Friday, December 16, 2011

VOTERS GUIDE TO REPUBLICANS......Show this to a student you know.........open their eyes to the TRUTH

Bill Whittle's done it again with this video......please watch it all the way through and send it to students you know, or show it at home over the holiday to captive kids in your house :-)   

Interesting how the Left's spun things around, isn't it?  See what happens when indoctrination's succeeded over a couple of generations and the media's part of that indoctrinated group?
Keep fighting, folks....thanks to Joe for posting this at his place and to Bill Whittle who keeps fighting the good fight.

z

63 comments:

Mr.Brian S. said...

It was alright when the Neo-Libs did it to Neo-Con Bush though right? I seen Bush as everything from a joker to Hitler. Where were the hypocrite liberals then? It's only fun when we do it to them? I'm glad I'm a Libertarian and not something the Banksters invented to keep fighting the 'other' side, divide & conquer. Bush was a tragedy and Obama is even worse. You need to wake up and come to your senses, stupid sheeple Zombies.

sue hanes said...

Z - I watched the video presented by Bill Whittle and thought that if Democrats were really responsible for and supported Slavery then that should be brought
to light.

A couple of things in the video bothered me:

~Evil is generic - Really?

~Nazi stuff - I wish peole would stop bringing up a time when evil reigned. Nazism and Hitler were just pure evil. Terrible things happened during that era and I don't think it will ever happen again. I don't like to think about Hitler and Nazis.

~I forgot to mention on the plus side that Bill Whittle makes good use of really cool pictures and other little figures to illustrate the video.

~When he would seem to be making a good point he would drop his voice to a whisper and I couldn't tell what he was saying cause my hearing isn't like it used to be.

~Several times there was fire shooting out of the video and that would startle and scare me.


Overall - not a bad video - but I am a (good) Democrat so I don't buy it - except if Democrats did do all those bad things than they should be held accountable for it -but some of us Democrats are not bad.

Always On Watch said...

Z,
I'll be posting this next week.

Brooke said...

Brilliant, OUT OF THE PARK.

There will not be a peep out of Ducky or the other typical leftists on this post; the cannot argue cold hard facts.

I wonder... Just how much of this actual history is taught in our public schools?

Nevermind. I think we all know the answer to that.

Silverfiddle said...

Sue: It's all historical fact. And I agree with you that not all democrats are bad, just as not all republicans are good.

It's not dem vs repub. It's liberty vs tyranny, and both parties carry on their debates towards the tyranny end of the spectrum. Which flavor do you like?

For those who would like to explore these themes more in depth, I highly recommend Jonah Goldberg's "Liberal Fascism." It is meticulously researched and footnoted and brilliantly argued. Progressives are the fascists.

Ticker said...

Good presentation by Whittle EXCEPT someone needs to teach him the history of the beginnings of the Civil War. I was not slavery as that issue ranked way down the list. On top of the list was economy- free enterprise/free trade, States Rights fell somewhere between that and slavery.

Sorry Bill but you evidently went to school in yankee land and were taught by Democrat/socialist teachers.

Z said...

Brian, WHO needs to wake up? And who's a Zombie? ??
I'm not clear on your comment.

Sue, this is truth; this is what I and many bloggers have complained about since our blogs opened; indoctrination. Believe what you'd like to believe as a good Democrat.
I'll even go so far as to say that even if Democrats have covered their history up thru Dem-inspired textbooks, etc., it's wrong to condemn them all NOW for this all because I don't think most Dems are racist today.
I suppose you probably think the Civil Rights Bill was finally adopted via Dems, too.b
Republicans are against Affirmative Action not to be against Blacks! They're against it now because it suggests Blacks can't make it on their own. It served a purpose for a while and now it's just plain unfair to all, for example. But, the Left paints it as "you don't care about BLacks!"
And yes, I am sick to death of NAZIs always being brought up mostly because people have the ridiculous tendency (I've heard it) to think Germans have that in their blood.

AOW, GOOD, we need to get THIS SEEN.

Brooke...the textbooks are very slanted and all we want is TRUTH and even handedness; we don't want an ALL CONSERVATIVE ANYTHING...we wanted teachers to teach our kids to THINK.
But, they're so indoctrinated by now...it's worrisome at best.

Silverfiddle; you're right, but we must remember that, while it's not Dem v Rep, in a way it IS because the Reps have let the Dems railroad us, sleeping through the misinformation of our kids' schooling.

Z said...

Ticker, I think it's because he's not here to do a whole primer on the CIvil War. He made his point better than most, in my opinion.

sue hanes said...

SF - My choice for the Flavor of the week would be Liberty.

sue hanes said...

Z - The thing is I don't care who brought about Civil Rights - just that it was instituted - and that it worked.

I think that Affirmative Action was neccessary at the time to jump
start giving Blacks a chance get in there and have a chance to succeed in life - and I do think that there were those who would have prevented it without AA.

Now AA may have outlived it's usefulness - so if that is true then it needs to be reevaluated and/or eliminated.


But there always has to be someone to look out for those who are being discriminated against - unfortunately.

sue hanes said...

Well - Nazi-ism did originate in Germany - didn't it.

I loved living in Germany and I have nothing but good to say about the German people.


I will go as far to say that we can now bring ALL of our Troops home from Germany.

I have a feeling that we have nothing to fear from Germany.

Z said...

I care very much because it's used against Republicans.
I'm very very tired of the truth being not known and a lie being used to insult.
And, of course AA served a purpose, as I said in my comment above, Sue.

By promising freebies and favors to Hispanics and Black Americans one can get a lot of votes but it's what Bush called "The soft bigotry of low expectations"....I think it's sad and very insulting.
And so do my own personal Hispanic and Black friends.

liberaldude said...

"Show this to a student?" The GOP is making it harder for students to even vote by not allowing the use of students iD in many states. Classic GOP suppression of our rights.

This video insanely stupid. Any person who believes this horseshit deserves what they get by voting republican.

Debbie said...

Passing this one along for sure.

Debbie
Right Truth
http://www.righttruth.typepad.com

sue hanes said...

Z - I can understand why - as a Republican - you care about what people are saying against your party.


But the thing is - Z - our Country is in Trouble.

I believe it's time to set aside Party Loyalties and ask:


What needs to be done to Save our Country?

Impertinent said...

"Terrible things happened during that era and I don't think it will ever happen again."


Really? Look around...it's shifted from Europe...now it's the turbin heads who get a turn at fascism ( shhhh...used to be called Nazism ) now it's repackaged and called Islam. Ever watched those Revolutionary Guards goose step down the Tehran way?

Think it can't happen again? It is...all around us and has been since 1948.

Tell that to Israel too. They need a good laugh.

Impertinent said...

"not allowing the use of students iD in many states."


Maybe cause they are known for making them off of laser printers in their dorms...so that can fake their drinking age?

ES&D

Lisa said...

Hey Z got a down moment,haven't had a chnce to commnet for a few days but I can't resist a rebuttal to libdud

"Any person who believes this horse shit deserves what they get by voting republican."

There's libdud at it again.
Just look around at the inner cities run by Democrats and see how they have advanced the black community.
When Giuliani was Mayor of NYC unemployment and welfare went down and crime was down.
The dems need unrest and dependency so they can pretend to be the "good guys" to solve the very problems they create.

Z said...

Lisa, it's no use.
Libdude's Christmas present should be to THINK and remember that many brilliant people were and are Republicans and to grow up and accept two ways of looking at things.

I think more liberals need to realize that the only way we're going to heal our country is to stop the indoctrination toward the far left and teach our kids to THINK again, and have respect.
As it is, even today, the Left has maligned the Right so badly in schools and the media that when Lefties ask "How can we fix our country?" I suggest that the hate could stop toward Conservative values and the Constitution, that the president could stop saying nobody on the Right cares or has any good ideas (they do, we just don't get them broadcast in the media), etc etc.
That could be a start.

As it is, the hate mongers never quit and you'll all see this even more exaggeratedly during the coming year.

Lisa said...

well said Z and oh so true.

Z said...

thanks, Lisa, honey..I wish I was wrong, you know?
Who ever thought Americans would be so dishonest, so ...well, UNAMERICAN?

beamish said...

Whittle's talking about the Republican Party I joined.

You know, the one that never makes the news.

beamish said...

...meanwhile, making the news...

The Tea Party-dominated US House of Representatives has BANNED Christmas.

Z said...

OFF TOPIC:

Piers Morgan asks Harry Connick if he's political.

Connick has the good sense to demure and say he doesn't like to share his politics ... that "sometimes I just don't know what I'm talking about"

to which Piers Morgan says...

"Heheh...ya, sort of like what I've seen in some recent debates!! HEHEH!"

Why DOESN'T the DNC have to pay for things like this? It's free hate mongering, after all.

beamish said...

To be fair to Piers Morgan, Michelle Bachmann, Ron Paul, and Rick Perry are still participating in debates, and even their supporters don't know what they're talking about ;)

Rita said...

In the interest of maintaining the truth on your blog Z, the "Teapublicans" had no role ins banning Merry Christmas.

Point 1: The banning was enacted by the Franking Commission. A body I had never heard of before. Below is the extent of their authority according to their own website:

"Pursuant to Public Law 93-191, the bipartisan Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards or the "Franking Commission" has a three fold mandate: (1) to issue regulations governing the proper use of the franking privilege; (2) to provide guidance in connection with mailings; (3) to act as a quasi-judicial body for the disposition of formal complaints against Members of Congress who have allegedly violated franking laws or regulations."

Point 2: The prohibition of any type of holiday greeting from a member of the house was banned by the Franking Committee in 1974!!!!

Point 3: If someone can point me to an ACCURATE story that actually existed in 1974, much less held hostage the Franking Commission, I might POSSIBLY concede the point that the TEA Party had anything whatsoever with banning the term Merry Christmas

Point 4: Last time I checked, the TEA Party did not hold the house majority. That would be held by the Republicans, many of which are the antithesis of the TEA Party.

Point 5: Why is it so difficult to spend 5 minutes of research before someone spouts off idiotic rhetoric they've read written by someone who is too lazy to actually research their article.

I suppose if you read it online it MUST be true.

Excuse me while I go into the other room to have a migraine.

Kid said...

Bill is the best. But you know, to me, the sins of the democrats regards the black people are so transparent, that it boggles the mind that any black person would support any democrat. Yet, most of them do support them all. And the black caucus is entirely democrat.

The focus of my belief that we will never accomplish anything worthwhile in this country. Though as an individual, You Can accomplish something worthwhile. And hopefully you will.

David Schantz said...

Thank you Z. Things hadn't been going real well, they started getting a little better. Then I watched the video. It was great! Brooke, I'm glad you said, "Nevermind. I think we all know the answer to that." I was concerned when I read what you said just before that.
God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

Z said...

Rita, gad, you're good. I really appreciate that information.
I could say something about having been franked, but...you know..:-) (not on my blog!)
hmmm.
Also, I scanned that link quickly but it didn't look like the House or the Senate stuff was THAT different...
?

Kid...hopefully I will? "I" as in Z??

Hi, David, good to see you here.
I'm not reading you....what were you worried that I'd said?

Maybe I'm tired because I'm not quite on track , it looks like , with my questions to you and Kid!!!

Rita said...

Sorry Z: I get a bit testy when someone deliberately misstates things I firmly believe in.

So, I would prefer to spend 5 minutes of research to see if the claim is valid. I'll concede my point if I independently go to the source instead of referring to some lame article.

Much like the reporting on the OWS crowd. I do not get my opinion from ANY news source, I've read the inane minutes of the group which makes me have flashbacks of the stupid junior high school girl cat fights. Once you read the OWS' own minutes, you realize that even Fox News paints them in a better light than their own words do.

Kid said...

Z, I don't see an "I" in my comment. So - not sure. But my sentiment is that everyone become successful regardless of the evil that permeates DC et al.

Z said...

Kid..oops, sorry! You said "And hopefully you will."

I wrote "I" as in "ME"....for "YOU"
Boy, now both of us are confused, huh?! xx


Rita..."testy"? That was fantastic, not testy! I appreciate your doing the due diligence.
The OWS minutes are WORSE than we hear? WHOA. And, "gee, where's the media?" (just kidding, I know where they are..!)

Rita said...

Z: I guess I wouldn't say I believe the OWSer's are "worse" because when I listened to the media I was actually much more concerned about them than I am now. (I'm excluding those in Oakland because they are anarchists and exremely dangerous, IMO).

I would describe the NY OWSer's as perfectly displaying why socialism/communism doesn't work. Their minutes read like some 8th grader fight. The are in complete disarray with infighting between determining which group is in control, while maintaining all the while they are leaderless.

Even more intriguing is that the hundreds of thousands of funds have now been placed in a bank and is strictly controlled by three people. When more reasonable OWSer's question the transparency of the donations and expenditures, they are labeled "traders".

The trader spelling is indicative of the intellect of these people. The minutes also reflect who is "aloud" to speak. These are not typos, they are repeated throughout the minutes.

Occupy Wall Street is imploding. They approve financial requests for printing 9000 PLASTIC stickers to draw attention to a luncheon that is supposed to include 300 women.

Much worse, they approved $23k to send 20 people to support the corrupt Egyption elections. After the approval, someone pointed out the requestor was not who she claimed she was and that sending 20 people to Egypt was probably not a good idea.

beamish said...

Rita,

Conservatism is slandered in the media enough on a daily basis without far-left welfare state Communists like the Tea Party 'movement' miscalling themselves "conservative."

My criticisms may be unfair in degree, but not in essence. You're never going to get two Teabaggers to agree on anything...

Is Ron Paul the "grandfather" of the Tea Party 'movement?' Some argue yes, some argue no.

Are the Republicans that won the majority of the House of Representatives last year indicative of Tea Party 'movement' activism? Some argue yes, some argue no.

Is Mark Williams and his "Tea Party Express" a part of the Tea Party 'movement?' Some argue yes, some argue no.

Does the "Tea Party Federation" have authority over who is a Teabagger and who is not? Some argue yes, some argue no.

Was the election of the left-leaning moderate Scott Brown to the Senate from Massachusetts a "Tea Party victory?" Some argue yes, some argue no.

If the Tea Party 'movement' is responsible for Republicans controlling the House of Representatives, is the House a Tea Party 'movement' dominated Congress? Some argue yes, some argue no.

Was the defeat of Christine O'Donnell in Delaware, receiving even less votes in the election than she did in the state primaries, a Tea Party 'movement' defeat? Some argue yes, some argue no.

All this fever swamp of inconsistency just tells me the Tea Party 'movement' lacks a crucial component of conservatism: consistency.

On top of that, look at where the Tea Party 'movement' is trying to go:

Ron "Nuke the Jews" Paul. Michelle "I made more money scamming welfare than Newt did from Fannie Mae" Bachmann. Rick "need TARP bailouts now" Perry. Herman "raise taxes on 84% of America" Cain. Donald "my hair can file bankruptcy" Trump.

And look at the powerful voices of the Tea Party 'movement' ENDORSING Mitt Romney while ACTUAL conservatives are trying to deny Mitt Romney the GOP nomination:

Glenn "Screw Israel. I'll endorse Ron Paul if Newt Gingrich gets the nomination" Beck.

Ann "Mitt Romney is the most conservative candidate running" Coulter.

South Carolina Governor Nikki "You can't prove I'm a whore" Haley.

Christine "I am not a witch" O'Donnell.

The fact is, I've taken quite enough flak from you left-wing Teabaggers for Romney. If Teabaggers are "conservative" then the dictionary should define "milk" as the sound a lobster makes while towing a battleship with a tricycle. Teabaggers are NOT conservative, so give it a rest.

Which brings us back full circle. The Tea Party 'movement' putatively controls the House of Representatives, yet can't mention Christmas in mailings.

The Democrat controlled Senate can.

What gives?

Chakam Conservative said...

Beamish,

"Ron "Nuke the Jews" Paul."

That's slander and you know it. You think that if and when Iran gets nukes they will immediately seek to destroy Israel?

Do you not know Israel has nukes as well that are pointed at Iran already?

Why are you seeking to paint this picture of Ron Paul as being anti-Israel?

The TEA Party, which isn't even tangible as a political party but more or less a common mindset, is being co-opted by jackasses because it's what they do.

Chakam Conservative said...

Beamish,

(continued)

Israel can take care of herself, believe me. America can stop giving her money as international aid. This does not mean America has suddenly become anti-Israel. It's a shame indeed when money is tied into goodwill, and the giving of said money determines allegiance and spirit.

Rita said...

If you want a prime example of someone who embodies the TEA Party, google Mike Pence.

The TEA Party is NOT a party, it is a grass roots movement. Mitt Romney? That is hilarious. Mitt Romney is nothing more than a Democrat. I am no fan of either O'Donnell or Bachmann. I don't believe in token females getting to the top of a corporation, much less politics.

Early on there was some discussions about whether Mike Pence would run, but he opted to run for Indiana governor. Mark my words, you'll either find him running in 8 years or (God Forbid) four.

Scott Brown won because he promised he would be the 41st vote against Obamacare. Other than one vote, he's just another Democrat.

beamish said...

"Ron "Nuke the Jews" Paul

That's slander and you know it.

Slander would be a false statement intentionally damaging to a person's reputation. Given that neo-Nazi and white supremacist websites virtually monopolize the pro-Paul corners of the Internet, it is not me that is damaging Ron Paul's reputation.

You think that if and when Iran gets nukes they will immediately seek to destroy Israel?

I didn't even mention Iran, yet you instinctively knew I was referring to Ron Paul's cheerleading for Iranian nuclear weapons research. Funny that.

But to answer your question, "destroying Israel" is precisely what Iran has long claimed it will do with its "peaceful energy program."

beamish said...

If you want a prime example of someone who embodies the TEA Party, google Mike Pence.

I like Mike Pence. I hope his political career outlasts the left-wing Tea Party that he has absolutely nothing to do with.

The TEA Party is NOT a party, it is a grass roots movement. Mitt Romney? That is hilarious. Mitt Romney is nothing more than a Democrat.

Which is why Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, Dana Loesch, Christine O'Donnell, Nikki Haley, et. al. are shilling for him?

I am no fan of either O'Donnell or Bachmann. I don't believe in token females getting to the top of a corporation, much less politics.

I really don't care about the fact that Bachmann has a vagina.

If it weren't for Ron Paul, Bachmann would easily be the most mentally deranged candidate in the race.

Her latest delusion is that Newt Gingrich, a candidate with little money and even less organization, is out "buying votes from the Tea Party," which is, charitably speaking, at best a "grass roots movement."

It's clear that Bachmann believes support that "should" be going her way is being purchased from "her" Tea Party base by a candidate that is practically broke. That's not just repulsively stupid, there's got to be some glue huffing involved.

She'll be the next Tea Party dropout, when Iowa embarasses her campaign into oblivion.

beamish said...

Israel can take care of herself, believe me. America can stop giving her money as international aid. This does not mean America has suddenly become anti-Israel. It's a shame indeed when money is tied into goodwill, and the giving of said money determines allegiance and spirit.

I didn't mention money to Israel either.

Ron Paul's views on Middle East policy sure do seem to take on an anti-Israeli bias.

Help me out with some math here, Chakam.

If each Ron Paul supporters "share" of the $3 Billion that America gives to Israel each year (around $9.67 a piece) were returned to them, how big of a "money bomb" could they build? Are we talking Kia Optima or Gulfstream G6?

And would it stop them from engaging in identity theft and credit fraud?

Rita said...

Beam: I live in Indiana. Mike Pence is a BIG headliner at a lot of TEA party gatherings. I can assure you he absolutely believes what the TEA party stands for.

If Pence would have decided to run, you wouldn't be confused as to which candidate we stand behind.

I'm thrilled he decided to run for governor, but I would have been happier if he would have taken the plunge for President.

I would pay big bucks to see him debate Obama.

That being said, unfortunately at this point the only person I can see beating O is Newt. Although he would not be my first choice, he certainly has been impressive in the debates, rarely stammering an answer.

I doubt Obama could even keep up with Newt in a debate.

The rise of the TEA Party is because we are sick of having Democrats posing as Republicans.

And the only candidate I will refuse to vote for would be Ron Paul. At this point I believe he is even more dangerous than Obama. He can label himself TEA party all he wants, but his stance on Iran alone scares the bejezus out of me. If he wins the nomination, I will not vote. Period.

Z said...

to say nothing of the visuals of Obama and Paul debating each other.
Sadly, AMericans are that shallow that IMAGE matters.
Sadly, again, Paul is sucking AMericans into ideas one can hardly blame them for liking...it SOUNDS good to leave every foreign base, etc etc....but are so naive it makes one wince.

beamish said...

I live in Indiana. Mike Pence is a BIG headliner at a lot of TEA party gatherings. I can assure you he absolutely believes what the TEA party stands for.

I'm not trying to argue with you, but does he believe "what the Tea Party stands for" as a national, monolithic entity, or just what the Tea Party groups in Indiana locally stand for?

Because personally, I'm a liitle tired of Tea Party 'movement' people switching back and forth between saying they are a monolithic political force to be reckoned with and saying they're all disparate, local cadres with no central organization, depending on who's asking and how convenient the answer would be.

With the string of leftists the "Tea Party" has put on the national stage for the Presidency.... Bachmann, Perry, Paul, Cain, and Trump (if he wastes our time)... and the "Tea Party" national spokesmen - Beck, Coulter, Loesch, O'Donnell, and Haley all endorsing Romney, I don't see a thing conservative about them.

beamish said...

The rise of the TEA Party is because we are sick of having Democrats posing as Republicans.

Michelle Bachmann - former Democrat
Rick Perry - former Democrat
Herman Cain - former Democrat

It's almost like cheering "incumbents for reform." LOL

Chakam Conservative said...

@beamish,

*yawn*

I'm sorry...were you saying something to me? I dozed off and wasn't paying attention. Please continue your vilification of Ron Paul because some jackass white supremacists like him. I totally get that correlation. Of course, I see it now...Ron Paul wants to kill Jews and Blacks and probably Homosexuals, too! Thank you for enlightening us all, beamish!

Next.

beamish said...

Sorry to kick over your worshipful candle votives to Ron Paul's stupidity, Chakam.

But you have to ask yourself, "Why do white supremacists and neo-Nazis like Ron Paul?"

Is it the racist filth he published in his newsletters in the late 1980's / early 1990's?

Is it his advocacy of Hamas and Hezbollah against Israel?

Is it his willingness to justify Islamic terrorism as the result of American provocations?

Is it his willingness to entertain that there is no Islamic terrorism and that rather it's all a conspiracy cooked up by Karl Rove to make Osama bin Laden look bad?

You don't get to yawn in my class, punk.

Are you an anti-Semitic troofer idiot as well?

beamish said...

Read this, Chakam.

Is Ronald Reagan's White House political director (Jeffrey Lord) so far afoul of conservatism that he can look at Ron Paul and not see a conservative?

Or is Ron Paul an ass clown?

Z said...

Beamish, no Paul fan here, as you know, but this got my curiosity. You want to back that up with a link?

"Is it his willingness to entertain that there is no Islamic terrorism and that rather it's all a conspiracy cooked up by Karl Rove to make Osama bin Laden look bad?"

beamish said...

Z,

Even better. Video!

Ron Paul is asked by a Troofer "Why don't you come out about the truth about 9/11?"

His answer: "I can't handle the controversy, I have the IMF, the Federal Reserve to deal with, I have too many things on my plate..."

What "controversy?"

Why not "WTF are you talking about, you twit?"

These 9/11 Troofers are his flock. His base.

There's hella more video of Ron Paul encouraging the 9/11 conspiracy theorists. Oodles of it.

Why can't Ron Paul separate himself from 9/11 troofers and neo-Nazis?

It's because he's "their voice."

Bush was gleeful about the 9/11 attacks?

Anyone rushing to defend this sick, depraved, stomach-turning asshole Ron Paul needs a good solid shunning. They don't contribute a thing to civil discourse whatsoever.

Z said...

Well, Beamish, there it is.
Maybe I should blog the video this week.

ya, Bush was certainly gleeful about 9/11...I'd like Ron Paul to have a link to THAT, wouldn't you?

thanks. disgusting stuff.

And did you see he told Jay Leno that Michele Bachmann hates Muslims? Cute.

beamish said...

I'm no Bachmann fan by any stretch of the most vivid of imaginations, but if I were advising her to respond to Ron Paul, I'd have her say "I don't hate Muslims. I just see no reason to consult al Qaeda for my foreign policy."

Z said...

He's so naive on foreign policy that he always turned me off but seeing him on Leno and hearing more of his ideas, and then so stupidly and unfairly labeling Bachmann like, that was tough to hear...I thought he had good character....

And then to realize how many people he'd brought in was amazing. They are WELL ORGANIZED, I'll say that for them.
I kept watching and hearing the young voices hooting and hollering for practically every sentence out of Ron Paul's mouth and thinking "Do they realize all this independence stuff includes NO FREE TUITION, kids!?" :-)

"Ruh roh! How fast can I vote for Obama!?" would be the next noise those fans would make.

Even Leno had the look on his face for all the cheers like "Oh, ya, THIS isn't a stacked audience!" :-)

I'm arguing with the son of a friend via emails...he's apparently a huge Paul fan. Every single thing I write back, he has 10 more questions attacking me on defense of Israel, etc..NOTHING I say makes a dent and I finally deleted the last email I was to respond to with "are you kidding me? Like you're going to finally grow up and realize what I'm saying about Ron Paul is right?" no way

beamish said...

BTW.. do blog it... I guarantee it'll be whack a mole all day long.

Got my mallet ready :)

beamish said...

He's so naive on foreign policy that he always turned me off but seeing him on Leno and hearing more of his ideas, and then so stupidly and unfairly labeling Bachmann like, that was tough to hear...I thought he had good character....

Good character would have him telling the 9/11 Troofers that cling to him that he doesn't need their money or their votes.

Good character would have him rejecting money from neo-Nazis and condemning white supremacist websites from collecting money in his name.

Good character would have him not dodging the authorship and / or authorization of racist filth in his newsletters.

Good character would have him requesting that the FEC investigate and shut down foreign websites in Russia and Iran that raise money for him.

Good character would have him not recommending the anti-Semitic literature of John T. Flynn.

Good character would keep him off of Alex Jones' Holocaust denial radio show.

Good character would have him not be a scumbag.

Z said...

Gad, Beamish, I knew I shouldn't have written GOOD CHARACTER...as I typed it, I thought "OH, this'll go over big"
But I have to say that until about 2 weeks ago, I did think he was a kook and could NEVER EVER get elected (picture the debates with him standing on a stepstool next to Obama, all skin and bones and whine...and, sadly, a lot of American are about charisma)...but I thought he was a fine man with love of this country, etc etc.

Lately, the more he talks, the more creepy he's become.

I might blog it...we'll see.

I'm gone for the day..see ya

Z said...

by the way, think I should blog the Bush video or the IMF video...
the IMF is hard to understand and nobody's going to watch till he gets to the Truthers stuff...I could barely understand his words but it seemed to me like he didn't get there for the first half of the video.

I'll watch again when I get home, but...??

liberaldude said...

Lisa said: "Just look around at the inner cities run by Democrats and see how they have advanced the black community."

Wow! One of the stupidest comments you've mede...well, in about a day. Not to mention elitist and racist.

Kid said...

How so, liberaldude. Clue us in to your line of thinking here. Tell us how the black communities are doing good in places like Detroit and Chicago and New York and all the other bastions of democrat politics.

Or is calling someone stupid all you got?

Rita said...

Let's see. LibDude: Do you believe voter ID laws are racist?

beamish said...

"Ruh roh! How fast can I vote for Obama!?" would be the next noise those fans would make.

Yes they can! Yes they can!

Z said...

liberaldude, do yourself (and us) a favor and check out the worst cities in America and see they're all run by Democrats. Sorry..it's just the truth. I know it's hard for you to hear.

Kid, that's all the left EVER has.

Rita... yes, leftists actually believe that leaving room for illegal voting is just fine....any hint of propriety and making sure they're CITIZENS is considered racist to a leftist.

Beamish...so true

Rita said...

Z: The libs are also the first to claim the black community is being targeted in the voter ID laws. Yet, LibDud was calling Lisa a racist because she suggested the blacks in Democrat run districts are worse off. Funny, when the libs say it, it's the evil conservatives keeping them down, when a conservative points out the Dems policies have hurt the black community, they are called racist.

Notice Libdud wouldn't answer the question?

Z said...

Rita...libs can't answer, they regurgitate what they've heard.

Remember, young people aren't taught to think anymore, they're taught WHAT to think, right!? I think this is an excellent example of that.

And yes, the irony is there...
I keep remembering the best Bush saying "the soft bigotry of low expectations".
The left doesn't expect more from the Black community; they just don't think they've got it in them, which is highly insulting.