Thursday, April 28, 2011

You thought the birthers were over now right? Not if you are Fox News


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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Fearless Prediction - Republican Nominee

I thought this almost a month ago but didn't write it down until now.   I think the Republican nominee will be Jon Huntsman.  I think he is quietly laying the groundwork and in the end Republicans will forgive him for working for  Obama.  His resume is getting pretty good - governor of Utah and ambassador to China.   I could be wrong of course - right wing people never fail to amaze me.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Liberal paranoia about the Kotch brothers? Maybe not


It is from an extremely conservative publication, and is supposed to be a slam against "the left" - but to me it is more damning to the Kotch brothers than anything I have read: http://goo.gl/aqOd7  Read the parts that were quoted in Politico:
Ask Charles Koch what he thinks about Obama and he looks like he’s just bit into a lemon. ‘He’s a dedicated egalitarian,’ Charles said. ‘I’m not saying he’s a Marxist, but he’s internalized some Marxist models—that is, that business tends to be successful by exploiting its customers and workers.’ David agreed. ‘He’s the most radical president we’ve ever had as a nation … and has done more damage to the free enterprise system and long-term prosperity than any president we’ve ever had.’ David suggested the president’s radicalism was tied to his upbringing. ‘His father was a hard core economic socialist in Kenya … So he had sort of antibusiness, anti-free enterprise influences affecting him almost all his life. It just shows you what a person with a silver tongue can achieve
What is so bad about being "egalitarian" anyway?