Tuesday, October 30, 2012


Why do these people live so close to the water and then expect us the taxpayer of this country to pay to fix their houses, you chose to live there. We the taxpayer should not be responsible for your stupidity to live close to the water, you know bad things can happen!
 OH I forgot it's New York now.
 not New Orleans!!
 It's New Jersey now!

Who is going to clean up this mess, the government can't create jobs, so it must be handled by trickle down majic. I guess this money is okay because it is budgeted!!! Federal reserve clean up money that's different money. I like government when it can help ME, but not others that's wasted money.

Ryan  holds storm relief rally in Wisconsin, and Romney doing the same in Ohio, private sector fixing hurricane Sandy, news alert! wait for details!

Sunday, October 14, 2012


Over the past twelve years Americans have cast hundreds of millions of votes. Did you know in this time period there have been only TEN alleged cases of in person voting impersonation.!
The Republican National Lawyers Assoc. cites 375 cases of election fraud. 33 were found credible and none involved in person voter impersonation. Let me repeat NONE .
Do you what the penalty is for voter fraud? I certainly did not! It is up to five years in prison and $10,000 fine to cast one fraudulent vote. It is simply not worth the risk.
 The two biggest cases of voter fraud is miscounting of ballots and absentee ballots.
 The current concern of the right about voter fraud is just plain not wanting minorties to vote plain and simple because they mostly vote Democratic. 
30 states are are considering voter ID laws?
Tell me know who is trying to steal the election?
 Not having an ID card is most often related to age, race and economic status.
 To pretend you don't understand that and say you are acting in the best interest of the country doesn't even pass the laugh test!

Saturday, October 13, 2012


We have no threat from Iran but of course the Hawks of the Republican party  are squaking again. Are we ready for more war, more sacrifice and more division.
 Didn't Iraq tell us anything about real or imagined threats. We have no threat from Iran let me repeat that WE have no threat from Iran. We can't be a real true leader without respect for morality, justice and equality.
 Have not the last TEN years of useless war not taught us anything. Let's hope we can someday be the nation that really seeks peace, not power. No more money for defense or is it offense I forgot.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

terry, it's you he is talking about

Let me suggest something that many conservatives realized after the debate:Obama did not do that badly. For Obama. He was the same listless, droning, exhausted-of-ideas scold we have seen for at least two years now (and maybe three).
He was Obama. This is what he is. He is not quick-witted. He is not, as I think I saw Mickey Kaus note, a wonk. He has never been a wonk, a detailed-policy guy.
He is a guy who speaks vacuously of hopes and dreams and change and fairness.
He always has been.
The problem, for the liberals, is not Obama. This is what you bought. This is your guy. It wasn't his A game, but it was something close to his B+ game.
The problem was Romney, who was commanding, fluent, reasonable, articulate, sharp-witted, warm, occasionally funny, full of ideas, full of facts, full of thoughtful, detailed criticisms of Obama policy (who the hell expected him to bring up, as an afterthought, Dodd-Frank's failure to specify what a "reasonably qualified" mortgage applicant was, and how that chilled lending? Obama sure didn't!), and, therefore, ultimately, full of qualification for the job and yes, full of gravitas.
That's the problem.
Not Obama. I repeat: This is who Obama is. He has never been this brilliant intellect and keen policy analysts liberals have, in their BubbleWorld, dreamed him as.
The problem is not that Obama is or was awful. The problem is that he is what he always is -- adequate and hardly ever more -- and Romney is actually on top of things, an accomplished executive with a winner's thirst for victory an an A-student's understanding of what victory requires.
So part of the extreme emotional deflation of people like Sullivan -- who only a few years ago called me a "frothing Caesarist" (I take that to mean a lickspittle for a Man on a White Horse) -- is due to their having invented in their minds a conquering hero, an Eternal Champion, a Mussolini-like figure of incredible prowess in all matters including sexual ("Mussolini breaks a new horse every day, and a new woman every night," an old Fascist saying went).
And he's never been that. He's been a very average politician, whose only above-average skill is giving a scripted, TelePrompTed address to people who already support him.
So for people like Sullivan, this is a bit of a bitchslap to their entire fantasy worldview, the day they saw Obama As What He Is rather than What They Fantasized Him To Be.
And they're shocked by this. They feel their psychical mooring-lines stretching to the break.
This is partly Obama's fault, of course. He encouraged this.
But it is much, much more the fault of people who pride themselves on being skeptical realists who permitted their minds to run to the magical and to the (frankly, blasphemously) religious.
I hate to defend Obama at all, but I have to say to his Religious Zealot supporters:This is your shit. This is your deeply weird, Great Man on a White Horse worshipping psychological hangup.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


I believe the debates will just reaffirm one's choice of President. The one's who support Romney will say he won and the one's who support Obama will say he won.
 Much like your choice of which news broadcast you watch CNN or Fox it just confirm your position of being " correct".
The debates are really for the undecided the truly undecided and therefore important in a close election.
 Romney's task will be  to erase the impression that he is a clue-less rich guy, a heartless hard line guy, and Obama will have to erase the impression as incompetent leader, a socialist at heart, that wants to fundamentally change America to a socialist country.
 Both will have to show their cards on how to get America's economy going at some reasonable rate.
But under debate rules they have to do so in under two minutes which is ridiculous.
 If we choose the most important position in America under this format shame on us!