Saturday, November 24, 2012

Conservative on Target - 11/24/12


Only in Politicalville could our desperate but clueless RINO politicians decide to admit immigrants early but not allow them to work, throwing them on the expensive rolls of our various support programs:

House to consider limited GOP immigration bill : "The House proposal would allow family members to come to the U.S. one year after they apply for their green cards, but they wouldn't be able to work until they actually got the card. It applies to the families of green card holders who marry after getting their residency permits."

The Obama administration proposed at least 80 new regulations the day after Thanksgiving (go ahead and give ‘em a scroll-through for some good times), adding to the now 1,773 proposed in the last thirty days. …But tax hikes on the wealthy and more government spending are what we need to get our economy going again. Uh-huh.






   Fraud With Implications: Artur Davis, the former Democratic congressman from Alabama who seconded Barack Obama’s nomination for president at the 2008 Democratic convention (and spoke at this year’s Republican convention), finds that analogy preposterous. “I never heard a single voter in my 68 percent African American district complain to me about ID being something that was onerous or burdensome or difficult.”
   He went on to say: “The idea that people in low-income African American communities are bothered or intimidated or burdened by attaching just a few responsibilities to their all-important core right of voting—it’s a condescending idea. It’s a patronizing idea. If the law works the same with respect to everybody, it’s free and clear of whatever history or bigotry or racial animus [exists].”

   None Dare Call It Default: :A few years ago, when the economy was humming, a common estimate held that federal taxes would have to rise 50% immediately to fully fund entitlement programs. Today, a 50% tax increase would be needed just to meet the government's current spending, never mind its future obligations.
   One way or another, then, entitlements will be cut. Don't call it default. The correct term is entitlement reform.
   You saw this day coming and saved for your own retirement. Don't call it default when Washington inevitably confiscates some of your savings, say, by raising taxes on dividends and capital gains. Taxpayers accept the risk of future tax hikes that may make the decision to save seem foolish in retrospect.


GOP Actually Scored Huge Victories This Election, But No One Is Talking About It - Positive Statism? http://t.co/n35hoEqC

"The problem is not that people are taxed too little, the problem is that government spends too much." Ronald Reagan

Time to Start Planning RINO pickoff - At least 16 in new Congress have abandoned pledge not to raise taxes http://t.co/0qpm9eNj

AMAZING! How many nations have the problem of a poor population whose biggest problem is obesity?

The LIVING HELL of Socialism- in Photos bit.ly/WLl11z

WE MAY BE ON THE BRINK of repeating the 2000 Florida election debacle > Fraud With Implications. bit.ly/UCXpbq #tcot

"THE SCARIEST PRESENTATION EVER": The Economic Endgame Hits Within 12 Months(?) bit.ly/UE2Ir8

HOISTED...? Atheists Protest, Cry, and Whine for Being Depicted With Horns bit.ly/UCSRlk

GOP Actually Scored Huge Victories This Election, But No One Is Talking About It - Positive Statism? read.bi/WIebKn