Right to Work: Be Honest Mr. President…

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Earlier this week in Toledo, Ohio President Obama said the following about Right to Work legislation being passed all over the country: “So, Toledo, what you need to know is this: When they’re trying to take your collective bargaining rights away, when they’re trying to pass so-called “right to work” laws that really mean right to work for less […]

Freedom, Poverty & the Democrats

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Democrats & Obama want to socialize our government and create a command economy with no risk. This republic(not democracy) and our capitalist economy succeeded because people knew the risks and still wanted to change the world. Democrats will never be successful because they do no realize that America unlike any other nation was established on […]

Can’t Fix what you DON’T Understand!

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    Is it really any surprise that our economy is not improving? President Obama came into office with cabinet members who had the lowest level of private sector experience dating back to Teddy Roosevelt. His team is full of government bureaucrats and academics who have never had to worry about the same challenges confronted […]

10 thoughts on The State of The Union Speech

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Here are some of the things that I have been thinking about after hearing what President Obama had to say last night: Small businesses do not pay much in the way of Capital Gains Taxes. This was basically an empty promise designed to make an attractive sound bite. While we are on small businesses….They employ […]

Joe The Plumber Speaks Out on Obama's Tax Plan!

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Joe The Plumber: Obama Tax Plan ‘Infuriates Me’ October 16, 2008 2:46 AM ABC News’ Teddy Davis Reports: John McCain may have found a blue-collar face to help him argue that no American — not even the richest 5 percent — should pay higher taxes. “Joe The Plumber” has weighed in on Wednesday’s presidential debate […]

A Crisis Of Leadership

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The biggest problem with the current economic crisis is that we have had a complete breakdown in leadership in this country. In a time when Americans expect to see our leaders work together to find solutions, we just see more political rhetoric that produces no results. This applies to both parties, the president and our […]