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Now that is just harsh

Monday, June 29th, 2009

One of the strongest factors in our Dear Leader’s election was that he was not George W. Bush. The far left really hated our former President and demonized him at every opportunity.

Many of those who voted for our Dear Leader did so in hopes that he would immediately reverse every policy of GWB and that unicorns would start pooping Skittles ™. Ya, ya. Obviously reality wasn’t their strong point, or checking up on our Dear Leader‘s history.

Well, reality has reared it’s ugly head and not only has Barack Hussein Obama not closed the Islamofascist detention center at Gitmo, he’s announced that he, like President George W. Bush, plans on holding some of them indefinitely. A policy that made BDS sufferers foam at the mouth when GWB announced it.

Add to that this bit of data. During the election, many liberals complained that President Bush was running the national debt up too high and the Communist Chinese government owned too much of that debt. A lot of fiscal conservatives agreed with them on that. After the election, the fiscal conservatives stuck by their principles and most liberals abandoned theirs as our Dear Leader raised the national debt in six months an amount that it took GWB eight years to reach, selling most of that new debt to the Communist Chinese government.

Facts like these, are causing some honest liberals to describe our Dear Leader as “Bush on Steroids” or “George W. Obama“, and they don’t mean it as a compliment.

Republican Congress Critters for sale

Monday, June 29th, 2009

The old joke is that a “Honest Politician” was one that would stay bought.

Eight Republican members of congress proved they were for sale by breaking party ranks and voting for the democrat‘s “Cap & Tax” scheme.

Let’s be honest here, the “Cap & Tax” scheme isn’t about the environment and it certainly won’t create jobs. It will make the poor poorer and Al “manbearpig” Gore (owner of a mansion and a yacht) even richer.

The Washington Examiner points out just who paid them off and how much it took to buy their vote.

Stop by Michelle Malkin’s site for a good graphic showing the traitorous eight. Anybody running against them in a primary would be a good person to donate to.

Monday Book Pick: Eye of the Storm

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Eye of the Storm by John Ringo

The latest by best selling author John Ringo. It’s the next book in his Legacy of the Aldenata series. “Iron Mike” O’Neil is back, and boy is he pissed!

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