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Let’s just tell the truth.  2011 sucked.  I can’t recall a year when so many people told me that they were overjoyed to see the year come to an end. Auld Lang Syne me buttocks!

I know that I had never wanted a year to get here so fast as I did 2012. I was Superman flying forward at the speed of light around June. There was no solace for people, personally, professionally, transcendentally, metaphorically…notadamnthing-ally.

In case you’re wondering how bad things were, my youngest son built a gingerbread house for Christmas and that was repossessed by the Fed and turned into Section 8 housing. The only statistics that are up during Obama’s first three years in office are Liberal corruption and Congressmen’s wealth, taxpayer desperation and suicides.

How did we get this way, you ask?  Obama and other Liberals were in charge.  That’s all it took to have Utopia go to hell in a hand basket.  Obama brought more nuts to DC than you’d find in a Porta-Potty at a peanut festival. The prospect of another year of Obama scares the crap out of me, much less four more after that.

2011 is year three of The Legacy of the Skinny Kenyan. America is in a mess only an Affirmative Action president could create. Massive debt, no jobs, lowered credit rating. The only thing left to do is put the presidential limousine up on blocks on the White House lawn.  As they say in the military these days:

Morale check.

“F&%* You!”

Under Barack Obama so far, America has revisited the ‘30s Great Depression, FDR’s ‘40s Raw Deal, LBJ’s ‘60s InGrate Society, and the Jimmy Carter’s ‘70s foreign policy embarrassments. Obama is truly a man for the ages…the Dark Ages.

But enough about the light-skinned interloper from hither others yon. 2012 is the year we take charge.

The lamestream media has been asking, “Where is the Tea Party?” which only proves how out of touch the lamestream state-run media is; comatose in fact. We are right in their 2010 well-bruised face.

There is not a day that goes by where the Tea Party is not mentioned in the media, yet the lamestream media acts like the Tea Party doesn’t exist. Tea Party issues are debated daily.  Tea Party-supported candidates are at the forefront, so much so, that people who are not Tea Party candidates are faking it. Ask any Republican presidential candidate if he wants the Tea Party vote and see what answer you get.

This is why Obama and the Left are the most scared they have ever been in modern election history. They know that the people are rising, and it’s mainly against the Left.  The people finally recognize that the Left has always been a bunch of disingenuous liars and they are cheaters, par excellent.  This has the Left at DefCon1 in desperation.

Think about this. The highest law enforcement person in the land is pulling the race card in defending his shipping of weapons to Mexico. Why should he have to answer to that? After all, he’s black.

Then Holder says that America is using valid photo ID as a means of disenfranchisement.

Why are we not demanding drug-testing of Eric Holder? That Negro has gone crazy.

Debbie Wasserman-Schulz is so desperate that she would let Adolf Hitler, Mickey Mouse, and dead people vote.

But the height of desperation is when Obama tries to appear warrior-like. The White House recently issued a statement saying that Obama would essentially govern by executive order, bypassing Congress. Obama is running from Congress, and he wants to get nowhere near the Tea Party. That’s what cowards do.

When a government is telling you that welfare is good for the country, you get an idea of how bad things are. When your government celebrates when 300,000 people quit looking for jobs, you might suspect there is a problem. So the answer according to the Obama administration is to “enjoy unemployment as it gives you time to become more circumspect.”

Obama and his team demonstrate gross incompetence of the highest order and most are unemployable outside of the protective cocoon of other government idiots. Here’s a thought: Corzine.

Though there was only one day separating 2011 from 2012, most of America was singing Happy Days are indeed here again the moment the ball dropped in 2012. Our exuberance was not because somebody spotted the ghost of Ronald Reagan, but because we know that we will finally get to undo what was done to us in 2008.

I feel sorrow for the next president who will indeed “inherit this mess.”  But that person will get the benefit of an electorate ready for change back.  When Obama is unelected, America will again be able to celebrate its greatness and forge ahead on the business of being exceptional, producing an audible gushing sound as the nation exhales.

2012 will be the most historic year since the founding of this great nation, where we can end the hell to which we have all been assigned.

What an amazing time to be an American. To play a part in bringing America back to its founding principles. 2012 will be 1776 all over again.

That’s my rant!

© 2012 Kevin Jackson – The Black Sphere, LLC – All Rights Reserved

 
 
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  • Meshuggahboy

    Excellent as always Kevin, I can't wait either. We just need to be ready to defend ourselves when the takers realize that their slavemaster and his worthless wife have been evicted from the White House.

    • theblacksphere

      We're ready. More ready than they are in fact. Most of the knuckleheads will just burn their own neighborhoods!

    • Downsouth

      Mess, every time you post, it seems your hate gets deeper and deeper. "worthless wife", what does that mean? A well-educated and intelligent lady that any young girl can look up to and model themselves after is worthless? Are you really that filled with hate that you don't see the positive in OUR first lady?

      • Meshuggahboy

        I mean worthless as in someone who says she's one of the common people and then spends our money on multi-million dollar vacations and her twenty-two assistant entourage like she's some kind of royalty or movie star. She's scum. Maybe I seem more and more angry because I'm getting sick of this kind of looting of the people when we can least afford it. And please do us all a favor and don't repeat the "others did it" argument for the millionth time. That doesn't make it OK, and no one has ever done it on the kind of scale that this parasite has.

        • Downsouth

          Mess, you are being feed alot of BS and your intense hate makes you gobble it up. I know it makes you sick, but the Obamas are rich. They pay for their own personal expenses. As an American don't she have the right to spend her money the way she want to? The cost charged to tax payers come from secret service requirments which I'm OK with considering the hate aimed at this wonderful American family by "some" is so intense. A beautiful and classy mother – "scum" and "worthless" you need prayer man!

          • Meshuggahboy

            Ah yes, another one of the lame diversions that you can't stop repeating when there's no defense – "You're just getting your information from bad sources and it isn't true." Believe me, I couldn't care less if they're rich or not, as long as it's legitimately acquired. It's the left that turns green anytime they see someone with money, that's why we have the whole class warfare / OWS mess on our hands. But the fact is, they use our money for their own lifestyle. Why else would they list their kids as "Senior Staff" when they go on trips?

            And don't pretend that you didn't use terms at least as potent as "scum" and "worthless" when Bush was in office.

          • ant

            I was unaware that the Secret Service requires the First Lady to leave for vacations earlier on a separate plane. Learn something new everyday. I was also unaware that un-elected persons, by virtue of marriage, were afforded rights to tax-payer money for their invented, pet, 'epidemic' prevention projects

          • ant

            Just out of curiousity, DS. If the Obama's are rich and fiscally responsible citizens. Why is the taxpayer supporting and housing his illegal alien aunt? Surely, a rich man could 'sacrifice' a little for family, no?

          • HooDoo Daddy

            'illegal alien"' "senior staffers', lions and tigers and bears!!!

          • docjohndenver

            HoodooYou, somewhere in the universe that is probably funny.

          • Downsouth

            Obama's aunt, wife, preacher, transcripts, birth certificate, old girlfreinds ……..Keep digging,ya'll may find something that peolpe care about. Like over 200,000 new manufactoring jobs (first time since the early 90's) Keep focusing on the things that are important like how many times the president played basketball.

          • ant

            Obviously, Democrats don't care about riding the road to tyranny and lawlessness. Happy misery, go back to watching the Karadshians or hating on Bush. 200,000 new manufacturing jobs, like you manufacturing that 'fact'?

          • ant

            Please explain, DS, how a person getting a temporary Holiday job at a kiosk in the mall is considered 'manufacturing'? Oh wait, it's Obama truth, that explains it. Hey, did you hear that despite the fact that all of GM research and development on hybrid and electric vehicles has been paid by the taxpayer, they are showing their gratitude by moving all those departments and labor to China. Yay, Obama!! He's brilliant!!

          • docjohndenver

            I am sorry, but if DS can bring up Obama's aunt, wife, preacher, transcripts, birth certificate, and old girlfriends, why are we not allowed to rebut this ridiculous stuff. I just wrote a rebuttal that had no offensive remarks, no names, and no coarse language and it was deleted. His wife is a condescending spending addict who needs to take her own diet advice and quit telling us what to do, his preacher is an evil racist, his birth certificate could have gone away as an issue in one day if he wanted it to, his old girlfriends don't exist, and his transcripts from New York are under lock and key. Hope that gets through. And, DS, just curious at this point: has Obama done anything you disagree with? Has he made any mistakes? I have been honest about Bush's foibles. Is obama perfect?

          • Downsouth

            You keep making my point doc. I didn't "bring up Omama's aunt….." you did. To avoid the fact that there has been 6 straight months of job growth and over 200,000 new manufacturing jobs created ( go to Fox news website and see if I'm right). Transcripts, Wright, old girlfriend, vacations, ……… Are topics they use on people like you, ant, and Mess. With the vast majority of the country, that BS doesn't make the top fifty list of concerns. But I encourage all of you to maintain your focus on such important topics

          • ant

            Obama's aunt wasn't the point, Obama's 'holding' onto HIS money while asking the middle class to "get some skin in the game"..partly to support his criminal aunt, I guess…was the point. But as most liberals, you, Middle, and Hoockie avoid the actual topic. List of concerns? Is that why the liberal 'GOP debate' moderators keep asking those important questions about "birth control' and 'gay marriage'? We are not liberals, BTW, we can keep our minds on more than one subject at a time. Example, Obama spending our money on vacay's at a time of great economic struggle for others (like myself) is important..but that doesn't mean we don't know and remember everything else. Nice try though. My posts are long enough as is, shall I provide a list of ALL of Obama's and Congress's transgression every time I post? Don't you worry your little head about it, we are concerned with more than BO's ex-boyfriends. Trust me.

          • Down south

            "while asking the middle class"? You have never heard the president say that. It seem to me, if you are at a time of great economic struggle, that should be your focus rather than the Obama family vacations. Unless the president's vacations are the cause of your economic struggles. Or maybe it's class envy because they can take vacation and you can't.

          • ant

            Don't be deliberately obtuse. You know the answer to that. Obama's a Dem, Dems are big-government Stateists, they are mostly to blame for everyone's economic struggles, yet they suffer none of their own. Focusing on them IS focusing on economic troubles. A President that gets our credit downgraded but spends $4 million of our money on just one of his vacations is OUR business, just as is the $50 million Michelle spent earlier last year. Don't talk to me about class envy with a President who is using it as tool in his re-election campaign.

          • Downsouth

            If as tax payer we get to choose how our tax dollars are spent, I rather not spend the $3 trillion that was spent on the Iraq war.

  • Lloyd

    Excellent Kevin and I hope you are right. When this change does occur, we conservatives must remember that the progressives have been at work to fundamentally change this country for over 100 years. We must work as a team to reverse the trend to fundamentally unchange this country.

    • theblacksphere

      I agree, and it will take time. However in many ways we must implement our "radical" anti-Liberal version.

      • Middle Thinker

        <<I agree, and it will take time. However in many ways we must implement our "radical" anti-Liberal version.>>>

        Nothing to see or hear under that. The only thing this board and other black conservatives talk about is what liberals do and don't do.

        And throughout this "100 years" there were periods of time where the GOP had control of the Oval Office and Congress. What happened in those time to reverse this "Radical anti-liberal vision."

        And what about all those republicans who have voted and legislated for the same things as conservatives you claim you are against? I guess that is liberals fault to.

        • ant

          <yawn> Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

          • Middle Thinker

            Of course you are uninterested when someone brings the debate back to you.

  • HooDoo Daddy

    Hey, Kev, perhaps a vigorous walk, then a nice dip in a MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK creek is all you and your wacky Tea Party freaks need to clear up your delirium about how the 2012 election will go.

    • theblacksphere

      WhoYoDaddy, I know a freak when I read the comments from one, and you are a stone-cold FREAK-A-ZOID who would make Rick James proud! LOL. I'll be at the bottom of Ranier watching you and all the other people I've been paying taxes on jump off. That is, unless I chase you down the rat holes first.

      • HooDoo Daddy

        Mother Nature's justice for you wacko hate-freaks: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/04/benjamin

        • Meshuggahboy

          Just out of curiosity, WTF does this have to do with Kevin's article?

          • HooDoo Daddy

            figure it out

          • Lloyd

            Stereotype. All military gun toting guys are conservative. Therefore, all college professors are anarchist, Democrat and violent as well (Bill Ayers).

          • Middle Thinker

            Bill Ayers received funding from the Annenberg Foundation, staunch republicans who have also gave money to Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney.

          • docjohndenver

            Middle, thanks for another piece of completely worthless information. Can you please tell us the price of tea in China as well? We are so happy you have figured out how to use the internet and look up things like the Annenberg Foundation. Very helpful. Your guy is the only one in the current field with an ongoing long-term relationship with Bill Ayers and his butcher wife, Bernadine. I understand why you would want to muddy the waters a bit, though. It really is embarrassing.

          • Middle Thinker

            In the la-la-land of conservatism of course anything that highlights the duplicity and double standards some conservatives put forth would seem worthless to you.

          • ant

            Oh..here we go again. Broken record time. So Santorum and Romney believe in blowing people to bits for 'change'? Bill Ayers believed at least 25 million Americans would need to be killed or 're-educated' to bring about Utopia. How many do Santorum and Romney think we need to murder?

          • Lloyd

            Middle, you missed the point of my post. HooHoo above states that the delusional Mr. Barnes' fate is because he is a wacko-hate freak (supposedly like me.) In reading the article, it never mentions his politics, only that he is a veteran from Iraq. However, Mr. HooHoo has decided to equate Mr. Barnes to me because I am conservative, therefore, I must be a wacko-hate freak. I do not agree with most of your opinions, although I do respect them, but I do not consider you a wacko communist anarchist becasue you like the President., nor do I wish ill will on you as Mr. HooHoo has wished on Kevin and those of us who appreciate his efforts.

          • Middle Thinker

            I don't wish ill will on people either. I don't even mind conservatism, I just call out the attitudes some carry like they know everything and anyone who doesn't think like them must be brainwashed or sellouts.

          • docjohndenver

            Middle that last sentence sounds like you are describing yourself. LOL.

          • Middle Thinker

            The tone of my conversation is simply the way those on the right carry themselves. What posters like you and others try to do is divert from the truth by attempting to belittle what it is said, resort to name calling, or label me a liberal (although you see no evidence of me supporting anyone on the left) because I expose the lies and insert the truth. As much as you try to do all three, you have yet to prove anything I said as false.

          • docjohndenver

            YOU ARE A LIBERAL, Middle. It's okay. You can say it. About a third of the country or slightly less is liberal. About a third is right and a third in the middle. Our own little rule of thirds (and yes I know those numbers aren't exact). But it is OKAY to be a liberal. What you have to say is not false to you. It is just that you consider yourself some sort of soothsaying academic. The things you say have nothing to do with the poor, out of work people who come into my office. There has always been a huge gap between academic liberalism and the reality of those they are supposed to care about. And you reside there. But I still enjoy the banter.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Keep 'em all healthy, doc, because the conservatives you support want to work them night and day as part of an American army of below minimum wage slaves.

          • docjohndenver

            The conservatives I know want them to have jobs. My employees are my family. I treat them as such as do most small business owners I know. If government gets out of our way and reduces our costs we can continue to help more people, not less. I would rather give more money to my employees than to people who have no desire to work. And believe me there are plenty of those. I have probably heard 1,000 times over the last few years, "I will start looking seriously for work when I have two or three months left on my unemployment. I just need a break." Those people do not deserve my money or anyone else's. But Barack the magnificent thinks they are somehow more deserving than those of us who just want to have less regulation and taxes so we can continue to employ good people. But clearly you don't get how the economy really works and that all employers are not the dastardly devils that this goofball administration make them out to be. You should have called yourself HooDoOurWorkForUs".

          • ant

            You mean like the 'national security force' Obama wants, just as well-funded as our regular military? Funny, since he just un-funded our military. It's cool though, because the liberals you support want people un-employed, to exist on some kind of funds stolen from a dwindling productive section of American. I love how liberals whine about slave-wages but are the first to propose more taxes on those wages.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            It is hard for you dim bulbs to accept that the Commander in Chief has found a way to kill our enemies without devastating whole civilizations. And with his leadership, the U.S. military has become scary-good at finding these dug in bastards and airing them out. You conservative assholes just "…wanna see blood and gore and guts and veins in your teeth. You want to eat dead burnt bodies…" (thanks, Arlo Guthrie)
            And what a completely idiotic assertion that liberals advocate increased taxes on the wage earner. Where were you during the very recent battle over payroll tax cuts?

          • docjohndenver

            Yes, how would I get the idea that liberals advocate increased taxes. Oh wait, because the last huge fight between repubs and Obama was over his demand that "increased revenue" be a part of the deal. Even his supporters (other than apparently you) understand that he believes in "spreading the wealth around". How do we know that? Well, he is on tape saying it several times. What do you think "spread the wealth around" means. You are either a complete and utter moron or a liar or lying at least to yourself. And your blast from the past, Arlo Guthrie? Really? What, no Pete Seeger, no Abbey Hoffman, no Peter Paul and Mary? How about some quotes from the Port Huron Statement? Oh wait, that would hit too close to home, what with your idol Barack being such a close friend of one of the original authors of it.

          • ant

            His leadership? Ha! "Oh, we have Obama in our sights thanks to the framework established by Bush and the hardwork of our military?…uh…let me sleep on it." Jarret, in the background, "NNOOO! Don't kill him!".

            Doc John did a helluva job answering your ridiculous, fantastical assertion that Dems don't call for higher taxes, so I''ve no need to respond to that, other than to say watch some MSM outlets, the propaganda arm of the 'progressives', they haven't met a tax they didn't like.

            Never bring a rubber-band and a paper-clip to a gun fight.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            If you haven't yet grasped the fact that Obama and Dems are advocating raising taxes on those earning $250,000 and up and NOT raising taxes on WAGE EARNERS, I just don't know what to say to you chowderheads. You fellas do know the difference between a WAGE EARNER and someone dragging down over 250K, right? Right?? Your taxes would be lowered under his plan, doc. Ain't no way a GP is dragging down over 250K a year. And you are probably a 35K guy, ant, so what's your beef?

          • ant

            Your guess is way off fool. I've been struggling for over 4 years now, but you have a habit of talking about what you don't know. If I spoke Spanish, I'd qualify for help. Besides the fact that Obama, if he had his every wish would be stealing all our money for re-distribution, what is it about households making $250,000 that makes that money not theirs?

          • HooHooHoo

            Oh, so you're not even a 35K guy? So you need Obama more than you care to admit. Interesting self-defeating stance. Hmmmm

          • ant

            We've had Obama for three years now, and I'm the worse off for it. What is the point of your ridiculous statement? That I, a blue-collar guy, need to stick my hand out for Obama's help? This may come as a surprise to you, but I like working. I like 'self-reliance'..it is Dems that try to make work and self-reliance untenable. I'm American..do you know what that means? It means I don't need Obama for anything..he works for me. You've just told me so much about you in that one post..sad..very sad. For all the alleged trolling you libtards do on conservative sites you haven't learned a thing. I honestly feel bad for you that your sentiments dictate I would need 'help' from the same Washington that has handicapped my abilities, capacity, and livelihood.

          • docjohndenver

            HooIdiot,
            there is an ancient Egyptian proverb about the last guy standing at the bank of the Nile after everyone else gets eaten by the crocodile. You know what happens to him? He gets eaten too. Taxes go up on rich people, they are passed down to poor people. My cardiologist buddies make about 400 grand a year at their peak earning years. You know what happens if their taxes go up? They pay less hours to their employees. You don't have to like it. But it's a fact. They worked 15-20 years of no pay/increased debt after high school to get where they are now. They work 16 hour days under constant threat of lawsuit. They won't take the hit themselves. Please read Adam Smith's "Wealth of Nations". Maybe you'll learn something about capitalism.

          • HooHooHoo

            So this is an admission that you, as a GP, don't make anywhere near the 250K cut-off that Obama has clearly defined over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over, again? But still, like Joe the Plumber, you beef. Your dishonesty is on parade here.
            This blog is truly the land of the lost.
            I think I will just continue this great new year without you fellas. Hadios!

          • ant

            Good riddance to idiotic, ignorant, un-American Marxist trash. Chow, Hoochie, may your future at dumpster-diving and flag-burning be filled with willing. smelly hippie-chicks and hand outs of arugula and salmon-salad from OWS donation kitchens. Fool.

          • ant

            PS, Hoodummy, I was gonna correctly spell that 'caio' but due to your unabashed ignorance I thought you might confuse that with a labor union.

          • docjohndenver

            You have no idea what I make you moron. You are driven (like most liberals) by two things: race and money. Your sentiments on this site virtually always relate to race or jealousy of those who have been successful. My "beef" is that I actually know how business works. When the rich get taxed, the poor pay part if not most of the bill by losing jobs and benefits. If you are too stupid to understand that, I suggest you return to the third grade. I have been honest about everything I have ever said here. You do not need to agree with it but pull your head out. Please do us all a favor and spend this "great new year without us". You, unlike DS and Middle, brought no substance. I actually really admire someone like ant who has struggled and doesn't think the US owes him something. We have all struggled. Thank God some of us don't ask for a handout. BTW, did I mention you're an idiot?

          • Guest woman

            I got my check the other day. Sooooo. it was ONE [ yes 1$] more. Woo Hoo !

          • ant

            "Uh…under my energy plan…uh..coal..uh..energy prices would necessarily..uh …skyrocket.." B. Hussein Obama.
            So what, Hoo? People making under $250,000 don't pay for heat and electricity?

          • ant

            Hoo-hoo, let's take a closer look at your 'wage-envy' here. Say I did gross $250,000 dollars a year, (you know what gross means, right?, if you pay taxes you do).
            It would take me 4 years to technically gross a million dollars. The Obama's vacation cost us $4million..that means the 'hero of the working class' spent 16 years worth of the wages of someone you would consider the 'enemy' in one shot. Are you reading me?

  • docjohndenver

    Awesome article, Kevin, as always. I haven't been hearing too many people lament the end of 2011 either. Looking forward to 2012, if for no other reason than to see if Obama axes Biden the village idiot. Every time the guy opens his mouth I think, "It can't be more stupid than the last time". And, invariably, I am wrong. Thanks for all you do here. Cannot wait to read the book. Been waiting since I read the first one. It was awesome.

  • theblacksphere

    Doc, the book has been printed, and I think they will be here this week…fingers crossed. It's a funny book, and I can't wait to get your take on my take.

  • JillinMichigan

    We have been creating the "takers" for 70+ years, you think we can turn it around in 4 or 8… We can't even stop increasing the debt limit w/ a majority, they aren't going to give up easy… I love your style, we have to be prepared for a fight…

    • theblacksphere

      I like your style Jill!

  • Sarah

    Another great piece of work! Keep bringing it and let’s take our country back!

    • theblacksphere

      I will keep bringing it, Sarah. Thanks for showing up to the fight!

  • Downsouth

    You all can start jumping out of windows or moving to another country or whatever you plan to do when President Obama is re-elected, because that is exactly what is going to happen. I wish all conservatives can get their wish and have a "true conservative" as the republican nominee like Santorum, but that won't happen. So the president will have to work a little harder to beat Romney. The Legacy of the Skinny Kenyan will be the quinticencial American success story. A guy who grew up in a broken home, worked hard enough to be educated in one of America's finest universities, and went on to become President of the United Staes and saved the country from one of the worst reccessions it had ever seen. I know its hard for you guys to swollow with so much anger in your throats, but take a does of reality.

    • HooDoo Daddy

      Hear hear, DS.

    • docjohndenver

      "The quintessential American success story"? Are you kidding? Raised on a beach in Hawaii, went to Dead Poets Society upper crust schools, attended Harvard, never built anything but did manage to be a "community organizer", started his political career in the living room of a convicted terrorist, never ran a business, was pushed forward by the Dems as a blank slate and nobody can even find a former girlfriend or his transcript at at least one college, had to make a several year inquiry occur just to get his birth certificate. A child of privilege. How many people do you know that were raised in Hawaii, went only to upscale private schools and the Ivy League and then never really had to work, only to be anointed by a party because he could chant "yes we can" with the best of them. Ah, the quintessential American story, yes? You must be joking. Please, DS. We know you love him and that's okay, but don't pretend he was just another guy growing up in the hood. That is a bigger joke than his career as a community organizer. He has less in common with the average kid growing up in the inner city than I do by far.

      • HooDoo Daddy

        Face it , Doc, the kid was building from the get go, and now you're just hating on him because he was exceptionally brilliant.

        • ant

          Brilliant…in the sense of deception, brilliant like one who conspires to rob a bank vault, or play the system, maybe. Brilliant..like "inter-continental railroad", "Obamacare will reduce your healthcare costs by 3000%", "57 states,,uh three more to go", "the doctor puts the ..uh..breathalyzer..uh breathing..uh.." waving like a two-year old in at least 3 UN photo-ops, Living high on the hog at a time of great economic strife for most people…trying to enter the White House through a window.. we desperately need your 3 dollars….believing in Marxism…Brilliant like that?

        • docjohndenver

          First of all, don't ever say I am "hating" on anybody. I do not hate anyone in this world. The word hate actually means something but has become a catch phrase for all liberals who don't like something a conservative says and I am sick of it. It is, in fact, hateful to accuse someone who disagrees with you and makes a cogent argument a "hater". Either that or "exceptionally" stupid. The line on Obama is that he is just smarter than the rest of us. Nobody with half a brain believes that because of his cluster$%%!!@ of three years of leadership. But you can believe it if you want. But I certainly don't hear you making any substantive argument with my previous post because you know it is all true. Pathetic. And I don't hear you making the argument that he is the 'quintissential' American grassroots story. Well, at least you're sharp enough to stay away from that. Oh, and BTW, if you respect the office of the presidency, you may not want to refer to him as "the kid". Or was that just a Freudian slip because of his lack of experience? LOL.

        • docjohndenver

          HooDoo Daddy, the exceptionally brilliant demi-god that you apparently worship has a cabinet made up of a grand total of 8% of people with prior private-sector experience. The prior 19 presidents' cabinets averaged 44% private sector experience. BRILLIANT. No wonder things are going so well. It has gotten to the point that a .4% drop in the unemployment rate (due to seasonal jobs at Christmas and benefits running out and people not being counted) is cause for rejoicing. By the way these stats are from Investors Business Daily, as are the stats in my next post in case you have time to read anything other than the daily kos and huffingtonpost.

          • docjohndenver

            Actually my next post was apparently off topic and got deleted, but you can look up how great socialized medicine is going to be in IBD or on line.

          • Middle Thinker

            Let me remind you, the social medicine came from The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.

          • docjohndenver

            Middle, once again you just throw out a name of a conservative think tank with nothing real to say. "The social medicine came from the Heritage Foundation". What does that even mean? Obamacare was shoved down our throats using multiple little-used parliamentary tactics. It was not some sort of off-shoot of conservatism. (If that is what you are even trying to say here). It is a generally reviled program, has caused costs to go UP, and the worst is yet to come. If you actually want to learn something about it, read Investors Business Daily's comparison to UK and Canada.

          • Middle Thinker

            Well you started all this by going off-topic talking about socialized medicine. And as usual I remind you that you rail against the same things conservatives support. Thus the remark about Heritage Foundation being the ones who formaluted the Universal health Plans for both Romneycare and Obamacare. And since you seem to resist this ideal and won't believe me, I posted a link for you to read.
            http://www.forbes.com/sites/aroy/2011/10/20/how-a

            As you read, it will show that Newt Gingrich supports the individual mandate of the Universal Health Care Plan. Rick Perry, though not mentioned in this article actually wrote Hillary Clinton to show his support for Universal Health Care. Obamacare and Romneycare took its ideals from The Univesal Health Care Plan drafted by the Republicans in 1993. All of this can be googled. And the point of the matter is, the same gripes you have about Obamacare would more than likely be the same ones you have about any Health Care Plan supported by the GOP because they are essentially the same.

            And the point of the matter is to show you everytime you mention social medicine and complain about Obamacare, the roots of the plan come from conservatives.

            As for Investors Business Daily? You ill rail againsrt left-leaning sites as biased, so you give me a right-leaning one for credibility? I read the stocks part, but ingore the commentary (LOL).

          • docjohndenver

            It must be interesting there in the Land of Oz. I know a whole lot of conservatives. Conservatives are my friends. And you, sir, wouldn't know conservative ideals if they kicked you in the head. I know not a single conservative person who wants socialized medicine, or for that matter that wants any more government interference in medicine. give us all a break. The fact that you found something stupid at the Heritage Foundation does NOT mean it represents general conservative thought. But, then, I think you know this. It is a common way of arguing without having to really bring new ideas or defend the President's joke boondoggle.

          • Middle Thinker

            Of course not all conservatives are the same, no more than liberals are all the same. How can want exlclusiveness for what you believe yet pile everyone in the same boat when they oppose your views?

          • docjohndenver

            Nobody said every liberal was the same. I just said you are a liberal based on a large body of evidence over the last few months. Deal with who you are. It is okay. The first step of any recovery is admitting the problem.

          • Middle Thinker

            I support conservatives on some things, and I don't. I support liberals on some things, but I don't on others. I am for ditching the parties and working outside of politics to make the changes needing to be made. And these ideals are an amalgam of liberal and conservative thought. No one party will ever serve the interest of black community better than the other, because it is the same system.

            All I do is point out that what you criticize on the left conservatives and the GOP are doing or have done. There is enough liberal bashing on here, so I am not compelled to add my two cents or become redundant with the mindset.

            Sorry if you can't deal with someone who can have conservative thoughts and call conservatives on the lies they tell. Guess the truth hurts.

          • ant

            All your posts, not one solution, not one idea, not one stance on anything, You're a fart in the wind, blowing by to stink up the debate with a "Look, Heritage foundation,,,". I believe this and I believe that also, and I don't stand by this and "I'm just saying". "And I'm just here to criticize your views..but I don't offer my own…my whole point is in essence to just point and criticize you…I have great original thoughts because I'm neither conservative or liberal..but…I haven't evidenced any of those great, original thoughts in some 50-odd posts." A fart in the wind. You remind me of a quote, Middle; 'A man who doesn't stand for something will fall for anything'.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Yeah, Middle, get onboard with ant's corporate America solution of hurling invective and mistruths at the current administration in the hope that a corporate free for all will just naturally settle into a sustainable situation for the country. Come on, man!

          • Middle Thinker

            It's always the "enlightened, informed, free, and fresh off the plantation" conservatives on this board who seem to resort to the name calling (LOL)

          • ant

            HooDoo..you can't be serious. Is your computer made out of sticks and mud that you gathered in the woods? If not, your a shill for the corporations , man.

            Middle, point out the name-calling in that post. Don't you have any where else you can troll for awhile? Don't act like an ass, you won't be refered to as an ass. Just sayin'.

          • Middle Thinker

            What difference does it make what side of the spectrum my views lie? Where I stand does not have to be affiliated with democrats or republicans. The petty thoughts of you, Kevin, doc colorado, blkred, and others are just small words that indicate that you guys cannot handle someone who comes to your board to expose the chinks in the so-called armor of your collective conservatism.

            I have seen enough of both parties to see that the solutions will not come from them. The time has come to stop arguing about what party is good or bad for America. I am for the betterment of black people, but don't feel like I have to have a "d" or "r" behind my name to make a difference. Too bad for you if you feel you do.

          • docjohndenver

            It matters in print and in the spoken word when someone does not tell the truth. And you don't about your political ideals. As you know I have read pretty much all of your self-congratulatory posts with irrelevant links. And ant is right, you basically do not bring new ideas. You just keep patting yourself on the back for being spineless enough to not take a stand. And yet the truth always finds its way out. The things you criticize are conservative, not liberal. It is sad to see a sentient being unable to admit who they are or blissfully unaware of the fact. As a conservative I at least stand for something: love and fear of God, family values, hard work, less government intervention, lower taxes, fair treatment of my employees, national security (but I lean libertarian here), pro-life (because I have had the grisly experience of taking a partially mutilated fetus out of a woman who had a botched therapeutic abortion at a planned parenthood clinic), taking care of MY OWN FAMILY and loved ones and not someone else's, fair treatment of my patients, paying my own house payments and lease at my office, and many others. Some of these overlap with modern American liberalism but in its current warped form most of them don't. You have not made a cogent argument for a conservative ideal to my knowledge. At least not a significant ideal. So you don't represent both sides in reality. Only in your mind. Now, Who Did Your Daddy is a total different story. He is just a mindless leftist talking point with legs. And not very interesting or funny at that.

          • ant

            "Some of these overlap with modern American liberalism but in its current warped form most of them don't." And there, Doc, you have the point that eludes Middle. As in a great article I just read at NRO, we know Republicans have also sold us out, are 'Statist-lite', so to speak, but there are people among the crop of conservatives in public and politics, that are true believers in America, the Constitution, the separation of powers, and that power lies with We the People and we are a sovereign Nation.

            On the other hand, as you allude to, the Democrats were hi-jacked a long time ago and now seem hopelessly beyond redemption, almost foreign, certainly Statists. What Middle doesn't understand, conservatism doesn't equal the establishment GOP.."progressive' liberalism DOES equal Democrats. There is no turning that ship around.

          • ant

            Note to Middle. In another thread, you asked where are the 'proven' racists currently residing in the Democrat Party? I found one, I'll link it later, if you like. There is a man announcing a run for Governor on the Dem ticket, recent member of the KKK, until his chapter had to fold. Know why it folded? They killed a black man, slit his throat and hung him from a tree (I don't say hanged, because that wasn't what killed him) the family sued the chapter for every dime in civil damages. Hope that answers your question.

          • Middle Thinker

            Yet and still no name, link, or source of information I can look up myself?

          • Middle Thinker

            I am making a stance and those I don't agree with some of the messengers of the right who act like they know it all, or feel like anyone who does not think like they do is a slave, brainwashed, sellout. I don't agree with conservatives who think every problem in society has to do with liberals, and ignore the fact that they vote for people who claim conservative but get in DC and do just the opposite.

          • Middle Thinker

            I offered solutions and my philospohy about working outside the political parties to help the black communities is what I feel would work best. It's just doesn't line up with your blame liberals philosophy.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Middle, why do you suppose a guy like Herman Cain doesn't build a few nice grocery stores, etc. in the black community? I assume that he does some things for the community but what is keeping guys like him from investing in healthy alternatives for the community? For an example, I know that there is a white guy (Darrell Hammond with KaBoom.org) that is building playgrounds in 'at risk" communities. What is going on with black business? Any insights?

          • docjohndenver

            A real businessman like Herman Cain builds things where he thinks they can make money. If that is in a black neighborhood, great. If in a white neighborhood, great. The best way to fail in business is to see a purpose for the business other than success. When the business succeeds all the employees and customers win. A business that fails (even if it was high and mighty in its aspirations to change the world) doesn't employ anyone. Only liberals see business as black and white. My business is in a largely minority neighborhood, but I have never heard anyone call it a black business or neighborhood. It is there to take care of patients and feed the few families of people who work there. Your question in and of itself is a racially biased one. Can you imagine if someone said, "What is keeping that rich white man from doing some more things in the white community?" It would be driven by a racist ideal. "The community" is poorly disguised code and is demeaning to those who live there. It implies a gradient of import to people in certain places and of certain races versus others. Are black people different than whites somehow? Herman Cain's businesses employ and serve PEOPLE, not certain people that you relate to, love more, or look like. A neighborhood is a neighborhood. People are people. Herman Cain doesn't owe you or anyone else anything
            and you should know that. This is really one of the major points of Kevin's first book. You should probably read it.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            I was hoping for a reasoned response from Middle (as a matter of fact I specifically posed the question to Middle). As for Kevin's book, I'll read that creekside while you teabaggers take that one-sneaker polar bear dip I prescribed for you.

          • Middle Thinker

            Ironically only a few business want to invest in the places that need help the most. Unfortunately, in our community we have stuff like "crabs in a barrell" and not trusting one another and other factors that interfere with the success in our communtities. besides that, as a people we don't support one another.

          • Middle Thinker

            In our community we need radical solutions. I have been reading about ujaama (cooperative) economics. Stuff like grocery stores that people invest and pay into and go in to shop, when needed. I only seen it once in that TV show called "South Central" starrign Larenz Tate in the 90's. There has to be a collective change in mindset to think as a group instead of "I got mines" and go get your own.

          • Middle Thinker

            I like Warren Ballentine's ideal where you buy some of his coffee and he reinvests the money in black business, banks, and helps people pay mortgages. He also worked some deals with banks that invest in communities where the customers are, with loans and grants for small businesses. Not of the other radio personalities are gettingon board with him, though he has some good ideals.

          • Middle Thinker

            Everything I mentioned doesn't even have to do with democrats, republicans, liberals, or conseratives. This is just people uniting to help and support one another, outside of politics. This collectively, I feel, is the way to go.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            We have something in downtown Atlanta, near Georgia State University, near historic Auburn Ave. called http://www.sweetauburncurbmarket.com
            Pretty successful community market that offers a lot to the Sweet Auburn area.

          • Middle Thinker

            These arew the things that need to be publicized instead of talking about reality shows and hip hop.

          • ant

            No your wrong. You are liberal. You use the word collective. We all know what 'collective' means, it is what almost wiped-out the original Jamestown settlement. Marxist idiocy and a historically proven failure.

          • docjohndenver

            Middle, is there any evidence anywhere that collectives works? Other than in the early days of the British Mandate in Israel? I am not being facetious. I would like to hear about it if it has worked on a reasonably large scale. Not a single store owned by a neighborhood group. I am unaware of any such thing in the literature. But would be glad to hear about it. Because, frankly, your posts above sound collectivist to an almost koolaid point. Here's hoping there is something other than a hopeful idea here. These are the same kinds of things Hugo Chavez says, and reasonable liberals like you saying them means ant may be right. We may be to the point of hardcore leftism taking over the liberal thinkers here.

          • HooHooHoo

            here ya go, dumbass: http://www.sevananda.coop/

          • HooHooHoo
          • HooHooHoo
          • docjohndenver

            Dear dumbass, those are fairly weak representations. Please do not bet the house on those three pathetic links. Wow. You are really more ignorant than I initially gave you credit for. I am impressed that you can read if those are your ideas of world-changing links.

          • Middle Thinker

            I guess you all miss the part I mentioned personal responsibility also and intervening on behalf of our children to better their self-esteem so they do not have to wonder if they should get abortions.

            Nowhere in my posts I mentioned depending on the government, but you guys still aren't satisfied.

            And besides that, to you guys, anything that is not talking about cutting taxes for the rich balances by cutting everything for middle and lower classes will raise your suspicions anyway.

          • docjohndenver

            Uh, wrong on all counts. Hoodoo originally asked about what can be done for the community. You have been quite honest about personal responsibility. And why do I believe in cutting taxes? Because I believe it will increase job opportunities in the "neighborhood". I know you get that, you may not agree, but you get what I am saying. hoodoo doesn't, but then he only gets on hour a day on the computer in the prison library.

          • Middle Thinker

            We are currently under some of the lowest tax rates since the 1940's. Are job numbers improving?

          • docjohndenver

            Personal income tax rates are not the issue, Middle, and I think you know that. A regulation that costs time and money for a business is effectively a tax. And if left to his own devices we would have much higher tax rates from Obama and you know that too. My business has much larger tax and regulatory costs than it did ten years ago. Its just a fact. Believe me I wish it wasn't. But if you think increasing taxes and spreading the wealth around" helps poor people you are just wrong.

          • Middle Thinker

            We all know policies in place-liberal or conservative-are not working well, and Just because you never heard of it, does not mean it can't be successful.

          • docjohndenver

            I will grant you that point. However, the barter and trade system has literally been around for thousands of years as has money. So when someone says "I have something brand new that just may work" I am skeptical to say the least. And most communal business ventures HAVE been tried and didn't work (see Eastern bloc circa1950-1990).

          • Middle Thinker

            It's easy to poke holes in ideals, but nothing is trickling down to the black community. Conservatives talk about self-help, guess what that is part of my ideal. Look at why things in the past did not work and fine tune them. But cutting programs, educations, and simply lifting yourself by bootstraps when some don't even have boots is, conservative values spoken but not applied by politicians, is not helping either.

          • docjohndenver

            An excellent point well taken. My patients are suffering three generations of welfare and neither side really cares much when it comes down to it. I will grant you that, if nothing else because it is late and I am tired.

          • ant

            How do the poor invest in anything? How does someone subsisting on food stamps have disposable income to invest? How can the poor volunteer any capital in an effort to help others in the same boat?

          • Middle Thinker

            We have trillions in buying power as a black community. If we redirect what is spent towards Christmas, clothes, electronics and fast food, and redirect towards investing in our community, then things will improve. As for food stamps, them are many people who work but receive food stamps, so there potential for them to use their buying potential for other things

          • ant

            I know a nice, old man opened up his own business in the black neighborhood he lives in. After every weeked, he is scrubbing spray-paint from his store windows and needs big, black iron bars on all his doors. Where is that coming from? To answer, Hoo why would someone like Herman Cain want to invest a business in the 'hood, if that's what he can expect? We've had this discussion before, it isn't economics, it isn't legislation…it's a societal handicap and negative outlook foisted on the black community ON PURPOSE from the LEFT!!
            Where are the supermarkets from Rangel, Waters, Obama and Al Sharpton? Hypocrites!! Them and you and hoodope!

          • Middle Thinker

            You criticize people on the left, but name some conservatives who are trying to help the black community?

          • docjohndenver

            Well, we'll start with Jesse Lee Peterson and end with my pastor. there are thousands in between. One of the things that brought me from liberal to conservative was that every time I organized tutoring sessions in the "neighborhood" the only people that showed up to help were conservative Christians. Usually with a Bible and a lunchbucket.

          • Middle Thinker

            Jesse Lee Peterson?That is a joke, right? Look on You Tube, he thanked white people for slavery and called the middle passage where 1 in 5 slaves died "a bumpy plane ride."

            "thousands of pastors in between? There are thousands of liberal pastors as well working and doing good in the community. Give them credit also.

          • docjohndenver

            Jesse Lee may not be politically correct enough for you but his organization helps people here. If he doesn't work for you, how does Thomas Sowell sound? Is he prim and proper enough? I give ANYONE who does good in the community, the liberals just haven't shown up much in Five Points, Montbello, and North Park Hill here in Denver. They talk a good game. They just don't do anything. You may have thousands of hands on liberals where you are. And if they are doing the Lord's work, I commend them.

          • Middle Thinker

            Your neck of the woods in Colorado, as I have said in earlier posts does not indicate what is going on in the rest of the United States. I know plenty of liberals who don't get television airplay who are in the trenches everyday trying to make things better for their (our) communities.

          • Middle Thinker

            As for Jesse Lee, this is not even about political correctness. Either he does not care know about the horrors if slavery, like the barracoons, slave castle, Middle Passage, Seasoning, Rape, slave auctions, castrations, and other horrors. These are all of the things he is thankful to white people for

          • ant

            "When the past sits in judgement of the present, the future is impossible."

          • ant

            "If the past sits in judgement of the present, the future will be lost."

          • Middle Thinker

            You should send that to all black conservative bloggers who like to bring up the democratic past then, right?

          • ant

            No, they are merely trying to correct a lie about the past that the left insists on bringing up constantly. If they'd stop playing their 'race' card, the corrections would be unnecessary.

          • Middle Thinker

            At which point the right needs to be corrected
            because they stretch the truth

          • ant

            Says the one who just brought uo the past.
            This just in "skinny race-baiting kenyan appoints fat racist hispanic woman from racist LaRaza organization to head his 'domestic policy' office.

          • docjohndenver

            All I know is when we have needed help in the "neighborhood" I have one patient who is heavily involved in B.O.N.D.and he always comes through. Awesome guy and awesome help. I really don't care much about what happened 150 years ago because, frankly, my patients on meth aren't really that into talking about that stuff. I am more a put up or shut up guy and BOND comes through in the real world.

          • docjohndenver

            I just said that if you know thousands of liberals working in the trenches I commend them. I have not had that experience. Generally speaking, neighborhood fliers have brought out evangelical church parishioners and not many others. But I know there are good liberals. Heck you are probably one of them. But study after study has shown conservatives give more time and money to charity. And those are not biased studies. They are reproduceible. But who cares. When we try to get STD education going I would take any helpers. Not to many people put their time and money where their mouth is.

          • Middle Thinker

            You and others keep trying to paint me as liberal, I think you all have some unresolved issues with your own political views. There is something wrong with the only thing Kevin jackson can write about is about President Obama and liberals. And you guys are complicit: I think Rush labels people like you as "dittoeheads" Rarely do any of you talk about conservatism but will complain about liberals all day. I can see after saying limited government, lower taxes, and self-help, you really have nothing else to say or offer to people. You must be unsure of yourself to try to point our your own intelligence trying to tell me what I should read, as if your are trying to convert me into what you think as if this will solve everything wrong in America.

          • docjohndenver

            I don't listen to Rush. I doubt he knows much about me. Anyway, I discuss conservative ideas all the time here. I pointed out stuff you should read after the 100th link you gave us. LOL. give us a break. Don't be a martyr. What I do after I mention lower taxes and smaller government is go out in the "community" you love to talk about and volunteer. I'm sure you do, too. Try not taking yourself quite so seriously maybe. I can't argue with someone who gets their feelings hurt this easy. We are well aware you are not going to be "converted". In the last few weeks I have talked about Israel, Iran, socialized medicine, basic conservative core values, even my brother in law. Obama happens to be president so his goofy liberal theism is part of the dialogue. Just like the left blamed bush for everything from earthquakes to race relations. LOL.

          • Middle Thinker

            And you think I really take these debate seriously? This is a major source laughter (LOL).

          • docjohndenver

            Ah, Middle, all this time I thought you were serious.

          • ant

            It is, but you are the comic relief. More of the low-brow variety though.

          • Middle Thinker

            Ant, you proved yourself a long time ago that you're out of your league (LOL)

          • ant

            I think you're confusing me with an incompetent, skinny Kenyan Marxist.

          • docjohndenver

            Oh I'm sorry, HooDoo,
            I wasn't aware this site had become your personal email page. If you would like to have private conversations with Middle, ask Kevin for his email.

          • HooHooHoo

            I'm sorry, douchejohn, kiss my progressive ass. That will be the side you'll see as we move this country into a fearless future while you trolls marinate in fear and negativity…

          • docjohndenver

            Ah, we finally have it. The last stand of the "progressive". Cuss words and Kiss my ass comments. Scintillating. You will "move ahead" like East Germany moved ahead. Capitalism and democracy will come and fix your version of Amerika eventually just like it is starting to do in Europe. BTW, thanks for playing. Bye. Do not pass go. Do not collect 200 food stamps. Enjoy the Arlo Guthrie and Pete Seeger. LOL. Thanks for adding nothing to the national debate.

          • ant

            Doc, I do believe our Voodoo friend is a true-blue Occupier, I had my suspicions, but now that he's blown his top, I've no doubt. How do they justify having a computer with their anarchy/hippie/anti-consumer ideals?

          • docjohndenver

            Yeah, and I just want to say, ant, that I was moved by your post about struggling. I remember living in a rundown dump one bedroom with my wife working nights in internship 21 years ago. I never imagined someone owed me something. heck, I would have been embarrassed to ask my dad (who started our practice 40 years ago and was successful by then) for money. It is these times that make us who we are. The man is simply not keeping us down. People like you always overcome, they ALWAYS move up, they ALWAYS are a success in life. God bless you, and by the way, clearly you are brilliant and articulate so I have no doubt you are full speed ahead. Hoodoo, yeah, he's just another "the man is keeping me down" wannabe-intellectual.

          • ant

            Why do you suppose a guy like Obama, with all his wealth, and talk of 'sacrifice' and 'at some point you've made enough money' would let his illegal alien aunt languish in public housing, living off of food stamps? Any insights?
            Why would someone like Michelle wear a $2000 dollar dress for one occasion, buy $400 dollar shirts and $500 sneakers with so many blacks out there struggling? Any insights?

          • HooDoo Daddy

            You just up hatin' all night, ain't ya, ant? And from the sound of it, pretty insignificant shit to be hatin' on, too!

          • HooDoo Daddy

            BTW, ant, you do understand their position in the world, don't you? He is the President of the United States of America and she is the First Lady. You are aware of the status of that position, right?? It's not like the man is a goatherd, or something, OK?

          • ant

            ????? Is that supposed to answer why he sefishly keeps his money to himself like some capitalist pig? None to help old auntie? Why are the taxpayers of Mass. paying for auntie? I know Obama's position in the world…it's the bent over position.

          • HooHooHoo

            He bent over looking down into the graves of assholes like you.

          • HooHooHoo

            Hey, righty fuckfaces, watch V for Vendetta and try to figure out which characters represent your cruel, bleek outlook for the future. Sayonara, assholes!

          • ant

            Oh, you watch movies? Get over it. If your 'porogressive-douche' ideas become reality..no more business..no more consumers..no more advertising..no consumers?..No sponsorships..no capital..no investment..no innovation..no recreation. That means..no movies, no sports..maybe, one government channel on TV, if you're lucky. Everyone working for everyone else and the State. Welcome to the dark, gray, miserable days of the USSofA. Better get your fill of movies and sports now..when you're successful destroying capitalism, that's all over.

          • ant

            I must have missed that because all I saw was you asking why Republicans can't legislate the black community into prosperity? As if any political party could. I admit, you have offered your stance on abortion, voter ID, and politicians being two-sides of the same coin, nut you need to be honest, you're an Obamabot…which would be fine, if he hadn't already proven himself to be a disaster wrapped up in a train wreck, decorated with incompetence and a bow of corruption and lawbreaking. The man must go.

          • Middle Thinker

            I think deep down, with this obsession with liberals and President Obama, I think you guys want support him and liberals.

            And what is the alternative the current administration? To bring back in the same party who helped caused the problems in the first place? (LOL).

    • theblacksphere

      I ain't going anywhere, because Obama WILL lose. What's your plan, since you won't be living off the 1% much longer! LOL

      • HooDoo Daddy

        You ain't gonna have to worry about groceries, Kev, 'cause you gonna be eatin' much crow…

      • Downsouth

        Kevin, you better hope Obama win. If he doesn't, they won't need you anymore.

        • HooDoo Daddy

          Kevin and his frothing at the mouth trolls are more fun than a barrel of monkeys…It is so cute the way they think that anyone takes their blathering seriously…I am kinda worried that they may pop a vein in dey head when Obama re-elected…

          • docjohndenver

            Who's Your Daddy, what nobody takes seriously is adults who have nothing to offer and come in calling people "haters" because they can't intelligently rebut anything with facts. Please go back to whatever rock you crawled out from under.

          • Meshuggahboy

            You're being pretty generous when referring to him as an adult Doc. Hopefully it won't be long before he realizes that Earth is getting overcrowded and goes back home.

          • docjohndenver

            As always, Mesh, you have crystallized everyone's thoughts beautifully.

          • Meshuggahboy

            Thanks Doc, have a good weekend.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Yeah, doc, please get some rest…

          • docjohndenver

            WhoDoneYourDaddy, slept well last night. Content in knowing that I am actually trying to help the people in the inner city that liberals like to talk about but have never actually met. Sleep well under your rock.

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Oh great healer, thouest be so nasty and petty…

    • HooDoo Daddy

      I'm going to double-down on my icy, cold stream suggestion to cool their hatred. These Blacksphere teabaggers are the very element that corporations are trying to use to subvert our democracy. They are all just re-branded, hateful Rethuglicans. We will fight them tooth and nail no matter how much money Karl Rove and the Supreme Court pour in. See you in November, assholes.

      • ant

        We're not a democracy, we're a Representative Republic, idiot. Your boy thinks we're neither,he and his Sasquatch wife think we're a monarchy.

      • docjohndenver

        You are like my brother in law, HooMoron. You keep promising to leave but never do. "How much money Karl Rove and the Supreme Court pour in"?! Is Justice Thomas donating large amounts to political causes now? Wow. You are the gift that keeps on giving. Now for the eightieth time for all you brilliant progressives: PEOPLE THAT DISAGREE WITH YOU ARE NOT HATEFUL. They just disagree with you. You, on the other hand, are stupid in that you believe in ideas that do not work. Rather than say, "let's take our neighborhoods back. Let's have two parent families, let's report crime, etc.", you say "Hey, why no rich guys investing here?" It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic. Ant has perfectly explained why there is little investing in poor neighborhoods. It has nothing to do with race, you goofballs! Good Lord.

  • ant

    Great point, Kevin, about Obama governing by executive orders and ignoring the Constitution out of fear of the People and the Tea Party. I hadn't considered. Surely, when your positions and policies are indefensible without resorting to deceit or obvious demagoguery, avoiding debate by executive fiat would be the way to go. For a man-child with no moral foundations.

    • Middle Thinker

      <<Great point, Kevin, about Obama governing by executive orders and ignoring the Constitution out of fear of the People and the Tea Party. I hadn't considered. Surely, when your positions and policies are indefensible without resorting to deceit or obvious demagoguery, avoiding debate by executive fiat would be the way to go. For a man-child with no moral foundations. >>

      Every president has had the option of executive orders, starting with Washington. Using your logic, then every president has been afraid of the people and political parties, am I correct.

      From the Federal Registry, the amount of Presidential EO's per Adminstration: Obama: 108, Bush II: 291, Clinton: 364, GWB: 166, Ronald Reagan: 381

      If you project President Obama's numbers (35 is the average) and divide all the POTUSES who served 8 years in half (Bush II: 146, Clinton: 182, Reagan: 140) President Obama had used just as many Executive Orders or less than his predecessors.

      There goes your straw argument

      • docjohndenver

        Uh, Middle, hello? Do you know why "recess appointments" are called that? I think it has something to do with recess. EOs and recess appointments are not exactly the same thing.

        • Middle Thinker

          Read Ant's post and then my reply. I stayed on one topic-Executive orders-since you guys said I move from topic to topic.

          • Middle Thinker

            As for recess appointment, this is not new and is covered by the Constitution. The President can make appointments while Congress is on recess, but whoever nominated still has to be approved by the Senate. And if this does not happen, the seat vacates until the next Congress comes in. This has been in effect since 1776. And even presidents on the right have done this. Of course, there is nothing said on the conservative side about this.

          • ant

            Funny, you are spouting the same factually-challenged…um…lies…as the rest of the left. There was no recess…therefore Obama broke the law…a recess appointment means the Senate is actually in recess…they weren't. Which brings up another issue, Harry Reid has repeatedly called 'recesses' in the past without consent from the House. That is a violation of the Constitution as well. The vast majority of the Democrat Party have committed crimes against the People, when is enough enough?

          • Middle Thinker

            According to Congressional Records, President Obama has 32 of these appointments since he was elected. Congress, in its regular duties, voted yea or nay to his appointees.

            In fact, every president has had recess appointments, it is written into the constitution. Geroge W. Bush made 171 during both his adminstrations. Were you saying, "enough is enough," and rallying about crimes over people.

            Regardless of the appointment, Congress still votes for any appointees that come in whether through recess or not. You have a case if the president said the appointees would be made without congressional vote. And if that were the case, conservative media would jump all over it.

            What you are crying about is much ado over nothing. And were probably silent when GWB did the same thing.

          • ant

            What part are you not getting? Obama can now hold Americans indefinitely now on charges such as 'belligerence'. Obama makes 'recess' appointments when there is no 'recess', again..please try to comprehend. Obama sells guns to drug cartels in an effort to use the created hysteria to come down on the people's Constitutional right to bear arms. He's also signed hundreds of executive orders, making an end-run arounf the law on things such as amnesty for criminal illegals, funding for the newly named ACORN, etc.. Much ado about nothing? I think not. I think the problem is partisan igoramuses like youself, that 'ado nothing' while the rats in Washinton 'ado' whatever they damn well please.

            All I can say is, Dear Lord, please let the affects of Obama's tyranny fall on the heads of the leftards first.

          • docjohndenver

            Although I know you are just trying to help we should probably not try to explain something that everybody already knows, ant. Even Who'sMyDaddy understands there was no recess. This is pure Saul Alinsky stuff. Break the rules, lie about them, and then accuse the other side of lying. It is straight out of "Rules for Radicals" or whatever that stupid book they made me read in undergrad was.

        • HooDoo Daddy

          PLEASE get some rest, doc…

  • HooDoo Daddy

    You gonna be the first to pop, Doc

    • HooDoo Daddy

      Your many repudiations of Daily Kos and HuffPo indicate that you wouldn't know a fact if it crawled into your ear through your stethoscope.

  • HooDoo Daddy

    Therefore, why should anyone bother with facts when poking you Blacksphere trolls?

    • docjohndenver

      Dear IdiotDaddy, those last three worthless posts could have all been in one if you had the ability to form a complex thought. I won't pop if this loser gets reelected. I'm fine. I will just feel sorry for all my patients who are suffering because of this economy. As for my stethoscope, it actually has digital enhancement audio so nothing can crawl through it. BTW, did I mention you're an idiot?

      • ant

        Now I know, Doc. He can only type one line at a time because he's out 'occupying' some place that's still warm and is using a bike as a generator. Only enough juice to type one line and then it's back to pedaling. Marijuana probably explains a lot of it too.

    • ant

      Somebody doesn't know the definition of a 'troll'. But what would you expect from someone that thinks Huffpo and Daily Kos contain facts and rational thought?

      • HooDoo Daddy

        The Daily Kos provides the most accurate and up-to-date information on polling and political trends, bar none. Huffpo is arguably the most thorough and accurate look at current affairs (politics, entertainment, sports, comedy, art, etc., etc., etc.), bar none. Both sites are brutal on Obama and his foibles. Conversly, we both know that the delicious fabrications that you Blacksphere trolls gobble up are served up for you by a right-wing, Australian corporate pirate. Stupid Americans' brains on the barbie?? As I have previously stated, you cavemen thrive on misinformation and vitriol, so these modern, dynamic sites are anathema to the direction you are headed.

        • ant

          What a joke. Vitriol? Really? Not a day goes by that Daily Kos isn't declaring that conservatives are terrorists that want to kill puppies. I go read the comments at Kos just to see insanity and rabid, hatefilled, mis-informed rants. It's a riot!!
          Huffpo, yeah, one example… so some of us know that insider trading is Okie-dokie for congress-pigs, just not for the little people..so when Pelosi as Speaker makes out pretty well on IPO stock by shelving and changing legislation to suit her client-corporation people…and HuffPo's only story about it comes from the angle of Pelosi's office and Huffpo deems it 'okay…no big deal', you can tell me that same Huffpo is 'thoroough and accurate' with a straight face? Puh-leaze!

          • HooDoo Daddy

            Here is the key difference between us, ant: I never read the sites that produce the fabrications and wild distortions that you guys fuel your hatred with because I know what I will find there—corporate funded inflammatory slander. Plain and simple. And as for you guys, you will never admit that you look to our favorite sites when you want the accurate scoop. Impasse.

          • ant

            Yes, HooDoo, Wall Street and the Corporations are revealing crimes and cronyism between themselves and Washington. (but only on conservative sites because..uh..we're in on it….we just wanna get caught…uh…nothing is better for business than publicly announcing your crimes…even if you have to spend your own ill-begotten funds to confess..)That makes a lot of sense. Roll another one.

          • ant

            Huffington is worth millions and she doesn't even pay her bloggers. What were you saying before about slave-wages? If you patronize her site, you're part of the problem. She's a 1%.

  • Middle Thinker

    And by the way my reference point is the Federal Registry. But of course, you guys don't trust my information even if it comes from non-partisan sources (LOL)

  • Christine Allen

    Kevin….your post was on point. However; I don't believe the country will every get back to "normal." We haven't been normal for a long time. When we have the main stream media telling everyone how to think, what to eat, how to behave (among other things), we'll NEVER be normal. I can say the opposite of what Michelle Obama said…"For the first time in a long time, I'm NOT proud of my government and what we've become." And NOW Obama's cutting our military?!?!?! He just put a giant bulls eye on the back of America and told China, Russia, and N. Korea that we are weakening our forces and you can hit us at any time. Executive Order my backside!!!!! This is NOT a dictatorship! This a republic! And Obama needs to get over himself and see the light! I get so PO'd at all this BS. If we stop name calling each other and band together to keep the constitution alive, then America would be a much better place!

    • blknred

      You make some good points, but the banding together will never happen. This administration (and the left in general) want to do away with the constitution.

  • So What

    I guess then by Grudges thinking whites cant critize the unknown and his wife who are at present living off of welfare in the peoples house

  • docjohndenver

    Christine, well said. The problem is, for half of this country "banding together" means everyone holding their hands out at the same time. Sad, but true. Our country will allow this nutjob to break the law all he wants as long as they get theirs. Heck, just look at this site. Intelligent people like Middle and DS are defending "recess appointments" when there was no recess. I am sure they would feel the same if Bush had done recess appointments when there was no recess. LOL. The entire media and left (as if there is a distinction outside of Fox) act as if this is just hardball politics. When in fact is unlawful and unconstitutional. You would think they would demand a higher payoff for their souls, wouldn't you?

    • HooDoo Daddy

      '…well said"? What a laugh. Oh God yes, nutjobs, a consumer protection agency is soooo nefarious. Froth on, people, froth on….

    • Downsouth

      Right doc. Obama is stealing our freedom, raising our taxes and now he's making recess appointments. The president has ruined this country in three years. Like the rest of you I don't see it, but it must be true because talk radio says it everyday and the liberal media don't say it.

      • ant

        We know you don't see it. That is the problem. Please take the time to see this;
        http://iowahawk.typepad.com/iowahawk/2011/03/feed

        Look at the first example, now this is just government spending for a year, not the crippling debt already accrued, if we took all the assets of the two biggest corporations in America, Exxon and Walmart, we would only cover government expenses from Jan. 1 to Jan. 4. Scared yet? Angry? You should be.

      • docjohndenver

        Well, DS, I am glad you finally have come around. For that, you win, well nothing. Cause there is nothing in anyone's coffers to give you.

      • docjohndenver

        Oh, and DS, I was actually quite critical of Bush. It just seems to me like Obama has taken everything he bitched about Bush doing and tripled it. Let's see, rendition, gitmo, bailouts, deficit spending, poor relations with Congress, ridiculous foreign policy of dissing our friend Israel while not wanting to offend Iran's leaders during THE critical uprising of the last 40 years. So no, Obama didn't run it into the ground by himself. He just has hastened the process. He is, quite honestly, the most incompetent thin-skinned, self-absorbed leader of any kind I have seen in my lifetime (or maybe a close second to Nixon). Heck, I think the Republicans are one of the worst run organizations I have ever seen. They are addicted to earmarks and bailouts. The only worse group is the Democrats. And some of the Republicans are coming around. Haven't seen a single Democrat serious about changing their spending habits. If Obama wanted to really change the fiscal house order he could do it in a heartbeat given the way his followers think his every move is godlike.

        • Downsouth

          "dissing our friend Israel"? When Clinton was on the plane, on her way to Israel to discuss freezing settlements to re-start the peace talks, Israel announce that they will vastly increase settlements. That's a friend? No that's a diss! Israel can do whatever they want right or wrong and we are suppose to say "it's OK, they are our friends". Ridiculous

        • Downsouth

          Doc, did you know that on January 4, 2006 President Bush made 12 recess appointments? Did you know that President Bush made 12 times more recess appointments than President Obama? Did you refer to him as "lawless"?

          • docjohndenver

            DS, to quote Reagan (sort of): "there you go again". "Bush did it, too" is not a valid argument for bad behavior. To answer your question, I referred to Bush as "wrong" when he made recess appointments because I did not agree with them but they were during recess and therefore lawful and judicially precedented. I refer to what Obama did as breaking Constitutional law because as far as I know there is not a lawful way around what he did given there was no recess. If Bush did it while there was not a recess it was unconstitutional. I am not aware that he did. Please inform us if he did, but once again, I am waiting for you to call Obama on ANYTHING he does. There is absolutely no way to give a president a pass for recess appointments when there is no recess. It is backhanded dictatorial governance by fiat. It is not just wrong. It is unlawful. Apparently unlike you, I am willing to call out people I voted for when they act in a manner unbecoming to their position and our country. A little surprising. I still want to believe his action here was not okay with you. If it was, then you really believe he is an emperor and not a president.

          • Downsouth

            12 recess appointment while congress was gone for Christmas break, does it matter if 2 republicans stayed behind so they can say "we are still in session". Recess appointments were used long before Bush. If you were not so anti-Obama, you would be upset with Republicans for using political tricks in an attempt to circumvent the constitution and infringe on the constitutional right of the president to make such appointments. There was no congressional business being conducted. They were in recess.

          • docjohndenver

            Well, at least you answered my question. There are people put in jail all the time for the letter of the law. Some things are wrong and some are illegal. What Bush did was wrong, and I said so at the time. What Obama did was wrong and unconstitutional. And when it comes to political maneuverings this administration has re-written the book. On arguably the biggest piece of legislation since the voting rights act Obama went "nuclear" to push it through. Remember back to when even the MSM were saying, "Oh, he will not push this through using the nuclear option." Of course, when he did they all went silent but that is another story. Basically, DS, you have made it obvious that if there is a law or constitutional rule that your side does not agree with, you don't even need to find a way to LEGALLY get around it. You can just re-write the rules and say "the devil (repubs) made me do it". And to blame the Republicans for using political maneuvering when you support this guy is laughable. Once again, DS, is there ANYTHING after 3 whole years of leadership that you would take issue with? Because if not, you probably should be on the administration payroll.

          • ant

            A pro forma session, and one in which the books are declared open has been used for a long time, and Harry Reid was a big abuser of it to spit in Bush's face. I don't suppose you complained then, after all one of Bush's appointment was an American of Hispanic descent that the tolerant liberals declared as "not Hispanic enough". But Bush put up with it, and didn't declare "We can't wait" authority. But just as Bush actually got Congressional approval and a global coalition pertaining to Iraq but he was a criminal, Obama can use military options wherever and whenever he pleases if it means radical Islam will come out on top……..crickets.

          • ant

            Is this how we want to be? Shall we say that freedom and our Republic went down with the wimper of 'moral relativism'? Let's pretend for a second that Bush ignored the Constitution and law but we let him get away with it, so Obama comes in, and further erodes the law and our rights..but then People say, "It's okay, Bush did it.". Then another President after Obama rules by fiat to an even further extent…the People say, "Aw, Bush and Obama did it..". Do you see how insidious that attitude is?

            Why should we have prisons at all, those criminals didn't do anything others haven't done before? Ridiculous attitude…and wrong anyway, since, as has already been explained the Senate WASN"T IN RECESS!

  • ant

    oops, meant Osama not Hussein Obama. I confused skinny Kenyans with skinny Saudis.

  • HooHooHoo

    Cheers, DS and Middle! Hope you don't waste too much more time on these idjiots!

    • ant

      Awww, we will miss your informed intelligent debate. Oh wait..no.. I mean delusion and lies. See you in November…will you be the guy on the news flipping cars over when boyking-Barry loses or will you be lighting the Molotov cocktails?

    • docjohndenver

      HooDoo, please do not mistake yourself for DS or Middle. We know you are used to sites where bumper sticker tag lines are considered brilliant. Here, we ask for a little more.

  • Downsouth

    Even conservative economist agree that the trends in the national unemployment numbers Represent an improving economy. From RedDogReport (conservative) "The hiring gains cap a six-month stretch in which the economy generated 100,000 jobs or more in each month. That hasn’t happened since April 2006. The economy has also added about 230,000 new manufacturing jobs. That hasn't happened since June 1993." I know this doesn't fit the narrative that "Obama made it worst", but you just have to choke on the facts. All of my friends on theblacksphere are so well-informed, I know this is not new news. This is the kind of tyranny, lawlessness, and incompotence I can live with.

    • ant

      Yes, I did read that 200,000 jobs have been added to the economy. Not all of them manufacturing, as you claim, the list includes retail trade, which could be seasonal, transportation, and others. That is fairly good news, but not great. Still, three years after Stimulus money was handed out to mostly political cromies like candy, and three years of Obama already, when did these job numbers start to inch up? After a cleaning out of Dems in office in 2010..including Pelosi as Speaker. And an approaching end for the Tyrant-in-Chief….coincidence? Probably not. Why do those States with Republican Governors such as Texas and Louisianna have better job numbers overall..while Dem States like California find themselves in a position to loot the taxpayer once more to avoid catastrophe? Not to mention the fortitude and optimism of employers in many cases, your credit is misplaced.

      • Downsouth

        I don't exspect anything different ant. Everything bad is because of Obama, everything good he has nothing to do with it. Sounds like partisan BS to me! Just like your Republican Governor BS. Unenployment: Florida 10%, Rhode Island 10.5%, Mississippi 10.5%, Nevada 13%, Alabama 9.9%, South Carolina 9.9%. All Republican governors. And Texas 8.1% what are you talking about??? 8.1% is not even close to "better job numbers overall"

        • ant

          8.6% National. Besides the regimes new math, like don't count those that have given up or those not receiving unemployment, I'm pretty sure they're not counting the increased suicides under the regime either. 8.6% was the dastardly number that we were told unemployment would reach WITHOUT stimulus spending. Pravda marches on.

          • Downsouth

            ant, other people use that BS to fool you and you try it on everybody else and it don't work. Just like the Republican Gov. BS. Here is the truth that talk radio didn't tell you. The "regimes new math" is the only way unemployment has ever been counted. President Obama did not envent a new way to count unemployment.

          • ant

            Ha. It's all new, unemployment hasn't had to be counted this high and this long since before WWII and back then we had the advantage of not having a regime and former-Speaker that thought Unemployment and food stamps were awesome. Discounting those that give up looking for work is new and is also a new phenomenon in that never have so many that want one been so disheartened at the prospects of finding a job.

          • Downsouth

            "give up looking"? Why would you count someone who "give up looking"? That means you don't want to work. I don't know anyone not working who can afford to "give up looking".

          • docjohndenver

            DS, once again your world must be much different than mine. On an incredibly busy day I might see forty people. In my practice at least twenty five percent of people are unemployed or barely employed (probably more). Every day at least two people use those exact exasperated words, "I have given up looking". Generally, their unemployment has ran out, they have no marketable skill, and their will is just about broken. It doesn't mean they "don't want to work". I disagree with their approach, but yes, most of us think those people should be counted. Incidentally, did I miss where you answered my question if Obama has done ANYTHING wrong or poorly in the last three years of his masterful leadership?

          • Downsouth

            Ok lets recalculate all unemployment rates for the last 30 years. And we can also count those people who never looked for a job. They are unemployed. The government has always counted people looking for work in unemployment calculations. You only think people not looking for work should be counted because you think it will hurt Obama. Keep trying. That's better than "he started his political career in the home of a terrorist" or "his preacher hates America". I don't agree with everything Obama does. I did not like the escalation in Afganastan, I did not like not closing Gitmo, I did not like when he gave-in on extending the Bush tax cuts. I don't develop my thoughts based on the fact that I'm a Democrat unlike people on this site who would cut their own thoat if they thought it would hurt Obama.

          • Meshuggahboy

            Did you ever consider the idea that people who have given up looking for work should also be counted because of the fact that they're not working?

          • docjohndenver

            DS, I am thrilled to hear you finally admit that those afghanistan and gitmo policies are exactly the opposite of what Obama screamed from the rooftops about. I would not cut my own throat to hurt Obama, but its weird being on that side of it, isn't it? George Bush was a basically good man, he did what he thought was right, and I voted for him. It hurt to have the left (and ALL of them, mind you) bludgeon him mercilessly in the last few years. Even though I didn't agree with much of what he did I thought he got crucified as some sort of second Satan in his second term. And for what? You can disagree with it, but he did what he thought was right. It makes no difference if it bothers you to hear it, though. Obama DID sit for twenty years under a preacher who hates America. He DID start his political career in the house of a convicted terrorist. And by the way, ant is right. The calculations of unemployment numbers changed at the beginning of this administration. It remains to be seen if it continues to be done this way once Obama is out. But hey, hopefully we'll get to see in about a year. PS, sorry about those Bayou Bengals.

          • ant

            And Obama harshly criticized Bush for running budget deficits before his run for messiah, promising that he would never do that and that "at some point, when you find yourself in a hole, you stop digging". So why, I wonder aloud to DS and others, did Obama commence to tripling the depth and width of that hole?

          • Peaches

            W was basically good if you don't count that mass murderer thing. But I guess that pales in comparison to the atrocities that the Obamas commit while on vacation…

          • docjohndenver

            Peaches, if you think Bush was a "mass murderer" you obviously took a wrong turn on your way to the daily kos. If Bush was a mass murderer than Obama is too for all the people killed just by drones that he has ordered. Calling a president a mass murderer because you don't agree with the war just makes you look like the idiot that you obviously are. Sorry, but it's the truth. I happen to not agree with a lot of what has happened from a foreign policy standpoint by both of these guys but they are not "mass murderers". Saying idiotic things like that just kills debate. Oh, I'm sorry did I use the word "kill"? That probably makes me a murderer in your progressive pretend world. Now, take your zoloft and go back to reading Saul Alinsky.

          • Peaches

            He sent our ill-equipped guys and gals to be butchered in an unjust and staged conflict. He oversaw the masacre of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis. He is every bit the mass murderer that I say he is. But who wants to believe an American president is capable of such atrocities?

          • ant

            No, what you mean is the Democrat Congress that approved the invasions underfunded our troops (as usual) on items such as body-armor, ammunition, etc. and THEN proceeded to undermine our troops by railing against the very action they gave permission for, accused our troops of the worst attrocities (Ironically, even comparing them to the murderous commie regimes that the Dems actually hold dear to their hearts), once again, calling them baby-killers and rapists (just like they did a few short decades ago) thereby, giving aid, comfort and the tools of propaganda to the enemy.

            Of course, I suppose, killing 3,000 citizens in the World Trade Center is NOT mass-murder. I'm amazed at the libtarded idea that people alive in America today should pay for the century old sin of slavery, but the current murders of the 'religion of peace' are excusable and not worth doing anything but rolling over for.

          • ant

            You want to know who oversaw the mass murders of thousands of Iraqi's, it was the Hussein family. You know the ones that were found guilty by their own people in a trial and sentenced to death. Funny, 'war criminal' Bush permitted Saddam to be put to justice by a jury of his people. What would Barack have done? Probably given him the Qaddafi treatment, I suppose. How's that Obama muslim outreach thing goin' for ya? Do they love us yet?

          • Peaches

            You house Negroes are doing a great job of defending these corporate murderers, though. I guess nobody is supposed to notice that these corporate killers have rebranded themselves as the "Tea Party".

          • docjohndenver

            Dear administrator, if you are going to delete a slam back at an idiot like this, would you please see to it to delete comments using terms like "house Negroes"?

          • docjohndenver

            ant, I actually agree with you. The administrators of this site, in order to increase the traffic clearly, have begun to protect people that are clearly the scum of the earth. Be back in a while, but need a break. The Hoodoo's and Peaches of the world are really not worth it.

          • Peaches

            Gee, doc, hate to see you get so riled. i was so enjoying our exchange…

          • Peaches

            I am starting to feel some negativity developing in our relationship…

          • ant

            Yeah, the TeaParty, those evil retired Americans and working class folk from all walks of life daring to want a 'redress of grievances' How wrong they were about government fiscal responsibility…I mean..look how better off we are with all that spending..what's a little credit downgrade and selling our grandkids into debt as long as Obama and his cronies get a piece of the pie. "A kenyan's greed runs an America in need".

            Tea Party. hmmph. Remember all the rampant drug use, using children as shields and to stop trains, the rapes, the murders, the arson, the vandalism, the violence, the sheer stupidity..half of 'em couldn't even express the reason they were there. Remember the hypocrisy of ruining local business, yelling at waitresses but letting rich moguls and politicians off the hook. The ignorance of history and economics. The filth and rodents..the in-your-face racism, the hypocrisy and arrogance, the parasitic 'give me' attitude…oh wait, that wasn't the Tea Party..that was your guys at Occupoop.

          • ant

            Oh wait, didn't the idea from Occupoop come from two Canadians at Adbusters?..hey.. they're on Soros' payroll, same as Obama..actually, now that I think of it, Obama's new head of Domestic policy the racist reconquista La-Raza card-carrying Munoz was also on Soros' payroll in at least two former positions… but Soros is kindof an 'International banker' type, even made tons of money off of an oil company in Brazil after Obama gave that company our money to drill and develop, while putting the 'boot on the neck' of our own County's capacity to drill…Hmm. very complicated..why would a couple guys like Soros and Soetero, who give so much lip service to the lefty religion of enviromentalism, the Occupy movement, and the like be collaborating to make money from foreign oil (I thought that was a Republican thing), to create and foment class warfare when they are the upper class? To install people in government who work on behalf of foreign invaders? And every body on the same payroll of Soros, the puppetmaster that thinks the UN should vote for OUR representatives. Strange..not very grassroots..if you ask me..but I wouldn't expect you useful idiots to figure it out.

          • ant

            PS, Peaches, while you're busy recollecting on what a criminal Bush and the Republicans are..keep in mind what regime is spying on you right now for using social media and collecting information on everything said by journalists, on twitter, etc….which regime is keeping the voting records of the parents of public school children (they can manage that but they can't find illegal aiens..strange, no?)…which regime would rather send Mexicans to school and give them jobs than you…which regime can now arrest or assassinate American citizens without formal charges, suspending Habeas Corpus..which regime feels it 'Can't Wait' and follow the Constitution or answer to the people..that shuts down American businesses that haven't contributed to the regime…that sells guns to drug cartels..that thinks it can use the Oval office to campaign (not allowed, in case you didn't know)…that has expanded the oppressive powers of the EPA and others…that thinks it can tell you what to eat..force you to purchase a product..just think about that

          • ant

            Nah, nothing like the slow death of destroying the economy and prosperity of your own people. Nothing like a President that hangs his re-election hopes on the violence and hatred caused by pitting groups of people against each other. Nothing like the slow death of Americans by causing insolvency, destroying job prospects, raising energy prices, etc..forget the American dream, most of us will be lucky to have food on our plate if Obama gets 4 more years..forget about the thousands of new cases of homeless children since Obama's reign.. I'm sure that Hawaii trip helped them..hmmm, seems like $4million could've went a long way to helping those children the Dems policies have made homeless. Bush atrocities? Bush is a punter compared to the pain and misery 8 years of Obama would foist on to his 'alleged' own American citizens.

          • Peaches

            ant, you gotta give up either the Red Bull or the meth,

          • docjohndenver

            DS, I am starting to feel some negativity developing in our relationship. Does this mean you aren't going to ask me to dinner for jumbalaya when I come down there next month? LOL. Have a great rest of the week. It's snowing here. Vail this weekend, baby. It is all good.

          • Lloyd

            Kind of jealous Doc as I grew up in the Springs. Miss the snow, but I fear I've grown too old and clumsy to enjoy it as I did as a teen! Go Broncos!

          • docjohndenver

            Lloyd, the only saving grace for our advancing age is that the new skis are wide and short. Go Broncos is right, baby. We are the greatest 8-8 team in history. Well, that didn't sound very exciting but it was heartfelt, believe me.

          • Lloyd

            Doc, make it 9-8 team and it does not sound so bad. I agree that Hoodoo, Peaches, slickwilly jr are not worth it as I tire of just name calling, especially without any substance. You do a fine job of education as does ant, middle and ds. Those posts I read, the others are a waste.

          • Downsouth

            Doc, the word is WHO DAT!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Guest woman

    here's one for tonight………… L.S. U. !!!!

    • docjohndenver

      Here's one for yesterday: Broncos 29, Steelers 23! TEBOW!!!!!

      • Guest woman

        I come dragging my tail this morning. **sigh*** the Tigers beat themselves

        • docjohndenver

          Guest woman, do what I do when my team loses. Drink a large diet coke as fast as you can. It doesn't help the long-term pain, but when it comes out your nose it makes you forget about the game for at least thirty seconds.

          • Guest woman

            ha! I just went to bed…. I don't drink diet coke or nothing else except water… lol

        • Lloyd

          Guest Woman, I understand as the Tide rolled us Hogs and you guys chewed us up. 2012 will be a new season with a new president! It will be a good year!

          • Guest woman

            Gawd! I hope so… I hope so. lol… Miles better watch out though… there are some MAD Tiger Fans.

          • docjohndenver

            Guest woman, please tell everyone down there that Miles should be fired so we can get him up here to coach CU. He is one of the greatest coaches in the game. One loss and they're mad? You have got to be kidding me. You're joking, right? Seriously?

          • Lloyd

            Welcome to the SEC, Doc, where sports are everything with football as king. Down here we treat our coaches like the Yankees treat their players and coaches. We constantly complain about how stupid they were, but they are our dummies and you can't have them! Enjoy the slopes!

  • HarlemtoAtl

    Hey I'm glad you are black because I can say this with all sincerity. You one crazy N##GG**

    • SlickWillyJr.
  • SlickWillyJr.

    Obama didn't have yo' gingerbread house repossessed! You gingerbread is gone because of CRACKERS!!!