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January 29, 2010

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Dgscol

It is like Caesar in France, with his man back in Rome.
Isn't like they have tossed the Constitution out the window and are freelancing it? They have little respect for the central authority of our government.

Who can attend a Tea Party? Only MadHatters, apparently.

The convention is being run by a for-profit Tennessee corporation registered to Tennessee lawyer Judson Phillips, who has said he hopes to make money on the convention. Sarah Palin is being paid $100,000 speaking fee, and seat charges are $550.

Yes, for the Republicans, it is all about self-promotion, and cash. Right? It is not intended to be an actual tea party replete with Indian servant, Sun King, and a new blend.

She is wrong-footing this, and missing the wave of grassroots support, essentially freezing it. She needs money? How about passing the hat? She is running for office? How about filing?


gringoman

"Mixed signals are what the Clintons do best. Confuse the enemy. Deny, and stonewall. On the one hand, the Mrs. is prepping a primary run against The Bama. And on the other, her lovemuffin is fighting The Bama's battles for him."

But where have these most celebrated of New York carpetbaggers been re the Obamanation decision to bring the Mohammad Holy War criminal to Manhattan for the Show Trial of the Century?

Where is the for and against, the Bubba-say-good, the Bubba-say-not-so-good?

Oh, wait. Now pols in office are beginning to see what everybody else saw immediately. The Obama-Holder decision was insane. It was stupid and incompetent even by the most stereotyped Affirmative Action standards.

No less than Democratic warrior mare Senator Diane Feinstein now questions it in public. Even more surprising,
the man who ABC's Mark Levin calls "Chucky Schmucky Schumer" is now opting for common sense. The Dem Senator and even NY's blind Dem Governor , are suddenly calling on the (sic) very intelligent Harvardian Barack Obama to reconsider this disaster of a decision, in light of security and massIve costs to a NYC scrounging for money in a mean economy.

Conclusion: The Ivy League smart of Mr and Mrs. Bubba, despite similar pedigree, seems to differ from that of Obama-Holder.

Or can it be that Hillary Clinton's post-graduate studies in Saul Alinsky were not as thorough as Barack Obama's? That might make her less qualified to understand the "brilliant" Obot decision to try Jihadi mass murderers in a NYC civil courtroom, far from a military tribunal.

Ree

Imus In The Morning, Fox Business News, has been updating us all week on Harold Ford Jr's bid for the New York Senate Seat.

Is Harold Ford Jr A Gutless Weasel? Does A Bear Go In The Woods?

http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/2010/01/imus-harold-ford-jr-is-gutless-weasel.html

gringoman


"Anyway, I keep picturing all these little kids playing some game in this big field of rye and all. Thousands of little kids, and nobody's around - nobody big, I mean - except me. And I'm standing on the edge of some crazy cliff. What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff - I mean if they're running and they don't look where they're going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. That's all I do all day. I'd just be the catcher in the rye and all. I know it's crazy, but that's the only thing I'd really like to be." ~J.D. Salinger, THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

gringoNOTE: The beauty of metaphor. What does it mean? Who is everybody? And does everybody want to catch everybody? And is somebody, who does, a saint, an unusually nice kid or just another kind of phoney?

Marvelous metaphor.

It means anything you want it to mean.

DJ

I'm glad to see there are still some people in the media courageous enough to expose and vilify the industry that disseminates the poisonous concept of white-guilt and white-skin privilege. Instilling white-guilt in a child should be classified as child abuse and a hate crime.

It's time we turn the tables on the TRUE hatemongers in society and shove the phony concept of white-guilt right down their throats...then banish them to Somalia or some other non-white African sh*thole.

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January 29, 2010
Blaming Whitey
By Robin of Berkeley


In the early '90s, my most P.C. friend boasted about attending an anti-racism workshop. Although the event was called "Healing Racism," I silently dubbed it "Blaming Whitey."


As she described it, whites and blacks faced each other on opposite sides of the room. Whites guiltily told tales of being racially insensitive, and blacks berated them. Then blacks recounted stories of racism while whites bowed their heads in shame and apologized.


My friend pronounced the day as healing. I thought it sounded sadomasochistic.


I chalked it up to "only in Berkeley." But over the years I've heard of more and more such happenings.


In states both blue and red, incoming college freshmen must attend social justice seminars during orientation. As though 18-year-olds don't feel crappy enough about body fat and pimples, now they have to recoil at the color of their skin.


The targeted audiences for these blaming and shaming sessions are getting younger, which is predictable. Every cult from the Moonies to the Left recruits from the malleable young.


Even kindergartners are being groomed to be the littlest of community organizers. One of my twenty-something clients cried herself to sleep in second grade after her teacher graphically detailed the conditions of slave ships. While this lovely young person never harmed a flea, somehow she became responsible for genocide

http://www.americanthinker.com/2010/01/blaming_whitey.html

Ummahgummah

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DJ, the article is an exact description of what I am talking about. libs don't understand that these countries are the cesspools they are because of the people that live there.

Bringing these inhabitants of cesspoolistan to the "good" countries won't change these people, but it will make our countries into cesspools.

islam is the number one cause of cesspoolistanism in the world.

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Ummahgummah

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Here is a scenario from Holland detailing a more than likely outcome of the continued influx of wave after wave of moHAMedans into Europe:

http://www.dutchdownfallmovie.com/synopsis.htm

Maybe we don't think it can happen here?

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DJ

"Bringing these inhabitants of cesspoolistan to the "good" countries won't change these people, but it will make our countries into cesspools."

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That's absolutely true, Ummah. BTW, I was a little bit surprised to learn that Israel is having their own third world immigrant problem. It's similar to ours. But to the credit of sane leadership, the Israelis are taking appropriate steps in order to correct their immigration problem.

See here:

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,734,L-3837667,000.html

gringoman

OBAMASTATS

gringINTEL Obameconomy (Open Source)


That market certainly is not acting like energy traders believe the economy is growing at a 5.7% clip or the price of crude would not be dropping $10 barrel from $83 to $73. Heck, while we are at it, if the feds would create a cash for old refrigerators program, a cash for old motorcycles program and a cash for old television sets program, we could probably get a GDP number up near 9% this quarter and go on to pass China in our rate of growth. Like I said earlier, a 5.7% number sounds like a pile of hooey to me – then again I own a cow that just laid a huge egg big enough for 50 omelets. Takes about the same amount of intelligence to believe the latter as the former.

Ummahgummah

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DJ, lot of the economic mess we are dealing with has to do with "immigration". The cost of not only housing, clothing and feeding these ingrates is exacerbated by the vicious nature of their crimes, which they wreak upon the productive elements of our society, who in turn often are no longer fit for productive work and thus become an involuntary social burden.

Not to mention the cost of policing and surveillance and incarceration, which is that much more expensive because the ACLU made sure they get Olympic size swimming pools and other treats like cable TV, libraries and rec rooms.

Things you pay a fortune for if you move into a Condo complex.

I really don't consider islam a religion. I consider it a cult. It's got all the hallmarks of a cult which is why it fits so well with LIEberalism.

Only in the end it will consume them along with the rest of the host. Libs don't think that far ahead of course.

There has never been a reasoned debate about "how many are enough" and "How come their countries are so messed up to begin with" and "why does this become our responsibility if these people outbreed the resources at their disposal".

WHAT IS WRONG WITH US?

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gringoman

Monicamemoristas wondering what happened to Troll X?....

Well, there's been a hullabaloo about an ad the Gay Mafia wants to run during the Super Bowl. Very progressive. Two guys on couch, watching the game. Crunchies in the bowl. Suddenly their hands touch. Looks like the beginning of something. Very touching.....

There seems to be resistance to running this ad. Even CBS executives are apprehensive.

Isn't this a perfect moment for Troll X to show up in burlap, with his Jesus Christ sandwich board? "It's okay, dudes. Jesus thinks so. Don't bow and scrape to the ChristianISTS. Stop repressing what you really are! Don't make me boycott you cowards! Don't go to hell in a Toyota! RUN THAT AD, YOU SECRET WAR PROFITEERS! "

Ummahgummah

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Actually, Gringoman.. I'd like to think that the X-43 took a test drive in a Toyota.. LOL

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Ummahgummah

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On the other hand I have a feeling that the libs who show up here to infest the board with their BULLS are somewhat co-ordinated in their efforts.

Yet all they do is serve to further illustrate the utter insanity that LIEberalism really is.

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gringoman

Actually, Gringoman.. I'd like to think that the X-43 took a test drive in a Toyota.. LOL

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Posted by: Ummah Gummah | January 29, 2010 at 05:17 PM

Ummah,

It would have to be a Toyota van---something that could accommodate his Jesus-for-Gay-Marriage sandwich board.

Ummahgummah

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I don't care what model Toyota it is as long as it has the gas pedal issue!

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mjfell

Standing in Awe:

If you’re not standing in awe of the current White House occupant you’re not paying close enough attention.

If you support him, you’re convinced that the Tea Party movement is merely a fad. You believe that Tea Parties participants view Social Security and Medicare as socialistic programs that never should have existed. You firmly believe that States Rights as outlined in the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution are radical right wing ideas. You proport that opposition to deficit spending, government run health care (which includes taxpayer funded abortion), and gay marriage rights is unpatriotic. You’re firmly resolved to the idea that global warming is settled science. You’re absolutely convinced that supporting free speech and gun rights is dangerous.

If you oppose him, you see the Tea Party movement as exactly what America needed. You know that Social Security and Medicare as huge, unfunded mandates which in a prescious few years will bankrupt the country. You understand that adherence to States Rights as outlined in the Tenth Amendment means governing our Republic in the way intended by its framers. You realize that uncontrolled deficit spending is both unsustainable and a death knell to the Republic. By seeing how it works in other countries you know that government run health care is a step backwards for your own well being. You see taxpayer funded abortion as government stealing your money to pay for an act with which you completely disagree on moral grounds. You see gay marriage as an assault of the most fundamental building block of human civilization: the family. You’ve realized that global warming is a scam for redistributing wealth by making Socialist friendly corporations filthy rich and sending what’s left to third world dictatorial regimes. You know that the First and Second Amendments to the Constitution are absolutely necessary in order to preserve the American tradition of individual liberty.

So what does any of this have to do with standing in awe of “the annointed one”?

How many times in your life have you been driven to make such a clear decision on what you believe and on which side of the fence you stand?

I’m in awe.

Pick a side. I’ll see you on the battlefield.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/standing-in-awe/

Sikadi Kenge

Dr. Crowley ~ I know it's formal, but since you spent the time and effort to achieve that level in academia, I want to acknowlege it. I also hope that it will remind you of the responsibility that comes with the designation.

I watch you when you appear on McLaughlin Group, but I had no idea how deeply rooted in conservatism your ideas were until I read this blog. Part of the reason that I mistook you as someone who might be worthy of further investigation is because your demeanor is polished and professional, and you don't immediately smack of a Nancy Grace or Ann Coulter. But I was deeply offended and concerned when I read more of your writing and saw your interview on The O'Reilly Factor.

I live for two things in the world, caring for human beings, and searching for absolute truth. I sincerely -- and I mean genuinely -- encourage you to try more of both. You should judge your words and your perspective by the comments and ideas of the people they draw to this blog. Does this hate really represent you?

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