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August 17, 2011



...and when the GOP wins everything, what will we look like? Spending cuts to everything they are against...
No abortions; but no food stamps, no cash assistance, no medical insurance.
No Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid...
You can't just take all this away like the GOP wants to without paying a different price.

What will the riots in the US look like? The GOP is the party that will lead us to a dictator, under US Martial Law.


To continue to move towards a government that directs economy, personal wealth, and "fair" distribution was a failure for the Soviet Union, is showing itself to be a failure in Social-Democracies in Western Europe and South America, and will lead to a general decline in the standard of living we Americans have come to enjoy. To paraphrase JFK, it's better to rise on the tide, so everyone gets to the beach. The current DEM policies and regulatory burdens don't get us to the beach. Their should be life-lines, but not so many as to drag the fleet out to sea.


"But again: results do not matter to a Left that is watching its ideology wither in front of its eyes." - Monica Crowley

Very interesting planet you live on, there, Princess.

Say hello to Marie Antoinette at the next palace soiree. The cake and champagne will be flowing like rain.

And, as always, pay no attention whatsoever to the noisy rabble majority of France gathering outside the gates.

For the best of times always give way to the worst.

Frau Farbissina

And please, STOP "helping" my son Scottie Evil, the EVIL governor of Visconsin.

Vith YOUR "help", he'll end up back at the lair, sponging off his fasher (dam~n you Goldmember) FA-THER and the henchmen will be forever cleaning up the blood and CHOCOLATE from his battles with Mini-Me!

How can ve take over the vorld ven the people of this ugly hateful country keep sending back our governors and rejecting our fembot and membot candidates?

Even the antichrist model. Sh~it.

Frau Crowley! Quit "HELPING" so much!!

Frau Farbissina

"To paraphrase JFK, it's better to rise on the tide, so everyone gets to the beach."

Yes, yes!!! Keep it up!! Virtucon needs even MORE drowned bodies to feed the furnaces.


the United States of America is under "martial law" IT IS CALLED the United States Constitution duh hey yt whatdoSHITtasteLIKE oh oh oh and don't forget the Uniform Code of Miltary Justice that every thing and person on the planet EARTH and in the THE is subject to thanks to THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION..........childrape/rape/murder/torture is all punishable by execution of the PERPetrators of these crime regardless of the age and/or so called mental capacity of the PERPetrator of these crimes as well as ANY other individuals that aided and/or abetted these PERPetrators of childrape/rape/murder/torture crimes in the PERPetrators QUEST for whirledSHIT slurpies on YT's face HEY....YT whatdoSHITtasteLIKE.....how would YT know....YT "believes" apples are are and YT "believes" YT looks PRETTY withSHIT on YT's face...and don't forget....YT does not know what anAPPLEis.....WELCOME to JOYMANY YT votduSHITtatseLIKE


GOP is going down in 2012. So is the rest of the world, according to the Mayans so PARTY ON, DUDE!


Obama cares for the people of the United States. GOP only cares for 2% of the people of the United States. And you know who they are...$$$$


////The Left will not rest until they defeat the people who are defeating them, their corrupt lock on government and the public unions, and their sick ideology. That's why this battle is not nearly over.////

Street scene in current Marxocrat Class War theater. Strike against Verizon. The strikers, mostly blacks who want Verizon to pay for their medical coverage, are being led by white dude, obviously a union boss. Mussolini had his black shirts. Here everybody is decked out in red shirts, proclaiming CWA *Communication Workers of America," striking against Verizon and "Corporate Greed."

I have been educated. Verizon service and good rates for customers, not to mention its dividend pay-outs to stockholders, are examples of "corporate greed."

Millions of Americans invested in Verizon or as customers of Verizon seem satisfied. However, for the relatively tiny number of union dues payers and their white bosses, this is "corporate greed." And it will keep on being "corporate greed" unless the thousands or millions of Americans get less so that redshirts can get Verizon to pay for most of its Obamacare. And they will take it to the street while others go to work or look for work.

Will Corporate Charley finally cave? Ask the Goopers and Mitt Romneycare, and how they'll react after another massive dose of "Reverend Race-Baiter", while the white liberal racists smile, carouse in Martha's Vineyard, and Obamasuck Media "covers" the story.

Another day in Brave New Libworld in the Pogwessive Elitenik Belt.

(Drive-bys in the street can honk in support of the CWA redshirts without being called honkys.)


do I hear the RINO siren call?



gringoNOTE: Can Obama's Brain, David Axelrod, save him?


Michael Medved did the calculations. If Obama can garner 70% of the Hispanic voters(as opposed to the 67% he got in the last election) he wins.

Yes, Gringoman, David "the red" Axlerod CAN save him.

Posted by: DJ | August 17, 2011 at 09:03 AM


Surely you didn't mean to give another boost to Rick Perry, "the Boosh/Bilderberger puppet"?

You mention Obama's Brain, David Axelrod the Lower East Side admirer of Leon Trotsky who made good in Chicago. You suggest that Obama's Brain will school Obama on Hustling the Hispanic, and thereby the Election.

That strategy may be. As a clever Class War dude and liberal racist, Obama's Brain should be quite capable of that.

However, this raises another reason why the Marxobots fear Perry. Perry, unlike even the so-called "Cowboy" Boosh, is a truly authentic Texan, roots going back generations, unlike the Connecticut Yankee transplant anti-Reagan Bush elites, who are essentially liberals. That means that Perry knows hispanics and is at his ease with them like Mormon underwear Romney can't even dream of, and it goes deeper than first-generation Bush. That's why Perry is almost certainly more at ease with non-whites than you are, and why you undoubtedly see him as too soft on Mexicans etc, which you translate as "Bilderberger NWO puppet."

But rest assured that Obama's Brain, David Axelrod, is smart enough to realize this and will school his pupil Barack. I knew boys like him decades ago, back in my "rebel" days. Hispanic Hustle is one more reason why the "progressive" racist Marxobots and their lap puppies in the OSM will go all out to destroy Perry politically. Their main problem may be that Perry can see through them just as well as I can---with one great difference....he's in a position to do something about it.


August 16, 2011
Trump: Obama 'Takes More Vacations Than Any Human Being I've Ever Seen'

J. MARXOBOOB: "Would Trump say that if Obama was white?"

REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: "Thas a good question, Boob. Heeya-heeya."


August 16, 2011
Trump: Obama 'Takes More Vacations Than Any Human Being I've Ever Seen'

J. MARXOBOOB: "Would Trump say that if Obama was Chinese?"



August 16, 2011
Trump: Obama 'Takes More Vacations Than Any Human Being I've Ever Seen'

J. MARXOBOOB: "Would Trump say that about an Oreo, like Colonel West or Thomas Sowell, or Mayor Nutter?"

REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: "Oh, Lord! My man, Boob!


The fact that the Democrats have won several seats in VERY HEAVY GOP districts. Shows that the people have seen what the GOP stands for. And, they don't like it.

Why does the right fight Monica?
To destroy the middle class and to protect the wealthy. That is the whole being of the right. (Which in this case is wrong) Maybe the conservatives should be called the "party of wrong"

Why not? Bush cut taxes so he could borrow from China!

Longrifle, belive in your first comment.

That's why I am a Democrat.


But rest assured that Obama's Brain, David Axelrod, is smart enough to realize this and will school his pupil Barack. I knew boys like him decades ago, back in my "rebel" days. Hispanic Hustle is one more reason why the "progressive" racist Marxobots and their lap puppies in the OSM will go all out to destroy Perry politically. Their main problem may be that Perry can see through them just as well as I can---with one great difference....he's in a position to do something about it.

Posted by: gringoman | August 17, 2011 at 01:56 PM



Like I've said before it's too early for me to form a definitive opinion about Perry. I, personally, don't know enough about him to size him up correctly. Who knows, he may very well end up gaining my unwavering support. Time will tell.

BTW, you make a very good point about his relationship with Mexicans and Mexican-Americans. That will surely make it tougher for Obama's Brain, David "the red" Axelrod, to overcome and get the 70% Hispanic vote Obama needs to get reelected.


Gringoman, what are you saying?

Perry is a joke by the way. He is not a job creator. And the jobs he did create were mostly goverment jobs. Aren't you against the expansion of Goverment? Aren't you in support of the private sector and the free market?



REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: "Yeah. Why he do foto-ups wit all those cracker kids? Why he bussin' to the clingers and not to the homies in da hood? What's dat? 'Cause thas what his Joosh brain David Axelrod tell him he got to do? Who he gonna listen to? Joosh or blaaaaaaack?....Even Congresswoman Maxine Waters say, "Why ain't he where WE live?"....Yo, Dude, who put you where you be?"


Trump: Obama 'Takes More Vacations Than Any Human Being I've Ever Seen'

J. MARXOBOOB: "Would Trump say that about an Oreo, like Colonel West or Thomas Sowell, or Mayor Nutter?"

REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: "Oh, Lord! My man, Boob!

Posted by: gringoman | August 17, 2011 at 02:10 PM

Guess Trump didn't know Reagan or Bush. Bush holds the record. Then Reagan.

Would G. Boob say that? doubt it very much!



You make the funniest comments. It's either words that sound like they came out of a Dr Suess book. Or, trying to talk like someone else!

So speak English!

And, Perry? Most jobs are either state jobs or minimum wage. wants to abolish Social Secutity and Medicaire. Has, the worse record in the country when it comes to the percentage of children with no health insurance.
Infact, Red states have the worse record in that regard compared to Democratic states.



(H/T DRUDGE) LAMBERTVILLE, MI (WTOL) - The Monroe County Sheriff's Department is working to solve a case of vandalism that turned life-threatening.

John King was shot in the arm last week when he surprised a man trying to slash the tires on the truck at his Lambertville home.The word "scab" was also scrawled on the side.

King says he became suspicious when he saw an outside security light outside go on.

When he stepped out of his front door, the man fired one shot and ran off.

King is the owner of the largest non-union electrical contracting company in the area.

Anyone with information should call the Monroe County Sheriff's office at 734-240-7530.


Once again. trying to turn a crime into something it could not have been.
This implying that it was a "UNION" attack.

Would Gringo even mentioned this if he had been a Union member. Would he even imply that it could have been a NON-UNION thug that could have engaged in the the crime.

We all know the answer to that one.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

While Conservatives don't think like Neo -nazis on Youtube. They use the same tactics in their comments.
Neo-nazis would imply that a jewish person was the thug.


Perry Tells N.H. Audience He's a Global-Warming Skeptic

By Jim O'Sullivan
Updated: August 17, 2011 |

BEDFORD, N.H.—Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday told a New Hampshire business crowd that he harbors major doubts about human contributions to global warming, questioning the motives of scientists who have warned about accelerating climate change and arguing against expensive “anti-carbon programs.”



once again et al, read item #4 regarding PUBLIC SECTOR JOBS IN TEXAS................


READ IT ALL BTW............



Perry responds to Obama 'lecture': 'Actions speak louder than words'
By Michael O'Brien - 08/17/11 09:04 AM ET


Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) fired back Wednesday at President Obama, who admonished the Republican presidential candidate to watch his words more carefully.

Perry said "actions speak louder than words" after Obama's public admonishment Tuesday on CNN for Perry's comments that an expanded money supply by Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke would be "almost treasonous."


gringoNOTE: What must the "classy" House of Boosh and their Mitt Romneycare be thinking about this REAL Texan? (While convincing the dummies that CONN transplant BUsh is a REAL Texan?)
Why isn't the Texan playing their kind of game? Does the Texan want the elite Marxocrats and their sucky media to really come down on him? Isn't he properly afraid of them and their SLIME potential?


OBAMA, ON PERRY////"I think that everybody who runs for president, it probably takes them a little bit of time before they start realizing that this isn't like running for governor or running for senator or running for Congress, and you've got to be a little more careful about what you say," the president said. "But I'll cut him some slack. He's only been at it for a few days now."

gringoNOTE: Thank you, Barry. Oh, BTW, on your "If they bring a knife to a fight, you bring a gun,"....uh, should we cut you some slack? You've only been at it for a few years now."



Fast-forward five years. After announcing his 2012 presidential bid this weekend, Perry now admits he “didn’t do my research well enough” on the Gardasil vaccine before stuffing his bad medicine down Texans’ throats. On Monday, he added: “That particular issue is one that I readily stand up and say I made a mistake on. I listened to the legislature … and I agreed with their decision.”

Perry downplayed his underhanded maneuver as an aberrational “error,” and then — gobsmackingly — he spun the debacle as a display of his great character: “One of the things I do pride myself on, I listen. When the electorate says, ‘Hey, that’s not what we want to do,’ we backed up, took a look at what we did.”


gringoNOTE: Michelle Malkin is holding Perry's feet to the barbecue on this issue. Perry admits to a mistake. He seems to apologize. Has MM been pacified? No. At least not yet,


Why Wall Street banksters will fund Obama (as they did in 2008)over a Perry:

BY Dervrak on 08/17/2011 at 14:25
At Wednesday's event Perry added he thought the Federal Reserve should be audited.

"An agency of government like the Federal Reserve, they should open their books up, they should be transparent so that the people of the United States know what they're doing," Perry said. "Until they do that, I think there will continue to be questions about their activity and what their true goal is for the United States."

If he keep talking like this, Rick is going to take himself out.


Leading conservative strategist Karl Rove called the notion that the U.S. is Christian “offensive”
“We are based on the Judeo-Christian ethic, we derive a lot from it, but if you say we’re a Christian nation, what about the Jews, what about the Muslims, what about the non-believers?”

Leave GOD out of politics. Separation of Church and State, please.


The following article is meant to be read by normal people only. That would exclude most mainstrean conservatives, and, of course, libtards and Marxoboobies.



RICK PERRY: That 14 trillion dollar debt is a black cloud hanging over America."

MSNBC MARXOBOOB: See. Did you hear? He said BLACK cloud. That shows you, Mein Dumbkopf, what a RACIST he is. How could he say that? You know why? It's a direct reference to Barack Obama. See? Got it now?

REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: Hee-ya, heeya! Yeah, we got it. You my man, Boob, even if you be white."


WTF?!? They're now trying to label Perry a racist? This after the MSM did everything they could to get an ardent believer of Black Liberation Theology elected president? The unmitigated gall of these people is beyond reprehensible. It is pure evil.


While the Obots knock Perry for knocking Helicopter Ben Bernanke.....

Interesting! Thanks for the link on Bernanke’s endorsement of then Candidate Obama – I love the tag on the article:

Bernanke Endorses Obama: There was a time when Fed Chairmen feared to even seem political

This link MUST go viral – it should shut up the media/Dems/RINOs quite fast.

TheRightMan on August 17, 2011 at 8:42 AM


INTERNET//////Awwww . . . was little Ricky mean to Bennie Bernanke and Obami? Shame, shame.

Anyone can tell in 5 minutes that if you create more dollars out of nothing with no backing, it devalues the dollars we each already have.

Perry was absolutely right. It is “ALMOST treasonous” to do Quantitative Easing this year. Especially when it would be done to prop up Obama, not to help this country. I don’t think that’s an exaggeration at all. Because he said “almost.” Remember, “almost treasonous” is not a capital offense, like Rove called it. (They make me sick.) It’s not wrong to tear this country’s economy to shreds and make people suffer, but it is beyond the pale to speak so harshly. We need someone to wake people up and cut through the BS.

This stock market is not stable and QE only adds to the roller coaster. People’s 401K’s have tanked and many can’t retire, which doesn’t open up the few remaining jobs for the young graduates. This bad economy has made it bad for the old and the young. Not to mention the unemployed of all ages, the underemployed and those with wage freezes or furloughs or who went part time. Whatever little money people can save, they get no interest on, it if it’s in cash, but they can preserve their principal, unlike in the stock market.

Add to that inflation, which anyone who has been grocery shopping lately can see is getting out of control. QE only makes our dollars worth even less on top of all this other stuff.



2. While some may think Perry shouldn’t have spoken so harshly (and others are enjoying the sideshow and finally paying attention to the race now and like the guy more), Perry’s statement and all the serious discussions on QE today have swayed public opinion about a future QE3. They think Perry was uncouth, but right. QE3 not a good idea.


3. Perry tied a future QE3 to politics and propping up Obama. So this places a hurdle to the Obama administration and his political strategy. They may still do it (i.e, Helicopter Ben Bernanke may print up more dollars and dump them on the Stock Market, propping up it and Obama, and explain away the inflation and dying of the dollar), but they have to work a little harder now, if they do it at all. They have to first explain why QE3 would be good for the country to a public who is now listening to this topic and they have to bend over backwards to show it’s not for politics.



Texas is dead last in job creation. Let's keep it real, folks.


If the Fed keeps devaluing the Dollar via "Quantitative easing" without a corresponding increase in the welfare checks, it will translate into cities all across America going up in smoke.

We are trapped in a cage with a parasitical beast. If we don't feed the beast he will kill us. If we continue to print money in order to feed the beast, sooner or later the money will be worthless; hence it will not buy food to feed the beast. Therefore, the parasitical beast will kill us.

Quantitative easing will only buy us 10 or so years. Once all the wealth is confiscated and redistributed via the printing press, those of us lucky enough to be alive will all be equally poor. Just as the commie pinko freaks want it.


Yet another good reason not to trust the male cheerleader from Texas:



More on the male cheerleader from Texas:

Tom Tancredo writes

“When I ran for president in 2008, I tried to pressure the Republican candidates to take a hard line against illegal immigration. For this, Perry called me a racist.




approval rating 26%, guess people are waking up to that HOPE & CHANGE rhetoric..........




think this mentality has anything to do with the flash mob violence we are seeing?








We saw it happened before and did not believe it. Now we have seen it again. To be back to free markets, there are many necessary changes that need to be made. But the BIGGY, is the action of the Fed - and what Goldman Sachs wants, Goldman gets. The strange recovery of the stock market, ought to be reason to stay out of the market. Stocks are not determined anymore by facts, pie charts, and SEC reports. It is simply the manipulation of the banks that matters. One cannot apply any rationale, … the markets are rigged, and what your stock does … depends on the rigging. If you took your money out believing in the free market system, and it came back and you lost money, you are right in there with the other losers --- all the people suffering from gas prices, and from elevated food prices. The rigged market is failing, but the rigging is continuing, the banks will not fail, and so the economy is failing. They have taken to stealing from the unwary, and the powerless.


REVEREND RAYISS KAARD: Hee-ya, heeya! Yeah, we got it. You my man, Boob, even if you be white."

Posted by: gringoman | August 17, 2011 at 03:45 PM
Still with the comical comments!


Republican Obstruction at Work: Record Number of Filibusters


Clear Pattern of Obstruction

This is all part of the Republican plan to deliberately stop government from working, as part of a playbook to retake Congress and hamstring the change voted for in 2008, and one that is eerily similar to the one they used in 1994.

This playbook consists of 5 distinct steps:
Step 1: Avoid Responsibility for GOP Failures
Step 2: Increase Negativity
Step 3: “Throw the Bums Out!”
Step 4: The New Contract on America
Step 5: Retake Congress

Where the filibuster should have a legitimate role in a functional democracy to protect minority rights, it is a procedure that is highly susceptible to abuse. In the past, this was always kept in check by the morality of individual senators, but in the 111th Congress, the sheer number of times it has been used indicate a clear pattern and dangerous precedent..


Survey’s surprising finding: tea party less popular than atheists and Muslims
By Rachel Rose Hartman | The Ticket – 7 hrs ago

In an op-ed article in the New York Times, Robert D. Putnam, a professor of public policy at Harvard, and David E. Campbell, a political scientist at Notre Dame, say they have collected data indicating that the tea party is "less popular than much maligned groups like 'atheists' and 'Muslims.'"

But Campbell says the tea party was really an afterthought in their research.

"We didn't go into this study to look at the tea party," Campbell said in an interview with The Ticket.

The professors were following up on research they conducted in 2006 and 2007 for their book "American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us" and decided to add the tea party and atheists to their list of survey queries. By going back to many of the same respondents, the professors gleaned several interesting facts about the tea party.

One of their more surprising findings, Campbell concedes, (and one drawing national attention) is that the tea party drew a lower approval rating than Muslims and atheists. That put the tea party below 23 other entries--including Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, Republicans and Democrats--that the professors included on their survey of "a representative sample of 3,000 Americans."

By examining which respondents became supporters of the tea party, Campbell and Putnam's survey "casts doubt on the tea party's 'origin story,' " they write in the Times--though, in fairness, it's perhaps difficult to generalize on the movement's origins from a poll sample of 3,000 respondents.

Early tea partiers were described as "nonpartisan political neophytes," Campbell and Putnam write, but their findings showed that tea partiers were "highly partisan Republicans" who were more likely than others to have contacted government officials.

"They are overwhelmingly white, but even compared to other white Republicans, they had a low regard for immigrants and blacks long before Barack Obama was president, and they still do," they went on.

In addition to being socially conservative, the study found a close tie between religion and the tea party, whose supporters seek out "deeply religious" elected officials.

"This helps to explain why candidates like Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry are just as much about the public presentation of themselves as religious people as fiscal conservatives," Campbell told The Ticket.

Campbell said Tuesday that he does not regard his research as politically motivated. "I don't have a particular dog in this or any other political fight," he said.

"We actually didn't go into this study primarily to look at the tea party," he told the Ticket. "The primary purpose of the study is to update what we learned about religion in America."


The TEA Party: If They Can’t Take the Country Back, They’ll Take it Down


There are 87 TEA Party congressional representatives out of 435 members in the house. 20%. Although they make up less than a third of the Republican side of the aisle, without them, the Grand Ol’ Party doesn’t have enough votes to beat the Democrats. They amount to what has become either a tumor on the tail that wags the dog, or the birth of a de facto right/far-right coalition party.

In their mind, they are the only members of congress with a constituency. This twenty percent claims to be the representatives of all American people. The TEA Party are, again, in their mind, the minority that should be given all the power of a majority, and if they don’t get it, dammit, they’ll make sure that no one else has it either..



INTERNET/////Even after being segregated prior to WWII , then, deprived of their property and sent to internment camps during WWII, the Japanese were able to prosper and make headway in American society during the 1950's *prior* to any Civil Rights Act or affirmative action programs. They outpaced, per capita, even the white majority during that time.
Likewise, Koreans were segregated and still excelled in American society outdoing blacks, and in many cases, whites in business, academics, etc.

This whole notion black "leadership" has regarding segregation being the sole cause of black poverty and bad behavior is simply shitting on pre-Civil Rights black achievement in that blacks in the 1940's were becoming wealthier and more educated without special treatment. They were also far less prone to criminal activity. The CRA simply made political careers for certain "leaders," imparted a notion of entitlement among blacks in general and took credit for an already existing upward swing of black achievement. Meanwhile, they, and their white "progressive" apologists, never take the responsibility for the failures of their miserable wealth distribution schemes: higher crime rates, familial/community destruction, etc.

See Thomas Sowell's _Civil Rights: Reality or Rhetoric?_
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Read more: http://takimag.com/article/the_trouble_with_blacks/print#disqus_thread#ixzz1VKiTxRCc


Liberator posts a comment that the tea party has little regards for blacks. Then someone posts about blacks. make a statement about conservatives. And, they are all too eagar to prove you right!



TRUMP ON PERRY (via HANNITY)......"I like him. I like him a lot. I met him a few times recently. He's passionate. He's a terrific addition to the field."

gringoNOTE: TRUMP was disappointing for both far Left and the far Right. No mention of Perry as a "Boosh-Bilderberger puppet" and a "racist" who means Obama when he mentioned a black cloud of 14 trillion dollar debt hanging over America. No mention of Perry as a champion of "illegalismo" from Mexico. No mention of all the so-called economic and job stats used against Perry---and which have been meticulously disproved by a serious (not a troll) statistician linked above by Buck.

To the Right & the Leftniki (rhymes with sneaky), as we said in another war, Sorry 'bout that.' Trump despises Goopers as much as he does Obama.

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