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Obama: More Speeches Needed for Policies to Succeed

I was watching an interview of President Obama by George Stephanopoulos just after the election of Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate. I wanted to see how he would adjust to the voice of the American voter. Would he pull a Clinton and understand that his policies were unpopular, state that he hears us and moderate his strategy or would ...

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One Year In, Obama Achieves Everthing He Promised.. kinda

Obama raised the bar by promising the world to American voters. This kind of “two cars in every garage” campaigning has been done for decades, but no one did it better. But what is astounding is that he actually pulled it off. Obama promised that he would work hard to end the climate catastrophe. Success! The world is experiencing a ...

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Obama Puts His Policies in Coakley's Hands

“Understand what’s at stake here, Massachusetts. It’s whether we’re going forward or going backwards,’’ the President told 1,500 Coakley supporters. Obama has made several similar statements lately that display how unpopular his policies have become and how increasingly desperate his administration is getting. For the first time in decades, the Massachusetts Senate seat formerly held by Senator Kennedy is set ...

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Double-Standard or Outright Dishonesty?

The “double-standard” has been thrown around lately as pundits and analysts consider moves by the present White House to put their policies in place.  A double-standard just implies unfairness, and life just isn’t fair. Sure, taxing the full-featured health plans that workers with dangerous jobs often choose seems ok at first.  The double-standard part of it is that now the ...

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Senate Passes Health Bill

This year most Americans can add another gift to the list of things we didn’t really want. While fruit cake, socks, holiday themed ties and ugly sweaters have topped that list for decades, the U.S. Senate has placed a new present at the top of that infamous grouping: Health Care Reform. The Senate passed the measure 60-39 with a pure ...

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Opposition to the President: The Elephant in the Room

As the Senate health care bill nears a key vote, the noise is getting louder.  Americans are inundated with comments from the White House about how “everyone can agree” that a massive take over of health care by the government is the right thing.  We are told that there is a consensus that the earth is warming and the government ...

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The New Party of No

Republicans talk about lowering taxes and getting our deficits under control.  In reality, they only manage half of that promise.  Now Obama is jumping on the budget-hawk bandwagon saying that after we spend $1 Trillion+ on his entitlement program, we should cut domestic spending.  According to Bruce Bartlett’s book, “The New American Economy: The Failure of Reaganomics and a New ...

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Pelosi, Reid and Obama – Not the Real Problem

For months, I have researched the information, cited the articles, and interpreted what has been occurring in the American political arena.  While my readership has grown by leaps and bounds, I did not feel that I was affecting anyone in a real way.  I took the last 5 days away from writing to understand how I could present the information ...

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Liberals Believe that Debt Limits = U.S. Default on Debt

It is no wonder we are so deep in dept.  The mind-set of those that voted in  the current Congress is that controlling the national debt would cause our country to default on it’s debt. From the liberal-extremist blog, DailyKOS (I have to source that rag because they didn’t bother to tell us from whom they sourced this material: “Seven ...

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Obama to Hold Jobs Summit and Continue Weakening of Dollar

Ok, he didn’t literally admit to weakening our currency and setting us up for record inflation, but he might as well have.   In the President’s unusually short speech this morning, Obama again touted his fictitious one million jobs saved/created number, the government-sponsored GDP growth in the third quarter and that the new jobs figures that show another half-million Americans out ...

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Michael Steele’s Transformation of the GOP Failing

Michael Steele has done everything he can to show that he is attempting to pull the GOP to the middle, as if it needed any help.  Steele has joined other GOP leadership in courting left-leaning candidates, supporting big-tent policies and otherwise ignoring the Conservative activist movement. Most-recently, Steele has stated that white people are scared of him, more succinctly that, ...

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Ford Held Hostage By Obama Administration

The government having a major stake in an American company was obviously in-conflict with the Constitution, but the United Auto Workers union (UAW) having a large stake in GM and Chrysler was an outright conflict-of-interest.  Obama followers said that it would not cause any problems and that Conservatives were just overreacting.  Bloomberg.com reported today, that the UAW is refusing to ...

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Conservatives Prevail in NY District 23 Race

In a last-minute move, two key actions have taken place in the NY 23 special election that show that Conservatism is on the rise. First, Dede Scozzafava, a liberal Republican has dropped out of the race leaving only Bill Owens, a liberal Democrat, and Doug Hoffman, a Conservative independent.  Hoffman has been even with Owens in recent polls even without ...

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NRCC Deciding Scozzafava a Lost Cause?

While the NRCC is not endorsing Hoffman or dropping its support of Scozzafava, it is becoming evident that they are no longer putting any real effort into getting Dede elected. Hot Air reports that the RNCC will be continuing to run anti-Democrat (Owens) adds, but not spending any money on pro-Scozzafava media.  Red State is claiming that they have inside ...

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Hoffman Takes Lead in NY District 23 Race

Today’s Washington Post published an article that sites a new survey showing Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman as the leader in the N.Y. House race. “The poll shows Hoffman taking 31 percent to 27 percent for businessman Bill Owens (D) and just 19 percent for state Assemblywoman Dede Scozzafava (R).  Jon Lerner, who conducted the poll for the Club, said ...

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