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Although Secretary Vilsack pretends to be speaking to “what Americans want”, he is really just delivering a sales pitch on behalf of an immigration policy that continues to be overwhelmingly rejected by Americans.
If he were truly interested in discussing “what Americans want”, Secretary Vilsack would begin by discussing the need to increase border security, the need to fund the completion of a border fence, and the need to increase enforcement of the immigration laws that are already on the books.
The fact that he prefers to spin yarns about the price of produce tells you everything you need to know about what the Obama administration’s priorities truly are. Americans should insist that the USDA get out of the business of amnesty and return to the business of agriculture.
The President’s new spending plan should be seen as an effort to shore up support within a key constituency: organized labor.
First revealed at a Wisconsin labor union picnic on Labor Day, the $50 billion in infrastructure spending represents tens of billions of dollars in high, federally mandated, Davis-Bacon wages for unionized construction workers.
More government spending to placate Big Labor is not the solution to America’s economic woes, but something else can be done.
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 23% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-seven percent (47%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -24.
Today’s Approval Index rating is the lowest yet recorded for this president.
Overall Job Approval matches the lowest recorded number, and the number who Strongly Disapprove matches the highest yet recorded.
Editor’s Note – Desperation is setting in!
With less than 60 days to go and behind in most polls, the Democrat Party is trying one more time to turn the momentum created by the tea party movement into their favor.
Anyone surprised that the far left would find ‘fiscal responsibility’ as such an extremist view? As for a ‘Tea Party Congress’, we should be so lucky. The Progressive Socialist Party, formerly known as the Democrat Party, should fear the tea party, because, ready or not, November is coming!
Editor’s Note – Taking a trip down memory lane, do you recall back in 2008 how it seemed that the youth of America had all gone over to the dark side?
With the Left Coast entertainment industry leading the way, supporting Barack Obama and his Progressive agenda was the hip thing to do. Wanna be cool? Get on board!
Back to the present, it seems the Left Coast is beginning to bail on Obama and we now see young men and women getting involved, educating themselves on the issues and discerning for themselves what is best for the future of this great land. How refreshing!
Go U.C.F. College Republicans!!!
Editor’s Note – You remember Barabara Boxer, right? She dressed down a General, who was following military protocal, for calling her ‘ma’am’.
Apparently, she doesn’t exercise much better judgement when hiring staff as this is her second ‘senior aide’ to be arrested in the past two years. Incredible that these people have the nerve to lecture us on behavior!
And the stoner was a senior economic adviser who has also worked for the Joint Economic Committee. Any further questions on why our economy is in a stupor?
Late last night, Glenn Beck, on the heels of his ‘Restoring Honor’ rally, interupted his vacation to say this action is wrong;
“We must be the better person. We must be bigger than our problems. Bigger than the times in which we live. Burning the Koran is like burning the flag or the Bible. You can do it, but whose heart will you change by doing it? You will only harden the hearts of those who could be moved. None of those who are thinking about killing us will be affected, but our good Muslim friends and neighbors will be saddened. It makes the battle that they face inside their own communities even harder.”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 7, 2010 College Officials Shut Down Student Conservative Group After Seeing Anti-Obama Literature (Lake Worth, FL) On Tuesday September 7, 2010 […]
In addition to the relatively small 50 billion dollars spent on a ditch to keep America out of the ditch there are two other programs that are headed our way.
One, a 100 billion dollar tax credit for companies to write off research and development costs.
The other a 200 billion dollar corporate tax break that would allow corporations to write off 100% of capital expenditures for plants and equipment made before the end of 2011.
I wonder what President Obama thinks of Alex Sink’s New Commercial.
Yes, We Can…..try to distance ourselves from the job-killing, deficit-spending policies of Obama!
It took Bush 8 years to be such liability to his party. With Obama’s approval rating nose-diving, democrats do not want their campaigns associated with President Obama and his progressive agenda.
Even, Charlie Crist has put an end to the public man hugs with Obama! Charlie now has to schmooze secretly with Obama-like last week, he flew up for a private meeting while Obama was on vacation in Martha’s Vineyard.
Grayson seems to be ‘whistling past the graveyard’ as he attempts to create an image that he’s out in front of Dan Webster in the district.
Citing “internal polls”, of which he does not release the questions or the sampling of voters, Grayson claims he has a 13% lead. These poll results are immediately brought into question when it shows that ‘Others’ are garnering 23% of the vote.
Many local activists see this as part of an ongoing attempt by Alan Grayson to prop up a third party candidate as a legitimate contender in hopes of splitting the conservative vote.
Grayson goes on in the interview to indicate just how out of touch he is with the current sentiment in this country by voicing support for even more stimulus-type projects to create jobs, even though 55% of the country opposes more spending.