Monthly Archives: October 2012

Obama’s Flip Flops

Obama has accused Romney of “state 3 Romnesia” because of flip flopping on issues. The same can be said of Obama. In a Wall Street Journal article entitled, “A Chronic Case of Obamnesia,” reported Kim Strassel listed Obama’s flip flops. … Continue reading

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Sequestration Idea Came From the White House

“First of all, the sequester is not something I proposed, it’s something that Congress proposed. It will not happen.” These two sentences were a response to Romney’s criticism during the third presidential debate that national security is at risk due … Continue reading

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Obama Lied About Number of Jobs He Created

President Obama has claimed that his administration has created 5.2 million new jobs. According to Fact Check which used Bureau of Labor Statistics, the actual number of new jobs created under Obama is 325,000. This is a net gain. In … Continue reading

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Obama Responsible For Sequestration Along With Congress

Sequestration in simple terms is money (appropriations) withheld from government departments and agencies by the Treasury Department. Why? The Obama Administration has not given Congress a practical budget for three straight years. Every time Obama submitted a budget to Congress, … Continue reading

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Obama The Investor

Noam Neusner, a former George Bush speech writer, wrote an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal which he framed as an assessment of Obama as an investor. It was in the form of a memo to Federal Reserve Chairman … Continue reading

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Obama’s Policies Are Shrinking The Middle Class

President Obama has made himself the champion of the middle class. His whole campaign for the presidency is not based on his record but his efforts to tax the rich more. He has not made it clear exactly what he … Continue reading

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Who is the better investor?

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