Okay, America, question time: do you WANT us to become Detroit?
'Cause that's where we're headed...
I had to read the newspaper article TWICE, to be sure its author wasn't joking.
Sadly, they were not...
***(…or something to that effect)
Last week I highlighted why the “Fiscal Cliff!” would now become part of our permanent landscape.
For anyone that (somehow) doubted my conclusions then, I give you a quote from “San Fran Nan”, courtesy of CBS’ Face the Nation:
Posted in Economy, politics
Tagged Democrats, Eat the Rich, economy, Face The Nation, fiscal cliff, government, Nancy Pelosi, Obama, Obamacare, politics, revenue, taxes
Courtesy of Bret over at T.B Rickert’s Call blog, we now have a video rebuttal to yesterday’s disgusting California Teacher’s Union video.
BUT, if you haven’t yet seen the ORIGINAL, please go to yesterday’s post and check it out now. It’s mandatory for everyone to know exactly what we’re up against…
Watched it? Still a little numb? Can’t believe they’d show that to kids, right? Do me a favor: just keep that in mind next time I warn you about the Teachers Unions, okay?
Anyway, here’s the video rebuttal, which is pretty decent.
Posted in Education, Occupy Wall Street, politics, union
Tagged CA Teachers, california teacher, Democrats, Ed Asner, Greed, Tax the Rich, teachers unions, unions, utopia, video
Haven’t done one of these for awhile, and after yesterday’s post, I needed a laugh.
So…, here’s nine of ‘em :
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Tagged Benghazi, budget, comedy, comics, Democrats, economy, entertainment, funnies, humor, Obama, politics, Tax the Rich
I’ve linked to Guy Benson’s blog a number of times, and enjoy it when he fills in for Hugh Hewitt occasionally. Smart, quick, and rather self-deprecating, Benson covers the political scene in DC as well as anyone, and easily better than most.
This post came out yesterday at Townhall.com, where he serves as the political editor.
If you don’t normally read his column, or do so only occasionally, I’d politely suggest you make it a habit. You’ll be far better informed as a result, I promise…
The White House has been hyping its #My2K Twitter hashtag in an attempt to galvanize supporters to contact their Congressional representatives to demand action to avert the fiscal cliff. The administration estimates that unless Congress moves, the average family’s tax bill will jump by more than $2,000, starting on the first of January.
The implication, of course, is that Republicans are once again standing in the way of resolving this problem. Show of hands — as the media breathlessly follows every minor twist and turn of these negotiations, how many of you have seen this fact reported?
Posted in Economy, Guy Benson, money, politics
Tagged blame, Congress, current-events, debt, debt crisis, Democrats, economy, fiscal cliff, Guy Benson, Negotiating, politics, Republicans, spending, Townhall.com