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"When a wise person debates with a fool, the fool rages and laughs, and there is no peace and quiet." Proverbs 29:9.

Our Vice President, Joe Biden, the Idiot!

Joe Laughs at America's Problems


Joe Biden says Romney want to "put y'all back in chains."

Joe Biden tells Chuck Graham, a man in a wheelchair to "stand up."

Joe Biden says ""You CANNOT go to a 7-11 or a Dunkin Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent ... I'm not kidding."

The Best of Joe Biden Gaffe

"I promise you, our president has a big stick."

America's Fiscal cliff hits Jan 1st

10% income tax rate jumps to 15%

 25% income tax rate jumps to 28%

 28% income tax rate jumps to 31%

 33% income tax rate jumps to 36%

 35% income tax rate jumps to 39.6%

 $55 Billion cut from Domestic Programs

 $55 Billion cut from Defense Programs

 Social Security Payroll tax increases from 4.2% to 6.2%

 Top Estate tax jumps from 35% to 55%

 Top Capital Gains jumps from 15% to 20%

 Dividend rate jumps to ordinary income tax rate

 Child tax credit drops from $1,000 to $500

 Return of Marriage Penalty Tax

 Alternative Minimum Tax hits millions more people

 Medicare payment to doctors falls nearly 30%

Favorable Views of US Have Dropped More than Half in Arab Countries Under Obama

In an article by By Patrick Goodenough and published on the Drudge report, A Zogby International poll in mid-2011 found that favorable views of the U.S. had dropped by more than half in six Arab countries over two years, from an average 33 percent in 2009 to 15 percent in 2011. The countries were Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.

In Egypt, the Arab world’s most important country – and one that has received more than $60 billion in U.S. aid over the past three decades – poll results have been especially striking.

Obama’s handling of the Tahrir Square uprising early last year did not generate any obvious improvement in Egyptians’ views of the U.S. According to a Pew poll conducted two months after Hosni Mubarak’s departure, 79 percent of Egyptians viewed the U.S. in an unfavorable light – 10 percent more than the 69 percent measured in 2006.

Only 22 percent of respondents in that poll approved of the Obama administration’s approach to the uprising, while 39 percent said the American response had been negative.

In an analysis Tuesday, Jonathan Eyal, senior research fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London, characterized Obama’s engagement as a failure, arguing that the current anti-American protests have more to do with U.S. foreign policy in the region than a reaction to the Mohammed film.


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