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October 2013 Blog Posts (4)

President Locks out Vets from memorials, but allows a rally for illegals on the National Mall.

Last week, the president tried to prevent WW2 vets from visiting a free, open-air memorial in their honor; but they instead broke through the barriers. Then the president, or some lackey of of his, threatened to have the vets arrested if they broke through the barriers. As far as I know, the WW2 and other War Memorials are still closed to this day. However, Obama, or one of his lackeys, allowed a rally on the National Mall to take place; this rally was for "amnesty." The National Mall is an…


Added by Gregg Veach on October 9, 2013 at 2:25am — No Comments

A Petty Action by a very Petty President.

A Petty Action by a very Petty President.   It is not only this action, but others as well, the one that comes to mind the most is the cancelation, until this morning, of Football Games by the Military Academies’.   The monies used to hold these games are “NON APROPRIATED” monies, and hence there is absolutely NO REASON,  (OTHER THAN SHEAR PETTYNESS), to deny the Academies’ their football games.  Many of the Parks are also unmanned and could be…


Added by Don on October 3, 2013 at 9:18am — 5 Comments

Congress NOT exempt.

While there is no 28th Amendment (at least not yet), Congress seems required to take ObamaCare, so why aren't they signing up?


"Are members of Congress exempt from the Patient…


Added by Gregg Veach on October 3, 2013 at 3:48am — 3 Comments

So Much For the "Little Guy"

Something's not adding up! shows me, a single male, who has $0 (actually, negative income, as a result of investment losses), is not within the poverty limit for subsidy. Income $0 is 0% of poverty level; Unsubsidized…


Added by Gregg Veach on October 3, 2013 at 3:36am — No Comments

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