Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Obama's Litany of Failure

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Volume 35 -- October 11, 2011

Welcome to this week's Victory Insider, your weekly round-up of news, views, and information for staying up to speed on recent developments in Washington, the unfolding 2011-2012 election cycle, and GOP efforts to stop the Obama Agenda and return commonsense and responsibility to American government.

In this week's installment:

Solyndra Song & Dance
"When government takes $535 million and invests in a loser, it not only wastes taxpayer money but it also denies that capital to some other project in the private economy that might have succeeded. The Solyndra emails show how ill-equipped government is to predict the industries of the present, much less the future."  (Editorial, "The Solyndra Economy: Administration Emails Reveal the Reality of Politicized Investing," Wall Street Journal, 10/10/2011)

"Nuclear" Fallout
Tyrannical hypocrite Harry Reid invokes so-called "nuclear option" in Senate to protect Democrats from having to vote on Obama's pathetic "jobs bill."  (Russ Vought, "Reid Goes Nuclear to Block the President's Stimulus Plan," RedState, 10/6/2011)

Spoiled Rotten
The juvenile, selfish mobs of "Occupy" protesters are simply reflecting the irresponsible, entitled attitude of Democrat "leaders" in Washington.  (Star Parker, "More From the Culture of Narcissism," Townhall, 10/10/2011)

Litany of Failure
"The Obama administration has approached its governing responsibilities as follows: Isolate a problem, proclaim an urgent need to address it, propose legislation and then try to ram it through Congress before people have a chance to read it or appreciate the exact effect it will have on the nation."  (Colin Hanna, "Lies, Failure and Wasted Money: What the White House Doesn't Want You to Know," Washington Times, 10/7/2011)

No Surprise Here
There's nothing like reality for burning away the dreamy mists of misplaced expectation.  (Victor Davis Hanson, "Ten Lessons from Obama: In Less Than Three Years Barack Obama Has Reversed All Expectations," National Review, 10/4/2011)

Debit Card Demagogues
After saddling banks with cost of debit card processing fees, Democrats disparage banks' transfer of cost to consumers. (Richard A. Epstein, "Dick's Debit-Card Dud: End 'Gouging,' Kill an Industry," New York Post, 10/5/2011)

Recessions Are For the Little People
Will Barack Obama ask his wife to pay a "corporate jet tax" for her public-funded jaunts?
(Nile Gardiner, "Michelle Obama's Taxpayer-Funded Spending is an Embarrassment for the White House," The Telegraph, 10/5/2011)

Classless Act
"For presidential candidates to rail against incumbents from an opposing party is normal; for a president to rail for years against a predecessor of any party is crass -- and something to which neither Reagan nor Lincoln, each of them inheritors of much bigger messes, stooped."  (Bret Stephens, "The President of Contempt: To Barack Obama, America is Lovable in Proportion to the Love it Gives Him in Return," Wall Street Journal, 10/4/2011)

We've Seen This Before
Eric Holder has had plenty of practice passing the buck over scandalous legal actions.  (Andrew McCarthy, "Holder's Dubious History: The AG's Fast & Furious Amnesia is Reminiscent of His Marc Rich Amnesia," National Review, 10/5/2011)

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