Sessions: President Obama Is Shrinking Middle Class Opportunity (Video)

Visibly peeved ranking Member Senator Jeff Sessions, spoke on the Senate floor recently to count the ways President Obama’s policies have hurt the middle class and limited opportunity for taxpayers.  He did a good job covering the areas of debt, health care, regulation, energy, trade, and illegal immigration.

“There’s a lot of things that we can do that will not cost this Treasury a dime… It’s time, indeed, for a middle-class agenda… we don’t need more dishonest spending, politicians promising favor, promising to give people something the government doesn’t have to give, spending money we don’t have… the net beneficiary of all this seems to have been the political class, not the middle class.”


Rush Limbaugh: Obama Never Got To Bow To Kim Jong Il (Video)

Rush’s funny take, yesterday, on Kim Jong il’s death. Funny because it’s true:

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“It’s a shame that Kim Jong Il died before Obama ever got the chance to bow down to him or apologize to him.”

Hat tip: Brian B.


Video: Occupy vs Nativity Scene

A better name for this video might be Nativity Scene Occupies #Occupy. And as this is a left-wing movement, you better believe there were offended occupiers, (and the one obligatory whacked out of his mind occupier). But surprisingly, not all of them were hostile and/or crazy.

Brought to you by those mischievous Misfit Politics miscreants:

I love how the dude with the bandana over his face, says “the law is my Lord.” Not something you hear everyday from an anarchistic occupier.

Cross-posted at Moonbattracker.


Another Nativity Scene causing controversy in Venezuela: 

A Nativity scene in Caracas showing the socialist president standing before the traditional crib-in-a-manger has stirred up a pre-Christmas controversy in the politically polarized country.

“It has nothing to do with the real Nativity, with religion. I don’t like it,” said passerby Arnaldo Amundaray, tutting as he took a close look at the model.

For Chavez supporters and the Nativity’s creators, it is a legitimate and innocent tribute to their man.

“The intention is to show off all the revolution’s achievements because the media silence the good things President Chavez has done,” said Maria Alejandra Mijares, a Women’s Ministry employee who helped make the Nativity.

The lovingly constructed model, which stands in a concourse of residential and business towers in central Caracas, has the traditional Christian scene at its heart. But it also politicizes the Nativity by paying tribute to some of Chavez’s most popular policies during his 13-year rule.

Weasel Zippers quips: “White House officials last seen furiously taking down notes for next year.”

Interesting depiction of Chavez in heaven, here.