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Obama – Forever the Marxist Moslem
Saturday, December 24th, 2016 | Author:

I first started calling O’bama the Manchurian Marxist Moslem on October 30th, 2009 (see posting here).   There have been numerous articles about Obama and his embrace of Islam as well as his adoption of economic ideologies favoring Socialism/Communism (you can see here, here, and here).  It’s interesting how other pundits and editorial writers have finally caught-on to this simple observation some 7 years later.   Most recently, Cliff Kincaid was reminiscing about this situation with Obama when he shared a hard-biting quote:  “Barack Obama is Louis Farrakhan and Karl Marx rolled into one.”

The famed documentary filmmaker, Dinesh D’Souza tried to perform a scholarly diagnosis about Obama’s pathologies with his 2010 book “The Roots of Obama’s Rage“.  Frankly, I cut-to-the-chase and saw Obama as a combination Islamic Caliphate Trojan Horse and a Soviet Double-Agent. Think about it for a moment — Obama has done more damage to the USA than the Politburo was able to accomplish spending a trillion dollars during the Cold War, and Al Qaeda was able to accomplish hijacking multiple airplanes on 9/11/2001.

 

A recent commentary in American Thinker describes his Moslem orientation:

But what is to be expected from a president for whom everything is racist until he says otherwise?  For him, the very existence of Israel is racist because there is a tiny minority of people who refuse to bow to the dictates of dhimmitude, of which he is so fond.  No matter that Israel is the only country to have saved more black Africans over the years than any Muslim-dominated country.  The hate that oozed from Edward Said, Rashid Khalidi, and Reverend Wright, mentors of the 44th president, found a comfortable niche within Obama’s heart, and his actions display this prejudice on a regular basis.

I am assuming that the holy deity will ensure that Obama receives what’s due to him… in this life or the next.

 

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Sudden Jihad Syndrome in Germany
Monday, December 19th, 2016 | Author:

Well, a perfectly well-adjusted Moslem got the inkling to kill some Christian folks by running them over with a truck, and guess what happened.   Yep, many people were maimed and killed.  In response, CNN focused on the possible negative repercussions against Moslem immigrants (I suppose they couldn’t focus on the ‘need’ for gun control)…

CNN’s online coverage of Monday’s deadly terror attack on a German Christmas market focused on the attack’s potential to stoke far-right anger, rather than the threats of Islamic radicalism.The attack in Berlin killed at least 12 people and injured dozens more, but on CNN’s website, the network’s top story warned about “the fallout of fear” and said that “attacks fuel [the] far right’s assault on democracy.”

Source: CNN Uses Germany Attack To Bash The Right

Are you surprised?  I suppose we’ll have to wait for the CNN fake news….

 

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Why Are We So Concerned About Elections?
Saturday, December 17th, 2016 | Author:

Our country was founded “of the people, for the people, and by the people”.  There was a time when it was a noble gesture to ‘serve’ your country.  Americans did not believe in dynastic leadership and elitism.

With the incessant moves toward democratic socialism over the last couple of decades, the fabric of the country has changed… and there really is not much difference between mainstream Democrats and Republicans.  That is, they both like to be part of large government telling people how to live the lives.  In addition, similar to the dictators in Latin America, they recognize that being a politician in the USA has become a financially attractive career.

Think about these two political games that most of us tend to now ignore:

  • The Democrat position of allowing open borders for any immigrant to enter the country.
  • The Republican position of gerrymandering districts into convoluted geometric shapes.

Does anyone actually believe that either of these positions is in the best interests of American citizens?  It’s all about politicians maintaining their lucrative vocations hidden behind the facade of a do-gooder.

We citizens have relinquished too much control to career politicians who manipulate public office to ingratiate their own pocketbooks.  Now that government is so impacting on our lives, the consequences of an election become so important.  This is not a positive trend.  A government that inherently promulgates tyranny, whether it’s led by a Democrat or Republican administration, is not in the best interests of the citizens.

The mere fact that presidential elections matter this much is not a sign of national health but of national dysfunction. The more the federal government gets involved in every aspect of our lives — for good or ill — the more people will feel that their livelihoods, lifestyles, even their actual lives are at stake in a presidential election. If the federal government didn’t have so much leverage over your life, politicians wouldn’t be able to scare you into the voting booths.

Source: Why are elections so scary?

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Moslems in London Demand Islamic Caliphate 
Thursday, December 15th, 2016 | Author:

Is this going to be the emerging trend in Europe?  Are people in the world all the same?

1000 Muslims took to the streets of London last night chanting Allahu Akbar and demanding an Islamic caliphate…

It soon grew to block off the entire road, with many in the crowd waving what looked to be the Taliban flag, while others were handed placards made by Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain, which calls for the reestablishment of a caliphate. It is not clear who organised the demonstration.

Source: 1000 Muslims close London streets to chant Allahu Akbar and demand Islamic caliphate 

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Cincinnati Hockey Game
Monday, December 12th, 2016 | Author:

I went with my buddy, David, to catch a Cincinnati Cyclones ECHL hockey game at the US Bank Arena in downtown Cincy.  I was disappointed in the game on a number of fronts: 1) the ticket prices and parking fees, after you get through all of the markups, is too much to pay for minor league hockey; 2) while the old Riverfront Coliseum venue is attractive, it is not an easy place to visit; and 3) the quality of the hockey was not much better than what I used to see in the Federal Hockey League at Hara Arena.

 

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More on the Inane Leftist Jews
Tuesday, December 06th, 2016 | Author:

Evidently, I’m not the only Jew that is embarrassed by Leftist Jews… From Dennis Prager:

This past week the embarrassing behavior of left-wing Jews reached a new level. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that Jews and their clergy at various temples around America were gathering to “sit shiva” — the Hebrew and Jewish term for the seven-day period of grieving that Jews engage in after the loss of an immediate relative — because Donald Trump was elected president.

Consider for a moment how childish and narcissistic this is: using the sacred ritual reserved for the death of one’s child or parent as a way to express disappointment over a presidential election.

And, of course, there were the irresponsible, over-the-top outbursts by Jewish columnists and academics…

Mr. Prager continues by skewering the usual Leftist Jewish culprits: Dana Milbank, Tom Friedman, Paul Krugman, Jonathan Chait, and so on… you catch the drift.

Source: Left-Wing Jews Embarrassing Judaism

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Students Voting for Marxism
Monday, December 05th, 2016 | Author:

With these recent interviews of students at George Washington University, you can understand why they voted in drives for the Utopian Snake Oil Salesman, Bernie Sanders — it’s best summarzied as “I don’t want to work, I just want to party, and I want everything for free”.

Students at George Washington University, site of a recent walkout to demand a “sanctuary campus” to protect illegal immigrant students, say they favor defiance of other federal laws, too.

Several students said they would like to make the campus a “sanctuary” from student loan debt, while others favored exemptions from underage drinking laws.

Some students even felt they should be given a pass on final exams due to the stress of the election, explaining that “it’s really hard to focus on your studies when there’s so much else going on.”

Source: Sanctuary campus supporters willing to ignore other laws

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American Journalists with Strong Leftist Bias
Sunday, December 04th, 2016 | Author:

From the Publius Forum, the top ten ‘journalists’ with a viewpoint that only comes from the Left:

1) Helen Thomas, UPI/Independent
2) Joe Klein, Time Magazine
3) Paul Krugman, The New York Times
4) Chuck Todd, NBC
5) Cynthia Tucker, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
6) Rick Sanchez, CNN
7) Howard Fineman, Newsweek
8) Christiane Amanpour CNN
9) Liz Sidoti, Associated Press
10) Neil Steinberg, Chicago Sun-Times

At least 4 of these are VAJINOs…
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Source: Top Ten most Left-Biased American Journalists

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Is Obama the Worst US President?
Saturday, December 03rd, 2016 | Author:

For classical liberals and constitutional adherents, it’s pretty obvious. Compiling a list of reasons why the Manchurian Marxist Moslem is/was a terrible president seems like a project for a book rather than an article, but here are five reasons cited by John Hawkins:

1) Nearly Doubling The National Debt

2) Unleashing The Genie From The Nuclear Weapons Bottle In The Middle East

3) Facilitating Illegal Immigration

4) Encouraging Racial Polarization

5) Losing A War We Had Already Won In Iraq

Source: 5 Reasons Barack Obama Will Be Viewed As One Of The Worst Presidents of All Time

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Unsustainable Government Pensions
Thursday, December 01st, 2016 | Author:

Frankly, I don’t know if there is ever a ‘Day of Reckoning’ for government-related ‘mis-economics’, particularly when it is related to employee pensions.  However, there is a pertinent court case emerging in California:

The California Supreme Court has agreed to hear a Northern California “pension spiking” case that has major implications for pension financing and reform efforts throughout the state, setting up a showdown over whether pensions may be reduced for existing government employees.

Source: Public pensions facing day of reckoning?

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