After 2 Years of Policy Failures Democrats Switch Gears – Aim to Silence Vocal Conservative Critics

111th Congress Added More Debt Than First 100 Congresses Combined: $10,429 Per Person in U.S.

It was historic.
Barack Obama tripledthe national deficit in one year. When Speaker Pelosi took over Congress the national deficit was $162 billion. When she exits in 2011 as Speaker it will be at $1.29 Trillion dollars.
Obama topped a trillion dollars his second year, too.

(The Captain’s Comments)

Spending was up 84% under Obama.

That’s not all…
Barack Obama is the worst jobs president since the Great Depression and possibly the worst jobs president in US history.

After two years of policy failures Democrats have now switched gears and are trying to silence the opposition. They understand their policies don’t work and have decided that smearing their conservative opposition may be their best way back into power.

This explains why the democrat-media complex including Media Matters, Daily Kos, Keith Olbermann, CNN, The New York Times, democratic politicians, etc. are working overtime to pin the mass murder by an anti-war, anti-Christian, anti-Constitution, left-wing, pro-Marx, antiflag, “quite liberal” lunatic on right-wing politicos. The left can’t win in the arena of ideas. Their policies have been a complete disaster. So, rather than acknowledging their errors and correcting course, they are trying to silence good God-fearing conservatives. And, they wonder why they’re called socialists?

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