Yesterday a friend commented here that he still wasn’t sure he could vote for Romney for all the reasons that have bothered many in the conservative camp. I responded that I shared his concerns; but, that I was going to support Romney because I had no reason to believe he is a Marxist and every […]Read more "Will A Romney Administration Have To Deal With The Debt Crisis?"
Einstein is credited with saying that insanity is doing the samething over and over and expecting different results. Americans have demonstrated their insanity for at least the last 100 years. We keep electing either Republicans or Democrats to run our Federal government and we keep getting the same results. Both political parties are statist in […]Read more "Is Insanity Here To Stay? What About A Third Party?"
Does anyone believe that the so-called Super Committee is going to come up with a deficit reduction plan amenable to both sides by the self imposed deadline? Right. When pigs fly! This is not a happy state of affairs. If there is no agreement reached, then automatic cuts in discretionary spending kick-in, in which the defense […]Read more "Anyone for Poker?"
Hey, Mr. President, are you paying attention yet? Your constituency is telling you something _ no, correct that _ they are screaming for your attention, Mr. President. Democratic state Assemblyman David Weprin was supposed win New York’s 9th district seat which was vacated by the resignation of Anthony Weiner earlier this year. Turner, a political […]Read more "Weiner Seat Goes Republican in a Landslide Win By Bob Turner"
The interaction of supply and demand in determining the price of a goods and services and even labor works very effectively when the markets are truly free. That is not to say the one will necessarily be happy with the result that the law of supply and demand produces and this is especially true in the […]Read more "The Law of Supply and Demand in the Labor Market"
Stephen Stromberg writing for the Washington Post asked: “The GOP can attack what it doesn’t like, but can it govern?” He then goes on to attack Republicans for wanting to do away with many EPA regulations with no concern for the environment. here is some of what he had to say: Now, Republicans have outlined […]Read more "EPA _ Protecting the Environment or Killing the Economy?"
Among we conservative bloggers, there are many erudite intellectuals. Some of these very bright people are capable of making very compelling arguments for positions that are contrary to positions of most conservatives. Let me describe a recent case in point. Recently a blogger, for whom I have the utmost respect and who definitely is one […]Read more "Why America Should Not Support Moderate or Centrist Republicans in 2012"
And I am not talking about the risk of default on our natinal debt or who will or will not get paid if the debt ceiling isn’t raised. the stakes are Obama’s political future against the political future of the Republican Party. In this particular poker game, jokers are wild. So how will or should each […]Read more "Debt Ceiling Debate __ It’s High Stakes Poker"
Ten days ago I proposed a plan for the Republicans to solve the deficit problem by refusing to raise the debt ceiling and dump the deficit problem in Obama’s lap. I thought it was a pretty good plan. I did get some support from my readers but you would have to describe it as less than […]Read more "Debt Ceiling __ The Focus Should Be On The Debt and Not The Deficits"
The following poem was originally published by The Bard of Murdock on Thursday, June 30, 2011. ___________________________________________________ President Piqued at Presser Article link: President criticizes Congress; Republicans respond True leadership can be a grind; It takes a steady hand. It keeps one from important things Like travel, sun and sand. So I prefer […]Read more "It’s Sunday with The Bard of Murdock"