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I almost didn't make it to the part about David Koch. By 8:05 I was ready to throw up from the syrupy, sappy, only-feelings-matter, I-had-a-near-death-experience-that-wasn't-really-near-death load he had already discharged.
I don't think Bernanke just had an epiphany about economic policy. The Fed's actions are politically driven. This is just a sign that Oblahma is finally falling out of favor with the leftists.
JB, take it easy on the victims in the NorthEast. It wasn't them checking for Union cards, it was the Union mob bosses and the bureaucrats. My 82 year old mother in law spent 12 days without power, half of it with a foot of snow on the ground and sub-freezing temperatures. Fortunately, she had the nerve to flag down a repair crew like she was hailing a cab, and the fine crew from Colorado had her electricity back on day 13.
Trying to teach good vs. bad, right vs. wrong to morally bankrupt liberals is a waste of time.
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Government Lite or Government Big Gulp

BP in FL Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 12:21 PM
One more time I heeded the warning that 'splitting' the Republican vote would guarantee a win for the Democrats. No more. Never again. I will not be a rube for a party that has shown over and over they have no intention of putting our nation ahead of their own interests. The Party has split their own vote by continuing to be Dem-Lite. Maybe they're content to be the party out-of-power as long as they're still part of the ruling class. Or maybe they actually believe the lie that they have to attract the middle in order to win, and to heck with the Conservative base. Either way, they don't represent me, so I'm done. I agree with Herman Cain. It's time for Conservatives / the Tea Party to find serious representation.
binc, until Tuesday of this week I agreed with you. I heeded the warning that 'splitting' the Republican vote would guarantee a win for Obama. Well as we've seen the Republican party isn't capable of winning anyway. The Party has split their own vote. The GOP has believed the lie that they have to attract the middle in order to win and in the process they've alienated their base. Conservatives are staying home rather than voting for the lesser of two evils. The Republican Party is dead and they did it to themselves. I agree with Herman Cain. It's time for Conservatives / the Tea Party to find serious representation.
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Obama Faces No Easy Debate

BP in FL Wrote: Oct 22, 2012 10:45 AM
It's also time we stop trying to buy friendship with regimes who gladly accept our treasure with one hand and use it to finance the destruction of our nation and our allies' with the other. Aid should only be sent out of country to defend our interests and to help our friends in time of tragedy, and only to those who have demonstrated their allegiance. Intelligence can be purchased, but allegiance from your sworn enemies cannot.
Thank you Mr. Ransom. I enjoy your editorials. My only disagreement is with your assertion that Occupy Wall Street is a grassroots movement. I think there's plenty of evidence to show that it was a politically funded and organized effort by Far Left operatives to try to counteract the Tea Party movement. The core of the OWS participants were paid political stooges and the rest were useful idiots who came out for free food and chance to be seen on tv.
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Geithner Goes Over the Edge

BP in FL Wrote: Apr 28, 2012 9:00 PM
Agree with Marin145. Calling Geitner your friend seriously damages your credibility, Mr. Kudlow. Obama and every single member of his administration -- to a person -- are not interested in 'bipartisan' anything. They've proven it time and time again. It's their way, or not at all. Democrats stopped 'reaching across the aisle' many years ago. 'Bipartisan cooperation' means that Republicans compromise. And when Republicans don 't compromise, they're on the receiving end of the Democrat politics of personal destruction. There's no honor, character, or integrity among the Dems anymore. Not sure why you'd count someone like that as your friend.
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