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Monday, January 31, 2011

Bank Bailout Video You Must See & Share

If you are an American taxpayer, you must see this video so that you will understand what has happened and how we have been screwed.
Please watch the video and share it.

It is vital that people understand what has happened and who is responsible.

The people of Egypt have had enough of their corrupt government so they are staging a revolution.
It's about time "We the People" stage one of our own, break up "too big to fail" banks, lock up the banksters and seize their assets..

h/t- the Daily Bail

Our Government has poured trillions into these bailouts, doesn't this just burn your ass when these the hypocrites in Washington tell you we can't afford a single payer health care plan or when they repeat the word "deficit" over & over and with their next breath want to cut Medicare & Social Security?
We can afford all these things if our Government wasn't ripping us off!
More Goldman Sachs ripoff crap...

Friday, January 21, 2011

Really Good News & Really Bad News

We need some good news and this is really good.
Joe Lieberman will not run again... YEA!!!
Kos wrote..."CT-Sen: Lieberman to quit before getting fired"

Lieberman has repeatedly proved that he is a flip floppin', narcissistic ass hat and I for one say Good Riddance. Don't let the door hit you in the ass Joe. He could go back to Connecticut and work for an insurance company or he could catch up with preacher John Hagee and his CUFI minions raising money for Israel while preparing for the end of times.
Lieberman along with Tom DeLay and Rick Santorum were filmed by Max Blumenthal at a CUFI rally in Texas.
This is bizarre...

The bad is news is that Keith Olbermann has left Countdown and MSNBC.
He had a good run. Eight years delivering some of the best op/eds 5 NIGHTS A WEEK!

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Friday, January 14, 2011

A Nation in Shock

On Saturday the 9th Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was holding a meet & greet with her constituents in the parking lot of a Tucson grocery store. No one except Jared Loughner could have anticipated what would happen next.
Loughner walked though the crowd, came up behind Giffords and shot her in the back of the head. He then turned on the crowd and unloaded a 30 round clip, killing 6 and wounding 13 others. Among the dead a 9 year old girl and a federal judge. Miraculously Gabby Giffords has survived and the lunatic Jared Loughner is in federal custody.

A number of questions arise...
>How did a mentally deranged person like Loughner get a gun much less the high capacity magazine he unloaded on the crowd in Tucson?
>Could the tragedy in Tucson been avoided if we had a better health care system that actually treated the mentally ill as opposed to ignoring the needs & expense of treatment?
>Was the hyperbolic rhetoric of politics and media pundits fueling violence?

What made Loughner do what he did?
Perhaps there doesn't have to be a reason except the guy was nuts.
The same scenario unfolded on the Virginia Tech campus when a mentally deranged guy (Seung-Hui Cho) got his hands on a couple pistols and killed 32 people before taking his own life.

Apparently you can't keep guns out of the hands of criminals as there will almost always be a market if you have the money but both Loughner & Cho were mentally ill and still bought guns & ammo from a store.
You would think if someone is mentally ill = no permit, no gun and no ammo...

In the wake of this violent tragedy people search for answers and if there is someone to blame.
They blame the gun lobby and politicians for holding up any real legislation that utilizes gun control reforms.
Some also blame gun manufacturers. This one I don't get. It's the shooter not the gun or as Larry the Cable Guy would say, "Blaming the gun is like blaming your pencil for misspelled words".
Some people reject the whole idea of gun ownership and the 2nd amendment as an arcane ideology from the past that represents the needs of farmers and a struggling civilization.

Others blame the talking heads ( Palin, Beck, O'Reilly, etc ) for inciting violent reactions using divisive comments that paint their political opposites as enemies that must be dealt with.

Some look at Arizona , their lax gun regulations and hostile immigration policies as a wild west mentality perpetrated by the ignorance of their governor and senators.


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Monday, January 03, 2011

Crocodile Tears

John Boehner sure does cry a lot. I wouldn't make fun of him if there were obvious circumstances at play or if I felt the guy had a sincere bone in his body, but I don't.
I do feel that he demonstrates some sort of emotional instability and with that in mind I repeat the call for some periodic competency testing for people in government, especially for those that demonstrate peculiar behavior.
I thought Reagan had problems when he hemmed & hawed, did a little bobble head action and then couldn't seem to remember what happened.
I think McCain acts like a man with the early onset of Alzheimer's.
Each displaying some sort of cognitive disconnect.
You can't (or shouldn't) have incompetent people serving on committees that make decisions about things they don't understand and anywhere near the legislative process.

What do these creeps have in common; George Bush, Glenn Beck & John Boehner?
Suck snot crybaby...
Weeper of the House....
Was he cryin' when passed out checks on the House floor from the tobacco lobby?

The Speaker of the House is potentially only a few steps away from being President.
Scary, huh?

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