Left Attacks the Gov

By Too Conservative

Bearing Drift has details on the far-lefts ridiculous attack.


  • A Voter says:

    Awe… out of touch liberals always bring a smile to my face!

    This is a precious moment for me.

    Thank you!

  • Loudoun Lady says:

    Good information on who the “props” were. McDonnell appears to have a very “diverse” administration.

  • nathanatBJU says:

    Hehe 🙂 That almost sounds like a Harry Reid line… “the negro guy” maybe?

  • What struck me was the stark difference in Obama’s nasty finger-pointing, chastising and blaming when set against the SOTU addresses given by Ronald Reagan.
    Reagan praised the good in us all, and called for us to be even better, because he believed it was our nature.
    This is but a couple of the examples of why they still call him “the great communicator”…



    “The heart of America is strong; it’s good and true. The cynics were wrong; America never was a sick society. We’re seeing rededication to bedrock values of faith, family, work, neighborhood, peace, and freedom – values that help bring us together as one people, from the youngest child to the most senior citizen.”


    Most specifically:
    “And let’s begin by discussing how to maintain economic growth by controlling and eventually eliminating the problem of federal deficits. We have had a balanced budget only eight times in the last 57 years. For the first time in 14 years, the federal government spent less in real terms last year than the year before. We took $73 billion off last year’s deficit compared to the year before. The deficit itself has moved from 6.3 percent of the Gross National Product to only 3.4 percent. And perhaps the most important sign of progress has been the change in our view of deficits. You know, a few of us can remember when, not too many years ago, those who created the deficits said they would make us prosperous and not to worry about the debt because “we owe it to ourselves.” Well, at last there is agreement that we can’t spend ourselves rich.”

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