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Oct 08 2008

Rep Chris Shays Takes On Corrupt Democrat Congress

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A must see moment when a GOP Congressman calls on the Democrat Congress to fix the financial mess and the Democrats balk (knowing full well they share a majority of the blame).  Shays states boldly the only reason there are no hearings on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is the problem that started this all […]

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Sep 29 2008

Congress Tops Blame For Bailout Mess, 10 Times The Blame On Bush

Addendum: Turns out it was a Bill O’Reilly internet poll. Oh, well … – end update We caught a glimpse of a stunning poll on The O’Reilly Factor.  O’Reilly briefly showed a poll of who Americans blamed for the Financial Crisis.  The Democrat led Congress took top spot for the blame with something like 56% […]

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Sep 12 2008

Obama Sinking Dems, Not Just Himself – Election Over (Updated)

Bill Clinton is one of the most popular Democrat heroes of all time. Yet he took power of the White House while dems controlled both houses of Congress, and when he was done all three were in GOP hands. Go figure, in my world that is a disaster. Barack Obama seems to be ten times […]

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Aug 19 2008

Do-Nothing Democrat Congress Asleep At The Wheel Of State

While we won the war in Iraq and have been pummeled by high gas prices and a mortgage scandal the Democrat Congress has been focused on dirt, watermelons, potatoes and vacuous non-binding resolutions: The 110th Congress, whose term officially ends in January, hasn’t passed any spending bills or attacked high gasoline prices. But it has […]

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Jul 17 2008

Congress In Free-Fall – For Real Change, Vote Against Incumbents

Americans don’t like their government right now. In fact, outside the military, they probably wish they could get a whole new one come this fall. And maybe America will just pull the lever for all challengers, dumping the incumbents from both parties. At this point it really would be an interesting experiment, to simply vote […]

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