I remember that a bunch of Liberals frequented InReview in the past. In fact it was dominiated by Liberals. If you are all still around I have some questions for ya.
InReview at one time was the hotbed of controversy. So I'm going to start it all off again and see if we can get it all going again.
How's that whole Hope and Change workin' out for ya?
Are you working?
Is your job secure?
Do you have more money in your pocket?
Or are you still doing the "Just wait and see" thing?
So is Barack Obama living up to your expectations?
Are you watching anything other than MSLSD (MSNBC) or ABC news (the mouthpieces of the Barack Administration)?
Do you know that Van Jones is a Communist and is BHO's Green Jobs Czar?
Do you know how much ACORN, SEIU, AmeriaCorp and the White House are all in bed with each other?
Do you know anything that the Government has taken over or is in charge of like the Post Office, Amtrack, Social Security, FDIC, Environmental Protection Cash For Clunkers etc that is working?
What make you think that Big Government can run Health Care?
Do you believe the Government should take from the rich and give to the poor?
The President has over 40 Czars don't you believe that he has set up a shadow government?
And how does this all work with our Constitution?
Or do you think the Constitution needs to be done away with?
Well I'll address both.
The Czars, which they don't like us calling them Czars but that's what they are except one are all put in place by the President and don't go before any confirmation or background check. They answer only to the President.
They are receiving big pay checks and have people working for them. Again they answer only to the President hence the shadow government.
Under normal circumstances, the president forms a cabinet of about 15 or more members. Obama has yet to make 42 percent of those appointments.
The president, however, has created an estimated 32 entities covering the economy, environment, and other areas of government that have apparently avoided the advice and consent approval of the Senate. The individuals whom he has appointed to head these agencies ? without the normal vetting that Senate approval provides ?have become known as "czars."
There's a climate czar, technology czar, auto czar, regulatory czar, health czar, among about a dozen of folks with the title "Czar". Their role overlaps with a full department. As such, their role is unclear. Why have an energy czar when there is a full Department of Energy? When the automakers get another round of bailouts, will it be Treasury or the car czar that decides how the money is dished out?