Obama’s Operation Government Dependency … Success

May 31, 2011


In April, I reported on the Obama FoodStampCorps’s mission to enroll countless more food-stamp beneficiaries.

Looks like they’re accomplishing their mission of dependency in spectacular fashion.

Kenneth Schortgen Jr at The Examiner reports on fresh SNAP/USDA data:

43 millions on Government Food Stamps … Highest ever.

Here comes Congress …

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Beck Scores Again

May 31, 2011

Beck’s Explosive Video Vindication: Socialist Explain How They Worked With Muslim Brotherhood & Islamic Extremists In The Mid East Revolutions To Unite Arab World Against USA, Britain & Israel

So this is what Democracy Communism looks like?

Housing Index Is Expected to Show a New Low in Prices

May 31, 2011

LOL … ‘Double-Dip’ in Housing Prices Even Worse Than Expected

The desire to own your own home, long a bedrock of the American Dream, is fast becoming a casualty of the worst housing downturn since the Great Depression.

Even as the economy began to fitfully recover in the last year, the percentage of homeowners dropped sharply, to 66.4 percent, from a peak of 69.2 percent in 2004. The ownership rate is now back to the level of 1998, and some housing experts say it could decline to the level of the 1980s or even earlier.

Disenchantment with real estate is bound to swell further on Tuesday when the most widely watched housing index is all but guaranteed to show that prices of existing homes sank in March below the lows reached two years ago — until now the bottom of the housing crash. In February, the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index of 20 large cities slumped for the seventh month in a row.

Housing market nose dives:

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Tales of the Red Tape #12: Regulatory Grapes of Wrath

May 31, 2011

In the 1939 movie You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man, W. C. Fields demands to know “What contemptible scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch?!” If asked today, the answer might well be Congress. Dozens of Members are backing legislation that would allow states to prohibit consumers from making interstate purchases of wine.

Proponents of the bill claim that their motives are as pure as a fine pinot—i.e., to secure state sovereignty. But the proposed Community Alcohol Regulatory Effectiveness Act is actually a cynical attempt to sidestep a 2005 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court that struck down such wine sale prohibitions in Michigan and New York. In Granholm v. Heald, a majority of justices wisely held that banning out-of-state wineries from shipping directly to Michigan consumers violated the Constitution’s Commerce Clause. Continue reading.

Should have read Justice Kagan’s most scholarly work it’s an article in the Harvard Law Review “Presidential Administration” or how to implement socialism in the USA by presidential jiggering of the rules and regulations layed out by giant “Communist Russia style bureaucracy. Princeton has hidden her college thesis behind a $57 dollar pay-wall.

What were Kagan’s own ideas?

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Obammunism: The Unstimulated Obama Economy

May 31, 2011

Let’s start off with the truth. The porkulus trillion was to stimulate any thing but the BIG government welfare state. The rest of the entitlement thinking came from Obammunism, and stealing the people’s money.Which worked fine.

Heritage Reports:

Newsflash from The New York Times: President Barack Obama’s stimulus did not work. No, theTimes doesn’t say that in so many words, but in an op-ed this morning, the paper laments the sputtering economy and the fact that Washington just isn’t doing enough to help the economy grow. The problem, of course, is that Washington has done too much of the wrong things to get the economy moving again.

The economic news that’s really sticking in the Old Gray Lady’s craw is revised data released last week that shows the economy’s growth stuck at 1.8 percent, slow consumer spending, stagnant wages, higher prices for gas and food, the poor housing market, flagging consumer confidence and a recent Labor Department report showing a higher-than-expected rise in claims for jobless benefits.

The Times complains:

The grim numbers tell an unavoidable truth: The economy is not growing nearly fast enough to dent unemployment. Unfortunately, no one in Washington is pushing policies to promote stronger growth now.

61% Favor A State Law That Would Shut Down Repeat Offenders Who Hire Illegal Immigrants

May 31, 2011

You notice the lamestream isn’t talking about this? And why was the U.S. Chamber of Commerce the one who filed suit? Curious that they would be the most anti-American worker of the bunch. Maybe this is why unemployed Americans is so high.

Hey we know how VOTE FOR ME “Open Borders Obama” feels about illegals .

The U.S. Supreme Court late last week upheld the legality of an Arizona law cracking down on employers who hire illegal immigrants, i.e. Employer Sanctions, and most voters support having a similar law in their own state.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 61% of Likely U.S. Voters favor a law in their state that would shut down companies that knowingly and repeatedly hire illegal immigrants. Just 21% oppose such a law, and another 18% are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

If it’s in the news, Rasmussen Reports has the details.

Tx Gov Perry Gets It

May 31, 2011

Perry wrote in his new book, global warming is “all one contrived phony mess that is falling apart under its own weight.”


It’s All Over: The Hoax That Was — Kyoto Protocol Loses Four Big Nations:

Saturday, 28 May 2011 16:58 Agence France-Presse

DEAUVILLE, France: Russia, Japan and Canada told the G8 they would not join a second round of carbon cuts under the Kyoto Protocol at United Nations talks this year and the US reiterated it would remain outside the treaty, European diplomats have said. Read the rest of this entry »

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