Posts Tagged ‘George W. Bush’

Top 10 Bad Signs for Obama

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Bad omens abound for President Obama in his quest to win reelection in 2012. The President will have an uphill battle in his bid for a second term when faced with these Top 10 Bad Signs.1. Jobless rate: The unemployment rate is stubbornly stuck at around 9%, with no sign of abating. Obama is reduced to running around the country touting his phony jobs bill and blaming others (President Bush, Japanese tsunami, Arab Spring, European debt, Tea Party) for the sad state of affairs.
Nine more at this link.
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The Soros Media Empire – on Government Steroids?

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George Orwell: "1984"

In Orwell’s 1984, “…The individual is always subordinated to the state, and it is in part this philosophy which allows the Party to manipulate and control humanity.”From Big Journalism by Liberty Chick.
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Until George W. Bush took office, the cries that our media system in America has fallen hostage to corporations had never been so fervent. Soros especially became vocal in this regard, spreading that same message around the country and internationally that democracy in America was in great peril due to a crisis in journalism:In the end, what the left wants is to take the profit incentive away from the business of media and get it out of the hands of the private sector. They cannot fathom the thought of corporations continuing to own the media outlets in America, because then they cannot control the content. Instead, the left would prefer to put their trust solely in the hands of the government and so-called philanthropists. To some, the phrase “new public media” might sound like Utopia. But look at where media is already heading today. When George Soros is building his own media empire to force his political ideology onto the American people, I simply don’t see how that plan protects democracy in our country.I may not like what I see and hear on every channel or at every web address these days. But I am afforded multiple points of view from a plethora of sources that are driven by the market demand. I am responsible enough to go to multiple sources, seek out the facts, and form my own opinions. I’d prefer for my government and George Soros not to form those for me. The Soros Media Empire – on Government Steroids?.
The 1st part of this series is here: Soros’ Media Empire: When Elections Fail, Turn to Public Propaganda Journalism
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The OLIGARCHICAL-PRESIDENT … he’s like a chapter ripped right out of Orwell’s 1984

Written by Editor on . Posted in Obama Nation

In Orwell's Oceanian province, the individual is always subordinated to the state, and it is in part this philosophy which allows the Party to manipulate and control humanity.

From The American Spectator by Andrew B. Wilson:
America’s gift to the world isn’t freedom or democracy. It isn’t the example of a free market that has created unparalleled prosperity for the nation over more than 200 years. It isn’t the generosity of the American people or their willingness to go to the defense of others threatened with tyranny. And it isn’t baseball, football or basketball… or any of the exports of Hollywood and American popular culture. No, it is none of those things.According to Barack Obama, America’s gift to the world is spending. More precisely, it is our willingness to spend beyond our means — in the happy thought that we (or if not we, they, the Obama administration) are spending someone else’s money.
Obama Redefines America’s Gift to the World.
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Bill Press Falsely Claims Obama Created More Jobs in 20 Months Than Bush Did in Eight Years

Written by Editor on . Posted in Liberalism

Here's the official payment for these dimwitted Liberals to be committed ... like they say, Liberalism really is a mental disease.

What do these guys smoke before going on air?
“As readers will see from the actual data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Press’s comments made on the “McLaughlin Group” were so false it’s laughable” This via Noel Sheppard at NewsBusters:According to the BLS’s Establishment Survey, there were 132.4 million nonfarm workers in America in January 2001. When Bush left office in January 2009, this number was 133.5 million – a 1.3 million increase.As just released last Friday, this number is now 130.5 million – a 3 million decrease since Obama was inaugurated.According to the BLS’s Household Survey, there were 137.8 million total workers in January 2001. This number was 142.2 million in January 2009, a 4.4 million increase.As just released last Friday, this number is now 139.1 million – a 3.1 million decrease since Obama was inaugurated.As such, depending on which survey you look at, Bush’s job creation in his eight years was either 1.3 million or 4.4 million. Both surveys show job losses under Obama at basically 3 million. Why do they lie like that?
There should be a law against that level of ignorance.
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MESSAGE TO DEMS: This is America, stupid! Don’t disrespect the wishes of the electorate, who pay for everything.

Written by Editor on . Posted in New Conservatism

More choice words from Kyle-Anne Shiver:
… Democrats have decided to transform America from the top-down position of tyrants, boldly challenging the people to resist. Our founders were brilliant men who put into our Constitution the legal means to transform this country by purely democratic means. But Barack Obama is not legally empowered to make America into what he thinks it ought to be.What we have in America today isn’t just a feckless bunch of big spenders running our economy off a cliff. We have a cadre of power-mad folks who have no respect for the rule of law or the Constitution they are sworn to protect.Respect for the will of the people is the very soul of democracy. Without it, liberty is nothing but a sham.
It comes down to one word: R-E-S-P-E-C-T. Dude!!
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What if George W. Bush had done these things? The Libs get very nervous when you turn the tables on them!

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What me worry? I've got Obama watchin out for me!

Eileen F. Toplansky begins with this question at American Thinker: “If George W. Bush had doubled the national debt in one year, would you have approved?”
[She continues] … If George W. Bush had then proposed to double the debt again within ten years, would you have concurred? If George W. Bush had criticized a state law that he admitted he never even read, would you think he was just an ignorant hothead?If George W. Bush joined the country of Mexico and sued a state in the United States to force that state to continue to allow illegal immigration, would you question his patriotism and wonder whose side he was on?AND THE LIST CONTINUES AT THE LINK So what is it about Obama that makes him so brilliant and impressive? He’s done all this in fifteen months — and we still have another two years and nine months to go.
The people have now awakened … at least the ones footing the bill for the country’s taxes. The people who elected this political immorality don’t have to be much concerned with taxes … 47% don’t even pay federal income taxes. Their motto is, “What — me worry?”
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IS GEORGE SOROS TIRED OF POLITICS? I Can’t Stop a Republican ‘Avalanche’

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Do Liberal billionaires really make a difference? And if they do, what's wrong with Conservatives having the same impact?

Or is he finally “over” George W. Bush?
Via NYT Caucus blog: George Soros, the billionaire financier who was an energetic Democratic donor in the last several election cycles but is sitting this one out, is not feeling optimistic about Democratic prospects.“I made an exception getting involved in 2004,” Mr. Soros, 80, said in a brief interview Friday at a forum sponsored by the Bretton Woods Committee, which promotes understanding of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.“And since I didn’t succeed in 2004, I remained engaged in 2006 and 2008. But I’m basically not a party man. I’d just been forced into that situation by what I considered the excesses of the Bush administration.” Well, that’s very nice of you Mr. Soros.
Democrat Sugar Daddy bows out … sucks to be THEM.
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Victor Davis Hanson: Why we miss Bush

Written by Editor on . Posted in Current Events

Miss me yet?

Bush was authentic, ethical and loved his country.
New York Post: Who’s the real yuppie? The media tried to paint Bush as the privileged yuppie, masquerading as the Texas rancher. But this president’s handler could not stage a chain-sawing task for Obama if they tried — severe injury would surely follow.From 2001-03, presidential golf was proof of aristocratic disdain and laziness. Suddenly, from 2009-10 — given that Obama has hit the greens more in 20 months than Bush did in eight years — the Ministry of Truth redefined the game as necessary egalitarian relaxation. Bush may have been a cowboy, but at least he stood up for America.
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On Martha’s Vineyard, ‘Miss Me Yet?’ Bush T-Shirts Outselling ‘I Vacationed with Obama’ Ones

Written by Editor on . Posted in Coolness

Gonna get one?

I’m ordering mine!
from NewsBusters.org – Exposing Liberal Media Bias by Brent Baker: Picking up on a nugget (my tweet) surprisingly included in a Wednesday Boston Globe article, on Thursday night FNC’s Bret Baier reported in his “Grapevine” segment: “President Bush is apparently more popular than President Obama on Martha’s Vineyard – at least when it comes to clothing.” Baier relayed the day the First Family arrived on the Massachusetts island:When the First Family vacationed there last year, Obama-themed trinkets were flying off the shelves. Now, the owner of a store called the Locker Room says this summer’s best-selling shirt features Mr. Bush. And even Democrats are buying it. It reads: “Miss Me Yet? How’s that Hopey-Changey Thing Working Out for Ya?” “Last year, Obama gave you goose bumps, but I don’t think you’re going to see that this year,’’ said Alex McCluskey, co-owner of the Locker Room.
I’ll say!!