Tag: 2012 elections
The US Constitution is designed in such way that if both parties control a branch of the federal government, or if control of the Congress is split between the two parties, then, as Glenn Kessler rightly noted last year – neither side can forever insist on nonnegotiable demands.
Unfortunately, Congress is unlikely to spend a full 4% of GDP, let alone 830 bn per year, on defense. It may very well avert sequestration (which Republicans and Democrats agree is a disastrous and dumb idea), and a Republican-controlled Congress might pass a defense budget slightly larger than the one proposed Obama. But that’s the best-case scenario the DOD can hope for.
Pandering Liberals always want to “help” people of color because they believe that life is inherently unfair and more difficult for them. This is liberal racism; the separation of individuals into groups based on the assumption that superficial differences are the dominant factors in their lives, and that because an individual is not born white, they are inherently at a disadvantage are dependent on the assistance of others .
It is easy to gradually devalue certain people, like children with disabilities, especially if it becomes an acceptable trend among the media and entertainment elite.
Who will be the greatest American President of the 21st century? No one yet knows. But whoever it is they must defeat Barak Obama in 2012.
Do not wussify this grand state with your “sodium initiatives!” Colorado is, after all, a state dotted with a hundred thousand salt-licks.
I believe an organization for teachers which is about politics and coercion as counterintuitive to the profession of teaching.
The 60s and 70s were a time not just of economic, social, and international crises, America was suffering with an identity crisis as well.
Some gasped, some tittered, and some guffawed, when a young man opened the door and announced, “Reagan has been shot!” I remember the breath escaping mylungs and the sinews in my body turning to steel.