Thursday, April 29, 2010

Obama: I do think at a certain point you’ve made enough money


Yesterday Obama was giving a speech on Wall Street reform in Quincy, Illinois. During the speech, Obama let us see his Marxist idealogy. It looks like he meant the "spread the wealth" thing. I'm sure the communist wont see anything wrong with taking someones wealth. I never thought we would ever have a President that believed in taking from one group and giving to another. But the Progressives don't care what the government takes as long as they don't take theirs. Well Mr.President why haven't you given freely of you money over the decades? Our president gave less then 1% of his large income to charity over his working life. And when will the media ask him what making "too much" is? How much is "too much"? And does having "too much" give the government the right to takie it away?

Today Congress Votes To Do More Fundamental Change To Our Country

Beck warns of a vote today that will pave the way for Puerto Rico becoming a 51st state. According to Heritage, it will give Puerto Rico 3 options to vote on:
  1. “Independence: Puerto Rico should become fully independent from the United States;”
  2. “Sovereignty in Association with the United States: Puerto Rico and the United States should form a political association between sovereign nations that will not be subject to the Territorial Clause of the United States Constitution;” and,
  3. “Statehood: Puerto Rico should be admitted as a State of the Union.”
This way instead of having a yes or no vote on statehood which would provide a clear majority, this tactic will allow for a plurality of people to perhaps vote for statehood without it being a true majority of the people. This is important because Puerto Rico has rejected statehood 4 times and without this type of tactic it would seem that they would vote again to reject statehood. There’s a provision in the bill that would allow Puerto Ricans who live in the US to vote on this as well, despite the fact that they are no longer residents of Puerto Rico, and I believe they number around 2.5 million.
So if Puerto Rico becomes a state, they must pay taxes (increased revenue for the US) and there’s a whole new voting population right there waiting to be exploited.
And all of it under our noses. This sounds like change we can believe in.

Gov. Brewer On Greta Last Night

I must say that I was quite impressed in her appearance on Greta. She showed absolutely no weakness in supporting the new law despite the overheated uproar from both citizens and states! It’s like Arizona has been in a non-stop pressure cooker every since she signed in that law.
But Gov. Brewer is steadfast and it makes me like her even more. Since she signed this into law her approval rating went up 16 points.He tells Hannity that illegal immigrants don’t bring drugs across the border on foot, they do it in helicopters and cars, etc. And lastly he admitted that he did have a problem arresting people who come across the border just to get a better living even though they are here illegally. In the same line he also suggested that we should ignore the laws that the congress and President have enacted regarding illegal immigration.
Needless to say he set himself up for failure, and Michelle gladly obliges him: