Obama On Jobs Or Just Campaigning?????

By Bob L.
09/26/2011

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Gary BauerBy Gary Bauer
09/26/2011

Obama’s Hope Turns to Violent Envy

In three years, Barack Obama​ has morphed from the Herald of Hope to the Envoy of Envy.

The President has always been an eager class warrior.  But he has now taken things to a new level, making the politics of envy and resentment the signature theme of his reelection campaign. MORE

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John HaywardBy John Hayward
09/26/2011

Rehabilitating Class Warfare

It’s interesting how quickly the narrative has changed.
It seems like only yesterday that President Obama was passionately denying that his re-election campaign was based on class warfare.  In fact, it was exactly one week ago, during the Rose Garden rollout of his $1.5 trillion package of tax increases. MORE
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John HaywardBy John Hayward
09/26/2011

Obama’s Fundraising Blitz

Hard pivot to job creation officially over.

President Obama’s sixteenth “pivot” to job creation officially ended over the weekend, as he flew out of Washington for “a seven-stop fundraising swing that was taking him from Seattle to Hollywood to San Diego through Monday,” as reported by the Associated Press.  Events thrown for our Man of the People included a $35,800 per couple brunch at the home of former Microsoft executive Jon Shirley, whose name Obama promptly forgot, referring to him as “Mark.” MORE

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Brian H. DarlingBy Brian H. Darling
09/26/2011

Candidate Obama’s Class Warfare

Forget trying to govern.  President Obama has gone all in on class warfare.

Don’t expect any of his stimulus or deficit-cutting ideas to pass Congress.  They’re not designed to pass in a House controlled by Republicans.  They’re designed to pit middle-class and poor voters against job creators and the Tea Party’s low-tax philosophy. MORE

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