Posts Tagged "congress"

A Nightmare

»Posted by on Sep 30, 2009 in Politics, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Sorry but our home computer crashed and …well you know the rest of the story.  But, I’ll pick back up on the attachment stuff real soon.  In the mean time, found this great little article.

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“Those chickens have come home to roost”

»Posted by on Aug 9, 2009 in Life, Politics, Quotations | 0 comments

To quote a famous preacher and former pastor of BO for 20 years,  “…those chickens have come home to roost.”  This was of course the rationale Jeremiah Wright used for justifying the attack on our NY City twin towers  by Islamic radicals.  Well it looks like those chickens have come home to roost for our community organizer in chief.  BO was short on resume accomplishments (only in the US Senate for 140 days) so his main marquee headline was that of “Community Organizer” back in Chicago (aka agitator, trouble maker, organizing the people to oppose and challenge conventional wisdom or status-quo in government).  Now, BO has helped to organize and unify the Republican Party as no one else seems to have the ability to do.   This...

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Community Organizer in Chief

»Posted by on Jul 25, 2009 in Politics | 0 comments

Ever since I first heard of BO about 2 years ago, the media image projected was that of a “community organizer.”  Never was sure what that meant except that it was  a nice (read deceptive) way to say he was a trouble maker.  But again, the image portrayed by all of his supporters along with his silver tongue (sans teleprompter) is  that he would bring everyone “together.”  We could all hold hands around the camp fire and sing “kum ba ya.”  Well.  Jeremiah Wright’s teaching and sermons are finally coming to light.   Let’s see who he’s managed to bring together.  Not the policemen who “stupidly” reacted to a black professor breaking his door in.  (Is stupidly a word?)  Race relations have...

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Sonia Sotomayor–Her Racist Remarks

»Posted by on May 29, 2009 in Politics | 0 comments

Ok,  I held off as long as I could before I joined in the fray about BO’s nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States.  The media is orgasmic (as usual) about her humble beginnings as a Puerto Rican immigrant growing up in Brooklyn NY. How sweet.  And don’t forget she has diabetes and will show empathy.  A woman of “color” has finally been nominated which just makes me want to weep with joy.  Never mind that the media virtually ignores her judicial qualifications (or lack thereof).  The NY Times endorsement never once mentioned a specific ruling she was involved in but referred to her humble beginnings and ability to show empathy all throughout the article. She should be disqualified to sit on the highest court in the...

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Tax Coke

»Posted by on Apr 13, 2009 in Politics | 0 comments

Coca-Cola that is.  The Philadelphia Enquirer, a hot bed of flaming liberal opinions, reported today that Kelly Brownnell director of the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, (yes we need the food police to be our nanny), is promoting a tax on soft drinks similar to tobacco and alcohol tax.  Unfortunately the tax will fall heavily on the poor who are typically most harmed by the sugary drinks.  While obesity among children has increased; is this an altruistic solution or just another way for the government to steal from the public?  Governments are hurting for cash because they over promise and over spend.  Solution?  Tax more of your hard earned money.  I suspect this bill will pass congress while the sleeping public comfortably and dreamily snooze. ...

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