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BEGALA: APRIL 15TH SHOULD BE 'PATRIOT'S DAY'

It’s not out-of-the-question that the 2009 TEA party participants could someday be regarded by history as patriots who made a difference- same as 1773. This sort of public outrage might be just what’s needed to break through the media’s manufactured reality.

And you can believe that Obama and the left are plenty scared of the TEA party movement- how else to explain the dubious timing of his "everything is under control" speech on the economy, and (on the same day before the protests) the wierd DHS report warning of "right-wing" radicals and their propensity to violence? Now ACORN is deploying thugs to confront these protests at the street-level? What's next, bring-in the Crips? Or the next year, the mandatory Obama youth corps or his new, private militia?

Barack Obama is rapidly liquidating everything that made this country great… and needs to be put back-on-his-heels with a major embarrassment that puts an end to the myth that everybody just loves Barack and his wacked-out agenda… because millions of us DON’T.

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Comment Posted By Reaganite Republican Resistance On 15.04.2009 @ 15:03

<em>THE RICK MORAN SHOW</em>: THE NEW GM (GOVERNMENT MOTORS)

And firing the head of General Motors must be quite a coup for a power-mad narcissist like Barack- what a rush. His Marxist-professor mentors would have been so proud. But, it's costing GM $20M to fire Wagoner, and with dubious benefit- which is now on the taxpayer's tab, of course.

Barack Obama making business decisions and deciding who keeps their job and who doesn't is a very bad idea... he doesn't know anything about capitalism- except for that he doesn't like it very much.

Comment Posted By Reaganite Republican Resistance On 31.03.2009 @ 17:49

HOW RADICAL IS BARACK OBAMA?

It's about time this President was asked about his incredulous statements and disingenuous "goals"- for Obama to portray himself as some sort of deficit hawk just three days after signing the largest spending bill in US history is like Josef Stalin giving a speech deploring conditions in the Siberian gulag.
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He's been writing his own story as the MSM just parrots it for far too long, and very little of it squares-up with reality. Barack Obama is habitually dishonest... and maybe he should finally get called-out on some of it.

Comment Posted By Reaganite Republican Resistance On 13.03.2009 @ 10:44

A TIPPING POINT ON OBAMA IN SIGHT?

President Obama has zero business experience or sense (unless you count pay-to-play arrangements or public-housing scandalous with felon Tony Rezko in Illinois).
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Barack puts together a cabinet with no CEOs or anybody else that could upstage the comprehensively unaccomplished Obama. Then he unviels wild spending plans embedded with pork-n-welfare totalling trillions of dollars... when we are already running record deficits. Such spending has no historical precedent of success in stimulating the economy, so the stock market shrinks-back in horror.
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Although the MSM has so much invested in his success that they can no-longer afford anything resembling a balanced perspective, SOME journalists and talk-show hosts come out publicly against his plans... so he launches attacks, including paid TV ads against them. (can you imagine the uproar if W had done this?)
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When the GOP members of Congress that Obama promised for over a year to work with in a new, post-partisan manner voice their concerns, he tells them "I'll trump you on that" and "I won".
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He is ramming-through a far left agenda he knows we can't afford, so later will "have to" crank-up taxes to eye-watering Swedish levels when inflation hits 10% and the dollar tanks... thereby running through the back-door the soaking of the job-creating "rich" that he dreamed of doing while "burning one" with is Marxist professors.
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Most likely outcome? Stale economy, high taxes, high inflation, international embarrassments, endless ethics issues... followed by a Democratic bloodbath in the 2010 mid-terms. Obama's support might not be weakening yet, but Wall St. looks-out 6-12 mos ahead... and what they're saying is that the economy will be in the toilet during the 2010 mid-term campaign. And it' hard to iimagine there being no upcoming international humiliation or ethics drama with this President.

Comment Posted By Reaganite Republican Resistance On 7.03.2009 @ 14:06


 


 


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