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Happy New Year!

Crush Liberalism thanks you for making 2011 a good year, and we look forward to a productive 2012.  Productive, as in a repeat of 2010 with liberals getting the electoral #sskicking they so richly deserve for being the Marxist jackwagons that they are.

Anywho, if you’re a moonbat, I don’t really care if 2012 is a good year for you or not.  Matter of fact, I’m hoping election day in 2012 brings you much sorrow and despair.  😆

Er…I mean…”Happy New Year!”  😆

December 31, 2011 Posted by | non-political | 2 Comments

Ron Paul: Yeah, I had a lot of racist and anti-Semitic stuff in my personal newsletters, but I only wrote the non-racist parts of the newsletters and not the “8-10” sentences you don’t like. Yeah, those were written by…um…someone else.

Quick primer, for those who haven’t been following…

Ron Paul wrote a series of newsletters back in the day that dealt with economics, foreign policy, and…those darned blacks, gays, and Jews.  Details:

For years, Ron Paul published a series of newsletters that dispensed political news and investment advice, but also routinely indulged in bigotry. Here’s a selection of some especially inflammatory passages, with links to scanned images of the original documents in which they appeared. …

There are examples of his bigotry and paranoia at this site, and a helluva lot more than what he says:

PAUL: Well, the newsletters were written, you know, a long time ago. And I wrote a certain portion of them. I would write the economics. So a lot of what you just mentioned… his would be material that I would turn in, and it would become part of the letter. But there were many times when I didn’t edit the whole letter, and things got put in. And I didn’t even really become aware of the details of that until many years later when somebody else called and said, you know what was in it? But these were sentences that were put in, a total of eight or ten sentences, and it was bad stuff. It wasn’t a reflection of my views at all. So it got in the letter, I thought it was terrible, it was tragic, you know and I had some responsibility for it, because name went on the letter. But I was not an editor. I’m like a publisher. And if you think of publishers of newspapers, once in a while they get pretty junky stuff in newspapers. And they have to say that this is not the position of that newspaper, and this is certainly the case. But I actually put a type of a newsletter out, it was a freedom report, investment, survival report — every month since 1976. So this is probably ten sentences out of 10,000 pages, for all I know. I think it’s bad that happened but I disavowed all these views, and people who know me best, people of my district, have heard these stories for years and years, and they know they weren’t a reflection of anything I believed in, and it never hurt me politically. Right now, I think it’s the same case, too. People are desperate to find something.

Check out the first link.  That’s a boatload more than “8-10” sentences.

Allah sums it up best:

The question isn’t whether Paul’s a racist, it’s whether the racist elements in the newsletters point to a more broadly paranoid worldview that Paul does appear to hold in some respects.

Paul may or may not be racist, anti-Semitic, or a conspiracy nutjob.  But the fact that he attracts so many of them and doesn’t discourage them nor distance himself from them (and in fact flirts openly with them) says a lot about his judgment and of the kind of person that these unsavory miscreants think he is.

OK, I just laid the bait for the Paulistinians.  Let’s see how many of them bite!  😆

December 30, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, Ron Paul | 3 Comments

Merry Christmas!

Here’s wishing all of my non-moonbat visitors a Merry Christmas!  And to my moonbat lurkers, may you have a…well…emotionless, non-denominational winter day of non-specific observation.  Or something.  😆

Anyway, God bless!  🙂

December 25, 2011 Posted by | non-political | 3 Comments

New ad acknowledges Obama’s claim to be the 4th best president in our nation’s history

Remember B.O.’s absurd claim that his “accomplishments” rank him right up there with Abe Lincoln, as if jamming ObamaCare down the throats of America to the point where his party got “shellacked” were more impressive than Abe’s salvaging the republic?  Well, American Crossroads gives ObaMao the recognition that he deserves, and in a snarky fashion.

December 23, 2011 Posted by | Obama, shameful | 3 Comments

NYT calls for the head of the Attorney General

Wow…who would have thought that the leftist rag would demand the resignation/firing of the Attorney General of the United States?  I guess the offense was just that horrible!  Excerpt:

It (the administration) has offered up implausible excuses, hidden the most damaging evidence and feigned memory lapses, while hoping that the public’s attention moves on. But this scandal is too important for the public or Congress to move on. This story should not end until Attorney General [redacted – CL] is gone, and the serious damage that has been done to the Justice Department is repaired.

Kudos to the NYT for demanding that the integrity of the office of the AG and the Department of Justice be preserved!  I guess Operation Fast & Furious, a botched federal government operation which resulted in our government arming Mexican drug lords who, in turn, killed Border Patrol agent Brian Terry PLUS 300+ Mexicans, was just so egregious that even the liberal apologists at the Old Gray Hag couldn’t defend USAG Eric Holder over it.

Hmm?  What’s that?  The NYT column isn’t talking about Holder or Fast & Furious?

Oh, wait.  That’s right!  My bad.  The column was demanding the head of Bush’s AG Alberto Gonzales on a silver platter for the far more disgusting crime of…firing U.S. Attorneys who serve at the pleasure of the administration.

No, as it turns out, the NYT is allowing Holder and the administration to get their talking points out about Fast & Furious.  Naturally and predictably, Holder whips out the race card, and the NYT is more than happy to accommodate Holder.

But Mr. Holder contended that many of his other critics — not only elected Republicans but also a broader universe of conservative commentators and bloggers — were instead playing “Washington gotcha” games, portraying them as frequently “conflating things, conveniently leaving some stuff out, construing things to make it seem not quite what it was” to paint him and other department figures in the worst possible light.

Of that group of critics, Mr. Holder said he believed that a few — the “more extreme segment” — were motivated by animus against Mr. Obama and that he served as a stand-in for him. “This is a way to get at the president because of the way I can be identified with him,” he said, “both due to the nature of our relationship and, you know, the fact that we’re both African-American.”

From Big Journalism:

Conflating things? How do we “conflate things” when we provide the documents PROVING our points? Plus if we are leaving out things it’s because Mr. Holder and the Department of Justice aren’t providing us with all the details.

How about members of the Congressional Black Caucus Mr. Holder and Mr. Savage? As Mr. Boyle and Michelle Fields report the feeling in the caucus is that the congressional investigation is warranted. So do they feel this way because Mr. Holder is an African American? Are they racists against their own race?

To recap:  Republican A.G. fires US Attorneys (within his job duty), and the NYT demands he lose his job.  But Democrat A.G. arms a Mexican drug cartel and gets over 300 people killed, including federal border patrol agent Brian Terry (whose name the NYT can’t bother themselves to mention), and the NYT yawns disinterestedly and allows unfounded accusations of racism and sensationalism to go unchecked.  Because proof is racist, or something.

Nope…no liberal media bias!

December 21, 2011 Posted by | gun rights, Holder, hypocrisy, media bias, Obama, Operation Fast and Furious, shameful | 9 Comments

Pelosi, basing her lunacy on “economic experts”, claims extending unemployment bennies would “save or create” 600,000 jobs

I tell you, folks, when this wench doubles down on stupid, she really doubles down on stupid.

So, who are these “experts” that get their 600k figure?  Well, we know of at least one of these “experts”:

In May 2010, then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi took to a podium in the Capitol to introduce a half-dozen economic experts she had convened for a meeting on how to jump-start the economy. The group had met for several hours with top Democratic leaders, and Pelosi invited them to speak publicly on their perspectives on economic growth.

What Pelosi did not mention is that one of the men in the group was her son’s boss and a partner with her husband in more than a half-dozen investments, including one that generated more than $100,000 in income for the Speaker’s family last year.

It was the fourth time since 2007 that Pelosi had invited San Francisco investment banker William Hambrecht to be part of an economic policy forum on the Hill and the third time she appeared at a podium with him to speak to reporters. At none of those events did the then-Speaker reveal her financial ties to Hambrecht,  and House rules did not require her to do so.

Her son’s boss and business partner.  Well, hell, why don’t we base all economic decisions on Peloco’s connections, considering their wildly successful track record?  Or not.

The best-known Hambrecht/Pelosi partnership is the struggling United Football League.

An October 2009 Washington Post story reported that Paul Pelosi had purchased a team in Hambrecht’s nascent league for $12 million. The article was published four days before Hambrecht participated in another of Pelosi’s economic forums. After that four-hour meeting, Pelosi introduced Hambrecht and several other “leading economists” at a news conference, saying, “They’re going to tell you some of their forecasts that they told us about — some of the options that we may have in investments, in tax policy, in budgetary overview, on how we create jobs in the most fiscally sound way,” according to a CQ transcript.

Again, Pelosi did not mention her family’s investments with Hambrecht.

According to Pelosi’s disclosure form, most of the Hambrecht-linked investments produced losses or very little income last year except for one — an investment worth $5 million to $25 million in an investment firm called Matthews International Capital Management. The firm, partly owned by Hambrecht, specializes in Asian investments and earned Paul Pelosi somewhere from $100,000 to $1 million in income last year. Paul Pelosi also maintained a brokerage account with Hambrecht’s firm last year worth $500,000 to $1 million.

The Pelosis’ son, Paul Pelosi Jr., worked at Hambrecht’s company as an investment banker from July 2009 to September 2011, but a source familiar with his employment said, “He did not work on any investments that his family had through the company.”

The two families have been friends for many years, and the Hambrechts have donated more than $2 million to Democratic campaigns and causes, according to Federal Election Commission records.

Because the best and brightest economists just so happen to be mega donors to Democrats…which I’m sure is totally coinkidinkal, right?

ObamaCare was supposed to produce 400k jobs instantly.  Preditcably enough, it didn’t.  Paying people not to work is predicted to produce 600k jobs instantly.  Ed notes how that is, um, unlikely:

This is a fairly testable hypothesis.  The last time Congress extended the jobless benefits was a year ago, in another crunch-time compromise between Republicans and Democrats on Pennsylvania Avenue.  Since then, the economy has added about 1.5 million jobs — an average of 125,000 a month, which is only enough to keep up with population growth.  Assuming that Pelosi’s correct and we subtract 600,000 from the 2011 numbers, the Obama adminstration’s economic policies would account for growth that falls well below that of population maintenance — at only 75,000 per month.

At some point, Democrats who actually want to work (both of them) will have to accept that liberals are economic illiterates of the highest order.

December 19, 2011 Posted by | corruption, economic ignorance, Pelosi | 2 Comments

Kim Jong Il dead

Ding, dong, the witch is dead.  The AP reports on it.

Here’s hoping the NorKoms get a new lease on life.

December 19, 2011 Posted by | North Korea | 6 Comments

Obama: Only a couple of presidents have done more good than I have

His douchebaggery merges with his narcissism.  Money quote (video at link):

In his latest interview with CBS News’s Steve Kroft, President Obama said “I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president — with the possible exceptions of Johnson, F.D.R., and Lincoln — just in terms of what we’ve gotten done in modern history.” CBS edited the statement out of the televised version of the interview.

How helpful of CBS!  They create proof where there is none if it advances their agenda (see Memogate 2004).  They erase proof if it advances their agenda (this is but one of a bazillion instances).  Nope…no liberal media bias!

What an a-hole!  This country needs this egomaniac out of office ASAP so our republic can begin to heal from his and his party’s moonbattery-induced damage.

December 18, 2011 Posted by | big government, media bias, Obama, shameful | 4 Comments

A voter’s guide to Republicans, or “Tell me again, WHICH party is comprised of the greedy, fascist, Nazi, commie racists?”

I’m getting a Chris Matthews leg tingle after watching this most awesome takedown of EVERY leftist talking point about Republicans!

December 16, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, hypocrisy | 1 Comment

Philandering reverend babydaddy: Jesus was an Occupier, or something

You know, I’m getting a sneaky suspicion that maybe Jesse Jackson doesn’t know that much about Jesus and is more interested in political agendas than in the Lord’s agenda.  Maybe, that is.  Details:

Veteran activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson compared the global anti-capitalist movement to the U.S. civil rights struggle, the battle against apartheid in South Africa and the fight for Indian independence during a visit to an Occupy camp in London on Thursday.

“Jesus was an Occupier, born under a death warrant, a Jew by religion, born in poverty under Roman occupation,” the two-time candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination told a crowd near Saint Paul’s Cathedral. “Gandhi was an Occupier, Martin Luther King was an Occupier, (Nelson) Mandela was an Occupier.”

Look, Jess, Jesus never stayed where he wasn’t welcome.  He still doesn’t.  The Occupy trash, on the other hand, is defined by their insistence on staying where they aren’t welcome.

Additionally, comparing the Occupy vermin to Jesus, MLK, and Gandhi is appallingly offensive.  Jesus died for the sins of the world, while MLK and Gandhi were willing to die (and did so) for their cause.  There is not a SINGLE Occupy scumbag who would die for his/her cause…especially since they have NO FRIGGIN’ CLUE what their “cause” is, other than to commit acts of crime in their zealous attempts to avoid responsibility for their own lives and to live off the public teat in perpetuity.

Jess, I say this with all the love that this Christian can muster: You suck.

December 16, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, Christianity, Jesse Jackson, Occupy Wall Street, shameful | 4 Comments

Night and Day, “Obama channels his inner John Kerry” edition

B.O. on 60 Minutes on Sunday:

Kroft: Did you overpromise? Did you underestimate how difficult this was gonna be?

Obama: I didn’t overpromise. And I didn’t underestimate how tough this was gonna be.

B.O. two days later:

President Barack Obama said Tuesday he wishes he knew the full extent of the economic crisis when he took office, if only so he could have let Americans know just how tough the coming years would be.

“I think we understood that it was bad, but we didn’t know how bad it was,” Obama said in an interview with KIRO in Seattle.

He actually did know how bad it was…before he didn’t.

December 15, 2011 Posted by | Kerry, Night and Day, Obama | 5 Comments

UPDATED: Op-ed: If Tebow’s Broncos win the Super Bowl, then Christians will attack mosques, gays, and immigrants…or something

UPDATES BELOW.

You would expect to find such a disjointed absurd contention from a moonbat rag or MSNBC (pardon the redundancy).  But this is from a rabbi, of all people, at The Jewish Week:

If Tebow wins the Super Bowl, against all odds, it will buoy his faithful, and emboldened faithful can do insane things, like burning mosques, bashing gays and indiscriminately banishing immigrants.  While America has become more inclusive since Jerry Falwell’s first political forays, a Tebow triumph could set those efforts back considerably. 

Um…okay.

See, Christians didn’t burn mosques, attack gays, or try to force immigrants (legal? illegal? doesn’t say) out of America after 9/11.  No, instead the proverbial straw to break the camelhumping jihadist’s back would be…a Super Bowl win?  By a team with a QB who espouses the exact opposite behavior of that predicted by the rabbi.

Look, as an FSU guy, I’m not the biggest Tebow fan by anyone’s definition, and the tears he always childishly cried after a loss were rich and delicious.  That said, I more than respect the guy for his faith, character, and behavior.  Anti-Christian bigotry is one thing.  But the rabbi here is really stretching to create some bigotry here.

UPDATED (12/15/2011 – 08:22 AM EST): WOW!  The entire column has been scrapped, removed from the rag’s web site.  Down the memory hole, as if it never really happened!  I’m guessing the online fishwrap got more than its fair share of vocal criticism, and it wanted the mess to go away post haste.  Words have consequences, pal!  😆

December 15, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, Christianity, shameful | 14 Comments

MSNBC anchor: Say, Romney sure is sounding a little Klanlike, huh?

Both of MSDNC’s viewers were appalled.  Story here.  The network has since apologized to both of its viewers.

In other news, actual Klansman Robert Byrd (D-WV) was unavailable for comment.

December 14, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, MSNBC, shameful | 1 Comment

Holder goes after TX voter ID law, turns blind eye to ID rules in other arenas

There’s this

The Obama administration on Tuesday will wade into the increasingly divisive national debate over new voting laws in several states that could depress turnout among minorities and others who helped elect the president in 2008. …

With the presidential campaign heating up, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. will deliver a speech Tuesday expressing concerns about the voter-identification laws, along with a Texas redistricting plan before the Supreme Court that fails to take into account the state’s burgeoning Hispanic population, he said in an interview Monday.

Holder will speak at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Libary and Museum in Austin, Tex., which honors the president who shepherded the 1965 Voting Rights Act into law. …

When it comes to voting fraud, some conservatives have long argued that it is a serious problem, although others say the number of such cases is relatively low. Studies of the issue have reached different conclusions on the extent of the problem.

“You constantly hear about voter fraud . . . but you don’t see huge amounts of vote fraud out there,’’ Holder said.

…as opposed to this:

You’re not seeing things.

The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) has  given 99% of its campaign money to Democrats (according to ElectionLawCenter.com,  citing OpenSecrets.org). Democrats, including Obama administration Attorney  General Eric Holder, who will be in Austin, Texas tomorrow supporting the  rejection of voter-ID laws and, according  to the Texas GOP, “NAACP plans to involve the United Nations on (sic) US  elections,” abhor the idea of making voters bring some form of photo  identification to the polls.

Yet the IAM in the instance photographed required a photo ID of all who  wished to vote in a contract ratification election. From the looks of the  professionally made sign, the photo-ID requirement in the union’s elections  would appear to be far from an isolated instance. Gosh, I wonder why?

Doug  Ross’s reaction: “Needle on Hypocrisy-Meter Breaks Off.”

At some point during all these years of covering the voter-ID issue, you  would think that someone in the press, much of which is unionized (specifically  the Associated Press, which has the credit for the photo above), would have  noted that unions at least occasionally and likely far more than occasionally  require that members present a photo ID to be able to cast their ballots. Nope.  How typically irresponsible.

Translation: Requiring picture ID in order to receive Social Security, Medicare, welfare, a library card, a driver’s license. are totally cool, and requiring picture ID to vote in certain (i.e. union) elections is only sensible.  But requiring picture ID for the most sacred act of our republic is racist.  Or something.

December 13, 2011 Posted by | bigotry, Holder, hypocrisy, media bias, vote fraud | 11 Comments

DNC Chair Debbie lies, insists unemployment has NOT gone up under Obama

Video clip must be seen to be believed:

Ed runs the numbers:

  • Jobless rate in January 2009: 7.8%.  Jobless rate in November 2011: 8.6%.
  • Number of employed in January 2009, in thousands: 133,563.  In November 2011: 131,708
  • Civilian participation rate in January 2009: 65.7%.  In November 2011: 64.0%
  • Unemployment level in January 2009, in thousands: 11,984.  In November 2011: 13,303
  • Number of people not in labor force, January 2009, in thousands: 80,554.  In November 2011: 86,558

Whatshername-Schmuck is trying to argue that last month’s drop in unemployment means that unemployment has not gone up under Uhhhh-bama.  That’s like running your credit card up from a balance of $0 to a balance of $10,000, then you pay the balance down to $9,000.  “See?  The debt didn’t go UP…it went DOWN a thousand bucks!”  Um, no…it went DOWN a grand after you ran it UP nine grand.  And you’re proud of that measley one grand?

Additionally, she sure is proud that unemployment fell from 9.0% to 8.6%.  Impressive…except that while 112,000 people found jobs, over 300,000 people gave up looking for work.  The unemployment numbers no longer count people who have exhausted their unemployment benefits and stop looking for work.

I do feel a tad sorry for her (yeah, I know, but it’s only a tad).  She’s been assigned the impossible task of polishing a turd.  She’s polishing as hard as she can, but in the end, her boss’ record is still a turd, and there ain’t no amount of polish in America to get that turd shiny.

December 12, 2011 Posted by | big government, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, economic ignorance | 8 Comments

Why the Obama stimulus was a massive failure

Observe:

Sums Tina Korbe:

Theoretically, for the stimulus to have worked, the government would have had to target idle resources. Instead, the government funneled money into already-existing government contracts. Similarly, for the stimulus to have worked, state leaders would have had to spend stimulus money on top of what they were already spending. All too often, they used stimulus dollars to cover general expenses rather than to increase overall spending.

Takeaway line from video: “The main lesson of the stimulus is creating jobs is a very complex process and, certainly, it can’t be directed by a top-down institution that pretty much fails at everything it does”.

December 12, 2011 Posted by | big government, economic ignorance, Obama | 2 Comments

Obama: You know what creates more jobs that jobs do? Jobless benefits, that’s what!

ObaMao addresses the bitter clingers in PA:

President Obama said that he will delay his vacation and keep Congress in session until the passage of his desired payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits extension — two proposals that Obama said would create more jobs than the Keystone XL pipeline that his administration recently delayed.

“I would not ask anyone to do something I’m not willing to do myself,” Obama said when asked if he would go on vacation while keeping Congress in Washington D.C. “We are going to stay here as long as it takes [to get unemployment extended and pass the payroll tax cut].”

As Obama called for passage of those bills, he also responded to a recent Republican push to require him to approve the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada. “However many jobs might be generated by a Keystone pipeline,” he said, “they’re going to be a lot fewer than the jobs that are created by extending the payroll tax cut and extending unemployment insurance.”

Uh…whiskey tango foxtrot?

You’ve got a project that will actually create jobs, and this economic ‘tard is claiming that giving people money NOT to work, and extending tax cuts to people who are ALREADY at work, is going to create more than the zero jobs we know that it will?

Wow…just friggin’ “Wow!”

December 9, 2011 Posted by | big government, economic ignorance, energy, Obama | 3 Comments

Obama lets his communist leanings show loudly and clearly

One of the things I’ve detested about the left and the MSM (pardon the redundancy) since BHO decided to run for president was their insistence that their boy was a “centrist” or “center-left” guy.  He was raised by an anti-American Muslim father (for a while) and an anti-American socialist mother, indoctrinated with anti-American propaganda at his madrassas and in college by Marxist professors, associated with the New Party (communist, Google it), bombarded with anti-American socialist vitriol in Jeremiah Wright’s church for over two decades, palling around with anti-American left-wing terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, and best buds with his most frequent White House visitor Andy Stern (former SEIU chief).

Yet the left would have us believe that despite incubating in such an anti-American leftist cesspool, BHO was immune to all of the effects one would expect from someone with such a background.  If you lie with dogs, you get fleas…unless you’re Obama, in which case you’re immune from fleas.

Last week, Stern wrote a column telling Americans that our capitalist model was a failure and needed to be shaped to match the Chicom model.  Stern was one of many union bosses who have openly espoused communist…er, “pro-worker”…sentiments.  When you listen to their rhetoric, it sounds exactly like something you would have heard from Lenin, Chavez, Castro, et al.  It’s official: unions are nothing more than commie front groups.  Period.  The science is settled.

Oh, but I forgot: Just because ObaMao is best buds with Stern, Hoffa, et al, does NOT mean he shares their communist sensibilities.  To think otherwise is crazy.  I mean, aside from a rare moment of honesty with Joe the Plumber, when has BHO ever advocated anything other than a capitalist model?

Now.  The answer to the prior question is now.  In Kansas, no less.  Here’s what he had to say about capitalism:

“It’s a simple theory — one that speaks to our rugged individualism and healthy skepticism of too much government. It fits well on a bumper sticker. Here’s the problem: It doesn’t work,” Obama said of supply-side economics, drawing extended applause. “It’s never worked.”

Oh, sure, some would argue that he wasn’t talking about capitalism per se, but of supply-side economics.  Folks, that is a distinction without a difference.  As Ace rightly notes:

He says “trickle-down economics” rather than capitalism, but “trickle-down economics” is merely an argument in favor of capitalism. There is no such thing as “trickle-down economics.” There is capitalism, and the argued advantage of it, which is the trickling down of created wealth.

…But Europe is probably going to plunge into something in between a recession or a depression, and may erupt in violence and political disorder.

And Europe is Obama’s lodestar. That’s where he wants to take us. To the extent we haven’t gotten there yet, it’s because Americans are soft, lazy bitter clingers who hate other sorts of people (and their politico-economic systems).

So Europe’s 60 or 70 year history with socialism is about to end in violent upheavals and misery… and here’s this ignoramus saying that it’s capitalism which is the proven failure.

As an intemperate interjection, might I note that if, by “never worked”, the organizer-in-chief means “increased government revenues every time”, then yeah, “never worked.”  If, by “never worked”, he means the creation of 16 million new jobs, then he’s right…”never worked”.

But that’s not what he means.  Those aren’t benefits…not to the people he seeks to please.  No, by “never worked”, he means “it has never taken more money from the producers and funded the non-producers’ chosen lifestyles of lethargy and dependence in perpetuity.”  That’s what he means.  See, when 16 million new jobs were created, you had to be handicapped or lazy to not get a job, because they were everywhere.  Every time supply side economics has been tried, the economy has picked back up, jobs have been created, and revenues to the government have increased as a result of more people working and paying income taxes (and not on public dependence).  But to ObaMao, public dependence is a feature, NOT a bug!

The son of a motherless goat is a commie.  He’s had it pounded into his head since he was a fetus (that, luckily for him, escaped medical procedures that he endorses, to the point of infanticide).  No amount of results will shake his belief that it is communism, and not capitalism, that has failed every time.  He just knows it will be different this time…it’s got to be!  (Sidebar: I know that communism and socialism aren’t exactly the same thing. But the differences are not great, so as far as I’m concerned, for the sake of B.O.’s leftist leanings, they’re the same thing.)

For the sake of the republic, this #sshat must be removed from office in next year’s election.  This country cannot survive eight years of Obamunism.

December 8, 2011 Posted by | big government, capitalism, economic ignorance, Obama, taxes, unions | 7 Comments

Obama Defense Department: Fort Hood shooting merely an act of “workplace violence”

Oh. My. Allah.  You’ve got to be bleeping kidding me!

Sen. Susan Collins on Wednesday blasted the Defense Department for classifying the Fort Hood massacre as workplace violence and suggested political correctness is being placed above the security of the nation’s Armed Forces at home.

During a joint session of the Senate and House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday, the Maine Republican referenced a letter from the Defense Department depicting the Fort Hood shootings as workplace violence. She criticized the Obama administration for failing to identify the threat as radical Islam.

If bloodthirsty camelhumping jihadists don’t kill us first, political correctness will.

December 8, 2011 Posted by | Ft. Hood, political correctness, religion of peace | 3 Comments

ATF wanted Fast & Furious fiasco to push for more gun control

Remember last month when Eric Holder said that the botched Operation Fast & Furious, which resulted in the deaths of people including a border patrol agent (of which Holder is not remorseful), was proof that we needed more gun control laws in the U.S.?  As if more gun control laws would have stopped our own government from arming Mexican drug cartels, right?  Anywho, new e-mails are surfacing that showed ATF officials were indeed using the power of their office, coupled with the fiasco that was OF&F, to push more gun control legislation.  Details:

ATF officials didn’t intend to publicly disclose their own role in letting Mexican cartels obtain the weapons, but emails show they discussed using the sales, including sales encouraged by ATF, to justify a new gun regulation called “Demand Letter 3″. That would require some U.S. gun shops to report the sale of multiple rifles or “long guns.” Demand Letter 3 was so named because it would be the third ATF program demanding gun dealers report tracing information.

On July 14, 2010 after ATF headquarters in Washington D.C. received an update on Fast and Furious, ATF Field Ops Assistant Director Mark Chait emailed Bill Newell, ATF’s Phoenix Special Agent in Charge of Fast and Furious:

“Bill – can you see if these guns were all purchased from the same (licensed gun dealer) and at one time. We are looking at anecdotal cases to support a demand letter on long gun multiple sales. Thanks.”

On Jan. 4, 2011, as ATF prepared a press conference to announce arrests in Fast and Furious, Newell saw it as “(A)nother time to address Multiple Sale on Long Guns issue.” And a day after the press conference, Chait emailed Newell: “Bill–well done yesterday… (I)n light of our request for Demand letter 3, this case could be a strong supporting factor if we can determine how many multiple sales of long guns occurred during the course of this case.”

There’s much more at the link.  Here’s guessing that House Oversight Chair Darrell Issa is going to grill the hopelessly corrupt Eric Holder on this at today’s hearing.

December 8, 2011 Posted by | corruption, gun rights, Holder, Operation Fast and Furious | 10 Comments

Obama: Al Gore’s invention responsible for job losses

Well, at least he didn’t double down on his “ATMs are costing us jobs” nonsense.  Oh, wait

“Layoffs too often became permanent, not part of the business cycle. And these changes didn’t just affect blue collar workers. If you were a bank teller or a phone operator or a travel agent, you saw many in your profession replaced by ATMs and the internet,” President Obama said at a campaign event in Kansas. 

Video at link.

I’ve been accessing money via ATMs for over 20 years, and for most of that time, unemployment was pretty low.  We’ve been using the Internet on a widespread basis for about the last 15+ years, and for most of that time, unemployment was pretty low.  You know, it’s almost as if he’s got not friggin’ clue what he’s doing and what he’s talking about…almost, that is.

December 7, 2011 Posted by | economic ignorance, Obama | 5 Comments

Night and Day, “How the MSM reports unemployment numbers when presidents of different parties are running for re-election” edition

The Right Sphere has the MSM dead to rights on this one.  Night…

Take a look at these headlines:

The President’s Jobless Recovery
Frustrated Job Seekers Cause Jobless Rate To Drop
Economy Adds Few New Jobs
Low Jobless Rate Reflects Lost Hope
US Jobless Rate Drops But For Wrong Reasons

Recent headlines regarding the drop in the unemployment rate from 9% to 8.6% right?

Wrong.

Those are headlines from January 2004, when the jobless rate dropped to 5.7% and when President Bush was just starting a re-election campaign.

…and day…

Here are headlines from Friday’s job numbers:

Unemployment Rate Drops To 8.6% Raising Hopes
Jobless Rate Drop Could Boost Obama
Obama Gets Economic Indicator He Can Crow About
Good News On Job Front For Obama
Jobless Rate Lowest In 2.5 Years

The jobless rate in November fell 0.4%…because 300,000 unemployed gave up and dropped out of the job search market!  The unemployment rate doesn’t count these people.

Let’s say I ask four girls out on a date, and all four tell me to drop dead.  Let’s say I do this every week, and the results are always the same.  I’ve got a 100% failure record.  But let’s say that one of these girls finally gets tired of me asking her out, so she stops answering her phone and simply ignores me.  Oh, joy!  I just got a 25% reduction in the “uninterested in Crush” rate, because she’s not turning me down anymore!  Sure, she is still uninterested, but I’m just not gonna count her anymore, because she gave up answering me.

That’s what the unemployment numbers are doing.  Sure, they still are unemployed, but because they’re not even going to bother looking anymore, we can stop counting them as unemployed.  Friggin’ brilliant.

As for the reporting?  Nope…no liberal media bias!

December 6, 2011 Posted by | hypocrisy, media bias, Night and Day | 5 Comments

Congressional hopeful tries to tie his would-be opponent to Obama

The delicious hilarity of this turn of events?  The Democrat is trying to tie the Republican to Obama!  Details:

Here’s a telling sign of how much President Obama’s fortunes have changed since 2008 — a leading Democratic Congressional recruit is now attacking a Republican congressman for supporting the president.

Former Ohio Democratic congressman Charlie Wilson, who was attacked relentlessly for being too close with President Obama in last year’s losing campaign, kicked off his comeback bid today by accusing his Republican rival of the same sin.

Wilson, who represented a rural, blue-collar district along the Ohio River, is seeking a rematch against freshman Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio.  In his successful 2010 campaign, Johnson effectively characterized Wilson as a lackey of national Democrats, blasting him for casting a critical vote for Obama’s health care law and the stimulus. …

How awesome is it that B.O. is so massively unpopular that Democrats are not only running from him faster than Barney Frank from a Hooters restaurant, but now they’re actually running on “Vote for me, because unlike my Republican opponent, I won’t be tied to Obama”? 😆

Wilson, you voted for ObamaCare, in direct opposition to the wishes of your constituents.  You obviously thought they were too stupid to know what was good for them, so you voted for ObamaCare against their wishes.  Apparently, you still think they’re stupid, if you think this absurd trick will work.

December 5, 2011 Posted by | health care, hypocrisy, Obama | 2 Comments

Obama: Congress shouldn’t leave until they pass the payroll tax cut; now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to Hawaii for 17 days!

B.O. thinks some people ought to do their jobs…just not him.  From The Hill:

Congress needs to pass an extension to the payroll tax cut and shouldn’t adjourn until they do, President Obama said in his weekly address.

“Both parties came together to cut payroll taxes for the typical middle-class family by about $1,000, but that tax cut is set to expire at the end of this month,” Obama said. “We can’t let that happen.”

“We’re going to keep pushing Congress to make this happen,” Obama said. “They shouldn’t go home for the holidays until they get this done.”

Presidentin’ iz tuff:

While most Americans are lucky to get a few weeks of holiday every year, it seems the country’s leader gets a little more freedom in the matter.

President Barack Obama has announced his Christmas vacation to Hawaii – for a staggering 17-day trip.

Obama, who visited the island just two weeks ago for an economic summit, will head to Honolulu on Saturday December 17 until Monday January 2.

Presidentin’: Nice work if you can get it.

December 4, 2011 Posted by | hypocrisy, Obama, shameful, taxes | 7 Comments

Occupy LA vermin evicted, hazmat suits required in cleanup

But hey, where would you get this crazy idea that the Occupiers were a bunch of filthy, disgusting, unemployable miscreants?  Oh, I dunno.

Sanitation workers wearing hazmat suits and masks moved into City Hall park Wednesday to clean up tons of trash, debris and human waste after police evicted the 2-month-old Occupy LA tent camp and arrested almost 300 people in a mostly non-violent pre-dawn raid.

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said the cleanup and repair to the damaged lawn and park facilities would cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars, possibly more than $1 million.

So how does the 99% live?  Apparently, like this:

By dawn, trash, flattened tents, strewn clothing, bedding and the stench of urine were the legacy of the Occupy LA.

“It’s so contaminated that it doesn’t even make sense to sort it out,” said Jose Garcia, sanitation superintendent of the city north central district.

An estimated 25 tons of trash and debris were to be carted away by mid-afternoon. Workers were finding bottles of urine throughout the camp.

Who knew I was a 1%-er, huh?

December 1, 2011 Posted by | California, moonbats, Occupy Wall Street | 2 Comments