Once they have rammed through Obamacare, we can expect “immigration reform” to be next on the Lib agenda. The Dems know they will have pissed off the majority of the taxpaying public so will need to get more voters on the rolls.
Thousands of demonstrators marched on the mall today to demand immigration reform. Enough to make your blood boil. What follows is a surprisingly fair clip regarding anchor babies, produced by ABC News a while back. Hat tip: Moonbattery.
Obama Paying More Than Buffett as Bonds Show U.S. Losing AAA
The bond market is saying that it’s safer to lend to Warren Buffett than Barack Obama. Two-year notes sold by the billionaire’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. in February yield 3.5 basis points less than Treasuries of similar maturity, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Procter & Gamble Co.
Johnson & Johnson and Lowe’s Cos. debt also traded at lower yields in recent weeks, a situation former Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. chief fixed-income strategist Jack Malvey calls an “exceedingly rare” event in the history of the bond market.
The $2.59 trillion of Treasury Department sales since the start of 2009 have created a glut as the budget deficit swelled to a post-World War II-record 10 percent of the economy and raised concerns whether the U.S. deserves its AAA credit rating…
I hope all you Perry voters can count on him leading the charge to nullify this communist crap-sandwich once it passes. From the AP:
President Barack Obama and House Democratic leaders struck a last-minute deal Sunday with abortion foes to secure the final few votes needed to remake America’s health care system, writing a climactic chapter in a century-old quest for near universal coverage…
Another Democrat stronghold run into the ground. From Breitbart:
The Kansas City school board narrowly approved a plan Wednesday night to close nearly half the district’s schools in a desperate bid to avoid a potential bankruptcy.
The board voted 5-4 after parents and community leaders made final pleas to spare the schools even as the beleaguered district seeks to erase a projected $50 million budget shortfall. The approved plan calls for shuttering 29 of 61 schools—a striking amount even as public school closes rise nationwide while the recession eats away at academic budgets…