Mark Levin: “I am Sick and Tired” of Obama “Apologizing for My Country”

Mark Levin nails it on this one. Yes, we are sick of Obama. Enjoy, feel better!

Mark Levin reacts to Obama apologizing in Chile for America acting unilaterally in the past. Levin told Obama, “Stop apologizing for my country!”

“I don’t know why he feels the need to poke at this country when he’s down there in Chile…those battlefields, all across the world, they have American blood soaking in them. American soldiers are buried all over the world. Stop apologizing for my country and this military that we love…I am sick and tired of it.”

H/T: freedoms lighthouse

U.S. has the most progressive tax system

B. Percentage shares of richest 10% 


1. Share of taxes of the richest 10% 2. Share of market income of the richest 10% 3. Ratio of shares for richest 10%  (1/2)
Australia 36.8 28.6 1.29
Austria 28.5 26.1 1.1
Belgium 25.4 27.1 0.94
Canada 35.8 29.3 1.22
Czech Republic 34.3 29.4 1.17
Denmark 26.2 25.7 1.02
Finland 32.3 26.9 1.2
France 28 25.5 1.1
Germany 31.2 29.2 1.07
Iceland 21.6 24 0.9
Ireland 39.1 30.9 1.26
Italy 42.2 35.8 1.18
Japan 28.5 28.1 1.01
Korea 27.4 23.4 1.17
Luxembourg 30.3 26.4 1.15
Netherlands 35.2 27.5 1.28
New Zealand 35.9 30.3 1.19
Norway 27.4 28.9 0.95
Poland 28.3 33.9 0.84
Slovak Republic 32 28 1.14
Sweden 26.7 26.6 1
Switzerland 20.9 23.5 0.89
United Kingdom 38.6 32.3 1.2
United States 45.1 33.5 1.35
OECD-24 31.6 28.4 1.11
“The share of taxes paid by the richest 10 percent of households, the share of all market income earned by that group, and the ratio of what that 10 percent of households pays in taxes versus what they earn as a share of the nation’s income.
The table then adjusts for the underlying allocation of income by showing the ratio of income taxes paid to the share of income earned by the top decile in each country. The ratio for U.S. households is 1.35, far greater than the ratio of taxes to income in any other country. Even in the three countries with a comparable distribution of income, the ratio of taxes to income was less, 1.18 in Italy, 0.84 in Poland, and 1.20 in the U.K. H/T: carpe diem

The Left’s method to take down Capitalism and Redistribute Wealth

The Left’s Economic Terrorism Playbook: The Chase Campaign by a Coalition of Unions, Community Groups, Lawmakers and Students to Take Down US Capitalism and Redistribute Wealth & Power

Anyone who caught Glenn Beck last night, knew this was coming. He said it was going to be big, and that it is. Don’t miss this. They mention the Cloward-Piven Strategy, here is a refresher.

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A refresher form Francis Fox Piven:

Senator Questions $2-Billion Loan to Brazil for Offshore Drilling as Domestic Production is on hold

Hot air update that raises some great questions:  Why is Obama pursuing a “Drill, Brazil, Drill” strategy?

Good question! In fact, as the Washington Post editorial board notes, it’s actually a series of good questions.  Not only does Barack Obama need to explain his enthusiasm for drilling and oil consumption apparently everywhere but in the US, he also needs to explain why the US wants to import oil from Brazil, but not ethanol

For Senator Vitter– it is called George Soros. He is being counted on to fund Obama’s 2012 election campaign. George is a swell friend of Brazil and Petrobras. Try not to make it hard on yourself in understanding what this is all about. Keep in mind, this $2 biilion was given several years ago. What is being talked about now is another $2 Billion and more to follow. Has no one told Zero we are broke?

Obama tells the Brazilians:

“We want to help you with the technology and support to develop these oil reserves safely. And when you’re ready to start selling, we want to be one of your best customers. Brazil holds recently discovered oil reserves that could be far larger than ours. And as we seek to increase secure-energy supplies, we look forward to developing a strategic energy partnership.”

offers…..$2 billion to Brazil’s state-run Petrobras with the promise of more to follow.

Obama wants to develop Brazilian offshore oil to help the Brazilian economy create jobs for Brazilian workers while Americans are left unemployed in the face of skyrocketing energy prices by an administration that despises fossil fuels as a threat to the environment and wants to increase our dependency on foreign oil. Full Story here Investors


The federal government has not approved a single new exploratory drilling plan in the Gulf of Mexico since lifting its deepwater drilling moratorium on Oct. 12. There are currently 103 plans awaiting review by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.The information reveals that the Obama administration — not the oil industry — is the culprit for the slowdown of drilling activity in the Gulf. The Gulf of Mexico accounts for more than 25 percent of domestic oil production.  Full story here

Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) is questioning how the United States has benefited from a $2-billion loan the Export Import Bank of the United States made to a Brazilian oil company for its offshore drilling operations.

“I am sure you can understand the frustration Louisianans have with a $2 billion loan to produce energy offshore Brazil,” Vitter wrote to Hochberg – especially given the “ongoing de facto moratorium” on deepwater drilling in the Gulf of Mexico.

“I would appreciate a full accounting for the return on investment the American taxpayer has received, and is anticipated to receive, on the $2 billion loan to this Brazilian petroleum company,” Vitter wrote to Hochberg. “I want to understand why permitting domestically is nearly stalled, and if there is at least a return on this investment over the last year and a half for supporting production offshore Brazil.” CNS News

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