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Hey Liberals, Moderates, and Libertarians! Join the Conservatives . . . or Perish!

Every news outlet is filled with post-election analysis about how demographics are turning against conservatives. The liberals, the libertarians, and the moderates are all proclaiming, yet again, how we conservatives must moderate our position on some issue or another. Well, we have a different take on this.

Why must we, the conservatives, always be the responsible ones, the adults of the electorate? After all, if the economy falters and the government runs out of money, who is hurt more? We do not rely on government money and programs.

Look at what happened in the state of Wisconsin two years ago. In the midst of the economic downturn, we elected Scott Walker; he reduced the size of government and the power of the public sector unions. Even in liberal states, like NY and CA, similar austerity measures have been taken. What did we, as conservatives, lose? Not much.

So, this is our answer to the democrats who claim that we should compromise on raising taxes and growing government, the moderates who say that we need to compromise on abortion and amnesty, and the libertarians who proclaim that we must compromise on gay marriage and legalization: “Go ahead, make our day!”

If the economic collapse happens and no welfare checks are issued, you democrats will see the riots in your neighborhoods. If the state runs out of money, you moderates will have less government power to wield. If the liberals force tax increases, it will hit you rich libertarians and homosexuals the hardest.

Every election, each of you attempts to hold a gun to us conservatives and extract a ransom. We are tired of hearing it. We are not afraid. So, go ahead and pull that trigger. We dare you!

With the fiscal cliff on the horizon, we are telling you all now that you had better join us, the conservatives, on taxes, immigration, abortion, marriage, drug policy and reducing the size of government. Join us or perish!

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November 9, 2012 at 3:40 pm Comments (0)

Amazon Proves Liberals Are 50% More Ignorant

Amazon has classified the political books that it sells as red (conservative) and blue (liberal). From this, they have created a heat map to display the relative sales of the books for each state.

The result is illustrative of how uninformed liberals are. Overall, conservative book sales are 50% higher than those of liberal books. Even in the ultra-liberal states like California and Illinois, Amazon sells more conservative books than liberal ones.

Newsmax has a summarized list of the books and what has sold at the link here.

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October 9, 2012 at 11:34 am Comments (0)

John McCain Slams Mitt Romney’s Liberalism

If you doubt that Mitt Romney is a liberal, don’t take my word for it. Get it straight from one of his supporters. In 2008, John McCain explained just how liberal Mitt Romney was. How is that for straight talk?

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February 23, 2012 at 1:42 am Comments (0)

Newt Gingrich Shows How to Handle the Liberal Press in One Easy Lesson

In this MSNBC interview, New Gingrich demonstrates how to knock down liberal attacks. One after another, the master demonstrates why he has been such a powerful force in conservative politics.

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January 20, 2012 at 1:15 am Comments (0)

The Wisconsin Media’s Awful Unemployment Lies Against Scott Walker

How badly will the Wisconsin media lie in order to destroy Walker? Well, the latest headline from WSAU reads “Wisconsin leads the nation in November job losses.”

That sounds pretty bad. If you read the first paragraph of the story, it appears that Wisconsin led the nation in job losses for October as well as November:

For the second month in a row, Wisconsin leads the nation in the numbers of jobs it lost in November. The U-S Bureau of Labor Statistics said the Badger State lost a seasonally-adjusted 14,600 jobs last month, on top of the 9700 lost jobs the government reported in October.

So, did Wisconsin really lead the nation in job losses for October? Try reading the next paragraph of the story:

The initial monthly job loss figures are preliminary, and state Workforce Development Secretary Reggie Newson said the final numbers for October showed much fewer job losses. But Newson has not said that Washington’s numbers treat Wisconsin more harshly than other states — so if the proportions are the same, the state’s ranking compared to others would not change.

Let’s parse that message for a second. It says that the numbers that were reported for October were wrong, but they didn’t bother to correct them. Then WSAU goes on to speculate that the state’s ranking wouldn’t change anyway. Of course, WSAU is wrong again.

As this story from the ultra-liberal Cap Times points out,

. . . revised numbers from October show the state losing 2,400 jobs, not 9.600 as first reported. Revised figures now show several other states with more job losses, including Minnesota, with 7,300.

That’s right, WSAU deliberately reported incorrect numbers for October and made false suppositions about the state’s ranking. Wisconsin’s job losses were only 2,400, about one fourth of what was reported and the state did not have the largest number of job losses.

A few other worthy items stick out in the Cap Times article:

. . . [Wisconsin’s] unemployment rate fell to 7.3 percent, marking the lowest level in a year.

. . . October was the fifth straight month where the federal agency had overestimated the number of jobs losses in the state.

Three other times this year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics underestimated jobs gains . . .

I wonder why The Cap Times didn’t use the headline “Wisconsin’s unemployment rate at the lowest level in a year” instead of “Wisconsin leads nation in job losses.”

Let’s dig a little deeper into the employment numbers. Here are the employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for September, October and November: 2,819,200, 2,822,900, and 2,831,400. According to this report, the number of employed has actually grown by 3,700 for October and 8,500 for November.

So, it appears that Wisconsin had positive job growth for the last two months, and these improving numbers are reflected in the unemployment rates for September, October and November which were 7.8, 7.7 and 7.3. It would be nice to have someone reporting the news accurately, but I wouldn’t expect it from the liberal media when they are trying desperately to recall governor Scott Walker.

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December 21, 2011 at 1:11 pm Comments (0)

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