More than 300,000 people file for unemployment each week. If they can find another job, the overwhelming chance is that job will only be part time and low-paying. So goes the Obama/Democrat vision and direction for the U.S. economy.
Congratulations, those laid off from Spirit AeroSystems. If you filed for unemployment benefits, you have morphed from being a productive member of society to being a lowlife taker and cheat in your senators’ and representatives’ eyes. Even if you are employed by Election Day, don’t forget how little they thought of you.
If Benghazi is such a scandal, why did Congress not investigate the 13 Benghazis that happened during the Bush administration?
Does Obama think he could have looked like the teens charged in the brutal beating of their classmate on a school bus, too? Looks can be deceiving. Content of character is not skin-deep. Maybe our president should have reviewed the Zimmerman/Martin facts without his own racial bias before speaking.
If that had been three white kids beating one black kid on that bus in Florida, the media would be all over the race card.
Obama appeared on Jay Leno’s show and provided proof again that he makes far more speech gaffes than George Bush and Sarah Palin combined.
Maybe Vladimir Putin granted Edward Snowden asylum knowing President Obama would cancel their meeting. We are tired of listening to him as well.
See how weak Obama is? He couldn’t even persuade Putin to give Snowden to us and not give him asylum.
Another study of public education confirms the U.S. is making no progress despite enormous expenditures of public funds. Among 49 nations we rank 25th in math, 17th in science and 14th in reading. As long as the teachers’ unions call the shots, little will improve.
I stopped reading columnist Cal Thomas ages ago. So I suppose I also stopped reading the ads across the fold from his putrid drivel.
Sixty years have come and gone since the Korean War, along with the inaugurations of 12 presidents. President Obama awards the Medal of Honor to Father Emil Kapaun. Perhaps Kapaun will perform another miracle and open the eyes of Rep. Tim Huelskamp.
We should all be thankful for the foresight of M.S. “Mitch” Mitchell and his vision for building the Big Ditch in the 1950s. That has saved many of us from having our homes flooded for more than 50 years. Thank you, Mitch.