Posts Tagged ‘Barack’

Small People

17Jun10

BP cares about the small people. BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg told reporters in Washington: “I hear comments sometimes that large oil companies are greedy companies or don’t care, but that is not the case with BP. We care about the small people.” An unfortunate choice of words, no? Not his fault, but bad PR is […]


Deep End Deval

24May10

The Governor of Massachusetts seems to have gotten in over his head. Governor Deval Patrick, even as he decried partisanship in Washington, said today that Republican opposition to President Obama’s agenda has become so obstinate that it “is almost at the level of sedition.” The Democratic governor, who is close to the president, made the […]


Clear Cut

23Apr10

If an environmentalist falls in the woods, does anyone hear?


Groundhog Day

03Mar10

Here we go again, as the President announces the latest push for health reform. As usual, the Obama approach was to misrepresent the issue. If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.  If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.  I can tell you as the father of two young girls, […]


Added Twist

02Mar10

The precarious condition of big government Democrats is revealed by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s flip flop on a new motor vehicle department fee that he instituted yesterday, and eliminated today. The Patrick administration today ordered the Registry of Motor Vehicles to abandon a $5 counter fee the state agency had started collecting on Monday. The […]


Slow Learner

03Feb10

The President dumped on Las Vegas again yesterday, and folks in that city aren’t pleased. During the president’s town hall meeting in Nashua, New Hampshire, he discussed the need to curb spending during tough economic times.  “When times are tough, you tighten your belts,” the president said. “You don’t go buying a boat when you […]


Killer Ted

15Jan10

Dems are still in denial – they continue to think that Ted Kennedy’s legacy provides them leverage with voters. National GOP strategists say that the unexpected tightening in the Massachusetts Senate race has demonstrated the potency of the electorate’s antipathy for the Democratic health care legislation, and that Republican Scott Brown’s campaign could become a […]