Archive for January 2010

Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) Says Obama Is Best Liar He’s Ever Seen

Title to this post was copied from Gateway Pundit: “I was thinking back to the first State of the Union Address with President Clinton and I thought this guy can say things that are untrue with greater conviction than anyone I’ve ever seen. I honestly think that Obama is better.” Here is the audio from…

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The State of Obama’s Union

Bad reviews all around it seems. From RossPutin: Obama’s “spending freeze” is a joke. He massively increased “discretionary” spending over the past couple of years and now wants to “freeze” it at that level. It’s as if you went from buying wine in a box to buying expensive Barolo and now claim savings by saying…

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Jared Polis Calls For Public Option

The Boulder Daily Camera reports that: “U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat, is calling for the Senate to include a public option in its health care bill.” Polis and fellow freshman Democrat Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, are asking other members of Congress to sign a letter they wrote to Senate majority leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada.…

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Pennsylvania: Pat Toomey Surges Over Both Arlen Specter and Joe Sestak

Arlen Specter switched from RINO Republican to the Democrat party several months ago because he rightly foresaw that his chances were bleak against Pat Toomey in a Republican primary. He thought becoming a Democrat would make it easier to remain in the United States Senate plus align him with the party that more reflects his…

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Common Sense Health Care Reform

We’re told that ObamaCare is now dead, at least Democrats don’t feel like they have to take marching orders from Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi anymore. But the pundits also say the Democrats would love to pass something, anything, that has health care or insurance reform in its name. UPDATE: New CNN poll finds that…

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Major Reversal in Florida Senate Race

This is from WOKV in Jacksonville, Florida: Marco Rubio has come a long way in the last seven months. Last June, Rubio trailed Charlie Crist by 31 points in the Florida Senate race. This morning, a poll by Quinnipiac University shows Rubio ahead of Crist by three points. That’s a statistical tie, about seven months…

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Robert Reich At His Reflexive Knee-Jerk Best

So-called economist [He was Clinton’s economic advisor] Robert Reich has this column today at salon.com: Is The President Panicking? His spending freeze invokes memories of Clinton’s shift right in ’94. It’s worse because it could doom the recovery His column contains this quote: In December 1994, Bill Clinton proposed a so-called middle-class bill of rights…

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Current Democrat Strategy On ObamaCare?

Breitbart reports that Democrat congressional leaders are uniting around their last, best hope for salvaging ObamaCare. Although they don’t have 60 votes in the Senate anymore and Scott Brown has promised to vote against it the Democrat leaders say they will pass the Senate version with changes to accommodate the House. How they think they…

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Michele Bachmann On O’Reilly

Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann says the Tea Party people will take over the Republican Party and if the Republican Party is smart, it will embrace them. Right!

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Colorado State University Bans CCW On Campus

It is legal to carry on a state university campus in Colorado if you have a CCW permit. Some State funded Universities, relying upon a questionable Attorney’s General’s Opinion by Ken Salazar when he was in that office, believe they can nevertheless ban carrying on their campus. Colorado State University had previously allowed carrying by…

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The Mass Movement of Man-Made Global Warming Believers

It is human nature to crave power, wealth, influence, status, prestige, control, authority, respect, admiration, and for certain individuals, dominance. Having these achievements is neither a vice nor evidence of vicious behavior, but the methods of getting them can be viciously wicked. The honorable way is ambition, hard work, intelligence, and luck. Fraud, trickery and…

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