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January 7th, 2014

Obama’s Failed Economy, Unemployment Benefits Extended

After 5 years Obama’s failed economic policies Obama and the Democrats once again called for extending unemployment benefits. The job market continues to be weak with the labor force participation rate at the lowest levels in decades as people leave the labor force due to the lack of good paying jobs.

What should the Republicans do? The Republicans should approve the extension of unemployment benefits because it’s not the fault of the unemployed that they are in the dire position they are in. It’s the fault of Obama and his failed policies of high taxes, increased regulations and the disastrous Obamacare.

Posted by admin as Economics, General, politics at 11:47 PM UTC

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November 22nd, 2013

Democrats Power Grab, End of the Filibuster

With the prospect that Obama has become a lame duck President with collapsing support according to polls, the Democrat and Harry Reid controlled Senate used the nuclear option to end filibusters. The naked power grab a year before the November 2014 elections that may result in the Republicans winning will give the Democrats just over a year to ram through radical left wing judges to impose socialism on America. Obama and the leftists use the courts to impose their radical socialist agenda where they can’t pass it in Congress. With the Republicans in the majority in the House and a failed Presidency of Obama the Democrats are left with ending the filibuster to impose their leftist agenda with activist liberal judges running courts while they still control the Senate.

Now that the Democrats threw down the gauntlet ending the filibuster they showed that they can’t be trusted to continue Senate rules that go back nearly 200 years while they are in charge. This will effectively end the filibuster that the minority party uses in the Senate to slow or stop legislation they don’t approve of or will harm their state. When Republicans are the majority they too will be able to pass what they want with a simple majority like the House does. In the long run this may help Republicans if they can win a majority. It may also help small states over the fewer large states with Senators from small states uniting to pass bills that will help them. All states get two Senators regardless of population size.

Of course the Democrats didn’t do the right thing and end the filibuster rule in a way that’s fair to both parties like have the new rule go into effect after the next election. The Democrats changed the rules while they can use the new power first to try to pack the courts with radical judges. Because it’s clear now for all to see that Democrats can’t be trusted when they use lies to pass bills like Obamacare and appoint abusive judges that violate the Constitution to impose their leftist agenda; Republicans need to pass bills and continue to pick quality judges and approve them with a simple majority when Republicans have the majority without the Democrats using the filibuster rule that has now ended.

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October 29th, 2013

Obama lied and healthcare died

Now even the most sycophant Obama supporters admit Obama lied about Obamacare when he said over and over that ‘if you like your plan you can keep it.’ Obama said it many times and many different ways with the clear and deliberate intention to lie to fool his supporters to back the Obamacare scheme. Reports by liberal NBC uncover the fact that Obama knew many people would lose their healthcare plans and could not keep it if they wanted it while he was saying people could keep their plans. Obama choose to lie to promote his Obamacare scheme which only passed by one vote in the Senate and no Republicans voting for it.

There are many more lies or shocks to his once supporters of Obamacare such as Obama’s claim that the average plan or person would save 2,500 dollars a year on health insurance. Healthcare insurance costs are rising instead. While many said that would happen Obama claimed prices would fall by 2,500 which has not happened. Did Obama know that it wasn’t true? Soon after the Obamacare scheme passed Congress and he signed it and way before it was implemented, Obama said ‘of course it will cost more to add people to the system’. So much for the original reason for healthcare reform that was pushed by Democrats under the reason that health insurance costs were too high. The disastrous Obamacare plan is more costly and many will pay higher prices or insurance. Many senior citizens that have Medicare and a health insurance plan with it are also losing their plans and are facing higher prices for the supplemental plans or less coverage.

While Obamacare scheme was never popular people are seeing what experts have said about how disastrous it is to the nations healthcare and economy. The hits to the economy and healthcare system haven’t been fully felt yet but will cause inefficiencies and bureaucracy that will play havoc on doctors, insurers, jobs, economy, and sadly harm those that need medical help.

News article mentioned above:
Obama administration knew millions could not keep their health insurance

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Obama uses crises strategy to bring down capitalism

Obama’s big government program on America is the same plan by leftists to bring down capitalism. One of Obama’s comrade heros, Saul Alinsky who wrote ‘Rules for Radicals’, was for the radical plan.

The Cloward Piven strategy also know as the crises strategy was created by leftists to bring down America and capitalism. The radical strategy is to so over load the nation with bureaucracy and chaos including huge spending that could bankrupt cities or the nation itself to cause a crises to impose a radical leftist agenda.

Obama creates or declares a crises to implement his radical schemes on America such as his disastrous Obamacare. Obamacare creates the most bureaucracy and chaos of any one leftist’s schemes. It also will add huge debt to the nation and states. Obama’s huge budget deficits also push the nation ever closer to bankruptcy. People often wonder how could Obama be so stupid to support unworkable and failed socialist schemes. It’s all part of Obama’s over riding leftist agenda to bring down capitalism and America itself.

More on The Cloward-Piven Strategy
By Richard Poe

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February 25th, 2013

Obama Blames Others

Obama’s budget cuts are set to go into effect. Also know as the sequester, the cuts will hit the military the hardest and discretionary spending but not entitlements like Social Security or Medicare. The cuts are across the board of all effected government spending with half coming for military cuts.

Obama is out campaigning against his cuts now that they are set to take place. When Obama put the spending cuts in he said he would veto any attempt to change them but that was before the election and now they will actually happen. Obama always blames others, Congress, Bush whom left as President over 4 years ago and none of Bush’s policies were passed after the Democrats led by Pelosi took over Congress way back in 2006, going on 7 years ago. If Obama wants to blame anyone for the cuts he should point and blame himself considering they are his plan to begin with.

Follow up: White House economic adviser Gene Sperling admits that the sequestration was President Obama’s plan

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October 6th, 2012

Mitt Romney Crushed Obama in First Debate

If the debate between Romney and Obama was a boxing match the referee would have called it off after the first half of rounds. Romney was in command with facts and in-depth knowledge of the economy, taxes and job growth. Obama looked like he was in search of a thought and did a very poor job responding or defending his failed Presidency.

The debate showed that it is Mitt Romney that is Presidential and a true leader, while Obama was and is still over his head in a job he is not qualified to do. Romney now has the momentum to win the election. It may only get worst for BO as the election nears with polls showing Romney winning. This may be a landslide win for Romney and Republicans.

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September 26th, 2012

Polls show Romney will win

The liberal media has their own biased polls that show Obama leading. The left is trying to convince people that Obama will win so to discourage Romney voters to not vote on election day and to pump up Democrats so they vote. The liberal’s polls sample many more Democrats than Republicans and fewer independents that will normally vote. Their excuse for their biased polls is that they are using the same turnout as 2008 when Obama won and McCain had very lukewarm support. In 2008 Democrats were motivated to vote for the first time minority candidate and Republicans were discouraged by the aging candidate that few grassroots conservatives supported.

In 2010 there were many more Republicans voting as they were motivated to oppose Obama and the unpopular Obamacare. Democrats were less motivated to vote and the Democrats lost many Congressional seats in the House and Senate. If pollsters use 2010 turnout for their polls Republican’s and Romney would be doing much better than Obama. If turnout is between the 2008 Democrat advantage and the 2010 Republican advantage the media would show more legitimate poll results. The liberal media isn’t interested in true polls but polls results that could help their liberal political side.

If we look at more serious polling companies that want true results and not biased we would look at Rasmussen and the Gallup polls. Other polls, like the biased ones, you need to factor in their over sampling of Democrats to get useful information from them. What polls are showing is that Romney and Obama are close and a few points under 50 percent each. However, when an incumbent like Obama is under 50 percent it’s very difficult for that candidate to reach 50 percent on election day. There are many undecided voters and these voters often vote for the challenger, not the incumbent because they know that candidate already well and if they aren’t for them only weeks before and election they will likely vote against them or not vote at all. What we see from many polls overall is that Romney is leading when factoring in those leaning to Romney and the likelihood that many undecided will vote for him. State polls also show the same in key battleground states that each need to win. Romney is either close or leading in many states and Obama again under 50 percent.

While the liberal media tries to convince people with their biased polls that Obama leads, a basic look at poll results show that Romney will win the election only weeks before election day and win by a nice 5 percent or more.

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March 28th, 2012

Will the liberal Supreme Court Judges rule according to the Constitution on Obamacare?

Will the four liberal Supreme Court Judges rule on the Constitutionality of Obamacare or will they rule to expand socialism? Most do not expect the four liberals on the Supreme Court to consider what the Constitution says about commerce or individual rights but simply go along with Obamacare to expand government and socialism. This is a sad and obvious indictment of the liberal judges that swear an oath to uphold the Constitution when ruling on issues taken to the Supreme Court. Liberals seem to have no problem with leftist judges making up excuses to expand socialism and dismiss the Constitution as something to work around or just ignore.

We will see if the liberals on the Court will strike down Obamacare on Constitutional grounds or give ridiculous excuses for their support of the socialist Obamacare. Almost no one expects they will care what the Constitution says and no one will be surprised when they line up for socialism and the shredding of the Constitution.

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December 22nd, 2011

Conservative Republicans win and Moderate Republicans lose

Republicans often alternate between nominating conservatives and moderates every contested primary. Seldom have Republicans nominated two moderates or conservatives in a row. Re-nominating a sitting President is usually done without a serious challenge and is a continuation of the previous nomination process.

Conservatives are the majority of the Republican party but have been less likely to be in party leadership positions. The moderates are also called the establishment Republicans as well as liberals. Years back they were also know as Rockefeller Republicans after the moderate (or liberal) Republican Governor of New York. Conservatives are often identified as Reagan conservatives.

Looking over the Republican nominations since 1976, when conservatives win the nomination they win the Presidency. When a moderate wins the nomination they often lose the Presidential election against the Democrat. Back in 1976, Ford was the incumbent President. He was the moderate against Reagan from the conservative side whom challenged him. Ford won the nomination and went on to lose to President Carter. Carter ran as a conservative and some may have seen Carter as the conservative in that Presidential race. In 1980, Reagan as the conservative challenged George H.W. Bush on the moderate side. Reagan won the nomination and later defeated Carter. President Reagan wasn’t challenged in 1984 and won re-election. In 1988 it was moderate George H.W. Bush nominated, however, he was seen as continuing the conservative President Reagan’s policies and won the election against the Democrat. During his Presidency and after agreeing to a Democrat tax increase, President Bush was re-nominated but now thought of as a moderate. He went on to lose to Clinton who campaigned on conservative issues of cutting taxes. The 1996 primary had the moderate Dole winning against conservatives like Buchanan, Gramm, and Forbes. It was the second moderate winning in a row and Dole went on to lose to Clinton for another defeat for a moderate Republican.
The 2000 nomination had the moderate McCain against George W. Bush whom was on the conservative side. After early wins by McCain in the NH primary, Bush won in conservative states and went on to win the nomination and the Presidency in a win for conservatives. President George W. Bush ran on conservative’s issues as tax cuts and a strong military. He won re-nomination and won re-election. His two wins came against liberal Democrats Gore and Kerry.
The moderate McCain won the nomination in 2008 against others seen as more conservative but there were few conservatives in the race. In another lose for moderate Republicans, McCain was defeated by Obama.

For the 2012 Republican primary, a number of candidates on the conservative side are or were running including Newt Gingrich, Bachmann, Perry, Santorum and Cain. The moderate side has Romney and Huntsman. The Republican primary will decide if a more conservative candidate will win the nomination or one that’s more moderate. If recent history is a guide, a conservative Republican points to a win against Obama and a moderate Republican may mean another loss.

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December 10th, 2011

A Question for Establishment Republicans

For establishment Republicans that think Romney is the best candidate, I have a question.

You want to bet?

Posted by admin as Economics, General, politics at 11:34 PM UTC

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