Not An April Fools’ Day Joke, But It Should Be

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Obama has no shame:

The President has proclaimed the month of April National Financial Capability Month. What is National Financial Capability Month? It’s the federal government helping individuals and families make more accurate budgets.

Go here to read the rest.  Hmmm, the Federal Government, that is over Sixteen trillion dollars in the hole and is adding close to a trillion dollars of new debt each year, is going to teach the rest of us to budget our money.  Perhaps the Federal government can then have Bill Clinton teach us about chastity and marital fidelity.

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Keeping a Promise

As faithful readers of this blog know, I was a very reluctant, and late, supporter of Donald Trump in 2016.  I grudgingly


  1. “The Greatest Show on Earth”
    One problem.
    We’re the suckers.
    How do we Occupy Washington?
    How do we get 90% + taxpayers to Stop shelling out $ to fund this big top show?
    How do we get the stink out of the tent?

    Sorry folks. It’s this hypocrisy from D.C. that makes me want to demand a refund from the smiling ring leader and his circus clowns.

  2. Well, Nancy Pelosi and the president have both declared that “we (that is,
    they) don’t have a spending problem”. Which explains why this administration
    has yet to pass a budget for itself.

    To paraphrase the late Leona Helmsley, “budgets are for little people”.

    Time for me to get back to work.

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