Tell Obama, Congress & Liberal News Media “NO”
AMERICAN JUST SAY “NO.” “No” to Obama’s job plan (stimulus package.) ”No” to anymore tax malarkey. “No” to anymore false promises. “No” to another charge card on our dime. “No” to anymore lies from Obama or Congress. Take back your Government Americans – quite letting inept people ruin our lives. Fight for your kids and grandchildren; leave them a legacy they can embrace with pride. | Read More »
Obama An Embarrassment.
I don’t think the weak and indecisive Jimmy Carter’s presidency was as far down the road to self destruction as is Obama’s. After all, by his second year, all Jimmy could lay claim to is giving the Panama Canal to the Chinese, among some of his other global ‘peace initiatives’. Carter is, however, a classic example of the liberal mindset. One of the most obvious | Read More »
Bashing – One Feeble Excuse
Obama’s Bush bashing strategy is beyond ridiculous; his private pet puppets ABC, CBS and NBC continue their Bush fabrication in hopes that November 2010 may pull some Democratic rabbits out of the house. Neither the Obama Administration nor their puppets have a leg to stand on and I say this for several reasons. Obama reneged on his campaign promises and has added horrendous amounts to | Read More »
Graphic: Obama the Sugar Daddy President
My latest graphic. Click image to enlarge.
One Spectacular Blunder After Another.
A lot of idealistic, well-meaning people put everything they had emotionally into the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama. As is now obvious to most, these fine folks have seen their hopes and dreams for the wonderful classless, carefree and colorblind utopia promised by the Anointed One crushed in the iron grip of the realization that he is just not up to the job. Many, like | Read More »
The Second Stimulus
It was this past week in which Barack Obama said that deficit spending could cause a double dip recession. Nonetheless, a “New Consensus Views Stimulus as Worthy Step.” That, at least, is the headline in the New York Times as it tries, on its front page above the fold, to push for a second stimulus.But things are not as they seem.Remember, Obama says more deficit | Read More »
The Stimulus Package Lie
There’s a big lie being peddled out there. One bigger than that of when the devil convinced man he didn’t exist. This lie has to do with the highly political, and overly hyped Obama stimulus package or, the American Reinvestment Act. This package was suppose to save or create millions of jobs, and keep unemployment under 8%. Instead it neither created nor saved not one | Read More »
White House Invites Unions to Set Public Policy
ABC and others report that the Obama administration has invited union representatives to participate in conference calls with state and local officials, which have been held to set guidelines for how ‘stimulus’ money is spent. As first reported in the Los Angeles Times, California officials have said that representatives of the Service Employees International Union were given unprecedented access to an April 15 conference call | Read More »
Nelson, WAR, and Stimulus Status Update — April 12, 2009
Nelson Rejected for State Senate Seat On April 9, 2009, Alaska State Senate Democrats rejected Governor Palin’s second nominee Joe Nelson for the District B (Juneau) State Senate seat left vacant when former State Senator Kim Elton took a patronage job in the Obama administration (Cockerham, 2009, ¶1). The result is that neither the Governor nor the Senate Democrats got what they wanted and that | Read More »
General Information Package — Governor Palin’s Executive Experience — Battle with Legislature Over the Stimulus Bill
On March 26, 2009, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was to have partaken in a teleconference with the state’s legislative leaders to discuss the stimulus package, when they canceled it and held their own press conference instead (Battle, 2009, ¶1). Earlier, legislators had expressed concern over whether the governor might veto funds the legislature might add to the governor’s request for federal stimulus funds. The governor | Read More »
General Information Package — Governor Palin’s Executive Experience — Public Discussion on Stimulus Funding
On March 20, 2009, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin “reaffirmed her desire to generate public discussion and to work with legislators on identifying any additional spending from the federal stimulus package that Alaska could sustain with state money once stimulus funds have expired” (Stimulus, 2009, ¶1). Governor Palin had turned down funds that would create unfunded state mandates, or funds that would come with “strings attached” | Read More »
What the heck does Rush Limbaugh have to do with anything anyway?
Saul Alinsky, author of Rules for Radicals , instructed to “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” That’s exactly what Obama and the Democrats are doing right now, and if the Recent Politico.com article is to be believed, they’ve been planning this since October of last year. It wasn’t long after Obama won the election that he stirred the hornets’ nest up | Read More »
The Stimulus Will Fail. The GOP Will Rub It In.
Excellent work guys. House Republicans are setting up “a stimulus-watch program” that will allow watchdog groups and private citizens to report findings as contractors and agencies start spending billions of dollars on roads, schools, renewable energy projects and other initiatives, said House GOP Whip Eric Cantor of Virginia. Here’s the thing: the stimulus will fail. Even the Congressional Budget Office says the stimulus, as passed, | Read More »
Want My Input?
In light of the “Screwyoulos” package I submit the very real possibility of early total and demonstrative failure of Barry Soetoro and his globalist minions, barring extensive lamesteam media/propaganda ministry denials of said aforementioned phenomena. Consider me your personal consultant on all things detrimental to America for Americans as it relates to globalist interests. Current heros include Ron Paul and the Grannywarriors but if this | Read More »
Reid to Proceed With 60 Votes?
CNN’s Political Ticker reports that with Ted Kennedy apparently unavailable for a Senate vote tomorrow, Harry Reid is trying to line up one more Republican to vote for the Democrat spending bill. The concern is that without Kennedy, the bill has only the minimum number of votes required to pass: 60. And the three GOP supporters had made clear that their support was conditional on | Read More »