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It’s official, America has chosen socialism, we have lost the country. If the vote count wasn’t rigged, we are outnumbered at the polls by the socialists and it will only get worse. The election should have been a slam dunk for Romney, if any president deserved to be fired it was Obama.


The choice was clear. On the right you had traditional American values, the work ethic, rugged individualism, pride of accomplishment, the opportunity to become the best you can be, and a smaller and less intrusive government.


On the left you had socialism, an ever growing government which means loss of freedom, higher deficit spending, higher taxation, more regulations to stifle jobs and productivity, more entitlements, and the promise of cradle to grave care by the government.


The moron voter could care less about the financial doom facing America so long as their unearned government entitlements keep rolling in. They ask the rich to pay their fair share, yet most of them pay no income taxes. What about their fair share? Ten-percent of Americans pay 90-percent of the taxes and that’s not considered a fair share. If Obama confiscated all the wealth from America’s millionaires, not taxed them, but took everything, it would run the government for about 30 days and the millionaire tax base would be gone forever.


The moron voters believe America is unfair and unjust because some have more than they do, and Obama will get even. In a campaign speech, Obama stated that “voting is the best form of revenge.” If you are jealous or contemptuous of those who have worked hard to become successful, then perhaps your dark twisted soul should seek professional help. It may be covered under Obama care. Have any of you Obama voters ever got a job from a poor person?


How come 3 million Republicans stayed home on election day? A significant number of the Republican base that could have given Mitt Romney at least a lead in the overall vote, stayed home. The 3 million were fed up with the Republican establishment running moderates like Bob Dole, John McCain and a Massachusetts moderate like Mitt Romney.


Considering the alternative, Barack Obama, why wouldn’t they turn out for the lessor of two evils? They believe the country is heading for the cliff, and rather than run towards the cliff at 100 miles per hour, Romney would only slow things down by heading towards the cliff at 70 MPH. They want to get it over with. The “cliff’ is defined as the total economic collapse of America.


Why did the Republicans fail? The pundits claim the Republicans lost because the Grand Old Party is too old, too white, and too male. That they are out of touch with African American, Hispanic and women voters.


What’s wrong with us old Republican White dudes? Wasn’t it the old Republican White dudes that ended slavery in America? Wasn’t it the old Republican White dudes that passed all the civil rights legislation while Democrats fought against it? Wasn’t it the old Republican White dudes that established the NAACP, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People?


Now we have to listen to imbeciles like Joe Biden tell Blacks that we want to put them back in chains. Hey Joe Dumass, the Kluckers dressed in white sheets who terrorized, tormented, tortured and killed Blacks were predominately Democrats. Your Democrat buddies like Governor George Wallace fought fiercely to prevent Blacks from sitting at the lunch counter, riding in the front of the bus and integrating the schools. So why do over 90-percent of Blacks always vote for Democrats?


How are Republicans out of touch with Hispanic voters? Don’t we all want the same thing, good jobs to support our families and a decent standard of living? If Republicans granted amnesty to every illegal alien in the country the Hispanics still wouldn’t vote for them. Immigration is not the issue.


If Republicans offered women government funded abortions on demand and free contraceptives they still wouldn’t vote for them. Abortion is not the issue.


So why do Blacks, Hispanics and women always line up with the Democrats? Blaming the Republicans for failure to reach out is a load of crap. They vote for Democrats for the same reason every other ethnic group, including Whites, vote for Democrats.


Several years ago a friend asked why the people of Massachusetts keep sending a liberal socialist like Ted Kennedy back to the Senate. “Because Ted Kennedy is like Santa Claus to the people of Massachusetts, you can’t run against Santa and win.”


The Democrats are the party of freebies from Santa Claus, and you can’t win against Santa. They want the government, and trust government to take care of them and provide for their needs. Republicans want people to stand on their own and take care of themselves. This makes the Republican Party the enemy of entitlements. It’s about that simple. The only way Republicans can win in the new Socialist States of America is to compromise their convictions and out Santa Claus the Democrats.


Ayn Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged” is about to come to pass in Obama’s America. In her novel the creators and producers are facing confiscatory taxation and stifling regulations. They are hated and vilified by the government and the people, and can’t understand why their accomplishments and contributions to society are not appreciated. Because they are over taxed, over regulated and held in contempt for their accomplishments, the creators and producers decide to go on strike. They walk away from their businesses and factories and mysteriously disappear. With the tax base and the producers disappearing the world is plunged into chaos and darkness.

The book was first published in 1957 and the hard copy version is 1168 pages long. It was made into a movie and Part One came out last year. Part Two came out a few weeks ago.


“We are on strike against the creed of unearned rewards. We are on strike against the dogma that the pursuit of one’s happiness is evil. There is a difference between our strike and all those you practiced for centuries: Our strike consists of not making demands, but of granting them. We are evil according to your morality. We have chosen not to harm you any longer. We are useless according to your economics. We have chosen not to exploit you any longer. We are dangerous and to be shackled, according to your politics. We have chosen not to blind you any longer and have left you free to face reality–the reality you wanted, a world in ruins as you see it now, a world without mind. We have granted you everything you demanded of us, we who had always been the givers. We have no demands to present to you, no terms to bargain about, no compromise to reach. You have nothing to offer us. We do not need you.” – Excerpt from Atlas Shrugged


So where do we go from here? Perhaps the 3 million Republicans that stayed home are onto something. If America wants socialism, then let them have it. If Obama wants to piss away trillions on useless stimulus packages, entitlements and green energy failures, then let him do it. If he wants to halt domestic energy production and raise fuel prices, then let him do it. If he wants an expensive carbon tax under the ruse of saving the planet, let him have it. If he wants to over tax and over regulate business, then let him do it. If he wants to inflate the dollar into a worthless piece of paper, then let him do it. If he wants your grandchildren to be debt slaves to the Chinese, then let him do it. Give Obama whatever he wants.


The Republican congress needs to vote “present” and give the Democrats everything they want. See how easy this is! No more partisan politics and no more gridlock! This way we can speed towards the cliff at 200 miles per hour and get this over with.


Only when socialism is totally discredited will Americans learn a terrible lesson. When food stamp cards no longer work, the welfare checks bounce, the flash mobs, looters and rioters rule the streets, and they are standing in long bread lines for hours, they will beg the producers to fix it. Historically, when nations collapse financially it usually results in a dictatorship. Fortunately, we have our Constitution and the knowledge of free market capitalism to guide us back.


I served as a Boatswains Mate aboard a U.S. Navy Destroyer. A Destroyer is a small ship that earned the nickname “Tin Can.” During a fierce storm at sea, when we were headed into a huge swell, I would warn the crew over the 1MC address system. “All hands, stand-by for heavy rolls!” Get ready for the ride of your life! The next four years and beyond is going to be a grand adventure. Prepare yourself and your family for the economic cataclysm that’s headed our way.


Is there any chance Obama will keep his word and fix the economy? If you don’t know the answer to the question, then you don’t know Obama. He was not raised in America, but in third world countries where he was mentored by anti-American, anti-colonial communists. He was taught to hate countries like England and America. He spent 20 years in Reverend Wright’s anti-American, anti-colonial church. Reverend Wright says “Don’t say God bless America, say God damn America!” As president, Obama sent a bust of Winston Churchill back to England as a gesture of contempt. He has the same contempt for America. Obama’s agenda is to bring America to her knees. He will do it by destroying our economy and spending us into oblivion.


Who is John Galt?


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  1. Scots Slant Scots Slant says:

    What’s this guy so ticked off about?

    Gingrich preached that Romney was a lousy candidate.

    Guess everybody believed him…

    • Mark Clemons Mark Clemons says:

      I O it’s over change is here, fema is doing as bad with sandy as Katrina those pesky occupiers have step up and doing a mighty fine job with mutual aid without a bloated budget

      I O it’s over it may have only been legalized in two states but it’s over, no incarceration for profit for the private prison industry

      I O It’s over, no more death by lack of access to health care, your child, parent’s, or just a friend cannot be denied insurance.

      I O it’s over, the Grand Old Pharts had better take a back seat they are now irrelevant. For the party to survive they need a change in leadership that will take them down a conservative path that is accessible to all that want to better America, sad the way the old white guys acted this cycle, they not only got punished they got fired.

  2. Steve Spear Steve Spear says:

    Hey Ron,

    I put up with Bush for eight years and two wars on a credit card that is owned by China.

    Bush took a surplus into a deficit and we are still paying for it and you want to blame Obama?


    • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

      Steve, if President Bush is to blame for the cost of 2 wars then President Obama must accept part of the blame for voting for 1/2 half of them and a higher cost in US soldiers lives in Afghanistan since he’s been in office. In fact most democrats voted for both wars.

      The financial free fall was inevitable since freddie mac and fannie mae were mandated to approve no doc loans. If memory serves me correct, I think it started with Jimmy Carters administration, all presidents following participated in the grand scheme to get votes. President Bush IMO expanded upon it in the early 2000s to garner the hispanic vote. The result was that the clock ran out on this cash VOTE cow and President Bush got caught with a cow that ran out of free milk. I feel he had to know it was coming and hoped he could pass it over to the next president whoever that would be. Still, it took more that President Bush to continue the ponzie scheme. Blame truly is on both sides.

      • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

        It was not inevitable. If you can make rent, you can make a house payment.
        The ponzie scheme was an unregulated RE market where prices skyrocketed with the influx of new money. Huge bonuses were being paid as the banks were on the brink of collapse. Tax cuts were given that helped to move the cash out faster. That’s how a pyramid is ran. Get the money and get out.
        A continuation of those same policies would have only resulted in more of the same.
        The infrastructure is being put into place. While alternative energy is overcoming the hurdles, natural gas plants are being built. The highways are opening up as upgrades are being finished. Schools are adding new buildings. Most who work for a living will tell you, it’s the set up that makes the job. Now it’s time to get to work. I can only hope the present administration is capable. All I do know is that a repeat of the old policy of allowing profits to be stripped away while our lives disintegrated was not only pointless, it was devastating to our economy.
        Take the money and run should not be the American way

        • Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

          Yes Terry… yo are right now get behind the bus and Push with me….. So did you get that free Obama Phone yet?

          • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

            That’s the tailpipe and the wrong type of pushing. Remove the obstacle and the bus will run under it’s own power.

            • Dan OBrien Dan OBrien says:

              Why there is nothing but cliff in front of it…. we just need but push a little more and it will fly!!

            • Mark Clemons Mark Clemons says:

              Next person to use the word cliff I will as someone said the other day hunt you down and shot your ass. Hey dummies fear is a great manipulator, remember Y2K, just as there was no darkening of the planet there is no fiscal cliff for the common citizens. You and I have our labor we have our needs we have commerce, the only ones that need to fear is those that are on the government payroll.
              I myself have seen the good part of America lately and we are as strong as ever, the young are proving to be a worthy successor to my greedy generation, the ones that has let the American dream slip a little.

              Nobody has more distain for the global banksters than I, that said it looks like they were able to squeeze another thirty or forty years out of the Federal Reserve System, that gives the next generation time to bridge the next great depression. No cliff or cliff hangers. Don’t worried be positive and give the current acceleration a chance.

            • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

              Cliff was great on Cheers! Why is he so popular since the election?

              cliff claven

            • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

              That sort of reasoning lost you the election.

        • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

          Terry, the fact that NO DOC loans were acceptable to purchase homes well beyond your ability to pay your mortgage, taxes, insurance electric, gas and other bills made it inevitable that the chickens would come home to roost. It’s no different than overextended credit. NO DOCs made it possible for someone that makes $3,000 dollars a month to purchase a home with a mortgage of $2,000 a month. Thus the banks and securities took the money and ran. The results of the poorly underegulated lending market still are bringing in millions for the banks. BTW, President Obama held up the current inventory of foreclosures for several months to keep the economy from appearing to go into another double dip recession. You will soon see the next blowout release after he battles the republicans on the budget. I’m not saying it was purely for election purposes, it might have been a good way to ease the fall. History will tell us whether it was the right financial decision, politics aside. Don’t be fooled by party lines, there’s plenty of blame to go around on the Un American Way corrupt lending practices were condoned by both parties.

      • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

        It was a scheme towards home ownership. Those $2000 mortgages were a product of the market. They were highly inflated. It was a good program thrown to the wolves. If the loans had been capped at $100,000, there would have been more homes on the market at that price. Less markup. more sales, and a lot less inflation. The banks and the realtors wouldn’t have it.

        • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

          Capping to $100,000 might make some sense in some areas, where I live it might get you a 1 bedroom home….. maybe. Not good for a family. No Doc zero down was the larger issue. Live high on the hog until they kick your butt out was how many viewed the opportunity. BTW, not blaming Jimmy Carter on that one either. If it were managed safely it had merit unil the No Doc zeros came down the pike. It was a way to falsely stimulate the economy by building more and larger homes, more furniture, construction jobs etc. What may have started out as a way to help low income people to take ownership of their home and have a vested interest in their communities was not in itself evil. However, greed did find it’s way into the noble project and once corrupted everyone wanted a piece of the action. Heck, even pyramid schemes were rampant at that time. A healthy 20% down would have sifted out most of the opportunist and made time for a correction in policy viable. The old adage still holds true. If it seems to good to be true it is to good to be true.

          • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

            A modest 1200 sq.’ house in JT, with 2 baths and 4 bedrooms was costing around 90 grand to build using mostly subs. They were turning for around 150.

            Even with a realtor, a guaranteed market at let’s say $120,000, would provide the incentive to try and hit that mark.

            With around $1,000 mortgage payment, it’s about the same as rent.
            One bedroom houses, other than too small of a septic tank, are still houses. Families should be close. The bare bones are there, get to work and add on. Have fewer kids. Have more kids and teach them how to pound nails. Have a barn raising.

            The old adage of teaching someone to fish. Forty acres and a mule?

  3. Steve Spear Steve Spear says:

    Copy on that. I will agree with you analysis. It was a combination of many events. I just throw the two wars stuff when others make remarks about President Obama that are just in my opinion simply not true and reflect a fact library straight out of Fox News.

    • Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

      Steve, had to give 5 stars for your funny tease. It made me laugh. As a conservative that didn’t do well on my guy getting in except ironically for 2 of my neighbors, one a democrat and the other republican a little good ole cactus thorns irreverent barb made my day.

  4. Anotherpowergrab Anotherpowergrab says:

    Oh, its so sad that everyone is coming so unglued that President Obama won, and that the world will end as we know it.

    You all need to craw out from under your rock, or leave your cave and realize there is a big world out there, and time cannot stand still and you cannot go back to the middle ages anymore.

    • Terry Elam Terry Elam says:

      Everyone? no. Take a deep breath and it will all go away, just like Wednesday did. Today is Thursday and in spite of an old name, it’s a new day and a new world. At midnight, it will start all over again. Groundhog Day was only a movie. Time will not stand still and neither should we.

  5. Paparrazi Paparrazi says:

    Ok, warning, brief commercial with skip option, language and an angry guy that will make you laugh your butt off.

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