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Monthly Archives: July 2012

The True Virtue of Moral Outrage

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The greatest virtue of moral outrage is self-incrimination, for it is the sinner who best recognizes the sin.  We see it all the time in politics where someone will express outrage over an issue only to inadvertently reveal their own transgressions.  Self-righteousness is not a friendly trait of the sinner.  Hypocrisy on the other hand … Continue reading »

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Polls, Polls, and more Polls

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There was a new poll that came out today which showed Obama’s lead increasing over Romney by 3%…except it isn’t.  So how can this be?  Well it’s pretty simple.  The poll purposefully oversampled Democrats versus Republicans by a full 11%.  The excuse given was that the polling agency believed more Democrats than Republicans would be … Continue reading »

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The True Hypocrites

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The ignorance of the Left never ceases to amaze me.  Time and time again I see pundits and posts coming from the Left commentating on the hypocrisy of the elderly who on one hand complain about over spending by our government, while on the other hand are collecting Social Security and Medicare at the same … Continue reading »

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Arming the Right People

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Since the Left has already shown their intentions of using the tragic massacre in Colorado for political purposes by espousing their gun control views, I thought it only prudent that I counter by espousing my own thoughts on the issue as well.  Not only would gun control not have prevented this tragic event from occurring … Continue reading »

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The Great Orator

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The Great Orator recently sabotaged his own campaign on July 13th with a speech inRoanoke,VA in which he openly declared war on capitalism.  By doing so he took all of those who might have been sitting on the fence about this election and forced them to choose sides between a successful capitalist and an avowed … Continue reading »

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How about an honest argument for a change?

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Personally I’m really getting fed up reading all the lame garbage about how the Tea Party and Republicans hate firemen, teachers, police officers, etc. simply because we refuse to continue making bad promises to pony up more of what we already can’t afford.  Quite frankly I don’t know of anyone from any party that doesn’t … Continue reading »

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The Coming Sequestration is a Profile in Cowardice

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In August of 2011, Congress fought a very public battle, engineered by the White House, leading to a budget deal that raised the debt ceiling while creating a bi-partisan Congressional debt reduction Supercommittee charged with finding 1.2 trillion in spending cuts by Thanksgiving 2011. The “Not-so-Supercommittee” failed to agree on any cuts, even though the … Continue reading »

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Will Kasich and Legislature Become Victims of Success

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In 2010, 20 state legislatures and 17 Governor’s offices saw a swing in leadership back to the GOP.  Once the citizens realized the President, Democratic Congress and state legislatures were unwilling to cut spending and institute pro-growth business policy they handed control to the GOP.  With vigilant taxpayers holding them accountable, the new GOP states … Continue reading »

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The Chicken versus the Egg Question

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If you had just signed a multimillion dollar contract, should the lumberjack who felled the tree where the paper for the contract came from also get a cut of the deal for the role he played?  When was the last time you felt that you owed something extra to the farmer for the wheat that … Continue reading »

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Liberal lack of logic – 101

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As a logical thinker, I prefer to seek the logic in everything that I read, see, or hear.  Sometimes I’m successful and other times I just have to give up and accept the fact that there simply isn’t any logic to be found, so why continue wasting my time.  As I listen to the continual … Continue reading »

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