Obama's Leninist rhetoric termed 'despicable'
In his so-called jobs speeches, Obama exploits class envy shrouded in fairness. President Obama continues to escalate his divisive assault on achievers, purposely pitting Americans against each other.(from americanthinker.com)
Obama’s “Hate the Rich” campaign appeals to our lower nature and encourages the sin of covetousness. If Obama’s despicable campaign proves successful, it will be a sad commentary about who we have become as a people and how far we have fallen as Americans.
It angers me that Obama and his minions in the liberal media have put achievers, risk-takers, on the defensive. It angers me that Obama’s followers think that they are entitled to the fruit of someone else’s labor.
Americans are extremely generous and willing to help people in need, domestic and foreign. But no one is entitled to share in the bounty resulting from someone’s risk, blood, sweat, and tears. Any government which confiscates and redistributes wealth is immoral and evil.
Basic questions dog union-backed re-election campaign
After a few caffeine-heavy refills at our corner table, I asked him about President Obama's new effort to raise taxes on the wealthy, and Cain just about blew a blood vessel--especially when I mentioned the part where Obama says it's about "math" not "class warfare."(from news.yahoo.com)
"Can I be blunt? That's a lie," Cain said, before the sound of his voice began to rise noticeably higher. "You're not supposed to call the president a liar. Well if you're not supposed to call the president a liar, he shouldn't tell a lie. If it's not class warfare, it's highway robbery. He wants us to believe it's not class warfare, oh okay, it's not class warfare. Pick my pockets, because that's what he's doing!"
'Spread the wealth' P2P Progressivism welcomed by GOP
Why is Google, which is traditionally considered liberal-leaning, donating money to conservative organizations and even cosponsoring the most recent Republican GOP debate alongside Fox News?(from xtheblaze.com)
According to the Huffington Post, Google has been giving money to ”the Heritage Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute, the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the Republican Governors Association, the GOP firm The David All Group, Crossroads Strategies, the Republican Attorneys General Association and the Republican State Leadership Committee, among others.”
Interesting. HuffPo reports:Republicans in the House and Senate reacted with pleasant surprise when told by HuffPost that Google had started donating to movement conservatives. “Are you saying they’re finally becoming bipartisan? That’s a good thing. Bipartisanship is a positive thing,” said Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, the head of the Senate GOP’s fundraising arm and one of three Republicans on the subcommittee holding the antitrust hearing. “I understand why people feel like they need to have people they can talk to on both sides.”Google’s new found bipartisanship, as reported by the Huffington Post, seems to stem from its long-standing conflict with Microsoft, which has donated more than 10 times the amount of money than Google to those in the political arena: