*Why the Left Lost It, by Daniel Henninger.
â€śWhat happened in November has to be stopped, by whatever means become available. Available this week was a chance to make some independents wonder if the tea parties, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Jared Loughner are all part of the same dark force.
Who believes this? They do.â€ť
Read the whole thing.
RELATED:Â What the left did wrong, by Jennifer Rubin.
I will go on record now and say that I want a logo and free t-shirts at my funeral.
*You know what will help the nation move forward and heal after Saturdayâ€™s terrible events?Â Â Enacting moreÂ leftist legislation.Â Â And no, itâ€™s not gun control (although thatâ€™s in the pike too).
RELATED: The Obamesiah canÂ heal the blind!
*TheÂ NYT continues to cover itself in glory.
RELATED: Losing ourÂ AAA credit rating
RELATED II:Â The Tab Comes Due in 2011, by Victor Davis Hanson.
â€śOn a variety of fronts â€” health care, the budget, energy, defense, and politics â€” we have heard lots of easy rhetoric the last two years. But now the reckoning comes due in 2011 â€” and it may be not a pretty thing to watch.â€ť
*My house is depressed.
*Half of all states are now suing to stop implementation of ObamaCare.
*A Price for Raising the Debt Ceiling, by Arthur Laffer.
â€śGovernment spending is taxation, pure and simple. That taxation reduces output, employment and production. It’s basic Econ 101. If, instead of using government spending for productive purposes, Congress uses it on bailouts for failing banks and unprofitable businesses, cash for clunkers, housing subsidies and unemployment, it’s a double-whammy for the economy. You can’t raise taxes on people who work, increase what you pay people not to work, and then expect more people to work.â€ť
RELATED:Â 71% of Americans oppose raising the debt ceiling.