Tag Archive for "Democrats"

Pay No Taxes, Get No Vote

  No one who does not pay federal taxes should have the right to vote – period.  We have finally reached the tipping point in America where those that have no financial stake in our government outnumber those that do.  More than 200 years ago both the Founding Fathers and philosophers predicted the day when…
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Why Is It OK To Pick On Wage Earners?

  Looming ahead of President Obama in the next 50 days is mandatory 11% across the board cuts for most federal government departments including devastating cuts to the Department of Defense.  As part of a deal cut before the election, these cuts will automatically take place unless reversed by new legislation.  The center of this…
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Will Obama Destroy The Country Or Move To The Middle?

  America stands at a cross-roads and the next four years could be a period of complete economic stagnation coupled with continually exploding national debt edging the United States to a Greece-like fate with an ever diminishing position of power in the world, or it could be a period of recovery, healing and restoration of…
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President Joe Biden? Think Benghazi And Fast & Furious

  I will never forget a comprehensive poll taken just before the 1972 Presidential election in which less than 1% of Americans knew what Watergate was.  One of the biggest political scandals in United States history that occurred months before the election had nary a ripple on the electorate at the time but eventually led…
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My Turn To Eat Crow

  I was wrong.  No excuses, no whining – I was simply wrong.  It was not Romney early and often.  President Obama and the Democrats won a tough fought victory holding onto the Presidency and increasing their advantage in the Senate from a 53-47 starting point.  I had been preaching for weeks that the key…
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Huge Images Of Obama Remain Inside Polling Places, Return Of The Black Panthers

  Frequent followers of Thinking Right know that about 5% of our stories here are spoofs while the remaining 95% are real hard news and commentary.  This story is part of the 95% and none of the photo’s here have been modified.  Folks voting in the 35th precinct in Philadelphia were greeted by a wall size…
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United Nations Troops, Repeat Voters & Adolf Hitler

  No matter how much we all might disagree about the issues and the candidates, I hope the one thing that we all agree on is that the meaning of our votes are not diluted or diminished by voter fraud, election fraud or voter intimidation.  Unfortunately, there have already been multiple incidents of electronic voting…
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Obama Lies (Part 1) – Some Jeep Manufacturing IS Moving To China

  It is so frustrating to watch Obama stand before a crowd and call Governor Romney a liar at the top of his lungs.  I just want to stand up and yell “LIAR!” back at my television.  Knowing that if I did that my children would stop wondering if I was a little crazy and…
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Close, Schmose – Romney Wins Early In Landslide

  Never one to avoid putting myself out there, I decided to break from normal journalistic fear and actually make myself accountable for my projections for next Tuesday.  I have gone through all of the polls with a fine tooth comb and this is how I think things are going to play out next week….
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John And Ken’s 2012 California Voter’s Guide

From KFI AM 640 Election Headquarters – http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/Election.html?feed=452967&article=10448674   U.S. Presidential Race: MITT ROMNEY/PAUL RYAN ——————————————————— U.S. Senate Race: ELIZABETH EMKEN ——————————————————— L.A. County District Attorney: DECISION PENDING Alan Jackson- Gang Homicide Prosecuter Jackie Lacey- Chief Deputy D.A.   ——————————————————— Proposition 30: VOTE NO Increases personal income tax on annual earnings over $250,000 for seven…
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Is The Right To Live Less Important Than The Right To Vote?

  Watching the movie “Contagion” last night one of my oddball thoughts was thrust into my mind: “do Americans believe that the right to live is less important than the right to vote?”  In that movie a highly contagious new virus with a high mortality rate kills millions of people world-wide until late in the…
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The Presidential Candidates, Social Issues, and the Constitution (Part 3 of 3) –

    “The Abuse of Power”   In Part 2 of this discussion I covered how the U.S. Constitution established three branches of government, each with specific duties (Separation of Powers), which provided a system of Checks and Balances. This was done to prevent any single branch of government from becoming more powerful than the…
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