Tag: Corruption

Washington: Where David Axelrod Remains Silent and the Sheep are Still Scared

Washington: Where David Axelrod Remains Silent and the Sheep are Still Scared

| October 12, 2010 | 1 Reply

To date, David Axelrod has refused to disclose his romantic history so that we may know, once and for all, he is not the Wilt Chamberlain of sheep-love. The fact is that Axelrod is getting that sweet, sweet loving from somewhere and the prospect that our innocent ovine friends may be involved is a serious […]

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The Fraud Story that Should Light Up the Front Pages

The Fraud Story that Should Light Up the Front Pages

| September 27, 2010 | Reply

In a just world, this story of apparent rampant voter fraud would be a front-page headline in the major national newspapers. Of course, it involves the SEIU, so the chance of it catching any traction is about as likely as the MacBook Fairy leaving a shiny new present under my pillow tonight. Here’s the killer […]

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SEIU: Taking Money from Members to Pay for Astroturf

SEIU: Taking Money from Members to Pay for Astroturf

| September 27, 2010 | Reply

Anyone know how many buses the Republicans chartered to DC for the 8/28 or 9/12 marches? I only ask because, well… “The Tea Party has been getting much more media attention than it deserves, and it’s been saying it represents the voice of middle-class America,” said George Gresham, president of 1199 S.E.I.U., a New York […]

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Do You Not See This Bag of Money I’m Waving At You?

Do You Not See This Bag of Money I’m Waving At You?

| September 19, 2010 | Reply

This is the transcript of an actual voice mail left by a sitting member of Congress to a lobbyist from whom the member of Congress had not received the appropriate level of tribute. This is, uh, Eleanor Norton, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. Uh, I noticed that you have given to uh, other colleagues on the […]

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Two Million to Create a Job, But Nothing’s Really Wrong.

Two Million to Create a Job, But Nothing’s Really Wrong.

| September 19, 2010 | 2 Replies

Why do I dislike big progressive government so much? Let me tell you the story of Los Angeles and its Missing Money. As a result of last year’s Vote Buying Act Stimulus Bill, Los Angeles received a humongous pile of money — 111 million dollars, to be exact. The purpose of that money was to […]

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White House Set a Trap for Boehner but Snared the Entire Democratic Leadership.

White House Set a Trap for Boehner but Snared the Entire Democratic Leadership.

| September 13, 2010 | 2 Replies

If the room full of Political Sooper Geniuses running the White House Message Machine got any smarter, it would suddenly burst into a blazing white light as the combined brainpower of those assembled therein transcended the mortal plane and became a hyper-intelligent gestalt being of pure intellect incapable of co-existing with mere humanity. The Message […]

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Okay, Who Want 600 Large to Study Why Flies Hate Being Swatted?

Okay, Who Want 600 Large to Study Why Flies Hate Being Swatted?

| August 4, 2010 | 1 Reply

Do you remember the panicky days of early 2009 when we absolutely had to have a trillion dollar Vote Buying Act Stimulus Bill or the nation would kerplode like a planet hollowed out by greedy Dark Matter miners? The President and various flunkies from the White House and Congress spread throughout the land like locusts […]

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These Days, Some Special Interests are Extra-Special

These Days, Some Special Interests are Extra-Special

| July 23, 2010 | 1 Reply

On January 23, 2010, President Obama made a solemn pinky promise with America to protect us from “special interests” that would turn this wonderful country into, well, something really awful. Indeed, he gave his speech a special title, just to make sure we were clear on his stance against “special interests”. WEEKLY ADDRESS: President Obama […]

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Walpin Denied: Court Says He Wasn’t “Fired” Fired

Walpin Denied: Court Says He Wasn’t “Fired” Fired

| June 19, 2010 | 15 Replies

Rule of law? Whatever on Earth is that? A federal judge in Washington has dismissed the wrongful-termination lawsuit filed by Gerald Walpin, the AmeriCorps inspector general who was fired last year by President Obama. And not just dismissed; if the decision by U.S. District Judge Richard Roberts stands, in the future the White House will […]

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Holder Then: We Don’t Announce Our Investigations Ever! Holder Now: We’re Investigating BP.

Holder Then: We Don’t Announce Our Investigations Ever! Holder Now: We’re Investigating BP.

| June 2, 2010 | 13 Replies

So far, the federal government has been worse than invisible in the Gulf of Mexico. Oh sure, the President flew in to deliver a big speech where he could pound the proverbial pulpit and swear eternal vengeance upon all the evidoers who befouled our pristine shores. Then he went on vacation and left Eric Holder in […]

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