Stupid Obama Quote of the Month – March

March 20, 2009

I’m thinking about doing a series of stupid Obama quotes, and March gave me a choice quotation.

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Obama’s Amazing Transformation

March 18, 2009

Gosh, when Barack “The Nazarine” Obama was running around talking about “Hope and Change”, I guess people expected that he was something different than either Bush or McCain, right?

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Highlights of Obama’s First Few Months In Office.

March 10, 2009

I just thought I’d provide a few highlights updates for you from Obama’s first few months in office.

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Another Person on the Obama “Enemies List”

March 6, 2009

Ok, this is a more recent development.  The stock market is tanking, unemployment is now above 8%, and people are pulling their money out of healthcare stocks.

Now Jim Cramer – host of CNBC’s Mad Money, is going off on the Obama regime.

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Is The Economy Already In Recovery?

February 4, 2009

So here we got Barack “The Nazarine” Obama and socialist Democrats all lining up to go full-throttle Euro-socialist with the country.  Their arms are up in the air, they’re gnashing their teeth, wearing sackcloth and so on when it comes to the downturn in the economy.

Are things really that bad?

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This Is Just Too Funny!

January 29, 2009

Trolling around the Internet today, I come across a pretty funny article.  It may not actually look funny at first glance, but when you read between the lines, it’s kinda hysterical.

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The Great Depression, Make-work, Psychology, and Economics.

January 14, 2009

I’m sure if you’ve been watching the talking heads on TV, you’re probably getting your fair share of Great Depression hysteria.  The thing that advances the story is that we’re slipping into the next Great Depression.  It’s a load of crap.

So, let’s talk about the Great Depression.

What most people fail to understand is that there were two key things that drove the Great Depression: the European fall-out from WWI, and the Dust Bowl.  They also fail to understand that it wasn’t the policies of Franklin Roosevelt that got us out of the Great Depression.

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