Smug liberal moron blogger Ezra Klein thinks that the US Constitution is “too confusing” because it was written more than 100 years ago. He also said that the text is confusing, even though the text is actually written very clearly. (Meanwhile, these are the folks who pass 2,000+ page unreadable bills in the middle of the night!) Liberals hate the US Constitution because of what it seeks to clarify: that the government is limited to protecting individual rights, and nothing further.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Monday, December 27, 2010
Thursday, December 23, 2010
That's right, it doesn't! Democrats do not care about our economy. They love the misery that they are creating because they believe that destitute individuals are more likely to vote Democrat because they will need government assistance in order to survive. That shows that Democrats really have contempt for Americans and our way of life. They are willing to destroy our economy just to get more votes!
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Congress does not have enough time to consider the full ramifications of the START treaty, especially with regard to how it weakens our national defense. Democrats don't care. They want to pass it anyway. In fact, they are happy about the fact that it harms our national defense. The answer is simple: They want to harm our national defense and they are not interested in doing anything to improve upon it. This reflects their well-established ideology, and it is a permanent part of who they are.
Same for "don't ask, don't tell." There isn't enough time to consider the harm this will do to American society. Touch luck. Democrats don't give a damn. They like the fact that it will harm American society, and they are more than happy to pass it do exactly that. Shame on this party. Let's hope that they will never get a majority of the vote again.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Republicans should say no to Obama’s tax “compromise.” Republicans have the stronger hand. We won a decisive victory this November, and we will have a large conservative majority in the House of Representatives.
The Democrats have asked for unreasonable compromises in the lame duck session, including extending unemployment benefits for an unprecedented 13 additional months (after extending them for a record 99 weeks!) Enough is enough. We do not want more spending. Republicans did not win their election by promising to increase spending even further. They won by promising to cut spending. Don’t take the deal. Walk away. We are going to have a large majority this January 3rd. Wait until then. Then we’ll talk to Obama.
Thursday, December 02, 2010
Representative Diane Watson, a hard-left socialist from Los Angeles, voted against censuring Democrat Representative Charles Rangel. The resolution, as written, follows:
In the matter of Representative Charles B. Rangel of New York.
- Resolved, That (1) Representative Charles B. Rangel of New York be censured; (2) Representative Charles B. Rangel forthwith present himself in the well of the House for the pronouncement of censure; (3) Representative Charles B. Rangel be censured with the public reading of this resolution by the Speaker; and (4) Representative Rangel pay restitution to the appropriate taxing authorities or the U.S. Treasury for any unpaid estimated taxes outlined in Exhibit 066 on income received from his property in the Dominican Republic and provide proof of payment to the Committee.
- 77 other corrupt Democrats also voted “no” on censoring Charles Rangel. You can find out who voted no here.
In "Rules for Radical Conservatives," David Kahane takes off the mask that the American left has shown the public for decades. Instead of assuming that liberals are just another legitimate political philosophy, Mr. Kahane shows that it is a philosophy that is aimed at turning America from a constitutional republic to a tyrannical regime that would never reverse back. Instead of accepting the premises of the left, we must reject their premises. Accepting the liberal premises of the left results in adopting all of their policies as well. Rather than debating policies on the liberals' turf, it is better to articulate our (superior) philosophy, which will result in the policies following the philosophy.
The left did not get to where they are today through convincing people that their side is right. Rather, they have done so through intimidation, coercion, emotional arguments, and through steadily gaining ground in the universities, media, schools, and our bureaucracies. Even today, the liberals are a distinct and insular minority, representing about 20% of the country, but their dominance in the blue-states and cities--mostly on the coasts--have still allowed them to have far more influence than their numbers would imply. My view is that they have gained power mostly because Republicans have not acted principally to reject the FDR philosophy and instead advance the Founders/Ronald Reagan/Ayn Rand philosophy into law. Democrats also have campaigned as Republicans. Even the hard-left radical Obama campaigned on Republican themes of lower federal spending and tax cuts.