Politics

Greed is good, but gridlock is better

The cinema classic “Wall Street”, starring Michael Douglas and bad boy Charlie Sheen, exposed the ugly underside of high finance. Creative writing certainly had a key role in the film, but it did make something other than the actors famous with one of the most memorable quotes in movie history… “Greed is Good” – Gordon Gekko, 1987…

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Get the Feds out of our kids heads

While our president blames Bush for his own failed economic policy and claims the GOP’s “Pledge for America” is a “worn out philosophy” (NY Daily News), it appears his intention to divide and conquer is working. Not that the Obama agenda of government control over everything under the sun hasn’t been used and abused throughout…

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BIG government small business

As President Obama prepares for yet another teleprompter tour, this time to spin how his big government policies are “working”, small business in America begs to differ, as they are not. On his weekly radio/internet propaganda address this Labor Day weekend, the leader of the “Regime” reminded us of all the good work he was…

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Sticks, stone, broken bones; and the “N” word

I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t handle criticism well, especially when it’s unwarranted. If you want to get my Conservative defenses up, call me one of the many stereotypical names Liberals throw at anyone that disagrees with them. You know, like “racist” just because I oppose the Obama agenda. My favorite though…

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Democrats and disposable income

From the moment politics captured my attention, and I began my “career” as a “social commentator”, there is one topic that continues to befuddle my Conservative brain. Now I understand that Liberalism is certainly a “mental disorder”, as evidenced by the great American Michael Savage. Yet if there is one symptom that identifies those on the…

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Black Panthers and White Devils

For those of you lost in the world of our “recovery economy”, oil spills, and cheap thrills, I’ll bet most have already forgotten that day the earth stood still; Obama/Biden in 2008… Light a candle and pour your favorite adult beverage, sit back and reminisce on that claim for “hope and change”, “transparency” (YouTube) or…

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The Chopper in Chief

Anyone remotely familiar with the great game of golf has certainly heard of the derogatory terms applied to the “less skilled” player. You have the classic “Hacker”, the old school “Duffer”, and the more advanced “Sod Buster”. All labels you don’t really want if you consider yourself a “golfer”. Yet perhaps my favorite phrase for…

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Obama beers interrupted

After a week from hell, I attempted to lose myself in the world of virtual “hope and change” at my local Wi-Fi bar on a Friday afternoon. I hoped that the oil destroying the waters 30 miles south of my “office” would disappear, and needed a change from all the insane chatter dominating politics and…

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