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Latinos end the political ambitions of Sharron Angle and Meg Whitman

If you act like an ass while you’re running in the western states, you suffer the consequences. Hows about you Republican fools getting a healthy dose of rebound messaging? They may not make up their political minds quickly, but — when they do?

. . do not fuck with Latinos:


1.) Early Sharron Angle campaign messaging:

2.) October polling:

TCJ Research 10/7-10/9 Polls Analysis: Angle Expands Lead, O’Donnell Still Behind
Monday, October 11, 2010 | Rick @ The Conservative Journal

Nevada Senate: Finally for my favorite Senate race of this election cycle, the Sharron Angle v. Harry Reid contest. Our numbers show Angle (52%) widening her lead to 6 points, largely due to Reid’s numbers falling a bit to 46%. With only 2% undecided, Angle looks to be in good position for this race. The only remaining variables are: How many people will vote none of these, and who, if anyone, will vote for 3rd party candidate Scott Ashjan?

3.) Latinos’ concerns:

October 16th . .

4.) Result:

Latinos made up 12 percent of Nevada voters, with 90 percent of them supporting Reid. Angle got only an 8 percent sliver of their support, according to a Latino Decisions poll.

90% to 8%?! Are you kidding?! You might have gotten 3-4% of WWII Jews to vote for Hitler.


Next: Meg Whitman vs. Jerry Brown, Governor of California.

1.) Early Meg Whitman campaign messaging:

Meg is ‘tough as nails’ on illegal immigration
May 14, 2010

SAN DIEGO –Meg Whitman says she’s got the guts and determination to stand tough on illegal immigration, and she won’t back down.

And she told a crowd of nearly 175 at a stop Thursday in San Diego, “I am 100 percent against amnesty, no exceptions.”

2.) September Polling:

SurveyUSA Poll: Whitman Leads Brown By 47%-40% In CA-GOV Race
Eric Kleefeld | September 3, 2010, 11:14AM

The new SurveyUSA poll of the California gubernatorial race gives Republican Meg Whitman an expanding lead over Democrat Jerry Brown . .

3.) Latinos’ concerns:

Former Whitman housekeeper alleges she was treated like ‘garbage’
September 29, 2010 | 12:10 pm

The California governor’s race took on a circus-like atmosphere Wednesday as a former housekeeper for Meg Whitman alleged the Republican gubernatorial nominee employed her for nearly nine years, even though Whitman knew the housekeeper was in the country illegally . . “I felt like she was throwing me away like a piece of garbage,” Diaz said.

. . Whitman continued: “As required by law, once we learned she was an illegal worker, I immediately terminated Nicky’s employment.”


4.) Result:

White hypocrisy + nasty boss = familiar insults. Latinos aren’t stupid.



ADD:

Did Polls Underestimate Democrats’ Latino Vote?
By NATE SILVER | November 3, 2010, 9:33 PM

. . “There is one overarching reason why the polls were wrong in Nevada,” Mr. Barreto wrote in an e-mail to FiveThirtyEight. “The Latino vote.”

His firm, which conducts interviews in both English and Spanish, had found that Latino voters — somewhat against the conventional wisdom — were relatively engaged by this election and for the most part were going to vote Democratic. Mr. Barreto also found that Latino voters who prefer to speak Spanish — about 40 percent of Latino voters in California meet this description, he told me — are particularly likely to vote Democratic. Pollsters who don’t conduct bilingual interviewing at all, or who make it cumbersome for the respondent to take the poll in Spanish, may be missing these voters . .

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New Tea Party billboard: Barack Obama is a terrorist, a pimp, a beaner and a fag

Ho Ho! Free speech!

The billboard, erected along the I-70 Business Loop between 28 1/2 and 29 roads sometime Monday, depicts the four “Obamas” sitting around a table with playing cards showing only sixes bunched in groups of three . .

Beneath the Obama caricatures are numerous rats, some of which are labeled as the IRS, trial lawyers, the EPA and the Fed. Sitting above all that is a line, “Vote DemocRAT. Join the game,” which is positioned between two vultures, one of which is labeled the U.N. and the other with the name Soros, a reference to George Soros, a major national Democratic financial supporter.

“I am not allowed to say who (paid for it) at this time,” [artist Paul] Snover said in an e-mail Tuesday . . An Internet search of the self-described “constitutionalist libertarian” revealed numerous blog postings in which he talks about his support for tea party and 9/12 groups.

“The Constitution has been thrown in the trash and burned by our very own government and we the people watched TV while America burned!”

You left America in the burning trash! You fools!

“The enemy is not at the gate, it is a cancer within our own borders,” Snover wrote on the Mesa County Second Amendment Task Force website. “From what I have learned of history and what I see going on in all levels of government, I can but conclude that there is no constitutional republic any more, only a sick tyrannical twisted dictatorship. “

He can but conclude that it’s a dictatorship, but he concluded it anyway. And then he drew some messican homosexual rat-Presidents. I applaud your effort to publicize yourself and your cartoons, Paul, you nasty little bigot.

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Tea Party candidate Rich Iott plays a kewl Nazi in Josef Mengele’s SS unit

I’m almost beyond capable of being shocked any more. I’m trying to imagine what a teabagger politician would have to do to surprise me, and I’m drawing a blank. Felonies, I suppose.

Rich Iott is the Republican Tea Party nominee for the congressional seat in the 9th district of Ohio. And he doesn’t like what’s going on in America, no sir. Bailouts?

There is no getting around this core fact – there is no Constitutional authority for Congress to bail out any industry.

Actually, the General Welfare Clause of the Constitution gets around your ‘core fact’ quite nimbly. At the very least, it walks right by whistling “My Country ‘Tis of Thee.” Healthcare reform?

It was an unprecedented power grab by Washington, and it will destroy what is now – without a doubt – the best health care system in the world.

The American healthcare system is probably the worst in the first world. Really, you’d have to be remarkably stupid or some sort of asshole to think it’s done a terrific job of taking care of American citizens, with so many people getting crappy care and those without insurance dying every day. Wow, teabag brain.

So, while you can see Rich is not particularly bright, he is plenty enthusiastic. Which is probably why he ended up in the Nazi SS, those guys were pretty much the same way. Rich likes to ‘re-enact’ being a member of the Third Reich’s Wiking Division. See:

That’s him third from left. I guess we’ll avoid mentioning that SS officers had a minimum height requirement (5 feet 10 inches — what color is the sky in your part of the Eastern front?).

Anyways, doesn’t that look like a lot of fun? Yes! Hooray! Please enjoy the recruitment video for his beloved Wikings:


That music does not make me want to annex the Sudetenland and imprison Jews at all. Not one bit. I am not planning a Luftwaffe fire-bombing of the British couple next door, no sir.

National Socialism was seen by many in Holland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and other eastern European and Balkan countries as the protector of personal freedom and their very way of life, despite the true underlying totalitarian (and quite twisted, in most cases) nature of the movement.

Yes, well, some of the totalitarianism got a little off track. That’s when the twisting started, and, unfortunately, just look at the bad name Nazism has had ever since. BTW, know of any other political movements that would pretend to be a ‘protector of personal freedom’? Be a shame if that ever got . . aw, heavens to heck.

Regardless, thousands upon thousands of valiant men died defending their respective countries in the name of a better tomorrow. We salute these idealists; no matter how unsavory the Nazi government was, the front-line soldiers of the Waffen-SS (in particular the foreign volunteers) gave their lives for their loved ones and a basic desire to be free.

Wtf? WOW. So a Finn who joined the Wiking Division and shot Poles or Czechs did so ‘for their loved ones and a basic desire to be free.’ What the fuck did those people ever do to Finland? I’m missing a few chapters in my favorite History books. Rich, you and your buddies are completely out of your History-hating minds. You just can’t be so complimentary of the Waffen SS, no way.

The Commie fighting — is that the reason for the stunning affection? Well, you’ll love the Kaminski Brigade of the SS, they were Russians with a virulently anti-Soviet obsession. During the Ochota Massacre in Warsaw, those brave SS volunteers stole anything that didn’t move, and murdered or raped, or often both, anything that did. Thousands died. Kaminski was executed for the crimes . . by the Nazis. Read the nightmarish details for yourself and, frankly, STFU.

And while I’m annoyed, I’ll mention I’m a little puzzled by those Wiking video re-enactments. Where was the part where you and your buddies round up a few dozen Ukrainian Jews, force them to run a gauntlet and viciously beat them, then kill them all and toss their bodies into a crater? I missed that bit.

Or the part where three of you brave volunteers, annoyed at having to drag even more of the Juden from one place to another, simply shoot them all? Didn’t see that in the clip either.

And I didn’t see your war buddy Josef Mengele in there. The gob-amputating Angel of Death was an officer in your super-kewl Wiking Division. Go on, throw him a little Heil Hitler, he outranks you (he doesn’t get up on his tippy-toes to fix his helmet). Don’t expect him to return the salute, he’s busy taking one twin’s eyeballs and attaching them to the back of the other’s head.

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And now, for ‘Ed’s Denseman’ and other defensive Teabaggers: this is why I said that Fox’s favorite Democrat, Ed Naile, is nearly illiterate

Because the guy (previously, here) writes more brutally than most high schoolers. Witness this crap. (…and witness Ed’s Denseman, who helps Ed run these ‘Democratic’ organizations.)

Let’s not waste a lot of time on this. After all, it’s not like Ed gets paid to manipulate the English language every day–he’s just a lawyer:

Awake And Smell A Smoldering Health Reform Plan

I think I have this Tea Party thing all figured out.

Liberal Democrats, you know the type, communists, socialists, communitarians, progressives, and all manner of moonbats, want socialized medicine in this country as a means to control the lives of people they consider lesser beings.

Good lord, what a mess. Parentheses anyone? How about…

Liberal Democrats–you know the type: communists, socialists, communitarians, progressives, and all manner of moonbats–want socialized medicine in this country as a means to control the lives of people they consider lesser beings.

Government run healthcare is the human equivalent of raising free range chickens – no real pens needed[,] and the end result is the same,[:] the chickens get the knife.

Here is the sales pitch for this liberal scam:

“Our health care system is broken[,] and we have to DO SOMETHING about it, ANYTHING, and we have to do it NOW!”

Ugh. Someone should do something about ‘ANYTHING’, but it’s a quote.

The ANYTHING part of this equation is pre-determined[,] and citizens who know how progressives work understand it completely. Just as Obama is questioned for saying in Portsmouth, NH[,] that AARP is on board with his plan is not true technically, they know it is a fact AARP will be on board with any Obama plan.

Wow, total nonsense. “Just as Obama is questioned for saying in Portsmouth, NH that AARP is on board with his plan is not true technically, they know it is a fact AARP will be on board with any Obama plan.”

1). Yes, Obama is being questioned for saying that AARP is on board with his plan. He is not being questioned for saying “that AARP is on board with his plan is not true technically.” As if the President said, “To say that AARP is on board with my plan is not true, technically.” Or: “It’s not technically true, my friends, that AARP is on board with my plan,” and that statement caused controversy. He never said anything like those about the technical truth of AARP’s being on board or not, so he couldn’t be questioned about it. This part of the sentence is just gibberish. This is the illiteracy I was talking about.

2.) Who the hell is ‘they’ in the sentence? It’s a mystery. Going backwards: the AARP? Progressives? You meant your ‘citizens’, didn’t you? That was a while back. Try to pay attention, as if you were one of your readers.

3.) This ‘just as’ is a fucking mess here. ‘Just as’ = ‘similar condition’? (“Just as the Norwegians feel the chill, the Swedes know Winter is coming.”) ‘Just as’ = ‘in the same time period’? (“Just as Scandinavians feel that winter is coming, New Zealanders notice warming temperatures.”) More loosely–’just as’ = ‘because’? (“Just as they feel that Winter is coming, Scandinavians harbor no illusions about an Indian summer.”)

Yours: “Just as Obama is questioned for saying [something], they know it is a fact AARP will be on board with any Obama plan.”

Yuck, Ed. Try this:

The ANYTHING part of this equation is pre-determined[,] and citizens who know how progressives work understand it completely. Though Obama was criticized for saying in Portsmouth that AARP was already on board with his plan, wise citizens know the Association will eventually be on board with any Obama plan.

Better. You’ve blogged for a long time, but you can’t put together a decent sentence, Ed? I can’t go on forever like this, I’ve got a life of my own, man…

In [directing] the Democrats['] rush to use Chicago tactics of shoving [phantom] socialist heath care down American throats with unwritten legislation and make[-]believe emergency timetables[,] Obama has alienated vast legions of people who care deeply about heath care and its cost.

Phew. I’m working like a son of a bitch here, Ed. Since when, incidentally, is socialist healthcare strong-arming…’Chicago tactics’? Very whacko. If this were a high school essay, you’d be getting a ‘C’ at best. Or a chairmanship with the Young Republicans.

The frustration felt by average Americans with mindless Democrat spending, borrowing taking over of industry, and outright lying has created an odd situation where citizens are taking to the streets in unseen numbers.

We’ve been spending Democrats mindlessly? Borrowing has been taking over industries? (Do I get a factory with my loan?) Or is that meant more generally, as in profitability: borrowing now beats industrial production? But, of all this, you’re right, this is odd: people are taking to the streets, and they’re invisible. Or they’re ‘unseen’ when they’re together, in ‘numbers’.

Here is what I think they want:

Americans want tax and spend politicians out of office and they want them out NOW. They are willing to do SOMETHING, ANYTHING to get this through to Washington elites. If it takes going to Tea Parties, protests, “town meetings” or other stacked, staged events and stand outside with a sign they are willing to do it.

The bussed in pro-Obama supporters to these town meetings like the one in New Hampshire are no match for the sleeping giant the liberal Democrats have stirred.


Like a humongous pitcher of Stoli Rip Van Winkles.

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Investor’s Business Daily: "If Stephen Hawking were subject to British healthcare, he’d be dead" and he’s, like, totally British

And you would have me invest in, what? Rubber chicken hatcheries?

How House Bill Runs Over Grandma
By INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Friday, July 31, 2009 4:20 PM PT

. . The controlling of medical costs in countries such as Britain through rationing, and the health consequences thereof are legendary. The stories of people dying on a waiting list or being denied altogether read like a horror movie script.

The U.K.’s National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) basically figures out who deserves treatment by using a cost-utility analysis based on the “quality adjusted life year.”

One year in perfect health gets you one point. Deductions are taken for blindness, for being in a wheelchair and so on. The more points you have, the more your life is considered worth saving, and the likelier you are to get care.

People such as scientist Stephen Hawking wouldn’t have a chance in the U.K., where the National Health Service would say the life of this brilliant man, because of his physical handicaps, is essentially worthless . .

The British have succeeded in putting a price tag on human life, as we are about to.


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Note to Peggy Noonan on healthcare reform: We're not backing down, there will be more of this, and we won't be the 'desperate and ugly' ones

So it goes:


Connolly said he spoke to at least one freshman Democrat who was physically assaulted at a local event. In another instance, he said, a constituent upset about government interference in Medicare had to be reminded that Medicare is a government program.

Doggett said his staff “was a little concerned” for his safety as he was encircled by protesters “with their signs and their devil pictures and everything very close around me.” He noted the “very juvenile manner” of protesters who followed him to his car after the event and tried to block his aide’s car as she backed out.



…As the building filled to capacity, angry protesters stuck outside began to scream, yell, and chant. At one point, those trying to get inside began banging on windows as Tampa Police officers quickly spread out guarding all entrances.

10 Connects photojournalist Kevin Carlson, currently inside the meeting reports at least one fist fight breaking out inside.

So how did all these protesters find out about the town hall meeting? According to the St. Petersburg Times, many of them heard about it from Fox News host Glenn Beck’s 912 project and the local Republican party:

Instead, hundreds of vocal critics turned out, many of them saying they had been spurred on through the Tampa 912 activist group promoted by conservative radio and television personality Glenn Beck. Others had received e-mails from the Hillsborough Republican party that urged people to speak out against the plan and offered talking points to challenge supporters.


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Peggy Noonan kicks back with another Nectartini and gives us the view from Mount Olympus: the helpless are saying "you are terrifying us," and the Democrats are being ugly

No wonder the Gods were always warring with each other without end, they’re dumbfucks. (And there’s the whole t-n-w Mythology Graduate Series 101 through 105b inclusive, sparing you thousands of dollars and a useless ‘Liberal Arts’ education–phooey.)

Anybody who is relatively sane and gets stuck reading Noonan knows she is an absolute mutant patrician clown. Of course she sees all the ‘lobbyist puppeteer/point and slap the yahoos/violence for the health industries’ democracy exorcisms called ‘Town Hall meetings’ on healthcare. And of course she understands what’s going on, this is exactly what the pundit gods are paid to know.

“What’s happening here is…the Democrats are turning into monsters in front of the little people who rightly feel scared about this brutal mistake: healthcare reform.

And done. Time for a Nectar Fizz.”

‘You Are Terrifying Us
Voters send a message to Washington, and get an ugly response.

We have entered uncharted territory in the fight over national health care. There’s a new tone in the debate, and it’s ugly. At the moment the Democrats are looking like something they haven’t looked like in years, and that is: desperate.

This is the Democrats looking desperate?

They must know at this point they should not have pushed a national health-care plan…

50 million uninsured, 25 million with crap coverage, 1/4 of the nation. Of course we shouldn’t try–what a ridiculous idea. Heck, the last time we tried to solve this massive problem, our opponents were…very angry. And, look what we’ve got–they’re angry again! Why are we so stupid?! And Peggy Noonan, how did you get to be so wise?!

…And so the shock on the faces of Congressmen who’ve faced the grillings back home. And really, their shock is the first thing you see in the videos. They had no idea how people were feeling. Their 2008 win left them thinking an election that had been shaped by anti-Bush, anti-Republican, and pro-change feeling was really a mandate without context; they thought that in the middle of a historic recession featuring horrific deficits, they could assume support for the invention of a huge new entitlement carrying huge new costs.

The passions of the protesters, on the other hand, are not a surprise. They hired a man to represent them in Washington. They give him a big office, a huge staff and the power to tell people what to do. They give him a car and a driver, sometimes a security detail, and a special pin showing he’s a congressman. And all they ask in return is that he see to their interests and not terrify them too much. Really, that’s all people ask. Expectations are very low. What the protesters are saying is, “You are terrifying us.”

First of all, tough shit for that weak argument, Peggy. Second of all, we already know you to be a pathetic, warm-and-fuzzy dumbass. This is more of your same act: none of these a-holes ‘hired’ the ‘man’ Kathy Castor, whose Town Hall meeting is being destroyed in that clip. None of them are there to humbly confess ‘Gee, I feel scared.’ Your writing, as always, never amounts to more than obnoxious, disingenuous shit.

From the moment Obama was inaugurated, he’s been derided in the loudest, most screeching tones as a traitor, a Nazi, a communist, a socialist, an America hater, a white-race hater, a secret muslim, and, of course, a perfect Kenyan. No, I don’t need to provide the links, merely Google it and waste the next month of your life reading the bug-eyed rage yourself. On top of that, the amount of racism that’s been aimed personally at him is far beyond anything I would have imagined (and that’s probably but half of the posts I could link to).

The odds that these thugs are the local salt-of-the-earthers bizarrely acting out of character by your reasons is essentially zero. So your ‘please good people, these are regular ol’ Americans who just came out of their houses to ask a pressing question’ argument is one of the stupidest things any New York Times writer has ever written. And with the quality of the current NYT being what it is, that’s a serious achievement, but go on, hack away:

What has been most unsettling is not the congressmen’s surprise but a hard new tone that emerged this week. The leftosphere and the liberal commentariat charged that the town hall meetings weren’t authentic, the crowds were ginned up by insurance companies, lobbyists and the Republican National Committee. But you can’t get people to leave their homes and go to a meeting with a congressman (of all people) unless they are engaged to the point of passion. And what tends to agitate people most is the idea of loss—loss of money hard earned, loss of autonomy, loss of the few things that work in a great sweeping away of those that don’t…

Wow, a kingly turd paragraph on top of crap mountain. Nothing’s as unsettling as our fighting back, the screamers are ginned-up but you can’t address that, people only engage in nasty behavior for great reasons, and they’re all losing money except they’re saving money through competition, they’re losing autonomy except they’re gaining control over their healthcare security, and they’re losing things that work like the absence of healthcare. Peggy Noonan is almost too stupid to eat tacos.

But most damagingly to political civility, and even our political tradition, was the new White House email address to which citizens are asked to report instances of “disinformation” in the health-care debate: If you receive an email or see something on the Web about health-care reform that seems “fishy,” you can send it to flag@whitehouse.gov. The White House said it was merely trying to fight “intentionally misleading” information…

All of this is unnecessarily and unhelpfully divisive and provocative. They are mocking and menacing concerned citizens. This only makes a hot situation hotter. Is this what the president wants?

He wants healthcare, Peggy. Pretend to fret all you like in the pages of the Times, but he and we are not backing off. Healthcare is long overdue and we’re willing to go the long haul to get it, so, yes, we will be fighting back, and it will get uglier. An ounce of prevention, dear: water wings should prevent your demise by lachrymal means.

…frankly they ought to think about backing off. The president should call in his troops and his Congress and announce a rethinking. There are too many different bills, they’re all a thousand pages long, no one has time to read them, no one knows what’s going to be in the final one, the public is agitated, the nation’s in crisis, the timing is wrong, we’ll turn to it again—but not now. We’ll take a little longer, ponder every aspect, and make clear every complication.

You know what would happen if he did this? His numbers would go up. Even Congress’s would. Because they’d look responsive, deliberative and even wise. Discretion is the better part of valor.


Well, there’s a ‘magic dolphin’ solution, if ever I’ve heard one. The truth is that we are the only hard working mammals that can ever make this happen, and it’s an absolutely critical solution that’s already way, way past its prime.

Isn’t that obvious? Peggy Noonan, pathetic and stupid beyond words.

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In 'brilliant' political move, batshit crazy birther Michelle Bachmann realizes Hawaii itself hasn't produced a birth certificate, halts resolution

Okay, who’s got Yellowstone’s Certificate of Live Birth? Who’s got a copy of the Gulf Stream Waters’ Miami Herald birth announcement? The Grand Canyon’s bronzed baby shoes? These lunatics are going to throw everything they can get their hands on out the bathroom window, if only that gets them closer to their impossible dream: ending the black Hawaiian’s Presidency. By the time they’re done, it’ll be a nation chock full of lonely illegal immigrants.

Bachmann blocks resolution declaring Hawaii to be Obama’s birthplace.

Today, Rep. Neil Abercrombie (D-HI) introduced a resolution commemorating the 50th anniversary of Hawaii’s statehood. The resolution also proclaims the state as President Obama’s birthplace, a point the Plum Line’s Greg Sargent noted may “put House GOPers who are flirting with birtherism in a jam.” This afternoon on the House floor, Abercrombie spoke of his measure and specifically noted that Obama had been born in Hawaii. “It’s also going to be the birthday in a week or so of President Obama, born in Kapiolani hospital just down the road from where I lived,” he said. Just as the presiding chair of the House, Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD), was about to declare the resolution passed by voice vote, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) stood and objected:

BACHMANN: Mr. Speaker? I object to the vote on the grounds that a quorum is not present and make a point of order that a quorum is not present. [...]

REP. ELIJAH CUMMINGS (D-MD): Further procedings on this motion will be postponed.


I thought I’d done a fair job of avoiding these laughable morons, but they’ve done a better job of hilarious moronizatin’. Try this video of FireDogLake’s Mike Stark bouncing around Capitol Hill asking Republican politicians if the President is an American. To which one after another spinelessly refuses to admit that Obama is, in fact, a citizen of the United States:

They are so terrified of the rank-and-file looneys that form their own base that they’re not allowed to admit the truth about their own President being born in Hawaii. If that isn’t Republicanism in all its stark-raving glory, I don’t know what is.

Oh, wait–hell yes, I do. It’s this:

If you admit he’s an American, they’ll force you to stand there frozen with your hand over your heart while they recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

Republicanism: the obvious truth, or the Pledge? The Pledge, fuck yeah.

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‘Astute’ Conservative blogger Reliapundit has plans: "THE "COOL" LEFT-WING – why it got that way (and what must be done about it!)"

I hope I haven’t de-railed the revolution by posting this. He seems awfully optimistic.


THE “COOL” LEFT-WING – why it got that way (and what must be done about it!)

Because their aim is to take over society, for decades, the Left has cultivated “coolness”. The Left has used every mass media tool and trick in the book to make youths associate left-wing policies with “coolness”.

And my tricks would be, what? I’m strangely unaware of them.

It’s cool to be subversive, anti-establishment, pacifist, “green”, anti-American, anti-Puritanical…

BOO! I am so cool. BOO!

…anti-Founding Fathers, anti-nuclear – anti-”nuclear FAMILY”, anti-religion, anti-”big business”, anti-talk radio, anti-hunting, anti-NASCAR – and so on.

The Left’s desire to be associated with young, attractive and popular ACTORS and MUSICIANS — (not the sharpest folks or most educated folks in the world, GENERALLY!) — is a clever marketing TRICK.

Yeah, conservative bloggers are so much smarter.

And the Left uses the converse, too – caricaturing people on the right as dumb oafs: SNL’s depiction of Palin, the entertainment industry’s and MSM’s depiction of Dubya, and Reagan before that.

The point being to reinforce the idea that leftness is smartness/chicness/COOLNESS and rightness is dumbness/oafishness.

The truth is the left-wing ideas have NOT helped humanity ANYWHERE as well as right-wing ideas have: China had 40 years of Mao-ness and it was an awful impoverished era; it only took 2 decades of A LITTLE rightness (a little free market capitalism) for China to go from starving poverty to fat affluence; 300 MILLION people were lifted pout of poverty by “right-wing” policies. Comparing North and South Korea leads to the same conclusion. Ditto East/commie Europe (from 1945-1989) and Western Europe.

Totalitarianism, government thuggishness, sanctioned violence, law-and-order obsessions, the sanctity of power–yup, you know how we are. Those Socialist hotbeds of Western Europe–France, Britain–those are definitely you guys, the Conservatives.

…I think the way out of this is manifold:

FIRST: the right needs to expose the hypocrisy of the champions of left-wing policies: Gore has a huge home and flies by jet EVERYWHERE; Tom Friedman has a SASQUATCHIAN home and flies everywhere; ditto Kennedy and Kerry-Heinz, and Soros.

No one has ever said that global warming dictates that you can’t be rich, or live in a giant home, or fly on jets. This is a popular straw-man argument from the right, and they’re the only ones who have ever bothered to advance it. You take responsibility for the carbon dioxide you create–that’s all anybody ever asked. Reduce, offset, you know the story. Why they won’t come close to arguing against the actual point tells you that they can’t.

We need to get personal on this front – perhaps assign people to chase these folks all the time while wearing ridiculous outfit which reinforces their hypocrisy – maybe a PIG outfit.

SECOND; we need to recruit famous media celebrities — A VERY DIVERSE BUNCH! — to speak out – like Bruce Willis, Jon Voight, Ted Nugent, Kelsey Grammer – and Vaclav Havel and Ayaan Ali Hirsi, and Jackie Mason and Hank Williams JR, and make a terse/funny 1 minute commercial that can be aired ubiquitously, all the time EVERYWHERE. Maybe even toss in a clip of Reagan and Thatcher and Churchill (and maybe even John Wayne and Jimmy Stewart and Clark Gable being swash-buckling!).

Yes, you should definitely put this guy out in front of your movement NOW. This is going to get all sorts of Americans to fall in love with you and your beliefs:

He’s nothing like a dirty Jack O’ Lantern who survived a catastrophic stroke.

THIRD, we need to boycott things which promote left-wing policies or left-wing celebrities and we need to support products and celebrities which promote right-wing policies. We need to make the bottom-lines of lefties suffer and the bottom-line of righties prosper. This shouldn’t be that hard to do; we outnumber them -and box office already proves that their left-wing crap doesn’t really sell that well: “anti-war” movies proliferated during the Iraq War, but they all BOMBED! We also need to buy a share in the media companies which produced this left-wing crap and then complain to the Board of Directors!

I think if all these things were done that then the atmosphere would gradually change and even more “cool celebrities” would find the courage to speak out and let people know that they’re right-wing…

We need to wise up these people sooner, and IMHO, giving them media icons they can admire will do the trick.

- Posted by Reliapundit @ 9:52 AM


Thanks, man. It’s been a slow news week, we needed the laughs.

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Didn’t I just post on the rising tide of this racist bullshit, like, four days ago? Anti-reform AMA Delegate e-mails Obama ‘witchdoctor’ image.

Yeah, I just checked, it was a little more than four days:
Does Obama’s presidency make the racists more brazen, more comfortable spewing their filth?

…to which the conveniently named ‘Mr. Roach‘ immediately responded:

‘Pretty self-righteous considering all the hateful stuff spewed at Bush–i.e., Bush-Hitler, Bush the Chimp etc.–not to mention the nastiness at Sara Palin. There’s angry people out there in both parties, and Obama is offending basic American constitutional values every day. He and his supporters should stop being so thin skinned or quit, better yet, just quit.’

Mr. Roach – July 19, 2009 at 7:38 pm


Well, straight from the horse’s ass–it’s not gonna stop because Republicans are ‘angry’. So here we are again, with the latest piece of shit:

Read about it over at good ol’ TPM Muckraker, they have the goods on the guy. He’s only a neurosurgeon, ferchrissakes…

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Does Obama’s presidency make the racists more brazen, more comfortable spewing their filth?

It sure looks like it. I can’t remember a time when there were so many stories of unapologetic racists in the political world. Used to be that acting this way was a bad thing, was scorned.


Zell Miller: Rahm should use ‘Gorilla Glue’ to keep Obama in his chair.

In 2004, then-Democratic Sen. Zell Miller (GA) threw his support behind President Bush with an angry speech attacking Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) at the Republican National Convention. Apparently, the passage of time hasn’t softened Miller’s anger. Yesterday, he continued his assault on the left while speaking to more than 1,000 mostly-Republican lawmakers from around the country. Miller punctuated his speech with a not-too-subtle racial barb at President Obama, saying he needs to stop meeting with foreign heads of state and that Rahm Emanuel ought to get some “Gorilla Glue” to keep Obama tied to his chair in the Oval Office:

He drew more applause from the mostly Republican legislators who packed a downtown Atlanta hotel ballroom when he said Obama needed to spend more time in Washington and less time traveling abroad.

“Our globe-trotting president needs to stop and take a break and quit gallivanting around,” Miller said, adding that White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel needs to put “Gorilla Glue” on his chair to keep him in the Oval Office.





Questions raised about councilman’s conduct after discovery of racist e-mails

ATWATER — In the past several months Atwater City Councilman Gary Frago has sent at least a half-dozen e-mails to city staff and other prominent community members containing racist jokes aimed at President Barack Obama, his wife and black people in general.

In all, the Sun-Star obtained seven e-mails that Frago sent from October 2008 to February 2009 from an anonymous source.

Some compared Obama to O.J. Simpson while others suggested that “nigger rigs” should now be called “presidential solutions.”

Perhaps the most overboard e-mail was sent on Jan. 15. It read: “Breaking News Playboy just offered Sarah Palin $1 million to pose nude in the January issue. Michelle Obama got the same offer from National Geographic.”

Frago admitted sending the e-mails, but showed no regret. “If they’re from me, then I sent them,” he said. “I have no disrespect for the president or anybody, they weren’t meant in any bad way or harm.”

The list of people who either sent or received the e-mails reads like a who’s who of Atwater community and political leadership, including a county supervisor, a former police chief, a city manager, a former city council member, a former president of a veterans group, a former grand knight of the Knights of Columbus, among others…

Most of the recipients said they do not recall receiving the e-mails and several of the senders either do not remember sending them or claim they were not meant to be harmful.

Still, a few of the senders and a recipient said they saw no harm in any of the jokes sent.

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