Monthly Archives: June 2012

Something Different

Ugly. Dog. H/T: NY Daily News

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Changing Perspective

When I was a child I trusted and respected Government. When I was a teen I began to have questions and concerns about Government. When I became an adult I wanted a more limited Government. Now I realize that I … Continue reading

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Friday Morning News and Links

TownHall: What Will You Say Next Year, in Two Years, and in Five? Romney Raises a Quick $4.2 Million After Obama Tax Ruling The Other McCain: Convicted Perjurer Brett Kimberlin Has 8:30 a.m. Hearing in Maryland Today CBS News: Another … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

“What we have bought today in this Supreme Court decision is nothing more than unparalleled economic uncertainty. Because you see at the heart of ObamaCare is a bill that will never finish being written.” -Michele Bachmann

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Please Give Generously

As of 1:30 Pacific, Romney has brought in nearly two million dollars in the six hours since the Supreme Court handed down it’s decision on ObamaCare. These people donating to the campaign are sending a clear message. I decided to … Continue reading

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So It Begins (Updated)

Remember when a 5-4 decision stopping ObamaCare was evidence of judicial overreach and usurpation of politics; indication of a weakened branch of government? Witness the new civility: H/T Ace of Spades HQ – @slublog [Added:] Gaspard tweeted moments later: “Take … Continue reading

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SCOTUS Decision Live

At SCOTUS Blog. 10:01am: The decision of the 9th Circuit is affirmed in Alvarez (AKA Stolen Valor – Decision here) 10:07am: First American was dismissed. Health Care imminent. 10:08am: The individual mandate survives as a tax. 10:10am: So the mandate … Continue reading

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