Saturday, October 18, 2008

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Recycled lies

Apparently the focus groups have told Barack Obama to say he's for tax relief for the middle class. Of course it's not going to happen.

Bill Clinton did the same thing and then reneged when he actually got to the White House.
Seeking to explain why he is backtracking on a campaign promise to cut taxes for the middle class, President-elect Bill Clinton said Thursday that the plan was never a major theme in his race for the White House.

Mr. Clinton, speaking at a news conference a day after saying he would have to "revisit" his tax-cut plan, said Americans voted for him because of the "big things" he wanted to do.

The middle-class tax cut, he said, was not among them.

He said he was "absolutely mystified" that the news media had perceived it as a major pledge. In interviews Wednesday, Mr. Clinton said that, because of worsening deficit projections,"I have to put everything back on the table."

Mr. Clinton spoke throughout the campaign of the need to redress declining middle-class incomes during the 1980s. He proposed a tax cut for the middle class nearly a year ago, in New Hampshire, and repeated the pledge frequently.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

For Joe the Plumber

Barack Obama must be insecure in his asshood, or else why would he say what he said about John McCain fighting for the plumbers? How appropriate it would be if this lands him in deep shit.

Maybe if Barack Obama knew some actual plumbers instead of a menagerie of lefty creeps, he'd understand a little about the economy. But he asks "how many plumbers do you know who make $250,000 a year?" Actually, if Joe has other plumbers working for him $250K isn't a whole lot of revenue. Is Obama really stupid and out of touch enough to think that a plumber in rural Ohio would take home $250K/year by himself? Wow, just wait until he sees a supermarket checkout!

I'm not sure I'd want to live in a world without plumbers. Politicians, OTOH....

In homage to plumbers I offer this NWA Classic Post

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Let's see how long this link lasts


From DirectorBlue, who also has some snapshots from the video.

Liberal abuse

If you disagree with ACORN and its recurring attempts at election fraud, don't expect them to respect you when you attempt to speak.

Of course Barack Obama goes back a long way with ACORN. Sheesh, if they're doing God's work registering the disenfranchised, why doesn't he embrace them?

If Obama is elected you'd better get used to the rudeness and worse. Michael Barone demonstrates here.

Or check out Michelle Malkin's compilation here.