Sunday, August 26, 2012

Majority of Obama Twitter Friends are Fake



Seems the president has a hard time to find real people to follow his Twitter page. So, he make up fake people. I can understand how Obama associates fake because he is one himself. 
(USATODAY) President Obama's Twitter account has 18.8 million followers -- but more than half of them really don't exist, according to reports.

A new Web tool has determined that 70% of Obama's crowd includes "fake followers," The New York Times reports in a story about how Twitter followers can be purchased.

Friday, August 24, 2012

Under Obama Every Group of Americans Have Less Income


Liberal will never understand that their decision to put this man in office is destroying our way of life. Obama has destroyed the American dream. He as made this country poorer. He has reintroduce racism back into the mainstream. He has increase our debt than any president in history. He has put more Americans into poverty. He is the food stamp president. Obama must go now!


(Bloomberg) American incomes declined more in the three-year expansion that started in June 2009 than during the longest recession since the Great Depression, according an analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data by Sentier Research LLC.

Median household income fell 4.8 percent on an inflation- adjusted basis since the recession ended in June 2009, more than the 2.6 percent drop during the 18-month contraction, the research firm’s Gordon Green and John Coder wrote in a report today. Household income is 7.2 percent below the December 2007 level, the former Census Bureau economic statisticians wrote.


“Almost every group is worse off than it was three years ago, and some groups had very large declines in income,” Green, who previously directed work on the Census Bureau’s income and poverty statistics program, said in a phone interview today. “We’re in an unprecedented period of economic stagnation.”

Thursday, August 23, 2012

Liberals Claim Obama Created More Jobs than Reagan



Cutter: Obama Has Created More Jobs Than the Reagan Recovery

Willie Geist, MSNBC: What would you say to that same person that said, 'Well, that hasn't worked for four years. I haven't had the job over time, it's time for a change.'

Stephanie Cutter, Obama deputy campaign manager: Well, I think that worker probably has a good understanding of what's happened over the past four years in terms of the president coming in and seeing 800,000 jobs lost on the day that the president was being sworn in, and seeing the president moving pretty quickly to stem the losses, to turn the economy around, and over the past, you know, 27 months we've created 4.5 million private sector jobs. That's more jobs than in the Bush recovery, in the Reagan recovery, there's obviously more we need to do, and as I said to Mika at the at beginning of the program, I think that unemployed worker probably sees one person in this race trying to move the country forward and that's the president.


If that is true, why was unemployment low with Reagan and Bush and Obama remains high? If Obama created more jobs, why are there more people on welfare, food stamps, and more people living in poverty? If Obama was doing a good job, why hasn't he gotten us out of a recession? Reagan took us out of a Carter stagflation. Bush took us out from Clinton's recession. 

Monday, August 20, 2012

Obama Cant Pack a Full House Anymore. He is Done!



Obama is in deep trouble. The president is spending more on his campaign than what his campaign collects. Well, that is no different how he is spending on the economy. Without warm bodies to fill the seats, it would be a total embarrassment for the president. This is a reality check for Obama. He will be a one-term president.

Obama Campaign Was 'Trawling for Warm Bodies' to Fill Half-Empty Kick-Off Rally

Obama campaign's spending outpaces its fundraising

Monday, August 13, 2012

Obama is Worried Romney Has a Bigger Crowd



Obama better worry. No matter what the media spins it, Obama is going down in November. LOL

(WashingtonExaminer)

The recent frantic email theme to supporters from Team Obama about Mitt Romney's run-away fundraising successes has been expanded to the crowd size gap between the thousands who rushed out over the weekend to see Romney and new running mate Rep. Paul Ryan and the hundreds who cheered on President Obama.

The big worry expressed in a new email from Obama's Chicago HQ: "The Republican base is energized." The reason: Romney attracted 15,000 at a rally over the weekend.

The email:

Paul --

I just got this disturbing report: Yesterday's Romney-Ryan rally in North Carolina pulled in an overflow crowd of 15,000 people.

There's no spinning that number. It's a LOT of people, and the Republican base in energized.

And that's not all. Since the VP announcement, Romney's campaign has brought in over 70,000 donations from his Tea Party base.

We've got to step up our game and mobilize our supporters -- starting right now.

Donate $3 or right now to help us rally our base around President Obama's agenda >>

Listen to what one Republican supporter said about Paul Ryan: "I love him...He's going to excite the Tea Party and get them on board..."

We can't let the Republicans claim the momentum. Donate $3 or whatever you can:

http://dccc.org/Stand-With-President-Obama

Thanks,

Brynne

Brynne Craig

DCCC Field Director

Ryan Will Excite the Tea Party, Blue Dogs, & Conservatives





This is why Romney picked Ryan. Ryan will excite the conservative grassroots, the Tea Party, and the Blue Dog Democrats, who are pissed at Obama. Ryan will destroy Biden in the debates when it comes to fiscal responsibility and Obamacare.

"I will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits -- either now or in the future."
(Remarks by President Obama to a Joint Session of Congress, September 9, 2009)

This afternoon Budget Committee Ranking Member Ryan walked through why the bill put forward by Democrats FAILS the President's deficit test.
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The Majority Leader said the bill scores as reducing deficit by $131 billion over the next 10 years.

First a little bit about CBO: I work with them every single day; very good people; great professionals. They do their jobs well. But their job is to score what is placed in front of them. And what has been placed in front of them is a bill that is fill of gimmicks and smoke and mirrors.

Now what do I mean when I say that?

First off, the bill has ten years of tax increases and ten years of Medicare cuts to pay for six years of spending. The true ten year cost when subsidies kick-in? $2.3 trillion.

The bill is full of gimmicks that more than erase the false claim of deficit reduction:

- $52 billion of savings is claimed by counting increased Social Security payroll revenues. These dollars are already claimed for future Social Security beneficiaries, and claiming to offset the cost of this bill either means were double-counting or were not going to pay Social Security benefits.

- $72 billion in savings is claimed from the CLASS Act long-term care insurance. These so-called savings are not offsets, but rather premiums collected to pay for future benefits. Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad has called these savings, A ponzi scheme that would make Bernie Madoff proud.

Additionally, the nearly half-trillion dollars in Medicare cuts cannot be counted twice. Medicare is in dire need of reform in order to make certain that we can ensure health security for future seniors.

Using Medicare as a piggy bank, it raids a half trillion dollars from retirees health coverage to fund the creation of another open-ended health care entitlement.

The Presidents chief Medicare actuary says up to 20% of Medicare providers may go bankrupt or stop taking Medicare beneficiaries as a result. Millions of seniors who have chosen Medicare Advantage will lose the coverage they now enjoy.

Objections to the policy aside, you cannot use these savings twice to both extend the life of Medicare and to pay for other spending. The half-trillion dollars in Medicare cuts are either to extend the programs solvency or to reduce the cost of this deficit but not both as its authors claim.

When you strip away the double-counting of Medicare cuts, the so-called savings from Social Security payroll taxes and the CLASS Act, the deficit increases by $460 billion over first ten years and $1.4 trillion over second ten years.

Finally, one of the most expensive and most cynical of the gimmicks applies to Medicare physician payments, the so-called Doc Fix.

By your own estimate, the Doc Fix adds an additional $371 billion to the cost of health care reform. With the price tag beyond what most Americans could handle, the Majority decided to simply remove this costly provision and deal with it in a stand-alone bill.

Ignoring this additional cost does not remove it from the backs of taxpayers. Hiding spending doesnt reduce spending.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

HIGH GAS PRICES, WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN YOU



In Orlando, Florida, I have seen prices drop to as low as $3.07/gallon. It is now up $3.33/gallon. I haven't seen people upset over this. Gas prices will never go down with this president in office. I am still adamant that we need to drill for our own oil and be less dependent on foreign sources. It will be a talking point in the presidential debates.

(WSJ) If it seems like the price of gasoline is rising quickly and at an odd time of year, that is because it is true. The average price of a gallon of regular gas in the U.S. rose 5.1% or 17 cents to $3.50 per gallon today according to auto and travel group AAA.

“Drivers nationwide saw prices reverse in July after three months of steady declines at the pump,” said AAA spokesperson Avery Ash. “Higher global oil prices and increased demand for gasoline during the busy summer driving season were the primary factors that sent pump prices higher in July.”

National average gas prices rose for 26 days in July after hitting a low for the summer of about $3.33 a gallon on July 2.