"Gangster Government"

U.S Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota said Americans are seeking a halt to what she called “gangster government,” as she spoke at rally of fellow Republicans on the first day of a lame-duck session of Congress.

Bachmann, who founded the Tea Party Caucus in the U.S. House, said this month’s midterm election results show Americans want government to reduce spending and the control it exerts over the private sector.

She decried what she called “gangster government, when government goes in and takes over one private industry at a time.” (Newsmax)

Meet Michelle  Obama’s high-powered, Soros-friendly bundler-turned-chief of staff

Goodbye, Susan Sher. Hello, Tina Tchen.

Readers of Culture of Corruption are already familiar with the name “Susan Sher.”

Earlier today, the White House announced that Sher was stepping down and heading back to the Windy City.

Who’s filling her place?

Another left-wing Chicago crony, of course.  (Michelle Malkin)

Obama unhinged:

Hannity: Obama Detached, Obsessed With Critics, Sources Say

Obama Whines: American Journalists ‘Never Say Thank You’

Really? But they bend over and spread ’em like Tingles, when they don’t fawn and gush all over him:

Obama Is Upset That American Press Does Not Bow Down & Thank Him… Even Though American Press Does Bow Down & Thank Him

Obama’s comment reeks of arrogance. He seems to think that press access is a privilege, not a right, and that he is under no obligation to even speak to reporters.

But not for David Remnick from the New Yorker, who pisses & moans all over himself and puts Tingles to shame:

God-given talents,  extraordinary:  Obama above all others

Dejected House Dems wipe away tears as GOP celebrates victory

Defeated Democrat members of Congress cry on the House floor (Eye on the world)

First, they needed “grief counselors“, and now they uncontrollably cry on the House floor. You just can’t make this stuff up.

Come on, you sissies, there is no tears in bloodsport!

Dejected Democrats wiped away tears on the House floor Monday night while Republicans congratulated themselves on winning back control of the lower chamber.

House members returned to the nation’s capital for the first time since Republicans captured the House two weeks ago. (The Hill)