Herman Cain, Are You Serious?
When Herman Cain convincingly beat the field in the P5 Straw Poll here in Florida, the initial reaction by many was to discount any meaning behind the results and pass it off as a ‘protest vote’. After all, people couldn’t be serious… Herman Cain? Going into this event, Rick Perry was riding high. He had only been in the race a short time, had quickly | Read More »
National Media’s All Out Assualt On The Tea Party And The Fear Behind It
If I were to start this column by saying the media is at it again, I fear I’d lose most readers at that very point. After all, is it even news anymore that the national media is as corrupt as the day is long and hellbent on advancing the Far Left ideology, even at the risk of insolvency? Any real doubt about this was irrefutably | Read More »
Is a Blanket “Vote out ALL incumbents” Attitude the Right Idea?
There is a real problem with the out of touch political class currently in power. As people spend decades in Washington, D.C., or the capital city of their state, they tend to have less of an idea how the people they represent live. This leads to legislators thinking nothing of spending billions of tax dollars here, billions there, etc. It leads to legislators blindly voting | Read More »
, Jim DeMint
, Michele Bachmann
, Paul Ryan
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, tea party
, yes we can
Not Cynicism, Reality
One of our local RINO’s has decided to whine about the growing failure of the populace to acknowledge all the great and wonderful travesties our government has thrust upon us. He wrote an apologist piece in the DFL Party-run StarTribune that bemoans a general sense of governmental ineptitude, arrogance and incompetence felt by the citizenry. Since I have once again been suspended from commenting at the | Read More »
Half the country thinks that Congress has rigged the system.
Rasmussen has a poll out that argues against the “people hate Congress but love their own congressman” meme. Essentially, that explanation is beaten out 2-to-1 by “the fix is in:” …23% believe members of Congress get reelected because they do a good job representing their constituents. However, 50% believe the high reelection rates result from election rules that are “rigged to benefit members of Congress.” | Read More »
After The Next Census, Hell Will Receive A Huge Increase In Electoral Votes
America may be experiencing a shortage of cheap energy, but the United States is brimming with a record supply of political reprobates. The following is just a partial list of those who should seriously considering purchasing asbestos undergarments as they enter the afterlife: People who earn their filthy lucre by pretending to be conservative: Rumor has it that at this very moment, Satan is constructing | Read More »