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March 24, 2009

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Ummahgummah

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Brazil is looking better by the day..

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Varecia

Hmmm...while I was a little young at the time, if memory serves, it was largely Lech Walesa and Margaret Thatcher who did the heavy lifting the "command economics and centralized tyranny of the Soviet Union.
But, to the point, what do you base this dire prognostication on? I see a lot of moaning, but provide the basis for these fears.

GilbertWashington

Brazil is looking better by the day..

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | March 24, 2009 at 06:59 PM

What happened to Poland or Wilmington?

GilbertWashington

Gringoman is fraught with error and misstatements today, but it's just another day:

"After you mug and cripple the banks with your mandates against "red-lining," and then you promise them other people's money that will "bail them out"no matter what stupid things they do now, that is called communism for everyday risk and moral hazard. It's the socialist wolf "helping" the capitalist chickens. Does Wall Street like it? Does Wall Street like freebies, and letting taxpayers take the risk? Duh....Repeat....Duh....

If you can't understand this, you are unlikely to explain how you know that Saddam Hussein would never have developed nuclear weapons, not to mention the WMD whicb most intel everywhere believed he had."


Mandates against redlining have nothing to do with qualification for a loan. It means that the same lending criteria must be used in determining loan eligibility. But even if every minority loan went into default (and no white loans defaulted) what would be the damage in dollars? Bobo displays his confessional attributes ("economically speaking, I know nothing") as the bundled mortgages were resold as securities which were both "insured" by AIG (who itself was not required to maintain luquidity to cover losses and required intervention to prevent economic collapse), and by banks who appraised and over-value the bundeled mortgage securities resulting in toxic assets. So the cracka-rappa, Bobo, is full of himself and little else; probably a result of his (sic?)surgery circa 1975.

On the issue of atomic-Saddam, we know now definitivly that he never had a program to build nukes. He DID wish to convey the impression to the iranians that he did have a propram. However it is well documented, that at all times, the unanimous consensus of intelligence agencies that no such program existed.
The purpose of trotting 'Curveball' was served at the behest of David Attington (and the VP) to the kick sand of doubt conserning intelligence findings because the administration had already taken a decision to invade.
There was no yelllowcake from Africa
On the issue of WMD, Bobo again misstates the record. Most intel did not believe that Saddam possessed WMD and the consensus of the western powers was to wait for the UN to complete its inspection. That was a prospect that Bush did not want and so the inspectors were told to leave. WMD was proffered as the causes belli for war, but that too turned out to be pretextual as the Downing St Memo revealed (fix the intelligence around the policy). Now that Tony Blair is out of office, his words ratify the contents of the memorandum.

So the record is clear that the US government ginned up this war by selling it it on false pretenses. My own view is that Bush should have attempted to make a legitimate sale to the american people, who knows the reaction?

Overlayed on the Iraq issue is the Project for a New American Century, a neo-conservative doctrine adapted as policy for dealing with the middle-east in a uni-polar world. We see now in retropect that the tenants of this policy (kill the chicken to scare the monkey) has not provided stability in the region and where our national interests are further in peril.
Here the motive of stability within the region is a noble one however the military substitute for containment and diplomacy has not brought the world closer to that goal.

Finally, Bobo does make one good observation:

"Does Wall Street like freebies, and letting taxpayers take the risk? Duh....Repeat....Duh...."

Here he hits the tiny tip of the populist iceberg that neither political party wants you to see.
The entire history of the republic is one of privitizing profit and socializing loss.
Wall St bailouts is one example. The Iraq war another.
But the biggest are the banks. Here the inter-bank interest rate is at or below 1% and banks still won't lend to one another. But they'll lend to you (maybe) between 5% and 40% depending on the type of credit you seek. This "may" have been justifiable when the risk was the banks... but now it's your money. Gringomen are so quick to take offense at the left but bend over to be shafted by the right.
It's an ideological thing.


Ummahgummah

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Here's a MoFoe on Jihadwatch bragging that "fellow
moooozeleeembe Obama" will soon shut the site down.

See what I always said: A vote for Obama is a vote for islam. That is regardless of anything else.

I'm not sure if Obama has even heard of our site but the idea that moslems have is to get moslems elected into office and then tell everyone else what they can do or say.

keeping_low•-97p
Assa-lam-ua Lakum FF,

Please do not lose your cool to the kuffar. Look at the bigger picture:
1) Only when kuffar say these things do they get into trouble; is this NATO idiot not in trouble for exactly this scenario.
2) When enough is said on this site; Obama Hussien will have it shut down...do not forget that the Rasool PBUH is Obama's spiritual guide too... please you MUST let the kuffar speak to make this happen.
3) Think big, think long term; we will be responsible for the welfare of these kuffar's grandchildren. That goal is too important to let a few words get in the way of this.
4) Words cannot hurt us; we have the glorious Koran...we cannot be beaten.
5) Remember it took centuaries to overcome foreign cultures in Turkey, Egypt, Lebonan, Somalia, Sudan before they were the islamic paradises that they are now. Islam will now take pride of place in the West too my friend...patience ...all is well...all is well.

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Checkers

In the The Neomarxist States of America, notice how clever the Administration's propagandists are. They photoraph Obama's head fitting exactly inside the gold presidential seal so that the seal appears to be a halo in the photo. Amazing!

And the latest is a new bill introduced to convert failing liberal biased newpapers nobody wants to read into Non-profit companies so they become little PRAVDAs for the administration. They change is not so much the content of the papers, it's that the taxpayer will now fund the losses of these failed companies that publish what people less and less want to read as reflected in their declining circulation.

Very bad! Very very bad!

GilbertWashington

You'd think we'd notice if it was as orwellialn as your rhetoric SUGGESTS:

"In case you haven't noticed, President Obama and the Democrats in Congress are turning the United States into the Soviet Union."

There is no basis for the underlying rationale of your arguement. The finacial sector will be better regulated, or nationalized, or broken up.. Ditto the banks.
If you are looking at auto, then the govenment will take a pro-rata share of common stock equal to its investment. Beyond that private firms outside of the financial markets will only have government stakeholder interest to the extent that the government holds stock.
Monica, with a PhD, should know better... This article is incindiary and innacurate.
Why not posit the effect of allowing the entire financial markets and AIG to drop into bankruptcy?
I assume, you, Rush, and the cabal are paid in dollars?
If so, come and keep your comrade warm... you would have seen capitalism suicide as the entire world financial system collapses.
Well look, if it is to be as you say...and Glen Beck says.. then FEMA has Camp Neo-con under construction (shovel ready) and as the Chairman often said, "Be happy in your work"... if not, we need thae Fairness Doctrine, and pronto!

GilbertWashington

How long hasUG been posing as a muslim in Spencerfantasyworld?

"Here's a MoFoe on Jihadwatch bragging that "fellow
moooozeleeembe Obama" will soon shut the site down.

See what I always said: A vote for Obama is a vote for islam. That is regardless of anything else.

I'm not sure if Obama has even heard of our site but the idea that moslems have is to get moslems elected into office and then tell everyone else what they can do or say.

keeping_low•-97p
Assa-lam-ua Lakum FF, "

Keep the faith, gummah.

GilbertWashington

What's this?

Banned in UK for hate speech.

Charged with hate crimes in his native Holland

Frog-marched back from the US to face charges

and the darling of Gringomen everywhere...

Geert Wilders you've done it again!... just a month after receiving your Man of the Year Award over at JihadWatch (in Buffalo... wierd?):

Now, sued in France for.... "racism":

http://www.news24.com/News24/World/News/0,,2-10-1462_2490861,00.html

Racists and Republicans just can't get enough of this guy!

GilbertWashington

Heeeeeeeeerrrrres, Geert!

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_6eonppuEMEo/SV-59JgoBTI/AAAAAAAAE8k/FB8KUjhdeTQ/s320/JihadWatchAwards2008sm.jpg

Ummahgummah

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Now ACORNbert is cutting and pasting people's posts to change their meaning by turning them into his usual gibberish which noone but him understand, much less cares to.

To my friends on the blog, please read ONLY my posts and don't le tthis creep get away with putting words into my mouth or insinute that i write under handles I don't use.

It's a typical kitman technique they use.. to muddy the waters.

This means that what I am saying is hitting home.

The Al CAIRdabot Agent Slimey is coming to the defnse of his Al CAIRda bot on Jihadwatch whom i just outed.

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Ummahgummah

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HOW TO MONEY!!!!!

EXCITINGLY!!!

Creep.

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Varecia

UMMAH GUMMAH, no one needs to do anything to your posts to turn them into gibberish...you do a fine job all on your own.

If by some stretch of the paranoid imagination this country ever gets anywhere close to the former Soviet Union, then Sarah 'Sister Socialist" Palin may have a place for her unique lack of talents after all:

"...A few weeks before she was nominated for Vice-President, she told a visiting journalist—Philip Gourevitch, of this magazine—that “we’re set up, unlike other states in the union, where it’s collectively Alaskans own the resources. So we share in the wealth when the development of these resources occurs.” (Hendrik Hertberg, The New Yorker,11-3-2008)

COLLECTIVE OWNERSHIP!!!
SHARING THE WEALTH!!!!
THAT'S...SOCIALISM!!!!!!

The truth is, this blog subject is Monica deliberately playing you all like a concerto--typical wingnut snowballing.

Ummahgummah

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Noone is talking to u, you little annoying BUG.

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M/M

Dedicated to the Messiah and the New World Order. LIEberals will have to pay taxes too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXr1mkYWeCU

Ummahgummah

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Asswipe Viagra doesn't grasp the obvious difference between the collective sharing by *CITIZNS* in the benefits derived from the exploitation of resources mined from publicly-owned lands and the collectivization of privately-held companies.

Of course you libs would much rather use those funds for 'programs' of one sort or another rather than putting cash in the hands of ALL the people and not just the 'entitled' classes you love to serve and pander to in exchange for their loyal fanatical vote.

Typical LIEberal. Mush for brains. Conflating completely different things to serve your propagandistic needs of the moment.

Just get lost. You're not needed around here.

Back to the bogs.. HuffBLOW or KOTZkiddies or MORON.org. Go worship your master Soros until he is one day replaced by moHAMet (piss be upon him).

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justme

Please come to Canada Monica, we have a surprise for you.
Hope you swallow.

M/M

New Obama T-shirts and bumper stickers
http://conservativebuys.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop/antiobama

M/M

Capitalism is still alive (and growing).
http://www.conservativebuys.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop/antiobama/antiobama/-/2

M/M

http://www.conservativebuys.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop/antiobama.republicanfun.5035018+dont-tax-me-bro.html

M/M

"A picture says a thousand words."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdFVdt0fxlU

Don't blame me - I voted for McCain/Palin.

M/M

http://www.conservativebuys.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop/antiobama.tshirtcrusade.6535138+anti-obama-if-you-dont.html

M/M

http://www.conservativebuys.com/cgi-bin/shop/shop/antiobama.tshirtcrusade.6522575+anti-obama-tell-you-what.html

SteveOk

(Monica)So, say goodbye to capitalism and hello to a planned economy.
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Also, say goodbye to the highest standard of living in the world (Americans will start crossing over the Southern border to look for good paying jobs). Say goodbye to the vast middle class because in a government controlled/planned economy wages that are set by the Federal government are not based on your productivity and merit but on what someone in DC thinks you should be making compared to the homeless Joe setting on the sidewalk doing nothing. With the death of captialism comes to collapse of small businesses that produce most of the jobs and growth in this country. Welcome to the wonderful world of rationing by the Federal government. In a socialist country everything is rationed from health care, to TVs, to cars, to gasoline, to the number of children you can have, EVERYTHING. It's call a dictatorship. The concentration of power in Washington where Barney Frank, Nancy Peloser, and B. Obama can micro-manage our lives to such an extent that we lose all freedoms. There vision of a new world order can be summed up by the words of Karl Marx, "From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs".

Ummahgummah

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Please come to Canada Monica, we have a surprise for you.
Hope you swallow.

POSTED BY: JUSTME | MARCH 24, 2009 AT 09:36 PM

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Maybe she should go and give u a surprise u liberal little PUNK.

Like a GUN in your mouth for starters until u learn a more respectful TONE.

Now GIT before I have to call your parents.

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mjfell

Hmmm...while I was a little young at the time, if memory serves, it was largely Lech Walesa and Margaret Thatcher who did the heavy lifting the "command economics and centralized tyranny of the Soviet Union.
But, to the point, what do you base this dire prognostication on? I see a lot of moaning, but provide the basis for these fears.

Posted by: Varecia | March 24, 2009 at 06:59 PM

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Try starting here your LIEberal moron:


Bush Deficit vs. Obama Deficit in Pictures

http://blog.heritage.org/2009/03/24/bush-deficit-vs-obama-deficit-in-pictures/

President Barack Obama has repeatedly claimed that his budget would cut the deficit by half by the end of his term. But as Heritage analyst Brian Riedl has pointed out, given that Obama has already helped quadruple the deficit with his stimulus package, pledging to halve it by 2013 is hardly ambitious. The Washington Post has a great graphic which helps put President Obama’s budget deficits in context of President Bush’s.

U.S. seeks expanded power to seize firms

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29847658/

WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is considering asking Congress to give the Treasury secretary unprecedented powers to initiate the seizure of non-bank financial companies, such as large insurers, investment firms and hedge funds, whose collapse would damage the broader economy, according to an administration document.

The government at present has the authority to seize only banks.

Giving the Treasury secretary authority over a broader range of companies would mark a significant shift from the existing model of financial regulation, which relies on independent agencies that are shielded from the political process. The Treasury secretary, a member of the president's Cabinet, would exercise the new powers in consultation with the White House, the Federal Reserve and other regulators, according to the document.

mjfell

Please come to Canada Monica, we have a surprise for you.
Hope you swallow.

Posted by: justme | March 24, 2009 at 09:36 PM
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Still pathetic LIEberal whining going on about what was said on a COMEDY show???

Pretty f*cking stupid...

Poor Canada, such a poor put upon victim!

Typical, LIEberal Alinsky garbage.

Swallow your own, limpy!!!

SteveOk

THE PLANNED ECONOMY: One of the hallmarks of the Obama Administration's new agenda is "cap and trade". It's a harmless sounding phrase that will be yet another major move in the takeover of American economy. Cap and trade will set emissions requirements and impose strict penalties for failure to comply with emissions. The cost on the economy is staggering, but when we are talking trillions in new deficit spending what is a few more trillions on the the American people. It will be a terrible blow to jobs in this country, the Democrats don't care about jobs because everyone is taken care of with welfare and minimum wage.

mjfell

Justice, Supremes confirm getting eligibility challenge

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=92810

Hawaiian officials have confirmed they have a birth certificate on file for Obama, but it cannot be released without his permission, and they have not revealed the information it contains.

John Eidsmoe, an expert on the U.S. Constitution now working with the Foundation on Moral Law, told WND a demand for verification of Obama's eligibility appears to be legitimate.

Eidsmoe said it's clear that Obama has something in the documentation of his history, including his birth certificate, college records and other documents that "he does not want the public to know."

mjfell

REPORT: Pentagon to drop 'Global War on Terror' for 'Overseas Contingency Operation'...

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/44/2009/03/23/the_end_of_the_global_war_on_t.html?hpid=news-col-blog

"OMB says: 'This Administration prefers to avoid using the term "Long War" or "Global War on Terror" [GWOT]. Please use "Overseas Contingency Operation.'"

Riedel asked recipients to "Please pass on to your speech writers and try to catch this change before the statements make it to OMB."
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What morons...

Duh, let's just stick our heads in the sand...duh...

mjfell

April 15th Tea Party Protests Must Demand Geithner Resignation

http://www.intellectualconservative.com/2009/03/24/april-15th-tea-party-protests-must-demand-geithner-resignation/

The April 15th Tea Party protests are ramping up to send a powerful message to Congress and President Obama about the government's runaway spending and bailouts. The first Tea Party protests this year caused a ripple throughout the media and Congress, as support for Obama and Democrats simultaneously began to erode. Obama's approval rating dropped from 64% in February to 59% this month, according to the Pew Research Center. His disapproval rating increased from 17% to 26%. Obama's approval ratings are barely higher than G.W. Bush or Clinton at this same time in their first terms, with 56% and 53% approval ratings respectively. Ronald Reagan's approval rating was higher than Obama's, at 60%.

Obama's edge among independents has completely disappeared. According to a recent poll conducted by a Democrat polling company and its Republican counterpart, if an election were held now, 42% of likely voters would vote for a Democrat Congressional candidate, and 42% would vote for a Republican candidate. Senator Judd Gregg, who just a month ago was being considered by Obama for Commerce Secretary, warned that Obama's current budget proposal will send the country on a path leading to a banana republic. A recent Rasmussen poll found that more people oppose his budget than support it, 46% to 41%.

mjfell

The Solar and Renewable Utopia [William Tucker]

“We know the right thing to do,” said President Barack Obama at his press conference on energy this afternoon. “We’ve known the right choice for a generation. The time has come to make that choice and act on what we know. . . . We have achieved more in two months for a clean energy economy than we have done in perhaps 30 years.”

Thirty years, that would be . . . hmmm . . . 1979, right? Wasn’t that the year — yes, it was. That was the date when Jimmy Carter finally got his Grand Energy Plan through Congress, setting us the road to corn ethanol, the Synthetic Fuels Corporation, and a host of other harebrained schemes.

Carter Redux, that’s the only way to put it. After 30 years out of power, the purveyors of the Solar and Renewable Utopia are back. We’re going to develop windmills, make solar panels affordable, and redesign buildings so they use only half as much energy — in theory, at least. The subtext, of course, is this — we won’t have to deal with coal, nuclear, or any of those other nasty technologies that aren’t “clean and renewable.”

So what’s wrong with this picture? Well, the problem is that 30 years hasn’t changed the physics of things like the intensity of sunlight or wind power. Nuclear power has 2 million times the energy density of fossil fuels. Fossil fuels are again about ten times as dense as wind and solar. Multiply it out and that comes to a factor of 20 million. How does this manifest itself? Well, in the amount of land that will be required to collect all that solar and wind energy before we can begin using it.

All this came home to me again the other night while I was watching Thomas Friedman’s “Green is the New Red, White and Blue” special, which ran on the Discovery Channel. At one point, Friedman finds a hydrogen car running on fuel cells and producing zero emissions. The cars costs a million dollars to build, he notes, but don’t worry, mass production will bring that down. Then he goes to a hydrogen filling station in California, run by Honda. “Where do you get the hydrogen,” he asks. His enthusiasm wanes, however, when he learns about the flimsiness of solar energy. “These solar panels,” he says, “measuring 700 square feet, take a week to generate enough hydrogen to fill one fuel tank.”

Anything solar immediately runs into the same problem. There just isn’t that much energy there to begin with. In January 2009, three leading solar researchers, writing in Scientific American, proposed that by 2050 American get all its electricity from solar panels in the Southwestern desert. All we would require would be 46,000 square miles — about one-third of New Mexico, America’s fifth largest state. Al Gore repeated this proposal before the Senate Energy Committee in February, although he managed to reduce the requirements to 10,000 square miles, based on the untested claims of a California company.

All this may seem like vaporware, but it’s being put into effect in California right now. The state has adopted a “renewable portfolio mandate,” which says that it must get 20 percent of its electricity from so-called “renewables” by 2020. This leaves the utilities in a position of buying anything some budding entrepreneur offers them. Thinly funded companies are furiously drawing up plans to fill California deserts with solar installations, knowing the utilities will have to buy anything they generate.

All this hit a snag last week. California Senator Diane Feinstein announced she would introduce a bill setting 600,000 acres of Bureau of Land Management holdings in the Mojave Desert off-limits to solar projects. “Such development would violate the spirit of what conservationists had intended when they donated much of the land to the public,” she said. “It would destroy the entire Mojave Desert ecosystem,” added David Myers, executive director of The Wildlands Conservancy, which originally dedicated some of the land to the BLM.

Hmmm . . . endangered species? Environmental impact? Didn’t anybody ever think of these things before? So here’s another consideration. One of the biggest problems solar panels is that they accumulate dust, dirt, and sand, which block their effectiveness. Existing installations have to be washed down continually with water. Has anybody thought of where in the middle of the desert you’re going to find enough water to wash down 10,000 square miles of solar panels every month?

The one path not being pursued by the Obama administration, of course, is nuclear energy. That would be too easy. All we’d have to do is admit that the purveyors of “clean and renewable energy” are living in a fantasy world. Once that was done, we could employ current technology, use the existing electrical grid, and skip all the business of flagellating ourselves about all the harm we do to the planet. We could put tens of thousands of construction workers to work, cut through bureaucracy (we’d have to give up the five-year reviews by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission), and let Silicon Valley go back to building computers instead of thinking they can solve world energy problems.

Granted, Susan Hockfield — president of MIT, who introduced Obama this afternoon — did say something about developing “safer and more efficient nuclear technologies,” but that’s always the way. Safe and acceptable nuclear energy is always somewhere over the horizon. In fact, the technology we’ve got now is already safe and efficient. We just have to use it. Energy Secretary Steven Chu spoke for the administration two weeks ago, however, when he cancelled Yucca Mountain. The move wasn’t really that significant, since reprocessing nuclear fuel makes much more sense. (See “There is No Such Thing as Nuclear Waste” in the Wall Street Journal.) But it speaks volumes about what to expect form the Obama Administration on nuclear power.

Jimmy Carter’s Presidency was brought down by his failure to deal with the energy problem. After four years of floundering around with oil price controls and “alternate energy” Carter was overwhelmed by world events.

Is the Obama Presidency headed down the same road? I wouldn’t bet against it.

Of course, the Research and Development Tax Credit — which Obama repeatedly mentioned in his speech, touting the hope it provides for energy research — was the brainchild of the Reagan administration and part of Kemp-Roth Tax Act of 1981. So maybe Obama is learning something.

http://planetgore.nationalreview.com/post/?q=MDRjNWVmN2VhZDU2MzJhZDFiZjkyMzNiNzgwZjhhZWM=

gringoman

Glen Beck announced that Obama has FEMA constructing prison camps to house neo-conservatives:

http://www.boingboing.net/2009/03/17/foxs-glenn-beck-says.html

Beck has either been in touch with this boards Gringomen, or is just one heck of a good reporter.

I can see Bobo working in the prison library while Mj an Ug walk non-chalant through the veggie garden dropping soil stored in sacks inside their pants which was dug from the escape tunnels.
Plenty of time to kvetch in person instead of blogging here.

Posted by: GilbertWashington | March 24, 2009 at 03:37 PM


Slimebert must be feeling his slimey oats of late. One bag of pseudo-intellectual dirt after the other. (1) He 'sees', cherry-picking the spin that Saddam never "really"wanted nukes. Right, just like the mad mullahs in Tehran " önly" want nuclear for peace (heh-heh. Where does Lefty dig up these hacks?) ) (2) Nut Bup then does a circle jerk with financial data, lecturing the "rednecks"on how "minimally"the deadly poison of sub-prime loans affected the system, conveniently ignoring how the packaging of this poison, spread around the world, was at the root of the global meltdown (3) Of course he manages to get in a little race-baiting on the "red-lining" disaster, as if race made a stupid loan any more or less stupid, and the subsequent packaging of it any less deadly for world finance (4) Nut bup's (sic) mind exposes itself once again with the irony-challenged reference yet again to gringoman's facetiousd "Ï know nothing about economics." The bup's brainpan obviously fails to see that gringoman is subtly saying that even if he does know nothing on this topic (a joke to all but the humor-challenged "progressive") it would still be more than Slimebert professes to know.

Coming: YOU LIBERAL RACIST, YOU, and the GW guide: SLIMING FOR DUMMIES, from gV and GRINGOBRO The Cracker Rapper.

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

mjfell

Tea Parties And Thugs

http://www.ibdeditorials.com/IBDArticles.aspx?secid=1501&status=article&id=322783321279622&secure=1&show=1&rss=1

Media Bias: The press need not support every protest it covers. But when it ignores a grass fire movement against government spending while its favored politician watches closely, then there's dereliction of duty.

But the real reason the major media aren't interested in these protests is that they don't agree with them. In the final analysis, these affairs are really taking issue with the political party they helped elect without hiding bias in the last election.

gringoman


HOW TO MONEY!!!!!

EXCITINGLY!!!

Creep.

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | March 24, 2009 at 08:58 PM


A so-called urban professional black
Nut Bup is always up,
A willing flack
Ready to attack.
And that's not the only tack
Of this hack.
Got himself a web site where he
Offers money-making opportunity,
'ÉXCITINGLY,'
Could it be as dumb as he?
Take a look and you will see.

---from THE MAGIC BUPPA, His Life and Slimes, (a sequel to the coming YOU LIBERAL RACIST, YOU.)

The New Rap, from gV and GRINGOBRO tHE CRACKER RAPPER

mjfell

Barack Speaks

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2009/03/023156.php

Obama said, in his introductory statement:

At the end of the day, the best way to bring our deficit down in the long run is not with a budget that continues the very same policies that have led us to a narrow prosperity and massive debt. It's with a budget that leads to broad economic growth by moving from an era of borrow and spend to one where we save and invest.

This is entirely disingenuous. Obama's budget plan multiplies the federal deficit far beyond what it has ever been, in any prior administration. So how is he "moving from an era of borrow and spend"? It's a lie, pure and simple, as this chart shows (note that it begins before the Bush administration and reflects Obama's budget projections that go beyond his maximum possible term):

Varecia

"WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is considering asking Congress to give the Treasury secretary unprecedented powers to initiate the seizure of non-bank financial companies, such as large insurers, investment firms and hedge funds, whose collapse would damage the broader economy, according to an administration document."

But the slippery slope claimed here is that there is no "standard" or "metric," that it is all arbitrary, that they want to "extinguish capitalism," and that they are right now turning the United States into the former Soviet Union, and that *YOUR* COMPANY IS THREATENED! How many of you own companies that are large enough to impose systemic risk, anyway? Or does that matter when someone is trying to push your paranoia buttons? But it's clear from the paragraph above that if a company is making money and poses no systemic risk there would be nothing to fear.

Truther

With Sex, perhaps there is less greed.

You could give every Congressman a Spitzer-hoho twice a day, everyday
of the year for 1.56 billion dollars. This is far cheaper than any of
these packages being approved today to hire asociates,
colleagues, family members, obtain VIP bank loans, bonuses for buddies,
and good deals on airplanes, houses, boats, and vacation trips.

For 1 trillion you could extend this to all major state represenatives -
they would all be too occupied, to be spending time making out financial
deals. We have to blame this on the Christians, don't we? Maybe Clinton.

Or we could ... reinvigorate the ethics panel.Maybe just give them hohos. Get Dodd - He is the dirtiest of the bunch - ought to get the pig of the year award.


M/M

http://buchanan.org/blog/pjb-the-weimar-solution-1480

Varecia

Why is Monica the only one who sees the Soviet Union in everything? If this was such a big threat, don't you think there's be more people hysterical about it? Instead, I hear people talking about modeling a federal regulatory system after what was in place prior to 1999-2000, and citing the state-level regulation of the insurance industry.

She's yanking your chains, people.

GilbertWashington

Bobo, not even an eleemosinary attempt at the scrivener's art?

This isn't poetry!

"A so-called urban professional black
Nut Bup is always up,
A willing flack
Ready to attack.
And that's not the only tack
Of this hack.
Got himself a web site where he
Offers money-making opportunity,
'ÉXCITINGLY,'
Could it be as dumb as he?
Take a look and you will see.

---from THE MAGIC BUPPA, His Life and Slimes, (a sequel to the coming YOU LIBERAL RACIST, YOU.)

The New Rap, from gV and GRINGOBRO tHE CRACKER RAPPER"

Posted by: gringoman | March 25, 2009 at 01:07 AM


Let me help:

Gringoman, remember the "Triumph of Alexander" by Gustave Moreau?
The beauty and terror, the crystal moment when
all breathing stops. But you wouldn't stand under that dome
in dim shadows, under that dome lit by ferocious
rays of harmony. And it didn't take your breath away.
You walked like a tireless ape among the gods,
For you knew- or maybe not- that the "Triumph" was
unfurling
its weapons inside Plato's cavern: images,
shadows without substance, soveriegnty of emptiness.
You
wanted
to reach the tree and the bird, the leftovers
from a humble backyard fiesta, the desert land
watered with blood, the scene of the crime where
statutes of photographers amd police are grazing, and
the hostility of life
outdoors. Ah, the hostility of life outdoors.

mjfell

"WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is considering asking Congress to give the Treasury secretary unprecedented powers to initiate the seizure of non-bank financial companies, such as large insurers, investment firms and hedge funds, whose collapse would damage the broader economy, according to an administration document."

But the slippery slope claimed here is that there is no "standard" or "metric," that it is all arbitrary, that they want to "extinguish capitalism," and that they are right now turning the United States into the former Soviet Union, and that *YOUR* COMPANY IS THREATENED! How many of you own companies that are large enough to impose systemic risk, anyway? Or does that matter when someone is trying to push your paranoia buttons? But it's clear from the paragraph above that if a company is making money and poses no systemic risk there would be nothing to fear.

Posted by: Varecia | March 25, 2009 at 02:50 AM
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Ever heard of legal precedent you dolt?

Never mind that this "request" is unconstitutional.


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Why is Monica the only one who sees the Soviet Union in everything? If this was such a big threat, don't you think there's be more people hysterical about it? Instead, I hear people talking about modeling a federal regulatory system after what was in place prior to 1999-2000, and citing the state-level regulation of the insurance industry.

She's yanking your chains, people.

Posted by: Varecia | March 25, 2009 at 10:58 AM
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Monica isn't "hysterical". She's rightly pointing out the dangers of big government central planning. If your worthless Democratic Party Pravda would bother reporting the news instead of kissing hussein's backend you'd have seen that there are millions in this country who are in opposition to what you so casually dismiss as a return to the good old days.

Not with this Congress, you pancake head.

GilbertWashington

(Hat tip to TS Elliot)

MJ,

Let us go then
you and I
when the evening is spread out against the sky
like capitalism etherized on the table...

The financial system has collapsed under the weight of speculation. Capitalism is now on life support and the american govenment is trying to fibullate to revive it.
Indeed the patient may be dead.
The shock of this departed 'loved one' is uncalcuable, as every mall-rat in america (a nation filled with rats) covers their ears with their hands and runs semi-circles...'What are we going to do?'

Shock
Mourn
Finger point
and each new day put your pants on one leg at a time
that is
if you choose to get out of bed.

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