David Axelrod is purporting to be alarmed by a Politico story on how Republican super PACs are planning to spend $1 billion on the election.
This election aside, anyone who cares about our democracy should be appalled by this:bit.ly/LedsqA
— David Axelrod (@davidaxelrod) May 30, 2012
It's quite all right, though, for Democrats to collect millions from Big Labor. Geez, these people...
***You gotta be kidding...Media Matters is claiming journalistic bias against Obama? Gimme a break.
***RINO NY Mayor Michael Bloomberg is at it again. Now he wants to ban sodas over 16 oz. Yeah, that'll work.
New York City mayor Bloomberg is looking to extend his precious nanny state to unprecedented proportions. He’s now trying to snatch frosty cold sodas from the hands of millions of parched New Yorkers. Any soda over 16 ounces could soon be banned from the shelves of NYC stores.
No more Venti Starbucks, Big Gulps, etc. Tell me again why this jerk calls himself a Republican? More here.
***Walker holds edge ahead of recall vote this Tuesday. Too bad the Democrats haven't been able to suppress the news of the success his policies have been.
Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker leads Democratic challenger Tom Barrett 50 percent to 44 percent, according to a poll released ahead of the state's high-profile recall election Tuesday.
The independent Marquette University Law School telephone survey released Wednesday surveyed 720 registered voters and had a margin of error of 3.7 percentage points.
Bush, being the class act that he is, will handle it gracefully. The Obamas, on the other hand, probably won't. Because they don't have any class.
***Another Obama gaffe on foreign soil. Honestly, liberals, and you called Dubya an embarrassment?
***Summer blockbusters through the years.
"Faith is unseen but felt, faith is strength when we feel we have none, faith is hope when all seems lost."
***Have a great day!