Tag Archive 'Stimulus Bill'

May 16 2010

The Power Of Freedom Always Trumps The Incompetence Of “Hope & Change”

As many may have noted my blogging has dropped off a bit recently. Mostly this is due to an increased cadence at work and trying to survive the Obama economic mess. But it also has to do with a realization that this country and planet are going to be suffering through months of tough times […]

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May 07 2010

Unemployment Going Nowhere – Stimulus Bill Still A Failure

Lots of false bravado coming out on the latest jobs report for April. Yes, 290,000 jobs (mostly part time census work) were added. But the real measure of employment, the percentage of those out of work from the total work force number, is not budging and has not moved for months. Here is the unemployment […]

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Apr 28 2010

Economy Improves, But Not Because Of Deficit Spending Spree By Democrats

The economy is finally starting to show small signs of improvement, but a recent study illustrates this is not due to the mad deficit spending of the Democrats in Congress & the White House: The recovery is picking up steam as employers boost payrolls, but economists think the government’s stimulus package and jobs bill had […]

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Apr 14 2010

Democrats Could Face Historic Wipeout This Year

Democrats have a lot of reasons to be concerned about this fall’s elections. Mostly, the economy sucks and will continue to suck for the every day citizen for months (if not years) to come.  Unemployment is stubbornly stuck near 10%, and the weekly job reports have been running in the same narrow band of 400,000+ […]

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Apr 12 2010

NY Times: 2010 Dems Can Be Saved By Dollars & Disinformation

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The NY Times is out spinning madly today trying to explain why the Democrats are not going to suffer massive and historic losses this election cycle. With between 8-10 senate seats in serious trouble, the NY Times is clearly in deep denial – as is their partner the Democrat Party. I especially loved this line: […]

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Apr 03 2010

Party Like Its 1994!

Thanks to Obama’s liberal tunnel vision, supported by the liberal madness of Congressional leaders in the House and Senate, it seems being a “D” in 2010 is going to be the mark of political Defeat in 2010. Polls are starting to come out showing just how big the backlash is brewing outside the beltway.  And […]

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Apr 02 2010

The Liberal Faux Jobs Show Comes To Carolina!

Barack Obama is down in North Carolina today to put on one of those media shows for the easily duped. He is going to tout 300 mythical jobs created – which do not exist: When President Barack Obama comes to Charlotte today to tour Celgard, a battery-parts maker that has received $49 million in stimulus […]

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Mar 30 2010

Obamacare Begins With Little Support, All Downhill From Here

One thing this liberal administration and congress know how too do real well is over promise and then fail to produce.  Everything they claim has the ring of a shady used car salesman promising luxury, power and head turning respect – then you pay the exorbitant price and get an embarrassing clunker instead. That was […]

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Mar 28 2010

Obama Administration “Focused Like A Laser” On Absolute Nonsense

One of the primary tell-tale signs that liberals are just not mentally capable of dealing in the real world is their fascination and distraction with silly feel-good ideas. In order to convince themselves they are as relevant as the real movers and shakers in the world (a group of which I am not a member) […]

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Mar 24 2010

Controlling The Masses Through The IRS

OK, now that the liberals have tipped their hand everyone can step back and assess this first step in remaking America. What we saw was bribes and kickbacks using taxpayer money to get this reeking carcass across the finish line. Exemptions for some states, exemptions for special interests (unions), forced purchasing of products (which is […]

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