Instead of lying to the American people about their role in the sequester cuts by pinning the blame for job losses on the GOP, Democrats should ask why their party insists on waging war against job creators by dreaming up ways to scare away jobs.
Are you sick of hearing members of Congress pontificate about the plight of working families when you know they are trying to justify spending our tax dollars to benefit themselves? If lawmakers were concerned about working families they would have given this year’s withholding tax increase a second thought.
With aggressive plans that may or may not involve Congress and will definitely not include conservatives, the White House has to be creative when it comes to passing new laws. One trick is to use lots of buzzwords with hidden meanings that cover up liberal lies only Obama supporters understand.
Author’s note: this work in progress began while Barack Obama was still in office. Now Joe Biden sits on his Oval Office throne and signs orders while his party takes away our freedoms one by one.
In just four months’ time we lost a freedom most of us probably don’t even think about: the freedom to not be resentful of our fellow Americans.
Now that our highest court has helped to affirm the Obama Plan and has admitted that America’s new health care system is a tax, many of us are feeling a lot like our forefathers did more than two centuries ago. We like to think we have come far since 1776, but in one big way very little has changed, even though government health care would have been as unheard of to the colonists as space flight.
Are Democrats waking up to what they have done? Are they on the run from the damage created by their belief that something good will come from their recession-enabled opportunism? The party speaks of teachers unable to earn a decent living, illegals discriminated against in their new country, unemployed Americans with futures stolen by the wealthy, and a war led by Republicans “endangering millions of women.”¹
Should conservatives save themselves a lot of heartache and throw in the towel now? Republicans seem unable to get their message out without looking like villains (see: Do Republicans Want to be America’s Enemies?). With so many prime targets and renewed support from women a possibility thanks to Hilary Rosen, did House GOP members have to select a program to fund the newest bailout that could be used to throw women’s health in their faces?