Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Monday, March 26, 2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Obamacare Is Costing Far More Than The President Promised And It Won’t Get Much Better If Romney Is Elected
- Denver Int’l Airport - projected cost $1.7 billion (1989), actual cost $4.8 billion (1995)
- Seattle Light Rail System - projected cost $1.7 billion (1996), actual cost $2.6 billion (2000)
- Idaho Falls Nuclear Fuels Site - projected cost $124 million (1998). actual cost $273 million (2001)
- V-22 Osprey Aircraft - projected cost $23 million (1987), actual cost $90 million (2001)
- F/A-22 Raptor Fighter Jet - projected cost $89 million (1992), actual cost $248 million (2002)
- RAH-66 Comanche Helicopter - projected cost $31 million (2000), actual cost $52 million (2002)
- Medicaid Special Hospital Subsidy - projected cost $100 million (1987), actual cost $11 billion (1992)
- Medicare Pt. A projected in 1965 that the cost in 1990 would be $9 billion, but in 1990 the actual cost was $67 billion
- Medicare Home Care projected in 1988 that the cost in 1993 would be $4 billion but in 1993 the actual cost was $10 billion
Monday, March 12, 2012
* Delegates are split between bound and unbound. Most sources quote both bound and unbound totals. But unbound delegates are not obligated to vote for the candidate that won in their state. Therefore, it is quite possible that those unbound delegates could get to the convention and choose to vote for someone else, throwing the assumed plans of the party into chaos.
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
What handwriting is that? It’s the handwriting that says, “It’s the candidate, stupid!” It’s a message that is saying to them that they are blind if they don’t see that Mitt Romney is going through exactly the same nightmare I just outlined. Yet no one is listening.
Monday, March 5, 2012
- Aren’t committed to true conservative principles or don’t know how to discern who is a true conservative.
- Have decided that they are more interested in furthering their career than what’s best for the nation and have chosen to support him because if he’s elected they want a position in his administration or want favors from his administration.
- Have sold out their conservative values to repay a contribution or endorsement Romney gave them in the past.
- They’ve fallen for the misnomer that they need to support a candidate who is in the “middle” so that the independent voters can be attracted which will thereby assure a Republican victory in the general election.