Tuesday, December 22, 2009


For those of you that think 100% government controlled medicine is not the ultimate goal, this is what Democrat Senator Tom Harkin had to say about the bill working it's way through the Senate.

“What we are buying here is a modest home, not a mansion. What we are getting here is a starter home. It’s got a good foundation: 30 million Americans are covered. It’s got a good roof: A lot of protections from abuses by insurance companies. It’s got a lot of nice stuff in there for prevention and wellness. But, we can build additions as we go along in the future. It is a starter home. Think about it in that way,”

Oh, and just to be crystal clear, he followed-up with this:
“At some point in the near future, and I don’t know exactly how long it is going to be, we are going to have some sort of a public option out there. We might not get it in this bill, but it will come in as the years go by"

Thursday, December 17, 2009


Speaking about the Health-Care legislation, Obama said the following: "From the discussions we had, it's clear we are on the precipice of achievement that's eluded Congresses, presidents for generations -- an achievement that will touch the lives of nearly every American,"


  1. An overhanging or extremely steep mass of rock, such as a crag or the face of a cliff.

  2. The brink of a dangerous or disastrous situation: on the precipice of defeat.

Now imagine for one minute if Sarah Palin had said it? What if Dan Quayle or George Bush had said it?

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


Speaking at a Home Depot in Northern Virginia, President Barack 'The Moron' Obama had this to say:
"From the moment we took office … we began investing in newer, stronger foundations for lasting growth. One that would free us from the cycle of boom and bust that has been so painful. One that would create good jobs and opportunities for a growing middle class," Obama said. "Clean energy can be a powerful engine for that kind of growth."
What "stronger foundations for lasting growth"?? What is this idiot talking about??

“I just received a report from Vice President Biden that confirms that as a result of the steps that we’ve taken, a major transformation of our economy is well under way. We are on track to double renewable energy production … by the year 2012.”
A "major transformation of our economy"??? The major transformation is the 17% unemployment you've created! IDIOT!

"The simple act of retro-fitting”" - installing new windows, doors, cooling and heating equipment, etc. - "is one of the fastest, easiest and cheapest things we can do to put Americans back to work while saving money and reducing harmful emissions,"
Hey moron! Don't you know that most construction products including heating and cooling equipment is manufactured abroad!!!
Amazing!!! Caulking windows and doors is going to put Americans back to work??


Friday, December 4, 2009

At yesterday’s summit, Obama lamented the lack of job creation: “There’s a lot of money on the sidelines in the private sector. They are still nervous about whether they want to go ahead and take the risks that are inherent in a free market system.”

WRONG, IDIOT! Businesses aren’t nervous about “the risks that are inherent in a free market system,” they are nervous about the risks inherent in a government dominated economy, and the complete financial irresponsibility coming from Washington!


The JOB SUMMIT was held yesterday in Washington.
We are told that Obama brought together the smartest and brightest to 'talk' about job creation.
I must applaud the President for doing this because he obviously knows nothing about business and especially creating jobs.
Anyway, I took a look at the list of the people invited and imagine my surprise when I saw the names of some of America's great job creators.
Here is a sampling of the folks that are giving the President advise..........ON JOB CREATION.

Mark Ayers, Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO
Larry Cohen, Communications Workers of America
Angela Glover Blackwell, PolicyLink
Reed Hundt, Coalition for the Green Bank
Robert Kuttner, American Prospect
Rhonda Perry, Missouri Rural Crisis Center
Rob Puentes, Brookings Institution
Edward Wytkind, Transportation Trades Department, AFL-CIO
Ben Burkett, Mississippi Association of Cooperatives
Ralph Everett, Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies
Ed Hill, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
William Hite, United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters
Joseph Stiglitz, Columbia
Ron Bloom, Senior Counselor to the President for Manufacturing Policy
Heather Zichal, Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change Policy
Wesley Clark, Growth Energy
Phaedra Ellis-Lamkins, Green for All
Tom Friedman, New York Times
Leo Gerard, United Steel Workers
Lynn Jurich, SunRun Solar
Lawrence Katz, Harvard
Terry O'Sullivan, Laborers International Union of North America
John Podesta, Center for American Progress
Jeff Sachs, Columbia
Susan Collins, University of Michigan
James Hoffa, International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Paul Krugman, Princeton University
Jared Bernstein, Chief Economist and Economic Policy Adviser to the Vice President
Julius Genchowski, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission
Alan Blinder, Princeton University
David Bing, Mayor of Detroit, MI
Anna Burger, Change To Win
William Bynum, Enterprise Corporation of the Delta Hope Community Credit Union
Debra Lee, BET
Arpana Mathur, American Enterprise Institute
David Sandahl, Princeton Job Creation Forum
Robert Shapiro, New Democratic Network
Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO
John Wilhelm, Unite Here
Ed Montgomery, Director of Recovery for Auto Communities and Workers
Ceci Rouse, Council of Economic Advisors
Dean Baker, Center for Economic and Policy Research
Rob Carmona, STRIVE/East Harlem Employment Service
Bob Greenstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Joe Hansen, United Food and Commercial Workers
Donna Klein, Corporate Voices for Working Families
Barry Rand, AARP
Bruce Reed, Democratic Leadership Council & Progressive Policy Institute
Robert Reich, Berkeley
Matthew Segal, 80 Million Strong for Young American Jobs
Andy Stern, Service Employees International Union
Andy Van Kleunen, Workforce Alliance
Randi Weingarten, American Federation of Teachers

Looks like academia, labor unions, greens, and every Liberal organization is well represented.
Let me know if you see anyone from The US Chamber of Commerce, The National Federation of Independent Business, or the oil and natural gas sector.