Democrats in Congress say they have grown frustrated with Obama because of his lack of leadership in their ongoing battle with Republicans over spending cuts, but with nothing in Obama’s career to suggest that he is one for political rough riding, it is odd for Democrats to express dismay that Obama isn’t leading the charge.(…)
Although the sea of socialist rhetoric and hypocrisy through which Barack Obama makes us wade is routinely deep, I found a news blurb this morning that I found particularly hypocritical. Barack Obama is meeting with the US Chamber of Commerce to see what he can do to help create jobs. Obama also wants to assure(…)
Older American voters are the voting block most likely to vote in any election. This year, however, they are going to do so in record numbers. Seniors are supporting Republicans more than any other demographic group, in this election cycle, and they are poised to vote at historic levels.
Sales of previously owned homes fell 27 percent in July to the weakest level in 15 years, the National Association of Realtors reported last week. This represents the largest single monthly drop in history and they’ve been keeping these records for 40 years.
Obama, like Roosevelt, is instituting solutions which have and will continue to make this recession much worse than it would otherwise be.