Grim Facts

Oct. 1st, 2011 09:41 am
icubud: (Dark Jester)

It is my opinion that the MSM (main stream media) is doing what they
can to aid O to secure a second term. I am referring in this post to the
ridiculous swirl they keep churning over the Republican primary
contenders. First they stoked it up for Trump (fade away), then Palin
(she has not given in), then Perry (he’s in but now the focus of MSM
negative spin), and now Christie who many months ago said no but they
keep it up because:

1. They want him in because in reality he will be a weak candidate and
absentee in his state leadership. Erode the pool of the candidates so
Romney will be the pick.

2. Add unsatisfactory feelings toward those in the primaries which is
being spinned to make Romney the man of the Rep ticket WHICH is a pretty
safe bet that O will then when the next presidential election.


What liberals and MSM do not want is someone with fire in their veins
(see Perry, Bachman, Paul). These three will push for much needed
systemic change in the government which may translate into undoing some
if not much of the liberal, socialist agenda that has choked our nation.
Think that is harsh? Look across the pond and what do you see (in the
EU)? Look further in land into Russia and do you see leaders or
contenders for power that are “of the people, by the people”? The Perry,
Bachman and Paul variables are just that. I am not sure of which one I
would vote for but I do know that I am not for Romney.


And despite the attempts of the MSM, socialists and liberals in our
country – our nation still contains flesh and blood voters that have
religious/spiritual Judeo-Christian beliefs WHICH an O would win over a
Romney ultimately because on this fundamental foundational issue: it
gets down to a Christian vs. Mormon. Mormonism is a cult and if it helps
you can say a Christian-like cult. Much of what they believe does not
hold up to a Judeo-Christian questioning which is what O’s radical
religion can do. Wright and whomever he has been seeing since do
conveniently fall under the moniker. Again – its about votes. Though O
is supposed to be about diversity and change wait and see what the MSM
churns out if and when the Republican ticket is Romney.


It is a brilliant plan.


Grim Facts

Oct. 1st, 2011 09:41 am
icubud: (Dark Jester)

It is my opinion that the MSM (main stream media) is doing what they
can to aid O to secure a second term. I am referring in this post to the
ridiculous swirl they keep churning over the Republican primary
contenders. First they stoked it up for Trump (fade away), then Palin
(she has not given in), then Perry (he’s in but now the focus of MSM
negative spin), and now Christie who many months ago said no but they
keep it up because:

1. They want him in because in reality he will be a weak candidate and
absentee in his state leadership. Erode the pool of the candidates so
Romney will be the pick.

2. Add unsatisfactory feelings toward those in the primaries which is
being spinned to make Romney the man of the Rep ticket WHICH is a pretty
safe bet that O will then when the next presidential election.


What liberals and MSM do not want is someone with fire in their veins
(see Perry, Bachman, Paul). These three will push for much needed
systemic change in the government which may translate into undoing some
if not much of the liberal, socialist agenda that has choked our nation.
Think that is harsh? Look across the pond and what do you see (in the
EU)? Look further in land into Russia and do you see leaders or
contenders for power that are “of the people, by the people”? The Perry,
Bachman and Paul variables are just that. I am not sure of which one I
would vote for but I do know that I am not for Romney.


And despite the attempts of the MSM, socialists and liberals in our
country – our nation still contains flesh and blood voters that have
religious/spiritual Judeo-Christian beliefs WHICH an O would win over a
Romney ultimately because on this fundamental foundational issue: it
gets down to a Christian vs. Mormon. Mormonism is a cult and if it helps
you can say a Christian-like cult. Much of what they believe does not
hold up to a Judeo-Christian questioning which is what O’s radical
religion can do. Wright and whomever he has been seeing since do
conveniently fall under the moniker. Again – its about votes. Though O
is supposed to be about diversity and change wait and see what the MSM
churns out if and when the Republican ticket is Romney.


It is a brilliant plan.


icubud: (Default)

To my way of thinking this is more proof positive that TPTB and that includes the Republican Party do not want real POSITIVE change to occur in our government. The full story is here and here is a few jaw dropping blurbs:

As The Daily Beast put it: “The new top tier of Bachmann, Perry, and Romney — created by Bachmann’s Iowa straw poll win, Perry’s entry into the race and Romney’s lead so far in many national and state polls — has unleashed torrents of talk about the reshaped race.” Paul’s name was not mentioned in this piece nor in many others. A Wall Street Journal editorial Monday magnanimously granted Paul’s showing in the straw poll a parenthetical dismissal: “(Libertarian Ron Paul, who has no chance to win the nomination, finished a close second.)” But “close” does not fully describe Paul’s second-place finish. Paul lost to Bachmann by nine-tenths of one percentage point, or 152 votes out of 16,892 cast.
 

 There was a deliciously intriguing line in The Washington Post’s fine recap of Ames on Sunday. It said had Paul edged out Bachmann, “it would have hurt the credibility and future of the straw poll, a number of Republicans said.” So don’t blame the media. Here are Republicans, presumably Republican operatives, who said if one candidate wins, the contest is significant, but if another wins the contest is not credible. Amazing. And disturbing. “Well, yes I can get discouraged and dispirited,” Paul told me. “We came so very close. To come that close to winning, it shows my views are very mainstream. And if we are worth our salt and our message is sound and we tell it honestly, we will do well.” Though possibly no one will notice.
icubud: (Default)

To my way of thinking this is more proof positive that TPTB and that includes the Republican Party do not want real POSITIVE change to occur in our government. The full story is here and here is a few jaw dropping blurbs:

As The Daily Beast put it: “The new top tier of Bachmann, Perry, and Romney — created by Bachmann’s Iowa straw poll win, Perry’s entry into the race and Romney’s lead so far in many national and state polls — has unleashed torrents of talk about the reshaped race.” Paul’s name was not mentioned in this piece nor in many others. A Wall Street Journal editorial Monday magnanimously granted Paul’s showing in the straw poll a parenthetical dismissal: “(Libertarian Ron Paul, who has no chance to win the nomination, finished a close second.)” But “close” does not fully describe Paul’s second-place finish. Paul lost to Bachmann by nine-tenths of one percentage point, or 152 votes out of 16,892 cast.
 

 There was a deliciously intriguing line in The Washington Post’s fine recap of Ames on Sunday. It said had Paul edged out Bachmann, “it would have hurt the credibility and future of the straw poll, a number of Republicans said.” So don’t blame the media. Here are Republicans, presumably Republican operatives, who said if one candidate wins, the contest is significant, but if another wins the contest is not credible. Amazing. And disturbing. “Well, yes I can get discouraged and dispirited,” Paul told me. “We came so very close. To come that close to winning, it shows my views are very mainstream. And if we are worth our salt and our message is sound and we tell it honestly, we will do well.” Though possibly no one will notice.

Standoff

Jul. 30th, 2011 09:14 am
icubud: (ancient secrets chalk drawing by me)

CNN Quick vote

Which party deserves more blame for the U.S. debt-ceiling standoff?
total votes 35984
Republicans 19677 55%
No difference 9890 27%
Democrats 6417 18%



Poll screenshot 7-30-11 9 a.m. (inserting images is not working)
So what do you think? Are the Republicans the ones who deserve more blame for the debt-ceiling standoff?
The technical answer is Republicans are the ones who came up with cuts as requirement for raising the always increasing debt by there creating a matter where a standoff has occurred. HOWEVER why should they get the bulk of blame for trying to drive fiscal accountability, responsibility and improvements? That is being blamed for being right - which is not the right word to use IMO. Blame implies/means "finding fault with" and that is the wrong verb to use. Now putting on my conspiracy hat - it fits because the powers that be (TPTB) always what to isolate, demonize and remove those who disturb the mob, cause problems with their PLANS/SCHEMES as well as being for being dispersers of morality and ethics. The question is a stacked deck to make individuals think differently about standing up against TPTB for a good cause.

Blame - finding fault with is something I believe is accurately laid on O (the chief empty suit) and the Senate who insist on increasing taxes, little if no budget cuts and no fiscally and ethically restructuring of the big entitlement programs.

Standoff

Jul. 30th, 2011 09:14 am
icubud: (ancient secrets chalk drawing by me)

CNN Quick vote

Which party deserves more blame for the U.S. debt-ceiling standoff?
total votes 35984
Republicans 19677 55%
No difference 9890 27%
Democrats 6417 18%



Poll screenshot 7-30-11 9 a.m. (inserting images is not working)
So what do you think? Are the Republicans the ones who deserve more blame for the debt-ceiling standoff?
The technical answer is Republicans are the ones who came up with cuts as requirement for raising the always increasing debt by there creating a matter where a standoff has occurred. HOWEVER why should they get the bulk of blame for trying to drive fiscal accountability, responsibility and improvements? That is being blamed for being right - which is not the right word to use IMO. Blame implies/means "finding fault with" and that is the wrong verb to use. Now putting on my conspiracy hat - it fits because the powers that be (TPTB) always what to isolate, demonize and remove those who disturb the mob, cause problems with their PLANS/SCHEMES as well as being for being dispersers of morality and ethics. The question is a stacked deck to make individuals think differently about standing up against TPTB for a good cause.

Blame - finding fault with is something I believe is accurately laid on O (the chief empty suit) and the Senate who insist on increasing taxes, little if no budget cuts and no fiscally and ethically restructuring of the big entitlement programs.

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