New Obama Poster: “Boy Wonder” to “Joker”?

as seen in LA

as seen in LA

May be tough to get to Noel Sheppard’s blog but here’s the link. Got the pic here but he got it from Tammy Bruce’s (radio host) blog… Love the poster and yes, the title of my post came from a comment made by metaphorsbwithu on the blog.

Let’s see how this poster does…


Video: Timeline of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac Worries


April 2003 – Bush Admin warns of financial issues via Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac if regulation not implemented
Sept 2003 – Barney Frank says worries about Fannie/Freddie was fanciful and blocks legislation to regulate
May 2005 – Greenspan warns of systemic financial risk of not regulating Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac after accounting screw-ups come to light
Charles Schumer (D) pushes back
May 2006 – McCain pressing for more regulation of Fannie & Freddie. House passes (all Dems vote against) Republicans don’t bring to Senate for vote.

How is Barney Frank on the Financial Services Committee?

NYC’s New Archbishop: Won’t Shy Away From Moral Issues

The day after new Archbishop Timothy Dolan was installed in his new home, the Governor of NY, David Patterson announced a try to legalize “same-sex marriage” in NY.

    “I think it’s a laugh in the face of the new archbishop,” Sen. Diaz said before the meeting. “The Jews just finished their holy week. The Catholics just received the new archbishop. The evangelical Christians just celebrated Good Friday and resurrection. He comes out to do this at this time? It’s a challenge the governor is sending to every religious person in New York and the time for us has come for us to accept the challenge.”

Luckily for New Yorkers, Archbishop Dolan has promised:

    …he would meet with advisers to discuss the most effective way to communicate the positions of the Catholic Church on “controversial moral issues.”

    He said he would continue to “preach the truth” and “apply the immutable teachings of Jesus and his Church to contemporary situations,” including same-sex marriage.

    While rejecting the “bully pulpit” label as having aggressive and bitter connotations, he stressed he will not “shy away from [controversial topics] and won’t sidestep them.” He promised to articulate the Church’s position and remain “active and present” on principles related to faith and morals.


New World Order, Bank CEO’s Watch Out: Deal With the Devil…

In an effort to be viewed as fair and equitable, a bank CEO is going to be on the chopping block. Conservatives would suggest that perhaps the Union should be on the chopping block too.

President Obama’s globalist adventure continues:

    …an increasingly confident Geithner predicted the “strongest coordinated global response” in generations would help revive the world’s fractured economy…”And that’s why it’s so important that we’re moving together with the world to try to make sure we bring recovery back. And the world is with the president on this.”

It’s a World Order thing..


Obama Book Deal: Cashing in on the Presidency?

Why couldn’t President Obama wait until he was out of the office to sign a book deal? Article.

Classic! Dodd & Obama: I didn’t do it, he made me do it.

    Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd said the Obama administration asked him to insert a provision in last month’s $787 billion economic- stimulus legislation that had the effect of authorizing American International Group Inc.’s bonuses.

Also, let’s not forget that the original TARP bill was voted FOR by the President and Mr. Dodd (D)-CT.

CA Woes Continue. More Hot Air & Less Action = Budget Crisis

Aka: Bigger Gov’t = Bigger Costs = Bigger Taxes = Less Productivity = Lower Revenues which SHOULD = Less Gov’t = Lower Costs…

There has to be a basic understanding that when you are over budget, you must either find new resources or cut your expenses. The money isn’t a figment of our imagination.

    “From June 2008 to February 2009, most state agencies either increased or kept the same number of full-time employees, according to a Bee analysis of personnel data. The state also failed to lay off as many part-time employees during the crisis as promised by the governor.”

    …Ted Costa of People’s Advocate, a government watchdog group, said slowing bureaucratic growth isn’t good enough.

    “Government needs to be cut, squeezed and streamlined. It needs to get smaller,” Costa said. “Instead, the governor is doing stylistic things, like getting rid of lower-paid part-time help, instead of doing something substantial.”

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