Archive for October, 2011

Racism, by anyone, is ugly.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/msnbc-analyst-herman-cain-black-man-who-knows-his-place_604145.html

So, first, Lieberals claimed that Republicans were racist because they didn’t help elect President Obama, a liberal who happens to be a black man.

Now, Lieberals claim that Republicans will vote FOR Herman Cain, a conservative who happens to be a black man, in order to prove that we are  NOT racist!

It seems that Lieberals think conservatives are racist no matter how we vote.  The unfortunate truth is that the lieberals are the true racists in this goofy situation because they can’t see beyond the color of a candidate’s skin to understand the man’s philosophy.

I’m a fan of Herman Cain because he is a well-educated, intelligent, and conservative candidate. The color of his skin is immaterial to me.  But, that’s just me….a conservative.

Ask the lieberals and they see a man’s skin color, NOT his policies nor his personal talents.  Now, THAT’S RACISM.

And, racism, by anyone, is ugly.

 


Why does History repeat itself?

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/10/24/us-obama-economy-idUSTRE79N0J920111024

Because some people never learn the first time around!  Witness Obama trying to prop up the housing market — again — even knowing that HIS policies the last time actually hurt the housing market!  Mr. Obama has to learn that no one, even America, can BUY its way out of recession by using taxpayer dollars.

Unbelievably, in a desperate search for votes, President Obama is promising home owners in certain circumstances that the American taxpayer will again subsidize their mortgage.  AND, HE IS WILLING TO ELIMINATE CONGRESS IN THIS DECISION.  Why?  Because he knows it is fiscally irresponsible to interfere in the housing market.  And, so does Congress which is why they don’t support him on this issue.

Mr. Obama had no experience in finances, world affairs, domestic affairs, business, or anything else when he came into office.  Apparently, he hasn’t learned from his mistakes either.  So, be prepared for another million speeches in a self-serving attempt to make us believe what he WANTS to believe, NOT the reality of our economic plight.

 


President Golf Nut…or, just a nut case?

http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2011/10/23/obama-offers-saudis-condolences-golf/

President Obama is  out golfing…yet again!

President Obama gets Saudi’s bad news.

President Obama keeps golf date……….but, sends our nation’s condolences in between golf shots.

Wow.  From bowing to everyone he met on his world tour  to a flippant fare-thee-well from the golf course on the passing of an important VIP in the Saudi world.

That’s large of you, Obama.  Wonder how the Saudis feel about your cavalier comments?

My vote goes towardObama being a nut case……….and, a self-serving one at that.

 


Qaddafi

As you probably have heard, Qaddafi has been captured and killed : http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/21/world/africa/libyan-fighters-say-qaddafi-stronghold-has-fallen.html?_r=2&hp

I’ve noticed numerous responses to this news from idiots, that killing him will just allow the next dictator to step up and rule, so it’s pointless in killing him.  The fact of the matter is he needs to be punnished for his actions.  Killing a scumbag like him may not be an end-all, but does that mean we let him go unpunnished?  He should be punnished for what he did, not what might happen when the next leader steps in.  The only thing we can count on, is what HAS happened, not what MIGHT happen.

-Mr. Knowledge


Senator Reid and Obam: Clueless in Washington, D.C.

http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/house/188443-reid-says-public-sector-jobs-must-take-priority-over-private-sector-jobs

 

Reid signals government jobs must take priority over private-sector jobs

By Pete Kasperowicz – 10/19/11 10:16 AM ET

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Wednesday indicated Congress needs to worry about government jobs more than private-sector jobs, and that this is why Senate Democrats are pushing a bill aimed at shoring up teachers and first-responders.

“It’s very clear that private-sector jobs have been doing just fine; it’s the public-sector jobs where we’ve lost huge numbers, and that’s what this legislation is all about,” Reid said on the Senate floor.

Reid was responding to recent comments from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), who accused Democrats of purposefully pursuing higher taxes as part of the teacher/first-responder bill, S. 1723, so that Republicans would oppose it. McConnell said the bill was meant to fail in order to give Democrats an issue to run on in the 2012 election…

Does Senator Reid understand that the country has over 9% unemployment?  Does Senator Reid realize that his own state of Nevada is currently above 14% unemployment?

It’s difficult to feel sorry for government workers who rake in, on average, $126,000 a year, and yet our friends and family are out every day desperately looking for a job…..any job!   And, now, good old Harry says that the private sector is doing okay.

Yup.  Tell that to the 2,000 applicants for 2 jobs in Wisconsin last month.  Tell that to my friend who has been looking for a job for over 2 years.  Tell that to the man I overheard telling someone else that he didn’t even have $3.00 in his pocket! 

I don’t know exactly where Harry lives, when he’s not spending our money in Washington, but it sounds like he lies in Clueless…..you know, that’s right inside Washington, D.C. and President Obama is just down the street!

 


Amadinejad, Obama, Pelosi..Birds of a feather?

What do these people all have in common?

Could their finger in the air be testing the political wind direction so they know what policies to support?


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