No, I’m not posting that racist piece of shit here. Those two dopey assholes yelling the N word to the only black person in the room who was walking out in disgust…just the beginning folks. By the end of the election the Republicans will probably start showing up in KKK regalia. Just a matter of time now before Romney, Gingrich, Santorum or one of their acolytes will use the N word in regards to the President. And their goose will be well and truly cooked. It’s only going to be a matter of by how big of a margin the President will be re-elected-it’s like my sister says, they do NOT know who they are dealing with.
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I just saw the President’s news confrence about the birth control issue with religious institutions…Friday, February 10th, 2012
And once again-I don’t understand what the problem is. For all the whining from the “shove it down their throat” left, you’d think the President totally caved. He didn’t. All that happened was that the Administration agreed to exempt religious institutions from having to pay for contraceptive care for women. That’s it. That doesn’t mean the women who work for those institutions will not GET contraceptive care-indeed, it will be offered by the insurance provider anyway FREE OF CHARGE. Once again, the Petulant Left proves they don’t want a President operating under the Constitution-something they said all the time during W Bush’s reign of stupidity-they want a dictator that’ll shove extremist Left ideology down the throats of the other side. Sorry, y’all can go to Venezuela if you want that. That kind of shit would start a shooting civil war in THIS country.
And the road to the CRUSHING landslide that will make LBJ’s ass-whooping of Goldwater look like two kids playing pattycake has begun. Bullies resort to violent acts only when they know they’re on the losing side of things-and the GOP is on the losing side of an avalanche. And it’s only going to get WORSE. When Stephen Colbert is more of a threat to the President than either Romney or Gingrich, that’s really, really SAD. Like I said, if the GOP keeps going like this (Gingrich’s latest comment? Spanish is the language of the ghetto.) banging on the racist, sexist, homophobic drum, they will get their asses whooped in such a way that NOBODY will be able to admit they are a Republican ever again.
I’ve read some grumping from Talking Points Memo that claims some Obama supporters are “overconfident”. That’s bullshit. If anything, we are realistic. Guys, this is the 2010 elections in California, and Mitt Romney is Meg Whitman-and Obama is Governor Jerry Brown. Meg Whitman was one of the WORST candidates in American political history. She had absolutely NO charisma, and was as stiff as a board in public. Sure, it was her first campaign, but that’s no excuse. Brown let Meg shoot her mouth off and be awkward and stiff in public all the way until a month before Election Day. He then hit Meg with his superior money and his superior politics. Poor Meg didn’t stand a chance. Obama’s going to do the same thing, but he’s going to start a lot earlier than Jerry did. And the Republicans won’t know what hit them.
All the President has to do is keep doing his job while the GOP idiots blabber on about firing “liberal” government officials and making “sodomy” illegal. Even Mittens has pandered to the Cracker Barrel in his party by saying he’d “support man-woman marriage”. Considering his past in Massachuttsets, that’s a rather stupid thing to say.
What we want is a landslide SO crushing that the Republican Party will have to get rid of the Far Right nutbags and shift back to the center. And I believe that’s what is going to happen. Am I going to sit back and think Obama’s got this? No. Why in the hell do you think I have this blog? I’m not stupid. But-I do believe we are on the right track. Watch.
From Al Giordano, via Smartypants:
Activism is the practice of preaching to the choir, rallying the already converted, and trying to convince other “activists” to do your work for you (say, call your Congressman, or write your Senator for or against a piece of legislation)…
Activism seeks media attention through protests and other means, errantly thinking it will draw others to its cause by doing so. This dominant tendency in “activism” becomes a circular, self-reinforcing, self-marginalizing, chest-thumping, bureaucratic and anally-retentive activity and a big waste of time with little impact on the issues or policies it seeks to change or defend.
Organizing is something completely different: It is based on attainable and quantifiable goals (be they small, as in, “put a stop sign in the neighborhood,” or be they large, as occurred last year: elect an underdog as president of the United States). Here’s a simple yardstick by which to measure: If it doesn’t involve knocking on doors, making phone calls or otherwise proactively communicating with people demographically different than you, it’s not organizing. If it doesn’t involve face-to-face building of relationships, teams, chains of command, and, day-by-day, clear goals to measure its progress and effectiveness, it’s not organizing. If it happens only on the Internet, that’s not organizing either.
Note to “activists”: Organizing works, “activism” doesn’t.
The Republican primary race of this year is beginning to look an awful lot like the Democratic primary in 1984. Here we have three candidates: The most electable one according to the money people in the party, the flashy newcomer who’s policy is not only unrealistic but untenable; and the other flashy newcomer, who is not only unrealistic but divisive. Care to guess who I’m talking about?
In 1984, the electable one was Walter Mondale, the flashy newcomer was Gary Hart and the other flashy newcomer who was unrealistic but also divisive was Jesse Jackson. Mind you, Mondale only won the primary by SIX STATES. That’s it. At the time, veteran Democrats were despairing because Mondale-as good of a man as he was-was a shitty candidate. He had no charisma, no ‘star power’ or ‘sex appeal’. Mondale, mind you, was a great representative of the state of Minnesota. He was beloved there. However, he didn’t have what Reagan had in spades-in spite of the fact that Reagan didn’t have the brains the Goddess gave lettuce. That didn’t matter at the time. As decent a guy as Mondale was, he didn’t stand a chance against the Reagan machine. Hart was charismatic but hinky-nobody really trusted him. With the power of foresight, I now know why, thanks to a yacht called Monkey Business. At the time, everyone thought Hart was great, and I considered voting for him in the primary, mainly because Hart was the first one to talk about booting the Far Left out of the Democratic Party. That took guts, and I respected that-and I also knew Hart was right. I didn’t, though-I voted for Mondale, because Mondale was the old school Democrat I grew up with. I still stand by that vote-part of the reason why Reagan dominated the 1980′s like he did was because of ‘flashy newcomers’ like Hart. Hart was Slick Willie part 1. And can you imagine what Reagan would have done to Hart in the general election? He would have wiped the floor with him. Like he did with Mondale, sorry to say.
As for Jesse, as much as he’s done for human rights and for equality for Black and LGBT people-and he’s done a lot-with the racism in this country, there was no way in hell he was going to get out of that primary as a viable candidate. I think he knew that. His was a symbolic candidacy, nothing more. However, Jesse Jackson DID pave the way for Barack Obama.
They blamed Mondale for losing the election, but the fact was that what people were really voting against was not the old-school Democratic Party of Mondale, FDR and Carter. What they were voting against was the Far Left which still had the Democratic Party by the balls at the time. The Far Left didn’t realize that times had changed,and the political landscape had shifted against them, thanks to their huge temper tantrum from 1968 to 1970.
Say what you will about Bill Clinton-and frankly, I’ve never forgiven that man for signing DOMA, DADT and the disaster to our economy known as NAFTA-but he did realize in the late 1980′s that a Far Left Democratic candidate would never win. Americans reject radicalism. We rejected the Far Left and we also reject the Far Right. We prefer our candidates to be in the center-and that’s what Clinton did, thank Goddess. He brought the Democrats back to the center. If it wasn’t for Bill Clinton, the Democratic Party would have gone the way of the Whigs.
And now, the Republican Party is right where the Democrats were in 1984, the party being held hostage by delusional crackpots, only this time it’s the Far Right, not the Far Left. This time, the somewhat electable one is Mitt Romney, the flashy newcomer is Rick Santorum and the delusional rabble rouser one is Ron Paul. If the American people rejected the Far Left guru Gary Hart and the delusional rabble rouser Jesse Jackson, what makes you think Santorum and Paul will fare any better? They won’t. If the Romney-Santorum battle continues-which it will-Mitt will win the nomination by the skin of his ass, like Mondale did. 25-26 states isn’t a mandate by any means. That does not portend well for him going into the general election. And, imagine the ticket-Romney/Santorum? Romney/Paul? That sounds to me like a ticket to disaster. Which portends very well for the President-and for US.
The Republicans have no clue that the American people have woken up from their Reagan induced sleep thanks to the crash of 2008. They have no clue that they are in the same position the Far Left was in 1984-the political landscape has shifted against them, and the people are no longer voting against their own best interests-therefore, the Republicans are well on their way to irrelevancy. And the Republicans have no idea what an ass whooping they are going to get in November, especially after the disaster called the Tea Party took over in 2010. After the ass whoopings in 1984 and 1988, the Democrats woke up and realized they had to get rid of the loonies. Thanks to Bill Clinton, they did. I’m not sure the Republicans will wake up until it’s too late. Let’s hope they don’t. I’ve been waiting a long time for this, and it’s well deserved.
This is why I keep mentioning Obama winning in a landslide in November. With the economy looking up (the unemployment rate is down to 8.5 % and it’s going to go much lower before the election) and the President’s successes both in foreign and domestic policy, compared to Romney, Santorum and Paul, he’s going to look like a great statesman, which he already is. The fear of Mr. Magic Underpants and the Bedroom Police (Not to mention Mr. Audit The Fed) getting in the White House is going to make those sitting on the fence voters get off their asses and vote. And they aren’t going to vote Republican.
So, let’s do this. Lets get out there and get as many people on the Obama bandwagon as possible. Let’s aim for that landslide. The Republican Party needs to know that they are NOT in the mainstream of America. They need a Bill Clinton. NOW.
The Democrats could run Barney Frank in 2012, and we’d have our first openly gay President, as Dixie Dove puts it. And they’re right. It’s increasingly pathetic, this GOP primary season. They have NOBODY. Newt? Serial cheater who has taken millions of $$ from Fannie and Freddie? Mitt? Mr. Magic Underpants who has no personal charisma? Besides, he’s done more flip flops on political issues than Nadia Comaneci. The REST of the assembly? Santorum? Let’s remember who’s last name is the name of the more disgusting results of anal sex, thanks to Dan Savage. Bachmann? Sure, if Crazy was a political party. Cain? The Pizza Man? Sorry, still not able. Besides, after all those stories of him sexually harassing women who worked for him, he’s toast. Paul? Mr. Ayn Randian? Please. The last person I listen to when it comes to politics is a pompous ass like Andrew Sullivan-beside, Paul just hates gay and lesbian people less than the others, Andrew. He still hates us. Oh-and Rick Perry basically killed his candidacy with that anti-gay commercial. It’s pretty bad when even the American Family Association is running away from you as fast as they can because they don’t want to be seen with a virulent anti-LGBT bigot like Rick Perry.
And they’re old. Old straight, white men (even Bachmann). Yeah, that’s going to really excite the young voters of various races, colors and creeds needed for a victory for either side. Good luck, GOP. Goddess knows you need it. The longer this joke of a primary goes on, the better for President Obama. By the end of this fiasco, there won’t be anyone willing to call themselves a Republican left.
Sorry I haven’t posted in awhile-just got done with my first semester in college since 1995-and I’ve got a solid B average. That’s why I haven’t been posting on the blog as much-I will be posting more for the next two months. Anyway…
To celebrate my return, here’s the return of N-Word Watch, where we are STILL wondering who will be the first to call our President the N word. They’re getting awfully close, as Angry Black Lady will tell you…
The Patriot Freedom Alliance, which is based in Hutchinson, Kansas, posted a photo of a skunk on its homepage, stating it had replaced the eagle as a symbol of the president because “it is half black, half white and almost everything it does stinks.”
The image appeared on the group’s website on Saturday but was gone on Sunday, said Darrell Pope, president of the Hutchinson chapter of the NAACP. It was also not on the site Monday, the day after an article about it appeared in the Hutchinson News-Leader newspaper.
“They tried to pass it off as satire, but it was hurtful and malicious,” Pope said on Monday. He said the depiction was racist in its reference to Obama, who was born to a white mother and black father.
Pope said he did not contact the group about removing the skunk, but said it never should have been posted in the first place.
Gee, ya think? These guys are inching closer and closer to the actual word. Watch, sometime in 2012, some dumbass on the Far Left or the Far Right will be using that dreaded N word. And then losing whatever credibility they still had. Just watch.
I’m sorry I haven’t posted that much-school is kicking my butt. The GOOD news is that I’m getting a straight B average in all my classes. However, I’m very glad things are now looking up for the President. Speaking of that-WHEN are the Republicans going to stop underestimating this guy? In the last two days, Moamar Gaddafi, the murder of American college students in Lockerbie, Scotland and all-purpose asshole is dead, and the War in Iraq is FINALLY over and our troops will be coming home before the holidays. And boy, are they depressed. Jon Stewart ripped them a new asshole, and here’s some of what he said-he’s in rare form these days:
“Is there no republican who can be gracious and statesmanlike like in this situation? We removed a dictator in six months, losing no American soldiers, spending, like, a billion dollars rather than a trillion dollars, and engendering what appears to be good will in a people who now have a prideful story of their own independence to tell (not to mention oil, they have oil). Anybody want to give credit?”
And he’s right-is there NO Republican who will say, “I compliment our President on a job well done. He didn’t get us too involved in this, didn’t spend a lot of money, and got rid of a guy who had killed many Americans. Thank you, sir.” Of course not. That means he’s WINNING. And not in the Charlie Sheen way.
You might as well NOT post, and if you do, your posts will be put in the trash where they belong. I refuse to listen to a bunch of third columnist whiners bashing our President, therefore that won’t be allowed here-just like it’s not allowed on The People’s View. You idiots really thought you could come on Pragmatic blogs and post your bullshit? Bitch, please. You want to vote third party? Fine. Don’t call yourself a Democrat, because you’re not. Call yourself what you really are- A REPUBLICAN. Don’t like it? Tough FUCKING shit. It’s my fucking blog, and I will curse all I want to. You want to try me? Bring it on you America-hating assholes. All you do is LOSE. ETA-sorry-every time you post, I’m going to keep trashing your comments. I’m not a troubled person. I’m fine. I’m not the one trying desperately to bring down the best President this country has had in 30 years. You are.