Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Change you can believe in

The Democratic leadership is beginning to define "change" and what they hope Amerika will look like if they take power.

So what does change look like? Well for starters Marxist Christopher Dodd believes the government should regulate the profits businesses make. Listen to Senator Chris Dodd, a former candidate for POTUS: Government Can Mandate What Profit is ‘Fair’ for Business

The word for the day is SELL & DIVEST in American regulated firms! Dodd believes it is both the governments right and its responsibility to make sure businesses dont make enough money to make you want to invest in them!

When asked if he thought all businesses needed to be regulated, Senator Dodd said, "In fact it’s been done that way in the past and particularly when you’re trying to get some relief for people out here when the economy is in a tailspin. We’re about to go into a recession here. This is really causing a tremendous dislocation, not only here, but around the world."

The economy is in a tailspin after American have had their earnings devalued 80.00 a week per worker due to the raise in minimum wage and now employers are not hiring people at 7.50 an hour they would have at 5.50 an hour because a 7.50 a hour employee cost 10.00 an hour to employ with all the ancillary costs. Many younger workers are going to be unemployed as a result of Congress madating what wages must be paid. Congress can't run itself, has stolen our pensions, and now wants to tell business how to operate? These guys need sent home, all of them!

Time for a tea party.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

So much for free speech and diversity

Minnesota Teens Barred From Graduation for Displaying Confederate Flags on Pick-Ups

"I'm just a country type of person, country music, big trucks and everything, that's basically all it means to me."

A foretaste of an Obamanation?

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Barack Obama, David Axelrod and Mayor Daly

Classic Chicago political machines being foisted off as "progressive".

"Here comes Barack Obama out of Harvard, using political tactics like a machine to get rid of the [Alice] Palmers and then calling themself progressive." John Kass, Chicago Tribune

Kass, the Chicago Tribune columnist, said the national media are naive when it comes to Chicago politics, which is a serious business.

He said they have bought into a narrative that Obama is strictly a reformer. The truth, Kass says, is that he is a bare-knuckled politician. And using the rules to win his first office is part of who Obama is.

"It's not the tactics of 'let's all people come together and put your best ideas forward and the best ideas win,' " Kass said. "That's the spin; that's in the Kool-Aid. You can have some. Any flavor. But the real deal was, get rid of Alice Palmer.

"There are those who think that registering people to vote and getting them involved in politics and then using this tactic in terms of denying Alice Palmer the right to compete, that these things are inconsistent. And guess what? They are. They are inconsistent. But that's the politics he plays."

Chicago politics. Remember 68.

Hat tip to CNN and Breitbart TV