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Sunday, August 19, 2012

A Message For Obama:

We did build it!

"This New Hampshire businessman set up signage outside his business to let Mr. Obama know that in America, the free market still works and small businessmen aren't obligated to grovel on bended knee to thank the federal government for allowing them to exist. "

Obama will rue the day when he attacked America's producer class.

Joe Biden Explained

"He plays to a movie only he can see."

You Want Four More Years Of This?

"Unemployment has never been this high for this long after a recession. Even those who have jobs are seeing their paychecks shrink. Rising prices on everyday things from gas to groceries certainly doesn’t help matters."

Or this?

New Gallup unemployment data suggest an increase in the government's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for August when it is reported on Friday, Sept. 7.

It hasn't improved in four years.  It's getting worse.

Four more years of Obama?  Does this country have four more years?

Wealthy Musician Despises The Wealthy ...

... and Paul Ryan. 

This guy needs to wake up and smell the coffee:

"Seemingly everyone has an unfavorable opinion that they're anxious to share, including musicians like 'Rage Against the Machine' lead guitarist Tom Morello. In one of his many op-eds for Rolling Stone, the Nightwatchman called [Paul] Ryan 'the embodiment of the machine our music has been raging against for two decades.'

"Despite the dire state of affairs that have persisted in this country for several years now, Morello clearly thinks a change in leadership would make things a lot worse than they already are. Reiterating Obama's re-election campaign rhetoric, he warned women, immigrants, workers, gays and the poor of impending doom if they don't vote for the incumbent. The environment would deteriorate faster too apparently.

"While Morello has clearly had plenty of his own financial success, he still passed judgment on the 'privileged elite' for allowing 'millions of children in the U.S. to go to bed hungry every night.' He likes to think he and his anarchist band mates have done a lot of good in the world by changing the hearts and minds of the people who actually listen to their songs."

W hatever.  Maybe this moron should stick to strumming his "machine" and leave the thinking to those less