Remember all that campaign rhetoric back in 2008? I know. There was a lot of it. But, one of the many grandiose promises that Senator Obama made was that he would not raise taxes on anyone making less than $250,000 a year. If you’re still having trouble remembering, here’s the video: Continue Reading
Ann Coulter made another appearance on “The View”; this time to promote her new book, Mugged: Racial Demagoguery From The Seventies To Obama. You can guess how this turned out, but I’ve provided the video just in case there are any doubts.
In 2008, Howard Stern made the point of showing just how ignorant supporters of then Senator Barack Obama truly were:
Fast forward to September 2012. The same drones are voting for Obama and Stern is once again proving that these people are not only clueless, but they shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a ballot. The folks at Reagan Coalition put it best:
- They have no clue who the Vice President is.
- Don’t know what Obama has done.
- Didn’t know that Osama Bin Laden was killed in 2011.
- Think that Paul Ryan was selected as Obama’s VP.
- Can’t give a cogent reason for why they will either vote for Obama or vote against Romney.
- They agree that he’s pro-life.
- Think Sarah Palin is running again.
- Think John McCain is running again.
How do free people enslave themselves to tyranny? This is how:
The day after Barack Hussein Carter appeared on Univision and admitted that the most important lesson he’s learned as president is that “you can’t change Washington from the inside”, the Republican National Committee pounced on the opportunity and released the following ad. Ah, how refreshing when Romney and the Republicans actually come out swinging.
In yet another display of blatant narcissism and violation of Federal law, the Obama campaign has begun hawking these flag prints on BarackObama.com:
Long before slipping up on the 2008 campaign trail and professing his love for socialism to Joe the Plumber, Illinois State Senator Barack Obama unabashedly proclaimed his admiration for wealth redistribution back on October 19, 1998 while speaking at Loyola University:
“…Let me just close by saying, as we think about the policy research surrounding the issues that I just named..policy research for the working poor, broadly defined, I think that what we’re going to have to do is somehow resuscitate the notion that government action can be effective at all. There has been a systematic…I don’t think it’s too strong to call it a propaganda campaign against the possibility of government action and its efficacy. And I think some of it has been deserved. Chicago Housing Authority has not been a model of good policy making and neither, necessarily, have been the Chicago public schools. What that means, then, is that as we try to resuscitate this notion that we’re all in this thing together..Leave nobody behind..We do have to be innovative in thinking..how..what are the delivery systems that are actually effective and meet people where they live. And my suggestion, I guess would be…that..the trick..And this is one of the few areas where I think there are technical issues that have to be dealt with as opposed to just political issues. I think the trick is figuring out how do we structure government systems that pool resources and hence, facilitate some redistribution, because I actually believe in redistribution; at least at a certain level to make sure that everybody’s got a shot.
Does a reduction of American strength in the Middle East equal stability in the region? Undoubtedly, the answer is no. But it is the pipe dream of the American Left and their chosen son, Barack Obama. Continue Reading
While Democrats are still basking in the glow of Bill Clinton’s speech last night, the bigger story is what happened prior to the highly anticipated address from the commanding general in the “War on Women”. After some questioning occurred over the removal of “Jerusalem” and “God” from the Democrat party platform, the committee hurriedly placed the language back in; this despite obvious disapproval from the delegates when the measure was brought up in the chamber for a vote. A resounding chorus of “no’s” drowned out the affirmative votes and left DNC chairman Antonio Villaraigosa dumbstruck on the stage of the Time Warner Cable Arena. Continue Reading