'UR kidding, right?' GOP governors touting states' economies reminded who really built that!

@NolteNC Ur kidding right?

— ConservativeBlackMan (@Thomasismyuncle) March 20, 2015

Nope, no kidding. If Dems in certain states are in need of talking points to use against GOP governors, this Politico Magazine article tries to help:

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Good analogy from Putin

Found this over at Chief Nose Wetter


Ain’t it the truth…remember ‘you didn’t build that’?

Herald Hit on Hillary 'Warrens' a More Honest Look

The Boston Herald jumps all over some Kennedy-on-Clinton action today, giving Page One over to Joe K 3.0.

Inside, reporter Matt Stout elaborates:

Kennedy: ‘Companies clearly create jobs’

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You didn’t build that…no, wait, I mean you did build that but we’ll tax the crap out of you anyway…

Poor Hillary. Maybe it was just the close proximity to Elizabeth Warren that got her tongue tied. I mean, really, she’s possibly looking at another far-left challenger who may impede her coronation in 2016 so she probably thought she’d have to “out-Warren” the Indian princess from Harvard as the two stood side by side at the Boston rally for Martha Coakley. 1,017 more words


You Didn't Build That

Here a text of the sermon I preached today–more or less. 

I am a fan of political speeches. Well…at least I was, back when some of them were worth listening to and involved more than one politician slamming another’s record, ideals and personal life. 1,043 more words

Ha! Hillary Clinton’s claim about who doesn’t create jobs partially validated

Speaking at an event in Massachusetts yesterday, Hillary Clinton was making the pitch for an increase in the minimum wage by claiming it would create jobs. 63 more words

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'Delusional' Hillary Clinton has 'you didn't build that' moment, says businesses don't create jobs

Don’t tell anyone this, but there are some rumors in certain circles that Hillary Clinton might be considering a run for president in 2016. Speaking at an event in Massachusetts today, the former secretary of state seemed to be trying to head off possible competitor Elizabeth Warren by hijacking her line that it’s not corporations and businesses that create jobs. 483 more words

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