By Carole on Nov 8, 2010
We now have the first sign that the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives will be holding the Obama administration accountable for it's over the top spending and hard to believe statistics. We also have the first sign of how the administration will react. Incoming Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-California) scheduled a meeting for today with Vice President Joe Biden, who oversees the administration's stimulus effort, to discuss accountability with regard to the $800+ billion stimulus bill and Mr. Biden has now postponed that meeting.
By Carole on Oct 23, 2010
Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota) delivered the Republicans' weekly address today centering on President Barack Obama's compulsive campaigning versus doing his actual job. "The president should spend less time campaigning to save the jobs of Democrats in Congress and more time trying to create jobs for the American people," said the potential 2012 presidential candidate. Ordinarily I'd disagree with the idea that the President of the United States can/should create jobs, but this particular president kept promising he would and therefore deserves to be judged on his failure to keep those promises.
By Carole on Oct 14, 2010
After Representative Steve Driehaus (D-Ohio) voted for the Obama agenda at every turn, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has pulled their resources from the freshman Congressman's campaign saving its cash for the precious few seats it has a chance to hold. So Mr. Dreihaus has put out his own low cost web video claiming he was abandoned by the Democratic Party because he supported the Democratic Party.
By Carole on Sep 6, 2010
President Barack Obama, suddenly aware that his politics and policies have done serious damage to the US economy in the 19 months he has been in office, today offered innovative and positive ideas to drastically lower government spending and replace job-killing legislation with reasonable and effective laws that encourage American companies to employ more Americans. Nah, just kidding. What he did was make another hyper-partisan speech calling for billions more in government spending and higher taxes on businesses while trying to blame others for his failures.
By Carole on Aug 28, 2010
Dueling rallies in Washington DC may be more exciting than another speech from a politician. The heated debate over building an Islamic Center near Ground Zero may be more inspiring than economic policies. But this week's GOP radio address delivered by Florida's Republican candidate for US Senate Marco Rubio is definitely worth our attention.