The IUSB Vision Weblog

The way to crush the middle class is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation. – Vladimir Lenin

Archive for April 14th, 2011

Tammy Bruce shuts down leftist professors at Bucknell.

Posted by iusbvision on April 14, 2011

Tammy Bruce the former leftist and NOW president is quite possibly the finest debater I have ever seen. Most academics talk to each other so their critical thinking skills atrophy. When they start to lose watch their behavior.

Posted in Other Links | 4 Comments »

Obama’s budget speech was the most dishonest I have ever seen coming from a president.

Posted by iusbvision on April 14, 2011

Amazing, Obama’s speech is a host of near perfect 180 degree contradictions. We all know that many politicians lie, but rarely do we see people in office who tell a long series of such fantastic whoppers. The elite media has got to be in cognitive dissonance trying to protect this man from himself. Dr. Krauthammer’s comments are not even a mild exaggeration. I have never seen a policy speech by a president this dishonest and partisan to the point of silliness. Obama has managed to amaze me….and just when I thought it would not get much worse.

WSJ: The most dishonest speech in decades – LINK.

Obama says that we were not a great country until we had the welfare state…

Flashback 2009 Obama: I’ll cut deficit in half by end of my first term

Instead he has offered up 1.3-1.6 trillion dollar yearly deficits for as far as the eye can see. This is up to eight times the yearly deficit spending in 2007.

Dr. Charles Krauthammer, Paul Ryan, Lee Doren, Laura Ingraham, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul,

How can the president say that his proposal is a deficit reduction proposal when he admits it adds $8 Trillion to the debt?

Here is Paul Ryan talking about the GOP alternative budget that actually addresses the long term deficit crisis –

Posted in Other Links | Leave a Comment »

Bill O’Rielly: Last Stand For The Nanny State

Posted by iusbvision on April 14, 2011

Posted in Other Links | Leave a Comment »