Tuesday, March 31, 2009

While Obummer's Out Of The Country, Let's Change it Back to America!

NoBamaNation's Pick: Best of the Web, Tuesday March 31st.

Gary Graham, Big Hollywood Blog

The Prez has flown to England and there’s only one thing to do while he’s gone: Let’s get our country back. Okay, it’s not going to be easy, there are a lot of hurdles.  I’m pretty sure I can take Harry Reid, Chris Dodd, Chuck Schumer, Maxine Waters, and that puffball press secretary Gibbs.  Multiple adversary bash-a-thon!!!   Hai-Yah!!

Barney Frank I ain’t touchin’… I’m not a homophobe; I simply suffer from an irrational childhood fear of Elmer Fudd.

And Nancy Pelosi?  I’m sending my friend Andrew Breitbart in to cross-check her hard into the glass.  (I know he’s been dyin’ to get the go-ahead.)  I am certain that if I confronted her, she would hit me with that death ray from those Neutronium eyeballs of hers…the same ones that hypnotize the Washington press corps into not busting up every time she opens her mouth.

But seriously, folks.  I don’t know why anyone’s surprised.  Obama for two years told us what he’s all about.  Made it clear as day.  And everyone just sort of…looked the other way. ”Oh, he’s not a socialist!  He’s just saying those things to keep the far left loonies happy.  You watch, he’ll govern from the center.”

Oh really?  Well, it’s been only two months and let’s take a look at what he’s done.  (Everybody follow along, and please feel free to add anything I’m missing.)

Mr. Obama took Mr. Bush’s bad idea of hundred-billion dollar bailouts and ran with it - on steroids.  When Bush’s bailout did nothing to revive the ailing economy, did our new president say, “Wait, that doesn’t work - let’s try something else.”

Uh…no.  Instead he figured that because having taxpayers borrow hundreds of billions of dollars from Communist China and handing it over to banks, insurance companies and auto giants to ‘stimulate’ economic activity didn’t do any of that…why he should just go ahead and quadruple the amount and try again!  That outta do it!

Then, more than half of his cabinet appointees turn out to be either tax cheats or plagued with scandal.  (The same people who are hell-bent to raise our taxes and ‘keep us honest’.)

Obama goes on You Tube and does a touchy-feely Neville Chamberlain appeasement stance with Iran’s Ahmadinejad, a man from a culture who views such behavior as weak and womanly (sorry - it’s actually an insult to women to call Barry womanly; my wife could kick his ass), doing a pathetic Rodney King “C-c-can we…can we just get along?” with the Iranian psychopath.

Then, his choice for Treasury Secretary, the one man, apparently, uniquely suited to fix the ailing economy, Tim Geithner, lays out plans to regulate all of American business; and in effect, give the Obama administration carte blanche power to inject it’s will directly into any private business it deems necessary, and for any reason whatsoever.

So…let’s get this into perspective.  The guys from government, the people who can’t make the post office run well, the folks who have never owned a business themselves…are now going to oversee, regulate, and in essence meddle with the mainspring of American progress - private businesses.

Just yesterday, Mr. Obama took that little power adjustment for a spin - and promptly fired the head of General Motors.  Did he consult with the stockholders in a hastily constructed shareholders’ meeting?  Take a vote?  Ask for comments?  Show of hands?


Too bad the phrase “a confederacy of dunces” is already taken, or I’d be tempted to use it here.

But …we’re told by the press there’s a “crisis of unprecedented proportion”, one that “the markets can’t fix.”   And my fav… “only the Federal government can fix this crisis.”  Reminds me of Ronald Reagan’s nine most terrifying words in the English language, “I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.”  (Also - Jackie Chan getting his ass kicked in Shanghi Noon, and Owen Wilson, trying to help, making it worse, and Chan shouts, “Stop helping me!!”)  That’s what the American taxpayer is feeling like screaming right now - “Stop helping me!!!!!!”

Obama is a typical Big Government Goon.  The typical BGG has a standard way of dealing with problems.  (And make no mistake, any sort of problem, once it can be stretched and twisted into the concept of being a ‘crisis’, represents one thing, and one thing only:  An opportunity to control, for the ultimate goal to gain personal Power.)

Yes, we underestimated his ambition.  We didn’t think he’d really do all the things he said he was going to do.  (well…in our defense, nothing he said he was going to do was very specific.  Mostly generalities about hope and ‘change’…yeah, close Gitmo…get us out of Iraq…no time limits, but yeah, that was specific.)  But he really meant it that he was going to change this country.  Just… no one actually believed he meant he was going to change this country into something completely unrecognizable from anything we’ve ever known.  (At least those of us who have never lived behind the Iron Curtain, or known the horrors of a despotic dictatorship.)

But look at who Obama’s mentors have been all his life - A Black liberation theologist, Reverend Wright… two avowed Marxists, Saul Alinsky and Noam Chomsky… and an unrepentant terrorist bomber, Bill Ayers.  Obama came up through the ranks of the Chicago political system, the most corrupt group of hacks, con artists and extortionists in the country.  And rather than learning the American dream in the business community, Obama learned how to intimidate, manipulate, and scam the system as a ‘Community Organizer’.  (This term, for reasons unclear to this columnist, seems to hold some sort of nobility, carrying with it a misplaced virtue that is the substance of…smoke.   And mirrors.)

So, the good B. Hussein Obama organized within the communities.  But, organized them…to do what exactly?  Find funds.  Get money.  Guilt various businesses and branches of government to yield to white guilt and cough up some dough.  And thus, noble and honorable organizations such as ACORN come into existence.  Strong-arming and intimidation raised to an art form.

But I think Barry is not content.  As arrogant and audacious as he’s already proven to be, I believe we ain’t seen nuthin’ yet, sports fans.   No…just as we underestimated the amount of damage he wished to inflict (I’m sorry - social engineering and progress) upon our Constitution, our traditions, our entire American way of life…there’s more to come.

And it’s not going to be pretty.

We apparently are in the most catastrophic economic crisis ever in the history of mankind.  But ya know?  I drove on the freeway this morning and it was pretty full.  People driving their clean, shiny cars off to work.  Dressed nicely, smiling, going about their day.  I saw people shopping in the stores.  They’re going out to dinner.  They’re ordering online.  Commerce is happening.  I do not see hundreds of people begging in the streets.  I have not heard about a single food riot.  No cardboard box cities sprouting up.  Door-to-door begging?  Lawlessness in the streets?  Okay, so it’s a little harder to borrow money, a little harder to refinance your house, or get a loan to buy a new car.

So what??

Does this ‘crisis’ justify transforming the most successful nation in the history of mankind into some socialist Euro-trash model of twisted central-authority collectivist oligarchy??

My fellow Americans…all I can say now is…

Quick!   Before he gets back.  Let’s do it!  We’ve only got eight days.  He’s going on a five-country Apology Tour, meeting with countries upset over 1) the Iraq War, and 2) treatment of enemy combatants at Gitmo.  He’s got a lot of groveling and appeasing to do, but he’s coming back in just over a week, so we’ve got to act fast!  He’s already screwed this nation up almost beyond recognition, and it won’t be easy.  We’ve got to restore our country so that Liberty, not government is the predominant force.  We must re-institute Capitalism as the primary engine of Freedom, and put government back into its proper role - an institution that works for us, not against us.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Obama Seeking Power To Search Laptops, PC's, Media Devices, Media Anytime The Federal Government Wants

When President Bush announced that the Government would listen to KNOWN TERRORISTS that were making phone calls into and out of the United States, Liberals, the Mainstream Media, the ACLU and other liberal "watchdogs" went apeshit.  They claimed it was an invasion of privacy, and jeopardized every American's rights.

Here we have the Obama Administration wanting to pass a law that would enable the Federal Government to search your personal computer, laptop, media devices and media.

The Obama Administration doesn't want to have a reason, they simply want the capability to search and seize material on your computer anytime they want.   You will be searched without warning.

Where is the outrage, and why is this NOT being reported in the United States media?

Surely the Founding Fathers would've revolted against this Government long ago.  This isn't even Socialism anymore.  This is MARXISM.

This isn't about stopping "illegal file sharing" at all.  This is about the Federal Government stripping away our rights, privacy and freedoms at every turn. 

This is the "Change" Obama voters wanted?  You better believe it is.

Monday, March 23, 2009

We The People Stimulus Package

Speaks for itself.

If any of you wonder why the Stock Market rallied nearly 500 points today, it's because the Obama Administration via Tim Geithner once again reached into your back pockets and guaranteed that any bank or corporation that buys troubled assets (ie: bad loans, bad real estate, etc..) will make a profit.

How could the Federal government make such a guarantee?  Hold onto your wallet, and you'll know the answer.

Now what to do about it?  Watch, listen, learn.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Geithner Plan Leaked: "Banks Are Sound, We Have A Confidence Problem"

In what is sure to be a stock market killer this week, the details of the Geithner "bad Banks" program leaked out earlier today.  Asian markets are already responding negatively and we can expect much the same from the US Stock Markets this week, says blogger Paul Krugman:

The Toxic-Asset program to be announced early this week is the same plan that was widely analyzed weeks ago and found wanting.  The Zombie ideas have won.  The Obama administration is now completely wedded to the idea that there’s nothing fundamentally wrong with the financial system — that what we’re facing is the equivalent of a run on an essentially sound bank. … And if we get investors to understand that toxic waste is really, truly worth much more than anyone is willing to pay for it, all our problems will be solved. To this end the plan proposes to create funds in which private investors put in a small amount of their own money, and in return get large, non-recourse loans from the taxpayer, with which to buy bad … assets. This is supposed to lead to fair prices because the funds will engage in competitive bidding.

“But it’s immediately obvious, if you think about it, that these funds will have skewed incentives. In effect, Treasury will be creating — deliberately! — the functional equivalent of Texas S&Ls in the 1980s: financial operations with very little capital but lots of government-guaranteed liabilities.

For the private investors, this is an open invitation to play heads I win, tails the taxpayers lose. So sure, these investors will be ready to pay high prices for toxic waste. After all, the stuff might be worth something; and if it isn’t, that’s someone else’s problem.

Or to put it another way, Treasury has decided that what we have is nothing but a confidence problem, which it proposes to cure by creating massive moral hazard. This plan will produce big gains for banks that didn’t actually need any help; it will, however, do little to reassure the public about banks that are seriously undercapitalized.

And I fear that when the plan fails, as it almost surely will, the administration will have shot its bolt: it won’t be able to come back to Congress for a plan that might actually work. What an awful mess.”

In short, prepare for the stock market to seek a new bottom, and another tough week for financial stocks.  All this from the President who claimed to have the "moral authority" during the campaign and election to right the system.  We, the common taxpayers of this country are about to get screwed again at the hands of the Obama Administration.

It's high past time for these feel-good 'tea parties' and time for more serious action on the part of those of us who pay the bills in this country.  Our voices are being ignored by the Obama administration in favor of those with their hands out to the Federal Government to make their lives better, or bolster their Corporate bottom lines. 

It's time for the tree of liberty to be watered with the blood of the tyrants that infest Washington DC my friends.  Until that happens these goons in Washington DC are just going to keep putting the screws tous.

The Teleprompter President

"Yea, though I walk through the valley in the shadow of liberal, friendly reporters I shall fear no evil; for my teleprompter and my writers are with me."  Rev. Jeremiah Wright Black Liberation Theology 12:1 as given to Barack Obama.

87 "Uhhh's" in five minutes.  That how Obama speaks without his Teleprompter. 

This is the same 'genius' that partisan, liberal democrat hacks claim is so much smarter than George W. Bush.    The reality is this: without his teleprompter and his staff, Obama is nothing but an empty suit unable to speak for himself or provide an answer to even the most basic questions.


So today we present Barack Hussein Obama, the current occupier of the White House in all his teleprompter glory.  You may find yourself surprised at all the things this guy needs a teleprompter for.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Obama, Congress Knew About AIG Bonuses For Months

Associated Press

Cue the outrage. For months, the Obama administration and members of Congress have known that insurance giant AIG was getting ready to pay huge bonuses while living off government bailouts. It wasn't until the money was flowing and news was trickling out to the public that official Washington rose up in anger and vowed to yank the money back.

Why the sudden furor, just weeks after Barack Obama's team paid out $30 billion in additional aid to the company?  So far, the administration has been unable to match its actions to Obama's tough rhetoric on executive compensation. And Congress has been unable or unwilling to restrict bonuses for bailout recipients, despite some lawmakers' repeated efforts to do so.


We Knew Nothing!  Nothing!!

The situation has the White House and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner on the defensive. The administration was caught off guard Tuesday trying to explain why Geithner had waited until last Wednesday to call AIG chief executive Edward M. Liddy and demand that the bonus payments be restructured.

Neither Obama nor Geithner learned of the impending bonus payments until last week, senior administration officials told The Associated Press late Tuesday, speaking on condition of anonymity about internal discussions.


Editors Note: There's so much to be outraged about so let's just start at the beginning.

It's outrageous that since taking office Barack Obama has spent almost three trillion dollars.

It's outrageous that we as taxpayers are footing the bill for private industries that acted irresponsibly.  This whole series of bailouts from Wall Street Investment houses, the Automobile Industry, AIG and other Insurance Conglomerates, the Banking Industry and soon the Newspaper industry, compliments of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi stinks to high heaven.

It's outrageous that AIG received 170 billion dollars of taxpayer money to begin with.

Yes, it's outrageous that once AIG was run into the ground by its management and caused all sorts of peripheral damage to our economy, that the same management is receiving some $160,000,000 in bonuses.  No doubt, being rewarded for failure is outrageous.

But the most outrageous thing to me is the fact that our Federal Government has been so busy passing out your and my hard earned tax dollars, that these MORONS apparently never gave a second thought to ACCOUNTABILITY for how that money was being allocated and spent so that our economy could in fact, be repaired.

We as a country are now in debt for another  three trillion dollars (That's $3,000,000,000,000) in debt with literally nothing to show for it, thanks to an inept, inexperinced, incompetent President.

That to me, is the single biggest outrage of all.

Sunday, March 15, 2009

Worries Grow That Barack Obama & Co. Have a Competence Problem

The "Incompetence" of Audacity

Sunday, March 15th 2009, 4:00 AM

Michael Goodwin, NY Daily News

Not long ago, after a string of especially bad days for the Obama administration, a veteran Democratic pol approached me with a pained look on his face and asked, "Do you think they know what they're doing?"4rde04

The question caught me off guard because the man is a well-known Obama supporter. As we talked, I quickly realized his asking suggested his own considerable doubts.

Yes, it's early, but an eerily familiar feeling is spreading across party lines and seeping into the national conversation. It's a nagging doubt about the competency of the White House.

It was during George W. Bush's second term that the I-word - incompetence - became a routine broadside against him. The Democratic frenzy of Bush-bashing had not spent itself when a larger critique emerged, one not confined by partisan boundaries.

The charge of incompetence covered the mismanagement of Iraq, the response to Hurricane Katrina and the economic meltdown. By the time Bush left, the charge tipped the scales to where most of America, including many who had been supporters or just sympathetic, viewed him as a failed President.

obamaRuprick The tag of incompetence is powerful precisely because it is a nondenominational rebuke, even when it yields a partisan result. It became the strongest argument against the GOP hammerlock on Washington and, over two elections, gave Democrats their turn at total control.

But already feelings of doubt are rising again. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid were never held in high regard, so doubts about their motives and abilities are not surprising.

What matters more is the growing concern about Obama and his team. The longest campaign in presidential history is being followed by a very short honeymoon.

Polls show that most people like Obama, but they increasingly don't like his policies. The vast spending hikes and plans for more are provoking the most concern, with 82% telling a Gallup survey they are worried about the deficit and 69% worried about the rapid growth of government under Obama. Most expect their own taxes will go up as a result, despite the President's promises to the contrary.

None other than Warren Buffet, an Obama supporter, has called the administration's message on the economy "muddled." Even China says it is worried about its investments in American Treasury bonds. Ouch.


Much of the blame falls on Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, whose appalling tax problems softened the ground under him before he took office. After his initial fumbling presentations, he became a butt of jokes on "Saturday Night Live," not a sustainable image for the point man in a recession. And still the market waits for his answer to the banks' toxic assets.

It's also notable that four people lined up for top jobs under Geithner have withdrawn, leaving one British official to complain that there is nobody to talk to at the Treasury Department. Perhaps it was a bid to combat the Geithner blues that led Larry Summers, Obama's top economic adviser, to make an unusual appearance Friday in which he defended the spending plans everyone is so worried about.

Yet the doubts aren't all about Geithner, and they were reinforced by the bizarre nomination and withdrawal of Chas Freeman as a top intelligence official. It's hard to know which explanation is worse: that the White House didn't know of Freeman's intemperate criticism of Israel and his praise of China's massacre at Tiananmen Square, or that it didn't care. Good riddance to him. But what of those who picked him?

Which brings us to the heart of the matter: the doubts about Obama himself. His famous eloquence is wearing thin through daily exposure and because his actions are often disconnected from his words. His lack of administrative experience is showing.

His promises and policies contradict each other often enough that evidence of hypocrisy is ceasing to be news. Remember the pledges about bipartisanship and high ethics? They're so last year.

The beat goes on. Last week, Obama brazenly gave a speech about earmark reform just after he quietly signed a $410 billion spending bill that had about 9,000 earmarks in it. He denounced Bush's habit of disregarding pieces of laws he didn't like, so-called signing statements, then issued one himself.

And in an absolute jaw-dropper, he told business leaders, "I don't like the idea of spending more government money, nor am I interested in expanding government's role."

No wonder Americans are confused. Our President is, too.

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Saturday, March 14, 2009

About Those Unemployment Numbers .....

Here's an interesting fact you won't see reported in the Lamestream media and I wonder why that is.

Since the economic downturn began in December of 2007, there have been 4.4 million jobs lost in this country.

Of those 4.4 million jobs, 2.6 million have been lost since the election of Barack Hussein Obama in November, 2008.

Don't believe me? The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the source. In fact, the number of jobs lost on a monthly basis has accellerated since Obama's election. No doubt Corporate America doesn't like Obummer's plan for socialism and increased taxes.

For the data behind the report, visit the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Bailout Cartoons

Time for a little humor break.

The following cartoons were sent to us from readers across the country from various newspapers.  Are these humorous, or simply reflective of the truth that we all know?

Laugh, Cry, whatever.  Here the are:





This next one rings soooooooooooo true!!!




Your comments are welcome.

Obama's Poll Numbers Falling to Earth

Bush was more popular than Obama at same point in Presidency


It is simply wrong for commentators to continue to focus on President Barack Obama's high levels of popularity, and to conclude that these are indicative of high levels of public confidence in the work of his administration. Indeed, a detailed look at recent survey data shows that the opposite is most likely true. The American people are coming to express increasingly significant doubts about his initiatives, and most likely support a different agenda and different policies from those that the Obama administration has advanced.

Polling data show that Mr. Obama's approval rating is dropping and is below where George W. Bush was in an analogous period in 2001. Rasmussen Reports data shows that Mr. Obama's net presidential approval rating -- which is calculated by subtracting the number who strongly disapprove from the number who strongly approve -- is just six, his lowest rating to date.

[Obama's Poll Numbers Are Falling to Earth]

M.E. Cohen

Overall, Rasmussen Reports shows a 56%-43% approval, with a third strongly disapproving of the president's performance. This is a substantial degree of polarization so early in the administration. Mr. Obama has lost virtually all of his Republican support and a good part of his Independent support, and the trend is decidedly negative.

A detailed examination of presidential popularity after 50 days on the job similarly demonstrates a substantial drop in presidential approval relative to other elected presidents in the 20th and 21st centuries. The reason for this decline most likely has to do with doubts about the administration's policies and their impact on peoples' lives.

There is also a clear sense in the polling that taxes will increase for all Americans because of the stimulus, notwithstanding what the president has said about taxes going down for 95% of Americans. Close to three-quarters expect that government spending will grow under this administration.

Recent Gallup data echo these concerns. That polling shows that there are deep-seeded, underlying economic concerns. Eighty-three percent say they are worried that the steps Mr. Obama is taking to fix the economy may not work and the economy will get worse. Eighty-two percent say they are worried about the amount of money being added to the deficit. Seventy-eight percent are worried about inflation growing, and 69% say they are worried about the increasing role of the government in the U.S. economy.

When Gallup asked whether we should be spending more or less in the economic stimulus, by close to 3-to-1 margin voters said it is better to have spent less than to have spent more. When asked whether we are adding too much to the deficit or spending too little to improve the economy, by close to a 3-to-2 margin voters said that we are adding too much to the deficit.

Support for the stimulus package is dropping from narrow majority support to below that. There is no sense that the stimulus package itself will work quickly, and according to a recent Wall Street Journal/NBC poll, close to 60% said it would make only a marginal difference in the next two to four years. Rasmussen data shows that people now actually oppose Mr. Obama's budget, 46% to 41%. Three-quarters take this position because it will lead to too much spending. And by 2-to-1, voters reject House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's call for a second stimulus package.

While over two-thirds support the plan to help homeowners refinance their mortgage, a 48%-36% plurality said that it will unfairly benefit those who have been irresponsible, echoing Rick Santelli's call to arms on CNBC.

And although a narrow majority remains confident in Mr. Obama's goals and overall direction, 45% say they do not have confidence, a number that has been growing since the inauguration less than two months ago. With three-quarters saying that they expect the economy to get worse, it is hard to see these numbers improving substantially.

There is no real appetite for increasing taxes to pay for an expanded health-insurance program. Less than half would support such an idea, which is 17% less than the percentage that supported government health insurance when Bill Clinton first considered it in March of 1993.

While voters blame Republicans for the lack of bipartisanship in Washington, the fact is that they do not believe Mr. Obama has made any progress in improving the impulse towards cooperation between the two parties. Further, nearly half of voters say that politics in Washington will be more partisan over the next year.

Fifty-six percent of Americans oppose giving bankers any additional government money or any guarantees backed by the government. Two-thirds say Wall Street will benefit more than the average taxpayer from the new bank bailout plan. This represents a jump in opposition to the first plan passed last October. At that time, 45% opposed the bailout and 30% supported it. Now a solid majority opposes the bank bailout, and 20% think it was a good idea. A majority believes that Mr. Obama will not be able to cut the deficit in half by the end of his term.

Only less than a quarter of Americans believe that the federal government truly reflects the will of the people. Almost half disagree with the idea that no one can earn a living or live "an American life" without protection and empowerment by the government, while only one-third agree.

Despite the economic stimulus that Congress just passed and the budget and financial and mortgage bailouts that Congress is now debating, just 19% of voters believe that Congress has passed any significant legislation to improve their lives. While Congress's approval has increased, it still stands at only 18%. Over two-thirds of voters believe members of Congress are more interested in helping their own careers than in helping the American people. When it comes to the nation's economic issues, two-thirds of voters have more confidence in their own judgment than they do in the average member of Congress.

Finally, what probably accounts for a good measure of the confidence and support the Obama administration has enjoyed is the fact that they are not Republicans. Virtually all Americans, more than eight in 10, blame Republicans for the current economic woes, and the only two leaders with lower approval ratings than Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and John Boehner.

All of this is not just a subject for pollsters and analysts to debate. It shows fundamentally that public confidence in government remains low and is slipping. We face the possibility of substantial gridlock along with an absolute absence of public confidence that could come to mirror the lack of confidence in the American economy that the Dow and the S&P are currently showing.

Mr. Schoen, formerly a pollster for President Bill Clinton, is the author of "Declaring Independence: The Beginning of the End of the Two Party System" (Random House, 2008). Mr. Rasmussen is president of Rasmussen Reports, an independent national polling company.


Rep. Don Manzullo Questioning Bailout Czar Neel Kashkari

Now this is a real butt-chewing out.  As a resident of the People's Socialist RepubliK of Illannoyed I'm glad to finally see a non-crooked politician from our state.  Lord knows from Obummer to Blagojevich, we've had enough ridicule.

The whole bailout issue whether it's banking, the auto industry, AIG, the rest of the Insurance Industry or whatever industry is going to come crawling to the Government for US Taxpayer dollars isn't a Republican or Democrat issue.  It's not about Obama, nor is it about Bush.  Both parties and both Presidents are the same side of the same coin on this issue. 

This issue is about the Elite Political Ruling Class and their willing cohorts in the left-wing media, Wall Street, US Automakers and the UAW and the fat, lazy gubbermint chese eating welfare sloths and those who live irresponsibly vs. You and I the American People.

Once you our reader understand that simple point, then perhaps those of us who pay the bills in this country can begin taking back the power that Washington DC has seized over decades of American Voter apathy.

This country is rapidly running out of time.  With the exception of perhaps Rep. Don Manzullo (R. Rockford, IL) the dirty rotten filthy bastards currently infesting Washington DC are doing their level best to bankrupt this country and seize whatever remaining power is left once we are all on our knees, economically speaking.

I think Rep. Donald Manzullo gets it.  What about you?