Tuesday, October 19, 2010

'Nancy Pelosi' 'Stars' in John Dennis', "Wicked Witch of the Left" Campaign Ad

See if you can guess which player has the role of SanFran' Nan. (Hint; look for the actress with the 'surprised' look, flying around on a broom that doubles as a taxpayer funded 757.)

You can learn more about John Dennis and donate to his campaign here.

Lest we forget, here's the Speaker of the House in another memorable media moment telling Jack Burns why she won't debate her opponent John Dennis.

Burns points out that Ron Paul debated all three of his opponents, and asks if the Speaker of the House willing to face her opponent in a debate. "Let me tell you what my priorities are to elect a Democratic Congress." riffs Nancy, "Time is Money for me." That's rich. Pelosi's push to spend billions for the failed and unwanted, 'stimulus package', not to mention the debt that taxpayers will be mired in for generations to fund the albatross known as ObamaCare certainly qualifies for the, her time is our money category.

Here, the author of Know your Power explains how unemployment helps stimulate the economy though the marvelous engine of government unemployment checks.

"Now let me say that unemployment insurance, we talk about it as a safety net this is one of the biggest stimuluses to our economy. Economists (Keynesian no doubt) will tell you, this money is spent quickly, It injects demand into the economy, and is job creating. It creates jobs faster than almost any other initiative you can name." says the sage from California's 8th Congressional District. Because again it is money that is needed for families to survive and it is spent. So it has a double benefit. It helps those who have lost their jobs. But is also a job creator. And for that reason, for those two reasons at least, it should be passed (Congress' recent measure to extend unemployment benefits) and I'm optimistic that it will."

Video and question, from Jack Burns

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