I’m sorry, President-elect Obama, but I don’t feel very healed by this election.
Opposed to a black President? I am not reconciled yet to John Quincy Adams.
I hear that local gun sales are up 49 per cent. I can think of many reasons why this might be so.
It is said that a conservative estimate of more or less direct corporate welfare donated by the U.S. government is about $90 billion per year—before the recent bailouts.
What if the federal government had to send you an itemized statement of how your income tax was spent?
What if the federal government was required to adhere to a simple honest practice of “pay as you go”?
What if the federal government had to abide by Jefferson’s dictum that no debt could be incurred lasting more than 19 years (a generation), i.e., that the present generation cannot consume the earnings of future generations?
What is wrong with this picture:
George John Thomas James James John Quincy Andrew Martin William Henry
John James Knox Zachary Millard Franklin James Abraham Andrew Ulysses Simpson Rutherford Burchard
James Abram Chester Alan Stephen Grover Benjamin William Theodore William Howard Thomas Woodrow
Warren Gamaliel John Calvin Herbert Clark Franklin Delano Harry S. Dwight David John Fitzgerald
Lyndon Baines Richard Milhous Gerald Rudoph James Earl Ronald Wilson George Herbert Walker
William Jefferson George Walker Barack Hussein