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Random Links–{12/30/2010}

Posted by Jim Rector on December 29, 2010

AMAC – Association of Mature American Citizens
This will be the alternative organization to AARP that I’ll be joining when I turn 50 in a few days.

GOP Shifts on Fannie, Freddie Overhaul
They better stick to their guns or 2012 will be ugly.

Just 21% Want FCC to Regulate Internet, Most Fear Regulation Would Promote Political Agenda
Just what we need, more regulation. Keep your hands off my internet!

Census Totally Screws Dems…
People vote with their feet.

Obamacare is Already Unraveling
We all saw this coming.

More Than a Third of Americans Doubt Obama Believes in U.S. ‘Exceptionalism’
A globalist at heart.

Big “Nannies” of the Year
Just do as we say and be quiet.

As governments go broke, public employee unions must share the pain
Yeah, good luck with that.

Conservatives More Charitable than Liberal Scrooges
Of course we know liberals just like to spend “other people’s money.”

Palestinians reject interim peace deal
As in all war there’s only real peace when one side utterly defeats the other. So, there’s not been real peace since the end of WW2.

Arizona lawmaker set to ramp up fight against illegals
Wake up GOP, illegal immigration is a winning issue.

New Yorkers, stop complaining about the snow: City Hall is doing its best to recover from blizzard
But if you see somebody smoking in a bar I bet Bloomberg will have five guys there in a matter of minutes.

The woman language translator
It’s not too late for Christmas.

Morning Bell: Obama Will Make You Pay More at the PumpiGoogle - Google Chrome_2010-12-29_14-42-40
Funny how high gas prices were a problem for Bush, but what a shock, not a problem for Obama.

White House Plans to Push Global Warming Policy, GOP Vows Fight
The left loves to force their agenda via regulation when they can’t win at the polls. What a bunch of oligarchs.

Global Warming Grinch
The length the left will go. Bizarre.

How to Root Your NookColor to Read Kindle Ebooks
I guess the advantage being that there are tons more free eBooks on the Kindle than the Nook.

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