his third vacation this month; it was also recently revealed that the VP -- good old "Lunch bucket Joe" -- flies every week or so to Delaware to get his hair
Also this week, it was revealed that Attorney General Eric Holder -- who claims that the United States is a "nation of cowards" for its abysmal treatment of non-whites -- flew himself, his daughters, their boyfriends, and his personal security detail to the Belmont Stakes, the third leg of the Triple Crown, in a U.S. government Gulfstream V. The multi-, multi-millionaire Holder generously reimbursed the U.S. taxpayer a grand total of $955 for the five seats (for you math-challenged progressive nutjobs out there, that's less than $200 a ticket for a flight that cost the taxpayer tens of thousands of dollars).
That's what Mark Levin says... and Mark Levin is right.
The reason I say that liberalism is the philosophy of the stupid is because we can look at what's going around in the country today. If, in your own lives, you were pursuing policies that were destroying your own home ownership, that were destroying your own job, that were creating a massive, impossible debt for your family and your children in particular, you'd stop it. You wouldn't keep doing it!
And yet for the liberal, if it's imposed on you -- and they feel that they can be immune from it -- they're for it.
They wouldn't do to themselves and their own family what they're doing to you, and your family, and the whole nation.
It's just like Peter Schweizer's great book documents: the country club Marxists running the federal government specialize in "Do As I Say (Not As I Do)." This week, President Obama played his
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