THE WEIRS TIMES, Thursday, February 4, 2010
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the right direction, a rhetorical Praising the president for carry- universal mockery. And his po-
Dremel rotary tool? victory and a “good start.” Pardon ing on the charade of budget re- litical machine has been forced to
Some conservative Beltway me for not joining in the standing form because a few piddling cuts lay down enough fake Astroturf
analysts are cheering Obama’s ovation for the latest performance are real is like complimenting the support to cover a football field.
fiscal freeze follies as a step in of White House kabuki theater. Naked Emperor’s fingernails: So This is the time to nail the
he didn’t have any clothes. At phonies in the White House,
least his cuticles were real. It’s not to beg for meetings in hopes
a start! of bipartisan problem-solving.
Moreover, who believes this There’s little triumph in Obama’s
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freeze will last for the entire, empty “concessions” on the need
cynically timed three-year period to cut spending. They are fueled
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that the White House announced not by sincere commitment to
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fewer than 72 hours ago? McDon- reining in Washington’s appe-
ald’s French fries have a longer tites, but by craven political self-
shelf life than Obama’s pledges of preservation.
fiscal accountability. All it’ll take The president has lately re-
is one more bad jobs report, one gressed into his “I will fight for
� Stop wage garnishments
Chicken Little Congress-induced you” campaign sloganeering -- by
� Remove bank levies, tax levies, panic, to drop the budget restric- which, of course, he means, “I
property seizures tions faster than reality dad Jon will fight for me.” There will be no
� Settle state and business payroll tax
Gosselin’s ex-girlfriends. hands reaching across the aisle.
One year after riding into town Obama’s too busy using them to
on a wave of adulation and point fingers at everyone else for
� Eliminate penalties, interest charges
ambition, Obama has lost his his own political meltdown.
and tax liens
“swagga.” His pre-State of the
Union appearances have been Michelle Malkin is the author
listless and perfunctory. His of “Culture of Corruption: Obama
dependence on a teleprompter and his Team of Tax Cheats,
-- even for a standard 6-minute Crooks & Cronies” (Regnery
stump statement at an elemen- 2010). Her e-mail address is mal-
tary school -- is now the butt of firstname.lastname@example.org
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governor. He will work to create a
backÊtaxesÊCALLÊNOW encouraging business to locate reasoned and sound policy which
in NH with tax incentives, not all state employees can support.
by discouraging business or in- “Let’s restore financial sanity to
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incentive to entrepreneurship. To learn more about George
Furthermore, he believes state Hurt’s Campaign, go to www.
employees should not be held Hurt20l0.com
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hostage to confiscatory spend- Hurt2070.com
ing habits by the legislature and
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