Saturday, May 9, 2009

Memo to Capitalists: Be Very Afraid - HUMAN EVENTS

One has to ask, when and how will Obama's new found love of tyranny end?  The answers are not easy to contemplate.

Memo to Capitalists: Be Very Afraid - HUMAN EVENTS

by  David Limbaugh


Lately, MSNBC's Chris Matthews has been on a childish tear, taunting Republicans to admit their belief in the biblical account of the Creation. Someone ought to ask this paragon of smug self-satisfaction why, if he's so brilliant, he unquestioningly echoes the demagogic hyperbole of global warming fanatics hellbent on destroying the economic system responsible for producing unprecedented prosperity in the advanced industrialized world.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

I Can Only Hope This Proves To Be Inflammatory Nonsense | finem respice

Are we descending into fascism??

I Can Only Hope This Proves To Be Inflammatory Nonsense | finem respice

RealClearPolitics - Cold, Cold Health Care

Looking at the future of healthcare under the Obama administration.

Cold, Cold Health Care

By Carol Peracchio

And he's not cool. He's cold. This is a cold, cold guy.
- Rush Limbaugh

Last year I read that Barack Obama not only voted against, but vigorously fought the passage in Illinois of the Born Alive Infant Protection Act (BAIPA). This bill addressed the situation when an abortion results in a live baby. BAIPA stated all live born babies are guaranteed the same constitutional right to equal protection whether or not they were wanted. The Federal version of this legislation passed the Senate unanimously. Yet Barack Obama voted against this legislation not once but several times.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Dem Congresswoman Admits Obama Health Care Plan Will Destroy Private Health Insurance Industry

“I know many of you here today are single payer advocates and so am I … and those of us who are pushing for a public health insurance don’t disagree with this goal. This is not a principled fight. This is a fight about strategy for getting there and I believe we will,” Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) told a group of government-run health care supporters on April 18.