rhetoric

Or We Could Have Had A Cure For Ebola?

by Steve MacDonald October 31, 2014
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‘Or we Could have had a cure for Ebola‘ might have to ask ‘If you like your plan you can keep your plan’ to slide over a bit so it can sit next to it on the Democrat bench of all time classic talking-point blunders.  We are referring to that Democrat rhetoric by which Republican […]

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The Double Edged Sword Of ObamaCare Rhetoric

by Steve MacDonald November 22, 2013

From Victor Davis Hanson The newly canceled health plans are suddenly rebranded by the administration as “subpar.” Only in autumn 2013 is the supposedly unaware public told that, years ago, “bad apple” insurance companies sold them “substandard” plans. According to Obama, millions of Americans were once ignorant or uninformed, and thus will soon be pleased […]

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Promises, Promises…

by Steve MacDonald January 21, 2013

It’s time for another Obama Inauguration speech and if he keeps promises made in this one as well as he did the last….well, at least this time there is an actual shelf-life on the Obama Presidency as well. H/T Reason.TV, c/o Hot Air  

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Ask A New Hampshire Democrat About Taxing The Rich

by Steve MacDonald September 23, 2012

The distance between left wing rhetoric and reality is wide, particularly on the issue of taxing the rich.  This classic bit of class war rhetoric is used to deflect any deeper inspection of the problem, and the flaws in the Democrat’s solution.  And the flaws are huge.  Immense.  Enormous.  Disqualifying in fact.  So ask a […]

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A Funding “Solution” For Democrats Concerned about Budget Cuts

by Steve MacDonald May 13, 2011

Remember all that stuff we didn’t have to have in the New Hampshire budget before 2006 when the democrats started piling it up into what has become our Billion dollar budget deficit? I don’t either. I’m not even sure what they spent it on which is why I am convinced I can do without it. All this caterwauling is clearly just cover for keeping the bloated bureaucracy alive so they can milk it for union campaign contributions.

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Quick Note To Those Seeking A Reasoned Political Debate

by Steve MacDonald May 9, 2011

The first step would be to advance a theory where government didn’t have its fingers in every single pie. If the state left more decisions to local and individual control there would be a lot less to debate, and less heated rhetoric, because it would be none of the political classes damn business.

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