Bailing Out the Big Three Has No Sensibility

The Answer For The Auto Industry Is Bankruptcy.

Authored by:  William Robert Barber

Bailing out GM, Ford, and Chrysler how absurd and contrary to the practice of business sensibility! What would normally constitute factionists contesters: The ‘Big Three’ (auto manufactures and world-wide distributors) have found a symbiotic simpatico with its union’s management-their rank and file, the creditor vendors, auto-industry bond/shareholders, and the governing liberal democrats. Such an interesting confederation of transactional counter-parties; what could possibly be the reasoning that binds them?Read More »

Will Obama Actually Give Money to the Poor?

Thank You Obama – At Least for the Market Stimulus in Poster Sales!

Authored by William Robert Barber

The Game Is Afoot: The Liberals have conjured together their answer-to-the-crises-team soon the differing between their agenda and the Republican agenda will become evident. My expectation is that the Obama select will follow the razor’s edge between appeasing their union faction’s interest, the lobbying efforts of the entrenched die-hard socialist-liberal idealist, and finding where possible a compromise with their blue-dog representatives/republican moderates.

I am eager to see the contrast (if any) between the politically inspired campaign pledges and the actual’s submitted for congressional approval. Will the Democrats actually give money to those peoples described by Obama as poor or poorer? Or will Obama instead give a tax break to the rich and corporate because the financial crises persuade his advisors to rethink their social engineering in favor of growing the economy?

I do not think that Obama can lead from the leftist side of political idealism but then I thought that Hillary would clean his clock in the primaries. A harbinger I am not.

Notice the price of gasoline! What a price break for the average Joe. Shall we credit President Bush? After all he is still in office; well, I guess the Democrats NOW believe the price drop had to do with market conditions not because Bush and Cheney are oilmen.

I do what to thank Obama for the market stimulus only he is responsible for: Obama posters and paraphernalia; thousands upon thousands of such is being purchased on the Internet. Particularly amazing about that is that according to Obama and the Democrats no one has any money.

Happy Turkey to one and all…

Unintended Consequences!!!

November 20, 2008

Paul Jacob

The Sam Adams Alliance

Here’s a revelation: A story headlined, “Bailout funds being spent in ways Congress never foresaw.”

What? Our omniscient congressmen failed to forecast the fate of their latest multifarious munificence?

You know, whenever I myself spend hundreds of billions on random questionable socialistic takeovers of the economy, I always demand an itemized account of exactly what I will get in return. Always.Read More »

Political Beliefs are on the Trading Block

Here is an Idea – CUT the Costs of Governing!

Authored by:  William Robert Barber

The GOP’s battle cry seems to be “Let’s appease!” The GOP seems to say, “Let’s pay particular attention to critical voting demographics, for example the Hispanics;” obviously, this battle cry is designed so that ‘The Party’ can regain power.  In other words, (at least by my interpretation of what I have read) the GOP has decided as a political party that they need to possibly-probably-necessarily-change the very ethos of their heretofore solemn beliefs, the very thesis of their political ideals is on the trading block, all is at risk so that the GOP will seem appealing to a greater percentage of voters.Read More »

Myths, Illusions, Distractions, and Taxes

Elected Officials Perpetuating a Lie Authored by:  William Robert Barber We Americans are dependant, interdependent, and besieged by governments’ federal, state, and local. There is no escape from this absolute truth. The bindings that enable this government-to-citizen relationship are complicated and intensely abstract. Lawyers, accountants, elected politicians, judges, (former attorneys) and the great unelected/appointed cadre of paper creator bureaucrats have established a specific language and procedure expertly designed to disable the simple and transparent.Read More »

I No Longer Support the National Republican Party

Authored by William Robert Barber
The Damage of the Republican Brand

Other than defending my political principals from a worse than Republican candidate I can no longer support the National Republican Party. I have had enough of their contrariness with established political ideals. This is the party, led by their president, that caved into a policy of socialism ‘for now.’ Like many other ‘for now’ policies such as personal income tax the ‘for now’ evolves enviably into forever.Read More »