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September 09, 2011

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gringoman

BIG GOVERNMENT////BREAKING: Siena Poll Shows Turner (R) Up 6 in Race to Replace Weiner in NY-9

thebuckstopshere

@Ree, welcome aboard, would that be 17 wooden nickels? lol

HELL NO TO ANY MORE BILLS BEING PASSED WITHOUT BEING READ

thebuckstopshere

crossing party lines...........

http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/watercooler/2011/sep/7/picket-ny-dem-assemblyman-crosses-over-party-lines/

STOP THE INSANITY NOW

gringoman

these are fantastic words, "Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men." JFK

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERY NOW

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 09, 2011 at 12:55 PM

That sentiment has been expressed many times by many different voices. Like fire, all depends on what's done with it. Eg. Hearing it from JFK is one thing, Hearing the same idea from an extremist like Benito Mussolini, is something else. Mussolini was an extremist in his earlier Marx-like Socialist phase. A rowdy who was always for action, action, action, he loved union gangbanging and strike actions. Later in life, after he morphed into socialized fascism, he kept his taste for action and violence. In fact he was eager to use union violence against the unions, since he knew that violence and the threats so well, having lived it for years in Italy, Switzerland and Austria. As quoted by Laura Fermi, wife of the famous nuclear physicist, in her biography 'MUSSOLINI'

"I ask for ferocious men---I ask for one ferocious man with energy, with the energy to tear apart, with the inflexibility to punish and strike without hesitation---and so much the better if the culprit is in a high position."

MUSSOLINI, February 1918

Jay

Scumella X-bot is a looney case from the devil-knows-whereand may just be self-financed or not.

The more we know about the enemy the better we can defeat it.

.

Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 09, 2011 at 09:38 AM


Once again, the same old mentality that the neo-nazis have on Youtube.

"Since you don't agree with me. You must be a paid jew,(liberal)

Jay

I think that the dullard in particular sounds scripted and increasingly rehearsed. He is definitely getting his talking points from somewhwere. Ummah

I get mine from looking up facts. Where does your side get yours? From opinions?

Jay

And guys, cut it out with the notions that the US will turn into a Sociliast or Facist country
RafeMasters

Haven't you heard? They are the new McCarthyists!

Commies are everywhere.


Just like the Neo-Nazis,"jews are everywhere"

Watch out for your children, your daughters, your wife.
They will be the next commie,(jew) victims!

Jay

The ONLY purpose the GOP serves to "We The People" is to stop Comrade Obama's Socialist agenda.
Of course, that's not why they do it, but "We the People" appreciate it just the same.

Posted by: LongRifle | September 09, 2011 at 10:14 AM

Come off it! NEVER heard one GOP politician that cared about anyone but the top 2%!

Ree

@Ree, welcome aboard, would that be 17 wooden nickels? lol

HELL NO TO ANY MORE BILLS BEING PASSED WITHOUT BEING READ

POSTED BY: THEBUCKSTOPSHERE | SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 AT 02:46 PM

TBSH

Liberal media still a sucker for Obama’s empty rhetoric.

http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2011/09/09/liberal-media-still-a-sucker-for-obamas-empty-rhetoric/

I can spot a bad penny when I see one.
We aren't all chumps :)

Jay

This should be, The New Republican Congress same as the old Republican Congress. But, Monica. being a good ol GOP Propagandist Talky points would never post it.

So, labor day 1948

Truman's speech:
Since so many Republicans have high regards for Truman, Mark levin, Palin Bush

here's part of his labor day speach:

"There is only one test of friendship. It is a test of the heart. You know without being told who is your friend and who is not your friend. Glance back over the years between 1900 and 1933. Labor was dealt three major blows. In each case these blows coincided with depressions which occurred under Republican administrations and Republican Congresses.

In the depression years of 1907 and 1908, sweeping injunctions were used against labor and sent its trusted leaders to jail. But another blow to the heart of labor came in 1921 when the Republican depression put nearly 6 million workers out of employment. The strength of labor organizations dropped off and vicious campaigns of anti-labor propaganda swept the country. It was an era of the open shop and the yellow-dog contract.

A few years passed, and you all remember came the Republican panic of 1930 and the great depression, which dealt the workers of the country a terrible blow. There was no unemployment compensation under the Republicans. There was no floor under wages under the Republicans. Average hourly earnings in 1932 were only 45 cents under the Republicans. From 12 to 15 million workers were out of work and unemployed under the Republicans.

And then in 1933 came the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt.

For the first time, labor received the recognition and encouragement that it merits. By constructive legislation, President Roosevelt and a sympathetic Congress corrected many of the abuses against which labor had been contending. That Democratic administration, of which I was a party from 1935, passed the Wagner Act to assure fair collective bargaining, abolished the sweat shop, provided unemployment compensation, passed the Social Security Act, saved millions of workers' homes from foreclosure, brought the average wage from 45 cents to $1.33 per hour.

You all remember how a Democratic administration turned the greatest depression in history into the most prosperous era the country has ever seen.

Sixty-one million people are employed today.


Two years ago the people of this country, and many workingmen among them, seemed to feel that they wanted a change. They elected the Republican 80th Congress--and they got their change. That Congress promptly fell into the familiar Republican pattern of aid for big business and attack on labor. The Republicans promptly voted themselves a cut in taxes, and voted you a cut in freedom.

That 80th Republican Congress failed to crack down on prices but it cracked down on labor all right!

The Republicans failed to give the consumers of America protection against the rising cost of living, but at the same time they put a dangerous weapon into the hands of the big corporations in the shape of the Taft-Hartley law which I vetoed, but which was passed over my veto.

The union men with whom I have talked tell me that labor is just beginning to feel the effects of the Taft-Hartley law. And you and I know that the Taft-Hartley law is only a foretaste of what you will get if the Republican reaction is allowed to continue to grow.

Important Republican newspapers have already announced in plain language that Republicans in Congress are preparing further and stronger measures against labor.


My sympathy is with those best of business managers--the wives and mothers of this Nation. Think how they have made the pay envelope stretch with each rise in prices.

Now, Mother has to outfit the children for school at outrageous prices. How she does it, I don't know. I tried to help her out in this terrible price situation, but I got absolutely no help from that "do-nothing" 80th Republican Congress

63 years ago and the GOP Congress is still the same!

gringoman

Sep 9, 4:41 AM EDT

FACT CHECK: Obama's jobs plan paid for? Seems not

By CALVIN WOODWARD and TOM RAUM
Associated Press

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_OBAMA_JOBS_FACT_CHECK?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-09-08-19-52-31

gringoNOTE: Huh? Slick-mouth Barry would go live with jive? Can it be?

Jay

these are fantastic words, "Do not pray for easy lives. Pray to be stronger men." JFK

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERY NOW

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 09, 2011 at 12:55 PM

Another case of a conservative praising a Democratic politician!

Jay

Many great regulars have been driven off the blog because the moronic Heil-Unions and Heil-DNC blather is useless to them and disgusts them Ummah

Face it. Any irreguar that left the memo did so by THEIR OWN CHOOSING! No one told them too.

thebuckstopshere

@Ree, all I can see in my minds' eye is the "Fargo" clearcoat scene!

STOP SHELLACKING US NOW

Jay

STOP SHELLACKING US NOW

Posted by: thebuckstopshere | September 09, 2011 at 03:46 PM

Tell that to the GOP. They are the ones who need it the most!

mjfell

Country Before Party-Obama Style

After a mere two and one half plus years in office, the current White House occupant revealed in his Thursday night speech what he’s been able to conjur up to magically lift the ailing American economy off the mat.

What’s the big hurry? Can’t he find another unpopular, expensive, socialist program like obamacare that needs to be jammed down America’s throat first?

His speech was filled with typical tax the rich, class warfare rhetoric and big government spending programs that will largely benefit his Party’s unionized supporters employed in construction and teaching. In his now familiarly arrogant fashion, he dictated “Pass the bill” ad naseum to an inappropriately called joint session of Congress, with an attitude that reeked of “take it or leave it, it’s all or nothing”.

All or nothing?

With the House of Representatives controlled by Republicans, an all or nothing approach was certaintly not the best way for him to introduce ideas for legislation that will need bipartisan support to pass.

If that wasn’t ill conceived enough, he also flatly stated that his ideas are “fully paid for”. That he’s willing to describe his proposals as fully funded knowing he’s dumping them on a poorly conceived ”Super Committee” which must already find over a trillion dollars in spending cuts is typical of how truly out of touch is his dictatorial thinking.

When you combine his approach with his proposals, it’s pretty difficult to conclude anything other than this speech was fully intented to paint Republicans into a corner. By delivering an all or nothing, take it or leave it ultimatum to Congressional Republicans, it’s obvious that his intent is to use their refusal to swallow all of his mandates against them in the 2012 election.

This is putting country before Party Obama style.

This is typical of “progressive” politics in general. Were a Conservative to make such a speech in such a fashion they’d be demonized and demolished by the “progressive” Party pravda, aka the mainstream media. You can bet your dead grandma’s cemetery plot that these same “progressive” journalistic sellouts will find a way to sing the praises of their less than zero hero.

2012 can’t come soon enough.

http://mjfellright.wordpress.com/2011/09/09/country-before-party-obama-style/

gringoman

Sep 9, 4:41 AM EDT

FACT CHECK: Obama's jobs plan paid for? Seems not

By CALVIN WOODWARD and TOM RAUM
Associated Press

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_OBAMA_JOBS_FACT_CHECK?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2011-09-08-19-52-31

gringoNOTE: Huh? Slick-mouth Barry would go live with jive? Can it be?

J BOOBUS PROGTROLL We progressives know what the problem is. Our Obama isn't white enough. If an old white man was drowning the US in debt, would you even care?

MARXELLA SCUMELLA TROLLSCUM Good one, Boob! Now the fascists will want me to take off my divine robe and tie it around your progressive neck. But don't worry. We're on to them. Boobus, you speak truthiness.

J BOOBUS PROGTROLL Scummy, you're making my day. I like it when you come unto me.

TROLLSCUM I'm busy. Go troll, will you?

Jay

I respectfully disagree. Nobody, not even MSNBC execs would pay for rubbish like what's allowed here on the Memo. What you see is the inverted ramblings of a demon possessed lunatic (Scummy) and a deadly insipid dullard (Boobus) whom (whether he knows it or not) uses stupidity and ignorance as a rhetorical weapon.

Posted by: DJ | September 09, 2011 at 08:23 AM

Doubt that very much. The only rubbish they wouldn't agree on. Is the name calling, etc. Have found that to be MORE of a Conservative blog issue. Even bashing different WHITE nationalities.

Alfred E. Nueman

TROLLSCUM I'm busy. Go troll, will you?

Posted by: gringoman | September 09, 2011 at 03:53 PM

You're a GAS! BURP!

Alfred E. Nueman

His speech was filled with typical tax the rich, class warfare rhetoric MJFELL

The ONLY ones who doesn't understand class warfare are the conservatives.

IT'S BEING DONE BY THE RICH AGAINST THE MIDDLE CLASS.
Why do you think the gap between the two is expanding?
And, tax the rich? When a Conservative says that. They are saying to tax everyone else.
Ever noticed how the GOP presidents that cut taxes, raise taxes elsewhere?

jobs for real americans

Monica Crowley and the rest of your right wing nuts.
Pres. Obama had a very good speech last night. Once again, Pres. Obama and the democrats have a plan that will create jobs and get us out of the ecomonic slump. But the right wing corrupt conservative republicans only have one thing on their mind" to make Barack Obama a one term president".

The right wing conservative teabaggers/ repubicans DO NOT give a dman about the american people that are unemploy, under-employ,etc.

jay

The right wing conservative teabaggers/ repubicans DO NOT give a dman about the american people that are unemploy, under-employ,etc.

Posted by: jobs for real americans | September 09, 2011 at 04:01 PM


Course they don't . Ever heard a Conservative politician speak about anyone but themselves,(er, the rich)

jobs for real americans

I am black and a hard core liberal that voted for Barack Obama in 2008. I am not happy with everything Barack has done and fail to do. Not keeping his promise to end the wars in Iraq and Aghanistan. A new war in Lybia. Black un-employment has exploded in a billion pieces.
@Monica Crowley, I noticed you still a sub for Bill O'Riely.
Rev. Al Sharpton has his own tv show on MSNBC; maybe one day you have your own show before you turn 60 years old in a few years. lol.
Keep hope alive.
@ Monica Crowley and the rest of your right wing nuts teabaggers/ conservatives
Logon to www.987kissfm.com/openline/
Sundays at 10am
If you have the courage to call and debate
Also listen to Rev. Al Sharpton and Alan Colmes talk radio show.
@Monica Crowley, for heaven sake; listen to your brother in law Alan Colmes; you might just learn something.

DJ

We need to elect a Republican president that will get our troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq post-haste!... Libya too! No more freakin' Neocons! They're going to get us all killed!

Another great article by Pat Buchanan:

What 9/11 Wrought: The Bush Legacy


http://www.vdare.com/articles/what-911-wrought-the-bush-legacy

jobs for real americans

Pres.Obama needs to stop being nice and kissing the conservative/ republicans asses. Barack needs to man up and kick these teabaggers in their asses( Rand Paul and company) Tax the rich, Tax the rich!

DJ

TGIF, Political Circus Edition "Make It Fast, Make It Urgent"

http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/2011/09/tgif-political-circus-edition-make-it.html

Posted by: Ree | September 09, 2011 at 02:09 PM

Hi, Ree. It' good to see you're back blogging again!

jay

We need to elect a Republican president that will get our troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq post-haste!... Libya too! No more freakin' Neocons! They're going to get us all killed!

DJ

Last real Republican president was Eisenhower.
He understood better about taxes, regulations etc. And, was able to have a balanced budget with 91% tax rates.
Republicans now, think that low taxes helps create jobs. Was Never designed for such. And, regulations hurt business, They feel that business should regulate themselves.

Like the old farmer who was asked what happened to all his chickens? Replied, "I don't know. The Foxes said they would regulate themselves."

self-regulating only applies when the people involved are honest.

The Gulf oil spill should be a wake-up call for that mentality.

gringoman

PONZI SCHEME UPDATE

While Obamunists plan how to hit Rick Perry for refusing to back down in the GOP Debate when he did what no common Gooper, including Pander Guy Mitt Romney, would dare--- call today's Social Security a Ponzi Scheme....Chris Mathews, surprisingly, broke ranks with the Obamunists.....

//////Then Chris Matthews put forth what it has become: “Today, lots of people fortunately make it past 65,” he said. “They live into their 80s and 90s. They’re still getting checks. The system doesn’t work that way anymore. It’s not as healthy as it once was. So, how does a Republican deal with the fact it is a Ponzi scheme in the sense that the money that’s paid out every day is coming from people who have paid in that day. It’s not being made somewhere.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2011/09/09/chris-matthews-social-security-admission-it-is-a-ponzi-scheme/#ixzz1XUOfsrRi

Ree

Hi, Ree. It' good to see you're back blogging again!

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 AT 04:18 PM

Thanks DJ, I couldn't resist, there is so much material to work with - what with the Left creating their: He gave such a good speech - out of whole cloth :) I don't know why they were so impressed with this speech, it's the same one he gives every time his vacation is interrupted. LOL!

jay

Hi, Ree. It' good to see you're back blogging again!

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 AT 04:18 PM

Thanks DJ, I couldn't resist, there is so much material to work with - what with the Left creating their: He gave such a good speech - out of whole cloth :) I don't know why they were so impressed with this speech, it's the same one he gives every time his vacation is interrupted. LOL!

Posted by: Ree | September 09, 2011 at 05:44 PM

Reminds people of the Conservatives with their old speech right after THEIR vacations!

jay

Interseting that so many Conservatives politicians would love to get rid of Social Security. When, as a whole, Conservative voters are older than Liberal ones!

Bush tried to privatize SS back in 2004.

But a shift to private accounts could prove tough to accomplish. It would result in an immediate shortfall, because payroll tax revenues that currently pay for retiree benefits would instead go into private accounts earmarked for workers. By some estimates, privatization could add up to $2 trillion to the deficit over 10 years.
Already, Bush administration tax cuts have helped move the government from a budget surplus to a deficit of more than $400 billion.

http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/nation/president/2004-09-02-bush-social-security_x.htm

jay

9. He wants yet another extension of unemployment benefits in order to make that program permanent and perpetuate ever-more government dependency -- Monica

thanks for showing the TRUE Mindset of the right. Your article was FULL OF IT!

For, it's NOT the average guy you care about. But the top 2%!

But, Newsflash, Monica. It's not just liberals who are unemployed. It's many on the right,as well!


Another:
And why was GE's CEO Jeffrey Immelt sitting as your guest with the First Lady when he's shipped entire divisions---along with countless jobs---to China?

When have YOU or any other Conservative been upset about the jobs moved overseas by Conservative corporation bosses?

It's the Conservative President of the US Chamber of Commerce who stated that losing millions of jobs overseas is no big deal!


The broken record of the right and THEIR hypocrisy is so strong!

thebuckstopshere

this guy's name is fuk u corksucker.......

http://www.breitbart.tv/longshore-union-member-attacks-reporter-you-want-your-fking-camera-broke/

yeah I think he is line for a position with the Trumka PR staff.........

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERS 2012

LongRifle

"...indicate a pressing need for substantial action to limit the magnitude of climate change..."
LIEBERATOR

So stop spewing your hot air already

LongRifle

"Since you don't agree with me. You must be a paid jew,(liberal)"

Posted by: Jay | September 09, 2011 at 03:17 PM

VERY rude comment from the anti-semitic, racist Jay...

Jay:
1..You need to learn to read people's posts ALL the way through...
2..Why are all your 75 year old "facts" supposed to be relevant?

thebuckstopshere

either Maxine's got a short memory OR thinks the voters have a short memory............

http://biggovernment.com/asorock/2011/09/09/one-year-later-maxine-waters-unwittingly-exposes-democrats-failed-jobs-bill/

STOP THE DOUCHEBAGGERS 2012

gringoman

We need to elect a Republican president that will get our troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq post-haste!... Libya too! No more freakin' Neocons! They're going to get us all killed!

Another great article by Pat Buchanan:

What 9/11 Wrought: The Bush Legacy


http://www.vdare.com/articles/what-911-wrought-the-bush-legacy

Posted by: DJ | September 09, 2011 at 04:13 PM

DJ,

Anything new from Buchanan on Perry? As for Michael Savage, there's THIS JUST IN. Savage says that Perry's action against the Trial Lawyer "vermin" in Texas, is enough to qualify him for the White House. He said Perry de-fanged these "extortionists with law degrees" to the point where doctors, who were once driven out of Texas by frivolous law suits, are now pouring back into Texas. (In fact I heard a doctor call the show, and he seemed to be in solid agreement with Savage's diatribe.) Perry, according to Savage, got legislation that makes the LOSER pay, a law that terrifies the frivs. Whether the Trial Lawyers are funding some of the Perry bashing you've been posting, who knows, but that they want to "get" Perry is indisputable. They'll probably have a lot of fun with Perry boldly standing his ground on his "PONZI sCHEME" description of SS, something that Romney (who even panders to Iowa Corn for the idiotic ethanol welfare subsidy )would never dare do.

Savage says these "Trial Lawyer vermin should be driven out of the country, let them go work for Al Quaeda."

I don't imagine Pat Buchanan takes a sinilar view.

gringoman

Hi, Ree. It' good to see you're back blogging again!

POSTED BY: DJ | SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 AT 04:18 PM

Thanks DJ, I couldn't resist, there is so much material to work with - what with the Left creating their: He gave such a good speech - out of whole cloth :) I don't know why they were so impressed with this speech, it's the same one he gives every time his vacation is interrupted. LOL!

Posted by: Ree | September 09, 2011 at 05:44 PM

Ree,

I will second DJ's motion, and also confirm if you're from Texas. I seem to recall that you are. And if you are, I think we'd all be espeially interested in your impression of Rick Perry.

gringoman

REDSTATE////Cavuto did a little montage
Scope Thursday, September 8th at 5:55PM EDT (link)
today showing all of the negative headlines against Perry today in all of the liberal rags. Oh yeh, the libs heads are exploding. When he wins I hope they make good on their promise to move out of the country as they did when Bush was elected. One of them did declare war on his candidacy.

gringoman


WHY THEY FEAR PERRY
REDSTATE////This is why the democrats are afraid of Perry
izoneguy Thursday, September 8th at 5:30PM EDT (link)
After 3 years of a Metrosexual as President – the American pubic is ready for real change.


Gergen and Friedman on Perry


RUSH: David “Rodham” Gergen last night on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 211. After the debate, Anderson Cooper said, “What do you think of Rick Perry and this debate, Mr. Gergen?”

GERGEN: Intellectually Mitt Romney got the better of him. He was more articulate on many occasions, but Governor Perry brings a muscularity to the debate that I think will appeal to an awful lot of voters. There’s sort of a decisive quality about him that I don’t think you see so much and he doesn’t back down easily. I can certainly understand why he appeals to a lot of voters and why it’s gonna — it’s gonna be a very, very interesting race. I thought he was calm and confident for a candidate who hasn’t debated in five years.

REDSTATE///The point cannot be made often enough: Modern liberalism, as embodied in the Obama presidency, is the defender of the status quo. And the status quo is a road to economic ruin. Political forces cannot redistribute the wealth that the economic system does not produce.

gringoman

REDSTATE///ucre8ion Thursday, September 8th at 4:57PM EDT (link)
Perry was the man to beat in this debate and no one beat him.. That makes him the winner as far as I can see. What he lacked in style points (Romney’s strong suit) he made up for in raw courage. To me, he has the stones to stand in a fight. Bachman is right…Obamacare repeal is not going to magically appear on the Presidents desk. Its going to take arm twisting and stamina. To borrow a quote…Perry’s ‘muscularity’ in the face of withering assaults is going to be needed.

gringoman

REDSTATE////nucre8ion Thursday, September 8th //// It's hard to explain the SS Ponzi scheme
to idiots when you only have 30 seconds to do it. Everyone intelligent knew what he was saying…and I mean everyone. He has plenty of time to articulate the message.

gringoman

HOWARD KURTZ///Rick Perry’s Debate Reality Check
Sep 5, 2011 8:26 PM EDT
The instant frontrunner could get roughed up in his first televised test against Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann. Howard Kurtz on the high stakes for the Texas governor in Wednesday’s GOP showdown.

In short, we now get to see whether he can take a hit and keep on ticking.

gringoNOTE: Yes, buckeroos. We will see, won't we?

Ree

I will second DJ's motion, and also confirm if you're from Texas. I seem to recall that you are. And if you are, I think we'd all be espeially interested in your impression of Rick Perry.

POSTED BY: GRINGOMAN | SEPTEMBER 09, 2011 AT 07:57 PM

Well Rick Perry isn't the best thing since sliced bread, but he's a real big improvement over what we have now.

I like when he said, I will work to make the federal government as inconsequential in American's lives as possible.

He does a pretty good job of staying out of Texan's business. Perry is an accomplished politician, and he's had his moments. For instance Gardasil -mandating the vaccine for girls. (The mandate did have an opt out for parents to sign) He said it was a mistake. The other problem he has was the Super NAFTA highway. It's not an issue anymore, but he had no problem backing it. The up side there are about 25 million Texans, and Perry is connected he can raise the money to compete against Obama in the General.

The other criticisms I have heard are from Liberals. Brian Williams got his panties in a knot, when the crowd at the Reagan Library, applauded Perry's response to the Williams question about the 234 executions since he's been Governor of Texas. There is a reason they put "Don't Mess With Texas" on their bumper stickers :)

I like Palin, Perry, and McCotter


jay

So stop spewing your hot air already

Posted by: LongRifle | September 09, 2011 at 07:18 PM


been saying that to the irregulars for months!

thebuckstopshere

spam sandwich anyone?

http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/ticket/white-house-floods-reporters-inboxes-obama-jobs-speech-155956139.html

GIVE US US JOBS 2012

jay

VERY rude comment from the anti-semitic, racist Jay...

Jay:
1..You need to learn to read people's posts ALL the way through...
2..Why are all your 75 year old "facts" supposed to be relevant?

Posted by: LongRifle | September 09, 2011 at 07:25 PM
No such thing. UG accused me of being a paid liberal. How else could I get all those damaging facts.
Neo-Nazis use that same tactic.

And, concerning my facts? If, they agreed with your side, then why complain?

xbjllb

"against the expressed will of the regulars on what is nominally a Conservative blog." - UG

SHOVE your Nazi fascist totalitarian wannabe censor "will" up your collective assholes.

jay

For Longrifle:

Where does the X-lax's fill-in sidekick JAY find all that time to spam the Memo with his libberish?

Payola....

.

Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 08, 2011 at 12:54 AM


And:

The left is definitely throwing vast resources into maintaining a troll presence on Conservative websites.

q.e.d. right here on the Memo.

No way these bots can post that much without support.

.

Posted by: Ummahgummah | September 08, 2011 at 11:15 PM

Never make a claim that I can't substantiate!

On Youtube, if you don't agree with them You must be a paid jew.


So, have been accused of being a paid liberal on the memo.

Just because, like the Neo-nazis who don't agree with me. Neither does some of the irregulars on the memo.

So, take your X-Lax!

gringoman

UNION THUGS

VIDEO////This is the face of one of Obama’s core constituencies. This is what you voted for when you voted for “hope and change.” He can’t even curse creatively.

Posted at 6:55 pm by Glenn Reynolds

gringoNOTE: The same couldn't be said for Benito Mussolini, back during his years in the middle of worker demonstrations and violence. From Laura Fermi's superb biography, it becomes clear that the socialist Mussolini could curse in ways that attracted the proletariat to him, just as it later attracted his fascists to go out and "tame" the rioting proletariat But another difference with Comrade Obama: The socialist articles Mussolini wrote for newspapers etc are easily available, even today. Obama's, however, seem to have disappeared, even today. The corporate media cooperates with this, under Obama, just as its Italian counterpart would under Mussolini, the godfather of fascism.

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