Posts Tagged ‘dodd’

Toys for Pols


When Chris Dodd announced he wouldn’t seek another term in the Senate, Democrats were relieved. Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, a popular Democrat, was expected to cruise into the seat, while Dodd’s reelection chances had looked shaky. Now, things aren’t quite so rosy for the bad guys. “We have learned something important since the days […]

Nuclear Option


It seems that being a complete fraud is a prerequisite for being one of the leaders of the Democratic Party. Here’s a nice collection of Dems – Chris Dodd, Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, even then Senator Obama, ranting on the arrogance of the Republicans for proposing, in 2005, to use reconciliation to avoid the filibuster. […]

Democrats don’t have a clear path to passing their health care scam – the idea was just to get it through the House, then to keep the ball rolling while pretending that the bill’s passage is inevitable and hope for the best in the tough waters to follow. Democratic Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska, though, […]

It is a thrill to watch some of the videos coming back of hostile constituents facing down their congressmen over health care and other aspects of the radical Obama agenda, like Cap & Trade. This is Congressman Tim Bishop, a Democrat of New York getting ripped apart. Particularly rich is when the Congressman says no […]

Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd, the chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, admits in a TV interview that there aren’t enough jobs because the stimulus package wasn’t as targeted as it should have been. We knew that months ago – and we have to assume that Democrats knew it at the time they were passing the […]

Baracko Bomber


Krauthammer. A $14 trillion economy hangs by a thread composed of (a) a comically cynical, pitchfork-wielding Congress, (b) a hopelessly understaffed, stumbling Obama administration, and (c) $165 million. Time. And the remedies Congress is in a fever pitch to approve may well end up hurting the rescue efforts. The bonus bills, which would apply to […]