Monthly Archives: January 2012

Obama stole Bush’s credit card

On July 3, 2008 presidential candidate Barack Obama berated George W. Bush for adding $4 trillion to the national debt in 8 years. He says that Bush took out his credit card from the Bank of China to borrow the … Continue reading

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Conservatives spat over Newt

Jeffrey Lord has a beef with Elliott Abrams. Both of these gentlemen worked in the Reagan Administration. Lord was in the political office while Abrams was an assistant secretary of state. Apparently they had a good relationship while working under Reagan. … Continue reading

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Rubio Rising Reuters Recoiling

Remember the names DAVID ADAMS, DAVID LINDSEY and ERIC WALSH. Adams is the author of Florida’s Rubio a star, but an unlikely VP pick published by Reuters news service. Lindsey and Walsh are the articles editors. Next time you read an article authored or edited … Continue reading

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About the State of the Union

I am going to intermingle some thoughts within the transcript of the speech. My thoughts will be italicized. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base … Continue reading

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The new word: Stephanopoulized

When Mitt Romney was confronted at last Saturday’s Republican Presidential debate whether he believes that the states have the right to ban contraception, he was Stephanopoulized. This is a new word that describes the persistence of prominent media personalities to create controversy … Continue reading

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Get on board the Fannie and Freddie Gravy Train

After reading this article by Charles C. Johnson over at Real Clear Politics, I was wondering who in Washington hasn’t received money from Fannie Mae and/or Freddie Mac. Newt Gingrich’s $1.6 million payment is just the tip of the $174 … Continue reading

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When is Congress in Recess?

After the recess appointment by George W. Bush of John Bolton to the position of Secretary to the United Nations, Senator Harry Reid of Nevada and Senator Barack Obama of Illinois devised a scheme to prevent the President from making … Continue reading

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