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exactly which lady part?

Yes, I’m well aware that the left classifies me as a card-carrying Samurai in the War on Women.

that’s me, fighting women

On the other hand, Barack Obama and the left really care about women. Don’t take my word for it, just watch this perverted ad for conclusive proof.

Surely Obama will be quite proud to show that crowning achievement “first time” ad to his grandchildren one day. We “Warriors on Women” have a polar opposite message for the ladies we love: vote for your individual liberties, vote with your God-given ability to reason.

yes, that part

Mr. Cain, please raise more Cain

Mr. Cain, please toughen your fiscal criticism of the US Government. In your Cain Commentary this morning, you used the following phrases: “patchwork”, “Taxmageddon”, “recent history […] does not inspire confidence”, “Congress can never seem to agree”, “serious drag on economic growth”, and “endless tinkering”.  Those phrases are listed here out of context (guilty as charged), but hopefully that choice won’t detract from this request.

a humble request for Mr. Cain

“Patchwork” brings to mind a nice quilt Grandma made. “Taxmageddon” sounds like late-night Discovery Channel fare. Compare your words to the current Wikipedia words remembering Charles Keating’s legal consequences for his involvement in the 1980s S&L Scandal: “duped”, “worthless”, “junk bonds”, “fraud”, “racketeering”, and “conspiracy”.

Presidents and Congressmen can and do use words like “patchwork” and “endless tinkering” to defer blame away from themselves when it comes to taxes and government spending. That’s not leadership.  These servants’ actions (or inexcusable inaction) would be high crimes in any other setting. Mr. Keating’s fraud was in the single digit billions, for which he spent 4.5 years in jail. Our federal government defrauds our future generations of tens of trillions. And yet, too many modern US politicians act as if the true question should be “who’s counting?”  If those politicians aren’t actively working or supporting virtuous economic purpose, we must frame our criticism in criminal terms.

As Doug Bandow points out today at American Spectator, even the CBO admits we’re headed to national insolvency very soon.  Bandow explains why even these reports are too optimistic, because they include fairy tale projections (i.e. fraudulent budgeting).

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