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October 13, 2010

Two Sleazy Events (Mexico & US)

Mexican Police Commander investigating murder of Mr. Hartley on Texas/Mexican border decapitated.

Dem’s Axelrod and Obama float foreign money involved in financing Tea Party. Now Dem’s seeking quick tax investigations into groups financing Tea Party. May I suggest they start with

SOROS, or shut up…no October Surprises; you’re desperately grasping.


March 3, 2010

Obama & the Rebound Affect

At the clarity factory Pundit and Pundette:

“While the far-Left cries itself to sleep over the breakup with its soul mate, the rest of the country has come to its senses about what Obama really represented: a rebound relationship — a relationship in which, according to the gods of pop psychology, “you spend a significant amount of time focusing on your previous one.” . . . “The biggest danger of being in a rebound relationship is that you might commit to it when your partner really isn’t suitable for you. In any relationship in the early romantic stages there’s a danger that you’re going to think this is the best relationship you’ve ever had and you’ll want to commit too early.”

Followup assignment for the populace so easily duped by two words and the need to feel PC: how did you get played? Why did W seem so unsuitable? Did the populace arrive at this by a relentless msm assault or a sense that W et al had deceived and muddled it up? Both.

So, Oblahma is a tiresome bungler. Thank goodness for that. The populace has a sense that the government is getting too big? Great. However, while we enjoy the resurgence of the Right…who, from the Right will utter any meaningful policy statement beyond lower taxes? I have a dreaded sense that the populace is as fed up with Republicans. The party of ‘no’ better address the messes caused by both parties since Bush Sr.

December 21, 2009

The Democrat Party is Immoral & Corrupt

Filed under: Arrogance of Power — SwittersB @ 10:11 PM
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Democrats….never ever again will you occupy any moral high ground. You have forfeited all moral and ethical standing with your ends justify the means.


No need for long pieces re the puzzle, links or connections. Crushing, smashing contempt for this party and the propaganda machine, the state run media, that props up the lies. Republicans…great you stood your ground. Only a beginning. Next to the sleaze of the Democrats, you are still a close second. You created this fucking mess by abandoning principles and opened the door to this shit storm. OK, for now: Republicans=Inept & Bloated.

November 5, 2008

Obama & The New Rustbelt (Can the Successes of the Great Lakes Region be Spread to Rest of US?)

Filed under: Obama,The Left — SwittersB @ 8:42 PM
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obamazero1Don’t blame it on outsourcing, tariffs or some other excuse. The same re-emergence of planning and holding industries hostage to benefit packages, environmental compliance loads and increased regulations will spread the rust belt into new venues. Actually, the hit men will be the Regressive Party and Obama will maintain the voice of reason and make the overtures to whatever emotion needs to be tweaked to steer us to compliance. The Golden Rule via Government Assistance will become the norm. Jesus will become the ultimate Leftist, should religion need to be invoked to tweak the guilt factor. I have no doubt the current remarks one day after the election that Obama needs to not repeat the Clinton mistakes of starting too soon to the Left after the election…he must stay Centrist for the populace so as to not alarm or give fodder to the Right or his own Democrat Conservatives. In essence, he must deceive for affect to not arouse suspicions of what? Of course, who he really is. 

Dissecting Leftism raises interesting concerns re the record of the Left in the Rustbelt…the same area, again voting for the Regressives. What gives…Republicans did not fix what Democrats had ruined. Short memories. Must be the rust.    

“One really has to ask the obvious question: If Obama’s economic policies work so well, why isn’t Detroit a paradise? In 1950, America produced 51% of the GNP for the entire world. Of that production, roughly 70% took place in the eight states surrounding the Great Lakes: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York.

The productive capability of this small area of earth staggers the imagination. Virtually everything that rebuilt the industrial bases of Europe and Japan came from those eight states. Cars, planes, electronics, machine tools, consumer goods, generators, concrete – any conceivable item manufactured by industrial humanity poured out this tiny region and enriched the world. The region shone with widespread prosperity. People migrated from the South and West to work in these Herculean engines of industry. The wealth, power and economic dominance of the region at the time cannot be overstated. Nothing like it has existed in human history.

Yet, a mere 30 years later, by 1980, we called that area the “rustbelt” and it became synonymous with joblessness, collapsing cities, high crime, failing schools and general hopelessness.”       


October 18, 2008

Regressives, Feelings (Pavlovian Tweakers) & Consequences

“We will win this election and, you and I together, we’re going to change the country and change the world.”

“I want you to believe, not so much believe just in me but believe in yourselves. Believe in the future. Believe in the future we can build together. I’m confident together we can’t fail.” (Obama)

Thomas Sowell: Sarah Palin’s record is on the record, while whole years of Barack Obama’s life are engulfed in fog, and he has had to explain away one after another of the astounding and vile people he has not merely “associated” with but has had political alliances with, and to whom he has directed the taxpayers’ money and other money.”

“If the current polls hold, Barack Obama will win the White House on November 4 and Democrats will consolidate their Congressional majorities, probably with a filibuster-proof Senate or very close to it. Without the ability to filibuster, the Senate would become like the House, able to pass whatever the majority wants.

[Review & Outlook] AP

Though we doubt most Americans realize it, this would be one of the most profound political and ideological shifts in U.S. history. Liberals would dominate the entire government in a way they haven’t since 1965, or 1933. In other words, the election would mark the restoration of the activist government that fell out of public favor in the 1970s. If the U.S. really is entering a period of unchecked left-wing ascendancy, Americans at least ought to understand what they will be getting, especially with the media cheering it all on.”

October 16, 2008

Partisanship: ‘To Hell In a Partisan Handbasket’ (A Country Divided)

The election cycle is too long. We are a divided and a far less civil country than we use to be. We don’t talk in terms of core principles anymore. We do not delve, even deeper, behind those core principles. Compromise is deemed wrong. Power seems the intoxicant for both sides. I have hinted here that I am angry. I actually am really angry and I am actually most angry at the MSm. I am becoming so incensed that we are being sold out and I think I am on the edge of becoming a paranoid, while trying to sort out the intent and designs of manipulators. Marge is right. This is not working for either side. And, frankly I don’t give a hoot in hell for the Republican Party. I just fear big government running social experiments and suffocating my liberty in the process. What to do? Well, Marge is a good start. Could Marge and I ever sit down and truly discuss issues? Could we excuse eachothers’ weaknesses on issues but get to the bottom of our differences and agree on something as fellow citizens? If we don’t do this as a people, we will continue to look to snake oil salesmen and follow. And, violence will loom at some level. This frustration and anger must be vented off. Marge feels it; I feel it. I suspect CHANGE is a seductive word used by those knowing how to maneuver the frustrated. But, someday, something has to happen.     

Partisan No More

by Kenosha Marge

“Taking a step back and looking around I began to wonder how many of my other preconceived notions were wrong. This election cycle has challenged the core beliefs for many of us. We look around without the bias of our partisanship and we don’t like what we see. We have had the nastiness and name-calling turned on us by fellow Democrats/Liberals and we are outraged.

Partisanship forces people to hang onto the most outrageous nonsense in an effort to avoid admitting they’re wrong. Some will refuse to see what is indisputable simply because they don’t want to see. What’s the old proverb; “None so blind as those that will not see”? I used to think that only meant Republicans.

Partisan Republicans will vote for Republican Crooks over good decent Democrats; indeed they will deny that such a creature exists. Partisan Democrats will vote for Democratic Crooks over good decent Republicans and insist from their partisan viewpoint that there are no good Republicans. Partisan voters insist there is no good to be found in the other party.

And elected officials will follow the party line, with a few exceptions, whether the party line is good for the country or not. Our country is going to hell in a partisan handbasket.”

September 29, 2008

Democrats At Their Filthy Best (Owning All of Fannie Mae, 2004)

I am so angry. I am beyond patience with this mierda. At this point, GW has lost all credibility with me. This is so wrong. Really, the ability to absorb this his hard enough. As I watch my retirement perched on the edge of the abyss, and watch these repulsive Democrats posture at our expense, a beatdown is in order. My contempt is sliding toward anger.

The Democrats attacking the regulator here didn’t do so out of some deep conviction against government regulation.  They wanted to keep the gravy train rolling on questionable mortgages in order to endear themselves to the working class, and didn’t mind smearing the OFHEO regulator as a racist in order to succeed.  The Republicans who wanted more oversight didn’t demand it as socialists looking for a government takeover of the financial sector, either, but because they saw the impending disaster looming for Fannie Mae.

Democrats distorted the market through the CRA and through Fannie and Freddie’s massive securitizing of bad debt, and then blocked regulators from doing their jobs.  That’s the real story of this collapse.

September 19, 2008

Obama (Freddie & Fannie: Maybe The Financial Debacle Will Not Benefit The Demgogues

“Current members of Congress have received a total of $4.8 million from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, with Democrats collecting 57 percent of that.”

Yes, Obama was number two on the list (see link for list). But, of greater interest to me are what did the top dogs in these entities walk away with money wise. I am sure you have seen the large amounts. Now, to me the question is what influence have they bought with that money and with their associations with Obama and Clinton what else has been corrupted by now and in the future. Raines, Johnson et al have done more harm then the S & L, Enron or the large oil interests. Come on MSM, take a hard look here: Congressional Black Caucus, Obama, Raines, Johnson, Democrats blocking increased oversight in 2004. 

It’s The Economy Stupid (But, Not The Coup for Obama)

This is a result of Democrats and fat cat Republicans stone walling the necessary oversight so sleaze at the top could bilk millions and the minority voting blocks could have the dream without any of the responsibilities. This is pure Leftist having it both ways: create the something for nothing dream while raping the unsupervised capitalist mechanisms to get theirs. If this is not a wake up call to Conservatives! We cannot ever tolerate BS from Country Club Republicans or the Left. This is as sleazy as Larry Craig sitting in a stall tapping her foot hoping to get his oral fix. This is sleaze from the top down and Bush snoozed as a leader. I disagree with Michelle Malkin on this. It is not just GWto blame. The Democrats stonewalled this over and over to perpetuate cataclysmic social giveaways and reduced requirements in mortgages. They blocked efforts to fix this mess. Now, the fix is the huge bail out…there she is right…Bush et al sucks!!!