Saturday, April 20, 2013

by David Lawrence

Obama wowed the bathetic, emotionally charged, simplistic  audience in Connecticut when he tried to save gun control legislation, “Now’s the time to get engaged.  Now’s the time to get involved.  Now’s the time to push back on fear and frustration and misinformation.”  
The arrogant narcissistic tone of his gun control speech applies to all his other grandiose plans.  Once again Obama is outlining his bad qualities and accusing others of having them.  He blames others for “fear and frustration and misinformation” while he has pandered fear about the sequestration and frustrated the middle class with incipient inflation and lack of jobs.
He has told the people that Obamacare would be cheaper, that we could all keep our original policies and that seniors would have more opportunities rather than limited coverage and death panels.
Obama looks in the mirror at his bad qualities and turns it around and reflects his own negativity back on the Republicans. 
Obama wanted a good thing—health care for everyone.  Instead he ruined it by being overly ambitious.  There won’t be enough doctors for the new patients and our country will go bankrupt from the additional layers of bureaucratic administration.
Guns or health care, Obama lies about the possible results and pretends he could do more than he could do.  He is a phony whether he is refusing to drill for oil, holding up the Keystone XL Pipeline, limiting fracking,  giving out free condoms, refusing to vote against infanticide or backing contradictory gay marriage. 
Obama is engaged in concepts that are too large for his sophomoric, jump-to-conclusions mind.  He wants to change everything because he doesn’t know how to modify the adjustable. His idea of baby steps is a leap off the Grand Canyon.
He implements the impossible instead of the probable.  He has the rigidity of an ideologue and the opinionated simplicity of Mr. Potato Head. 

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Arlington's Million Dollar Bus Stop

Ever wondered what a bus stop that cost a million dollars to build would look like? Now you can see one for yourself on the Columbia Pike in Arlington. 
"Are you kidding? That's crazy!" said a Metrobus rider. "That's a hell of a lot of money for a bus stop." 

WUSA9 spent two hours on Tuesday trying to find someone who thought it was worth it. Instead, all they found were people who couldn't get past the price tag.

The "super stop" opened just last week, and the county already has plans to build 23 more along the Columbia Pike. 

"Right now I can feel the wind and rain," said one rider. "The older bus stop was must better."

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Liberty University allows gun owners with concealed weapons permits to carry on campus and inside buildings
by Amanda Horne

Currently, I am a law student at Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg Virginia. On April 1st 2013, Liberty University took a bold and courageous step announcing their new policy to allow all students with valid state and university concealed weapons permits to carry on campus, even inside buildings. Chancellor Jerry Falwell Jr., Law School Dean Matthew Staver, and the board of trustees are visionaries who believe in freedom, the Second Amendment, and the right of individuals to protect themselves. The leaders of Liberty University did not cave to the pressure of the left or succumb to the media’s frenzy over recent events, and instead stepped up to provide a realistic and effective policy that will prevent a Virginia Tech style shooting on their campus. Liberty University has put the deranged gunmen of the world on notice. Liberty University will not be an easy target for you. God forbid, but if an incident ever were to occur on our campus, rest assured we will fight and we will protect ourselves. I am very proud to share this news, and very proud of Liberty University’s leaders for taking this principled position.  Liberty is a shining example to all other colleges and universities around the country.
I urge you, do not let them talk you into trying to protect yourself with a rape whistle, a call box, security guards, text messages, or even law enforcement to ensure you are safe on campus.

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