February 14, 2009
Oh, where to begin? Well, it didn’t take long…
Obama’s pledge to give Americans five days to review bills on the Web first shrank to 48 hours, which then shrank to 10 hours. Yup. If there’s anyone who has read the entire thing, it’s probably the lobbyists who wrote it.
No lobbyists offering undue influence? Not now.
The constitutionally-questionable move by the Executive Branch to oversee the census is nothing short of scary.
Big Obama Gov tax cheats? Naw!
This is ridiculous. Obama and his team make Nixon look like a rookie.
October 27, 2008
A little over two years ago, Hugh Hewitt sounded a clarion call for conservatives and Republicans, expounding in the simplest possible terms what we should be able to expect from our party. Originally mentioned in his book “Painting the Map Red,” with only four objectives, Mr. Hewitt subsequently added a fifth to round out the the agenda for the next president. Although he hasn’t mentioned it in some time, this cinquain stuck with me, and I think it bears deliberation today in a way that Mr. Hewitt might not have originally intended. This is what he wrote:
Win the war.
Confirm the judges.
Cut the taxes.
Control the spending.
Secure the border.
Let’s take a look at these five “action items,” not in terms of what John McCain could do, but in terms of what Barack Obama certainly WILL NOT do for this country. This post examines the first item: win the war.
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