Archive for October, 2011

Oct 28 2011

Left Wing Corruption & Greed

Published by under All General Discussions

There is a huge story out that illustrates how liberal policies to help the needy actually end up being ways for greedy left wingers to steal tax payer money and live high on all our hard work. This is just the tip of the iceberg folks: Eleven people were charged on Thursday in an enormous […]

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Oct 26 2011

NY Times Denies 2012 Political Forces

This has been a fascinating election cycle in one important way. All sides of the Political Industrial Complex of this nation (centered in DC, NY City and LA) have been trying to ignore the Big Elephant in the room: The American Voters and their anti-government rage. The NY Times comes out spinning like a top […]

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Oct 25 2011

Cain Refuses To Fade Away

Major Update: Cain is getting some awesome poll numbers out today: In Wisconsin Cain’s at 30% to 18% for Romney … In Nevada Romney’s at 29% to 28% for Cain … He’s gained 21 points from late July in Nevada, when he was at 7%. And he’s gained 23 points from mid-August in Wisconsin where […]

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Oct 23 2011

Occupiers Signal Liberal Failure By Being Complete Laughingstocks

I have to laugh at the Occupy “fill in the blank” silliness transpiring across America. Talk about your political tone deafness. Unlike The Who’s Tommy, these folks are truly deaf, dumb and blind. And I mean dumb in the intellectual sense, since they clearly can chant and spew nonsense. While the liberal left drools over […]

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Oct 21 2011

Obama Administration Keeps Discovering New Ways To Screw Up

This goes in the ‘You have to be kidding me” category: With the approval of the Obama administration, an electric car company that received a $529 million federal government loan guarantee is assembling its first line of cars in Finland, saying it could not find a facility in the United States capable of doing the […]

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Oct 20 2011

Cain Way Ahead In Iowa – News Media Struggles With 9-9-9 Math

Published by under 2012 Elections

Cain is turning the Political Industrial Complex on its head these days. He has come out with an exciting and potentially life saving (from an economic perspective) plan to toss out the current, busted tax code and replace it with his massively stimulating 9-9-9 plan. But there is more good news about him. When it […]

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Oct 19 2011

Senator Reid: Its Now Govies Versus Citizens

Harry Reid’s DC arrogance has now morphed into DC moronic: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Wednesday said Congress needs to worry about government jobs more than private-sector jobs, and that this is why Senate Democrats are pushing a bill aimed at shoring up teachers and first-responders. Not sure where he gets his Kool-Aid, […]

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Oct 19 2011

9-9-9 For Dummies

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Updates Below! OK, it seems the GOP establishment candidates are going to try an defend the current unreasonable, unfathomable, unfair and incoherent tax code in order to fend off Herman Cain. Time for a little lesson in math. Bottom line, the Feds get their money, but under 9-9-9 we decide on where to invest it, […]

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Oct 18 2011

Salute To Anderson Cooper – Cain Rises Above The Fray

Published by under 2012 Elections

First off, I am a political animal covering decades of the inside Beltway BS and I tip my hat to Anderson Cooper. For the most part, Anderson tried to give every candidate time on all issues, tried to give each candidate a chance to respond. He was excellent as a moderator (more please). Anderson teed […]

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Oct 18 2011

OWS: Ignorant, Spoiled & Lazy

OWS has worn out its welcome. There are ways to send a message and garner support – and Occupy Wall Street has failed to do this right on many fronts. First off, you need to be admirable. Living in squalor for weeks on end is not admirable. When the Tea Party rallies were going on […]

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