And there are even Republican yard signs all over the capital city of Concord — a largely Democratic-leaning town in this swing state.
Barack Obama is in big trouble next November.
Maybe, still need a candidate. Still can’t beat something with nothing. Still need to find someone that can get more than 25% of the vote. Someone Not Romney.
Seem like a good idea to anyone, other than those who can only see new money they can steal.
Readers here will be shocked to learn that Obama remains very much into spending hundreds of billions more dollars on union infrastructure jobs and teachers. But that his new defense policies involve fewer troops and reduced spending.
Someday us old folks will look back and remember a time when mail got delivered twice a day, a high school education could get you through life, factories in the USA made the products we used, and our health care and military were second to none.
The mighty American military machine that has for so long secured the country’s status as the world’s only superpower will have to be drastically reduced, Barack Obama warned yesterday as he set out a radical but more modest new set of priorities for the Pentagon over the next decade.
President plans to cut half a million troops and says US can’t afford to wage two wars at once.
That’s funny, we could until he showed up? Maybe it’s not America, not the American people, or the American Military. Maybe it’s the guy who has thrown away trillions of dollars to advance his socialist ideas and help his friends.
I’m going to stop now, if I continue, I could be arrested.
Eos Energy Storage says its zinc-air battery can store energy to meet peak power needs for less.
What happened? As is often the case, government price and output controls are largely to blame for shortages, which have killed at least 15 people since 2010.
Take Medicare. It limits the prices it pays for drugs. But in Medicare’s Plan B, reimbursements to drugmakers often don’t cover the cost of a drug — or shrink profits to such low levels it’s no longer worth making it.
Government regulations can’t change reality, mandates don’t alter actual costs and speeches can’t change the height of the seas.