Monday, September 29, 2008

A Little History. . .

. . .about how this crisis in the mortgage and financial markets came about. The source might annoy some, but the information is historically correct. Check it out.

Just an observation.

Bailout Doomed Early

I'm sure there will be a deal struck and more than likely, no matter how noble the intentions of those who vote for it, it will suck in the long run. This piece gives a somewhat slanted view. But it includes this little tidbit. . .

Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., chairman of the Financial Services Committee and a
leading negotiator in crafting the compromise bill, blamed breakaway Republicans
for killing the plan.

This is the same Barney Frank, nutcase supreme, that totally disregarded the warnings in 2003 and later. In the post below you can hear him say that there is no crisis on the horizon regarding Fannie and Freddie and if they failed the government wouldn't bail them out. NOW HE'S CRAFTING THE BILL. Hmmmm. We don't see much of that being played on newscasts across the country nowadays. They just keep blaming Bush and never mention his administration's warnings.

Just an observation.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Mortgage Crisis Warnings Ignored By Democrats

Here's some video to confirm it. Pay close attention to Barney Frank. He was nuts back then as well. This was September of 2003. After years of warnings from the Bush administration, when all is reported this entire crisis will be Bush's fault. Why wouldn't it be. . . everything else is. The Donks didn't like the message so they ignored it.

Just a thought.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

New York Times Starting On Palin

It took a little longer than expected, but here they come. The New York Times less than objective reporting is coming out against Sarah Palin. What took so long? Maybe Johnny Mac caught them a little with their pants down. Take a look.

But an examination of her swift rise and record as mayor of Wasilla and then
governor finds that her visceral style and penchant for attacking critics — she
sometimes calls local opponents “haters” — contrasts with her carefully crafted
public image.

Does this translate to Palin is a hard nosed bitch? I think I'm liking her more all the time. Except for her failing to subscribe to the socialism thing, Hitlery Clinton voters should like her more as well. The whole idea is to get things done when you play in the political arena. Sure, there are some who just want to hang on, keep their careers alive and basically do nothing. They tend to stay in legislatures. Except for Joe Biden, not too many make it to a presidential ticket.

So far though she falls far behind Hitlery Clinton in one huge category - mysterious deaths of those around you.

Just an observation.

Sunday, September 07, 2008

McCain-Palin Moving Up In Polls

Well, The Baron said months ago that if McCain had any chance of winning the election he had to pick Sarah Palin as his running mate. If so, he said, McCain could win forty (40) states. Last election, The Baron called forty-nine (49) states correctly with his only miss being Wisconsin. There turned out to be enough fraud up there to keep him from a perfect state by state prediction. I thought maybe his conservative bent was running rampant. Then, I did a little research into Palin and came to agree. Ol' BC is giddy about her selection.

Johnny Mac has inched ahead in the most recent polls. The main stream media will undoubtedly intensify their attacks on Palin. I don't know how it can be much more brutal, but I'm sure there is something they can hammer her on. To date they have been relentless. Why would one expect anything else?

BTW, if Oprah doesn't want to interview her until after the election that's her prerogative. It's Oprah's show. Now if Sarah has a book coming out prior to the election . . .

Just a thought.