Filed under: Barking Moonbats, Politics, Progressives
“That eugenics was part of the progressive agenda is one of the most heavily-airbrushed features of history.”
Filed under: Barking Moonbats, Culture of Corruption, Media Bias, Politics
Replace “racism” with “communism” and I defy you to tell the difference between MSNBC and a 1958 John Birch Society newsletter.
Filed under: Barking Moonbats, Media Bias, Our Dear Leader, Politics
“The plan, this thing is going to work, it’s going to be extremely popular, and it’s going to wreak havoc with conservative ideology.”
– Far Left Wing Extremist Paul Krugman, getting it completely and utterly wrong in his July 2013 NY Times article, Obamacare is the Right’s Worst Nightmare
Filed under: Barking Moonbats, Culture of Corruption, Media Bias, Our Dear Leader, Politics
Filed under: Obama Economy, Our Dear Leader, Politics, Tea Party
“Dear America: We warned about higher premiums & millions of cancellations, & the media called us racist liars. Remember that. — Tea Party”
Filed under: Culture of Corruption, Media Bias, Our Dear Leader, Politics
HealthCare.gov Users Warn of Security Risk, Breach of Privacy Golly, Obamacare is a poor designed fiasco of a web site. No surprise there.
There’s an awful lot of middle-class sticker shock going on with these insurance cancellations… If you have been listening to the NPR coverage, where they are setting new records for extreme spinning for our Dear Leader, those premiums are only increasing “slightly” and those who complain about it are “whiners.” If you want to see some of those price hikes, check out MyCancellation.com.
The leftists over at Politico admit that the so-called “mainstream media” ignored Conservatives’ warnings about Obamacare for years, and that those warnings were 100% accurate. Poor Richard’s News sums it up nicely: “ The mainstream media willingly ignores the truth in favor of spoon feeding the American people talking points directly from the White House.”
No surprise here, the NY Times denies that Obama lied repeatedly to the American people.
Filed under: Culture of Corruption, Our Dear Leader, Politics
“Get border agents killed, get ambassadors killed, oversee disastrous healthcare rollout — those people get to keep their jobs. But calling Valerie Jarrett a “vacuous cipher?” That’s a firing offense.”
Filed under: Congress, economy, Obama Economy, Our Dear Leader, Politics
The current political posturing in D.C. is not over the federal budget. It’s over a ‘continuing resolution’ to fund the government for three months.
That is because the United States of America is entering its fifth fiscal year without an actual federal budget. An actual federal budget has not passed both houses of Congress and been signed by the President since George W. Bush was President.
The President is required by law to submit a budget to Congress every year. The person currently occupying the White House during his golf tour has done so. Those budgets have been received in a truly amazing display of bipartisanship and have failed to received a single vote from any member of congress of either party, and that includes the socialist who caucuses with the democrats. I think the best one of his budgets did was 0-97 in the Senate.
The House has submitted at least one budget, with bipartisan support every year, which Harry Reid has refused to bring to the floor for a vote. The Senate has produced one budget, within the last year, on a strict party line vote.
It is important to note that when the democrats controlled the White House and both houses of Congress, they failed in their primary duty of producing a federal budget. It is not because they tried and failed, they just didn’t even try.
So it is clear that having a federal budget, that receives a close examination, and is open to debate and review by the public is not something that the democrats want. Which raises the question of why they don’t want the transparency that an actual federal budget would bring.
Filed under: Barking Moonbats, Congress, Culture of Corruption, economy, Politics, Video
Kudos to CSPAN and YouTube, which brings us the words of Senate democrat ”leader” Harry Reid from 2006.
Yup, Harry Reid is calling raising the federal limit to $ 9 trillion is the last thing we should do, because it will weaken the country, and hurt the economy.
Was Harry Reid telling the truth or engaging in hyper-partisan political demagoguery because there was a Republican in the White House at the time. Given his record, if Harry Reid was telling the truth, it was purely by accident.
Filed under: economy, Obama Economy, Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics
“Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that “the buck stops here.” Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better. I therefore intend to oppose the effort to increase America’s debt limit.”
To be fair, that was what he said back in 2006, when he was a Senator from a fly over state with less than one year on the job. Perhaps he was just dangerously incompetent. On the other hand, there was a Republican in the White House back then, so perhaps he was just being the hyper-partisan political demagogue that he has proved himself to be time and time again. On the gripping hand, it probably is both.
The Washington Post had an article that brought up this quote in the context of the current debt limit debate. It said that Obama’s rhetoric then would be considered “a bit Tea Partyish” today. Spin the standard media bias out of that statement, and it is more than a “a bit.” The article also gives Obama an upside down Pinocchio for his current stance. In their rating scale, that is “A statement that represents a clear but unacknowledged “flip-flop” from a previously-held position.”