Post Profile






David Harsanyi on Why Democrats Should Be Happy About High Gas Prices

3 years agoNews : Reason

Why aren't Democrats making the case that the spike in prices is a good thing? Isn't this basically our energy policy these days? How we "win the future"? If high energy prices were to damage President Barack Obama's re-election prospects, writes David Harsanyi, it would be ironic, considering the left has been telling us to set aside our "dependency"—or, as our most recent Republican president put it, "addiction"—for a long ime.
read more

share

Related Posts


New at Reason: David Harsanyi on Obama's Lack of Faith in the American People

News : Reason (5 years ago)

With midterm elections approaching, President Barack Obama has gone on the charm offensive, claiming Republicans are demonstrating a "lack of faith in the American people." But as David Harsanyi writes, what mysterious brand of publ...

NATE SILVER: Obama's Odds Of Winning The Election Are Higher Than Ever

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

President Barack Obama's odds of winning the election have reached new highs in Nate Silver's polling forecast. Silver's Election Day forecast gives Obama an 81.9 percent chance of winning. The previous high came after the Democrati...

Obama congratulates President-elect Buhari of Nigeria

US Politics / Liberal : SFGate: Politics (21 hours ago)

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is congratulating the president-elect of Nigeria, saying the election there has "shown the world the strength" of the African country's commitment to Democratic ideals. Buhari said in his acc...

DAVID HARSANYI: Hey, Wait — Aren’t High Gas Prices What Democrats Want? Yeah, but they don’t like…

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit (3 years ago)

DAVID HARSANYI: Hey, Wait — Aren’t High Gas Prices What Democrats Want? Yeah, but they don’t like to admit it in an election year.

New at Reason: David Harsanyi on How the Democrats Misjudged the American People

News : Reason (5 years ago)

We're now a full year into President Barack Obama's first term. And as David Harsanyi writes, most polls and state elections tell us that the electorate is walking—maybe sprinting?—back from the progressive economic policies that no...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC