Archive for February, 2011
There is no question in my mind that Newt Gingrich is the most qualified and the most intelligent candidate coming from the right side of the country, but can he win?
Here’s a guy hung up on his own honor, and on a different political stage from a different time. When Newt was Speaker of the House, no question the second most powerful political position in the country if not the first, he flexed his muscle for all the right reasons, for the good of the country. He had a belief in the strength and integrity of the American people, and was sadly disappointed. If you recall, as Speaker he led the charge to reduce the cost of government, then a popular but empty ambition of most Americans, and when the slightest gore was given to the individual ox, they abandoned his gallant efforts like proverbial rats leaving a sinking ship. When they didn’t get mail delivery for one day because government wasn’t funded, the people basically said, “I don’t give a damn how far in debt the government goes, I want my mail.” Wimps.
“An economist is someone who sees something happen in practice, and wonders if it’d work in theory.” Ronald Reagan
“The taxpayer is someone who works for the government but doesn’t have to take a civil service exam.” Ronald Reagan
Don’t Let Obama Control your Internet Rights!
The National Wireless Initiative is Obama’s Latest “New Deal”
to Control Your internet Activity and Shut Down Private Commerce
Barack Obama has been President for two years—and during that time we have seen unprecedented government expansion and invasive regulation of nearly every aspect of our lives: guns, land, commerce, healthcare, climate, banks, automobiles, energy and food.
But he’s still not satisfied. His latest target? The Internet.
There is a “perfect storm” of Internet regulation occurring in Washington, and chances are, you’ve heard very little about it in the press. That’s by design. Because if you knew what was REALLY going on, you’d be alarmed.
In the great
State of Wisconsin
Brought change to bear
With grand entitlements
Only public employees could share.
Unions placed a fox
In the public’s coup
A change the majority of voters
It is really no great surprise
The public’s coup of chickens
Were all eaten before sunrise.
Now it is time
For a change of venue
The voters want public chicken
Taken off the Union menu.
Angry public employees
Crawl the capital rotunda