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Obama’s Speech on Deficit Reduction: “My finely honed Political Instincts”

Our Obama, who art on vacation, Hollowed be thy head. Your limo come, vacation’s done, in Chicago as it is in Hawaii. Give us this day our daily cheese, and forgive us our conservatism, as we forgive those commie, pinko, progressive, tree-hugging environmentalist wacko Van Jones clones who trespass against us. And lead us not into solvency, but deliver us ...

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2011 Budget “Deal” Means “Historic” Deficit Spending to Continue

The first headline I encountered at 4 am about the government shutdown soap opera that we have been inunindated with for weeks now, is truly puzzling. From FoxNews.com;  ‘Historic’ Deal Made to Avoid Closure .  It might just be time to sign FoxNews up as head of promotions for Obama’s 2012 Continuing to trash America Re-election campaign by the looks of things ...

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House Majority Whip Reveals GOP vs Democrats 2012 Budget Plans

House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) has unveiled some very interesting 2012 proposed budgetary numbers here. His report includes comparisons between the GOP proposal of around $6.2 trillion in cuts and the addition of $9 trillion in new deficits under President Obama’s budget proposal. That is a difference of a total of over $15 trillion dollars folks.  Among the most notable items ...

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CBO to Obama’s Budget: “You Lie!”

That infamous phrase once uttered by Joe Wilson still echoes through the halls of Congress and now.. the Congressional Budget Office. The CBO Director’s blog included a post by Douglas Elmendorf that detailed some startling mis-truths – untruths for the Orwell fans – or is it minus minus truths?? The synopsis of the CBO’s analysis lays out some staggering deficit ...

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Investors Turning Away from U.S. Debt Over Record Deficits

The proverbial chickens.. have come home to poop –  or roost if you prefer. The world’s largest bond investment fund, Pimco’s Total Return Fund removed U.S. government debt from its holdings: Bill Gross, who runs the world’s biggest bond fund at Pacific Investment Management Co., eliminated government-related debt from his flagship fund last month as the U.S. projected record budget deficits.[1] ...

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Speaker John Boehner Proving to be a Real Workhorse

       New House Speaker John Boehner, (pictured at left with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor) is proving to be a tireless Republican Leader in recent weeks of  intense bud-get planning in the House or Representatives. The amount of legislation being drawn up at a furious pace to try to slow down out massive debt problem is awe-inspiring at times. Considering the Speaker’s ...

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One Decision From Disaster [PodCast]

The unions are just another mechanism by which the progressive, extremist, left-wing radicals are working to fundamentally transform America. Unfortunately, they are only the enemy within, there is China, Mexico and much else we should be concerned with. Each of these critical things could be dealt with by making one critical decision – by the end of the podcast, you’ll ...

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Speaker John Boehner: ‘So Be It’

Progressives are up-in-arms over the loss of government jobs that will occur due to the kinds of deep budget cuts House Republicans are pushing.  House Speaker John Boehner’s response to them was clear, truthful and responsible In the last two years, under President Obama, the federal government has added 200,000 new federal jobs. If some of those jobs are lost, so ...

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President Obama, Why aren’t we..

Oratory, promises, statements, pleas for acceptance.  Obama has worn his heart on his sleeve, much like the liberals that slaughter the rear-end of their automobiles with stickers to espouse their love for the killing of the unborn, the forcing of the will of the government on us all and whatever new oppressive piece of false-front selfishness shows up on the Huffington Post ...

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Even Conservative Bloggers Miss the Point on Spending Cuts Sometimes

I really like Allahpundit’s work and agree with him on most things. Friday he put together a post that makes a reasoned argument for why budget cuts can never happen. Just 29 percent of tea partiers are prepared to cut Social Security compared to 18 percent who want to toss even more money into the entitlement sinkhole. GOP Rep. Tom Latham warned ...

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Texas Budget Debate: Washington Post vs Newsmax

Texas’ two year budget plan will be released by the State House of Representatives today. It will reportedly cut government spending by 11%. Of note is the fact that the Texas Constitution requires a balanced budget be passed which means no spending above the projected State revenues. If spending increases are sought, there must be either cuts in spending, tax ...

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Budgetary Gimmicks – We’re Only Fooling Ourselves

Anyone who has run a business or even a household budget, knows all too well that budget “gimmicks” will turn around and bite you sooner or later. Whether you are shifting overrun costs from one year to the next or spending more than you take in, most gimmicks are basically a deception and denial of reality. Unfortunately, this slight-of-hand is ...

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Illinois Legislators Increase Taxes 66% and Cut .. Nothing

In the 2010 election, Illinois voters chose to keep a Democrat controlled State House and Senate, although by a slimmer margin than in years past.  How unfortunate for workers in the land of Lincoln. As The New York Times reported, State legislators pushed through and passed a massive 66% tax increase in the hours before the new State Congress took ...

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Democrats Dare GOP to Vote Against Raising Debt Ceiling

Despite Tim Geithner’s dire warning to Congress that failing to raise the debt ceiling would cause “catastrophic” consequences for our economy, Barney Frank is leading the liberal charge to keep the debt ceiling right where it is. Don’t get excited, Rep. Frank hasn’t suddenly become fiscally aware.  He’s decided to use the oldest of parliamentary tactics to shame the GOP ...

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Nancy Pelosi Finds Entire Debt Commission Proposal ‘Unacceptable’

Nancy Pelosi has decided that compromise is unimportant.  The hard left-wing progressive agenda must move forward damn the consequences to our country. In a statement today, the democrat-hopeful for minority leader let everyone know that she thinks the commission had nothing good to report in its draft proposal: Our nation is facing two challenges: the need to create jobs and ...

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