Friday, July 03, 2009

2010 The New Revolution



"Hope and Change": The shallow phrase chanted as a hypnotic mantra for the brain dead cult followers of the Dalai Bama over the past 2 years, has finally been revealed to not only be empty, but also to be deadly to the future of our country. In just a few short months, Barack Obama has managed to show his cards as to his diabolical plan for the "change" he was promising. I think most casual observers that bought into the slick packaging of "The chosen One" and voted for him, thought that the change he spoke of was relatively innocent; maybe higher taxes for the rich, incentives for the development of green technologies, an end to the Iraq war; sensible "changes" that many could get on board with. Unfortunately, the real Obama plan always was, and is much more draconian and radical. Supported by the most radical leftist Congress in history, with a stroke of a pen he has mortgaged the future of our country by growing the debt with deficit spending more than any other president throughout history, combined. As his chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel said, "you don't want a good crisis to go to waste" and what they are doing is to intentionally create a crisis from which they can claim the need to take drastic measures to "fix" it. They do this all the while blaming the Bush administration for the problems Obama has created. This is of course blatantly dishonest, but hey, being a Demoncrat means never having to be honest. The end always justifies the means. The tidal wave of freedom crushing legislation, executive orders and directives is breathtaking. The Cap and Trade bill, based on the faulty and disputed concept of man-caused global warming, is poised to crush US industry, energy production and family budgets. Obama's healthcare plan will mean the destruction of the greatest healthcare system in the world, increased waits, inferior treatment, and ultimately, loss of care to many who need it. His lack of conviction on a sensible border policy continues to encourage the invasion of illegal aliens, and his deer in the headlights reaction to serious global problems and threats proves to the world that The Dalai Bama is pathetically unprepared and weak on foreign policy. All this adds up to the intentional and calculated demise of the greatest country on earth. Obama's Marxist training has taught him well in the art of deception, misdirection and subversion. Yes, the "Hope and Change" that was promised by this Trojan Horse candidate actually meant take over and destroy, then rebuild as Europe west. The US Constitution be damned.

While Obama and his minions are systematically changing this country into their vision of a socialist utopia, as a Christian, conservative and a believer in the sensibilities of the American people, I am optimistic about the future. I believe that the people of this great country are starting to see the radical nature of this president and his useful idiots in Congress and are starting to see the need for a new revolution in this country. As our forefathers did 233 years ago, we need to revolt against the oppressors and tyrants that are threatening our way of life. Unlike the original revolution, we are able to do this non-violently, but still the term revolution is appropriate. The need is serious and the time is critical. The speed at which Obama is trying to change the country reveals that even he realizes that the probability of him having 2 terms to accomplish his mission is unlikely. What has to happen for us to save our country is to mobilize for the 2010 midterm elections and throw out as many leftists as possible and take away the rubber stamp on his agenda. This will be no simple task in that the MSM is his PR firm and will cheerlead for everything he wants. Like in 1776, it will take ordinary citizens to do extraordinary things to sound the alarm and change the course of history. Our way of life is worth it. Freedom is worth it. As Benjamin Franklin answered when questioned as to what had been given to the citizens of this new country in 1776, he answered, "A republic, if you can keep it."

I think it's worth keeping. That means, it's also worth fighting for. 2010 - The new Revolution!

97 comments:

George W. Bush said...

Actually, I kinda like his policies. They seem very familiar.

scud said...

Guess again simpleton.

George W. Bush said...

Whadaya mean? He's balloonin' the national debt, he's assuming extra constitutional powers, he's maintainin' my domestic spy programs, he's keepin' my war goin', and he's hatin' on the fags. Plus, he's coverin' my ass from criminal prosecution tahboot! Hell, I'm thinkin' of votin' for him in 2012.

Anonymous said...

Gosh Spud, no wonder you haven't posted anything new for awhile. From the looks of this stuff..."hypnotic mantra, brain dead cult, diabolical plan, radical leftist, draconian and radical, blatantly dishonest, tidal wave of freedom crushing legislation, invasion of illegal aliens, Dalai Bama, Trojan Horse candidate, Obama and his minions, socialist utopia" etc. etc. You've been a busy little bee, with no spare time left to devote to your blog, what with therapy, organizing the next revolution and working on your Fox News creative writing course.

scud said...

Haha! Im impressed that you're paying attention. Maybe there's hope for you. You're right though, I have been a busy bee trying to make money in this "Obameconomy". It is almost impossible. Having an economic child in the whitehouse is killing business. But as I stated, that's his plan, and it IS Diabolical and intentional.

Jeff said...

Scud: the economy was tattered way before Obama came along. If you want some one to blame for your dire economic straights, point the finger at your buddy Ronald Reagan.

You may suddenly bemoan public debt - which, by the way, started to rise under Reagan. But it was the 1982 GSG Depository Act that ushered in the Era of Heavy Leaverage. Since deposits are insured by the Federal government, the Gipper gave these people license to gamble with public money. And what did we get in return? A catastrophic melt down that costs the taxpayers more than $100 billion dollars: The S&L debacle.

But what about the second pillar of the current meltdown? We find its origins during the Reagan Error as well. In the 1980s, the Administration ended New Deal mortgage restrictions that made it possible to "purchase" a house with no money down.

Since his brain was addled by Alzheimers, Reagan's memory of the Depression was faded. Chiseling at the New Deal, he created an environment of loose credit and easy lending. From the Washington administration until the Depression, we've had a financial crisis every 10 to 15 years. From the New Deal until 1980, there were none. As a result of deregulation, we've had two major financial meltdowns in the last 30 years. Keep it up, Gipper. Your buddy Scud won't be happy until he's picking sand crabs off the beaches along Lake Superior.

Jeff said...

Hey, scud, have you ever been to Palisade Head? It is a series of Precambrian cliffs that jut out of Lake Superior.

scud said...

Been there many times - it's beautiful. And yes, both parties have dirty hands when it comes to this mess, but you have to admit that what Obama is doing is unprecedented and insane. We can't grow out of the debt he's racking up, then adding into that the costs for healthcare and cap and trade, and we're really screwed.

Go to the north shore if you can. It's amazing.

Anonymous said...

I despise this president. The epic disaster that greets us everyday from Washington is beyond depressing. It's sheer lunacy. I love how the lib dem have such an addiction for looking backwards and blaming previous administrations and their spending habits, ignoring the fact that Captain Apology's deficit dwarfs all of history's spend. At what point does reality set in and you have to conclude the obvious? How long can anyone defend what Uuhbama is doing?

Anonymous said...

It's obvious that most Republicans still prefer the Hebert Hoover style of governing to the FDR model. And it's obvious they will continue to whine incessantly as Obama works to undo the damage done to the country by this latest bout of Conservative economic lunacy. Though they have proven time and again that they're extremely slow learners. One would think that eventually, even they would come to understand that this pipe dream of business policing itself. With no government oversight needed, has all the merit of letting the fox guard the hen house. But incredibly they are unable get a grasp on even this undeniable fact.

The Great Depression was ended not by following the Conservative proposals of less government, less debt and less spending. But by the exact opposite: the huge fiscal stimulus made necessary by World War 2. A time when government debt and spending reached levels not surpassed until the recently. And this stimulus resulted in the longest economic boom in the country's history.

But all the debate over policy aside, the previous poster did give us an insight as to the true reason the right so vehemently opposes everything Obama does, when he said. I despise this president.

scud said...

Dearest simpleton,
Your ability to look past all the facts and cherry pick the ones that fit your socialist fantasy certainly labels you as one of the Dalai Bama's greatest admirers. The truth about the depression was that FDR made things worse. Of course the war helped end the depression but that's because emplowment had to increase to meet demand. The reason for post WWII prosperity was Gov't getting out of the way and allowing business to expand and flourish. Taxes were low, except on the super rich, and regulation was minimal. This allowed business to innovate and expand. That's what saved the US economy. And that's what needs to happen now. Obama is blowing up the economy so he and his commie friends can change the country into their socialist utopian vision. Read history please.

Jeff said...

Things are looking up. Scud makes the case for stimulus spending.

FDR did make "things worse" by taking his foot off the gas. Roosevelt responded to hints of recovery by cutting the Works Progress Administration in half. The Depression continued until the ultimate stimulus package known as the Second World War finally ended the slump.

But here's the curious part: Scud is happy with the post-war level of government intervention. In other words, he's pleased with the types of New Deal regulations that Ronald Reagan so desperately wanted to end in the 1980s. His successes in that endeavor led us to where we are now. The end.

Anonymous said...

Dearest Crud, your ignorance is destined to be considered legendary. A word of advice, if you're going to engage in factual political debates, don't use Fox News, Rush, O"Really and Michele B as your sources.

As for your imaginative claim that the U.S. had low tax rates and minimal regulations after the Second World War. I can only say you should take you own advice and "Read history please." Though it's hard to know for sure, since you spend most of your effort throwing in all those literary flourishes in lieu of facts. I'll take it that you're speaking of the federal income tax levels. I'll also assume you know a little about how these taxes are calculated under a " marginal tax" system. Which, for your benefit, means if you have an income of 70K and the tax rate is 35%, you only pay 35% on a portion of your income not the whole 70K. If you're still confused, I'll be happy to explain it to you in detail. Here's a little tax "history" you can read for yourself. A chart of the Federal Income Tax rates, starting with their inception. Historical Income Tax Rates. As for your laughable minimal regulations claim. The majority of the regulations FDR put in place, remained for the most part until your boys Ron Reagan, Phil Graham and Dick Armey started undoing them in the 80's. Which of course, made possible the business climate that lead to today's economic meltdown.

Now I may be simpleton, but reaching that level will be a step up the evolutionary scale for you.

Jeff said...

Ever wonder what Minnesota Republicans do with the money scud sends them?

scud said...

You guys are fun. Bottom line: You're defending your hero Bama? Seriously, there's no way any rational person with a basic knowledge of finance can get behind the disaster that the dems are forcing on the country. Right? I assume we can agree that Barry is a disaster. Please tell me that you understand this.

Jeff said...

Settle down, Scud. Obama has had 1/16th the time to fix the country that George Bush had to fsck it up.

It's like Obama is trying to organize touch football on a field that Bush gutted with a bulldozer then salted so nothing could ever grow again. Sure, we could play on rutted slop with boulders laying about, but I'm willing to wait until he re-plants some grass and re-chalks the lines....

scud said...

Wow. For all your supposed economic knowledge, you disappoint me. You're delusional. You know if McCain were doing this you'd be screaming. But since it's your guy, you're going to cut him slack until there's nothing left of this country.

Yes, I'll agree that it's only taken the pretender in chief 1/16th the time in office to take a struggling plane and rather than steadying the flight, has put it into an intentional nosedive.

Heywood Jablowme said...

No shit Scud, trashing the other sides guy and making excuses for your own is pretty much the way these things always play out. Witness your hysteria about all things Obama and your 8 year defense of the Bush train wreck.

Your persecution complex is showing again.

Jeff said...

Scud: I'm not an economist but I play one on this blog. If McCain and his precious snowbilly were in office, my problem with them would likely be similar to my problem with Obama: inadequate spending.

I think the annual rate of contraction since the onset of the Great Recession has been about 3.8%. Rudimentary math tells me the Obama stimulus is at least 300 billion short and it seems unlikely he'll acquire additional funds. I suspect his team has placed some faith in some of its other initiatives, say green power and grid modernization. But you know me, I'm a man of little - do I have any? - faith.

If McCain was spending money on infrastructure, then I would not "be screaming." A road in need of repair will be fixed eventually. The point of this program is to compress the cycle in order to bridge GDP shortfalls. Deficit spending on entitlements is a completely different affair. I expect Obama to properly finance his health care initiative. Personally, I'll jump on a public option if and when it's available. My Fortune 500 healthcare benefits keep getting shittier and shittier.

Anonymous said...

Congrats Oprompter: the deficit just passed $1 trillion, on its way to $2 trillion by this Fall. What an ignoramous.

Worst. President. Ever.

Jeff said...

Scud: would it kill you to check facts? - maybe just once? The Franklin quote was in response to questions about the Constitutional Convention. That occurred in the summer of 1787 and not - as you report - in 1776.

Also would you mind telling me about all these changes that threaten your precious freedoms? Bush's domestic spying operation didn't bother you. What freedom crushing initiatives has Obama proposed that are more ominous than that?

BTW: With an eye on high-risk short term gains, Goldman repaid its public money and pulled down 3.4 billion in the second quarter. As a result, the firm established an 11.34 billion dollar pool for employee bonuses. As far as I can tell, the threat to your way of life is virtually non-existent. The Reagan Era model of private profit, public risk is still very much with us. See you at the 2019 public bailouts....

Anonymous said...

Jeff, Scud's not one to let facts get in the way of a good argument.

Jim said...

Wow, thanks for the fact check: 1787 vs. 1776. That changes everything.

Dumbass liberals: bogged down, as always, in the minutia while Rome burns to the ground.

Anonymous said...

usdebtclock.org

Change we can believe in

King of all Germans said...

Anonymous: if you ignore all the debt George W. Bush wracked up over the last eight years, then Obama really looks bad...

Anonymous said...

Walter Cronkite: communist, liberal, Most Trusted Man In America, dead at 92.

Good riddance, Walt. Be sure give LBJ and JFK a big hug in Hell.

One more dead liberal. Rack 'em up boys.

Jim said...

Oblowma.

Worst. President. Ever.

But hey, at least he's over in Africa trying to get in touch with his roots, wherever they are. Maybe he's trying to dig up that pesky birth certificate again. I knew this idiot was going to be a disaster once he crawled into the oval office but nothing could have prepared me for just how bad he really is turning out to be. This dope has absolutely no idea what he's doing. This is hope and change? America, no offense, but you really are stupid beyond all belief.

Jeff said...

Jim,

1. Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone.

2. Al Qaeda hijacked planes and brought down the Trade Towers.

3. Obama was born in Hawaii.

4. McCain, on the other hand, was born in Panama.

Jim said...

But, but, but,... It's all Clinton's fault.

Jeff said...

Finally I understand why scud hates Nobama: He acknowledges mistakes, owns up to them and speaks to us like we're adults. In other words, he's Bizzaro Bush.

scud said...

Wrong again, dummy. The reason President Bush never owned up to any mistakes is because he never made one. Duhhhhhh.

oblowma said...

And the circus continues. How can one man screw so much up in so short a time? Poor staffing decisions, unfilled staff positions, Gitmo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Gatesgate, Sotomayor, universal healthcare, the economy, stupid African trips, poor choices, bad decisions, no decisions, confused messages, broken promises, lies, on, and on, and on. And still liberals defend their holy boy at any cost. It's analogous to going 0 and 16 during the regular NFL season and still praising the coaching staff for great leadership. This president couldn't lead a boy scout troop, let alone pretend to be the leader of the Free World. 50% of the country knew this guy was a disaster but never dreamed it would go this bad so quickly. I never thought I'd say this but inasmuch as I despise the Klintoons, I would take Hillary any day over oblowma. At least she has a brain and a spine. This guy represents everything that is wrong in America. 2010 and 2012: bring on the purging. We need it bad.

Anonymous said...

Uh oh, our messiah's approval rating has dropped. In mid-June he was at 61% (Pew poll) and now it has dropped to 54%. Gatesgate, a trivial non-event, has impacted His Holiness negatively. If Obooba had kept his big mouth shut vesus revealing what a liberal racist he is, it would have turned out much better for him. Many Americans are realizing, sadly enough, that you can put lipstick on a pig but in the end, it's still a pig.

Harry Nutz said...

Damn! If his poll numbers drop another 25 points he'll be approaching Bush/Nixon numbers.

Anonymous said...

And now we're having a Beer Summit over Gates-gate. How nice. They even invited the hair-plugged Biden along for a laugh or two. I hope they engaged in "honest and thoughtful discussions" over race relations. Gotta love that liberal-speak, it all sounds the same and it's all crap. Meanwhile, the economy burns, North Korea threatens, you've got two wars going on, etc, and where's our leader?

Worst. President. Ever.

Harry Nutz said...

You said it Anonymous. If there's one thing George Bush proved, it's that a really good President is incapable of doing more than one thing at a time. The thought that a person could take an hour to have a drink, and also accomplish anything else is ludicrous. Leave it up to Yomama to undermine the American work ethic.... Then again, he ain't really American any how.

Administrator said...

Flyover Blog is on temporary hiatus. Scud has a lot of town meetings to disrupt....

Anonymous said...

How I enjoy all the town hall meetings being turned into total screaming matches. Americans, real Americans that is, are pissed. With good reason I may add. After 200 days of the worst boob in U.S. history, they're fed-up. Now is the time we need cool-headed, EXPERIENCED, intelligent leadership. Too bad we don't have any.

Creationist said...

"Now is the time we need cool-headed, EXPERIENCED, intelligent leadership." How very true that comment is.

What we need now, is the kind of inspiring leadership that be provided only by someone like ex-governor Sarah Palin, Senator Ben Demented (R-SC) or Sen Jack Emhoff (R-OK). It imperative that we support leaders like these, because only they can save us from "Obama's 'death panel."

Anonymous said...

Where's our resident ass clown Jeff? Have not heard from him lately. Probably lying in an ICU somewhere in a coma from getting the crap kicked out of him at a town hall meeting in PA. Always trying to get the last word in, letting his lips flap in the breeze, and someone threw him through a wall. No worries. Universal health care is paying for his hospital stay.

M. Steele said...

He's been replaced as ass clown by the celebrated duo of Palin/Bachman.

Jeff said...

Anonymous: I'm not sure what I can contribute to this conversation. The right is completely unhinged. Sure it's in the middle of an ocean, but Hawaii is a state and those who are born there are eligible for the Presidency.

And, yes, end of life counseling concerns death, but Johnny Isakson (R-GA) did NOT establish "death panels" when he included those consultations in the health care reform bill.

Certainly, there were some who compared Bush to Hitler (personally, I never thought he was that competent) but don'tcha think the Hitler/Obama comparison falls short given Nazi attitudes about blacks? No doubt they'd put him first-in-line ... to Treblinka.

Michele Bachmann says she'll run for Preznit if God tells her to form an exploratory committee. Isn't that how we got Bush? God told him to run. You know, God, the elder Bush's buddies in the oil industry. Don't confuse him with God who told Bush to invade Iraq. You know, God, the elder Bush's buddies in the military contracting business.

Oh, and one more thing: Glenn Beck is all kinds of gay. If Ted Haggert and Larry Craig taught us anything it's this: conservatives have crappy gaydars. Yeah, sure, they trip when Barney Frank is on the teevee because he's out of the closet. But Mark Foley had to be caught diddling little boy pages before you figured it out...

Hewasabadbadman said...

"Certainly, there were some who compared Bush to Hitler (personally, I never thought he was that competent)"

Man, just wait until Scrub or ol' Anonymous 10:35 AM see that. They'll tear you a new one with their witty comments.

If they don't, you better hope this lady never reads it.

Collecting My Thoughts

Anonymous said...

Sh*t, Jeff is still vertical.

Jeff said...

Anonymous is undoubtedly a Christian. Did you notice how he censored "shit" when he wished for the death of another human....

Hewasabadbadman said...

Hallelujah, a profanity free death wish would be the Christian thing to do.

It's just so RIGHT.

John said...

Figures released by the White House budget office foresee a cumulative $9 trillion deficit from 2010-2019, $2 trillion more than the administration estimated in May. Moreover, the figures show the public debt doubling by 2019 and reaching three-quarters the size of the entire national economy. Throw in Obamacare and Cap and Trade and we've really got the makings of Nirvana. This is what happens when we elect an incompetent, liberal, inexperienced, douchebag into the Oval Office. And how do liberals defend him? Attack Sarah Palin. Good strategy.

Feel the hope. See the change.

Anonymous said...

Worst. President. Ever.

Liberal said...

I was on my knees last night, praying to Government, thanking it for always being there, for making me who I am. My faith and my strength come from Government. All my needs and wants flow from my loving and most merciful Government. I'm 45 years old and have worked maybe 3 years in my life. I know I can always depend on Government to care for me and watch over me. I look only to Government to solve all my problems, calm my fears, and to walk side-by-side with me through the good times and tough times. I love you Government. Thank you for giving me life and taking care of me.

Conservative said...

I'm afraid I'll have to disagree with previous post. I'm a Conservative and I dislike Government as much as Liberal apparently loves it. Unlike him, I have put all my faith and hopes in the hands of that most benevolent of entities. The Corporation. I oppose any and all legislation seeking to impose any restraints on the Corporation. My goal in life, as a good conservative, is to subjugate my own interests to that of the Corporation. I pray daily that the widening gap between the pay of the deserving CEO's and the unworthy workers continues to grow. My judgement is, that as long as I continue to display the proper levels of groveling before my superiors, they may not ship my job to China.

Jeff said...

Scud's Congresswoman implores him to get on his knees and stop eating lest the Invisible Sky Wizard shall become furious and smite him with health....

Anonymous said...

Finally, finally, finally, Ted is dead. Liberals everwhere are sobbing while wearing sackcloth and laying in ashes over the loss of their beloved icon. Meanwhile, back in Eternity, Ted's doing the Massachusetts Two Step while trying to explain the blood on his hands from millions of dead, aborted babies as well as one Mary Jo Kopechne. The great lion of the senate: drunken, murderous, lying, cheating, bloated, liberal, American-hating pig. Good riddance, scumbag.

Anonymous said...

Man you right wingers are a classy bunch. Displaying such Christian concern about the lives of some, yet getting absolutely giddy about the death of others.

You better hope Ted's explanation works. Because when the time comes, you're going to have some explaining of you own to do.

The ghost of Ted Kennedy said...

Er, ah, BOOOOOOOO!

Mr. Smith said...

The fires of Hell are burning brighter tonight as the alcohol-soaked, obese corpse of Fat Teddy enters the infernal regions. The MSM endlessly covers the loss of one of their finest liberals, saturating media outlets with a play-by-play of Teddy's funeral.

How about installing a Casket Cam so we can get a live feed of Ted slowly rotting in the ground?

Crank up the music, drinks all around, let the party begin. The lion of the senate is gone forever.

Anonymous said...

Mr Smith, why so bitter? Was Teddy hosing your wife?

Anonymous said...

Total public debt: $11.7 trillion.

Daily increase in public debt: about $4 billion.

I dunno, I think it's going quite well under this new regime.

Feel the hope, see the change.

Jeff said...

Scud, tell me again why the private sector is so much better? In Afghanistan, we're represented, on one hand, by America's finest, men and women in uniform who do tremendous work under god awful conditions. On the other hand, we're represented by private security firms who drink alcohol out of each other's asses. (This link won't get you fired, but you probably don't want your boss to see you looking at it...)

somebody's watching you said...

I just watched Glenn Beck and although most people consider him certifiable. I'm greatly relieved to know that someone else can see the rampant, overlooked symbols of anti-Americanism that are literally everywhere. Take a look at the name of this blog owner, "Scud," We're all aware that "Scud" is also the name of the wildly inaccurate missiles fired at our troops by Saddam Hussein Obama. So why is this blog owner glorifying such an Anti-American name? Does he hate our country, our troops or our health care system? I'm gonna bring it to Glenn's attention and I betcha he'll get to the bottom of it pronto.

If you're an admirer of Glenn, like I am, then you'll know what I'm talking about. If not, you had better jump on board the Beck train to Asylumville.

Anonymous said...

Uuh-bama and his czars; what a debacle. It just keeps getting worse. We've got a president who absolutely has no idea how to run an administration, let alone lead a country. Thanks for making America the laughing stock of the Free World, lib dem garbage.

The Dimwits are going to get purged in 2010 and again in 2012. Pucker-up morons, your messiah is going to get flushed bigtime.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why Jeff, usually so adept at boring us all with approval ratings while W was in office, doesn't seem to want to do the same with his homeboy Bo. Captain Disaster is down to 51%, and dropping like a stone. In fact, Bo is on a fast slide in his first 8 months, faster than virtually any other president since WWII. Oh well, that's what happens when you have no idea what you're doing.

By the way, only 37% of Americans still support health care reform so that circus is going to crash and burn soon too. I'm truly enjoying this, watching Bo unravel at the helm.

Dick Dahoovy said...

I think it's probably because even with Obama's dropping approval rating, he is yet to approach the plunging depths of Bush/Nixon poll numbers. Ask again when Hopey's polling around 25%

Scooterlib said...

I don't know about the rest of you. But, we haven't heard from Old scud in so long, that I'm getting kinda worried about him. I'm afraid he may have to be counted among the MIA's of his "New Revolution". Either that, or he's busy writing talking points for Rep. Joe Wilson (S.C.)

Jeff said...

I'm not sure what Anonymous finds so interesting in Obama's approval rating. He's at 51% in a country that's deeply divided. Hardly news. When Dorkus W. Dildo fell into the twenties, it was significant as a indicator of eroded partisan support.

Personally, I find the health care debate boring and pointless. Nobody has addressed the underlying problem: Most of you fsckers are obese. The CDC just released its study on this issue. Annually, we spend $116 billion on fat fscks, $117 billion to treat fat fsck disease and nearly half a trillion on fat fsck related illnesses. You want health care reform? The next time someone sees Scud eating a ice cream cone, smack it out of his hand. Now THAT'S change I can believe in....

Midnight Rider P Revere said...

One if by land, two if by sea and three if by air. Scud, it's three if by air, three if by air. The Obama forces are opening up a fresh front in the "New Revolution". Tomorrow he's flying in to make a direct attack on Minnesota.

Hopefully you'll get this message in time to assist Tim, Norm and Michelle organize a spirited defense of the homeland.

Jeff said...

After all these years of harassing flyover guy I finally flew over his house today. It looked mostly flat and farmy ... or maybe that was scud's head. Who can tell?

Ollie Churpoo said...

That couldn't have been scud's head, cause his is covered with tin foil.

Dickless Cheney said...

Scud's been away taking part in the Million Moron March on Washington.

Jeff said...

I'm flying back today. The second he looks up in the sky, I'll zap him with my gamma rays....

Jeff said...

Right wingers like scud know that when the government imposes taxes to create services that benefit everybody it's called socialism.

Anonymous said...

Wow, so I guess Jeff hates the obese. Got it. Interesting perspective from an uber-liberal, tolerant, entitlement-addicted dimwit. And I never can quite understand Jeff's need to diss MN. MN is a strong Democratic state, with a long history of chronic liberal disease. But, like any true liberal, Jeff hates pretty much everything.

On to things that matter, Congressman Wilson, a true patriot, had the guts to say what 100 million Americans already know, that Bo is a liar as he stands there trying to sell us on the national nightmare known as Healthcare Reform. Of course liberals, when backed into a corner, instantly pull out the race card. Even Jimmy Carter, in his confused, bitter, moronic state, got into the act, claiming Wilson is racist. What a crock. Bo is going to ram this down our collective throats one way or another, just like everything else he does. And Jeff will be thrilled.

Tom said...

To the Democrats and liberals, bigger "Guvmint" is always the solution to everything. And why not, with such a successful track record:

-USPS, established in 1775, has had 234 years to get it right, it's still broke.

-Social Security, established in 1935, has had 74 years to get it right, it's still broke.

-Fannie Mae, established in 1938, has had 71 years to get it right, it's still broke.

-War on Poverty, began in 1964 under the buffoon LBJ, 45 years to get it right; $1 trillion of our money confiscated annually and transferred to the "poor", has not accomplished anything but create a cesspool of losers, suckling on entitlements.

-Medicare/Medicaid, established in 1965, 44 years to get it right, they're broke.

-Freddie Mac, established in 1970, 39 years to get it right, it's broke.

-Trillions of dollars in the massive political payoff called the TARP bill in 2009, showing no signs of doing anything.

And now, they bring us Health Care Reform which will cost trillions over time and be a total disaster to manage, providing substandard benefits and care to millions, INCLUDING illegals.

Breath deep the HOPE and CHANGE.

Jeff said...

Who likes the Republican party? Southerners and one lone angry blogger from Minnesota.

And why do Southern Republicans keep busting on the Postal service? They pick up some piece of sh!t you wrote and carry it any where in the country for 44¢. They carry scud's love letters all the way to Wasilla, AK, forchrissake. Seems like a good deal to me.

Anonymous: I don't hate obese people but if you want a cause for run-away health care costs look no further. The current crisis manifested about twenty years after the onset of the obesity epidemic. And until a lot of people shed a lot of pounds, we're not going to get costs under control. Obama's a good little progressive, bound by political correctness so he's not going to tell you that. I, on the other, take a liberal view of the first amendment. Now put down that thirsty-two ounce coke!

W said...

I just flew over PA today, looked down, and there was Jeff, doing a sheep. The Amish didn't even seem to notice.

Rick Santorum said...

Well at least he wasn't f%cking another man. That'd be down right sickening.



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Dick and Harry said...

Tom has it right. The US "guvmint" can't do anything right. In addition to the aforementioned programs. We should also consider scrapping the following ones. There is no PROFIT in any of them.

Interstate Highway System, established 1956

School Lunch Program, established 1946

Veterans Administration, established 1930

And that's just scratching the surface. Once we're done with those, we could move on to others like these. Unemployment Insurance, Crop and Livestock Insurance, Children's Health Insurance and Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.

If more of you would just join us in the Tea Party movement and at the Town Hall meetings. We, Patriots, can take back our country and restore it to it's former greatness. We can do this by replacing the liberal touchy feely programs with sound conservative values such as sweatshops, child labor, indentured servants and no bid contracts.

With the return of our "confiscated" money, the money liberals are now wasting on the old, young, poor and ill of this country. We can fund endless conflicts in parts of the world, that just coincidentally happen to be swimming in oil. Conflicts that have absolutely nothing to do with the presence of this oil, but are being waged solely to establish democracy for the people of those regions. Democracies, that may or may not resemble our own form of democracy.

But I wouldn't breath this Conservative Hope and CHANGE in too deeply. We're going to do away with environmental regulations to.

Obamanation said...

So now uuhbama thinks that Kevin Jennings, a true pig in every sense of the word, is a good candidate for the Director of the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools. Can this president, and I use that title loosely, do anything right? But at least while the ship is sinking, he's on Letterman getting more face time. What a narcissistic, self-absorbed, egotistical POS. 2012, hurry-up and get here.

Chilam Balam said...

I can't wait for 2012 either. That's when the Long Count Mayan Calender finishes, and the world comes to an end.

Jeff said...

Sarah Palin's real America is looking pretty sinful

Anonymous said...

As unemployment nears 10%, and actually, is closer to 17%, where is our fearless leader? Jetting off to Denmark to make a bid for the olympics to come to his beloved and corrupt Chicago. Chicago: where teenage kids continue to beat each other to death. Yeah, what a great place. I guess we can't really expect much more from an ACORN community organizer. Well done America, you chose wisely....

Bob said...

And what's even funnier, Oboy screams over to Europe in his gas-guzzling B747 to make a plea for his hometown sewer and loses it to Rio anyway. So much for his great political negotiating skills. The dope can't even get something as innocuous as this done. Now with his health care reform crashing and burning, along with Porkulus and everything else he touches, BO is headed for a smoking hole. See ya Dems, let the slaughter begin.

Murray said...

What slaughter are you talking about?

Jeff said...

If you leave Republicans alone long enough, you'll be sure to hear some real American humor like "Preznit Oboy" I suspect bobby bob uses "negro" in mixed company and "darkie" with his drunken golfin' buddies out on the public course....

Jeff said...

Hey ho, ho hey! I just heard something of interest on the NPRs. A Republican proposed and his committee passed an amendment that will essentially charge fatties and smokers more for health care. Technically, thinnies and non-smokers recieve incentive discounts but who are we kidding? A Republican proposed a surcharge on bacon and deep-fried oreos. This is the first time I agreed with Republicans since the Northeastern ones banded together to help pass the Voting Rights Act. Keep your chin up, scud. There's still hope for you.

Anonymous said...

Well, FY09 is over and the government is posting a $1.4 trillion dollar deficit, tripling the previous record. Our boy Bo is doing well, I think. I guess we can't really expect a whole lot from a guy who has less leadership experience than an Arby's manager. Next, we can expect a $900 billion dollar bill for health care reform, courtesy of those progressive democrats. Bring on the hope and bring on the change. And how are the Obamatrons doing? Oh, about the same as always: glassy-eyed, drooling, rocking back and forth, staring at the latest Time magazine pictures of their beloved messiah, looking every bit like inmates from an insane asylum.

Jeff said...

First of all, Barack Obama is a man. He's not a boy you backwater hillbilly. Secondly, your boy Bush straddled him with a $452 billion dollar deficit, TWO protracted wars that he placed on credit, a multi billion dollar bailout of Wall Street and a very deep recession.

Anonymous said...

He's a MAN! Oh yes, he certainly is, isn't he? Typical koolaid-slurping obamabot, you can't point to anything that your boy has accomplished, except, of course, tripling the national debt, so you revert to Bush-bashing. Always the same, tired, worthless arguments in a desperate attempt to justify an inept, inexperienced, clueless, egomaniac who has no business pretending to be a president of anything. But hey, at least he won the Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing.

Jeff said...

Actually, he's doing pretty well as far as I'm concerned.

1. Staved off economic disaster
2. Stopped torture by executive order.
3. Credit card bill of rights
4. Expanded eligibility for SCHIP
5. Matthew Sheppard Act
6. Ledbetter Act
7. Reversed restrictions on stem cell research
8. Nobel Peace Prize recipient
9. Got his daughters a puppy.

And generally speaking, they don't hand out the Peace Prize in a box of crackerjacks. I suspect the Nobel committee was enamored by the change of direction the White House pursued since taking office. Obama stopped torture by executive order, closed 'black site' prisons overseas, took a softer line with Cuba (which, really, threatens no one), promised to close Guatanamo, promised to uphold the Geneva Conventions (to which the US is a signatory), reached out to Europe and pursued a multilateral solution WRT Iran. Mostly, it's probably a political gesture designed to reward behavior anathema to his predecessor. Maybe be happy for him. He's your President, too.

Jefferson Davis Beauregard Lee said...

Sure, maybe he's accomplished them there librul thingys, but he ain't dun nuthin fer the real amercans.

1. He ain't stoppin the spics from comin to this country and stealing all the lawn mowing jobs.
2. He still lettin the women folk decide to not have their rapist's babies.
3. Osama bin Laden is still scarin the crap outta me.
4. The Ten Commandments ain't been added to the constitution yet.
5. He's tryin to cut Mama's medicare in order to socialize them there death panels, or sumpin like that.
6. Why I bet he even had a hand in keepin Rush Limbaugh from owning the NFL. (Go Cowboys!!!!)

Jeff said...

There was some chatter about Obama's polling numbers a little while ago. Anonymous gleefully noted that Obama was down to 54%. Unlike some agencies, Research 2000 provides regional data. It's telling.

Obama polls 59-32 in the West, 62-30 in the Midwest and 82-7 here in the Northeast. Across those regions he's at 67-24 in favor. So what pulls down his national number? The old Confederacy. In the South Obama polls 27-68 against. We should have let them secede back in 1860....

Helpmichelesearch said...

Please help us get Scud's picture placed on milk cartons here in his home state of Minnesota. Rep. Bachmann is beside herself with worry over his apparent disappearance. She believes he may be held captive in one of Obama's secret, U.S Census Bureau run, Re-Education camps. And as usual the lefty MSM is ignoring this tragic story.

Jeff said...

A view of the intellectual fire power of the American political right

Jeff said...

Scud gets p4wn3d on the steps of the State House

Proud Member gNOp said...

Scud, have you become a casualty of The New Revolution? Or have you just become so depressed by the election of Al Franken that you have abandoned your blog?

Come on big guy pull yourself together. We can take heart in the fact that we still have the lovely Michele out there fighting for us.

Jeff said...

gNOp: Don't worry scud's not far afield. He's cramming for the ideological purity test all Republicans are forced to take....

Proud Member gNOp said...

Thank God it's just something minor like that. Those of us still fighting the good fight...to save the country from the Socialists... need all the deniers and naysayers we can get.

Hurry back Scud, you're missed here on the fringe.

Jeff said...

Merry Christmas, Scud! I hope you like the card I got you.