President Obama: The Buck Stops… Somewhere Else (Part 498)
Today, President Obama has been in office for 499 days. However his passion for blaming other people has never wavered: (President Obama) attacked what he said was a Republican philosophy in the past decade that had “gutted regulations and put industry insiders in charge of industry oversight.” Typically, Mr. Obama confines his most partisan attacks to Democratic fund-raisers. At one such event last week, he | Read More »
CharlieandObama.com Yesterday, the Marco campaign emailed me that they were lunching a new fundrasing website that “will be the most powerful online fundraising tool in Florida’s political history.” They did not disappoint.
Ask Before He Receives (UPDATE)
Is It Constitutional? For some time, I have been plugged into Representative* Ginny Brown-Waite’s (R FL-05) official website to keep track of her press releases since I live in her district. I just got an update that just floored me.
Obama’s Forgotten War
On Wednesday evening, President Barack Obama delivered an address to a joint-session of Congress in the hopes of strengthening public and legislative support for his health care reforms, but shrewd Republican Capitol Hill researchers note that the President’s carefully-crafted speech was missing one important element – namely, the troops. While the president consciously rallied fleeting progressive support and attempted to dispel myths surrounding the legislation, | Read More »
Why does President Obama think California’s economy is “keeping pace with the rest of the country”?
Energy Secretary Steven Chu and President Barack Obama At a White House press conference today President Obama and Energy Secretary Chu revealed several actions they claimed would promote energy efficiency while saving Americans billions of dollars annually. Some of the mandates include forced changes on energy conservation standards for household and commercial lighting and forced changes on incandescent and fluorescent lamps. My wife has already | Read More »
With current passivity, Obama deserves no future credit for Iran
Despite a continued crackdown by the Revolutionary Guard and the Basij, hopes of an overthrow of the oppressive fundamentalist regime in Iran continue to smolder across that country and here in the West. Although European leaders such as French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Andrea Merkel have decried the quite obviously rigged election, voiced support for the Iranian people, and condemned the violence and | Read More »
For My Daughter: Standing Up To The Liberal Assault On Women
A busy work and personal schedule as of late has kept me silent on a few things in the past few days. Now, with time to reflect and a few moments to put my thoughts together, I am going to take a stand to defend Reagan, my almost 4 year old daughter. Now, she’s not in any danger per Se and nobody is attacking her | Read More »
Michelle Obama: First Lady Of Fashion Victims
While U.S. President, Barack Obama, is back from apologizing to our enemies for America’s existence, First Lady, Michelle Obama, toured London’s Westminster Abbey on Tuesday in an outfit so outlandishly silly that it appeared she wanted to go that one step further and hold up America as an object of ridicule. The Drudge Report has a cropped picture of her in a childish and unflattering | Read More »
Kansans Protest President’s Notre Dame Visit (YouTube Video)
No Matter How Small, a Person is a Person Today in Overland Park a group of about 20, which were mostly Catholic, protested President Barack Obama’s scheduled visit tomorrow to the University of Notre Dame to give a commencement address and receive an honorary degree. Some frustrated that it was too far to drive to South Bend, Indiana tomorrow decided to show their opposition to | Read More »
GOP RINO Purge Offers Opportunity for “Bold Colors” Instead of “Pale Pastels”
The year was 1975. Former California Governor Ronald Reagan made the following oft-quoted statement to the annual CPAC national event: “Our people look for a cause to believe in. Is it a third party we need, or is it a new and revitalized second party, raising a banner of no pale pastels, but bold colors, which make it unmistakably clear where we stand on all | Read More »
Palin’s Sunny American Optimism Shines Against Obama’s “Doom & Gloom” America Bashing
Governor Sarah Palin’s speech to the Vanderburgh Right To Life fundraising banquet in Evansville, Indiana reminded many of us why she was chosen to run for Vice President in 2008 and why many, including myself, hope to see her run for President in 2012 or 2016. Governor Palin’s delivery of this speech was heartfelt and real. It was authentic in a way that no other | Read More »
Bailouts for Terrorists?!?!?
In a stunning move, the Obama Administration is considering not only releasing some of the Guantanamo Bay terrorists in the United States, but we are also going to “bail them out” by giving them some sort of welfare to get started in their new life as a sleeper cell. President Barack Obama’s intelligence chief confirmed Thursday that some Guantanamo inmates may be released on US | Read More »
The Wit & Wisdom of the Great Scripted One
“Rule 1: Never allow a crisis to go to waste,” White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel told the New York Times right after the election. “They are opportunities to do big things.” Those big things scare me. In a time of massive economic hardship, we have a Treasury Secretary telling congress he won’t consider a worldwide currency and then embracing that same worldwide currency | Read More »
Palin Power Still Packs a Punch (UPDATED with Palin Rejection of Stimulus Funding Information!)
UPDATE: Demonstrating that she is a chief executive who intends to stand on her own two feet and not allow herself to be slowly lulled to sleep in the arms of the Obama-mega government, Governor Sarah Palin announced today that she will be rejecting over 500 million dollars from the Obama stimulus plan. Governor Palin will accept funding for capital projects for various infrastructure needs, | Read More »
Bad policy and the politics of fear: The New New Deal
(photo from Wall Street Journal) So this is the new change ushered in by Obama’s mandate? Repeated reminders that “he won” followed by a hyper-partisan, lavish, Democratic retreat in Virginia — during a time when our economy is supposedly on the | Read More »