Leftwinger Noam Chomsky on the meaning of the results of the November election:
“You could almost interpret it a kind of death knell for the species.”
Victor Davis Hanson:
“So I predict that 18 months from now the president himself will still be calling for a new civility . . . and will once again adopt the sorts of over-the-top metaphors, similies, allusions, and rough-stuff politics that got him elected senator in 2004 and president in 2008, and pushed his health-care legislation through in 2009. If anything, the language of division will be shriller even than in 2010 . . .”
You can’t make this stuff up—Glenn Beck casts some sunlight on a well-known Marxist agitator and she goes whining to The New York Times that the truth is causing her some problems with those not marching lockstep with her extremist ideology.
If she believes what she writes, why doesn’t she openly defend her positions instead of trying to shut down debate?
The House GOP released a list of $2.5 trillion in spending cuts. Go to the link and take a look— “the most vulnerable among us” will not suffer one whit.
There are at least this many cuts that could be made in Illinois government without hurting the poor and needy. The Illinois GOP needs to make a similar list and demand these low-hanging fruits be plucked before they agree to borrow more money to fund the pensions the Democrats looted.
Barack Obama on the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade:
“… government should not intrude on private family matters.”
Keith Olbermann to be named White House Press Secretary?