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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Filibuster: Kid in a candy store


From the cartoonist:

President Obama will have very little to curb his political appetite once he takes office. For the first time in over a decade, the Democrats will control not only the White House, but both branches of the U.S. Congress as well.

Obama has already laid out a few of his first immediate priorities -- reverse the federal ban on stem cell research, implement the SCHIP plan for subsidized childrens’ healthcare, lift limitations on foreign aid to oversees abortion programs, and reintroduce new limits on oil exploration in certain areas of the American coasts and wilderness.

And from there, who knows.

Credit: J.J. McCullough

Posted by P.M. Jaworski on November 11, 2008 in Western Standard | Permalink


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If you think oil prices were bad this past year, just wait until OPEC sees we have no resolve to use our own resources to break their monopoly. All we can hope for is unprecedented Republican backbone in resisting Obama's leftist change.

It's not much to have faith in.

Posted by: Charles Martin Cosgriff | 2008-11-11 9:42:05 AM

How long will it take for Obama to realize that he's not a kid in a candy store, but a bull in a china shop.

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2008-11-11 9:59:38 AM

...strange, but that cartoon is vaguely familiar to the one when the Reform party got into Ottawa the first time

Posted by: tomax7 | 2008-11-11 8:06:38 PM

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