May 25, 2012
Once crisis hit, politicians in Europe and the U.S. have compounded their problems by relying on bailouts and tax hikes when they should have been undertaking long overdue reductions in the size and scope of government.
Obama has a spotless record.
Obama administration Interior Department official stunningly states, in connection to their rewrite of the 2008 Stream Buffer Rule, "this is not the real world, this is rulemaking".
Edwin Meese in 1985: "By seeking to judge policies in light of principles, rather than remold principles in light of policies, the Court could avoid the charge of incoherence and the charge of being either too conservative or too liberal."