I’ve purposely held back as to comments on the State of the Union speech, the replies, etc. Personally, I saw nothing that would even remotely convince me this man was moving to the middle. Spend, spend, spend! That was the message. In my life, I have seen many lying politicians but never have I seen one as polished at misleading the electorate!
For example: It was reported soon after his speech that unemployment had taken a big jump. How can this be! President Dodo himself said just the other night we are in the middle of a robust recovery. Or is this once again another lie from an elitist who has his head buried up his ass and doesn’t think we are smart enough not to believe the lies!
He said he wanted to cut spending after he went on about how he wanted to” invest” in the economy and the country. Of course he had to get his dig in on the rich. “And if we truly care about our deficit, we simply cannot afford a permanent extension of the tax cuts for the wealthiest 2 percent of Americans. It's not a matter of punishing their success. It's about promoting America's success.”
I’m not going to go on with the details as they are all well known. As is his wont, he basically regurgitated the usual Socialist agenda he has for this country pure and simple.
In rebuttal, Rep. Ryan said his piece well, The Republicans are at least beginning to show some backbone as to the disastrous policies the Democrats and I might add way to many Republicans who only care about power have foisted on the Republic. Even now, many Republican re-electees and some new ones are turning their back not only on the Tea Party but on the American public in general, caving in to the inevitable “’it’s much harder to do things here then we thought and succumbing to the power lust of elected office”
Now, two points as to the media coverage. First we have the usual debasement and hostility not only towards Sarah Palin but also Michelle Bachman, something that one would fully expect from the Obama propaganda industry. One thing that strikes many of us is the open hostility toward Republican female politicians. While it’s beyond strident to say the least, I also remember the same liberal propagandists going after Geraldine Ferraro, one of their own when she ran for vice president. They destroyed her only because she was a woman. Funny isn’t it? The so called party of the people is in fact a racist, anti-feminine political entity and the media pushes that agenda!
In his speech, President Dodo used the term ”Winning The Future”. While I first would like him to explain why he and the rest of the liberal establishment allowed (I say Pushed) this country into mediocrity in the first place, I must say I loved Sara’s response and in turn the media’s shock. Sara hit a homer with this one. Something the people can understand.
"Winning The Future" is indeed a WTF! moment , as in WTF! have we been doing the last few decades so as to have lowered our country's standards to the point we now have to catch back up to the rest of the world! Would it have anything to do with the screwed up policies of this administration and it's leftist slant? WTF!
As if the distortion from the Obama propaganda pages isn’t bad enough, I see we are now being force fed the fact that this clown is so much like Ronald Reagan!
As disgusted I am with the media in general, this is indeed an all time low for these elitist morons. To have the audacity to insult the memory of one of the greatest Americans is bad enough. To compare this Marxist/Socialist/Anti-American ideals President with a man who loved his country, her ideals and it's people with all his heart is a crime. Words like blasphemy come to mind, but I'm not exactly sure what word truly describes what I'm feeling at this moment.
As, in my view this man is overtly doing his best to dismantle everything President Reagan stood for and deliver our country to his Marxist handlers, I am indeed baffled as to how anyone could make a more asinine comparison than this. Very sad!
The difference between President Reagan and President Bozo? Listen to "A Time for Choosing" which is posted on the” Reaganite Republican “site. It doesn't come any better than with this example as compared to the 62 minute Bull Shit(sorry about the adult language, but fact is fact) session of a few nights ago.
Heartfelt truth and candor compared to lies, deceit, ineptness and basically Bull Shit! In the case of the speech cited above, it in fact launched Reagan’s career, but who could have even remotely imagine the immense GREATNESS that enveloped this man? As I said in a post yesterday, comparing the (for want of better words) "current resident" of the White House to one of the greatest Presidents and Americans of our time is a crime! A leader and a pompous idiot. Guess which is which.
My last word on the SOTUS. Today I stumbled across this excerpt from 1984 posted on the Moonbattery site. I have in the past mentioned the fact that this administration, especially after the Tuscon shootings are trying their utmost best to implement Newspeak as practiced in the novel “1984” The excerpt below is a perfect representation of this President, his administration and the lying pack of jackals not only in the media but on both sides of the aisle.
"To know and not to know, to be conscious of complete truthfulness while telling carefully constructed lies, to hold simultaneously two opinions which canceled out, knowing them to be contradictory and believing in both of them, to use logic against logic, to repudiate morality while laying claim to it, to believe that democracy was impossible and that the Party was the guardian of democracy, to forget, whatever it was necessary to forget, then to draw it back into memory again at the moment when it was needed, and then promptly to forget it again, and above all, to apply the same process to the process itself -- that was the ultimate subtlety; consciously to induce unconsciousness, and then, once again, to become unconscious of the act of hypnosis you had just performed. Even to understand the word 'doublethink' involved the use of doublethink." - from George Orwell's 1984
One must hope that the electorate has come to their senses. If we are in fact dumbed down to the point that we will listen to and believe the ”Doublethink” and the “Newspeak” as practiced in the media and by politicians today, our country is already lost!
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