Why don’t you do a timely article on the truth about Social Security and tell how it was Ronald Reagan that began borrowing money from Social Security to pay for his deficits and tax cuts for the rich?
Now the Social Security trust fund is full of IOUs mainly from Republican administrations bent on its destruction – $1.5 trillion welfare fund for the rich, paid through Social Security.
I dare you to tell the truth.
Joseph, you’ve spent four years trying to prove Obama’s not a U.S. citizen. And what do you have? You have nothing. But I wish you success. In the meantime, why don’t you move on and do something on a national level – like start a blood drive for the IDF?
Our Founding Fathers did not envision computers. Votes were to be put in a locked box and written by pencil on paper. Men with personal integrity would be counting the vote.
How stupid are we to think we can use computers to fulfill their dream? So long as there are hackers, we can’t trust the computer systems. In October, Obama signed an executive order to control cyber war and cyber terrorism. He had control over the very system that elected him. We can’t say Obama won through computer glitches, but we can’t say he didn’t, either.
The Electoral College does not vote until Dec. 17. Who are they? Do th ... continue reading »
Finally. It’s been needed to be said for a long time. GOP leadership needs a thorough housecleaning.
And not just because of the election night defeat.
This is the due legacy of “neo-cons,” a strain of conservatism that has infected the core values of the right with a flawed “process”-based mentality.
Republicans will never win a process game – or the ground game, for that matter, what with a plethora of precinct-stuffing captains, all Democrat.
What is needed is something Bobby Jindal is saying, but not ... continue reading »
Mr. Farah: Thanks for continuing the fight in spite of a very disappointing election. I told people that I felt Romney would win a free and fair election. I’m in your corner that we did not have such an election.
Before the election, I had taken some comfort in the fact that Florida, Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa and Nevada all had Republican governors. I felt they could at least insure an orderly and fair balloting process in their respective states.
The election actually largely came down to south Florida, Philadelphia and Cleveland. When counties vote 140 percent of their registered voters (St. Luc ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] It’s probably a little late to be getting on Karl Rove’s case but you seem to be the only one besides myself that finds him accountable for pretty much all of our woes. I have despised him since the beginning of GWB’s second term. So while you are lambasting him, please do not forget to hold him accountable for all of GWB’s wishy-washy middle-of-the-road, cave-to-the-left stances as well. If he would have taken a harder line against Barney Frank and company in 2006, we would have never suffered the economic meltdown we are now entrenched in with this whacko communist president, as well as appointi ... continue reading »