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Wednesday, August 31st, 2011


Mile High, Still Just An Inch Deep

Obama Accepted His Nomination With Mile-High Rhetoric Nearly Three Years Ago In Denver, But Has Since Delivered Mile-High Debt, Deficits, And Unemployment

TAXES THEN: OBAMA: “Change Means A Tax Code That Doesn’t Reward The Lobbyists Who Wrote It, But The American Workers And Small Businesses Who Deserve It.” (Sen. Barack Obama, Acceptance Speech Remarks At The Democratic National Convention, Denver, CO, 8/28/08)

NOW: Obama Admitted He Will Raise Taxes On Job-Creators If He Is Reelected. OBAMA:“That is a reasonable proposition. So, when you hear folks saying ‘Well, the president shouldn’t want massive job killing tax increases when the economy is this weak.’ Nobody’s looking to raise taxes right now. We’re talking about potentially 2013 and the out years.” (President Barack Obama, Remarks At Press Conference, Washington, D.C., 7/11/11)



On the Issues: 2012 Election

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

Presidential Republican primary race 2011-2012:ON THE ISSUES..

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State and federal officeholders in 2011
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Who Is Alan Krueger?

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011


Obama Nominates Advocate For $500 Billion Tax Increase Through Value-Added Tax

“President Barack Obama Nominates Princeton University’s Alan Krueger To Be Chairman Of The White House Council Of Economic Advisers, A White House Official Said.”(David Wessel, “Labor Economist To Fill Key Post,” The Wall Street Journal, 8/29/11)

LACKS REAL WORLD BUSINESS EXPERIENCE. Krueger should fit right in with the rest of Obama’s administration they have less business experience than a bunch of fifth graders…
If you’re wondering why it seems that the Obama Administration truly doesn’t understand how the free market works or why it thinks that we can simply spend our way out of a bad market, you need look no further than the make-up of the personnel on his team. In the past 110 years, we have never seen such a cabinet lacking in business expertise. Yes, there are many lawyers who have worked with businesses, but if you have to look at making payroll, making decisions that affect products in the market, market research, hiring and firing, well, you’re looking at 92% of a cabinet sans business experience with nary a clue how to deal with this economy. If we were in a legal crisis, we might all feel warm and fuzzy.Politifacts claims this is false, but asserts legal experience substitutes for business experience. You can decide for yourself as here is their link. From JP Morgan Private Bank via Michael Cembalest research published by

Krueger Has Little To No Real World Business/Private Sector Experience. (Alan B. Krueger, Curriculum Vitae, Accessed 8/29/11)

Krueger“Another Example” Of Obama White House Favoring Individuals With No Private Sector Experience To Key Economic Positions. “Alan Krueger nod another example that there’s nothing this White House prizes like previous administration experience.” (Ezra Klein, Twitter Feed, Accessed 8/29/11)·

Ezra Klein: “Krueger fits the Jack Lew, Gene Sperling, Bruce Reed, etc model closely, where the White House prefers to go inside than out.”(Ezra Klein, Twitter Feed, Accessed 8/29/11)

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Wednesday, August 31st, 2011


While President Obama is living “high on the hog” with the rich and famous in “Martha’s Vineyard” golfing, eating out etc. his illegal Uncle is being arrested in Framington, Mass. outside a so-so chicken restaurant for drunk driving.

Onyango Obama, uncle of US President, detained as illegal immigrant



OBAMA, Let Our Country Go.

Monday, August 29th, 2011


The people said unto Obama, “Let our country go…”


We don’t want socialism.

We don’t want out of control spending.

We don’t want unattainable debt.

We don’t want unprecedented unemployment.

We don’t government run healthcare.

We don’t want government funded genocide (abortions).


We want a smaller government.

We want less taxation.

We want less government regulations.

We want government to follow Americas rule of law.

We want Cap, trade and balance for the budget.

We want transparency in government.

We want government to secure our borders.

We want government to have a sound fiscal policy.

We want government to have a sound foreign policy.

Obama was unyielding…Obama said:



The Truth about Texas Job Growth

Monday, August 29th, 2011
(Liberals, please go look up the definition of “truth” before proceeding)
Obama and his loony tune financial advisers seem to think that doing all things Keynesian will get the economy back on track.


We’d love to see a Rick Perry vs. Jerry Brown death match on the next UFC card.

It seems that Dallas Fed chief Richard Fisher has a different take on things and uses Texas as a shining example:

On Wednesday, Richard Fisher, President and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, gave a speech in which he separated “fact from fiction” about the record of job creation in Texas.

We can help but wonder whose fiction he was talking about?



Problem Solver: Green Jobs

Monday, August 29th, 2011

The greatest idea in history: How to solve the budget, poverty, obesity  and energy problems simultaneously

We bow to the genius of Walter Russell Mead. In fact, this is one guy we wouldn’t mind seeing President Obama bow to.

Mead’s article at explains that green jobs are complete nonsense or, if you prefer, complete B.S.:

The belief that green jobs would drive a new era of American prosperity was — like the large majority of green policy chat — intellectually incoherent. The goods that drive renewable energy industries, like so much else in this world, are far cheaper to construct in Asia. As the NYT piece describes, SolFocus, a widely-celebrated solar power company based, only has 90 employees at their San Jose headquarters. The solar panels are assembled in China. Whether a product is an ordinary t-shirt or an admirable piece of world saving green technology like a wind turbine has zilch, zero, nada influence on the mind of the manufacturer trying to decide where it should be made.

Get ready. Here comes the idea that’s destined to win Mead a shelf full of Nobels:




Thursday, August 25th, 2011


Promises..Promises…from the past…The President predicted he would create 15 million jobs with his policies, the stimulus would save 3.5 million jobs, economic recovery plan would create 2.5 million jobs, green energy economy would create 5 million jobs, Obamacare 4 million jobs, 2 million jobs with infrastructure spending. The granddaddy of all job creation “unemployment” would create 600,000 jobs.

These “Promises” and the uncontrolled spending since President Obama took office, America, has lost 2.37 Million Jobs And The Unemployment Rate Has Increased From 7.8 Percent To 9.1 Percent. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/23/11)
· Including 1.8 Million Private Sector Jobs, 1.02 Million Construction Jobs And 814,000 Manufacturing Jobs. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/23/11)

· The Average Duration Of Unemployment Has Increased From 19.9 Weeks To A Record 40.4 Weeks.(Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/23/11)Since President Obama’s $831 Billion Stimulus Bill Passed, The Nation Has Lost 1.65 Million Jobs. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/23/11)

The Unemployment Rate Has Remained Above Eight Percent For A Record 30 Straight Months. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/23/11)



Obama’s Shame: Part 1 of 3

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011


State Of Disappointment ..

Part One of three

While Obama Begins His Vacation On Martha’s Vineyard, Americans Continue To Lose Jobs And Hope In The President AS AMERICANS WAIT FOR OBAMA TO RELEASE HIS JOBS PLAN, STATE UNEMPLOYMENT RATES CONTINUE TO CLIMB In July, 28 States Saw Unemployment Rate Increases And 19 States Lost Jobs. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/19/11)

· Bureau Of Labor Statistics: “Ten States Reported Statistically Significant Over-The-Month Unemployment Rate Increases In July.” (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, “Regional and State Employment and Unemployment Summary,”, 8/19/11)

· Bureau Of Labor Statistics “Nevada Continued To Register The Highest Unemployment Rate Among The States, 12.9 Percent In July. California Recorded The Next Highest Rate, 12.0 Percent.” (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, “Regional and State Employment and Unemployment Summary,”, (8/19/11)

Illinois’Unemployment Rate Increased From 9.1 Percent In June to 9.5 Percent In July. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/19/11)

· Illinois’ Unemployment Rate Now Exceeds The National Rate For The First Time In 10 Months. “The state’s jobless rate now exceeds the national rate, the first time that’s happened in 10 months.” (Francine Knowles,“Illinois Unemployment Rate Jumps To 9.5 Percent In July,” Chicago Sun-Times, 8/18/11)

Minnesota’s Unemployment Rate Increased From 6.7 Percent In June To 7.2 Percent In July. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/19/11) Research:

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Must Be Nice in the Vineyard: Part Two

Monday, August 22nd, 2011


Obama Jets Off To Martha’s Vineyard, Leaving Americans To Deal With The Consequences Of His Failed Economic Policies


“President Obama’s Plans For A La-Di-Da Vacation With The Glitterati On Martha’s Vineyard This Week Are Now Drawing Friendly Fire From The Ranks Of His Own Party, As The Nation Remains Deeply Mired In Economic Turmoil.” (Chris Cassidy, “Dems Bop President Obama For His Vacay,” The Boston Herald,8/16/11)

Newton, MA Mayor Says Obama Should Cancel Martha’s Vineyard Vacation. “Despite the ongoing financial crisis President Obama is planning to take his Martha’s Vineyard vacation. But Newton mayor and Democratic Senate candidate Setti Warren is calling the President out for taking time off.“ (“Newtown Mayor Calls Obama Out For Taking Time Off” WHDH-TV [Boston, MA], 8/11/11)   Click To Watch

Even Obama Supporters Think Obama Should Cancel His Trip Due To The “Urgency” Of The Nation’s Economic Troubles. “Some of his supporters believe the economic slowdown has reached a level of urgency that he should at least abbreviate the family trip, if not cancel it altogether.” (Peter Nicholas, “As Some Call For Bold Strokes, Obama Sticks With Vacation Plans,” Los Angeles Times, 8/10/11)

  • One Major Democrat Donor Said, “If There Were A Real Jobs Summit And A Jobs Push, I Would Feel Much Better. We’re Not Paying Enough Attention To Jobs.” “‘I think he can shorten his vacation and focus on this issue,’ said Peter Buttenwieser, a major Democratic donor who counts himself as an admirer of Obama. ‘If there were a real jobs summit and a jobs push, I would feel much better. We’re not paying enough attention to jobs.’” (Peter Nicholas, “As Some Call For Bold Strokes, Obama Sticks With Vacation Plans,” Los Angeles Times, 8/10/11)
  • “’I Believe That The President Should Consider Postponing His Vacation And Call Congressional Leaders Back To Washington To Propose Serious Jobs Legislation To Present To Congress For Immediate Legislative Action,’ U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas (D-Lowell) Said In A Statement To The Herald.” (Chris Cassidy, “Dems Bop President Obama For His Vacay,” The Boston Herald, 8/16/11)

The Washington Post’s Colbert King: “But to be leaving town to spend 10 days luxuriating in an affluent, New England summer town when millions of Americans can’t find work? To fly off to the Vineyard when the public is losing faith in Washington’s ability to fix the nation’s economic problems, and with people anxious about their futures? What is he thinking? It’s not as if the Obama family is living in deprivation in Washington.” (Colbert King, Op-Ed, “It’s No Time For A Presidential Vacation,” The Washington Post,8/16/11)

“This Is No Time For The President To Dwell In Splendid Seclusion Among The Rich And Famous. Barack Obama’s Got Business To Attend To.” (Colbert King, Op-Ed, “It’s No Time For A Presidential Vacation,” Washington Post,8/16/11)

“He Should Use This Summer To Spend Some Time With Folks Who Can’t Afford To Take A Vacation. And Not Just In Iowa, Illinois And Minnesota, Which Happen To Be States That He Won In 2008.” (Colbert King, Op-Ed, “It’s No Time For A Presidential Vacation,” The Washington Post,8/16/11)

Obama Is Still Going To Martha’s Vineyard, “As If In A State Of Oblivion.” “Our president will go to Martha’s Vineyard on vacation this week. Reporters asked him if he was still going to go, considering the desperate shape the country was in, with millions out of work and others losing their retirement savings. As if in a state of oblivion, he said yes.” (Editorial, “Can Obama Succeed?” The Buffalo News, 8/16/11)

“In A Perverse Way, Perhaps There’s No Difference Between Obama Doing Nothing In Washington And Doing Nothing For The Country While On Vacation.” (Editorial, “Can Obama Succeed?” The Buffalo News, 8/16/11)


The Jobs Crisis Is America’s “Chief Concern” And “The Biggest Drain On Our Economy.” “It’s Americans’ chief concern. The biggest drain on our economy. The greatest threat to our future and our children’s future. No, it’s not the debt ceiling or the budget deficit. It’s the jobs crisis — the fact that we’re stuck in a rut of tepid job growth and record high long-term unemployment, and seem hard pressed to do anything about it.” (Christine Owens, “Biggest Threat To Future? The Jobs Crisis,” CNN, 8/4/11)

  • The Unemployment Rate Is 9.1%. (Bureau of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/16/11)
  • Since Obama Took Office, The Nation Has Lost 2,373, 000 Jobs. (Bureau of Labor Statistics,, Accessed 8/16/11)

“Moody’s Analytics On Monday Lowered Its Outlook For Growth In The U.S. Economy This Year And Next, Saying It Sees ‘Significantly Weaker’ Prospects For The Economy Than Just A Month Ago As The Country Struggles To Avoid Another Recession.” (“Moody’s Lowers US Economic Outlook Through 2012,” The Associated Press, 8/15/11)

Mark Zandi, Chief Economist For Moody’s, Believes The Economy Will Not Grow Enough To Add Jobs Fast Enough To Keep Unemployment Rate Stable. “‘The odds of a renewed recession over the next 12 months, already one in three, will increase if stock prices continue to fall,’ Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody’s Analytics, says in the report. He said the economy must grow 2.5 percent to 3 percent a year to add jobs fast enough to keep the unemployment rate stable –something that won’t happen soon.” (“Moody’s Lowers US Economic Outlook Through 2012,” The Associated Press, 8/15/11)

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