Must be the dumbest humans made…same ole over spend, over tax, over borrow, etc…
same ole promises of “just another year and another trillion…
and that socialist cow will fly…you will see”…
Cuban and N. Korea would be awesome if socialism was so legit…
dumb dems are bad enough but they are arrogant bold liars 24-7 too…
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Must be the dumbest humans made…same ole over spend, over tax, over borrow, etc…
August 2011…9.2% jobless, a 16% U6 figure, 14 trillion in debt, many companies taking jobs overseas, over 43 million on food stamps, many millions of homeowners upsidedown and a dozen broke states…yada yada yada…not one of these was caused by conservatives or conservative policies!!!
I am convinced that liberalism is a religion in which the lie that a secular socialist utopia is best must be protected at all costs by its members.
FROM AUGUST 2011 TO OCTOBER 2012 HUNDREDS OF DISTRACTIONS, LIES AND SMEARS BY THE UTOPIAN SOCIALISTS MUST BE USED IN ORDER TO AVOID DEFENSE OF TOXIC DEMOCRAT POLICIES ENACTED AND ELECT THE CLUELESS OBAMA…HERE ARE SOME STARTERS…
AUGUST 2011 LIST
1. If You Thought Newsweek’s Cover Photo of Bachmann Was Bad Wait Until You Read the Story…
2. Newsweek’s Tina Brown Offers No Apology, Doubles Down on ‘Crazy’ Bachmann Cover
3. ABC Ignores Failure of $14 Million Effort by Liberals to Recall Wisconsin’s GOP State Senators
4. CNN’s Don Lemon: ‘Is Obama More Conservative Than Most People Think?’
5. 29% Say Tea Party Members Are Terrorists, 55% Disagree
6. President Obama Heading Out on ‘Economic Bus Tour’
7. Jay Carney affirms “unemployment checks create job”
8. The dumb FNC gotcha questions of the 1st Repub debate (aka media show for others in media)
9. Democrats Bashing Romney for Comment That ‘Corporations Are People’
10.Hammering Republicans who refuse to raise taxes.
11.Obama Agriculture Secretary: Food Stamps Create Jobs
12.Obama to Give Major Jobs Speech Next Month
13.Spending Went Up and Down in Massachusetts Under Romney
14.Chris Matthews Spews: Rick Perry Would Have Opposed Integration, Takes Back ‘Bull Connor’ Line
15.NBC Frets Over Tea Party’s ‘In-Your-Face Tactics’ and ‘The Politics of Anger’
16.Welcome to the Race: Gov. Rick Perry ‘Stumbled Into the Texas Miracle’ Says NY Times
17.ABC’s Avila: Rick Perry ‘Does Not Care’ About Science, Has ‘Close Relationship’ with Guns
18.NY Times Calls Rick Perry Critic ‘Republican Activist,’ Leaves Off His Far-Left Environmental Activism
19.Jack Cafferty Gives Credence to Liberal Conspiracy Tying Bachmann, Perry to Radical Christian Movement
20.NBC’s Lauer Blames Continuing High Unemployment on Employer ‘Discrimination’
21.CNN Welcomes a Forbes Columnist’s Call for ‘Enormous Stimulus Program’
22.Vilsack Again: Food Stamps Helped ‘Job Growth’ Over Last 17 Months (where did the $$$ come from?)
23.White House Orders Agencies to Cut Their Budgets (remember Baseline Budgeting is 7% raise a year)
24.MSNBC’s Chris Jansing: Is Rick Perry ‘Too Far Off Even for the GOP?’
25. On HLN: Perry and Bachmann Pandering to Christian ‘Fear’
KEEP IN MIND DEMOCRAT PLANTS ARE GOING TO ASK THE TOP REPUB CANDIDATES THE ACTUAL QUESTIONS THEY
WOULD NEVER EVER ASK ANY DEMOCRAT CANDIDATE…IT STARTED THIS WEEK…
Go to the website below and find the podcast or playback probably by 5pm, not sure….
My guest segment with Jeff and a few callers starts about 10:20am CST to 10:45am July 11, 2011.
Only one socialist caller this time…the famous “Zorro the Zero”..lol.
Jeff Crouere is the Host of “Ringside Politics,” which airs at 7:30 p.m. Fri. and 10:00 p.m. Sun. on WLAE-TV 32, a PBS station, and 7 till 11 a.m. weekdays on WGSO 990 AM in New Orleans and the Northshore. He is the Political Analyst for WGNO-TV ABC26 and a Columnist for selected publications.
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Watching “ADOLF HITLER” on TV today…
I have read “Rise and Fall” plus much much more on WW2 and the Nazis…
Some actual testimony about Hitler’s life is very interesting (and new even to me)…
>>> Despite adjoining bedrooms, the maids found zero evidence of sexual activity in the beds of Adolf or Eva…>>> Hitler was known “never to look at women” and some comments made about a certain “soldier boyfriend of Hitler’s wrestling around at night with him” under blankets.
BTW, many many lies in Mein Kampf about his personal life according to the elderly knowing of him and serious researchers…Hitler was no more than a bum for some early years after his Mother died…Hitler simply made up many things so they sounded like he wanted them to sound.
He was the only survivor in WW1 group he was with…sort of a miracle and also survived a severe gas attack.
Hitler realized jew-bashing was popular while in the military and started making speeches and was talented as a speaker…Hitler’s biggest asset outside of being a convincing liar who made up his past (and much else on the fly).
Now, of course, there are ways of completely sealing a political person’s past from American voters so he need not lie…IF the dominant media desires…history can be creepy.
You have that queasy feeling now, don’t you?
Los Angeles Times…July 2011
In his numerous fund-raising and policy speeches around the country these days, President Obama often bemoans the difficult economic times and uncertainties afflicting millions of Americans, including the nearly 14 million still seeking work unsuccessfully.
The Democrat argues that his administration needs more time to straighten out the economic mess left by somebody else, who’s been gone almost 900 days now.
But good news this morning: The challenging Obama era and 9.1% national unemployment rate do not include the 454 people now helping President Obama do presidential things.
This crowd is being paid a total of $37,121,463 this year. That’s UP seven staff members and nearly $4 million from 2008, the last year of George W. Bush’s presidency.
Fully 141 Obama aides — or nearly one-in-three — earn more than $100,000 a year. That’s also UP from the 130 with that scale salary in Bush’s last year.
Twenty-one Obama aides earn the top-dollar $172,200.
The staff names and salaries report, required annually by Congress, was released on Friday by the White House. The timing, however, was probably an accident because last Friday most Americans were not watching the news closely and were thinking of not working for a three-day holiday weekend.
THESE SOCIALIST UTOPIANS SPARE NO EXPENSE IN ENERGY USE, CAR CHOICE, HUGE HOUSES AND PRIVATE JET TRAVEL.
Liberalism is for U not for them…of course they are also exempt from OzBama Care (aka socialiszed medicine)…
democrats make out like bandits on your VISA.
14.4 trillion national debt and their party goes on…43 million on Food Stamps…Happy July from the democrats!
Today I happened to glance at the Comics and there it was…the silly angry sarcastic foolishness called Dumbsberry is still polluting that paper. This stale bunch of uncool repulsive Woodstockers was as usual. They managed to bash the Bushes for “dynastic wealth”! Of course, being lying socialist utopians, they missed the glaring example of dynastic wealth…the Kennedys (aka the known serial adulterer clan). Such is Dumbsberry month after month.
Unable to defend the toxic policies of their fellow travelers in the WH it struggles to find ancient distracting demons.
Notice the entire socialist utopian left avoids discussing 14 trillion of debt, the new debt, the awful jobless rate and the painful fuel prices…for starters. This pathetic strip belongs only on the Editorial Page of any honest publication.
One sure sign of any newspaper’s real agenda is any overtly political comic strip in “the comics”. Who are you trying to fool?
Its not funny or even accurate so therefore we all should know its connected to the socialist democrats’ fantasy world.
Distractions, lies and smears via comic strips or the criminal pawn media will not blind readers to the reality of America today.
A List of Barely Socratic Questions to American Progressives
Red Square 12/29/2010, 7:18 pm
(As seen in Pajamas Media)
The two women who showed up early for my book signing at a small bookstore in Houston, TX, never even bothered to open my book. Wearing knowing smiles, they engaged me in a bizarre discussion that wound up leaping all around the known and unknown universe. They hadn’t the slightest curiosity about my ideas as an ex-Soviet immigrant in America, or what I had to say about my experience working inside the two ideologically opposed systems. As it turned out, they had spotted my flyer in the store window the day before, and the book’s title – Shakedown Socialism – had enraged them so much that they decided to return the following day and give me a piece of their collective mind.
Their act almost made me feel as if I were back in the USSR, where the harassment of people with my opinions was the norm. The shorter, pudgier woman was the soloist bully, while her skinnier, older comrade provided backup vocals and noise effects. The duo’s repertoire was an eclectic collection of unoriginal talking points, each branded with an almost legible label: NPR, Air America, MSNBC, and so on. Not only were those mental fragments mismatched in key and rhythm; the very existence of harmony seemed an unfamiliar concept to them. But compared to the hard-core screaming I used to hear from card-carrying Soviet bullies, this was almost elevator music. If I had survived the original cast, I could certainly handle a watered-down remake.
Framed on their terms, the debate zigzagged from the evils of unbridled capitalism to global warming to Bush’s wars for oil to Sarah Palin’s stupidity. Since my opponents wouldn’t give me a chance to respond, I soon became bored and tried to entertain myself by redirecting the flow of mental detritus against itself in a way that would cause its own annihilation. I did that by asking questions.
I remembered an old trick invented in the fifth century B.C. by Socrates. Instead of telling people what he thought was true, Socrates asked seemingly simple questions that put his opponents on the path of finding the truth for themselves. Seeking genuine knowledge rather than mere victory in an argument, Socrates used his questions to cross-examine the hypotheses, assumptions, and axioms that subconsciously shaped the opinions of his opponents, drawing out the contradictions and inconsistencies they relied on.
As the two women faced my questions, their knowing smiles turned to scowls. Sometimes they would backtrack and correct their previous statements; sometimes, they would angrily storm out of the room in the manner of Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg on The View with Bill O’Reilly. After a while they would return with more talking points, and then they had to answer another logical question. My friends who witnessed the scene told me later they saw the shorter bully beginning to foam at the mouth.
Some heads contain an enormous number of facts that never bind with one another to form a fertile soil from which original ideas will grow. Each piece of information exists independently from the others, all of them continuously shifting and rolling around like grains of sand, forming ephemeral dunes in the lifeless deserts of their minds.
The “open-minded” owners of such heads like to open their minds in the company of peers and admire each other’s fanciful sandy mindscapes. Every new whiff of wind or shaking of the head tosses the sand in more quirky patterns, forming new whimsical outlines. As previously covered facts are exposed and facts once exposed are concealed, a semblance of new ideas will emerge without any true change in content.
A similar effect is achieved when the content of such minds is raked by “intellectual” authors, filmmakers, and politicians – a practice they immensely enjoy, calling it a “spiritual” experience. They think of themselves as “intellectuals” while denying this title to anyone with a consistent, original mind. To have structured values is an unpardonable faux pas in their circles. Those who challenge them get sand thrown in their eyes – the punishment I was being subjected to at the Houston bookstore.
In return, I reminded my opponents about the existence of the scientific method of discovery – a logical device that had made Western civilization so successful in the past, but had now been abandoned by “progressive” thinkers. The resulting cognitive dissonance made them disoriented. In due course, they panicked and walked out, never to come back.
A few weeks later I told this story to Maggie Roddin, a radio talk show host in Philadelphia. Maggie asked me to recall some of the questions, but I could only remember a few. She insisted that I write them down to share with her audience. As I did so, more questions began to pop up. Some were new, while others I had been asking for years while trying to make sense of my American experience. The resulting list may not exactly fit the definition of Socratic questioning. But in my defense, even Socrates couldn’t possibly envision the scale of absurdity a political argument could reach in the 21st century.
Dear Americans, these are some questions I have collected in 16 years of living in your country. Please see if you can answer them for me:
If all cultures are equal, why doesn’t UNESCO organize International Cannibalism Week festivals?
Why do those demanding “equal pay for equal work” never protest against “equal pay for little or no work”?
Why has no politician ever run on men’s issues or promised to improve the lives of males?
If all beliefs are equally valid, how come my belief in the absurdity of this maxim gets rejected by its proponents?
Ever noticed that for the past thirty years, we’ve been hearing we have less than ten years to save the planet?
Once a politician labels the truth as hate speech, can anyone trust him to speak the truth afterward?
If a politician gets elected by the poor on a promise to eliminate poverty, wouldn’t fulfilling his promise destroy his voting base? Wouldn’t he rather benefit from the growing numbers of poor people? Isn’t this an obvious conflict of interests?
How did the “war on poverty” end? Has there been a peace treaty or a ceasefire? Who is the occupying force and who are the insurgents?
Why weren’t there demonstrations with anti-feudal slogans under feudal rule? And under Stalin, no anti-communist demonstrations? And under Hitler, no anti-fascist demonstrations? In a free capitalist society, anti-capitalist demonstrations are commonplace. Is capitalism really the worst system?
If capitalism makes some people rich without making others poor, who will benefit when capitalism is destroyed?
If the poor in America have things that people in other countries can only dream about, why is there a movement to make America more like those other countries?
Why, on the rare occasions when Obama’s actions benefit America, does his base get angry? And every time his actions are hurting this nation, his base is happy? Who exactly are these people?
If cutting out the middleman lowers the price, why are we paying the government to stand between us and the markets?
If racial profiling is an abomination, what do you make of the last presidential election?
After Eric Holder called Americans a nation of cowards, what has he done personally to help the situation?
If diversity training benefits everyone, why do those classes mostly consist of white heterosexual males?
Why is a huge poisonous cloud over a volcano considered magnificent – but a smokestack over an American factory is ugly and harmful?
How many Kyoto Protocols are rendered pointless by one medium-sized volcanic eruption?
Why is burning gas in my car hurting the planet, but setting fire to housing developments in California is saving it?
Why does Hollywood glamorize drug addicts, criminals, liberal Democrats, and mentally challenged people? What do they all have in common?
How come Hollywood can always find a good side in thugs, but never in businesspeople? What was the last movie that pictured a self-reliant, industrious man as a role model?
If it’s capitalist greed that forces Hollywood to exploit the lowest human instincts, why didn’t the same greed force Hollywood to exploit America’s patriotism and make war movies showing the U.S. presence in Iraq and Afghanistan as a force for good? Wouldn’t one such film bring more green cash than all the anti-American flops in the recent years? Where was Hollywood’s capitalist greed then?
How come those calling Sarah Palin a “bimbo” often look like part of Paris Hilton’s entourage?
If there are no absolutes and family is an antiquated tool of bourgeois oppression, why is having gay marriage an absolute must?
Would you know from the media coverage that there are more sex offenders among public school teachers then among Catholic priests? How come the church gets the blame and the Department of Education doesn’t?
Why is the media so outspoken about sex abusers being priests, but avoids calling them homosexual pedophiles? Who are they afraid to offend?
Why do those who decry modern civilization never live far from shopping centers and why don’t they grind their coffee with a stone ax?
If we are called a “consumer society” because we consume, why aren’t we also called an “excreter society” because we excrete? For that matter we also sleep, dream, talk, think, invent, play music, raise children, feel pain, get sick and die. Many of us work for a living. Why aren’t we called a “producer society” because we produce the things we consume? Who puts these labels on us and for what purpose?
How come the unselfish Americans hate their country out of personal frustrations, while the selfish ones defend America with their lives?
If describing terrorists as freedom fighters is justified by the journalistic principle of neutrality, what is the name of the principle that justifies describing U.S. troops as rapists and murderers?
When the media portrays the killing of terrorists as “slaughter of civilians,” while slaughter of civilians is portrayed as “resistance to occupation,” is the media really being neutral? Whose side are they really on?
If Hollywood types are so opposed to capitalism, why is there a warning against unauthorized distribution of their movies?
Why is experimenting on animals cruel, but experimenting on human embryos compassionate?
How come industrial logging is a crime against nature, but the destruction of forests by wildfires is a natural cycle of life?
Why do those who object to tampering with the environment approve of tampering with the economy? Isn’t the economy also a fragile ecosystem where a sudden change can trigger a devastating chain reaction?
Isn’t the latest economic crisis such a chain reaction?
Aren’t most of today’s social ills the result of tampering with social ecosystems?
Why is bioengineering bad, but social engineering good?
If Al Gore is right and our consumption of the planet’s resources is a moral issue, doesn’t that make genocide an ethical solution? How about an artificial famine? What would Al Gore choose?
If being a winner in nature’s struggle for survival is selfish, does being extinct make you an altruist?
Since our planet’s resources are limited, wouldn’t the ultimate act of environmental activism be to stop eating and starve to death?
How come those who hate humanity for its faults are called “humanists” but those who love humanity for its virtues are called “hate-mongers”?
If economic ups and downs are natural cycles, why is the downturn always blamed on unbridled capitalism, but the upturn is the result of a wise leadership of a Democrat president?
Why is there never a media story praising capitalism for the booming economy?
Ever noticed that those who demand “power to the people” also believe that people can’t do anything right without government supervision?
How exactly does dependency on the government increase “people power”?
Why is there never a headline that says “Government program ends as its intended goal has been achieved”?
How come so many anti-American radicals are wearing American brands, listen to American music, watch American movies, and play American video games on computers designed by American engineers?
Why do advocates for higher taxes have accountants advising them how they can pay smaller taxes? Wouldn’t you expect them instead to seek advice on how to give away more of their income to the IRS? Or at least not to hire accountants at all?
Can you name one person who paid the IRS more than he owed because he trusted the government to put his money to good use?
Did it occur to any of the 9/11 Truthers that a government conspiracy to murder thousands of people would have also included a plan to rub out a few troublemakers?
If U.S. oil companies own everyone in Washington, how come they allowed Congress to grill them for the alleged price gouging – and to broadcast it on C-Span?
Why didn’t Congress also grill Hugo Chavez, Vladimir Putin, and a guy named Abdullah Ibn Abdul Aziz Bin Abdulrahman Bin Faisal Bin Turki Bin Abdullah Bin Muhammad al Saud?
Why are windfall profits a problem when they enrich U.S. companies that pay billions in taxes – but when Hugo Chavez uses the same windfall profits to fund Marxist guerillas in Colombia, it’s not a big deal?
If George W. Bush was an oil-thirsty dictator, why couldn’t he in eight years get permission from Congress to drill in ANWR? And why didn’t that failure in any way hurt his dictatorial reputation with the media?
If it’s true that the media emphasized bad news and harassed President Bush only because they competed for ratings, what changed now? Aren’t they worried that today’s emphasis on good news from the White House will destroy their ratings and make journalism irrelevant?
And finally, if all opinions are equal, how come a liberal who disagrees with a conservative is open-minded, but a conservative who disagrees with a liberal is a bigot?
I hope you will find my questions handy. Feel free to pass them around and propose some of your own in the comments below.
There is NO fundamental “rights” difference between a private employer protecting his “investment” in a person via random drug testing and the taxpayers protecting their investment in people taking their (unearned!) tax money.
The socialist utopians (aka democrats) do not want any drug testing or voter photo ID for their welfare (bus them in with a checked ballot)pets.
In 2011 Donald Trump appeared and began firing confident direct manly conservative challenges to the Obama administration NOBODY ELSE dared step forward to do.
This somehow was “not kosher” to the lofty pundits and the Republican self-appointed elite gate keepers. Baloney!
For Rove to call anyone a “joke candidate” after Obama was elected is laughable on its face since the entire elite male Republican corps wore clown costumes with panties during the last presidential campaign. They even ignored history by running “an old insider” after the Dole debacle. That was dumb! Rove let Bush be a mute punching bag for 4 years (regrets now do not make amends). That was dumb! So much for their brilliance.
Then Charles K, FNC “conservative” commentator described Trump as some sort of Sharpton-like figure. That was dumb baloney!
Ironically, Obama is no more than a Sharpton-style con man to many millions after a mere 2 years.
Hello, hello… how often do you see the national socialist Party (aka democrat) do this “to their own”?
They always focus on Republicans even when they have a record of dismal failure like now.
Of course, the national socialists and their media borg are carefully compiling and storing these foolish divisive comments for use against the whole Republican Party and/or Trump down the road.
This sort of stuff makes the serious thinking voter wonder why a Republican hopeful must be a male pantywaist veteran politician instead of a millionaire business success…especially after what the elites have done to America in recent decades.
Personally, I think the “too shy to try” and “too tame to talk up when needed” Republicans should sit down and shut up!
As long as any national figure is “talking my talk” I want to support them or at least refrain from smearing them because Obama has been “getting a pass” his whole life.