Makes me think of the Masters at Augusta ::  Congratulations to Babba Watson

Makes me think of the Masters at Augusta ::  Congratulations to Babba Watson

Rene Bond ::  For girls, Pink Bikinis are standard issue 

Rene Bond ::  For girls, Pink Bikinis are standard issue 

Maxine Miller ::

Maxine Miller ::

Regarding your Sowell political post, if you've ever been to right wing blogs you'll see that the poor and disenfranchised there are seen as nothing better than parasites by most posters. I understand some conservatives dont feel like that and actually think their trickle down "solutions" will help those people better (even though the bipartisan CBO couldn't find any evidence taxcuts for the rich trickle down and help others) but there is still a big portion of the right who just hates the poor.
Anonymous

Here’s the sad fact:

  • You HATE Thomas Sowell because he’s a BLACK conservative.
  • You are the Democrat Party of slavery, of the KKK and Jim Crow,
  • You belong to the party that destroyed Detroit MI, once the industrial capital of the world.
  • Your current Keynesian economic policies have caused a constant black unemployment rate of at least 12.4
  • Bill Clinton interned for J. William Fulbright (Segregationist) And named him as his mentor in his eulogy for this bigot
  • Hillary Clinton’s inspiration Margaret Sanger “We don’t want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population” she was also a Nazi sympathizer. 

David Stockman, who was Reagan’s budget director coined the term trickle-down. He was fired and later became a Democrat. He was and is the only republican to ever use that term. 

  • Only Democrat propagandists like you use the term trickle-down.

The two accusations most consistently directed at the Reagan administration are:

(1) that it hurt the poor (and the middle class) and

(2) that it increased the gap between the rich and the poor. 

  • 20 million new jobs were created
  • Inflation dropped from 13.5% in 1980 to 4.1% by 1988
  • Unemployment fell from 7.6% to 5.5%
  • Net worth of families earning between $20,000 and $50,000 annually grew by 27%
  • Real gross national product rose 26%
  • The prime interest rate was slashed by more than half, from an unprecedented 21.5% in January 1981 to 10% in August 1988

 The Census Bureau, Money, Income and Poverty Status in the United States, 1988 (Series P-60, No. 166). This record shows, in sum, that the Reagan administration did far better for the poor than did the Carter administration. In particular, the economic achievements of black Americans reached all-time highs. 

  • In 2004, President George W. Bush signed the D.C. School Choice Incentive Act of 2003, creating the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program to provide scholarships to students from low-income families to attend a private school of choice.
  • The program targeted 2,000 children from low-income families in Washington D.C. These children were given funding to help offset the cost of private schooling.
  • In 2008, the program funded attendance at 54 D.C. private schools for students from families with an average income of $22,736, “or about 107 percent of the federal poverty level for a family of four.” 
  • In 2009 the program faced a phase out with President Barack Obama’s 2009 budget proposal cutting all funding for the program and including language to prohibit any new students from receiving scholarships.
Judy Crowder :: 

Judy Crowder :: 

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ruinsofthevatican:

Gotta love Thomas Sowell

Here comes the boom.

policygal:

ruinsofthevatican:

Gotta love Thomas Sowell

Here comes the boom.

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Gloria Pall ::  Saying yes to the dress

Diane Gerhart  ::

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Air Borne Blonde ::  She’s going to ruin her due

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velvet-tangerine:

What-ever.

Me lately.

We had that red ashtray on the TV, It sat on a two-tier blonde wood end table

theheftyhideaway:

velvet-tangerine:

What-ever.

Me lately.

We had that red ashtray on the TV, It sat on a two-tier blonde wood end table

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