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Coming Home (Again)
Written by Melanie Morgan Tuesday, 03 January 2012 00:00
Here we are in 2012. Barack Hussein Obama will meet his fate during the presidential election, and I am back on KSFO with my good friend Brian Sussman. Coincidence? I think not.
The Sussman, our KSFO crew and I plan big things for 2012, and we cant do them without you, our loyal listeners. Important safety tip for Obama: Read up on the recall of ex-Gov. Gray Davis, a liberal man in a state that has suffered many love affairs with liberal politicians.
Lets remind ourselves why we will work our derrieres off to defeat Obama this year. We know, dear listeners, that you are well-educated and you stay on top of the politics of destruction and the monsters - who usually sport a big-D after their names -who unleash their socialist plans on us.
Are you better off today than you were three years ago? If you answered yes, then you are probably an owner of Solyndra, the now bankrupt solar company that was quite cozy with the corrupt Obama. For review: Obama visited the solar company in a media blitz and touted it as a success. A short time later, Solyndra which had raised more than $1 billion from investors and got a half-billion dollar loan guarantee from the Obama Administration laid off 1,100 workers. (And we wonder why Californias unemployment rate has skyrocketed under Obama. Yet his cronies and he are getting richer).
This will not shock our brilliant listeners, but the entire Solyndra debacle (paid for with TAXPAYERS money) was driven by Obamas politics, according to an investigation by the liberal Washington Post.
Meant to create jobs and cut reliance on foreign oil, Obamas green-technology program was infused with politics at every level, The Washington Post found in an analysis of thousands of memos, company records and internal e-mails, according to the Washington Post.
Its the Chicago way, baby. So step aside or, as we will do at KSFO, stand RIGHT IN THEIR WAY!!!!!
As William F. Buckley said almost sixty years ago "stand athwart history and yell, stop."