This post was resurrected from April 2011. The assessment of the economy then is similar to today. The underlying problems still remain and the country is facing another debt limit crisis. The political class thought they had kicked this next debt crisis beyond the election, but they have spent more than they thought possible. Hence, [...]
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This post is from two years ago (September 29, 2010). It represents my view of Obama then and what would happen in the mid-term elections (then about 5 weeks away). In the last two years Obama’s record has only become more dismal and his character flaws and ethics have been revealed. Virtually everything he has [...]
For the last thirty or so years, every election has been termed “the most important election in history” or described in similar hyperbole. Outcomes of elections are important, but few are “game-changers” as pundits regularly claim. For the first time in my life, we face an election that truly fits all of the exaggerated billings [...]
Humor can be an effective form of truth. The following cartoon captures my (and many others’) view of Barack Obama. The magic is gone for any normal-thinking human being. H/T to American Thinker and kudos to Erin Bonsteel.
Doug Ross expands on my recent piece regarding the bankruptcy of government and how that will destroy the country. I particularly enjoyed the image below. Kryptonite to Democrats You and I know it as math. Monty Pelerin, writing at American Thinker, offers some sobering factoids that highlight how desperate a fiscal situation the United States is in. • [...]