Month: September 2008

Politics

Update on St. Louis Area Prosecutors for Obama

I received a comment to my post on St. Louis area prosecutors targeting anti-Obama speech.  I’ll post, here, the comment and my reponse.  I hope the commenter, Bill, is on the up-and-up.   I’m an old high school friend of (St. Louis Circuit Attorney) Jennifer Joyce. Watching that initial KMOV report was like a punch …

Politics, Religion

It’s Late and I’m Bored

so this will be my only post–a series of thoughts on the day. Financial Armageddon In case you were too busy with your normal life and missed it, the financial armageddon promised/threatened by President Bush, Nancy Pelosi, Hank Paulson, and every other power freak on the planet failed to materialize.  The Dow ended up 485 …

Economy, Politics

Government Never Solved a Democrat Mess

As the Wall Street crowd howls, Americans should thank the 228 Republicans and Democrats who voted against the most socialist piece of legislation offered since Hillary Clinton’s failed attempt to nationalize medicine. Make the Banks Fix It I am familiar with several financial services companies.  These outfits are demanding price concessions to help them get …

Latest, Politics

Obama’s Midwest SS

I wrote three versions of this story over the weekend.  I didn’t publish any of them because I didn’t want police harassment and political persecution by St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert P. McCulloch.  I am embarrassed to admit this, but it demonstrates how dangerous the Democrat party is to American freedom. After months of abuse, …

Economy, Politics

John McCain Was Right About Bailout Vote

Barry “Himmler” Obama mocked John McCain for claiming that the administration’s $700 billion bailout plan lacked the votes to pass.  At the White House meeting last Thursday, Obama was insulting and abusive to everyone in the room.  The man who didn’t know that the inauguration is in January and not November appeared not to know …

Economy, Politics

McCain Honorable; Obama Not

John McCain took an enormous risk today by suspending his campaign for President in order to do his job as a Senator, party leader, and statesman.  He returned to Washington to help prevent an economic depression brought about by Obama’s financial advisors, among others. Barack Obama ratcheted up the heat on McCain and Bush, blaming …

Crime, Economy, Politics

Thief Jim Johnson Still Obama’s Economic Advisor

On the night that the President of the United States described America’s current economic condition in terms reminiscent of the Great Depression comes word from Ben Smith at Politico that one of the chief architects of the next depression, Countrywide and Fannie Mae thief James Johnson, is advising Barack Obama on how to proceed on …