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Jul 08 2014

Time To Impeach Obama? Not Yet

Governor Sarah Palin came out today to make a great opening argument for Impeachment of President Obama. However, the political repercussions of Impeachment probably would push the decision to Impeach into the next Congress, which will be sworn in January 2015. Palin’s concerns are valid: Because of Obama’s purposeful dereliction of duty an untold number […]

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Jul 03 2014

Obama’s Frustration Pushing Him To Dig Deeper Hole For Dems

Update: Michael Goodwin makes a similar point to mine below: Let me be clear: Obama is flirting with disaster. This and other polls show he is losing ground with every group, including African-Americans. … Losing the consent of the governed is a profound event, and there is no easy path back to public grace. The […]

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Oct 02 2013

Dumb, Dumber and Dumberer

Barrycades popping up everywhere – even where they should not be! Apparently the National Park Service has closed down a park in McLean, VA it does not operate: Pointing to Park Service claims that parks have to be closed because the agency can’t afford staff during the government closure, Eberly wrote: “What utter crap. We […]

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Oct 02 2013

Public Lands Do Not Belong To The Political Party In The White House

Final Update: Obama admin surrenders on the WWII Memorial (at least to WWII Vets). Now onto the Lincoln Memorial. Take back our country, one monument at a time. Update: WWII vets – along with bipartisan congressional support – tear down Obama’s wall Went right through the “Barrycades”!. Follow on twitter Best Tweet: So the #WWIIMemorial […]

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Oct 01 2013

Shutdown Finally Brings Dem’s National Economic Nightmare Inside The Beltway

The greater DC area is pretty immune to economic down turns. We who are fortunate to bask in the light of the all-knowing (sarcasm on full) are protected against the foolishness of DC’s policy mistakes the rest of the nation suffers. Ed Morrissey notes an enlightening Washington Post article that points this out in spades, […]

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Oct 01 2013

Dem Senate Shuts Government After Years Of Failing To Pass Budgets

I had to laugh at the Senator from Maryland’s outlandish comment on the shutdown: Can you believe this?” said Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), the chairwoman of the Senate Appropriations Committee. “We are the United States of America. We are a superpower. We’re supposed to be a nation governed by rule of law and we’re about […]

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Sep 30 2013

Shut It Down

The GOP never should have made the call. I don’t care if they were bluffing, they are all in now. There is no choice – shut it down or surrender. Shut it down – and watch as nothing happens. I mean nothing. It is just like Sequestration and the Stimulus billl – all smoke and […]

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Sep 29 2013

Why Are Obamacare Showdowns Important? So Detroit Does Not Infect All Of America!

While perusing the news on the possible (probable) government shutdown I ran across this paragraph, which crystallized for me the long term implications of what the GOP is trying to do this week in the budget battles with Obama and Reid: The two chambers are on a collision course, a standoff that could lead to […]

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Mar 26 2013

After Wasting Tax Money, Government Confiscates More Money To Fix Their Mess

I am still feeling the tax sting this year as new rates and taxes gouge our tiny company. The result – had to lay someone off. Yep, when it comes down to paying taxes or paying employees the tax man wins out. Sequestration is causing government programs to freeze up as they try and find […]

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Dec 07 2012

Let Things Play Out – Embrace The Cliff!

The country is need of a wake up call. A brutal, ice-bucket-in-the-face, wake up call. The country needs to hit the fiscal cliff – which is just a way of facing the fact we need to deal with our out-of-control spending and the cost to all of us on getting right. I have not been […]

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