Archive for July 5th, 2009

Jul 05 2009

VP Biden Admits Stimulus Bill Was Never Going To Stimulate Jobs This Year

Published by under Measuring The Recovery

Updates Below Most people knew that Vice President Joe Biden would be one of President Obama’s major handicaps throughout his inexperienced administration’s first years. It’s not because Joe is incompetent, in fact he was selected to be the wise old man of experience. No, it’s because Joe has trouble shading the truth. He is no […]

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Jul 05 2009

Coming Soon: Biden Admits Stimulus Was A Fraud

Published by under All General Discussions

I will be posting later this evening on how Biden admitted today the Obama-Pelosi-Reid stimulus bill was never really intended to create jobs this year. Since I am traveling tomorrow I want it to be the headline tomorrow until I reach my hotel. Stay tuned.

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Jul 05 2009

Was Obama’s Healthcare Informercial More Than Just Staged Questions?

Update: Dan Rheil has a good round up on the questionable Ms Smith. – end update There has been valid criticism over the Obamacare Infomercial held here in VA recently, where the first question went not so coincidentally to an Obama worker. The worker told a heartfelt story about renal cancer and lack of insurance. The […]

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Jul 05 2009

Leading Iranian Clerics Reject Ahmedinejad’s Faked Election

Published by under Iran

Huge news out of Iran today: The most important group of religious leaders in Iran called the disputed presidential election and the new government illegitimate on Saturday, an act of defiance against the country’s supreme leader and the most public sign of a major split in the country’s clerical establishment. A statement by the group, the Association […]

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Jul 05 2009

Yeah, She’s Running And Ready To Rumble!

Published by under Sarah Palin

I pretty well nailed Governor Palin’s strategy when she announced. Today there is little doubt to what she intends to do: “I am now looking ahead and how we can advance this country together with our values of less government intervention, greater energy independence, stronger national security, and much-needed fiscal restraint,” the former Republican vice […]

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Jul 05 2009

A Century Of Global Warming Disappears in 2009

Published by under Global Warming

Everyone knows this year has been pleasantly cool, if not down right cold on some days. As Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emission levels continue to rise, the Earth’s global temperature has been dropping since its high 10 years ago, when we experienced a strong El Nino (which has nothing to do with atmospheric CO2 since that […]

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