ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS

    In America’s time of turmoil we need a proven leader. We are making history as we speak on many different fronts. The Stock Market and the Economy, Energy Crisis, and the war abroad are all issues that America is coping with. So in these crossroads of Americas future I thought it was important to do a little homework on our proposed leaders.

    Oppose Bailout and become the “True Reformers”

    John McCain has an awesome opportunity to be the “True Maverick” by taking leadership and opposing this bailout. It is in opposition to everything he stands for, and it is the right thing to do. *“Senator McCain we respect you for standing up against corruption and we ask that you take leadership on this issue and stand up for the rest of us on main | Read More »

    Oppose Bailout and become the “True Reformers”

    John McCain has an awesome opportunity to be the “True Maverick” by taking leadership and opposing this bailout. It is in opposition to everything he stands for, and it is the right thing to do. “Senator McCain we respect you for standing up against corruption and we ask that you take leadership on this issue and stand up for the rest of us on main | Read More »

    New Michigan Census Data: Don’t Blame the Big 3

    Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. We know we’ve got a pretty rough set of economic conditions here in Michigan.  We have a broken budget, a corrupt and criminal leadership in Detroit, an ineffective (bordering on goofy) (lack of) leadership in Lansing and a Governor who seems more interested in shooting economic recovery in the foot than in giving it a welcoming home.  Oh, and | Read More »

    Right-to-Work in Michigan: Desperate times and all of that…

    Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. They like to say that the UAW brought you the forty-hour work week and a little something known as the weekend.  And while I haven’t enjoyed a regular forty-hour work week or an actual work-free weekend since I entered the work force full-time over a decade ago I’m willing to acknowledge that such things do in fact exist.  In | Read More »

    What Sarah Palin’s dad told her

    There are many reasons for the Palin sensation and the one that stood out to me most during her RNC speech was her unapologetic attitude. That’s been something in short supply in politics lately and I’m sure it was part of what people called “fresh air”. Then yesterday while watching the “Green Room” interview of Palin on Charlie Rose’s web site I learned where it | Read More »

    Thought process and leadership

    Tom Maguirehas a good point: Obama was wrong about the surge while McCain was right, but by and large I think the case could be made (but not by me!) that Obama is by far the more thoughtful and reflective of the two candidates and far more disposed to listen to a range of advice. My guess is that he would have a broader and | Read More »

    Thoughts on Obama’s Leadership Qualities

    This thought was prompted by an email thread which sought to understand the process and objectives by which Obama will be making his VP pick. It’s astounding how little we know about Obama’s character as a leader. For all we know, he could be sitting in those meetings letting Eric Holder pull his strings. Or he could be deciding out of insecurity, and will intentionally | Read More »

    All shine, no substance

    I have been cruising through the news videos over the past week, since Barack on vacation and we are free of liberal bombast. I cannot believe how bamboozled some people have become over “celebrity vs. substance.” Senator McCain has taken an unconscionable amount of heat for the ads that depict Obama’s rock star appearances. He says it is all in clean fun. And they are | Read More »

    All shine, no substance

    I have been cruising through the news videos over the past week, since Barack on vacation and we are free of liberal bombast. I cannot believe how bamboozled some people have become over “celebrity vs. substance.” Senator McCain has taken an unconscionable amount of heat for the ads that depict Obama’s rock star appearances. He says it is all in clean fun. And they are | Read More »

    Georgian President Saakashvili looks to John McCain in time of despair

    Today in York, Pennsylvania, John McCain gave a speech supporting the “tiny democracy” of Georgia with certainty and with no equivocation. My friends, we learned at great cost the price of allowing aggression against free nations to go unchecked. With our allies, we must stand in united purpose to persuade the Russian government to withdraw its troops from Georgia. There must be an independent, international | Read More »

    GOP Leadership

    Pelosi and her Democrat friends refused to address the energy crisis today, closing up shop early and refusing to vote on off-shore drilling. Off-shore drilling is a measurable and tangible solution to the energy crisis that we are experiencing. Funny thing is, Democrats probably complain most about high gas prices, but are doing the least to address it. House Republicans decided they would not leave | Read More »

    Well another giveaway

    Barrack Obama said yesterday during a speech that there needs to be a $1000 rebate to people who are suffering, and that $1000 will come from the profits of oil companies. *Econimics are not Obama’s strong suit or any of his econimics advisors. To take from the profits of oil companies is a ruse to get at your pension money. Investment companies that deal with | Read More »

    Economics and Government

    Wonder what the unionized labor of the State Michigan Government thinks of the anouncement yesterday by Govenor Granholm. She stated she is proposing taking from the state pensions to stimulate economic growth in the Detroit area. Will that make the democratic union leadership take notice. Oh that’s right they want to take away secret ballots so your quess is as good as mine.

    The Most Important Congressional Election in the Next 12 Months.

    Prepare yourself: we are going to have our arses handed to us in November. I remain cautiously optimistic that McCain might win the White House, but I regard it as a near certainty that we are going to lose 3-6 seats in the Senate, and between 15-30 seats in the House. That is not to say that I want any of these things to happen. | Read More »


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