Friday, August 10, 2012

Weekly Wrap-Up

This week we learned that not even pizza is safe from the side effects of Obamacare. Papa John himself has said that the new health care bureaucracy will hit consumers with increased costs.
Obamacare is yet another example of this president’s failed, flawed agenda. Here Charles Krauthammer makes “the case against reelection.” His strategy: Stick to the issues and ideology. Let’s hope the Romney campaign has what it takes to win this argument.
Meanwhile the Washington Post seems almost desperate to bolster Obama’s reelection chances. They really grasp at some numbers here to prove that the Obama-nomics is working.
As for who’s not working... Kirsten Gillibrand, who along with her Democrat cronies in the Senate can’t be bothered to pass a budget. The Weekly Standard notes, “It’s been 1,200 days since Senate Democrats passed a budget, during which time Congress amassed $4.8 trillion in new debt.”

Do you think Kirsten Gillibrand owes it to the people of New York to get a budget written and show exactly how she thinks our money should be spent?  Vote now in our new Weekly Poll.

News from New York City...

As stop-and-frisk is cut, shootings skyrocket... welcome to the “Summer of Guns.”
New York City’s proposed sick leave bill is amazingly bringing out some common sense, even among hard-core liberals.
Have a great weekend!

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