Tag Archives: debt

National debt – our disgrace

A wheelbarrow of money to buy a loaf of bread. This is what Obama, with his fiscal cliff plan, threatens us with.

The National Debt

Let’s run some numbers.

Obama’s lies, his worth, and the world

Are there any devils left in hell? Or did Obama hire them all away?

So, Mr. Obama, how are you doing? Here’s a list of things happened and happening on your watch:

Paul Ryan: Bipartisanship at work

The National Debt Clock - the forgotten fact in the fiscal cliff drama

If there were any doubts that one of America’s perceived conservative leaders of the future, is nothing more than just another spineless “go along to get along” establishment Republican, RINO Paul Ryan’s budget deal with the Socialist Democratic Party has unquestionably confirmed those doubts.

DOW, deception – and danger ahead

A wheelbarrow of money to buy a loaf of bread. This is what Obama, with his fiscal cliff plan, threatens us with.

For those who have been paying attention, the DOW has had over 50 new highs this year.  Sounds great, right?

Mr. Speaker, we are not laughing

John Boehner, Speaker of the House: casualty of the Tea Party/Establishment War?

Representative John Boehner (R-Ohio), Speaker of the House of Representatives, does not like conservatives any more, if he ever did. “Ridiculous!” he cries. Meaning, people should laugh at conservatives. But conservatives have something to tell the Speaker: we are not laughing. Because this is not a laughing matter.

Democrats own it all

Obama acts like a tyrant. Does that make him worthy of Time's POTY award?

Today the Democrats gloat about their deal. But they might soon laugh out of the other side of their faces. Why? Because they own it all. All the unworkable policies, all the kludgy web sites, and above all, all the socialistic ideas. Republicans tried every reasonable means, and other means the mainstream media deemed unreasonable, to stop them. After today, none can claim the Republicans did not warn them or try to stop them. Not after the Democrats called them six kinds of schoolyard bully names for trying to stop them. So now the Democrats own it all. And may they have little joy of such ownership.

Why Obama won’t negotiate

The Constitution assumed local control of most government functions, not the current centralized system.

It’s no secret that I believe the Obama administration is the most evil (and yes, I do mean “evil”) administration in the history of the United States. Unless you live without the benefit of any news sources, you should have heard by now that the man presently occupying the White House is refusing to negotiate with Congress. Some have commented that he is behaving childishly. Some say he is an incompetent leader. Others have commented that he is playing some kind of high stakes chess game. I believe all of these observations are incorrect.

Liberal or lied to liberally?

TEA Party to GOP establishment: enough already.

Several weeks ago I was at a non-political function and had, over a period of two hours, formed a fairly comfortable relationship with a gentleman I had met for the fist time earlier that day.  We had discussed various issues, sports, family, cars and even to some extent, the economy.  All was well in the land of OZ.

Maxine Waters and other con artists

Rep. Maxine Waters

Last week we posted the facts about the sequester. This week the political hysteria continues as the media, Fox News included, and big government leftists march forward with fear tactics and just plain lies. Then, Maxine Waters, who actually is dumber than Joe Biden, announced that the cuts in government growth will cost 170 million jobs. Someone may like to point out to this jewel of colossal ignorance, America only has 140 million people working right now. Which by the way is about 2 million less than when the usurper took office.

Compromise – a poor excuse for lack of leadership

RoseAnn Salanitri, a leading activist in New Jersey

While on the campaign trail last year with a friend, his opponent made it clear that he was a man that could reach across the aisle and compromise. Thereafter, a tea party leader in the room commented: “You mean like John McCain?” The tea party leader meant it facetiously and sadly the candidate was obviously befuddled by the remark – believing his propensity to compromise was a badge of honor. My friend humorously remarked: