I Got Some Transparency for You Right Here
Behind the veil of silence, mockery and misstatements, and continuing a trend that has gone on through the reigns of many imperial presidents, the Obama administration is accumulating more power than any previous administration in American History.
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The Pelican Brief
It appears, using the popular phrase by Kanye West, that our president hates pelicans, and fishermen, and the Gulf of Mexico. Instead of doing something to fix the continued gush of oil into the gulf, the president is meandering about the country giving endorsements to the Huffington Post and caterwauling against the banks. This kind of inaction would have caused the lame-brained media to excoriate | Read More »
Tags: big oil
, Earth Day
, glenn beck
, Gulf of Mexico
, Huffington Post
, Kanye West
, Oil Spill
, Rush Limbaugh
Elections show Era of Reagan not over
Libertarians are winning as Republicans as even some Democrats run to the right of Rush This is what we wanted all along We were told after Al Gore’s divide America starting in his Florida 2000 campaign to the U.S. Supreme Court; all through the Bush recovery after the Tech bubble and 911 and into the Bush Lied (about WMD in Iraq – Bush didn’t lie) | Read More »
She’s a college buddy of Obama’s. Her name is Elena Kagan. Her portfolio is as empty as Obama’s own. She has never tried a case in front of any court. She has written no legal briefs or opinions. She has never tried a case, either as council or as a judge. She has no qualification to sit on the highest court in the land. She’s | Read More »
Billy Jeff 1992 Redux.
All that’s missing is Janet Reno and an FBI sniper with a penchant for pregnant women. In 1992 the militia phenomenon was growing in reaction to Bill Clinton’s Presidency. Clinton moved quickly to marginalize and demonize the militia movements. He and Hillary repeatedly tried to tie the movement to Timothy McVeigh. The ‘main stream’ media had been working overtime to link McVeigh to the militias | Read More »
Caller to Rush’s show offers glimpse of ObamaCare™
On the way to work Friday afternoon I caught this exchange* between Rush and “Kathy in Kansas City”. She described an encounter between herself and a specialist she was referred to about her carpal tunnel syndrome. Kathy is a nurse and lawyer and she was referred to this guy by her primary care physician. Somehow they got to talking about capital punishment and the conversation | Read More »
Even Chris Matthews doesn’t listen to Chris Matthews. [edited]
(Via The Corner) Indeed, Mr. Barone [OOPS! York]: we knew that this was coming. Talking head Chris Matthews was instructed to take umbrage at Rush Limbaugh’s use of the term ‘regime’ to refer to this administration: “…The use of the word ‘regime’ in American political parlance is unacceptable, and someone should tell the walrus [Limbaugh] to stop using it.” Matthews didn’t stop there. “I never | Read More »
NYS’s brilliant new plan to discourage business (“Tax man at the gates”)
Is New York State trying to encourage or discourage business? From Sunday’s New York Post editorial: Tax man at the gates Last Updated: 4:25 AM, March 28, 2010 Posted: March 28, 2010 Just when it seemed as if Albany had run out of ways to suffocate New York’s economy, along comes word that tax authorities are taking a stopwatch to the state’s borders. New York, | Read More »
Mr. Ed! Socialist. Rush Is Saying What?
“Ownership has its privileges” “congress needs to equal out the audience” “there aren’t any poor people with microphones” “hell if we’re gonna be socialists, let’s be socialists all across the board” “[rush] is now opening admitting that he going to work against, and campaign against the democratic party and compaign against Obama” Mr. Red: You sir, are a useful idiot.
Rush: We Need to Defeat These Ba***rds
I’m sure you all have seen this already… …but it’s worth reiterating: “…and by repeal, I mean use every single legislative and bureaucratic tactic we can muster to obstruct, derail, and defeat them.” We must embrace “obstructionism” with pride, and effectively articulate its merits. No more bipartisanship for simply its sake; no more empty threats. We’re seeing it already in just the few days since | Read More »
Trillions Of Dollars – The Money They Are Hiding.
It’s a new chapter in the daily soap opera that has become Obama’s headlong rush to entrap seventeen percent of the national economy. It’s right out of Marx. Nothing is what it seems and nothing the Democrat Congress says will hold up to scrutiny. They lie with numbers faster than they lie about facts, if that’s possible. Obama’s Fox News interview with Bret Baier was | Read More »
You made your bed, now lie in it…
I believe that I’ve finally figured out what it will take to make the liberal proponents of Government Healthcare see things from the conservative side of the argument. Before I show you my idea though, we need to get one thing straight… conservatives are not opposed to fixing the issues that need to be fixed (i.e. helping those that truly need the help with healthcare). | Read More »
72 Hours and Counting, small wins in trickles, Heat stays on (w/UpDate)
(See my 3 PM update below) The White House announced (I think with the Bret Baier interview on Fox) that there would be a 72-hour reading period of the health care bill, pushing the vote up to no earlier than Sunday, assuming the president didn’t lie or was misinformed. He has been known to lie. This means the vote will not have occurred when the | Read More »
CBO Count…No Account – The Chief Cluck Calls In The Chicks.
There’s no CBO count as promised on Wednesday, but the word is that they are desperately trying to get the monster genie stuffed back into a three sizes too small lamp. No matter what the Congressional Budget Office does, it can’t make this trillion dollar boondoggle revenue neutral. Dennis Kucinich (D) Ohio was a really cheap vote and he sold his for the price of | Read More »
Rush Limbaugh on Net Neutrality
Rush Limbaugh weighed in on Net Neutrality. As to be expected, he’s against it. A kindly listener has uploaded it to Blip for us: Writing quickly here, I’ve only read a transcript given to me. Sadly I think he gets some points wrong. First, Net Neutrality isn’t yet a content-level fairness doctrine, but it’s true that if the FCC does as expected and deems ISPs | Read More »