a rough patch. If anything I am shocked at how the media really is not hyping this much. I mean as a patriotic American I would think this would remind many out there that our economy was attacked on 9/11 and it is still be attacked. That | Read More »
The American Left Hates God, The American Right Loves America–I didn’t say it, USA Today did!
In a review of this weekends movie box office, USA Today admits that two movies (An American Carol and Religulous) had politically motivated audiences supporting them. Audiences had political offerings on the left and right. An American Carol, a send-up of Michael Moore, did a respectable $3.8 million, good for No. 9. Religulous, the skewering of religion from comedian Bill Maher, was 10th with $3.5 | Read More »
Barack Obama—The Ultimate Champagne Socialist
It’s time to upgrade the term Limousine Liberal to the much more accurate and easier to understand Champagne Socialist. The label precisely describes Barack Obama and his Pandering Populist cohorts (Hollywood Celebrities, Berkeley Elite, etc.), and I hope the McCain campaign pins it squarely on Obama’s chest. From Urban Dictionary: A champagne socialist is a derogatory label for a person who vocally and ideologically expresses | Read More »
So Called Peaceful Democrats
Looks like the Democrats are starting to sweat. Last night my neighborhood had EVERY McCain Palin sign stolen from the yard. Our county is primarily Democrat, while our neighborhood has at least double the McCain Palin signs to Obama signs. Last night not only my family’s two signs were stolen, but the rest of the ENTIRE neighborhood’s signs were stolen. WONDER WHY? Then must have | Read More »
Disdain, thy name is Democrat
UPDATE: See 29Victor’s blog for another take on this important story. His was up early this morning, but I missed it before I posted mine. How often we are reminded that it is those in the Democrat Party that care about women, minorities, and children, and those of us in the Republican Party are intolerant, bigoted, chauvinistic, child-haters. Those of us that have been around | Read More »
Educate the Idiots.
Face the State, which refers to itself as “the ‘go-to’ news resource for Coloradans interested in state and local politics,” has obtained a confidential memo from the Colorado Democracy Alliance (a Colorado 527 group) which contains both a list of their operatives and the tasks assigned to them. The list of operatives includes the Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff and Gov. Bill Ritter’s press aide, | Read More »
Vodoo Economics, Democrat Style
This ad is being run in MN in the Senate race between Al Franken (D-Bigmouth) and incumbent Norm Coleman: Let me get this straigh – prices are higher at the pump because we didn’t tax the oil companies enough? Or are you saying that taxing them more will bring gas prices down? What kind of business is this “Dan” character in???
Change Change Change Mr. Obama
It appears that there’s definitely a “rat” in America’s Icebox or should I redefine that to “rats” in the icebox. America has once again slumped into a mode of complacency by letting the News Media, special interest groups, lobbyists and “bad guys” make one of the most important decisions of their lives. Americans are using their lack of time, as a reason for bad decisions | Read More »
Scorched Earth partisanship is the best way to pass the Bailout Bill
We have Democrats on record defending Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, some are even on YouTube. We have facts and figures on our side while the worst the Left can level is that Rick Davis’ firm had Fannie Mae for a client when he was no longer there. We have news articles dating from as far back as 1999 warning about the crisis that could | Read More »
Shame on the Democrats and their community organizers
This is just wrong. The Washington Post reports voters spread the blame for the broader economic problems facing the country: In an open-ended question, a quarter of all voters said George W. Bush is responsible for the economy’s relatively poor performance, more than any other single cause. About a quarter name Congress (8 percent), the federal government (8 percent) and Democrats and Republicans (5 percent | Read More »
Bipartisan Rejection, Populists and the Grassroots
What’s most interesting about the failed bailout plan is that it was such a bipartisan decision. Until yesterday I had no idea that 95 Democrats would oppose the plan. After supposed “leader” Nancy Pelosi ransacked many Republicans for their hardcore stance against the bailout, you would have thought her people would come through. Not so much. As Daniel Larison writes today at Culture11, “Indeed, the | Read More »
What Would a Third Party Be Like?
If things are as they appear (and of course they seldom are), we were all treated today to the spectacle of the American equivalent of what a third Party would be like. We had the Democrats and the Senatorial Republicans, with the House Republicans (perhaps joined by some House Democrats) as the Third Party. What remains to be seen is whether they plan to use | Read More »
Whoa Senator Obama
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize that Senator Obama’s leadership ability is minus 10. He can’t even take time out to help his Democratic Party or fellow Americans during this economic slump. His buddies are praising him for his support and gibberish about bipartisanship, but 93 fellow Democrats stood up today and said, “No” to Pelosi and Obama. Way to go Democrats! What’s | Read More »
I challenge democrat Pelosi!
Sept. 28, 2008 Pelosi’ Progress Report Before the Vote Pelosi made herself look bad. Pelosi, making herself look bad, offered many sound bits attacking Bush and the Administration for the economic mess our country is in. She stated: “The party is over” for Wall Street Execs and CEO’s. Gave misleading kudos to the democrats for tossing the pork out of the Bill; and wrongfully insinuating | Read More »
The Truth Hurts
As this situation resolves itself into a blame game and assisted with the finger pointing of certain elected parties I think it’s important to recognize the initial point of conception of how the problem started. If you cannot find the underlying issues, you cannot fix the problem. By now most are becoming aware of the precipitating factors and the scare mongers are running rampant in | Read More »