Monday, February 23, 2009

Lets recap class...


1. The American people elect a black president with a total of 42 days experience as a U S Senator from the most politically corrupt state in America whose governor is ousted from office. The President's first official act is to close Gitmo and make sure Terrorists civil rights are not violated.
2. The U.S. Congress rushes to confirm a black Attorney General, Eric Holder, whose law firm we later find out represents seventeen Gitmo Terrorists.
3. The CIA Boss, Leon Penetta with absolutely no experience, has a daughter Linda we find out, that is a true radical anti-American activist who is a supporter of all the Anti-American regimes in the western hemisphere.
4. We got the most corrupt female in America as Secretary of State; bought and paid for.
5. We got a Tax Cheat for Treasury Secretary who files his own taxes.
6. A Commerce Secretary nominee who withdrew due to corruption charges.
7. A Tax cheat nominee for Chief Performance Officer who withdrew under charges.
8. A Labor Sec'y nominee who withdrew under charges of unethical conduct.
9. A Sec'y HHS nominee who withdrew under charges of cheating on his taxes.

And that's just the first two weeks . . . but who's counting.
America is being run by the modern-day Three Stooges ~ Barrack, Nancy , and Harry ~ and they are still trying to define stimulus.
Stimulus is where the government gives a smidgen of your tax dollars back to you making you feel so good about yourself [stimulated] that you want to run out to Wal-Mart and buy a new Chinese-made HDTV and go home and watch Telemundo!

Bush was right all along...

Sunday, February 15, 2009

No guys, really no rush....

President Obama has spent weeks trying to rush congress to pass some sort of stimulus bill. Now that congress has passed it, President Obama has taken the weekend off. Sounds like a hurry up and wait situation to me...

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Obama's new Tax Plan

Would Create Budget Surplus, Experts Believe

President Barack Obama is mulling a controversial new tax program that would require members of his Cabinet to pay taxes owed under the Federal tax code, the White House confirmed today.
While the unorthodox tax proposal is reportedly "only in the planning stages," it is being eyed as a possible way to balance the Federal budget.
"According to projections, if members of the Cabinet actually paid their taxes, we could wind up with a budget surplus in excess of $18.2 billion," said Obama economic adviser Paul Volker.

Mr. Volker said he strongly favored the plan, but added, "Fortunately for me, I'm not officially in the Cabinet." But imposing taxes on Cabinet members may be easier said than done, critics of the plan warn. "Remember, these people are not used to paying taxes," said one White House source. "They are going to be hopping mad about this."

Another wrinkle in the plan is how the taxes would actually be collected, with President Obama reportedly favoring a cash-at-the-door entry fee for every Cabinet meeting.
"If they don't have the money, they don't get in," said the source. "They're not going to be able to just sail into the White House for free like the Jonas Brothers."

When told of Mr. Obama's plan to make his Cabinet members pay taxes, Fmr. Sen. Tom Daschle responded, "Whew! Sounds like I dodged a bullet."

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Portman announces new Campaign Manager!


Cincinnati, Ohio - Rob Portman announced today that he has hired leading political strategist Bob Paduchik as his campaign manager. Paduchik will begin his new role with Portman for Senate on February 7.

"Bob is a star in Ohio politics. He's one of the most successful political strategists in Ohio and a high integrity guy who is well respected across the board. I am honored that after all of the successful races he has managed in Ohio that he is joining our team as campaign manager," said Portman. "This will be a hard fought contest and we need the best team that we can put on the field."

"Making Rob Portman Ohio's next Senator is critically important to the future of Ohio and to the nation," said Paduchik. "I'm proud to be a part of Rob's campaign which has already secured an unparalleled level of grassroots support."

Bob is leaving his current role as a strategic public affairs consultant to assume the campaign manager position for Portman for Senate.

Over the last twenty years, Bob has earned extensive experience in Ohio politics, most notably delivering the battleground state as the Ohio Campaign Manager for President George W. Bush's reelection. He has also worked on several successful Gubernatorial and Congressional campaigns.

Bob also served as Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Office of Intergovernmental, External & Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy in 2001.

Bob is a native of Tallmadge, Ohio and a graduate of the University of Akron. He and his wife, Amanda, and their two children will relocate to Columbus, Ohio.

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Paid for by Portman For Senate Committee.