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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

While They Fight Over a Microscopic Payroll Tax Cut ...

... America heads toward financial collapse:

A Country in Denial About Its Fiscal Future

At this point in our history, with Obama and his ilk in charge, and with a Republican opposition that concerns itself more with not offending "moderates" (whoever they are) than with doing what's necessary to stave off disaster, no matter how painful the cure might be, I don't see any solution to our worsening fiscal problems ever being proposed.

Until it's too late.

Then there'll be lots of solutions offered up, as what-we-shoulda-dones-had-it-not-been-for-the-bums-on-the-other-side.

Doom?

Washington offers no alternative.

By the way, how's Obama's extended four million dollar vacation coming?

'Victory Or Death'

(A cautionary note: Don't get too wrapped up in Newt's videos and fall into the trap that Obama supporters succumbed to in 2008.  You remember, that hopey/changey blarney?  Judge Newt by his actions, not by his well-produced YouTube presentations.  Still ...)

Newt Gingrich on who we are, who we descend from, and what each of us can do to fix this country of ours:



Perhaps we can unfurl the flag - proudly - soon.

When The Gov't Owns The Printing Presses ...

... it can print, and spend, all the money the presses can spit out.

Question: What do homosexuals and Navy F/A-18 fighter jets have in common?

Answer: It ain't your daddy's military any more.  It's all about politics now.
Navy Biofuel Deal is 'Cost Prohibitive,' 'Another Solyndra,’ Critics Say
By Fred Lucas, CNS News

The Obama administration’s deal to buy 450,000 gallons of biofuel for Navy jets comes at a cost of up to nine times higher than regular fuel, a spokesman for Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) said, coming at a time when the U.S. military is already facing deep budget cuts.

Inhofe, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and former chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, has supported biofuel projects in the past, but has problems with a program the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Department of the Navy announced earlier this month – one that would pay $26 per gallon for a special biofuel for Navy jets; $16 per gallon when mixed with regular jet fuel. [link]
Gays in the military.  "Green" fuel for our front-line fighter jets.

Where once it was important that the American people be protected from harm, now it's a matter of stroking the right ... er, left political advocacy groups.

One thing is for certain: We're on our own, folks.