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Candidate Obama no match for Comrade Obama

January 4, 2012
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Candidate Obama no match for Comrade Obama

If there was any doubt whether Dear Leader Obama would seek re-election taking the political high road he promised when he was candidate Obama this little snippet from the Daily Caller should erase any shadows: “Part of what 2012 is about is both reminding the American people of how far we’ve traveled and the concrete…

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No diploma? No problem. (At least to some boneheads in the EEOC)

January 2, 2012
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No diploma?  No problem.  (At least to some boneheads in the EEOC)

From the “the road to hell is paved with good intentions” and the “the Founders are weeping in their graves with what we’ve done to their beloved nation”, comes this story from the Washington Times giving yet another perfect example of just how far out of control the federal bureaucracy has become. The culprit this…

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What if Obama’s gulf oil spill response had been FDR’s in ’41?

June 2, 2010
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What if Obama’s gulf oil spill response had been FDR’s in ’41?

Pondering the bureaucracy and blame pointing that has become the gulf oil spill, The Corner wondered how history would have unfolded differently were it Barack Obama’s government in charge that fateful day, December 7th, 1941. COMMENTARY: In response to yesterday’s disaster in Hawaii, the President has released a prepared statement from his home in Chicago…

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