Obama's Endless Recovery Summer

All politicians spend too much money


Stimulus fundamentally transforms U.S.A.

We don't need no stinkin' Productive Sector
The U.S. Government is ‘now serving’ 1 in 6 Americans with financial aid, while planning for a major expansion in benefits.
“More than 50 million Americans are on Medicaid, the federal-state program aimed principally at the poor. That’s up at least 17% since the recession began in December 2007,” USA Today reports. “More than 40 million people get food stamps, an increase of nearly 50% during the economic downturn according to government data through May.”
Despite voracious growth over a 3-year period, the taxpayer funded safety-net programs will receive an additional 16+ million people by 2014 under the new health care law. And we know how ‘those’ estimates usually turn out.


The good news is, we’re getting fantastic mileage out our ‘Obama food stamp’ image.
“Caseloads have risen as more people become eligible. The economic stimulus law signed by President Obama last year also boosted benefits.”
(from sadhillnews.com)

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O-Progs ♡ Welfare As We Know It

Stimulating the new normal: Long-term joblessness


(from strata-sphere.com)

Lamestreams Advance

Union-dense news industry customizes for leftwing appetites


Gleiwitz, Symbionese Liberation, Dodi

On this day: August 31
Henry VI, becomes King of England at the age of 9 months (1422)

Nazi Germany mounts a staged attack on Gleiwitz radio station, giving them an excuse to attack Poland the following day, starting World War II in Europe (1939)

William and Emily Harris, founders of the Symbionese Liberation Army, plead guilty to the 1974 kidnapping of newspaper heiress Patricia Hearst (1978)

b: Eldridge Cleaver (1935), d: Dodi Al-Fayed (1997)

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Meet TeachersUnionExposed.com

Militant leftwing unionists shape nation's youth, future


(from TeachersUnionExposed.com)

Asymetric warfare plagues U.S. politics

Union-dense news industry advocates for The Left


(from thepeoplescube.com)

True Believer Obama plows forward

It's full speed ahead for Progressive Era revival


Nation awaits Presidential biopsy

Lamestream handmaiden abets Obama hoax

Sitting under a tent in a New Orleans, President Barack Obama spoke with Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News this afternoon during the commemorative 5th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.

When asked if polls reflected his inability to communicate with voters, taking a deep breath Obama replied, “I can’t spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead.”


We are happy to report the birth certificate and plaster removal operation was a complete success.

(from sadhillnews.com)

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"Birtherism is Obama's only winning issue" (8/9/10)

Rent Seekers ♡ Congressional Oversight

Typical power-drunk politicians are always open for business


Red Terror, Tartarstan, Guy Burgess

On this day: August 30
Fanya Kaplan, an assassin, shoots and seriously injures Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin; this, along with the assassination of Bolshevik senior official Moisei Uritsky days earlier, prompts the decree for Red Terror (1918)

Hotline between U.S. and Soviet leaders goes into operation (1963)

Tatarstan declares independence from the RSFSR (1990)

b: Huey Long (1893), Molly Ivins (1944), d: Konstantin Rodzaevsky (1946), Guy Burgess (1963)

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ObamaCare probes offer options

Health care choice will soon be a failed policy of the past


(from directorblue.blogspot.com)

Meet Marco Rubio

First generation American seeks U.S. Senate seat


Slovak, Soviet Bomb, Newhouse

On this day: August 29
Slovak National Uprising takes place as 60,000 Slovak troops turn against the Nazis (1944)

The Soviet Union tests its first atomic bomb at Semipalatinsk, Kazakhstan (1949)

Supreme Soviet suspends all activities of the Soviet Communist Party (1991)

b: John Locke (1632), Edward Carpenter (1894), John McCain (1936), James Florio (1937); d: Brigham Young (1877), Béla Kun (1938), Samuel Irving Newhouse, Sr. (1979)

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