Obama’s Middle Finger to America

Family Security Matters

From day one in his first term of office, President Barack Obama has given America his middle finger. I’m surprised so many people haven’t noticed it. Here’s a State of the Union address he’d never dare make, but I’m sure he would like to, just to let his hair down. It would probably be written by his good pal Bill Ayers, or his proxy mom, Valerie Jarrett. Or by the fired press secretary Jay Carney, on a consultation basis for a handsome fee.

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Why Blame Obama?

American Thinker

Let  me count the ways.

Before  inauguration.  Senator Obama voted for the budgets he would later  blame on Bush, and for the TARP bailout.  After just two months of TARP,  the Bush administration said it was done — crisis averted.

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This is Not Leadership

CFP

As the United States of America continues to drift, many Americans still seem perplexed that after two-and-a-half years, Barack Obama is a walking contradiction. He cannot seem to lead; he can only follow and dictate. He has no policies, only vague concepts and Marxist ideology. He starts wars and calls them something else. He simultaneously makes Congress responsible and yet irrelevant. He refuses to be held accountable for anything. It’s all still Bush’s fault, you know.

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Waiting for Obama to assume his Presidency

American Thinker
Facts are stubborn things.  The Obama-led Democrats have held the nation’s purse strings for 4 of the last 8 years.  It was the Obama-led Democrats which insisted that wasteful spinach farm subsidies and  wasteful corn fuel subsidies be included in Iraq war funding bills.  This would only make sense if we were sending Popeye to fight the terrorists.

Indeed, Bush’s final budget deficit before the Obama led-Democrats took complete control of spending in 2006 was less than 200 billion and trending downward.  In 2007, with the economy still humming along, Democrats complained of the “weak economy” under Bush.  And really, who can forget the massive unemployment rate of 4.6%?

Hey, What Happened To That Maxine Waters Ethics Trial?

Pajamas Media

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) was supposed to have faced trial for ethics violations last year, but the trial was suddenly delayed until after the November 2010 elections.

Waters stands accused of obtaining $12 million in TARP money for the bank OneUnited, on whose board her husband Sidney Williams once sat, and in which he owned more than $350,000 in stock. According to a story by the Washington Post in September of last year, Waters — together with Rep. Barney Frank, (D-MA) who was then the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee — changed a law and obtained the financing.

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House votes to overthrow ‘czars’

The House voted Thursday to dethrone nine White House “czars.”

Republicans successfully added an amendment to the continuing resolution that would leave President Barack Obama’s senior advisers on policy issues including health care, energy and others out of a job.

    The vote was 249-179.

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    GOPer calls Obama administration ‘corrupt’

    Two years have gone by and the GOP is just now saying this administration is corrupt. Obama and his goones have been corrupt since way before he took office. Obama’s records prove just how corrupt he really is…….. oh wait a minute, he sealed all of those the day he took office. I guess that proves my point.

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    (CNN) – The incoming House Oversight and Government Reform chairman on Sunday tried to clarify his recent remarks to Rush Limbaugh where he called President Obama “one of the most corrupt presidents in modern times.”

    Rep. Darrell Issa said he meant to say the Obama administration instead of the president.

    “When you hand out $1 trillion in TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) just before this president came in, most of it unspent, $1 trillion nearly in stimulus, that this president asked for, plus this huge expansion in health care and government, it has a corrupting effect,” Issa said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

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