Friday, June 8, 2012

Random Round-Up

Below please find a "round-up" of news items that either pissed me off or got some lefty so angry it makes me smile. Enjoy. Kimberlin is a convicted bomber, indirectly responsible for a man's death and an internet stalker. Speedway Bomber Going dark to urge congressional action: Who will protect the freedom to blog? What Upsets the Obamedia About ‘Fast and Furious’ Is … the Leaking! Exposing the New York Times’ sins House Democrats Demand Ethics Report on Waters Case What's Really To Blame For The Lousy Recovery How's that Most Transparent Presidency Ever working for ya? White House rejects calls for special counsel for national security leaks What's Changed After Wisconsin The Obama administration suddenly looks like a house of cards. President Obama’s terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad week Obama has been having a lot of these weeks lately (teehee, teehee) Labor Dept. counts oil lobbyists, garbage men, bus drivers as ‘green jobs’ AFSCME boss gives race-baiting speech at Occupy Milwaukee rally Obama is wrong. The private sector isn’t ‘doing fine’ Younger voter unemployment at 12.1%, threatens Obama Obama Press Conference: The Private Sector Is ‘Doing Just Fine’
The president offered nothing new in today’s presser. He offered the same son-of-stimulus plan that has already failed. He blamed the eurozone for the moribund U.S. economy, despite the fact that his own policies — ObamaCare, his desire to end the Bush tax cuts, and his unbridled regulatory state — are killing American jobs. He called for government “investments,” despite his record of failed investments in green initiatives like Solyndra. He claimed that the US economy has created 800,000 jobs this year and that “the private sector is doing just fine.” He said that public sector jobs are where the layoffs and pain are occurring, but if he believes that then he would do well to look to the reforms championed and passed by Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. His reforms have saved public sector jobs and lowered local property taxes at the same time, both of which will spur economic growth. President Obama strongly opposed those reforms, and tepidly supported the failed recall attempt on Gov. Walker.

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