Paul Krugman’s Welfare Lie

May 24, 2011

Yes, “Ferret-face” Krugman is at it again.  And this time he’s playing historical revisionist when it comes to Reagan’s legacy.

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The People Who Surround Barack Obama – Part 7

October 29, 2008

Continuing my ever popular series of the people with whom Barack Hussein Obama (a.k.a. The Nazarine) associates, we take a look at some of his business dealings.  I use the word “business” loosely, as socialists view business with a different perspective.  Doing business in a neo-Marxist sense means accumulating personal wealth, while spending everyone elses money in an attempt for self-aggrandizement.

The Nazarine perhaps said it more plainly: “spread the wealth around.”

For the record, robbing from the rich and giving to the poor is theft, no matter how you slice it.  It is the reason why the Founding Fathers were so hyped on little things like property rights.

Anyhoo…in this post we take a good look at Anthony Rezko, and Allison Davis.

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The People Who Surround Barack Obama – Part 6

October 23, 2008

In part 6 of this installment, we look at: Rashid Khalidi.

How close is Barack “The Nazarine” Obama to Rashid Khalidi?  Well:

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The People Who Surround Barack Obama – Part 2

October 10, 2008

It was Alice Palmer who hand-picked Barack Obama to run for her position in the Illinois State Senate.  Who is Alice Palmer?

You’re gonna love this one.  If you’re a patriotic liberal, you’re gonna cringe.

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The People Who Surround Barack Obama – Part 1

October 10, 2008

I’ve told people time and time again: “it’s not Barack Obama I’m worried about.  It’s the people he surrounds himself with.”  Whether it be Reverand Wright or Father Pflager, there is just something about the company Obama keeps that should give people a moment of pause.

Now, I started this thinking that I’d put this all in one post.  But I decided to split this up a bit, given the amount of information I was able to uncover publicly.  This is especially true with the subjects of the first post: William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

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