Tuesday, May 25, 2010

How Is The Blumenthal Flap Over?

Just because he sent an email apology. What a coward, he could not even do it front of his cronies or for that matter even real Vietnam veterans who actually fought in Vietnam. Dick Blumenthal did everything he could to avoid service and time in Vietnam. And he has the audacity to ask these same veterans and families of those who lost their loved ones fighting in Vietnam to vote for him. Why? Why does Dick Blumenthal feel privileged now? After his lies about his service. About his disrespect for the Uniform of the United States Marines. It is absurd that he should even be running with his now soiled and tarnished image. His image of making Connecticut an anti business state with its egotistical and self serving Attorney General.
And his campaign just feels that it is behind them now and they can really attack Linda McMahon. Why? Because in my opinion the flap is not over, nor will it be over until after the election when Dick Blumenthal loses his campaign and Connecticut voters actually speak out against this liar.
Senator McMahon. Change not a lie.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Just What Connecticut Needs Another Lying Senator

The chosen one has misspoken. How does one do that? How does one get confused about what one did during war time? Was it that many years ago?
Now come the twists. The chosen one has fallen. The all powerful Connecticut Attorney General who has smashed and destroyed many over the years may have been beaten at his own game. A lie. Misspoken.
This is what Connecticut really needs another liar for a Senator. Dodd still has not come clean with regards to his sweetheart mortgage deals and the money that he has taken in donations over the years from the financial industry. Now the Blumenthal debacle. What horrific candidates the Connecticut Democrats put up for office. Just what Connecticut taxpayers need another lying Senator. Wait, I guess we have now a lying Attorney General. All at the taxpayers expense.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Taxpayers Can You Spare Me $148 Billion?

Taxpayers can you spare me $148 billion. I am Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This is is the amount I have cost you so far in the bailouts of us. I am bankrupt but you as a taxpayer must continue to prop me up. I have to continue to back loans which I know will never be paid back. All in the good faith of the Democratic party which made people buy homes who could never afford them and keep them there without having to pay their mortgages. In an effort to buy votes. I ask again taxpayers can you spare me $148 billion?
After all $148 billion in a $12 trillion dollar national debt is meaningless. We are a bankrupt country. Economics is meaningless to the Obama Administration and Democratic Congress. The continual taxpayer bailout of these failed mortgages and loans needs to end today. These mortgages will not become better by throwing money at them. It is an economic disgrace to taxpayers for it to continue. Rather than blaming the banking industry, the blame for this economic debacle may be found by the Obama Administration and the Democratic Congress.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

All 5 Democratic Congressional Seats Are Not Safe

That is right. All five Connecticut Congressional seats are not safe. If anything the Democrats who supposedly represent Connecticut have to be fearful of the massive backlash that is currently being felt in the state. Unknown to the biased media, Connecticut taxpayers at all levels are disgusted with the lack of leadership and governing that the Democrats claim to offer. U.S. Reps. John Larson, Joe Courtney, Rosa DeLauro, Jim Himes and Chris Murphy are all political hacks with a desire to help bankrupt our country through a socialized economy, socialized health care, socialized cap and trade and a runaway, massive national debt. Unlimited spending and the bankruptcy of our economic future with nothing to show for it. You as a voter and a taxpayer really want to reelect these people?
That is right. All five Connecticut Congressional seats are not safe. Let us vote these economically inept representatives out of office in November. What a breath of fresh air that would be.

Saturday, May 08, 2010

What Are 290,000 Jobs to 20 Million People Unemployed?

How many people are really unemployed in our economy? And what is really being done to create private sector jobs in our economy? A published 9.9% unemployment rate is more like a 17% unemployment rate when taking into account those who have given up looking for work and are off unemployment roles, still out of work. The supposed great news twisted by our biased media of 290,000 new jobs coupled with an increase of the established unemployment rate to 9.9% is ridiculous. It follows no fundamental economic logic whatsoever. It is horrendous employment news in my economic opinion. We still have massive unemployment and this administration has now had 17 months to try to do something other than forcing socialistic economic policies down our economy's throat which have further eroded our job market. 290,000 jobs are meaningless to the millions who are unemployed today. This band aid is useless to the overall job market. Let the free market system create new jobs through lower taxes, less governmental regulations and a balanced governmental budget with a forceful plan to eliminate the national debt. Try telling that to those who are unemployed. By the way who got those 290,000 jobs? Democratic story tellers?

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Stop Taking Campaign Donations

If capitalism is that bad, why do political candidates take campaign contributions from companies and corporations in our economy? Is capitalism is that evil why do political candidates sell themselves to the highest bidder? If money and wealth is that bad for our economy, why does the political system embrace taking it to help them buy their election? Chris Dodd is an excellent example of this theory. And the list is endless on both sides of the political spectrum. This debacle of selling their votes and office have help to erode our economy in my economic opinion and it needs to stop. Democracy does not function when being sold to the highest bidder and for those who can afford to buy their elected officials. Congress, a fantasy land of wealth, nobility and unlimited perks needs to reform itself with regards to its payoffs.
Or we need a new form of Democracy minus the self serving, stale, corrupted elected officials found at the Federal and state levels.
Stop taking cash. Stop this way of government.