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Offline DCPatriot

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"It aint what you don't know that kills you.  It's what you know that aint so!" ...Theodore Sturgeon

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RUSH:  There you have it.  I mean State-Controlled Media, they know there are other cameras out there.  The crowds are puny.  And also missing are other Democrats.  Don't want to be on the same stage with Obama.  Now, Snerdley just asked me in the IFB when I mentioned the Chicago riots of 1968 if I meant I thought that was coming.  I don't know.  I can tell you this:  Other people do.  I mentioned last week to you I've got a couple of well-placed people who think that riots of all shapes, sizes, and persuasions are on the drawing board, if necessary.

Other people do.  That is correct; I get to hear the OWS babies shaking their rattles in the afternoons and evenings, and I can tell you that there is a small cadre - and "cadre" is the correct word - amongst that small bunch of losers that is actively trying to get the bunch riled up, and get them accustomed to being riled up, so that eventually they will be a proto-mob that needs only a single match strike to ignite into a full-fledged mob that will overwhelm the relatively small number of police controlling access to Wall Street itself, and will then storm the stock exchange and surrounding buildings, and start a London-style riot.

That is what the powers-that-be behind OWS want, London-style riots:

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I agree.  Why on earth would we support a mushy moderate this time around, the nation is crying out for conservatism to make a return, we are a center-right nation and what is going on with the OWS crowd and the libs supporting them will only serve to drive the indies farther right... this is the first chance since the 80's to actually run a conservative.

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Because the nation isn't 'crying out for Conservatives'. If they were, there would be one running for POTUS that was leading the pack by 30% by now.

There has been one (1) Conservative President in the past 80 years.

I wish that wasn't the case. But it is the case, the historical fact that cannot be spun.

And the simple truth is voters are far more terrified of losing their job if they have one, or home, or retirement, than they are interested in a political debate featuring Liberalism v Conservativism. They HATE POLITICS right now. Because they associate it, right or wrong, with ineffective governing at the Federal level, while they are losing their collective butts.
Romney doesn't know how to fail.

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Because the nation isn't 'crying out for Conservatives'. If they were, there would be one running for POTUS that was leading the pack by 30% by now.

There has been one (1) Conservative President in the past 80 years.

I wish that wasn't the case. But it is the case, the historical fact that cannot be spun.

And the simple truth is voters are far more terrified of losing their job if they have one, or home, or retirement, than they are interested in a political debate featuring Liberalism v Conservativism. They HATE POLITICS right now. Because they associate it, right or wrong, with ineffective governing at the Federal level, while they are losing their collective butts.

Thing is, the economy is being driven precisely by the liberalism v conservativism distinction, and those who are too blind to see that are going to regret their choice of candidates.

A more efficient manager - a governmental "janitor" to use Victor Volsky's term - is not going to do buttkus for the economy, period, end of sentence, because a more efficient manager does not have the imagination to think outside of the pre-existing conceptual framework he is handed.  That means that if we get nothing more than a more efficient manager, we will be permanently locked into a conceptual framework on the relationship between the government and private enterprise that is killing private enterprise, and thereby the economy and everyone's jobs.

In other words, if we don't have a conceptual view of things, if we don't act at the level of politics, of liberalism v. conservativism, then we simply permanently cement into place Obamaism and the ersatz crony-capitalist socialism the democrats have "bestowed" on this country for at least one to two generations.

This go around, Economics IS Politics, and anyone who thinks they can be isolated and separated from each other is, at best, deluding himself.


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