Pelosi Says Government Should Shut Down Boeing Plant Where Workers Refuse to Unionize
This is not how we are supposed to operate in this country.
The sole goal in a case such as this is to separate a worker from a percentage of their earnings to feed an organization that only supports one specific political party.
Sounds like theft, socialism, Marxism, to me. What say you?
Posted in Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Evil, Politics, Rights, Theft
Tagged anti-business, Control, Economy, Ethics, Fraud, Freedom, Intolerance, Jobs, Marxism, Politics, Spending, Unconstitutional
According to the Mayor of New York City, one-percenter Bloomberg – if there is anyone to blame for the mortgage crisis that led the collapse of the financial industry, it’s not the “big banks,” but Congress.
I’d go along with that but for one thing – it takes two to tango.
Congress (aka, Barney Frank) may have tilted the field by pushing and allowing Fannie & Freddie to ‘relax’ loan policies, but this has to spread to the banks in order to complete the process. And don’t forget, President Bush sounded warnings about this and tried to get Fannie & Freddie investigated – but Congress, aka, Barney Frank and others, prevented that.
You’re pandering again, Mayor, you reeally need to clean up the place. Starting with the park.
Posted in Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Politics, Rule of Law, Taxes
Tagged Barney Frank, controversy, Economy, Ethics, Fannie May, foreclosures, Fraud, Freddy Mac, housing, Incompetence, Jobs, Spending, Unemployment
Support for President Obama’s health care reform law has reached an all time low, in part because of Democrats’ diminished faith that the law will improve their lives, a new poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds.
Only 34 percent of Americans now support Obamacare, a 16-point drop from an all-time high of 50 percent in July 2010. A small majority of Americans, 51 percent, now say they oppose the law.
Posted in Abortion, Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Rights, Taxes
Tagged Control, Economy, Ethics, Fraud, Healthcare, Incompetence, Marxism, Plan, Spending, Unconstitutional
New Streetlights to Have Homeland Security Applications
And if you didn’t get the meaning of this post title, might I suggest you either rent, or look up on IMDB.com, a British television series called “The Prisoner.”
Because this is what may happen here if no one does anything to stop it.
Posted in Abuse of Police Powers, Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Rights, Rule of Law
Tagged Control, Ethics, Freedom, Intolerance, Marxism, Spending, Transparency, Unconstitutional
POWERLINE has an excellent video on Carter, Obama. Whoever.
Posted in Deficit, Economy, History, Humor, Politics
Tagged controversy, Economy, Ethics, Incompetence, Intolerance, Marxism, Politics, Spending, Unemployment
While Americans ar losing their homes, for a variety of economic reasons, we have U.S. Senators willing to provide foreigners the documentation necessary to purchase expensive homes here in the U.S.
Is your U.S. Senator helping you, or not? Honestly, why are our U.S. Senators pandering to non-Americans to buy our own homes that our own people are losing? Think about this retiring Democrat Representative from California and what he said about the Administration concerning the housing crisis. And ask again, are your federal reps helping? Or hurting?
And here’s another goodie, apparently an electric car company can’t find anyplace here in the U.S. to build their car(s) – even after receiving a guaranteed goverrnment loan:
With the approval of the Obama administration, an electric car company that received a $529 million federal government loan guarantee is assembling its first line of cars in Finland, saying it could not find a facility in the United States capable of doing the work.
Yet another instance of “stimulus money” (aka, our tax money) going OVERSEAS. And quite likely, right back into our politicians pockets (read the article).
Posted in Constitution, Corruption, Deficit, Economy, Ethics, Politics, Taxes, Theft
Tagged controversy, Ethics, Fraud, Marxism, Politics, Spending, U.S. Senate, Unemployment
By asking a pertinent question, from Chris Wallace to Diane Feinstein.
Heh, watch her squirm.
Posted in Constitution, Corruption, Ethics, National Security, Politics, Sovereignty
Tagged Control, Ethics, Fraud, Incompetence, Intolerance, Spending, Syria, Truth, U.S. Senate, Uganda, Unconstitutional