Archive for the ‘We Are Getting What We Voted For’ Category

Another Health Care Delay

“The administration has quietly announced that it was delaying through October 2016 the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate for millions of Americans who have lost their healthcare coverage… Political consultant Dick Morris says the effect of this announcement with all the other Obamacare delays means that the act has now effectively been repealed.” – Newsmax 3-13-2014

Americans Have Been Hurt

Many Americans have lost the good insurance policies they had and are having trouble getting coverage that is even remotely comparable.

“State insurance commissioners and insurance companies must decide whether to offer plans that have already been canceled — and many have objected to the latest extension.

Also, many Americans have since been forced to find new policies, often facing higher premiums and deductibles or reduced coverage.” – Newsmax 3-13-14

Obamacare has cost America a lot. The incompetence of this president and this administration is “coming home to roost.” We are getting what we voted for. Our hope for the future is that the voters will learn their lesson. They better research their presidential candidates better the next time they vote.

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The President has started his “Economic Tour” in July of 2013. He’s only about five years late. It’s a shame he can’t be three years later. With no concept of how economics work, with no experience in the working economy, and with his history as president, those with an understanding of the working economy know that the only thing Obama can do is make things worse. And that’s hard to imagine.

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You didn’t build that!

Barack Obama, in his July 13th, 2012 speech, told business owners that they are not the people responsible for building their businesses. Eight out of ten businesses in the United States are small businesses. And they have succeeded in spite of government, NOT as a result of government.

Our under educated president needs to understand a very important point. Government is here as a result of the people. Government is here as a result of businesses. Neither are here as a result of government.

Barack Obama has never built anything. He is a destroyer of hopes and dreams.

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This from the April 5th Wall Street Journal:

“The U.S. is still unable to sustain what used to be just average rates of growth,” said Paul Ashworth, chief U.S. economist at Capital Economics.

The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since December 2008, but mainly because about 496,000 people dropped out of the work force. Some 11.7 million workers who wanted a job couldn’t find one last month.

Fewer and fewer people are working. Fewer goods are being produced. This will result in very high inflation due to short supplies and an inadequate workforce in a few years.

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State of the Union 2012

Obama’s Leadership

Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Barack Obama is not capable of leading a small business or a small organization. If you have doubts about that then simply look at Obama’s resume. This man has no experience leading people. That’s not exaggerated. It’s a simple fact.

He purchased his presidency by making promises to the poor he hasn’t kept. Now they have been devastated. He has purchased votes for the coming election by buying the auto manufacturers in Detroit and gaining full backing of the labor unions. How many times can the American public fall for this man’s lies?

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“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!”

The American public has started shouting from their windows, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!” (The movie “Nework” – 1976). And the loudest call yet has come from Wisconsin. In that state Scott Walker became the first to governor in US history to survive a recall election. The conservative won by a greater margin then he enjoyed in the initial election in 2010. By then, Americans were aware that they had made a big mistake by embracing “hope and change” policies. With support of the press and weeks of massive protests at the Statehouse, the liberals still suffered an historic defeat.

Mitt Romney was quoted as saying “Governor Walker has demonstrated over the past year what sound fiscal policies can do to turn an economy around, and I believe that in November voters across the country will demonstrate that they want the same in Washington”. The key question here is: Will Romney remember this after he is elected?

The conservatives have spoken and shown their strength in Wisconsin. They have spoken out against unions. They have spoken out against excess government spending. They have spoken out for conservative fiscal policies. They have spoken out for America!

Next stop…. Obama!

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The American public has started the shouting from their windows, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it any more!” (The movie “Nework” – 1976). And the loudest call yet has come from Wisconsin. In that state Scott Walker became the first to governor in US history to survive a recall election. The conservative won by a greater margin then he enjoyed in the initial election in 2010. By then, Americans were aware that they had made a big mistake by embracing “hope and change” policies. With support of the press and weeks of massive protests at the Statehouse, the liberals still suffered an historic defeat.

Mitt Romney was quoted as saying “Governor Walker has demonstrated over the past year what sound fiscal policies can do to turn an economy around, and I believe that in November voters across the country will demonstrate that they want the same in Washington”. The key question here is: Will Romney remember this after he is elected?

The conservatives have spoken and shown their strength in Wisconsin. They have spoken out against unions. They have spoken out against excess government spending. They have spoken out for conservative fiscal policies. They have spoken out for America!

Next stop…. Obama!

Popularity: 4% [?]

Obama’s lack of understanding is beginning to stand out on the world stage. And Timonthy Geithner, the US Secretary of Treasury, is showing his lack of understanding and his lack of independence from the Oval Office.

In a recent decision, the federal reserve has decided to buy $75 billion worth of bonds through mid-2011.

No Understanding of World Economics

Obama’s lack of understanding world economics has made itself obvious in a statement made in Seoul, Korea at the G-20 meeting.

From everything I can see, this decision was not one designed to have an impact on the currency, on the dollar…It was designed to grow the economy.

A basic economics course in international economics at nearly any college or university in the US will teach you that a decision, such as the one to increase the money supply by $75 billion, will make a major impact across the world economy.

Click here to read the Wall Street Journal Article.

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Hope and Change

Obama the SaintMaybe He’ll Stay Until January 20, 2013

The Obamas are heading for a vacation, again. On Thursday they start a ten-day vacation at Martha’s Vineyard after making a quickweekend trip to Florida.

On Memorial Day he elected to skip services at Arlington National Cemetery to take his family for rest and relaxation in Chicago. But, of course, he would stick out like a sore thumb in that place of honor.

If we could just keep him on vacation what kind of damage could he do there?

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James Carville is getting what he voted for.

James Carville

James Carville

James Carville is an “ally of President Obama,” but he is learning the hard way who this man is that he helped into the White House.

Carville is an expert on politics. When talking about the BP desaster, he says the “political stupidity of this is unbelievable.” And he goes on to say the Obama needed to send somebody down to New Orleans and take control of the situation. But, so far President Obama has failed to do so.

Could Obama’s lack of response have anything to do with the campaign contributions he received from BP (click here)? Or was he worried about missing a tee time?

Well, here’s more change, where’s the hope? Please reply to our blog and show us some signs of hope.

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James Carville is getting what he voted for…

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