• Ok, I’m impressed.

    by  • April 15, 2009

    I’ll admit. I was a bit skeptical of how these Tea Parties were going to turn out. Afterall, us conservatives aren’t exactly known for picketing/protesting/smelling like hippie. But it seems turnout at these events has been much higher than expected. The coverage on Fox has been constant, and even though CNN has been their...

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    RECORD ADULATION FOR OUR DEAR LEADER!!!

    by  • April 15, 2009

    Or not. As we wade through the puddles of today’s Tea Parties, I was curious where President Obama stood with his approval numbers. Per Rasmussen, the pollster considered the most accurate of the 2008 election, Obama’s approval rating stands at 55%. This seemed a bit low to me since the President should be experiencing...

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    2+2 = what in hell is this?

    by  • April 15, 2009

    It seems an entire House caucus is having trouble making sense of Strickland’s boondoggle of an education funding plan. This morning’s press conference to unveil the plan has been rescheduled to Thursday, as Democrats continue to pore over district-by-district funding runs. “We are working to ensure that the impacts of the legislative changes are...

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    Tea Party Day

    by  • April 15, 2009

    Today is the day. It’s gonna be interesting to see what kind of coverage these rallies get in the mainstream press. Obviously, Fox will be covering it, but will CNN, MSNBC and major dailies bother? Hell, can anyone remember the last time fiscal conservatives protested anything? That’s news, fellas. Either way, I’m interested in...

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    Making bureaucrats expendable.

    by  • April 14, 2009

    530 employees in Gov. Strickland’s Department of Education, and they still have to outsource. I look forward to seeing the Guv’s plan for scaling back this Department, since they’re clearly not necessary. The Strickland administration paid a Columbus attorney nearly $50,000 to help it draft the governor’s new school-funding plan. The state Office of...

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    Unnecessary allusion?

    by  • April 14, 2009

    In today’s speech, Obama said the following… It’s a foundation built upon five pillars that will grow our economy and make this new century another American century: new rules for Wall Street that will reward drive and innovation; new investments in education that will make our workforce more skilled and competitive; new investments in...

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    This is exciting. I’ve always wanted to be an Enemy of the State.

    by  • April 14, 2009

    The blogosphere is up in arms this morning, and rightly so, about a new report released from the Department of Homeland Security. The report is full of inflammatory statements, including: Rightwing extremism in the United States can be broadly divided into those groups, movements, and adherents that are primarily hate-oriented (based on hatred of...

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    Obama hates poor people.

    by  • April 13, 2009

    In early March, the NEA sent a letter to President Obama stating the following: We are now concerned about an ongoing threat to public education in the District of Columbia and hope that you will use your voice to help eliminate this threat. Specifically, we urge you to call on Congress to end the...

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    Calling all activist liberals….

    by  • April 13, 2009

    My side is pretty new to this whole ‘protesting’ thing. We’re trying to gather whatever advice we can do as well as you all did during the past eight years. Suggestions already made by some cohorts include: Postpone college classes so professors can attend “Hey Hey! Ho Ho! IQ points have got to go!”...

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    Let me google that for you…

    by  • April 13, 2009

    As of the latest update, Scott Murphy had a 25 vote edge on Jim Tedisco in the race for NY-20. According to The Hill newspaper: Democrats and Republicans will do their best to spin a win by venture capitalist Scott Murphy (D) or Assemblyman Jim Tedisco (R) as having broad national meanings. But political...

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