Monday, November 21, 2011

Matthews disses OBAMA

Chris  Matthews..."Obama's surrounded by virtual people....little kids with propellers on their heads,"  Americans have "nothing to ROOT FOR with Obama,"  He makes "no phone calls to members of Congress...he doesn't like their company..........that's a problem, by the way."  
Ya, Chris, we've known there's a problem for a while now.....I hadn't realized Obama doesn't stay in touch with members of Congress like other presidents have, or that he apparently doesn't like their company, but I've sure felt he doesn't like this country very much.  I don't agree with you on the liberal positions you'd like Obama to take a stand on but I sure do agree with you that there is nothing to root for, and it does seem like this IS "all there is."  Let's hope that by November 2012, it'll be "is that all there was?" and we can get on with fixing this country.

WOW.  What do you think, geeeZ readers?   Chris has come a long way from that thrill going up his leg,  huh?  Man, who HASN'T?
Z

74 comments:

MK said...

I'll believe it when the election is over. Just watch, i've seen many a liberal supposedly turn on their heroes/masters, but when an election rolls around they're right back to carrying water for them.

Always On Watch said...

LOL. I, too, posted about Tingles -- before I saw this post.

Bob said...

I agree with MK. Matthews will never even approximate reasonable in his opinions. He will still be singing the liberal tune for every election.

Brooke said...

You never call, you never write...


HAHAHAHAAAAA!!! What did these idiot leftists think they were getting with a prig like Obama?

Chrissy is starting to realize that they've all been used! I'm sure the rest of the MSM will make sure he 'retires' soon if he keeps it up!

Fredd said...

Obama has got a real problem on his hands, as some of the most liberal pinko supporters of his have turned on him:

*Maxine Waters
*Louis Farakhan

And now Chris Matthews? Big, BIG problem, there, Barry....

Scotty said...

Of course Matthews and other democrats will cast another vote for President Obama. Just as I did President Bush, the second time despite, as a conservative, I disagreed with a LOT of the things that he did too.

I thought that President Bush was the best alternative for our side at that time, just as democrats do their man.

That's why I don't put much stock in the left's criticism of President Obama, of course they'll carry the water for him when the time comes.

As much I hated doing it, I even voted for McCain last time around and I felt like I needed an hour long shower after that fact.

This time around, at this point, I don't think I can degrade myself like that again....Romney, Gingrich? no thanks.....I really have no dog in this hunt at this point.

FrogBurger said...

The guy's freaking out.

I'm glad he's realized that the administration is comprised of lazy bums.

FrogBurger said...

This time around, at this point, I don't think I can degrade myself like that again....Romney, Gingrich? no thanks.....I really have no dog in this hunt at this point.

I hear you. It's painful for me. 2 US elections in my life and I've had enough of the GOP already. (Needless to say, I'm not even looking at Dems since it's like looking at French socialists these days.)

Joe said...

Matthews is creepy. He will vote for Obama next time, because he will not be ultimately able to admit he was wrong.

He does not even say that now.

He just hopes BO will wake up and give us more "hope and change."

FairWitness said...

Well, well, well... Chris Matthews sounds angry and disgusted. Almost demoralized. I wonder how many other support of BHO feel this way. I know everyone I know, with the exception of a couple, have always been dissatisfied with the President. But Chris Matthews and his ilk were absolutely mad about him.

This President doesn't have a plan, doesn't have any goals he can articulate. He's the emptiest suit to ever go to Washington DC.

Lisa said...

Get him back on his meds!

Thersites said...

The Herbertists are upset that they aren't receiving enough "access" to the chosen "empowered one." Screw them.

The only good thing is that more and more cracks are showing up on Obama's invisibility cloak that his Herbertists provide for him. Perhaps the old Cordeliers have a chance to survive the terror this time.

Silverfiddle said...

Agree with the others that he will continue giving regular tongue baths to Obama and he most certainly will vote for him.

Notice his criticisms are directed mostly to Obama's inner circle of advisers.

Matthews used to be much more even handed. I used to watch him back then. His big mouth was part of the attraction.

Believe it or not, Chris Matthews used to guest host for Rush Limbaugh.

Z said...

MK, believe me, just because Matthews is talking like this doesn't mean he's smartened up to realize he can't reelect Obama.
We always have to be wary of libs who say they're sick of Obama...they're not having "I think I"ll vote REPUBLICAN THIS TIME" moments mostly because they're too indoctrinated to off the plantation; and the media's done too good a job misrepresenting the Republicans... You're right.

AOW...great minds! who couldn't post this, right?

Bob, I agree. I didn't post this to show any epiphany but more for comic relief :-)

BROOKE...good point. It won't be OBAMA who goes in spite of liberals knowing how bad he is for this country, they'll have to punish Matthews instead for his having actually told the truth.

Fredd...they'll STILL vote for him, though. People THAT agenda-driven don't learn.

Scotty and FB....then Obama WILL win. I can barely listen to people saying they won't vote for the Republican. I can seen NOTHING in ANY of the candidates (NONE of whom I admire) which shows me they'd be 1/3 as bad as Obama's being. AND, i"m thinking they'll veer slightly MORE Right once elected.

Silverfiddle, Mr. Z and I really enjoyed watching Matthews before he went nuts. He made sense, he loved this country, he was pretty even handed. I suppose he got big bucks at msnbc and had to play the game (his wife is apparently a very leftwing news reader in D.C., too, and I always wonder about her influence because I remember him once saying he'd better stop that talk or his wife'd get on him...it was more conservative; I remember it well)
Look what happened to Joe Scarborough now that he's on Msnbc, or Michael Steele, for that matter.......
Pat Buchanan's always been anti-war (that's why Matthews had him on so often about Iraq, he had to show a token Republican but couldn't get one he'd have to fight on the war!!) but he HAS stood up to Matthews on other subjects, unlike Scarborough ("I've got to say what SHE says!") or Steele.

NO, THIS VIDEO IS POSTED NOT WITH THE ABSURD SUGGESTION THAT CHRIS MATTHEWS WON'T VOTE FOR OBAMA AGAIN...THIS WAS TO SHOW THAT WE HAVE BEEN RIGHT AND EVEN SOME FAR LEFTIES GET IT NOW; THAT THIS GUY IS AN EMPTY SUIT, AS FAIR WITNESS SAYS....AND MOST PARTICULARLY TO SHOW MORE INSIDER INFORMATION ABOUT OBAMA. MATTHEWS, IF ANYBODY DOES, KNOWS THE INNER WORKINGS OF WASHINGTON, (HAVING WORKED FOR O'NEAL AND OTHERS) AND HE'S STUNNED AND DISGUSTED THAT WE NOW HAVE A PRESIDENT WHO WON'T SPEAK TO THE PEOPLE ALL PRESIDENTS TALK TO..........HE SEEMS ABSOLUTELY AMAZED AT OBAMA, VERY DISAPPOINTED.

Join the group, Chris. We've been feeling that since we heard his positions and his background. How COULD he have been different?

Mark said...

He's begging Obama to tell him what to do and what to think. Typical Liberal. He wants to depend on the government for everything.

Mark said...

Of course, Obama doesn't consult with members of Congress. He is a narcissist. He doesn't need advice from anyone. He already knows everything.

In his own words, "I won!"

FrogBurger said...

Z, I didn't say I wouldn't vote for the candidate against Obama. But for the primaries I am not inspired at all at this point.

Z said...

Mark, you make such good points..yes "I WON" ...I hadn't realized just how cut off he is, though. I figure anybody who's intelligent will work Congress like presidents have in the past; listening, working the room, suggesting.

I think with this guy, though, those dopes with the helicopters on their heads, those'virtual people' Matthews talks about in the administration, are running the show led by...who knows? And Obama's not a strong decision man whose ego will let him reach out.

He DETESTS Republicans....who would he reach out to?

Did you hear Kerry answer a FOX news man yesterday or today? He says "You people are supposed to know FAIR AND BALANCED...well...we're getting none of that on taxes..blahblah"...ya, ALWAYS the nasty hatred for FOX, for Republicans, and they expect to get compromise?

And, now we're hearing they're even arguing about who'll announce this committee's not going to come to agreement so it won't look bad for the Dems or the Reps; they're ALL more interested in their seats than the country. ALL OF THEM.

FrogBurger said...

they're ALL more interested in their seats than the country. ALL OF THEM.

Yup. It's very sad. I think we should find a way to stop paying their salaries.

I don't know how that would be doable but I'd love it if we could. Maybe Occupy Congress?

They are our employees, not the other way around.

beamish said...

And, now we're hearing they're even arguing about who'll announce this committee's not going to come to agreement so it won't look bad for the Dems or the Reps; they're ALL more interested in their seats than the country. ALL OF THEM.

Gotta love that sick joke Tea Party 'movement' led House of Representatives for abdicating its budgetary powers responsibilities in the first place. (/sarcasm)

Meanwhile, there is a serious conservative alternative to the boring arguments between national and international socialists.

Z said...

beamish, you didn't have any higher hopes than any of us that this SUper COmmittee would be effective, did you? Newt can't win.

Speedy G said...

Newt, the "serious" conservative alternative....


BWAH!

FrogBurger said...

I think New can win. But I doubt he's a SERIOUS conservative.

net observer said...

"Who is going to beat Obama?" That's the only relevant question for the GOP.

Indeed, the game of politics can change at the twinkling of an eye. So anything can happen. But right now, if I were Obama, I wouldn't be all that worried about a second term.

Perry, thanks to a lack of smooth-talking skills, looks like a joke. Cain morphs from a serious businessman-patriot to a secret philanderer on a book tour. Newt, suddenly, looks like an intellectual hypocrite. And clearly, Paul could never become president without America first undergoing a major socioeconomic revolution.

The GOP's bright spots? Santorum looks competent, but can't catch on to save his life. Huntsman looks competent, but he's "too liberal". Bachmann is yesterday's news and more or less taking up space at this point.

Obama's bright spots? Bin Laden's dead. Ghadafi's dead. And like they used to say about a former occupant of the Oval office, be it true or false, "He's kept this nation safe."

And unless someone can cogently demonstrate that a McCain presidency would have translated into a significantly better economy, the only argument the GOP has is "Well, MAYBE we can do better."

Under these current realities, if there's ANY tick downward in the unemployment rate over the next 11 months, Obama may not only win, but win big.

Z said...

well, net, then the country loses.
I like Santorum very much but I also think Bachmann has a chance still if the lib media'd let her talk. As you know, there was an email saying not to keep her too included because her numbers were sinking; ya, as her not having a chance to talk isn't helping the sinking numbers? She's not my number 1 candidate, but anybody beats Huntsman.
He's not just too liberal, he has very little character, in my opinion.
Please see my latest post for how safe Obama's keeping us.

Z said...

Net, no comment on Matthews' remarks? :-)

beamish said...

Newt, the "serious" conservative alternative....


BWAH!


As compared to the far-leftist Ron "Nuke Israel" Paul, Michelle "Welfare Queen" Bachmann, Rick "Uh.." Perry, and Herman "Rainbow PUSH" Cain?

Z said...

beamish, I can see that your harangues are really changing peoples' minds and they're not supporting the Tea Parties anymore!
Happy? :-)

beamish said...

"Who is going to beat Obama?" That's the only relevant question for the GOP.

The only relevant prospects are the moderate Romney and the conservative Gingrich. The other eight candidates would have to combine their poll numbers into one poll number to even make a showing on the radar.

Gingrich is the only "anti-Romney" closer in the GOP game. Everyone else is either too weird, or, in the case of the Tea Party favorites, too far-left.

Scotty said...

Z:Scotty and FB....then Obama WILL win. I can barely listen to people saying they won't vote for the Republican. I can seen NOTHING in ANY of the candidates (NONE of whom I admire) which shows me they'd be 1/3 as bad as Obama's being. AND, i"m thinking they'll veer slightly MORE Right once elected.

I refuse to vote for Romney. Newt has to show me a lot more. I'm 61 years old, I've seen the many faces of Newt Gingrich, I just haven't got the intuition to tell which face I'm looking at now!

How far am I expected to compromise my values? We had a "compassionate conservative" last time around and look what happened fiscally!

I'm not as concerned as much about the presidency as I am republicans( there are plenty of weak conservatives already) keeping the House and gaining a majority in the Senate.

It's not going to matter WHO gets elected if, a conservative majority is not put in place in both houses.

As long as we keep voting for the mediocrity that the Republicans give us, that's all we'll ever get.

I'll vote, for there is a lot at stake on the local levels. There's plenty of time before the elections to decide on a presidential candidate.

I'm NOT a registered republican, tho' I used to be, I'm a registered conservative. Sadly I'm old enough to remember when the word republican was synonymous with conservative. The Karl Rove "types" deserted us conservatives a long time ago! And the RINO's seem to be in control.

Beamish, Newt.....conservative..tell me, you ARE kidding, right?

beamish said...

beamish, I can see that your harangues are really changing peoples' minds and they're not supporting the Tea Parties anymore!
Happy? :-)


I'm content. I'll be happy when Hillary Clinton throws her hat in the ring as either a primary challenger to or a running mate of Obama and the Teabaggers go back to the Democratic Party that foisted them upon Republicans in the first place.

It'll be a long time before I forgive the slander against conservatives that is calling the Tea Party "conservative."

beamish said...

Beamish, Newt.....conservative..tell me, you ARE kidding, right?

Not at all. Sure, there are more conservative characters than Newt Gingrich out there (myself included), but you'd never get a government shutdown to bring about welfare reform and a budget surplus to tax cuts scheme relying on neo-Keynesian welfare statists like Michelle Bachmann to run Congress.

beamish said...

And without Newt in Congress after '98, we got... what we got. A Republican Congress that couldn't distinguish itself from Democrats.

beamish said...

Z, if you'll recall, I made it abundantly clear that I would spit in the face of "conservatism" if the far left Teabaggers foisted left-wing Ron Paul- and Michelle Bachmann-style "conservatives" on the GOP.

I'm a man of my word.

FrogBurger said...

Hey Beamish, if the Tea Party is far left, where's Ducky?

beamish said...

Hey Beamish, if the Tea Party is far left, where's Ducky?

In the Ron Paul / Cindy Sheehan orgy tent in Zucotti Park, naturally.

Scotty said...

but you'd never get a government shutdown to bring about welfare reform and a budget surplus to tax cuts scheme relying on neo-Keynesian welfare statists like Michelle Bachmann to run Congress.

You'll get NO argument from me on that!

And without Newt in Congress after '98, we got... what we got. A Republican Congress that couldn't distinguish itself from Democrats.

And, I would agree with that too. I haven't ruled out Newt totally, he's still got some winnin' over to do with me as I have had a problem with some of his "party first" Conservatism second moves he's made over the years.

And, I could make some allowances for that but, some of his endorsements of liberal republican candidates has left me cold, many times. When there were other viable candidates out there, but they were deemed "un-electable" by the party snobs.

I'm still listening....really close.

Like I said earlier, it ain't over yet...

Rita said...

Beamish: I missed it somehow, but I for the life of me can not figure out how you come to the conclusion the TEA Party is liberal. And please don't throw Ron Paul in that mix. No one in the TEA Party supports him, he just likes to make that claim.

Can you please define EXACTLY what views you think the TEA Party holds that are anywhere close to the left?

I don't see it, never have. But I've dozens of your comments claiming it.

Clue me in.

Pris said...

Scotty, if people like you don't vote for Obama's opponent, no matter who it is, you will have, not just Obama, but all the far left radical czars kept in power as well.

We need to be rid of the entire administration, and can't afford to be purists.

Consider this, if Obama get's re-elected, the hammer will come down on us like it hasn't up to now.

I think Newt can win. He's bold, and as smart as they come. I thought we wanted boldness not spineless.

What was it that Newt promised in the Contract with America, that you didn't like? They balanced the budget for four years, got welfare reform passed, and Clinton signed it the second time Congress shoved it in his face, and they produced a budget surplus.

Bachmann is bold too, for that matter, and a conservative who is one of the few, who speaks supportively about the Constitution, regardless of what Beamish thinks.

He's so hung up over Ron Paul he's lost his perspective and thinks Paul runs the Tea Party.

beamish said...

Beamish: I missed it somehow, but I for the life of me can not figure out how you come to the conclusion the TEA Party is liberal. And please don't throw Ron Paul in that mix. No one in the TEA Party supports him, he just likes to make that claim.

I don't think the Tea Party is "liberal." They'd be almost tolerable if they were merely "liberal" instead of far left.

And no, I will not separate the Tea Party from its scumbag racist founder, Ron Paul. The Tea Party won't, why should I?

Can you please define EXACTLY what views you think the TEA Party holds that are anywhere close to the left?

Populism is not conservatism, never was. All populist movements are fundamentally left-wing.

In the tradition of other American populist movements over the last 100+ years, the Populists, the Greenbacks, the Progressives, the Ross Perot Reformists, etc. the far left Tea Party 'movement' has been characteristically proto-fascist in demeanor. They're all champions of the welfare state, constantly interjecting that their beloved Social Security and Medicare must be protected from all enemies Mexican and fiscal conservative.

You hear the Teabaggers complain about defense spending and national security priorities, particularly as budgetary targets to cut to preserve their Social Security / Medicare Ponzi schemes.

Essentially, the Tea Party is a Baby Boomer rejection of the idea that they should have not left their retirement up to their beloved government bureaucracies. Look at them now, all clamoring to save Social Security and Medicare at the expense of working people today. Milking their mistake for all its worth.

Is that "conservatism" now? Going to the wall to "save" social welfare / entitlement programs from their inevitable collapse?

No, no, it isn't. Welfare statists are NOT conservatives.

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Pris:

He's so hung up over Ron Paul he's lost his perspective and thinks Paul runs the Tea Party.

Who runs the Tea Party this week? Louis Beam?

beamish said...

And, I could make some allowances for that but, some of his endorsements of liberal republican candidates has left me cold, many times. When there were other viable candidates out there, but they were deemed "un-electable" by the party snobs.

Could you name an alleged "unelectable" Teabagger candidate that actually did get elected?

Neither can I. The candidacies of Sharron Angle and Christine O'Donnell assured America that we'd still have the leftist Harry Reid as Senate Majority leader and get arch-leftist Chris Coons of Delaware as a Senator too.

I, for one, find it desperately pathetic and laughable that Teabaggers count the election of the liberal Scott Brown of Massachussetts and the ouster of Anthony Weiner from the House of Representatives over his sexting scandal as "conservative victories."

Any more "conservative victories" like that and we should all hope the political war doesn't kill us all.

It's time the Tea Party amateur hour just go the hell away.

Z said...

beamish said...

Z, if you'll recall, I made it abundantly clear that I would spit in the face of "conservatism" if the far left Teabaggers foisted left-wing Ron Paul- and Michelle Bachmann-style "conservatives" on the GOP.

I'm a man of my word."

Don't look now, but Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann are O V E R

Z said...

OH, God, Rita

Beamish. Go ahead.
No social security.
No Medicare
Back to Pilgrim ROck with us, right?

Rita said...

Wow. So Ron Paul is the TEA Party founder? I must have missed that piece of information, maybe because I have never seen the claim except by you.

You've just made me realize that I should not have asked you the question, mainly because nothing in your answer agrees with one thing I believe as a TEA Party member.

I'm not sure who you think represents the TEA Party and will come out and declare Ron Paul is a kook, but last time I checked the TEA Party really is a grass roots movement, unlike the union planned OWS group.

Quite frankly, speaking for the TEA Party, I'm not overjoyed with any of the slate of the GOP candidates. I was hoping that Mike Pence would run for President, but instead he's opted for running for Indiana's governor.

But I'll leave you to your own beliefs, even though I cannot find one iota of information in your response that describes me or my friends as TEA Party members.

Mark said...

I would very much like Newt to explain why he consented to do a PSA with Nancy Pelosi about the mythical Global Warming.

If he did it because he believes in Anthropogenic Global Warming, then I suspect his intelligence and ability to discern BS from fact.

If he did it for the money, then I would suspect, as a President, he might govern solely to enrich himself, much like Obama is doing now.

If there is another reason why, I don't know what it could be. If there isn't, I find both answers troubling to say the least.

Before I'll back Gingrich, he has to satisfy me that he isn't a closet Liberal.

beamish said...

Don't look now, but Ron Paul and Michele Bachmann are O V E R

But the leftists Rick "I supported Hillarycare before anyone ever heard of Obama" Perry and Herman "promote me or my pal Jesse Jackson will sue you for racism" Cain remain.

Like I said, I'm content.

Patiently waiting to piss on the grave of the left-wing Teabagger 'movement,' actually.

beamish said...

Back to Pilgrim ROck with us, right?

I'm sorry, is there something wrong with self-reliant people under a small government?

Z said...

You know, Beamish, you're getting kind of funny! I mean, it's a broken record of your imaginings.

And ya, Beamish, this country's just FILLED up with 'self reliant' people now, isn't it..:-)

Rita.....you figured it out in very few encounters with Beamish. Bravo.

beamish said...

I would very much like Newt to explain why he consented to do a PSA with Nancy Pelosi about the mythical Global Warming.

If he did it because he believes in Anthropogenic Global Warming, then I suspect his intelligence and ability to discern BS from fact.

If he did it for the money, then I would suspect, as a President, he might govern solely to enrich himself, much like Obama is doing now.


Gingrich has answered this already...

Newt absolutely opposes “cap and trade” as well as any system of taxing carbon emissions. He testified before Congress against it in 2009 and led a grassroots effort while the Chairman of American Solutions to block its passage in the House and Senate.

Newt believes that cap and trade would kill hundreds of thousands of American jobs, cause electricity and fuel prices to skyrocket, and make America poorer. In contrast, Gingrich believes the best way to protect the environment is through markets, incentives, and entrepreneurs, who quite often are deploying innovative new technologies.

As for the question of whether industrial development has dramatically contributed to a warming of the atmosphere, Newt has noted there is no settled scientific conclusion. Many scientists believe it is the case. Others do not. But this unsettled scientific question has nothing to do with the best approach to protecting our environment, which is always markets, incentives, and entrepreneurs creating better and more efficient products and services.

Q: So why did Newt do the ad with Nancy Pelosi in 2007 calling for action to address climate change?

Newt does not believe there is a settled scientific conclusion about whether industrial development has dramatically contributed to a warming of the atmosphere.


Through his entire career, Newt has supported pro-market, pro-entrepreneur, innovative solutions to our environmental challenges, which he believes are superior to the liberal pro-bureaucracy, pro-tax, pro-regulation approach to the environment.

Newt believes that conservatives cannot be absent from the conversation about the environment and instead that conservatives must offer and explain why conservative solutions are better. Unfortunately, the attempt to get that message out through the ad with Nancy Pelosi failed. On November 8, 2011, Newt told FOX News’ Bret Baier that doing that commercial with Pelosi was “probably the dumbest single thing I’ve ever done”.

Newt will continue to oppose the Democrats’ destructive cap-and-trade and carbon tax proposals, continue to support expanded domestic oil and gas drilling, and continue to fight for a fundamental replacement of the job-killing Environmental Protection Agency with an Environmental Solutions Agency.


- from http://www.newt.org/answers#GlobalWarming

Z said...

Mark, Newt's ONLY in this for the money.
Of course he's backing out of that awful Pelosi ad so fast he should be beeping...."I don't know WHAT made me DO that!" $$$$$

Z said...

"Newt believes that conservatives cannot be absent from the conversation about the environment and instead that conservatives must offer and explain why conservative solutions are better."

That's IT? How about coming up with some, Newt? :-)

beamish said...

And ya, Beamish, this country's just FILLED up with 'self reliant' people now, isn't it..:-)

Like your "non-milquetoast conservative hero" Donald Trump?

Please.

You're not even on the bus to take me to school.

beamish said...

That's IT? How about coming up with some, Newt? :-)

Well, obviously he needs to abandon his career of fighting draconian enviromental regulations on American energy producers and get a reality TV show and ridiculous combover 'do and start ranting about how Obama faked his own birth in Hawaii.

beamish said...

Or, not.

Z said...

So, I'm repressing what I'd really like to say to you (and you know it very well) and you're INSULTING me, too?

Your blog is FULL of this crap; I invite anybody here to please check it out.

Thanks!

Z said...

by the way, TRUMP?
You have to go to TRUMP instead of answer my question? wow
You're beginning to sound like Ducky.

beamish said...

Wow. So Ron Paul is the TEA Party founder? I must have missed that piece of information, maybe because I have never seen the claim except by you.

You've just made me realize that I should not have asked you the question, mainly because nothing in your answer agrees with one thing I believe as a TEA Party member.


Yawn. I've seen this dodge before.

You Teabaggers can't even agree on whether or not the racist Mark "Allah is a monkey god" Williams is a Teabagger in good standing or if the "Tea Party Federation" has the power to decide who's a Teabagger or not.

If the "Tea Party Federation" speaks for the Teabagger 'movement,' they are the ones polling over 70% in opposition to cutting your favorite entitlement programs.

But, as soon as you decide who's in charge of the Teabagger 'movement,' maybe you could ask them why they're backing leftist entitlement junkies for President.

beamish said...

So, I'm repressing what I'd really like to say to you (and you know it very well) and you're INSULTING me, too?

What part of your gushing zeal for Donald Trump did I get wrong?

Rita said...

Yeah Z, I really knew better than to ask. I've never asked him the question before, but I was actually hoping that he might have some point that made sense.

Beak used to believe the TEA Party is anti-semitic because he thought we backed Ron Paul. After a few good intellectual debates, he realized Paul was just trying to use the TEA Party to get elected and no one buys into that. Hell, you'll see tons of OWSers who are actually Paulites. I never ran into ONE TEA Partier that thought Paul was even to be considered as anything but a nut.

So, that will be the first and last of my discussion with Beamish. He only proved my point as to why I could never understand his position.

beamish said...

by the way, TRUMP?
You have to go to TRUMP instead of answer my question?


I'm sorry, I can't answer your question in 30 seconds and leave room for cute cartoon characters.

I guess you'll have to slog through reading Newt Gingrich's policy positions in his own words like everyone else.

beamish said...

That wasn't quite fair of me to say.

You could summarize Gingrich's enviromental / energy policies thusly:

"Let the private sector do what the government won't let it do."

Z said...

You have to go to TRUMP instead of answer my question?

beamish said...

You have to go to TRUMP instead of answer my question?

I'm truly not interested in dumbing it down for you, Z.

If you really believe a rather ill-advised 30-second TV ad with Nancy Pelosi on participating in environmental discussions cancels out Newt Gingrich's 32 years of fighting left-wing concocted enviromental regulations and promoting private sector alternatives to increasing the size of government, I don't have a clue what to tell you.

Except perhaps that Dog the Bounty Hunter is your ideal Teabagger.

beamish said...

Unless of course, he's back

LOL

Rita said...

This is quite entertaining. Since the only Mark Williams I know is my ex-husband from twenty years ago and since he was barely capable of holding a job longer than two months, I kinda doubt he knows anything about politics.

And I've never heard of the Tea Party Federation. Sounds like something on Star Trek, The Next Generation.

Amazing that people who actually consider themselves part of the TEA Party really have no idea who and what you are referring to.

Ron Paul 2012 (For Dog Catcher).

Z, where do you find these people? I gotta go find my tin foil hat.

Kid said...

Hey Chris Mathews. I could have told you 1.5 years before the 08 elections that obama was a flim-flam man, and a lying sock puppet with not even enough experience to work a solid shift at a McDonalds. But hey.

You know what Chris? All I want from you is an Apology to the American People for shoving this Imbecile down the unsuspecting and trusting throats of our young people who were ill-equipped to come to the proper conclusion about Obama themselves. And Keep Apologizing until they all hear it.

Dig?

Then for your own interest in soul cleansing, you should continue to work in media, tirelessly exposing all of the flim-flam worthless bastards on the left AND right who stand in the way of America's greatness. Seriously, you don't want to go to the grave some years from now, hopefully many, with obama hanging around your neck.

Kid said...

PS - If this is real, can't you just hear the Libtard 'brains' exploding right and left across the country, though most will be very delayed reactions.

Z said...

Rita, it's a long story...
I've even considered them friends!!!

Ya, just ignore and proceed......life's too short.

Kid, well said. Ya, part of the reason I posted this was to get the libtards' heads to explode! :-)

Oddly enough, my liberals ignored this post and haven't commented on it!
(beamish sounds like a liberal for slamming the TPers but he'll tell you he's far FAR more conservative than ANY TPer :-)

Rita said...

Not sure I can understand what someone who's farther right than I am would be like.

Not dissing anyone here, but extreme right in my mind are the satanists at Westboro church and those that plot to kill abortionists. And I'm VERY Pro-life.

Joe said...

The frustrating thing is that liberals pretend that nobody could have seen BO's ineptitude coming.

We were scoffed at, ridiculed and derided for predicting that he was too inexperienced to be an effective president and too leftist to gain the favor of the majority.

Now the libs pretend that we never said those things and act surprised that BO didn't fulfil their leg tickles.

Prediction: Libs will blame 100% of BO's character failings and ineptitude on right-wing radicals.

beamish said...

And I've never heard of the Tea Party Federation. Sounds like something on Star Trek, The Next Generation.

I know, right? Apparently some industrious folk believe there is something more to being a Teabagger than waving a misspelled homemade sign outside a politician's public appearance. Maybe you missed the memo.

Regardless, there is a Teabagger group claiming to be the National Tea Party Federation.

And when they're polled, they near unanimously scream "don't touch my Medicare!"

beamish said...

Not sure I can understand what someone who's farther right than I am would be like.

It's not hard to understand.

I don't attend Tea Party events because I can't stand being around leftists.

beamish said...

Not dissing anyone here, but extreme right in my mind are the satanists at Westboro church and those that plot to kill abortionists. And I'm VERY Pro-life.

The Westboro cult is led by a former Democrat candidate for Governor of Kansas, and have nothing to do with right-wing politics at all, much less the "extreme right."

People who plot to kill abortion doctors? Who is that? Is it a group large enough to be considered "people" or is it some lone wolf dickhead?

beamish said...

(beamish sounds like a liberal for slamming the TPers but he'll tell you he's far FAR more conservative than ANY TPer :-)

I'm certainly more conservative than any of the leftists the Teabaggers are backing for President.