Archive for 13 Mar 2012

It’s time to impeach Obama. The lawlessness of this administration must come to an end. Impeach, or vote this bastard out of office. Either way, I’m good with it. I prefer impeachment though. That sends a message to the other shit-heel liberals that they are not above the law.

9 of 10 in poll: Time for impeachment

Biggest response would link removal to eligibility dispute

An unscientific poll today revealed that nearly 9 in 10 respondents say it’s time now to move on impeachment proceedings for Barack Obama.

The WND poll revealed that of nearly 10,000 votes by this evening, only handsful picked negative responses to the question, “Is it a smart idea to pursue impeachment of Obama now?”

The biggest individual number, 28 percent, would link the action now to the dispute over his eligibility, and questions whether he is qualified to hold the office of president. That segment, numbering nearly 2,600 votes, said, “Yes, if not for his military use, then for his other high crimes, such as not being eligible, his phony birth certificate, and fake Social Security number.”

Other categories with “yes” answers totaled another 60-some percent. Included were “Yes” at nearly 15 percent, “Yes, it’s’ way past time,” at 13 percent, “Yes, or else America is done for” at 11 percent, “Yes, but only if concrete, beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence is assured” at 9 percent, “Yes, it will at least publicize to Americans his crimes before the election” at nearly 7 percent, “Yes, it’s a good idea to at least lay the groundwork for whatever his next offense is” at nearly 4 percent.

via 9 of 10 in poll: Time for impeachment.

Posted: 13 Mar 2012 in Politics

Muslims are not friendly to other religions. Don’t think that they will be tolerant of anything other than Islam. It’s proven, over and over again.

And to spite the unemployed in their state. This is just a reminder of what public sector unions are really about. They don’t care that this has the potential to get upwards of 2000 people working (union), just that Scott Walker doesn’t look good through job creation.

And this quote is killer:

Prior to their endorsement of former Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk to run against Walker in the recall election, the unions extracted a pledge that she would veto any state budget that did not restore any and all of their pre-Walker privileges regardless of the consequences to the state, its citizens, and its business interests.

And you wonder why PSUs are not popular? It’s not hard to see through this. The Democrats once again prove that they are NOT for the people, just their cronies and the unions.

On March 6, every Democrat in the Wisconsin State Senate, and one Republican, voted down a bill that could have streamlined the permit process and permitted the development of an iron mine in a depressed area of northern Wisconsin. The mine would have initially employed 600 to 700 workers (eventually as many as 2,200) and injected at least 1.5 billion dollars into the local economy. Additionally, it would have proven a boon to Joy Manufacturing and Falk Corp., two major manufacturers of mining equipment located in Milwaukee.

Following the vote, Gogebic Taconite, the proposed developer, announced that they were abandoning efforts in Wisconsin. Their comments: “Senate rejection of the mining reforms in Assembly Bill 426 sends a clear message that Wisconsin will not welcome iron mining. We get the message. GTac is ending plans to invest in a Wisconsin mine.”

Comments by Democrat Senators and by Dale Schultz, the lone Republican who voted against the Bill, included the citation of environmental concerns. The statements were flatly rejected by Cathy Stepp, secretary of Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources, who stated that her agency would have been able to permit an iron mine in northern Wisconsin without harming the environment and blasted opponents of the permitting bill for “fear-mongering” (Wisconsin State Journal, March 9, 2012). She referenced the fact that the Army Corps of Engineers and the EPA had been involved from the first and that their continued monitoring would ensure safety in the water supply and the environment generally.

via Articles: Democrats Kill Wisconsin Jobs to Spite Governor Scott Walker.

Yeah, you read that correctly. $46 BILLION a year. No wonder entrepreneurs aren’t hiring.

Even though Bush had more regulations, they were 5 times less expensive than Obama’s.

The bold edits are mine.

Regulation Nation: New study finds Obama’s regs cost $46 billion a year

Some 10,215 new federal regulations from the Obama administration are costing consumers, businesses and the economy overall $46 billion annually, more than five times the regulatory price tag of former President Bush in his first three years in office. Worse: just implementing those regulations had a one-time additional cost of $11 billion, according to a Heritage Foundation analysis provided to Washington Secrets.

Ironically, Bush instituted more regulations, 10,674, but they cost just $8.1 billion annually, said the Heritage report, titled “Red Tape Rising: Obama and Regulation at the Three Year Mark.” It will be released Tuesday.

The analysis backs ups complaints from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other business groups that the president’s regulations are stalling the economy and employment growth. It also calls into question Obama’s promise to put the breaks on new regulations and his State of the Union bragging about issuing less red tape than Bush.

The fact is, said Heritage’s review, hundreds more costly regulations are coming, especially those targeting energy companies and Wall Street. They threaten “to further weaken an anemic economy and job creation,” said Heritage’s James Gattuso and Diane Katz.

via Regulation Nation: New study finds Obama’s regs cost $46 billion a year | Washington Examiner.