New Jersey Governor Chris Christie supposedly leads the Republican field for 2016, but the media always claim a “moderate” is running ahead of the pack. Remember when Juan McPain was ahead of George W. Bush for the Republican nomination in 2000? McPain was the guy who could win in November, the liberal incrowd constantly said, and also falsely claimed in 2008, that Rudy Giuliani was the “can’t miss” Republican. Rudy G. spent around $50 million and got exactly one delegate vote (in the Nevada primary) with 1,191 votes needed to take the Republican nomination. Rudy quit the race in late January 2008, some seven months before the convention.
TrainWreckPolitics.com figured at that rate a candidate would have to spend $60,000,000,000 ($60 billion) to win the nomination. Some call Rudy Mr. 9/11, recalling the days he wanted to get an automatic extension as mayor following the terrorist attacks. Rudy seemed to always be craving microphones and cameras (particularly the latter) at the time. Think back to the mid-nineties and Powellmania, when big media appeared to want to swear ultraliberal “Republican” Gen. Colin Powell in as president without those annoying primaries. Check the media candidates and run the other direction,
When the income tax began in 1913 the top rate was 7 percent and only hit 7 percent when annual earnings hit almost $7.5 million. By 1944, just thirty years later F.D. Roosevelt had the top rate up to 94 percent.
One high profile illegal immigrant has been permitted to remain in the United States. He’s well-connected Onyango “Omar” Obama, who has been living illegally in Massachusetts for around fifty years. He is 69 and the president’s uncle. Uncle Omar had been convicted of drunk driving in Massachusetts and was ordered deported before
friends intervened. It helps to know the right people.
“Why does corruption in government always surprise us? Why do we expect anything else from it? Government is organized force. It takes our wealth and makes war. And we think honest men would do that work?”
Joseph Sobran 10-4-06 Sobran.com
“Good news for Obama! His approval rating will never fall below 12.8 %.”
No problem with Obamacare: Obama assured us in 2009 that our cellphone bill would be cheaper than our insurance.
Sarah Palin was right - death panels do exist and your very life could be decided by seven bureaucrats who decide who lives and who dies.
Bumper sticker of the day: Obamacare Doesn’t Care.
The top ten U.S. states with the best weather all year round according to CurrentResults.com: 1 California 2 Hawaii 3 Texas 4 Arizona 5 Florida 6 Georgia 7 South Carolina 8 Delaware 9 North Carolina 10 Louisiana.
“It didn’t take ESPN.com long to attack Tim Tebow in its piece about him being traded to the New York Jets. In the very first sentence, the football star was referred to as a “polarizing quarterback.”
Noel Sheppard on Newsbusters.org
ESPN: Egotistical Sociologists Pontificating Nonstop. If they don’t like you, you’re a “polarizing” figure. They used to call you “controversial.”
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Never forget - America’s richest counties voted for Obama’s reelection.
Crummy government mandated health insurance is just for the little folks. WeaselZippers.us points out that Obama still hasn’t signed up for Obamacare.