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March 30, 2009

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Truther

The Black Panther (AKA Count Baracula) strikes again. Obama, now gets his chance to talk to the establishment. I believe the concensus is emerging about him - people have his number, and soon the charm that wooed people will fade away like the DOW.
People have been afraid to criticize him because of his race, and with the hope that he might help out the nation. It is becoming clear : he cares more about Indonesia and Africa than he cares about the US. Michelle's statement about America, is ringing true, as it seems they are punishing Americans for past transgressions as they launch into exporting all our wealth creation to foreign countries during a time of financial crisis - a period of mounting national debt. That is really unconscionable, and a possible cause of serious domestic turmoil. Even some of his staunch supporters are shocked, some ready to throw him under the bus. We can only watch and wonder, cut out of the loop, as he and the international bankers move their agenda ahead.

The New World Order : Africans making GM cars, working all day for a bowl of oats. Who could pass up such an opportunity? In China there were an average of 20 failures for every success. What might the ratio be in Africa? Does it work : taking from the unemployed or underemployed, to give to other countries, so we can buy their products? This recipe is for failure.

Jon Herstad - http://idioten.blogspot.com/

@ Monica

"(...) the problem with GM was not the CEO, Rick Wagoner, but the labor union, the UAW."

Or maybe just the fact that Management and Labor Unions has not (or don’t want to) seen that globalization makes “the market” so much larger hence they are competing with companies in countries where the standard of living is so much lower so the cost of labor is significant lower. That is why the US must understand that outsourcing is not an evil or something one can fight but a necessity if the US want to be an economic frontrunner in the years to come!

The fact that the US (government) has decided to heavily subsidize the Automobile Industry (among others) just shows the politician has a horizon reaching no further than to the next election. This is the problem NOT that the government is now telling GM (and others) what to do—which any large investor would do—this is merely a symptom of a really bad situation!

@ Truther

"(...) he cares more about Indonesia and Africa than he cares about the US"

Protectionism is not about caring more for other countries then one’s own but a typical product of shortsightedness and pandering to special interest!

"Americans for past transgressions as they launch into exporting all our wealth creation to foreign countries"

Exporting what? How?

"Even some of his staunch supporters are shocked, some ready to throw him under the bus."

Who?

Instead of ridicules ranting against other countries maybe you should start thinking about why the US carmakers cannot compete with other counties ditto and why the US car industry was eaven in a bad shape before the financial crises (when we had a booming economy).

Obama is not too little protectionist he’s WAY to much!

Kingofthenet

Come on Monica, it's alright you can use the work 'Blackula' I know how you wish he CUMS in you at night...

Indianasims

Hi Monica,

You're so right. What is next? I'm very disturbed at what is happening right now. It was a mistake to bail the car companies out in the beginning, but Obama has made it worse. He said the government was not going to run GM sounds like they all ready they are. Where are the Republicans, someone needs to stand up and scream.

Ummahgummah

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LIEberals just have So much class:

Come on Monica, it's alright you can use the work 'Blackula' I know how you wish he CUMS in you at night...

POSTED BY: KINGOFTHENET | MARCH 30, 2009 AT 02:53 PM

As proven by the interloper Queenofthenet. Aka Acornbert perhaps?

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Ummahgummah

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speaking of interlopers.. look who the Bama is appointing to be the State Department's legal adviser:

http://www.nypost.com/seven/03302009/postopinion/opedcolumnists/obamas_most_perilous_legal_pick_161961.htm?page=0

Might as well pick Kim Jong Ill. Well, we told ya so! The Bama was THE most radical left-wing senator - TO THE LEFT OF TED RED KENNEDY - and he doesn't fail to disappoint in that regard.

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Ummahgummah

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Not God Bless America but.. well, you know the LIEberal drill!

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Checkers

The correct name is

COUNT BARACKULA

Ummahgummah

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LOL Checkers!

You NAILED it.

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rj3000

CULLY!!!

M/M

Rush was talking about this, and I think it might be true. PETA raises a lot of money, and I think they should have some sort of adoption shelter.

“Despite having a $32 million budget, PETA does not operate an adoption shelter. PETA employees make no discernible effort to find homes for the thousands of pets they kill every year. Last year, the Center for Consumer Freedom petitioned Virginia’s State Veterinarian to reclassify PETA as a slaughterhouse.” Despite having a $32 million budget, PETA does not operate an adoption shelter. PETA employees make no discernible effort to find homes for the thousands of pets they kill every year. Last year, the Center for Consumer Freedom petitioned Virginia’s State Veterinarian to reclassify PETA as a slaughterhouse.”

http://primebuzz.kcstar.com/?q=node/17876

Truther

Cerberus bought Chrysler and GMAC. Why? Well, one reason might be the destruction of the domestic company, it's liquidation, and Cerberus' linkage to foreign markets and production. The plan was to overcome the influence of the auto workers, and who can stop Cereberus? They have their hands into everything, and tentacles that extend into the government, international banking, and the defense industry. They are a megaplex conmpany - an international. Should we allow companies like this to be involved with our defense? They are difficult for our government to control, and are not linked strictly to US interests. So who are they? Its chairman is John Snow, former Sec. of Treasury. Donald Rumsfeld (a corporate wonder by any measurement) is an investor.

Is this patriotism? The forced liquidation of the heart of US production? Is dissolving these car companies even smart when it comes to our defense? Who's call is it?


Ummahgummah

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The Truther is out there.

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gringoman

LIEberals just have So much class:

Come on Monica, it's alright you can use the work 'Blackula' I know how you wish he CUMS in you at night...

POSTED BY: KINGOFTHENET | MARCH 30, 2009 AT 02:53 PM

As proven by the interloper Queenofthenet. Aka Acornbert perhaps?

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | March 30, 2009 at 04:31 PM


Ummah,

Can you imagine Slimebert Smearington Esq. who tells us he went to law school with Eric Holder, stooping this low?

Or, can you imagine him not rolling with the progressive swinebots?

gringoman


The correct name is

COUNT BARACKULA

Posted by: Checkers | March 30, 2009 at 05:41 PM


Yes, but are Americans still mesmerized by one with such a talent for sucking their blood---COUNT BARACKULA THE BAMAPIRE?

gringoman

Is this patriotism? The forced liquidation of the heart of US production? Is dissolving these car companies even smart when it comes to our defense? Who's call is it?


Posted by: Truther | March 30, 2009 at 08:42 PM

The short answer---Mitt Romney-espoused and gV-supported:

Bankruptcy does not mean dissolving, i.e. it does not have to mean dissolving. It can mean---and often has meant---a healthy though painful but desperately needed re-structuring.

Tell 'em 'bout it. Mitt.

mjfell

Actress: I'm Not Racist Because I Disagree With Obama...

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,511470,00.html

"Here's my problem with this, I'm just going to come out and say it. If I have anything to say against Obama it's not because I'm a racist, it's because I don't like what he's doing as President and anybody should be able to feel that way, but what I find now is that if you say anything against him you're called a racist," Harmon told Tarts at Thursday’s Los Angeles launch of the new eyelash-growing formula, Latisse. "But it has nothing to do with it, I don’t care what color he is. I’m just not crazy about what he's doing and I heard all about this, and he’s gonna do that and change and change, so okay … I'm still dressing for a recession over here buddy and we've got unemployment at an all-time high and that was his number one thing and that's the thing I really don't appreciate. If I'm going to disagree with my President, that doesn't make me a racist. If I was to disagree with W, that doesn't make me racist. It has nothing to do with it, it is ridiculous."

mjfell

Sarkozy threat to walk out of global summit...

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/G20/article6005810.ece

President Sarkozy yesterday threatened to wreck the London summit if France’s demands for tougher financial regulation are not met.

France will not accept a G20 that produces a “false success with language that sounds good but contains no commitments”, his advisers said.

Asked if this meant a possible walk-out, Xavier Musca, Mr Sarkozy’s deputy chief of staff for economic affairs, said: “A basic rule with nuclear deterrence is that you do not say at what point you will use the weapon.”

gringoman

Here's the song from South Pacific. It wasn't quite what I had in mind.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbrdSD6DgO8&feature=related

Posted by: M/M | March 28, 2009 at 11:19 PM

M/M,

Did I totally misread your comment about Dick Gregory and you going to concentrate on your hair? I th0ught you were saying, a la SOUTH PACIFIC, "I'm gonna wash that Dick right outta my hair!"

ps Liked your SOUTH PACIFIC video link. Now that was an era of real men, real women and real sex. They didn't have to slop anything in your face, like today's sleazeballs. It was already there, for any non-idiot with eyes to see and ears to....and....you get the idea.

mjfell

Subject: Hello to a World of Common Sense by Paul Vallely

Morality and Intellectual Elitist does not mix well in today’s cultural society!”

One of the main reasons confronting the solution to problems that we face today personally and politically is almost entirely due to a lack of common sense, psychological impediments to a clear value and tradition system, clear thinking, lack of personal discipline and self-control or some combination of all these. We know it is not because of the lack of brainpower in our society.

The fact is that many times the smartest and best educated (where are elitism seems to roost) in our society make things much worse. Intellectuals (those, of course with Graduate and Doctor’s degrees) have among the worst record on the moral issues of the past century. You can see them articulate their liberal views daily on television and radio interviews, and in their writings and teachings in our schools.


How many times have we heard today about our children and other offsprings being so bright and going off to the best schools and universities in the country or traveling abroad. We are proud when they go off to prestigious schools. There is certainly much preoccupation with this elite intellectual thrust placed upon our children mostly by parents.

The 2008-2009 economic decline was brought about by people in the financial/Wall Street/Government sectors widely regarded as “brilliant”, As it turns out, many of them are complete “dummies” , amoral, incompetent and maybe all three. There is an apparent lack of common sense that prevails in this crowd. We sit back and watch and wonder to our ourselves, “How did we (America) get here from there.” Had we hit the “snooze button?” The elitist have enjoyed splitting the people between “us” and “them”. Certainly that is very apparent in Washington. We have become a morally bankrupt society making decisions not based on our Constitution, the moral values and traditions that built this country. Certainly not based on “Common Sense and Values”.

God Bless those today that have common sense and values. Their destiny is to Stand Up for America and pursue a future based on a solid foundation of morally decent people .

gringoman

Actress: I'm Not Racist Because I Disagree With Obama...

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,511470,00.html

"Here's my problem with this, I'm just going to come out and say it. If I have anything to say against Obama it's not because I'm a racist, it's because I don't like what he's doing as President and anybody should be able to feel that way, but what I find now is that if you say anything against him you're called a racist," Harmon told Tarts at Thursday’s Los Angeles launch of the new eyelash-growing formula, Latisse. "But it has nothing to do with it, I don’t care what color he is. I’m just not crazy about what he's doing and I heard all about this, and he’s gonna do that and change and change, so okay … I'm still dressing for a recession over here buddy and we've got unemployment at an all-time high and that was his number one thing and that's the thing I really don't appreciate. If I'm going to disagree with my President, that doesn't make me a racist. If I was to disagree with W, that doesn't make me racist. It has nothing to do with it, it is ridiculous."

Posted by: mjfell | March 30, 2009 at 09:40 PM

Sounds like this gal is more than ready for the coming YOU LIBERAL RACIST, YOU....

Why, why, why
Must you lie, lie, lie?
Know you,
You Liberal Racist, you.
Yes, know you.

Yeah, conservatives used to hone it,
But now you own it,
You replaced it,
You two-faced it,
You even race-based it
You pandered,
You slandered,
You even philandered
With your lying double standard.
You don't even ring
With Martin Luther KIng.
So why, why, why
Do you lie, lie, lie?


It's coming, Babe, coming, before too long---GRINGOBRO The Cracker Rapper

mjfell

Avoiding a Deep Recession

http://www.usnews.com/articles/opinion/mzuckerman/2008/10/20/avoiding-a-deep-recession.html

A serious recession is inevitable. But that doesn’t mean spiraling to depths rivaling the '30s
By Mortimer Zuckerman
Posted October 20, 2008
Everyone is haunted by the fear that our financial crisis might unwind into something like the Great Depression. The world of finance is undergoing a 100-year storm, inflicting the worst destruction of wealth in our history. Diligent readers of this column knew something like this was coming—but it has turned out worse than even the most pessimistic of us imagined.

The inescapable bad news is that a serious recession is inevitable given the damage to the financial sector and the degree to which business and the public have been traumatized. But this does not mean we must spiral to depths rivaling the '30s. The risks are there, all right, in unexploded financial land mines (those toxic assets) and the unprecedented debt of American families and businesses, though so far, we've avoided some of the mistakes of 1929. But much more must be done.

The right moves have involved monetary policy, with the feds injecting over $1.5 trillion into the financial system, increasing deposit insurance, extending it to money market funds, aggressively lowering interest rates, and, importantly, doing that in concert with the other major economic powers. Similarly, in fiscal policy, a generation of economists inspired by John Maynard Keynes in the 1930s learned that the government should not try to achieve a balanced budget in a crisis of demand, as both Hoover and Roosevelt did. This time, the government is running a $500 billion deficit to stimulate demand, and next year it will exceed $1 trillion.

Leverage lunacy. All to the good. But there's also an "all to the bad" element in our present predicament. America is incredibly indebted. The debt in the financial world went from 21 percent of a $3 trillion gross domestic product in 1980 to 120 percent of a $13 trillion GDP in 2007, reflecting an astonishing accumulation of as much as $30 of debt for every $1 of equity in many firms, most noticeably in the unregulated shadow banking system. These leveraged assets, which once produced huge profits, are now bringing huge losses.

Another systemic risk, one that cannot be measured, lies in the opacity and complexity of the exotic securities (those fancy derivatives) that remain on financial balance sheets in amounts that exceed $50 trillion. The exposure here is misunderstood and underestimated, even by the credit agencies. But the losses could yet freeze the financial system. Consider that AIG's managers thought $40 billion would be adequate to bail them out; the government put in $85 billion—and has upped it to $120 billion. In other words, nobody knows what the risks are.

On top of all this, house prices are still plummeting—meaning more foreclosures and a market glut. Today, 12 million homes are worth less than their mortgage, and it may rise to 15 million over the next few months. As many as half of them have mortgages that exceed the home value by over 20 percent. If half these people drop the keys in a box and walk, the losses will be in the trillions and may well undermine the efforts to reliquefy our banking system.

American policymakers have responded unevenly. True, they've been dealing with a crisis on a scale not seen before, one that unfolded with terrifying speed. But by the time they acted, measures that might have restabilized the markets were ineffective. It remains puzzling that our Treasury officials did not foresee that the Lehman failure would be a catastrophic collapse undermining faith in the system. After Lehman, all remaining trust vanished in the financial world.

What next? Here are some proposals:

1. Find a quick and efficient way to sustain more banks with capital injections, not just the major banks.

2. Extend appropriate bank regulations to the shadow banking system.

3. Oblige the newly defined banking system to build up equity capital when its lending is expanding, for financial busts too often follow credit booms.

4. Establish a standard for risk management covering mortgages, derivatives, debt, and even equity and, especially, new financial instruments.

5. Target a fiscal stimulus program—if there is one—on infrastructure and not on tax cuts: These tend to be saved and not spent.

We must get this right. The new administration has to draft the best of our national talent to shape and manage these new policies. Otherwise, the recession will not be U-shaped and relatively short. It will be L-shaped and extend for many unnecessary years.

mjfell

Cavuto on Europe

http://www.thefoxnation.com/business/2009/03/30/cavuto-europe

mjfell

First 3 Months of Obama!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mb1XwdmH6Y

gringoman

AS THE BAMAPIRE HAUNTS DETROIT


UPDATE: Mickey Kaus: Wagoner: Obama’s Diem? “After visibly defenestrating GM CEO RIck Wagoner, and moving to replace the board of directors, won’t Obama now ‘own’ the GM problem? If the company shuts down in the near future, costing tens of thousands of blue collar jobs, it will be under executives implicitly or explicitly chosen by Obama. It will be Obama’s failure, not simply GM’s failure, no? A public sector failure, not just a business failure. Doesn’t that make it harder, not easier, for the administration to walk away and force the company into bankruptcy?” Which is too bad, as bankruptcy is probably what ought to happen.

gringoman

gringoNOTE: iT always eemed incredible to gV that the Obots would want to promote Rush Limbaugh like they obviously were doing with their nutty "Rush is your loeader" (sic) brainstorm. Could even Slimebert be that stupid?

Now, finally, there' this from BLACKFIVE....

President Obama and the Democrats should wave the white flag in their strawman war on Rush Limbaugh. The Media Research Center delivered the grim casualty figures for the Democrats. Since January, the top talk show gabber's ratings have soared off the charts. Radio affiliates that carry Limbaugh's syndicated show call the ratings boost he's gotten from the Democrat's orchestrated attack on him a "dramatic surge." This writer predicted as much when President Obama cracked to Congressional Republicans in late January that they should knock off listening to Limbaugh if they expected to get anything done in Congress and with his administration.

gringoman

INVITATION TO THE BAMPIRE

(National Conference on His HIdden Records)


Andy Martin’s Invitation Letter to President Obama
Posted on March 31st, 2009 by patty
Andy Martin, J.D., Professor of Law, has personally invited Barack Obama to the “National Conference on Barack Obama’s Missing Birth Certificate and College Records” on April 3-4, 2009. Obama will be in Europe
at that time, but hopefully a representative will be present in his stead. I wish one of “us” would be able to attend this Conference. I am very curious as to what the “Surprise” will be. I also wish I could see the look on Obama’s face when he reads this letter. Andy Martin is out on one thing only “the truth”. Thank you, Andy, for being bold and fearless

http://www.oilforimmigration.org/facts/?p=1351


gringoman

(from Andy Martin's Letter to Obama)


....I note, parenthetically, that out of all of the persons who questioned your qualifications in 2008, I was the only one that you sent Mr. Gibbs out to attack by name. I consider that testimony to the fact that I was using fair and impartial scholarly research techniques to search for the truth. My research and writing probably cost you millions of votes, although it did not cost you the presidency. I certainly cost you a bigger landslide. And I am not going away. I am working on a second book, pursuing my litigation and energizing my research, all with the spirit of openness and honesty that has always been my hallmark over the decades.

Finally, while the “mainstream media” have declared you a “natural born citizen,” it is undeniable that a significant number of Americans have rejected the media’s preemptory diktat. My guess is that the number of “Doubters” is far larger than you or your media acolytes care to admit. The mainstream media make fun of the people they call “birthers,” but as I point out below in this letter these citizens are merely “Doubters.” There is room for doubt. I know it and you know it.

gringoman


A BLACK MAN READS 'THE BAMPIRE'

VIDEO: Alan Keyes. Stop Obama or US Will Cease to Exist

http://bradneese.com/2009/03/30/alan-keyes-stop-obama-or-us-will-cease-to-exist/

gringoman

For anyone wondering why shysters of color like Naijaman and GW Dirtbag who troll here (whether or not they are all Slimebert) can't even stand on their feet and answer simple gringomanic queries like the one I put repeatedly about the fotos and likeness of Obama to Obama Sr. or to Frank Davis....here is a good take on the evidence (and fotos)....

http://nationalconversation.typepad.com/the_national_conversation/2009/03/acorn-and-the-trees.html

Truther

Sometimes you cannot believe what you see or hear. It is part of the human condition. The mind plays games, and confusing events emerge.

According to one highly placed person in the State Dept : "That's what happens if you go against Globalism", referring to GM and Chrysler. One could say the opposite to Wall St. Is this all thought out well? Cerberus is a flash in the pan company, backed by Wall St bankers. Dan Quayle is prominantly featured in the company.

Now, are you in your right mind to think he is a high powered executive, Wall St meistro type , intelligently managing our nation's largest industrial company? Or is this just careless bankers without a sense of risk because of bailouts?

Varecia

Conservative fluff entertainers like Monica have been feeding a strange form of populist anger that resembles more a sort of corporate or Wall Street 'Stockholm Syndrome', even though one of the main objectives of free market thinking is to deliberately break and weaken the American employee (make labor 'flexible'). Why do you think wages for American workers have shrunk over the past several decades? Conservatives will throw the American worker under the bus every time.
The UAW has already made sacrifices, from December:
"...At a news conference in Detroit, the U.A.W.’s president, Ron Gettelfinger, said that his members were willing to sacrifice job security provisions and financing for retiree health care to keep the two most troubled car companies of the Big Three, General Motors and Chrysler, out of bankruptcy.
“Concessions, I used to cringe at that word,” Mr. Gettelfinger said. “But now, why hide it? That’s what we did.” "


Ummahgummah

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Looks like ACORNbert is on another assignment.

A similar character [moHAMedan CAIRbot] went AWOL from jihadwatch the same time Excitingly!bert did here.

Or did someone at Monicamemo put the lid on him/them?

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Ummahgummah

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Like I predicted they would/will continue to try:

http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2009/03/29/muslims-attempt-to-blow-up-14th-century-fresco-of-mohammid/

Moslems attempt to destroy irreplaceable Italian frescoes in Milano.

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Ummahgummah

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Melanie Philips:

the history of Britain in the Middle East is one of systematic betrayal of the Jews and appeasement of the Arabs from 1921 onwards.


http://www.spectator.co.uk/melaniephillips/3499546/the-essential-history.thtml

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Truther

Report: Chinese Develop Special "Kill Weapon" to Destroy U.S. Aircraft Carriers

Is this what we get from our "most favored" trading partner? It is like a bad marriage, chained together, this way. what have you got to say, Chinese buddies?

Truther

I am listening to Monica. She is telling us about the Bama creating a climate of fear. She is juxtaposing this with a complaint about Bush havin been accused of creating a climate of fear.

This is partly what happens when you deal with frenemies like our Chinese buddies. You learn to scare the monkey by "killing" the chicken.

Isn't worldly Togetherness beginning to get you down?

M/M

Conservative fluff entertainers like Monica have been feeding a strange form of populist anger that resembles more a sort of corporate or Wall Street 'Stockholm Syndrome', even though one of the main objectives of free market thinking is to deliberately break and weaken the American employee (make labor 'flexible'). Why do you think wages for American workers have shrunk over the past several decades? Conservatives will throw the American worker under the bus every time.
The UAW has already made sacrifices, from December:

Varecia, I thought wages for American workers may have shrunk over the past several decades because more and more jobs are being exported overseas. (It was Bill Clinton (D) who signed NAFTA. Thanks Bill.)

Also, more and more factories are building factories overseas. I hear that GM factories in both Mexico and Canada are doing quite well.

And if it isn’t bad enough that we are exporting our jobs and factories, but we are importing workers.

The Unions look like they are ready to throw the American worker under the bus at every turn:

As the debate over illegal immigration has raged in this country some of the staunches opponents to border security and deportation have been union advocates. Time and again union spokespeople have ridiculed attempts to crack down on illegal immigration as "marginalizing" the illegal immigrant population, but what I've always been left wondering why unions are taking this position.
http://sayanythingblog.com/entry/why_unions_support_illegal_immigration/

No wonder the American worker’s wage has been declining; they are being sold out constantly by their government and big labor.

M/M

Gringoman,

I believe you were referring to this scene, and it is From Here to Eternity.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W6AGM-LxGY

I don’t know if guys were any more masculine in the old days. Rush talks about the “feminization of the culture” and I do agree that the media is doing a good job of feminizing the culture and making society more p.c.

I’m pretty disappointed with most movies. Hollywood seems to replace talent and art with “eye candy” and sex. A scene like the one above is far sexier than many of the movies out these days.


Big Time Patriot

Remember when the President fired 11345 working class professionals? Now that was okay, because they were in a union and the Presidents name was Reagan. But oh my god, if a person is a millionaire, then they are a victim.

I feel sad that millionaires are such a poor victimized group that gets picked on by firing and such. Perhaps they could get some welfare and then they would be happy?

M/M

I feel sad that millionaires are such a poor victimized group that gets picked on by firing and such. Perhaps they could get some welfare and then they would be happy?
Posted by: Big Time Patriot | April 01, 2009 at 06:03 PM
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The millionaires ARE getting welfare; it is called corporate bailouts, TARP and an economic stimulus package.

In the old days, a Board of Directors would make the decision to fire a CEO, but in the United Socialist States of America, it is now the Government. But hey, since our tax dollars are bailing out these failing corporations, perhaps that DOES give us the right because we are now the largest shareholder.

Dwight

Monica: Another big Government Bonus system is NSPS that is used in the Defense Department for sure and possibly other agencies of the Federal Government. There should be a freeze in all government bonuses as long as they are running in the red...

PS: I just discovered your show and it is great! Be attacking and tough...Your great!

Dwight

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