Sarah Palin’s Latest …

October 21, 2013


Palin calls out “compromised” Democratic and Republican politicians who’re “indifferent to what their actions mean for We the People” in her Breitbart piece, particularly when it comes to the far-reaching implications of Obamacare:

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Debt Slaves

October 16, 2013


You young debt slaves, are so screwed by Obama … It’s laughable.

Palin Joins The NJ Senate Race…

October 11, 2013

Go Sarah … impeccable timing … Palin jumps into NJ senate race…

Lonegan was hoping to pick up support when former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin joins him to campaign on Saturday,

The Hits Keep Coming

October 10, 2013

But not to worry, the death panels will be fine … Hawaii forced to relaunch after zero sign-ups...

Think how long it will take to just get signed up. You have that much free time? 


Civil Disobedience

October 6, 2013

I am sure Obama would rather have the militia running around like it did under BJ Clinton …

PRESIDENT PETULANT: Police prevent drivers from pulling over and viewing Mt. Rushmore. In an open highway viewing area.

Civil disobedience in action.

Open defiance.

The resistance spreads: WWII Vet – Removing Iwo Jima Memorial Barricades “Blew My Mind … It Was Great.”

Then he could show his real power…


Sarah Palin Tells ‘Gutless and Rudderless’ GOP Establishment to ‘Stop the Ridiculous Hysterics’ and Stand Its Ground Against Obamacare

September 22, 2013

Sarah Palin tells Republican lawmakers — particularly the U.S. Senate — to rally behind the likes of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and fearlessly fight against Obamacare despite the beating they’ll receive from the media.

Fight like a girl …

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September 11, 2013

Yeah sure …


From the grooveyard of hits gone by …  when we had a real man in the white house, not some amalgamation of What-ever.


Clarity instead of “what-ever”, before the liberal leftist tripe.

Hopey-Changey UPDATE

September 8, 2013

It’s bad and steadily getting worse…::: Millennials Have Nothing To Celebrate When It Comes To Employment:

“Millennials’ future is summed up by joblessness, part-time work, and a cozy futon in mom and dad’s basement. But it didn’t have to be this way. Our economic struggles are a direct result of years of an ever-growing regulatory regime, in which reams of red tape are making steady, full-time employment for young people harder to find and more difficult to keep.”

Our crisis is unmistakable. Over the past four months, the unemployment rate for 18-29 year-olds has averaged nearly 12 percent. When you factor in those who have just given up and stopped looking for jobs altogether, our unemployment rate rises to over 16 percent—or more than twice the national unemployment rate.

It gets worse. Behind those numbers, there’s an even larger shadow looming over Millennials’ economic outlook.

Only 43.6 percent of young adults held a full-time job in June, a nearly four-percent decline from the same time last year. College-educated Millennials have also felt the squeeze: Fewer of them are holding full-time jobs this year, too. An additional 53 percent are either jobless or underemployed relative to their education—and only 30 percent of Millennials actually feel that their job is part of their long-term career plan.

I celebrate that you thought you were trying to fix something made really bad with Bush, and made much worse with Obama and his FDR like policies. FDR took a down turn and turned it into the Great Depression. The world did not participate in our Great Depression. Did you ever wonder why that was?

Do you know what a siren song is? Yes you fell for Obama’s siren song …

Hopey-Changey Update

September 4, 2013

Long-Term Jobless Left Out of the Recovery: Despite Improving Economy, Prospects Are Bleak for Millions of Unemployed.

Yes bleak is the word. Unless they want a MIckyD job or two, what are they going to do?

More Hopey-Changey News

September 3, 2013

RASMUSSEN: Startling Findings About Race Relations, Then And Now:

Nearly 2/3 of all voters say that race relations have improved over the last 50 years.

But just one-in-10 say that race relations have improved since President Obama took office in 2008. Blacks are even less convinced than whites and other minority voters that things have gotten better.

How’s that hopey-changey stuff workin’ out?

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