Dumbo’s Economics, more on yesterday’s Scramble theme of Barack Obama’s economic ignorance.  First up, from Robert R. Baker, American Thinker: [President Franklin] Roosevelt responded to the recession he inherited with a combination of massive spending on new government programs and sweeping controls over private industry, (sound familiar?).  His thinking was that government spending would get […]

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davidl on May 28th, 2009

Matthew Yglesias¬† is just a tad bit confused. This seems very confused. Being a “reverse racist” can’t be similar to being a “racist,” it needs to be the reverse of being a racist. Limbaugh clearly just thinks Sotomayor is a racist. She hates white people. For a Latina to hate white people isn’t “reverse” racism, […]

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davidl on May 27th, 2009

The Retard in Chief recently gave a speech at the formerly Catholic universiity, Notre Dame, where he ponticated on the need to find a “middle ground” on abourtion.¬†¬† To be blunt, the Obama adminstration seeks no middle ground, via Wendy Wright, Human Events (no link): Melody testily interrupted to state that she had to correct […]

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Eric Florack on October 29th, 2008

I’ll bet she campaigned on openness in government, and this is simply her version of it.

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Eric Florack on September 26th, 2008

Welcome, dear reader, to the most intense nightly read on the ‘sphere: Bitsblog’s Nightly Ramble. Lots going on. So, Ol’ Gaffe-O-Matic Biden and, one assumes, B. O. both think John McCain is wrong on security? Is that why they both voted against the Surge he called for? The one that won the war? Regarding McCain’s […]

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Eric Florack on May 28th, 2008

Ramesh Ponnuru points out yesterday that in a Libertarian fantasy world the Cato institute’s platform would win in a landslide. I would hasten to add that the only reason that the whole thing is a fantasy is because nobody’s bothered trying to sell the American public on it. It’s that vision thing, again, that changing […]

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