Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Conservative on Target!

'Tea Party 10' Targeted In Multimillion Dollar Campaign By Liberal Super PAC: A liberal super PAC is set Monday to launch what it is billing as a multimillion dollar campaign to "Take Down the Tea Party Ten." The effort by the progressive outfit CREDO aims to use the new big-spending super PAC model, which can accept unlimited donations, to back extensive local organizing and "education" aimed at defeating 10 members of Congress seen by the left as the worst of the worst. "We're talking about some of the most odious members of Congress. Even for Republicans these guys are low," said Campaign Manager Matthew "Mudcat" Arnold in a statement.

UPDATE: CAIR APPLAUDS WEST POINT PRAYER BREAKFAST WITHDRAWAL OF GENERAL CRITICAL OF ISLAM: A retired U.S. lieutenant general who made comments some consider disparaging to Islam withdrew Monday from speaking at a West Point prayer breakfast after a progressive veterans’ advocacy group — — along with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) asked the Army chief of staff to rescind the invitation. [This is disgusting.]
Rasmussen Says:

  • Politicians Created Budget Crisis By Pursuing Own Agenda, Ignoring Voters:THE PEOPLE’S MONEY, a new book by Scott Rasmussen, shows that government spending has gone up every single year since 1954 despite persistent voter demand for spending cuts. Politicians blame voters for the problem and claim that there is no public support for specific spending cuts. Rasmussen shows that claim to be a lie. [Is this a surprise to anyone? You mean politicians don’t care about their constituencies?]

  • 74% Favor Right-to-Work Law Eliminating Mandatory Union Dues: Indiana as early as Wednesday could become the 23rd right-to-work state in the country, meaning non-union employees would not be required to pay union dues when working for a company that is unionized. Voters overwhelmingly agree with the intent of the new law, but most also don’t think a non-union worker should enjoy benefits negotiated by the union.

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