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Friday, April 16, 2010

Governor Sarah Palin Remains On Fire

RUSH: We have a little Sarah Palin sound bite here. This afternoon in Boston, the national tea party rally.  There's just a portion-of-what she said.
Sarah Palin:  Consequences of these actions, the results are un-American.  Is that what Barack Obama meant when he promised the nation that they would "fundamentally transform America"?  He warned us. He warned us with a playbook that sure seems to me like it's all Alinsky, all the time.  Is this what their "change" is all about?  I want to tell him, "Nah! You know, we'll keep clinging to our Constitution and our guns and religion, and you can keep the change."
CROWD: (cheering)
RUSH: Sarah Palin remains on fire, fighting hard out there.  Guess what?  The Democrats for only the second or third time in history are going to pass on the budget.  They're not going to do any work on the budget before the election.  Now, the budget has to be done -- well, they'll get a continuing resolution. But the budget has to be done by October 1st.  
That's when the fiscal year begins.  But they're not going to touch it. They're going to stay away from it. They're not have any debates, no meetings.  Waxman just canceled a hearing on health care overhaul costs.  I told you. They're not going to have any more conversations about health care, now that they got the bill passed, they're not going to talk about the budget.  "House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told reporters today that Democrats may not be able to pass an actual budget resolution this year because too many members will be skittish about voting for a budget with such a gaping deficit during election season, The Hill  reports. 
Theoretically speaking, Congress is supposed to pass a budget resolution each year, but it can get away without passing one. When Republicans were in control, there were a number of years during which they failed to pass a budget. At the same time, Democrats" made a big deal out of it. They do not want any negatives whatsoever because they know the tea parties are all fired up, and trying to limit the damage. 

Sarah Palin To Obama: Is A Strong America A Problem? Lack Of Faith In America?

Asked this week about his faltering efforts to advance the Middle East peace process, President Obama did something remarkable. In front of some 47 foreign leaders and hundreds of reporters from all over the world, President Obama said that “whether we like it or not, we remain a dominant military superpower.” 
Whether we like it or not? Most Americans do like it. America’s military may be one of the greatest forces for good the world has ever seen, liberating countless millions from tyranny, slavery, and oppression over the last 234 years. As a dominant superpower, the United States has won wars hot and cold; our military has advanced the cause of freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan and kept authoritarian powers like Russian and China in check. 

Photo By Michelle Shepard / Toronto Star
It is in America’s and the world’s interests for our country to remain a dominant military superpower, but under our great country’s new leadership that dominance seems to be slipping away. President Obama has ended production of the F-22, the most advanced fighter jet this country has ever built. He’s gutted our missile defense program by eliminating shield resources in strategic places including Alaska. And he’s ended the program to build a new generation of nuclear weapons that would have ensured the reliability of our nuclear deterrent well into the future. All this is in the context of the country’s unsustainable debt that could further limit defense spending. As one defense expert recently explained:
The president is looking to eliminate the last vestiges of the Reagan-era buildup. Once the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are “ended” (not “won”), the arms control treaties signed, and defense budgets held at historic lows while social entitlements and debt service rise to near-European levels, the era of American superpower will have passed.
The truth is this: by his actions we see a president who seems to be much more comfortable with an American military that isn’t quite so dominant and who feels the need to apologize for America when he travels overseas. Could it be a lack of faith in American exceptionalism? The fact is that America and our allies are safer when we are a dominant military superpower – whether President Obama likes it or not.
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