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Casey does an excellent job at his blog, and his post on The Case Against Universal Health Care rocks. So I'm just gonna point to what he said and introduce you to his site, if you haven't been there before.

ETC: And to help his point along, the Boston Globe gives some facts regarding the stimulus "saved or created" jobs numbers cited by the Obama administration:

"There were no jobs created. It was just shuffling around of the funds."
Via HotAir.

Government-run enterprises fail. That's just the truth. Anybody else who wants to believe otherwise doesn't have the facts at their disposal or they refuse to look at the facts. Either way, they don't look smart.

Love your kids? Care about their future? Don't vote for socialist politicians.


by Brett Rogers, 11/12/2009 6:38:19 AM


I like to watch Bulls&Bears on Fox on Saturday's. This weeks show really hit the nail on the head. They brought in the democratic strategist, who essentially served as the sacrificial lamb. Every political argument was destroyed, numbers provided by the administration discredited. The panel even accused this administration of being the most anti-capitalism in history.

From tearing apart the stimulus package (so glad it kept unemployment below 8% LOL) to pointing out that in Obama's inner circle there isn't a single person with any true private sector business experience.

Stimulus has managed to do one thing. Grow government. From Fannie/Freddie to Government Motors. By taking the "risk" out of the private sector, you essentially destroy capitalism.

Rush really had it right when he said he wanted to see Obama fail. For if he succeeds, it is the end of capitalism.



Posted by Pale Rider, 11/15/2009 9:53:40 PM

2010, my friend. And then 2012.



Posted by Brett Rogers (, 11/16/2009 8:22:20 AM

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