January 22, 2011
Feed the fraud, the AGW lies that won’t die. What is it about a president who lies?
The totally whacked out, EPA has now approved E-15, so we can get those ethanol producers to burn even more fuel, in a futile attempt to lower gas mileage to zero. dumb meet dumb-ass.
Obama’s dumb-asses plow on with destroying the people’s cars.
The Environmental Protection Agency has approved the use of a 15% ethanol-85% gasoline blend (“E15″) in cars made from 2001 onwards. Automakers and other parties have protested that these vehicles are not designed for E15 and may be damaged; and that owners of older vehicles may accidentally use E15, since the gas nozzles are identical. The decision was made based on Energy Department testing, and was spurred by Congress’ demand that ethanol usage be increased across the nation.
The use of E15 in 2000 and earlier cars, along with small engines (e.g. snowmobiles and lawnmowers), remains banned.
The auto industry, including both domestic and foreign manufacturers, has lobbied against the rules, claiming that the stronger blend can cause breakdowns, emissions issues, and possibly safety problems. Major automakers, boat makers, and lawnmower manufacturers filed a lawsuit last month to block the plan. The plan was also opposed by energy, farm, and food trade groups, who warned that using increasing amounts of corn to feed cars rather than cows would raise food prices.
And food prices, up up and away!!! America will be Kenya shortly.
January 19, 2011
As the US House prepares to repeal ObamaKare today, Paul Ryan reminded us yesterday just how dishonest democrats were in passing this monumental piece of legislation.
If you want to understand the actual cost of the ObamaKare no one explains it better than Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI).
Democrats claim the bill will cut the deficit by using phony accounting tricks. Paul Ryan explains how ObamaKare is the largest tax increase in US history.
January 15, 2011
A new CBS News poll finds that Americans strongly prefer cutting spending to raising taxes to reduce the federal deficit. While 77 percent prefer to cut spending, just nine percent call for raising taxes. Another nine percent want to do both.
Lets just whack 10% off the top until the budget balances or we put the federal government out of business — throw out all the useless regulations and economy crippling bureaucrats we can.
January 12, 2011
Americans have closely followed news stories about the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the killing of six others in Arizona on Saturday, and most don’t feel politics was the cause of it.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 28% of Adults say the shooting in Arizona was the result of political anger in the country. Fifty-eight percent (58%) say instead that it was a random act of violence by an unstable person. Fourteen percent (14%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
Sixty-eight percent (68%) of Republicans and 56% of adults not affiliated with either of the major political parties view the shooting as a random act of violence. Even Democrats by a 48% to 37% margin agree, although leading members of their party have attributed the shootings to a climate of anger they say has been generated by opponents of President Obama.
58% say it was just random violence … And who is causing the blood libel perpetrated by the media? Might as well get over it media, you are the problem and the people know it.
January 12, 2011
It’s as if their wings, just fell off …
They look strangely familiar.
January 11, 2011
One of Josh’s finest graphic flourishes: As England fests in snow up to their …
… Just a slight adjustment you see, winter becomes summer, as long as no one notices all the snow piling up. Which is an unfortunate turn of events.
Well at least there is to comfort that global warming will produce desertification of the Australian continent, where the floods of the rains that never end is … wait something has gone wrong, and surely it isn’t the UN IPCC scam, is it not still operative?
January 10, 2011
Glenn puts it very well. If your goal is to improve the climate of political discourse, you can start by not telling vicious lies about your opponents.
And stuff like this … from 2008 …
and how about all that Bush hate?