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Hope and Change

“Forward” is the New Hope and Change

May 1, 2012

The Obama campaign released its new 2012 slogan yesterday:  “Forward.” “Forward,” as a slogan, apparently has a checkered past steeped in socialism.  No surprise that the Obama team missed that little detail.  On the other hand, perhaps they didn’t — Obama needs to stoke up his fringe base or no one will come out to [...]

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You Think YOUR Three-Year-Old is Expensive!

February 17, 2012

Three years ago today “Hope and Change” became law!  The Porkulus Stimulus became the greatest Keynesian experiment in history, transferring $787 billion from the productive class, our future Chinese masters, as well as our descendants to union hacks, front-groups, and make-work, not-so-shovel-ready maintenance tasks.   It was going to be so awesome that unemployment was [...]

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Sweetheart Deals are the Way to Go

December 22, 2009

File this one under “duh!” In one of the biggest non-shocks of 2009, more Senators are looking for their own sweetheart deals in the Health Care Bill monstrosity after Ben Nelson’s Nebraska payoff last Saturday.  In fact, if I were a Senator from any state other than Nebraska, Vermont, or Louisiana I would immediately demand [...]

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Student Protest Over Tuition Hike at UCLA

November 19, 2009

I love when Millennials protest at college!  Here’s the most famous (and my favorite) moment in Millennial protest history.  Please, tase him again. Well, here’s a group of college kids at UCLA reacting to a tuition hike in the only way they can — yell loudly, aggravate the cops into reacting, and whine about it [...]

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Congress Flexes Muscles on Gitmo

October 5, 2009

A bi-partisan amendment passed in the House last week (opposed by the Democrat Party’s liberal wing) to prevent ANY federal funds to be used to close Club Gitmo at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and to prevent any federal dollars to be used to transport Gitmo prisoners to U.S. Soil.  It seems that on a bi-partisan basis, [...]

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September 5, 2009

The August unemployment numbers came out Friday indicating that the USA is still hovering at a European 9.7% unemployment rate.  That’s the highest it’s been since 1983 and doesn’t include the people who’ve stopped looking for jobs or break it down into which segments of the population are being hit harder than others. The difference [...]

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Steyn on the Stimulus Bill

February 7, 2009

Mark Steyn, author of the funny yet eerie, America Alone, subbed for Rush Limbaugh for two days this week while Rush was on vacation.  He’s always entertaining on Rush and I wish he’d sub more often.  However, writing a piece in the OC Register, Steyn gives his take on the faltering view of Obama the [...]

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Obama: “Did I Mention He’s Black?”

June 22, 2008

The Obama campaign is preemptively trying to use the race issue to associate those Republicans who think he’s too inexperienced to become President with those who would use his “funny name” and his color against him.  Politics as usual from “Mr. Hope and Change” once again. Remember this one: H/T Hot Air.

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