If you recognize the title of this article as a reference to the brilliant novel, "Animal Farm", then bravo to you! You are among the few well educated in our society. If you are reading this and have not read "Animal Farm" then I highly recommend it. If you are one of the mindless zombies just feeling your way through life without thinking then, trust me, Obama would want you to read that novel. Heck, even the Kardashians liked it. Click the convenient link to the right and order a copy.
Here is a quote from a Wisconsin Reporter article that inspired my memory of that novel:
More Americans are being killed every day while Obama does nothing but give speeches...
"The United States of America will continue to do what we must do to protect our people. We will be vigilant and we will be relentless," President Barack Obama said today, commenting on the ISIS beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley. "When people harm Americans, anywhere, we do what’s necessary to see that justice is done," Obama said.
Read the president's remarks here
Ummmmmmmm, nice WORDS Mr. President but when can we expect you to back them up with DEEDS?
You abandoned our people in Benghazi. Is that what you consider to be 'vigilant and relentless?'
You abandoned our people in Iraq. Is that what you consider to be 'vigilant and relentless?'
Now that the primary is over I am disappointed that Ken Van Doren was not the victor. I feel about the same way I felt after Herman Cain lost the primary to Mitt Romney. I think Ken would have been a better, tougher, more knowledgeable candidate and quicker with a come back to the kind of B.S. we always get from Democrats. Oh well, the people have made a final decision. There's no use obsessing about 'what might have been.' Time to move forward.
So now I have to decide who to vote for in the general election:
- the guy I hardly know who seems to be in agreement with my ideas about 80%
- or the Marxist Democrat who gave us Obamacare, auto maker bailouts, AIG bailouts, bank bailouts, inflation caused by loose fiscal policies, and who agrees with my ideas perhaps 0.5% of the time?
- Or, I guess there is the third option: act like a pansy and cowardly stay home sucking my thumb and fuming that my guy didn't win the primary...
Democratic lawmakers from Wisconsin are calling on Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to drop their defense of the state's gay marriage ban, saying the efforts are wasting taxpayer money and trying to protect an unconstitutional policy.
Read the whole article here.
"Republicans have blamed the influx of children at the border on the 2008 law, which they say has served as an incentive for people to enter the United States. The law allows minors entering the country from Central America, but not Mexico, to request asylum hearings.
House Democrats are balking at the push, arguing the debate over the trafficking law should be kept separate."
Read the whole article here.