Congress Should Not Have Its Obamacare Paid

    Senator David Vitter (R-LA) and Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) will hold a press conference today, September 30 at 3:30 p.m. EDT at the “Senate Swamp,” on the northeast grounds of the U.S. Capitol. The press conference is to urge House Republicans to include Vitter’s “No Washington Exemption from Obamacare” (S.1497) amendment in the Continuing Resolution (CR).

    Congress Should Not Have Its Obamacare Paid

    Senator David Vitter (R-LA) and Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) will hold a press conference today, September 30 at 3:30 p.m. EDT at the “Senate Swamp,” on the northeast grounds of the U.S. Capitol. The press conference is to urge House Republicans to include Vitter’s “No Washington Exemption from Obamacare” (S.1497) amendment in the Continuing Resolution (CR).

    Wall Street teaches causality to Barack Obama.

    It would seem that President Obama seems to have a bit of a problem with the concept of “cause and effect.” This is hardly surprising – the man is essentially a glorified political science major* – but it is, upon reflection, a bit awkward. Seeing as the man will still be president for about seven months, and thus technically responsible for the country in that | Read More »

    Wall Street teaches causality to Barack Obama.

    It would seem that President Obama seems to have a bit of a problem with the concept of “cause and effect.” This is hardly surprising – the man is essentially a glorified political science major* – but it is, upon reflection, a bit awkward. Seeing as the man will still be president for about seven months, and thus technically responsible for the country in that | Read More »

    Road to serfdom slaughtered; Road to anarchy “deemed” paved by March madness

    “What our forefathers with so much difficulty secured, do not basely relinquish.” – William Bradford America has been slouching towards Gomorrah down the road to serfdom since the 1930s, at the latest. But at least most of those miles were slogged with the consent of the governed in Congress, in accordance with the rule of law. And yet, I wonder if Bork’s and Hayak’s pessimistic prognostications about | Read More »

    Pitchforks, torches now acceptable for political demonstrations.

    Please calibrate accordingly. Admittedly, it looks a little, well, small by right-wing activist standards, but that’s a real, live Lefty protest against a business organization* using actual pitchforks and functional torches.  Feel free to pass that around the next time somebody has the vapors about a Tea Party protest… (Via Instapundit.) Moe Lane *The Connecticut Business and Industry Association; goodness only knows why they in | Read More »

    ‘Pitchfork’ Obama takes Jim Crow national

    President and Professor of Law, Barack Obama took a little time off from poking CEOs with his pitchfork a few weeks ago to deride captive Supreme Court Justices at the State of the Union for overturning “Pitchfork” Ben Tillman’s 1907 Congressional Act that prohibited corporations from contributing to federal campaigns for public office. The public insult that Juan William’s derided immediately after the constitutionally required | Read More »

    Ken Lewis de-TARPs Bank of America despite Obama pitchforks

    Deliverer is a synonym for Messiah, and Lucifer wields pitchforks Could Ken Lewis deliver a de-TARP-ed America from Obama? The soon to resign CEO of the nation’s largest bank, Ken Lewis, and his cocky defender here at Examiner, have been vindicated in spades, with this announcement last week: Bank of America Corp. said Wednesday it has repaid the entire $45 billion it owed U.S. taxpayers | Read More »

    OBAMA VS. THE PITCHFORKS!

    It was only last April 3rd, that Obama declared to the bank CEOs : “Be careful… My administration is the only thing between you and the pitchforks.” http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0409/20871.html As the Senate conspires today to jam Obamacare down our throats, I call again to all able bodied men and women that we need to up the grassroots ante now! Tea Parties got us together and woke | Read More »

    Pitchfork Protests!

    In response to Saturday night’s arrogant vote by our rogue government, I hear-by propose that we elevate the debate at Town Hall meetings across America. Tea Parties got us together and woke us up. Town Hall Protests got our voices heard. (and they didn’t listen) Now let’s show up with pitchforks. ( I believe that even in NY, D.C., CA and Detroit, agricultural pitchforks are | Read More »

    What spooked Obama to pitchfork Fox News before Halloween

    This column has a column topic section titled “pitchforks“, so ubiquitous has been President Barack Obama’s “Chicago Way” tactics to “clear the field” of opposition to his policies. Obama has long practiced clear the Field politics as opposed to honest debate against opposition, going all the way back to the leaking of his senate opponent’s confidential sealed divorce records. The first such utterance specifically to | Read More »

    Post-911 truth for 911-Truthers

    911 My morning walk in downtown Covington, Georgia brought me into a laundromat to see pictures of the a burning World Trade Center tower that I had just heard reported on 750 WSB-AM had been slammed into by an airplane. Staring at the small dusty television above the front-loading washers, I saw a second plane strike the remaining Tower. My first thoughts were of the | Read More »

    Obama: standing between bankers and pitchforks? *Really*?

    This Politico story has been making the rounds – see here and here and here and shoot, Memeorandum in general – and it’s mostly because of the passage below, in response over attempts to explain salary bonuses: But President Barack Obama wasn’t in a mood to hear them out. He stopped the conversation and offered a blunt reminder of the public’s reaction to such explanations. | Read More »

    March of Revolution – Bank Bailouts

    Gentlemen your financial system is being taken over by force. March of revolution continues. Eamon Javers from Politico reports – http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0409/20871.html “These are complicated companies,” one CEO said. Offered another: “We’re competing for talent on an international market.” But President Barack Obama wasn’t in a mood to hear them out. He stopped the conversation, and offered a blunt reminder of the public’s reaction to such | Read More »