Friday, September 30, 2011

Weekly Wrap-Up

The CIA should be commended for doing its job and protecting Americans by eliminating US Born terror leader al-Awalki. It is good to know the CIA hasn’t” gone soft” the way America has according to President Obama who wants to “whip Nation into shape.”

A running theme this week has been the liberals’ growing disdain for elections – i.e. being held accountable by we, the people. The Washington Times takes a look at these undemocratic Democrats.

Gov. Perdue, who is prone to flights of fancy, probably wishes she could suspend campaign finance investigations as well...

A quick look back at The New York Times reminds us that this isn’t the first time liberals have complained that Americans just have too much say in how our country is run.

Remember that the loony left had plenty of paranoid visions of President George W. Bush canceling the 2004 and 2008 elections. Now that a Democrat has actually suggested such a thing, where are all the outraged liberals?

I’m glad that Congress continues to investigate the Fast and Furious gun-running debacle, especially now that we have new evidence that this program wasn’t just a rogue operation.

People joke about government bureaucracies being slow, but watch how fast the Department of Energy moves when there’s a deadline for spending taxpayer funds and plenty of politically-connected Solyndra-type companies looking for a handout.

And a moment of candor from President Obama, who notes that he wasn’t fond of his ethics class back in the 8th grade (and considering the Solyndra controversy and all the “green jobs” cronyism going on in the Obama Administration, it seems that our President is still not particularly concerned with the subject of ethics).

Besides ethics, which classes do you think Obama might not have mastered as a young man, based on his current views? That’s the question in our new Weekly Poll, which we’re having a bit of fun with this week. Vote today, and if there’s a subject we’ve missed feel free to point it out in the comments section.

Have a great weekend!

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