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Food-Coupon Obama

You have to give Newt Gingrich credit for further exposing the paper thin skin of Barack Obama, when he called Obama the “Food Stamp President.” The truth hurts like a paper cut.

Gingrich’s comment brought racist Sheila Jackson Lee from her cage squawking that Gingrich’s comment is “code” for some hidden racism on the Right, versus the overt racism of the Left.  The Gingrich comment did exactly what it was meant to do:  Force Obama to confront his real boogeyman:  His own record.

It’s fascinating to see Obama actually having to run on a record, with full frontal exposure. And the fact that the person to expose Obama is a cantankerous, rich, white Republican insider is just Republican red icing on the proverbial cake.

In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Obama explained why he should not be called the Food Stamp President in three points.

Point #1 – “First of all, I don’t put people on food stamps,” Obama said. “People become eligible for food stamps.

Spoken like a disbarred lawyer, aka shyster. Understand this: It is PEOPLE’S fault for becoming eligible for food stamps. How dare you attempt to blame Obama for 14.2M more people becoming eligible for food stamps?

And whose fault is it for making these formerly productive taxpaying citizens eligible? If you said, “Bush!” then you are likely not a brain-dead Plutopian who would drink Obama dirty bath water.

Point #2 – Second of all, the initial expansion of food-stamp eligibility happened under my Republican predecessor, not under me.

Obama didn’t invent the expansion of the food stamp program. Not to mention, if the program didn’t exist, there would be no need for people to “become eligible for food stamps.”

And did you catch this? Obama is saying that Bush allowed people to become eligible first, and Bush CAN be blamed for the expansion of food stamps under his administration. Priceless spin!

Point #3 – No. 3, when you have a disastrous economic crash that results in 8 million people losing their jobs, more people are going to need more support from government.”

It’s not Obama’s fault, but Big Government is ready to step in and help those poor folks who can’t find jobs and are thus forced to “become eligible” for food stamps.

As reported in Hot Air,

“The number of jobs has declined almost 2 million during Obama’s term even without accounting for the 3 million-plus working-age adults who joined the population while Obama has been President, while the number of people not in the labor force has risen by six million.  To give some perspective to that number, it took this measure six years to add six million people (Feb 2003 to Jan 2009), while it took Obama less than three years to achieve it.  It’s also worth noting that this growth in disconnected potential workers and the associated drop in the civilian-participation rate is almost entirely responsible for the published jobless rate being as low as it is, and the exodus of 315,000 workers from the workforce last month is certainly responsible for the drop…”

To quote the Food Stamp President in his last State of the Union speech: Those are the facts.

I won’t give Obama all the blame for making America a nation of victims, because he has had plenty of help creating this new Plutopian society. The Progressive Liberal Utopians have been angling for the new Amerika for some time, and all they needed was a useful idiot to make it so. Obama was all too willing to sign up. And why not?  He had done a miraculous job eradicating crime and urban blight in the black neighborhoods of Chicago, right?

The problem is that Obama believes his hype. And the reason is when you have sold snake oil your entire life, you begin to believe your resume. Obama has accomplished nothing meaningful for mankind, though the Left is quick to point to his ability to win campaigns. Big deal. You can’t find anything significant that Obama has done that would allow any sane person to circle the wagon on his behalf. Obama’s “accomplishments” are all symbolic, doing little if anything to actually benefit the public.

And what a warped sense of achievement!? If you were to take what Obama has spent during his tenure ($6,200,000,000,000) and divide it equally amongst the new food stamp recipients, each would receive $436,000…and change! Obama literally could have bought all the failed banks over the past three years, and given each new food stamp recipient over $200K.

To top it off, we are running at $2T in interest annually to service the debt, of which Obama is responsible for $1T. Putting that into real numbers, if we took Obama’s part of the interest on our debt and paid it to the 14M new food stamp recipients, they would each receive $70K plus annually.

Government is an endless money pit, fleecing the taxpayers. And they wonder why the Tea Party movement exists and is here to stay. We are silly enough to believe the American Dream is not to make people more eligible to support the Food Stamp President.

That’s my rant!

 
 
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  • ant

    Kevin, your article is perfectly timed. Here Obama is offering $75,000 grants to groups that sign up more people for Food Stamps, the regime is particularly interested in signing up more Hispanics (nah..the left never focuses on race, right Middle?). I expect an apology to Gingrich in 3….2…..1…..
    http://biggovernment.com/whall/2012/01/29/obama-a

  • Downsouth

    FOX News, "Even with unemployment hovering around 9%, companies are grousing that they can't find skilled workers, and filling a job can take months of hunting". Where is the "conservative principle" of personal responsiblity and pulling yourself up by the boot strap? I was a welder, continued my education and now I'm an educational administrator. If I loose this job, I can teach school, go back to welding (there are over 700,000 un-filled welding jobs around the country), lay tile, or get re-trained to do something else. This rant shows that "conservative principles" are only useful if there is an expectation of political gain. If Obama was a republican president, this rant would be all about personal resposibility and how people need to get up off thier lazy butts and get a job.

    • Middle Thinker

      Downsouth, it all makes me wonder what happens to all of the talk about ending foodstamps when the republicans are in power with a congressional majority…..oh wait, I get it…..it's the liberal's fault.

      • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

        It all makes you doofuses wonder. 14M more people on food stamps than ever before and you “wonder.” Buffoon.

        • Middle Thinker

          Such language and "intelligence" from the "informed" and "enlightened" black conservative. I heard you got your hat handed to on the Warren Ballentine show. I wish I could have heard that.

          Yeah, and if Republicans ever get a chance-which they won't in this election-to sit in the Oval office, we will all their doles even higher with them in office. After all Republicans have been in office for more years than republicans in the last four decades and run higher deficits.

    • Yngblkcons

      The impact Presidents have upon the economy isn't as great as they like to pretend during booms but its greater than Presidents like to pretend during busts. If the economy were growing at 7% you can bet Obama would be taking credit for it.

      That being said, I agree that the gap between individual skills and the demands of employers is something individuals should seek to address (more Americans need to focus on science and math because while those subjects are hard, jobs related to those fields are in demand) and I commend you for doing so.

    • docjohndenver

      DS, didn't really follow your point, but I think it is cool that you have made a good life for yourself by working hard. Conservative principles directly result in "personal gain". You just laid that out yourself in describing your life. You are a liberal who has lived the principles that conservatives espouse. And "if Obama was a republican" he would have already been crucified beyond resurrection by the media for the economy and for selling guns to Mexican drug cartels. His career would be OVER and you know it. Obama's record is pathetic in every area other than killing two terrorists, and one of them is going to be a horrible mistake when everything in Egypt and Libya falls out. That leaves Obama with a grand total of ONE good result. His record is desultory and everyone reading this knows it. Remember when he made the smart-alec joke about Sarah Palin and lipstick on a pig, well here you have it. His record is the pig and all the lipstick in the world doesn't change what it really is.

      • DannyD

        i don't know it.

      • Downsouth

        Doc, I just read that FOX news has just made 10 striaght years as #1. So when will your side stop blaiming everything on tha "MEDIA? They are still out thier saying the media is picking the republican nomenee for president. "We need a real conservative to beat Obama", but the media voted to send them all home.

        • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

          Don’t be jealous of Fox. We are “blaiming” anything on the media, as the Left media has no power.

          • Middle Thinker

            I guess you forgot that you wrote in a previous piece of crap that the "powerless" media caused the demise of the Cain campaign.

        • docjohndenver

          DS, the media have had very little to do with the absolute disaster of this presidency. I wish for your sake they did. Then you would have someone to blame. Other than Fox, which is number one CABLE news and only represents a small amount of the total media on TV, the media have loved him through every idiotic decision. But I don't really care. At this point, his presidency is beyond retrieval. It is sad. He thought that he could be the ONE to make statism work and it never does. I don't have any personal antipathy toward him. He has just been a horrible leader with old, worn out European statist ideals that don't work. He may win again if there are enough people on the dole, but it won't change what history will say about him.

    • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

      I hope you don’t “loose” your job, downsouth.

      • DannyD

        Little Kevvy doesn't like your spelling mistakes, DS. Maybe if you throw in some references to feces and butts and throw in a few of those cute little LOLs and jailhouse references that he likes so much he will forgive you. Just don't accept gifts of cigarettes from him…

  • American Made

    Another thing that pisses me off about all this food stamp and welfare crap is this… come tax time, those who pull 40+ hour work weeks, those who PAY TAXES might get something back, more so many will end up PAYING but for those who sit on thier butts, complaining about having nothing, poppin out kids so that they can get more, those who DON'T pay taxes will get thousands back… no wonder this is so popluar. Two other things about this unemployment #s thing… the % that the media is spittin out to the public isn't true %s… they don't include those who aren't eligible for these "programs" ie home businesses, people who have thier own small business (construction, plumbing ect) and for most people who have been on the unemployment list are now having to get off it because time is up for them… so of course, the numbers would go down… great timing Obama…

  • marie rodgers

    off topic, am wondering who will be the Rep. nominee ..romney or newt..i was a romney fan, but have changed my mind, i doubt he can stand up to bama on the debates..newt can stand up to ANYONE..he's smart, quick on responses, knows the facts.. i do believe he loves this country, unlike bama who wants to destroy it.

    • Downsouth

      I'm with you marie, GO Newt!!!!!!!!

    • docjohndenver

      marie, agree with everything you just said. Just a thought, though: there will only be a few debates. Independents tend to shy away from Newt, especially those who were around during the 80s. He has a LOT of negatives that may be hard to overcome. I think Romney's improvement in the Florida debate showed a lot of promise for his abilities against Obama. But I hear what you are saying. I am leaning Romney, though.

    • Irene Chelminski

      I'm with you Marie, I vacillated between Romney and Newt, but when the negative campaigning started with Romney, and the ads gave false info on Newt that made up my mind. Newt can stand up to anyone as you have said, and he says it well!

  • Jay

    " And whose fault is it for making these formerly productive taxpaying citizens eligible? If you said, “Bush!” then you are likely not a brain-dead Plutopian who would drink Obama dirty bath water." I had to read that two or three times. I assume, Kevin, you meant to say "more likely than not." Otherwise it doesn't make sense in the context. 'Twould be simpler just to have left out the 'not.'

  • http://www.worldwide-evolution.com TRex

    It takes an honest and bold leader to go against rabid mainstream rhetoric and speak truth. Lets just remember the words of Martin Luther King for all to be judged by the content of their character and not the color of skin. Content of character is the central issue and that which is being judged..to claim otherwise is in itself racist. Keep of the good work Kevin !!…did I mention that I am White.. :)

  • DannyD

    And what would you know about the truth, Kevin? The truth to a conservative is about as distant as Newt's moon base fantasies (distanced further by the fact that there are no Tiffany's on the moon).

    • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

      I don’t answer LibTURD questions, DannyDoubleD.

      • DannyD

        Thank you, Kevin. I'll take that for an answer. The "truth" is that you rely, exclusively, on ginned up, Karl Rove/Frank Luntz half-truths. You run around the country jacking Joe the Plumber off and whoring for this country's fascist corporate right-wing. Maybe you could write a post for Stormfront for a little extra dough so you could let go of Joe's wang. Here's the truth: we will mercilessly kick your teabaggin' asses in November.

        • ant

          You left out 'extremism'. Get your cliched talking points right or you'll get kicked out of your Occutard tent.

        • docjohndenver

          DannyD, "jacking Joe the Plumber off and whoring…"? I guess when you have nothing of substance to say it is cool in liberal circles to just make vile, adolescent sexual innuendo comments? Man, I have more appreciation for Middle and DS every time an idiot like you shows up here. Why not just make decent helpful comments? It is no wonder hard-working conservative people just cannot stand the sight or sound of your ilk.

          • DannyD

            I am not surprised at your reaction, dic. Perhaps you recognize that you are hanging around this blog massaging Kevin's wang in perpetuity. Blow it out your ass, hard-working conservative.

          • ant

            Gotta tell ya. You're really making your side look good. Gee, I wonder why so many intelligent people walk away from the libtard Party?

          • Guest woman

            Aha! I think I figured out the deleted posts…. some words… referring to the male genatalia are not allowed. Of course, the lesser civilized words are allowed… i.e. sacks etc.

  • Lloyd

    Teach a man to fish and you feed him for life. Give a man a fish and you buy his vote.
    Good rant Kevin.

  • DannyD

    Too bad you weren't born early enough to help the old apartheid government of South Africa, Kev. The Afrikaners could've used a good boy like you.

  • Petunia

    Can you please figure up Bush's share of the debt? Apparently it has slipped your mind that he took this country to war in two nations and spent a gawd awful amount of money doing so. I will stand by for your expert analysis of Bush's debt responsibilities. Thank you.

    • ant

      Petunia, here you go;
      Bush enters office 2000. debt = $5.7 trillion (2001, FYI, war was started by 'the religion of peace' murdering 3,000 people in NY..not begun by Bush, as you claim)
      Pelosi becomes Speaker in Jan. debt = $8.6 trillion (an increase ofaround 3 trillion in the course of 7 years with 'two wars' we started)
      A democrat-controlled Congress. 2008 = $9.1 trillion
      Welcome the messiah. 2010 = $12.2 trillion
      Today = $ 15.3 trillion. That's an increase of $6.7 trillion dollars, post-Pelosi/Obama
      Got that?, Bush = $2.9 trillion over 7 years. Post Bush = $6.7 trillion over 5 years.

      • DannyD

        OOPS! You forgot Bush's immediate tax cut for the top 2% as soon as he took office (inauguration was Jan. 2001, freakin' brainiac!). Those tax cuts drove the country deep into debt (which had nothing, zero, zip to do with Pelosi). Remember Clinton's surpluses? Bush's poll numbers immediately plummeted. What finally buoyed him was the 9/11 attack. He then used his new found popularity from a loyal nation to basically go on and ruin the freakin' world, shit-for-brains.

        • ant

          Such hostility. I guess that's to be expected when you offend someone's religion. Gee, let's look at that again Bush, $2.9 trillion over the course of 7 years. Obama, $4.2 trillion over the course of 3 years. Yeah that sounds like a 'Bush's fault". Get Obama's dick out of your ass and grow a friggin' brain.

    • ant

      Or look at it this way, in 5 years Obama, with the help of Pelosi, has left us holding more debt in 5 years than have accumulated from G. Washington to Bill Clinton. They have ADDED more debt than we had total in the beginning of the year 2000. They have ADDED more debt in 5 years than we had totalled over the course of 224 years. They spend between $7 to $10 billion dollars a day. If we took all of Romney's much talked about $22 million a year it would cover government spending (including the debt) for 3 minutes. If we took 100% of the income of the top two American corporations, Exxon Mobile and Wal-mart, it would be gone it 4 days! So please, liberals, keep telling me we just need to raise taxes. Please, keep telling me you have to cut police and firefighters, while we send millions to fully support Palestinian television programming.

      • ant

        Let me re-phrase that first sentence, Obama and Pelosi have INCREASED the debt by the same amount we had accumulated from Washington to Clinton. Let me also remind the liberal trolls that Bush's additions to the debt, having been significant (but paling in comparison to Obama) were largely responsible for the Republicans losing the Congress to the Dems in 2006. You see, conservatives voted AGAINST the Republicans for their rogue behavior, they were punished for that spending at that time. You liberals could learn something from that and start voting based on record and responsible 'public service' rather than blind ideology and hate.

    • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

      Bush is not president, Obama is. YOU figure out what part of the debt Bush had. Then go back and figure what part all the other presidents before Bush had.

      • DannyD

        The "truth' is you will never admit that what really happened in our extremely recent past is that we had a half-wit dynastic son foisted on us by a stacked Supreme Court. That half-wit plunged us into debt and slaughtered many human beings in the process. Obama just happened to be the poor sap that stepped into the Bush crime dynasty's horrendous dung heap. The world is still staggering under the weight of Bush/Cheney/corporate America crimes. It's got not one iota to do with Obama.

        • BruceinMN

          Go back and hit the bong a couple more times, DannyDipstick! You are a typical libturd trying to spin lies for your dear leader. As such, you conveniently leave out the facts that a. your libturd heroes had congressional control of both houses and spent like drunken sailors over the last two years of the Bush administration, b. Bush questioned the crap going on at Fannie and Freddie as early as 2005 and both Bowney Fwank and Chris Dudd, both libturds, screamed bloody murder that there was nothing wrong. With cover from the usual gang of idiots on the DemocRAT side of the aisle, they played duck and cover and c. the myth of the Clinton surplus is a typical chanting left wing nut chanting point, but there never was one. If you do some research on your own, rather than being believing everything that the left wing Obumbler propaganda machine spews out, you can find the info from independent sources. And finally, be careful when you accuse people of criminal acts, the DemocRATs are just as culpable in that regard or have you forgotten the 50,000 plus lives the the JFK, LBJ and the rest of the corrupt DemocRAT cabal of that time expended uselessly in Vietnam?

          • DannyD

            You are almost correct about the murderous actions of Dem presidents. The thing is, the Dems learned from the mistakes. Blood thirsty righties never did. Actually, dumbass, that is my era. i was 1-A when the war ended. Nixon could have gotten out of there with half that count but he decided to bomb Hanoi and keep the thing going (more memory lapse/lack of knowledge from a foaming at the mouth righty). That's how we eventually reached the nearly 60,000 American deaths.

          • docjohndenver

            If you are from that generation it explains why you sound like Abby Hoffman with a diaper rash. Please grow up, sir (and I use that moniker in its most ironic sense).

          • docjohndenver

            Attention all liberals: You are all for separation of church and state and now your very own president is telling us that Jesus' teachings would have been in favor of a more government-centric approach to government. IMAGINE if George Bush had said that Jesus' teachings were for lower taxes and less government?! The whole world would have come down on him! Please, for once, be consistent and take Obama to task for this misuse of Jesus' words and this strange bent toward Black Liberation Theology theocracy.

          • ant

            Yes, Doc, bringing up poitics at a 'prayer breakfast'. What a uniter/sarc.

            But I guess I missed the part in Christian teaching about Jesus being born into this Earth to be a government/revenue adviser. 'For God so loved the government that He sent His only begotten Son…" Yeah, I musta missed that.

        • ant

          < Obama just happened to be the poor sap that stepped into…>
          How pathetic. He ran for office, fool, nobody made him. You're as big a whiner and blamer as Obama is. You both need to grow up.

  • ant

    I should note that these debt figures are straight up dollar amounts and although most experts woulod say percentage of GDP should be weighed in. It hardly matters here, because a) I'm not concerning myself about the percentages b) We're not going far back enough for it to matter anyway and c) we already know the debt has risen above 100% of GDP..and these numbers are depressing enough without throwing that point out there.
    This info is from the Treasury and I used Jan of each year respecting who was holding the purse strings from the previous 3 months since the fiscal year begins in October for Congress rather than Jan., which it was when Congress began fiscal year budgeting in 1789. Again… a moot point anyway, since these figures I have to assume are known spending at this point…because, in their arrogance and deceit, the Congress and the President have deemed themselves exempt from the duty of having to write budget outlays over the last 1,000 days. Ah..it's good to be the king.

  • DannyD

    A few very important dates for you unhinged righties to keep in mind, because they signify the beginning of horrible world events that have delivered us to where we are now (and they ain't got sheeite to do with Obama):

    December 12, 2000: The Supreme Court rules on Bush v. Gore, halting final vote counting in Florida.

    August 6, 2001: Presidential Daily Brief received by George W. Bush is titled "Bin Laden Determined to Strike in US."

    September 11, 2001: Al-Qaeda launches major terrorist attack against United States, hijacking four airplanes and using them as missiles to destroy the World Trade Center and severly damage the Pentagon. In all, 2992 people are presumed dead.

    August 2, 2002: President George W. Bush signs the American Servicemember's Protection Act of 2002 (ASPA) which restricts U.S. cooperation with the International Criminal Court. Result: the international humanitarian law of war does not apply to those serving in U.S. military uniform or, more importantly for the neo-cons, to the civilians who give them orders to commit war crimes: Bush, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz etc.

    August 26, 2002: V.P. Dick Cheney tells convention of the Veterans of Forteign Wars that, "There is no doubt that Saddam Hussein now has weapons of mass destruction."

    • ant

      You know what's funny about libtards like you? If Bush had actually known what was going to happen on 9/11 and began rounding up illegals and Muslims in the States or stepped up the enforcement of security measures in airports etc You jackasses would have been screaming, 'racial profiling, islamophobia, tyranny !!!", and you know it. It was Clinton who passed up an opportunity to kill him and treated the first attempt at mass-murder as a criminal case, it was the New York Slimes that warned a muzzie money-laundering operation that the FBI was watching them, it was libtards that lost their mind that Bush was tracking inter-National money transactions to and from 'terrorist states' and so on. But Obama's spying on the internet and twitter, irradiating air travelers, and suggesting our soldiers are the biggest security threat while taking advice on anti-terror measures from CAIR…and that's all cool with you people. Partisan bitches.

      • DannyD

        Such a ill-informed moron. Tell us some more topsy-turvy, up is down and down is up, Rethug fairytales.

        • ant

          Ok, I got one for ya…'Obama is a genius and a brillianbt orator'..like this;

          "I want an economy were people are making stuff and selling stuff and moving stuff around.." Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah! Wow, he sounds like Abraham Lincoln or Thomas Jefferson there. Hahahahahahahah.

  • Guest woman

    in Memphis, TN……. black dj goes on a rant against a black republican candidate. Sad.

    • ant

      I saw that…that was despicable.

  • Guest woman

    Oh ! And now… sugar is to be an "illicit drug" ? ****sigh You know, I'm kinda getting scared.

  • Downsouth

    More bad news for the haters, 6 straight months of adding jobs in the private sector and, the DOW is rushing toward 13,000. What a great president to save the worst economy in our life time and bring it back in less than 3 years.

    • ant

      Yep, thank God we have a Republican/TeaParty House to 'obstruct' Obama's mad descent into destruction. Just think, some of those 'claimed' jobs only cost us a couple million to create.

    • ant

      Like everything else from Obama, this is a lie. Hey, how about that 'prayer breakfast', huh? 'Jesus would want the government to tax the shit out of everybody, Jesus also loved himself some government-funded baby killin'. What an a-hole. But anyway here's some real numbers. Unemployment if counted truthfully (good luck getting truth from Dimotards) would be 17.6%. Over 12 million on Unemployment now, 4.7 million no longer looking or hired for Christmas and let go, most of whom are NOT collecting, and 10.5 million who are under-employed, meaning they can't get full-time work or a job that matches their skills. That's 28 million out. of work, but Obama wants to bring in more aliens.. but hey, I guess we could get a job washing dishes at Disneyworld when Obama's genius plan kicks in.

      Here's another good one. All those returning soldiers that Obama wants to get jobs. That'll cost us 6Billion, only maybe help 3% of veterans, and cost $50,000 per job. He's Awesome!

      • Downsouth

        Yes ant, just like everything else, I heard it 20 times from Hannity's broken record than again from you. Try to collect all the numbers you can, you can't change the fact that when the President took office we were losing 800,000 jobs per month and now we are adding a quarter million per month. Keep hating. You only have 5 more years to choke yourself with HATE.

        • ant

          uh…..bull.

        • ant

          Are you dating Pelosi? Because that was another one of her thousands of demented statements, and that was after the messiah's inauguration. "We're losing a million jobs a month'..she said. No, not possible..we would be in much dire straits than we are if that was the truth. But it's to be expected, libtards cannot fathom the difference between a thousand, a million, or a trillion. Diane Sawyer thinks Occutard has risen in 'thousands' of countries..too bad there are only about 190. Journalists think a 10% occupational tax rising to 15% is only a 5% increase when actually it's a 50% increase. You libtards aren't too good with the ole numbers. That's what happens when progressives focus on 'Hate Whitey 101' and 'The Pleasures of anal-fisting" in schools instead of useful knowledge. And that goes back to your post on the lack of skilled tradesman. Teach a trade, and you'll have the workers..but 'progressives' don't want skilled citizens. It's all part of the plan, my friend.

      • DannyD

        Hey, i know how we can save that 50K! Send them all out to a foreign hell-hole without proper equipment and allow them to be slaughtered!

        (full disclosure—I stole this idea from the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld/Wolfowitz playbook)

        • ant

          That would require bringing people like Murtha, Daschel, Fwank, and Kennedy back…you know? The Congress holding the purse strings, The guys who called our troops 'rapists..terrorists..and such'? You know, those millionaire "public servants" that think those red-neck Marines can make due without body armor and bullets.

    • ant

      Did you hear how bad Obama's Jobs plan is?
      Al Qaeda is trying to take credit for it.

    • DannyD

      Hear! Hear! His best is yet to come, DS. Watch the pandemonium as he punks these slimeballs all year long! The spotlight is on the obstructionist Rethugs now. BO will hold the glass and burn them like ants (oh, hope that wasn't too insensitive, ant-brain…)

      • Lloyd

        D, a few days ago you stated that "It's got not one iota to do with Obama." He either owns it all,or he has got not one iota to do with it.

        • DannyD

          I believe, Lloyd I was referring to the gawd awful mess that W and the neo-cons wrought. And in your alternate universe, a guy like Obama who steps in and tries, through a shit storm of obstruction by the right, to triage the gaping wounds in this country, is somehow the destructive equivalent of a silver spoon fed, idiot son of a New England dynasty, who set about destroying everything he touched. And similarly, the war crimes and mass murder committed by same silver spoon fed idiot son, in your topsy-turvy righty zombie world, is no more heinous than the stained blue dress from the Clinton era.
          I was watching the Woody Allen movie "Midnight in Paris" tonight and I'll be damned if Woody didn't hit it square on the head when one of his characters in the movie described the Tea Party/Rethuglican makeover as a bunch of "…crypto-fascist, air-head zombies…"

          • Lloyd

            Unfortunately Danny boy the subject that is reference is the debt, period. That is what Kevin's post to you was about and that is what my post was about. The Debt, period. Now focus. Has Obama got one iota to do with the debt or not?

          • DannyD

            It's no use, Lloyd. Every attempt to bring up the reality of the harm caused in lives lost, in dollars lost just gets met with your same right wing fantasies. The murder and mayhem and tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy got us in this hole, all your denials notwithstanding.

          • ant

            Since when do libtards care about lives lost? Isn't that 'better' for Mother Earth? Aren't 50 million dead through abortion a benefit to mankind? The planet would only be 'greener' the more lives that end..right? Soldiers overseas have contributed to unemployment? The housing bubble burst because of Afghanistan? Is that some new theory of yours? So now that Obama has had over 3 years of bestowing his brilliance on us and troops are being brought back home..we can expect unemployment to return to about 3%, our credit rating upgraded and our deficits reduced..check back in and let me know how that goes.

          • DannyD

            Yur juss so stoopid ant-brane thut itts ahmos empahsibull two reepli

          • ant

            Oh great retort there, bub. Your superior intelligence is evidenced in every one of your posts. I feel sorry for you…I really do. Is it cold in your Occutard tent or does the burning reefer keep you warm? I hope so…because it's doing nothing for your mental capabilities. And I mean nothing.

  • DannyD

    Here is that voter fraud you righties have been wringing your hands over (this is the GOP playbook for 2012—not that any of you would know the difference between isolated cases of voter REGISTRATION fraud and real VOTER FRAUD):
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/04/charlie-

    • ant

      Voter fraud is actually the libtard playbook..and about the only way they have to win..besides demagoguery and promising 'goodies'. Last I checked, 100 cases of Dem voting by known illegal aliens in Florida. How did they know? Because they sign up illegals to vote and then when the occasional illegal gets a request for jury duty..they excuse themselves as being 'non-citizen'. So they'll take the welfare and vote..but jury duty? Hell no. Both voting fraud and registration fraud are a crime, dim-wit. Why do libtards have such problems with right and wrong? Are you all demented? I really want to know.

      • Middle Thinker

        Well In Iowa, for the Republican Caucuses, precint officials can vouch for voters. Yet Republicnas pass voter ID laws in other states?
        http://www.bradblog.com/?p=9016

        Do I smell a double-standard here?

  • DannyD
    • ant

      Oh yeah, Richard Burr..he's our hero! Who? Are you daft? We are not libtards here..we do not believe people, regardless of political affiliation, are incorruptible. There are scum on both sides of the aisle..only to a libtard would I have to make such a clarification. Problem is, he could be stealing from the taxpayer and molesting little girls and people like you would support him and excuse him if he were a fellow libtard. Shall we look at how Obama's policies have benefitted himself, Soros, and Warren Buffett, among many others? Talk about pathetic, you must have the word tattooed on your forehead.

    • Guest woman

      Arrianna Huffington? Oh please. A rich gal who can pander to the "lower classes" and gets paid for her drivel. too funny. Watch out.. you DO know she is white huh? Just in case you didn't know.

  • Downsouth

    Kevin said, "And they wonder why the Tea Party movement exists and is here to stay". That's not what I wonder. I wonder why the tea party couldn't get any of their favorites to even have a significant showing in the republican nomination process. "We want the most conservative nominee" is all I heard from tea party types. In Carolina, Florida, and NV Newt and Santorum combinded couldn't beat Romney. Where is the tea party?????

    • DannyD

      LOfreakinL

  • ant

    The TeaParty is at work paying the taxes that support the Dimocrat voting base. Only Dims have the time to 'Occupy' property, steal, rape, and defecate.

    • DannyD

      Crypto-Fascist Airhead Zombies

      • ant

        Arizona and other States get sued for enforcing the immigration laws that the Feds are derelict in enforcing. One reason..the regime doesn't want a 'patchwork' of laws..yet many offer themselves as 'sanctuary' States and there's apparently no problem with the 'patchwork' idea in those cases. Same for gun control..varies from State to State..and yet that is a universal right..which "shall not be abridged". The States have more sovereignty granted them then most people know. The People first, then the States, then the Fed. The 'progressives' have flipped that idea backwards. You have no 'right' to vote with no ID..how hard is it to get ID?..it's not. It's whining on your side because it makes it tougher to cheat. Period.

      • ant

        The above was a response to the whining of DS and Iowa voting..don't know why it's down here under Dannyd's description of Occutards and Dim Congressmembers.

  • DannyD

    News flash, assholes (RIP):
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/02/06/

    Why is the Tea Party dead?? See my 33% v 66% theory in previous comments.

    • ant

      Trying to reassure yourself,Peaches? That's okay, I understand, if I were you, I'd be scared too.

      • DannyD

        RIP, teabaggerz

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  • Will

    Such eloquence from some of the posters on this blog!!!

  • Scooter Livinsgton

    So tell me, Mr. Jackson…as a Black Republican, how did you feel about your fellow Republicans Jesse Helms and Strom Thurmond?

    I'd LOVE to know…

    • http://www.theblacksphere.net Kevin Jackson

      LOL! OMG TWO racist Republicans? As opposed to the ENTIRE Democrat Party! What a f’g moron you are, Scooter. BTW Spell your last name correctly!

  • Yvonne Scott

    Yes, I'd like to speak to the oreo – I don't live in the USA but I'm old enough to know that in the US if you are from a well-to-do family and are fairly rich (wel, very rich) you don't give a damn about the poor and middle-class people. As far as you are concerned, they can all go to hell and you'll give them a hand in getting there. That's how I see people like Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney. OK? So, that's my take on the matter. This is my own person opinion and not that of any of my family who may be living in the United States.

 
 
 
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