Archive for April 11, 2011

In the least news-worthy item of the day, Mitt Romney has announced his aspiration to be John McCain redux. This is the best case for closed primaries the rethuglicans could ever have. The dhimmicretins will flock to the retuglican primaries to ensure Mittens candidacy to ensure an Obummer victory.

For RINOs and dhimmis, here is the url:
http://www.mittromney.com/

I won’t actually link or embed this invitation to political suicide.

Establishmentarianism Bites.

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Who is John Galt?

Posted: April 11, 2011 in director, economic

Atlas Shrugged, Part 1 opens on April 15th in selected cities. Let’s send the “looters and moochers” the message that we’re onto them.

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Even though it violates existing law, the IRS is seeking to impose a regulation that will discourage foreign investment in the U.S. economy and undermine the competitiveness of American banks. This CF&P Foundation video provides five reasons why this proposal is misguided, including the risk to innocent people living under corrupt and tyrannical governments.

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Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI) brings the budget debate to this basic question: will we continue to spend money we don’t have, or will the federal government return to responsible management after decades of debt expansion? After wryly thanking the Fox anchor for repeating the hyperbolic and demagogic comments of Democrats over the issue of entitlement reform, McCotter explains that Republicans may not have all the answers — but so far, the GOP is the only party offering any answers. That puts the issue in stark relief — will Americans cheer for solvency or bankruptcy?

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Last year as oil gushed into the Gulf of Mexico, BP opened its checkbook. With few strings attached, local officials embarked on a spending spree to stockpile equipment and gear, much of it with dubious connections to the disaster.

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