Well, it’s official. Obama hates Israel. Well, anyone observing his public statements would have already arrived at this conclusion. Obama is not a moderate. He follows his leftist principles to their logical conclusion. He does not like freedom, free people, republics, or Western civilization. It stands to reason, then, that this is why he opposes America, yes, his own country, as well as Israel. Perhaps this is lost on many people who were led to believe that Obama was some post-ideological hero who would end all divisions. Not so. He will only create more divisions because that is all he knows. This is a man who has never had a job in his life until he became president. And the American people thought it fit to make him president.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Monday, May 16, 2011
Michelle Malkin: Why do we still run the Diversity Visa Lottery, anyway?! Good point.
"Let me just first of all say that workers ... for the federal, state and local governments are so important for our vital services, and it frustrates me sometimes when people talk about 'government jobs' as if somehow those are worth less than private sector jobs. I think there is nothing more important than working on behalf of the American people." --Barack Obama, who has never had a real job in his life
Has Obama ever said anything remotely like this about private sector jobs? He has referred to bankers as “fat cats,” told Americans not to go to Vegas, and said that Republicans should not listen to Rush Limbaugh, a private citizen. Seems like the only people Obama would like to see working are government workers!
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Thursday, May 05, 2011
The government controls in Detroit have failed, resulting in a mass exodus of the population. But economic statists like Michael Bloomberg do not suggest removing the government economic controls, but rather placing more new restrictions on immigrants--namely, that on condition of living in a free country, they must live in the least free part of the country, Detroit. Does that make any sense!?
Monday, May 02, 2011
Sunday, May 01, 2011
Killing Bin Ladin is a victorious battle in a larger, ideological war against Islamofascism. I wish I could say that the war is over. It is not. Islamofascism is a movement far larger than one person. To defeat it, it will require military resources to remove Islamofascist regimes (Iran, for instance) and a committed, ideological war of ideas to undermine Islamofascism and show the superiority of capitalist, representative republics. The first step, which our leaders have never ackowledged, is that it is an ideological war. We're at war with Islamofascism. Evading this fact does not help the cause.