Obama: ‘We do not believe that anybody is entitled to success in this country’

Jammie Jammie Wearing Fools 10/5/2012

Really? Is this another take on “you didn’t build that”?


Give this clown another four years an nobody will be successful.

Mitt Romney just took the lead in Virginia. This should help him increase it.

CAJ note: WTH did he say in that clip?!


Candor is forbidden at the politically correct, Soros-funded NPR

Because Juan Williams has been fired for sharing his honest reaction.

NPR fires Juan Williams over comments about Muslims flying

Ed Morrissey HotAir.com 10/21/2010

Juan Williams warned that political correctness leads to a paralysis that keeps people from addressing reality — and then ended up a victim of just that kind of political correctness in […]

Hard Sell

John Fund The Wall Street Journal 5/26/2010

President Obama has made a full-court press to sell ObamaCare since it was passed ten weeks ago. But the program appears more unpopular than ever. A new Rasmussen Research poll finds that fully 63% of voters favor repeal, up from 54% to 58% just after the bill was […]

Rasmussen: Tea Party 48%, Obama 44%

Rasmussen Reports 4/5/2010

On major issues, 48% of voters say that the average Tea Party member is closer to their views than President Barack Obama. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 44% hold the opposite view and believe the president’s views are closer to their own.

Not surprisingly, Republicans overwhelmingly feel closer […]

McCotter: Putting ‘limited’ back in government

Democrats squander your money, your liberty

By Rep. Thaddeus G. McCotter Washington Times January 20, 2010

If your finances looked like the federal budget, you wouldn’t get elected. You’d get arrested. Under the Democrats’ iron-fisted, one-party rule of Washington, family budgets shrink and the federal budget bloats: The deficit, the debt and spending are at […]

Democrats Anxious Over a Once-Safe Seat

Abby Goodnough The New York Times January 7, 2010

BOSTON — Martha M. Coakley, the Democrat running for Senator Edward M. Kennedy’s seat in Massachusetts, had seemed so certain of winning the special election on Jan. 19 that she barely campaigned last month.

But the dynamic has changed in recent days. The news that two […]