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We'll survive Obama – before a President Palin

Postby BrevCampagnolo » Tue Oct 14, 2008 6:21 am

We'll survive Obama – before a President Palin
by Mychal Massie
Posted: October 14, 2008
1:00 am Eastern

There's bamboozle and there's bamboozled – and then there is Barry Sotero, aka Barack Hussein Obama, the quintessential bam-boo-zuh-ler. But that notwithstanding, all indications are that on Jan. 20 of 2009, America's first Kenyan-American will be sworn in as president. To which I say, "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche," i.e., "let them eat cake" – because there sure won't be anything else of substantive fulfillment for Americans to enjoy. Voters are buying into his repeatedly vacuous mantra of "change" – and change they are going to get – but, excluding socialists, communists and Marxists, not a change they are going to be happy with.

Liberals are gaga over Obama's promise of change. The problem is, not enough of them are asking "a change to what?" Keep in mind, my liberal friends, not so very long ago conservatives bought into the campaign phrase "compassionate conservatism" – and many of us have lived with the hollow echo of those words in our ears ever since.

Obamanites hate President Bush – so be it – many true conservatives are not thrilled with him either, myself included. Reasons abound: No Child left Behind, his failed Medicaid prescription plan, his "see you at the signing" quip from Softa, Bulgaria, his assurance that Harriet Miers trumped all other's for the high court, his commitment to illegals, his refusal to pardon and/or commute the sentences of Ignacio Ramos and Jose Compean, and his repeated willingness to thumb his nose at his base, which includes taking our money to bail out and pension those who should be on their way to jail.

But, don't learn from us – allow yourselves to be blinded by hatred, anger and the hollow promise of "change," which as yet goes factually and cogently unexplained.

The last time America bought into a campaign pitch for "change," candidate Jimmy Carter claimed to be "[the] leader, for a change." He also claimed his administration would be "not just peanuts." He was right – it wasn't "just peanuts"; it was change America deeply regretted, it was a change to double-digit inflation, near double-digit unemployment, 20-plus percent interest rates, oil crises (two of them to be exact), directives to turn down our thermostats, a 70 percent personal income tax rate, a scalded-dog retreat from nuclear energy, hostages he was unable to free (even though he talked tough), long lines at the gas pump, a double-digit daily "misery-index" (an index never measured before his administration and not again since his administration ended), meaningless Middle East "accords" from Camp David, and the ushering in of the current age of terror, thanks to his betrayal of Shah Pahlavi of Iran. But with that said, many will forever remember evening news shots of Carter – his sweater on, thermostat turned down, reading a book – because, as the press loved to point out, in the absence of any semblance of leadership, Carter was a voracious reader – oh, and he was smart.

Let's see how close the parallels come between today's agent for change and the 1976 version. Both Carter and his current incarnation are hollow shells that the media have deified as brilliant. And, not unlike the current race, the incumbent at that time was hated with a visceral vengeance, as was his predecessor, who had resigned from office.

History has a curious way of repeating itself, and those who do not learn from it are doomed to repeat the travails of its past. Rumors surrounded Carter's record in Georgia, as did allegations of racial epithets directed at his opponent for the governorship of that state. Rumors persisted about his brother Billy and alliances he had formed. But, Carter did have his momma going for him, and he never failed to remind America just how good she had "treated the nigras." And again, he was a "voracious reader," which equates with Obama's ability to read from a teleprompter.

If the majority of voters want an empty shell who can read from a teleprompter, based on their visceral contempt for President Bush, so be it. If the voters are willing to cast their ballot for an ignominious human being with a chronicled history of communist and anarchist alliances – who is a consummate charade – I say let them have their wish.

America has survived colossal failures in the White House before – and, despite liberals and those pining for some nebulous quantum called change that is occupied by Peter and friends in Never-Never Land, we'll survive Obama.

After America's last dose of "change," we had Ronald Reagan remind us on his watch "it [was] morning in America." Perhaps after the impending dose of Obama, a President Palin can wash away the stain of same.

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Postby thomas_w_bowman » Tue Oct 14, 2008 7:13 am

Obama explains why he would increase taxes for Plumber
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=77949

The reason Obama would change ANYTHING is because Soros wants him to...and Soros has a lot to gain if our economy collapses (he made his fortune by betting on currency failures, he's good at it).
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Postby miki02131 » Tue Oct 14, 2008 9:29 am

Let's move away from these BSs and nonsense. Let's remind ourselves what the issues:

1- The economy
2- The economy
3- The economy
4- Energy: a sound plan to move this country away from fossil fuel and the middle east oil.
5- Education and school Improvement
6- Iraq war
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Postby tedybear » Tue Oct 14, 2008 2:54 pm

miki02131 wrote:Let's move away from these BSs and nonsense. Let's remind ourselves what the issues:

1- The economy
2- The economy
3- The economy
4- Energy: a sound plan to move this country away from fossil fuel and the middle east oil.
5- Education and school Improvement
6- Iraq war


Once again---deflection and calling issues being discussed "BSs"...If you want to talk about the economy? There is a topic on the bailout..or start your own thread on the economy.

Same with Energy....

Same with Education

And the same with the Iraq War.

If someone here wants to discuss Obama's faults and possible issues with his policy plans? They should be free to do so. Just because someone does not share your point of view? Does not mean these topics should not be discussed. Someone says something you feel is incorrect or "BS"? Then come up with something to prove the claim wrong, or provide evidence to the contrary. Having a discussion/debate about issues on the topic listed is always welcome.

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Postby thomas_w_bowman » Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:39 am

OK - the Economy then...
Socialist Agenda -"I think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody"
http://www.gopusa.com/theloft/?p=802

Is this REALLY the American way ?!?
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Postby miki02131 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 9:16 am

thomas_w_bowman wrote:OK - the Economy then...
Socialist Agenda -"I think when you spread the wealth around, it's good for everybody"
http://www.gopusa.com/theloft/?p=802

Is this REALLY the American way ?!?


More links for distraction and deflection from the real issues that we should be addressing. Here is how true conservative feel:

Buckley wrote:

"Eight years of 'conservative' government has brought us a doubled national debt, ruinous expansion of entitlement programs, bridges to nowhere, poster boy Jack Abramoff and an ill-premised, ill-waged war conducted by politicians of breathtaking arrogance. As a sideshow, it brought us a truly obscene attempt at federal intervention in the Terry Schiavo case," he also wrote.

The resignation comes four days after Buckley formally endorsed Obama on the Web site The Daily Beast, writing the presidential campaign had made John McCain "inauthentic," and Obama appeared to have a "first-class temperament and first-class intellect."

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Postby miki02131 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 9:38 am

If someone here wants to discuss Obama's faults and possible issues with his policy plans? They should be free to do so. Just because someone does not share your point of view? Does not mean these topics should not be discussed. Someone says something you feel is incorrect or "BS"? Then come up with something to prove the claim wrong, or provide evidence to the contrary. Having a discussion/debate about issues on the topic listed is always welcome.


The stuff you keep bringing to the table has nothing to do with the issues. They are designed to distract and deviate people from the real problems. We all know there is a political elite to vet and take care of such fundamental issues. With the most powerful intelligence tool and institutions on the planet, CIA, FBI, IRS, NSA, MI, Electoral commission, etc..., the elite just can't be wrong about someone eligibility. Thus bringing these BSs to the forums has only one purpose: distraction, deflection, smearing, dumbing, and misleading. You're just trying to prevent people from talking about what is really important: economy, energy, education, War.

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Postby Roach412 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 1:50 pm

miki02131 wrote:...Thus bringing these BSs to the forums has only one purpose: distraction, deflection, smearing, dumbing, and misleading.

that's five.

miki02131 wrote:...You're just trying to prevent people from talking about what is really important: economy, energy, education, War..

he's not banning people from posting, so how is that prevention again?

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Postby miki02131 » Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:55 pm

Roach412 wrote:
miki02131 wrote:...Thus bringing these BSs to the forums has only one purpose: distraction, deflection, smearing, dumbing, and misleading.

that's five.


Hi Redneck,

When you can appreciate the difference between the words PURPOSE and OBJECTIVES, come back again for more.

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Postby tedybear » Wed Oct 15, 2008 3:57 pm

Quite right. I'm not banning anyone from posting.

I'm just going to say this once, as I figure we've seen enough cut and pasting of comments made by William Buckleys son--Whom basically? He can vote or support anyone he chooses. I am an everyday conservative and I do not care for either Obama or McCain. But I'm not going to get my undies in a snit over the fact GW Bush didn't follow through with the conservative ideals. Everyone pretty much knew from the onset GW was not a full blown conservative---all we had to do is look at his backround as Gov of TX.

So why is that important? Well...So Buckley got his nose bent out of shape. That's his problem, not mine LOL.

As a side bar note again over cut and paste? Think for yourself, not the talking points sent out by the Obama Crew. Cutting and pasting the same message/quote from Buckley onto 5 threads does nothing to support your position regarding the thread's topic. If you can not remain on the topic of the thread? The feel free to start your own.

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