Please, Please Stop the Spending!

In his latest venture, King O’bama wants US taxpayers to spend $63 billion for world health…  I didn’t like Bush’s expenditures for the US to be “world cops”, but this is getting ridiculous.  Trillions of taxpayer money for bank bailouts and “stimulus”; Trillions of

Constipation?

If you are bothered by occasional or frequent constipation, look in the mirror and repeat the following phrase three times in succession when symptoms occur: “My financial and personal well being are totally in the hands of Barack Obama, Joe

US Financial Sector Near Insolvency?

During a discussion with my Liberal cousin a couple of months ago, I postulated that O’bama and Geitner — while being incompetent and unable to comprehend the factors that actually create wealth — are hiding the facts about bail-out and

Great Orators of the Democratic Party

Some of the great ones:  “One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt ‘The buck stops here.” – Harry S. Truman “Ask not what

O’bama’s Economy

“I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle.” — Winston Churchill  

Conservative Quotes

All of these are great quotes from a conservative who stands in stark contrast to our current President.  As you can probably tell, I voted for Ronald Reagan: “Here’s my strategy on the Cold War: We win, they lose.” “The

O’bama’s Direction for the Country

As I’ve previously stated, I don’t believe that O’bama has the faintest clue about the creation of wealth… Larry Kudlow summed it up best: “Mr. Obama is moving the country away from democratic free-market capitalism and toward a big-government, command-and-control vision

Is GM Finished?

Glancing at the Wall Street Journal today, I couldn’t avoid seeing these projections about the new ownership composition of General Motors: US Government – 50% United Auto Workers – 39% Everyone Else – 11% Can you imagine a company majority-owned