Eight Years of Massive Spending and the Slowest Economic Recovery In History

…we are growing our debt dramatically faster than we are growing our country—even when we include inflation. —The US’ debt $100 trillion of unfunded liabilities

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The shear hypocrisy of Obama goes way back.  In 2006, while serving his first term as a freshman U.S. senator from Illinois, Barack Obama made those remarks during a discussion in the U.S. Senate prior to the call for votes on raising the debt limit.

‘The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the US Government can not pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government’s reckless fiscal policies. Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that “the buck stops here.” Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better.’

(The full text of his remarks, on raising the debt limit, in the Senate on 16 March 2006 can be found here.)

Obama’s presidency will end with a little more than a $20 trillion dollar national debt. Unfunded liabilities has reached over $100 trillion at local, state, and federal levels.

This is a visual perspective of just $17 trillion and showing a visual of the unfunded $100 trillion debt.

The national debt grew the most dollar-wise during President Obama’s two terms. He will have added over $8 trillion, almost 70 percent increase, in eight years.

Great job!

Feel The ‘Bern’

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Bernie Sanders: ‘My Job’ Is to Make Sure Hillary Clinton Is Elected President.

Just another backdoor, mealymouthed politician.

It’s all about the POWER and the MONEY needed to control the unwashed masses.

He’s a traitor to those who supported his lunacy.

An American Patriot

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Remembering one of America’s most influential men-Thomas Paine.

Without the pen of Paine, the sword of Washington would have been wielded in vain. –Joel Barlow, American diplomat and poet

Thomas Paine and “Common Sense” were controversial at the time but sparked a revolutionary spirit that continues to inspire today.

“Common Sense” Published in 1776, Common Sense challenged the authority of the British government and the royal monarchy. The plain language that Paine used spoke to the common people of America and was the first work to openly ask for independence from Great Britain.

Happy Independence Day, America!

 

Today’s Lesson: White Privilege

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An elite Manhattan school is teaching white students as young as 6 that they’re born racist and should feel guilty benefiting from “white privilege,” while heaping praise and cupcakes on their black peers.

generalize
: to make a general statement or form a general opinion; especially : to state an opinion about a larger group that is based on a smaller number of people or things within that group
: to apply (something specific, such as a theory or rule) to larger group

Since the administrators at-the Bank Street School for Children-are generalizing that all whites are born racist, then would it would be fair to say that all blacks are born stupid and violent.  I think not!

Where does it all end!  

Administrators at the Bank Street School for Children on the Upper West Side claim it’s a novel approach to fighting discrimination, and that several other private New York schools are doing it, but even liberal parents aren’t buying it.

They complain the K-8 school of 430 kids is separating whites in classes where they’re made to feel awful about their “whiteness,” and all the “kids of color” in other rooms where they’re taught to feel proud about their race and are rewarded with treats and other privileges.

Read more here.

Bill’s and Loretta’s Callous Hobnobbing

In regards to Bill and Loretta’s ‘innocent’ meeting: “clearly the Clintons, the Obama administration, and their associates still lack an ethical or moral compass.”

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Personal Responsibility or Racism

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Let me start out by stating that I am far from being an O’Reilly sympathizer or a Trump (or any of the 2016 candidates) supporter. With that being said…

From the April 4 edition of Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor: O’Reilly asked Trump if he or his staff had a strategy to negate the perception that Trump was a racist. O’Reilly asked Trump what his message was to the African-American community.  Trump responded that his message was that he was going to bring jobs back to the country…the jobs that have been taken out of the United States…

Then O’Reilly asked him about the grievance industry run by Al Sharpton.  O’Reilly stated that we need to bring prosperity to not just the blacks, but to all Americans.   Referring to the black community, he then asked Trump how he was going to deal with the past atrocities that they and their ancestors had to live through…How are you going to deal with that?  O’Reilly pressed Trump for an answer.  Trump’s answer was, “it’s an economic message”…

Here is where the Left loses their minds. Blog after blog, after blog have written the continuing interview like this:

Trump: “I’m telling you, it’s an economic message,” Trump said. “If you look at President Obama, he’s been a president for almost 8 years, it will be 8 years, you have with black youth, with African-American youth, you have a 59 percent unemployment.”

O’Reilly: “But how are you going to get jobs for them?” O’Reilly interjected. “Many of them are ill-educated and have tattoos on their foreheads, and I hate to be generalized about it, but it’s true. If you look at all the educational statistics, how are you going to get jobs for people who aren’t qualified for jobs?”

Because of that exchange between the two, O’Reilly is-again-being vilified as a racist.

This is the actual dialogue between the two:

“I’m telling you, it’s an economic message,” Trump said. “If you look at President Obama, he’s been a president for almost 8 years, it will be 8 years, you have with black youth, with African American youth, you have a 59 percent unemployment.”  WITH PEOPLE OF PRIME AGE, IT’S MUCH HIGHER.

“But how are you going to get jobs for them?” O’Reilly interjected. “Many of them are ill-educated and have tattoos on their foreheads, and I hate to be generalized about it, but it’s true. If you look at all the educational statistics, how are you going to get jobs for people who aren’t qualified for jobs?”

How deceivingly convenient that “WITH PEOPLE OF PRIME AGE, IT’S MUCH HIGHER” is left out of the written conversation!  Was Trump alluding to the black community or to all American’s of prime age?

And, does it matter?  We know that most people of prime age, (albeit black, white, etc) are inking up their bodies.  And we do know that the black community (more than any other community) is struggling with education, black on black crime and the break-down of the family.   Yet, all of these struggles are across the board with all races, but most are occurring in the black community.

Why is it racist to point out things that are causing the black community not to rise above the conflicts that keep them down?  If we can’t own up to the truth, (albeit black, white, etc) how in the hell do you expect others to be sympathetic with the conflicts tearing apart your communities?