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Obama Incompetence

Axis of Right Radio, Show #7, 6/30/2010

July 3, 2010

Episode #7 of Axis of Right Radio is now available. In this episode, Mike, Ryan, and Sal discuss the firing of Stanley McChrystal, Obama’s incompetence with his handling of the gulf oil spill, and the 2010 Senate elections.  Sal also goes off on the U.S. Census bureau for the 40+ page American Community Survey that [...]

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Americans More Classy Than Their President

April 8, 2010

Americans know how to treat an ally, and know when an ally has been wronged.  As discussed on or last edition of Axis of Right Radio, when Obama snubbed Benjamin Bibi Netanyahu at the White House last month, it was simply the latest in a long line of snubs towards our allies (as opposed to [...]

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Obama Tells the World He Won’t Use Nukes

April 6, 2010

This is just maddening.  Most of Obama’s policies to this point have been damaging to our nation.  Both the Stimulus and ObamaCare, for instance, will have a long-term disastrous effect on our national debt and our economy.  His foreign policy has propped up our enemies and insulted our allies.  In his latest assault on our [...]

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TARP Loan Modification Program a Failure

March 23, 2010

It appears that Obama’s prized home foreclosure forgiveness program, which he created as an extension to the TARP program, is a complete and utter failure, at least according to the TARP program Inspector General.  In fact, the IG says that the program actually may be doing more harm than good.  For one reason or another, [...]

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Destroying Presidential Traditions

December 9, 2009

The White House has an age-old tradition of throwing a Christmas Party er, Holiday Gathering, er, mid-December get-together for the press corps, diplomatic officials, and others.  At this get-together, it is traditional for the President and First Lady to host a receiving line, where all the guests are greeted, and have the opportunity to have [...]

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America’s Reputation In The World

October 26, 2009

Obama campaigned on the idea of restoring America’s reputation in the world.  What he failed to mention at the time was that he was trying to restore the Carter-era reputation of American being an unreliable partner.  Two cases this weekend illustrate that. First, French President Nicolas Sarkozy is growing increasingly frustrated with Obama and his [...]

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We Spent $787 Billion, and All We Got Was A Lousy T-Shirt

October 15, 2009

Hope and Change.  $787 Billion spent, the single largest spending package (both in raw dollars and adjusted for inflation) in American History.   Promises of job creation and an end to the recession, and what do we have to show for it?  A dollar that is falling faster than Congress’ approval rating, and only 30,000 [...]

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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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It’s Now Cool To Make Fun of Obama

October 4, 2009

One of the unfortunate aspects of the last year is that most of the mainstream comedians, from Leno to Letterman, and from SNL to the Daily Show, claimed that there was nothing funny about Barack Obama, and therefore they tended not to do any comedy sketches in which he was made to be the fool.  [...]

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Executive Incompetence

July 22, 2009

Besides being the head of state and responsible for driving the policy agenda of the Congress, the President’s primary responsibility is to be the chief executive of the government, essentially the Federal Government’s CEO.  Anyone who has worked in business or done any sort of management, whether it be of projects or of people, knows [...]

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