POLIBLOG

POLLIWOG (Tadpole): the early stage of an animal that will eventually become a frog, hoping to be kissed by a princess, turning into a prince! POLIBLOG (Political Blog): the early stage of a center-right political blog that may eventually become a full blown blog of the center-right. Join in if you find any merit in the comments. If you are on the left and disagree, feel free to straighten me out! Who knows, with effort from all of us this blog may turn into a prince!

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Thursday, February 04, 2016

POL CORRECTNESS - A SUBSET OF POLITICAL CORRECTNESS

I have been amazed and surprised at the hate spewed towards Trump by many moderate right pundits whom I respect. I thought some level of that type reaction would be heard for the first month or two that he led the polls, but not after six months! And it is continuing to this day.

My theory: these pundits - mostly beltway/establishment types - are terribly upset by his "Pol Incorrectness". Like our society, which is dominated by politically correctness, the political establishment is dominated by pol correctness: the idea that any politician must act according to established rules of the political game.

Trump violates those established rules. Trump is a businessman, not a pol. As a businessman I understand the vast majority of his ideas. I have worked with people similar to him my entire career - approaching 50 years. You can see this training in most of his speeches, tweets, ideas. But he is not following the establishment rules!

I have no idea at this point if I will vote for him or not. But I do know he is bringing something new to the game. And I do know where the societies Political Correctness and the establishments Pol Correctness has gotten us. And it is not a good place!

Monday, July 22, 2013

Shelby Steele and the Civil Rights Establishment's "poetic truth"!

The Zimmerman trial exposes the corruption of the civil rights establishment. The ultimate paragraph is a comment not just on the civil rights establishment but also, I am afraid, our President:

"There are vast career opportunities, money and political power to be gleaned from the specter of Mr. Zimmerman as a racial profiler/murderer; but there is only hard and selfless work to be done in tackling as illegitimacy rate that threatens to consign blacks to something like permanent inferiority. If there is anything good to be drawn from the Zimmerman/Martin tragedy, it is only the further revelation of the corruption and irrelevance of today's civil rights leadership."


An honest analysis and good read!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Michael Ramirez' Brilliance!

Michael Ramirez shows you all you need to know about BHO and the MSM to make your voting decision easy!  I wish I could be as concise!



Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Even Dems might understand this!

Following analysis of our national debt was sent to me by my daughter:



I also read an interesting article on our national debt.  It took eight 0's off the actual debt to compare it to a household budget.  Here's what it looked like...



U.S. annual tax revenue: $2,340,000,000,000

Federal annual spending budget: $3,590,000,000,000

New annual debt from overspending this year:  $1,250,000,000,000

National debt:  $15,400,000,000,000

Last year's budget cut by Congress: $38,500,000,000



-Now remove 8 zeros and pretend it's a household budget-



Annual income: $23,400

Budget:  $35,900

New debt added to credit cards: $12,500

Outstanding balance on credit cards: $154,000

Total cuts to the family budget: $385


Think we have a problem?

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

BHO Quixote


So on point!

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Does BHO really think this will work?

Monday, April 09, 2012

More silly Democrat illogic: DOMA v Obamacare

Byron York points out the blatant politicizing of the courts.  They should be ashamed!


"In 1996 Congress passed the Defense of Marriage Act by huge bipartisan votes -- 342 to 67 in the House and 85 to 14 in the Senate. President Bill Clinton signed the measure into law. Now, the Obama administration says DOMA, which permits states to refuse to recognize gay marriages from other states and also creates a federal definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman, is unconstitutional. ... 'I'm confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected Congress,' Obama said Monday about the arguments over Obamacare before the nation's highest court. The danger presented in the health care case, the president continued, is that 'an unelected group of people would somehow overturn a duly constituted and passed law.' ... If the president was so concerned about a court overturning a duly constituted law passed by a democratically elected Congress, why was he urging a small group of unelected judges to strike down DOMA, a measure that won passage by a far greater margin than Obamacare? The answer is, of course, that the administration is making a political argument for its positions, not a legal one. ... [T]he timing of the arguments over Obamacare and DOMA has revealed the flexibility of the administration's arguments over constitutionality. And the flap over Obama's remarks is just a preview of what is coming when the court issues its decision on Obamacare this June." --columnist Byron York