Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Richard Steele's Prognostication of Malfeasance

Richard Steele, Chairman of the GOP, took a day off yesterday from his regimen of bringing down the Republican party from within. He wanted to warn the Party that they probably would not take back the house of representatives in 2010, despite obama's rampant unpopularity. He spent almost twenty million dollars in the last round of gubernatorial elections, leaving the GOP war chest with a scant eight millions dollars for the 2010 election. And no one wants to give the Republican party any money right now; they would rather fund the Tea Party movement and Sarah Palin. Steele basically said that the Republican party probably could not handle a majority in either house. I guess he's referring to the Abramoff scandals from a few years ago, but I'm not sure if that kind of honesty really helps the party. In a strange way, though, he's right. The Republican party is flailing, and needs to unite around a core set of Fundamental values that a majority of the Country can relate to. Less spending leads to lower taxes leads to more jobs, spending, and a healthy economy. That should be the Conservative path to victory, not this ridiculous infighting. If we run three candidates in the 2012 elections, the result will be the same as the 1992 election, where Perot threw the vote to Clinton and ushered in the destruction of America.

Friday, January 1, 2010

The Apocalypse Can't Wait Until 2012.

I'm starting to regret that I didn't build a bomb shelter and stockpile food during Y2K. It seems like the next Great Depression is right around the corner. The only thing that could have saved us was a strong dollar, but that's gone forever. One point six trillion dollars created since the stock market started to tank in 2008, and meanwhile the American economy is still struggling. Everyone applauds Obama, but I'm a school teacher. I know the truth. In 2010, schools in New York and all across the country are more segregated than they were in the 1950s. That is an indisputable fact. My heart goes out to Rush Limbaugh, and I hope he feels better.