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Good… Bad… Lots of Ugly… And the Bottom Line

03 Nov

The losses experienced by the Democrats this election sit squarely on the shoulders of the Obama Administration and their refusal to confront the whack job right in this country with the powers at their disposal.

The reason for the loss – is that handed the reigns of government...

The Democrats refused to govern.

It is really as simple as that. The vote last night was not FOR Republicans…

It was against a Democratic Congress and Administration which consistently failed to make their point…

Which consistently dithered in their moronic search for “bipartisanship”…

Which allowed the media and airwaves to be controlled by the opposition…

Which didn’t clean house when provided the broom, the mop, and vacuum cleaner to get the job done.

Hate to say it – but if Hillary had been elected, she would not have lost this one.

 
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Posted by on November 3, 2010 in Domestic terrorism, Stupid Democrat Tricks

 

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15 responses to “Good… Bad… Lots of Ugly… And the Bottom Line

  1. nanakwame

    November 3, 2010 at 11:10 AM

    I doubt that 20/20 hind sight

    http://tinyurl.com/2c2z973
    Government Motors no more
    An apology is due to Barack Obama: his takeover of GM could have gone horribly wrong, but it has not
    The Economist

    What you are saying is that the Donkey would have backed the white women more than it did the black man???

    We really do get the government we deserve. We are a nation of willfully ignorant and impatient people, easily manipulated with childish catchphrases and absurd innuendo. – a cmment on the net

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    • btx3

      November 3, 2010 at 12:02 PM

      Nana – the reverberations of this one are going to ring the next 15 years.

      Welcome to Third World status.

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  2. nanakwame

    November 3, 2010 at 11:14 AM

    Interest rates are at record lows. Corporate profits are lighting up boardrooms; it is one of the best years for earnings in a decade.
    All of the above is good for capitalism, and should end any serious-minded discussion about Obama the socialist. But more than anything, the fact that the president took on the structural flaws of a broken free enterprise system instead of focusing on things that the average voter could understand explains why his party was routed on Tuesday. Obama got on the wrong side of voter anxiety in a decade of diminished fortunes…
    And he should veto, veto, veto any bill that attempts to roll back some of the basic protections for people against the institutions that have so much control over their lives – insurance companies, Wall Street and big oil.
    They will whine a fierce storm, the manipulators of great wealth. A war on business, they will claim. Not even close. Obama saved them, and the biggest cost was to him.
    November 2, 2010, 11:59 pm
    How Obama Saved

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    • btx3

      November 3, 2010 at 11:34 AM

      The cash position of the major corporations is the best it has ever been historically.

      That is really bad news, because they aren’t spending money – which creates jobs.

      This was the white folks election. The bad news is – they have absolutely no idea how badly they fucked themselves.

      Maybe about this time next year, when the economy does the next swan dive.

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  3. nanakwame

    November 3, 2010 at 1:35 PM

    http://www.theglobalist.com/StoryId.aspx?StoryId=8649
    America: Populist Before It Was Capitalist

    And I always agreed with this. White Populism has always driven this nation, when we did it; it was communism. The global market is already nervous, girdlock is going to hurt us badly if occurs

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  4. t-shirts101

    November 3, 2010 at 7:20 PM

    Based on Obama’s speech this afternoon, he seems to be pushing for bi-partisanship yet again… I wonder how much of it was etiquette and how much was sincere… I fear the latter. Michelle needs to talk some sense into him.

    Then again, Boener has a job on his hands… many of the new crop of Republicans will fall in line I’m sure, but those like Rand Paul -> How to you control crazy?

    Lastly, I can only hope that:

    1) They don’t F*&%^K things up to the point that they are not repairable in 2013

    2) Those that stayed home this election will come out like they should’ve – like they did in 2008

    3) And those that decided to “teach” the Dems a lesson this go around will learn that politics isn’t a reality show. And they forgot what happened last season (Bush).

    Geeeeezzzze.

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  5. Greg L

    November 3, 2010 at 7:45 PM

    >>Maybe about this time next year, when the economy does the next swan dive.<<<

    The Fed's actions today represent little other than a "hail Mary" pass. It's an act of desperation to save those who should not be saved. We definitely heading for a crash landing.

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    • Constructive Feedback

      November 4, 2010 at 7:36 AM

      Greg L:

      (Please don’t allow BET Uncut to corrupt you man. You are my last hope)

      This Fed action is FAR, FAR FAR more important than this foolish banter between the parties and the ideologue.

      We just took out a credit card advance to pay our RENT for the next several months.

      Sadly the partisans won’t wake up until these ABSTRACT FISCAL POLICIES being to have more of a material impact on their personal lives.

      Then both RIGHT AND LEFT will realize the fraud that has been hoisted upon them by the ENTIRE political machine.

      My friend BET Uncut will then see that if you didn’t create PHYSICIANS in yoor community via the SCHOOLS that you now control then YOU DON’T HAVE “HEALTH CARE benefits” YOU only had an ENTITLEMENT as long as the GOVERNMENT that you voted for such a pay raise was solvent.

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      • btx3

        November 4, 2010 at 9:03 AM

        Uhhhhh…. Porch – the Fed doesn’t regulate physicians… or schools for that matter.

        The issue Greg raises is whether the Feds massive purchase of Bonds (which BTW is real money, not a loan – moron) will stem the tide of credit defaults. It won’t, because there is a lot of bad paper still out there and second, because the money just isn’t moving back into the economy in terms of investment.

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      • Constructive Feedback

        November 5, 2010 at 4:22 AM

        [quote]which BTW is real money, not a loan[/quote]

        I was referring to the BONDs that are backing our CURRENCY.

        The Fed’s purchases do not represent “Federal Debt” per se.
        Interestingly enough there is a difference between the “Federal Debt of the USA” and the VALUE OF THE DOLLAR. The Fed’s actions potentially will reduce the value of the dollar.

        Your buddy George Soros supports it so I am sure that you do too (as well as the California Pot initiative that recently failed. )

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  6. Greg L

    November 3, 2010 at 7:53 PM

    >>Hate to say it – but if Hillary had been elected, she would not have lost this one.<<

    In addition to Obama's communication issues and the dems failure to mount a response to attacks is the issue of Obama's short tenure on the national scene. The big difference between Hilliary and him is the fact that she has the long held ties to the "establishment" that Obama doesn't and that figures prominently in doing the sort of arm twisting to get stuff done as well as to have folks running interference. He tried to get around that by surrounding himself with Clinton people and that did work to a certain extent, but it's also indicative of a lack of his own power base within the democratic party and quite frankly some of the guys within his own party are against him. The next few days will likely witness that as there will certainly be people coming out and saying critical stuff about the White House. The loss gives them the cover now to say what they really think.

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    • btx3

      November 3, 2010 at 11:19 PM

      From the Oval office, without breaking a sweat I can think of 59 ways to fuck the Rethugs so they will never want to come back with that “no” bullshit.

      And I’m no politician.

      WTF can’t the Obamanoids do their freakin’ job?

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  7. Constructive Feedback

    November 4, 2010 at 7:33 AM

    [quote]The losses experienced by the Democrats this election sit squarely on the shoulders of the Obama Administration and their refusal to confront the whack job right in this country with the powers at their disposal.[/quote]

    STUNNING.
    Simply STUNNING.

    Hypothetical:

    Reporter: “So tell me, offensive coordinator, why did you lose the game?”

    O.C.: “Well I have to shoulder all of the blame. In my elaborate drawings of my offensive plans that were full of “O”s I forgot to draw any “X”s on the board. Those darned “X”s need to be removed from the playing field so that my brilliant plans can work”.

    General Manager: “WTF? You are FIRED”

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  8. nanakwame

    November 4, 2010 at 8:15 AM

    There is more going on than a Offensive Coordinator, those who have a very little knowledge base of basic human psychology in a time of growing lack of natural resources and market share, on the planet, and how anger is used to ensure shares for respective group you represent, are weak in reasoning. The school of sociology is a retro w/o input from what we know as the Theory of the Mind, today. Why party political is a farce and one has to understand populism is our history. Yet, populism will not keep giving the same results, for nature and we are not constituted as we wish it to be, given the growing problem that we as a nation refuse to tackle. Chance is a fickle mother, which can kick us all in the ass.

    Members in the Donkey who were spoil brats, and g_d we got many, helped to confused the trust of Obama’s agenda, as those in the GOP, brilliantly painted him as un-American. Yet today GM has a 1B dollar profit. We are in some growing hot water folks, if we do not look at our reality with cool heads.

    http://www.livescience.com/history/090225-human-aggression-evolution.html

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  9. brotherbrown

    November 4, 2010 at 4:30 PM

    This outcome was as inevitable as the 2008 outcome. Is it too early to predict 2012?

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