Dignity and self-interest
Rest assured, there will eventually be some happy ObamaCare customers. It’s comical, and highly significant, that the media can’t seem to find any after ten days of diligent searching, but they’ll be along eventually. It’s just about mathematically impossible to throw a trillion bucks around, and redistribute a trillion more, without someone on the candy end of the lollipop declaring themselves extremely satisfied with the | Read More »
Nancy Pelosi thinks a pay cut is below her ‘dignity.’
And this is why Nancy Pelosi will STAY House Minority Leader. It’s because of incredibly tin-eared statements like this. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday that she opposes a cut in congressional pay because it would diminish the dignity of lawmakers’ jobs. “I don’t think we should do it; I think we should respect the work we do,” Pelosi told reporters in the | Read More »
Charles Krauthammer on Michigan unions: The “moral calculus” of higher wages combined with higher unemployment
Charles Krauthammer: But there is another factor at play: having a job in the first place. In right-to-work states, the average wage is about 10 percent lower. But in right-to-work states, unemployment also is about 10 percent lower. Higher wages or lower unemployment? It is a wrenching choice. Although, you would think that liberals would be more inclined to spread the wealth — i.e., the | Read More »
Tags: Charles Krauthammer
, Rick Snyder
, right to work
, United Auto Workers
Are You A Raaaaaaaaaaacist Prone To Violence ?!?…. Watch These Video Files For The Answer …. And Keep Our Nation’s Dignity Held High.
The First Lady Of The United States seems to have a bit of a problem: www.breitbart.tv/michelle-obama-tells-naacp-america-still-unequal First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the NAACP Conference in Kansas City today. The bulk of her speech was focused on childhood obesity, but this passage highlighted Mrs. Obama’s critical view of racial equality in America 2010. =================== These gentlemen and their friends seem a tad miffed as well: www.breitbart.tv/call-to-arms-new-black-panthers-rally-against-tea-party-police | Read More »
Cynthia McKinney’s boat sinks*.
(Via Israel Matzav) The boat being the “Dignity,” which was a blockade runner supporting Hamas that tried to bull its way through the Israeli’s interdiction of Gaza, and discovered that when wood meets steel, wood gives way. Anyway, it’s at the bottom of the Mediterranean now: ‘Free Gaza’ Leftist Ship Capsized (IsraelNN.com) A boat used by the leftist “Free Gaza” organization to challenge Israel’s sovereignty | Read More »
Trials and tribulations and a Servants Heart!
As a conservative I never questioned my desires in regards to identity politics. I find though as a woman that I identify with both Governor Sarah Palin and Cindy McCain and I know millions upon millions of women will as well. I start with Sarah because she is the Vice Presidential candidate…she like myself never questioned whether we were different than boys; we would both | Read More »
McCain vs Obama: Part I – The Promise of America
With all said and done and the rhetoric being ratcheted up, I thought it would be a good idea to compare both Presidential nomination acceptance speeches side by side. To see what each man said during his speech. I took both men’s speeches, analyzed the content and broke them down into six parts: The Promise of America, Today’s Challenges Facing Americans, Leadership Experience, Their Promise | Read More »
Tags: Barrack Obama
, Culture of Life
, family values
, John McCain
, open markets
, Personal Responsibility
Remember When Andrew Sullivan Used to be a Credible Blogger?
I’m sure that newcomers to the blogosphere often wonder why anyone ever reads Andrew Sullivan. Since Obama came along, after all, Sullivan has been nothing but nothing more than just another no-talent Obama sycophant who is inordinately obsessed with convincing himself that the Catholic Church does not really mean what it teaches on homosexuality. In other words, no one that anyone would want to read. | Read More »