Sunday, March 29, 2009

Larwyn's Link Kerplosion: Obamanomics is in trouble

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If you like California, you'll love Obama's America: Kraushar
The Real Lobby and its Acolytes: Phillips
Pelosi crushed in polls: Rasmussen

Gregg slams the Obama plan: Gateway
Navy's award to Murtha is an Outrage: Marine Corps Times
Obama Town Hall Questioners Were Campaign Backers: WaPo

Economist: This is not the Obama we once knew: Fausta
Obamanomics: not economics, just ideology: AT (Fairchok)
Computer in China behind massive data theft: Prairie

How we got here: Art Cashin: MoneyRunner
Obamanomics is in trouble: Surber
In defense of liberty: A Jacksonian

A sharp man: American Digest
Another Hillary Blooper: Gateway
U.N. ‘Climate Change’ Plan ‘Lunacy on Steroids’: BMW

More proof global warming is bull: blizzards in spring: TAB
Mark Levin's Patton Speech: YouTube
How popular is Mark Levin?: YouTube

Slicing and dicing the recession: AT (Cary)
George Soros, the man who broke the Bank, sees a global meltdown: London Times
Suicide Bomber Blows Up His Own Going Away Party: Patriot Room

"Gives"? There's no "give" about rights: American Digest
Teleprompter One Speaks: Hedgehog
Letter: Time for term-limits has arrived: Herald-Bulletin

Obama's false choice: Steyn

the official position remains that only “the richest five percent” will have taxes increased. But you’ll be surprised at the percentage of Americans who wind up in the richest five percent. This year federal government spending will rise to 28.5 per cent of GDP, the highest level ever, with the exception of the peak of the Second World War. The 44th president is proposing to add more to the national debt than the first 43 presidents combined, doubling it in the next six years, and tripling it within the decade. But to talk about it in percentages of this and trillions of that misses the point. It’s not about bookkeeping, it’s about government annexation of the economy, and thus of life: government supervision, government regulation, government control. No matter how small your small business is — plumbing, hairdressing, maple sugaring — the state will be burdening you with more permits, more paperwork, more bureaucracy.

And don’t plan on moving. Ahead of this week’s G20 summit in London, Timothy Geithner, America’s beloved Toxic Asset, called for “global regulation.” “Our hope,” said Toxic Tim, “is that we can work with Europe on a global framework, a global infrastructure which has appropriate global oversight . . . ”

“Global oversight:” Hmm. There’s a phrase to savor.

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