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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Obama flys the flag of Anti-Freedom for the United States

Radical Islamists in a coalition with Communists have taken over the country. They murdered 3000 of our citizens on September 11, 2008. We defeated them on the battlefields in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now they've defeated us here on our own soil.

Freedom lovers, and members of politically incorrect ethnic groups need to take extreme caution.

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61 comments:

The Right Guy said...

May I be the first to say we are fucked. Heil O'Stymie.

The Right Guy said...

After a time ...
they may find that having ...
is not so pleasing a thing after all ...
as wanting.
Spock

stefan said...

Eric, is Obama a NAzi or a Commie in your opinion? He can't be both! Both systems are authoritarian, but they have fought each other.

William said...

They will never stop, till every law they legislate has finally drained every ounce of liberty from the individual... No quote, just my sentiments.

The Right Guy said...

Stefan:
Effectively it won't make much difference. We have some choices to make.

The Right Guy said...

William:
Neither will we. It wasn't a landslide overall, although it highlights and exposes some interesting trends.

The Right Guy said...

If I hear yes we can one more time...

Eric Dondero said...

Nazi on civil liberties: Commie on economic liberties.

Nazi, Socialist, Liberal, Marxist, Agrarian Marxist, Syndicalist, Radical Islamist, it's all the same thing:

Different flavors of the same Totalitarianism.

Eric Dondero said...

The Right Guy, at this point I really don't see how we fight back short of secession or Texas Independence.

Within months our freedom of speech will be severely limited. Did you hear Schumer yesterday? Absolutely frightening.

Once we lose that, it's all over.

The only silver lining will be watching all those Geeky leftwing-libertarians like Stefan, in utter amazement, as it all happens.

One day we'll be able to say to the Stefans of the world, you see, we told you so.

I fear, that it will be the very same day, we are all carted on the freight trains heading to our deaths in Obama's concentration camps.

The Right Guy said...

Yeah, I heard that cocksucker and I know his spiel well, having been one of his constituents. I still say it is worth the fight, and if you want to secede, you'll get a different kind of fight. I just don't think it is bad enough for most people to make that choice. We have it too good and as a nation we are not so ideological anymore. Welcome to the Tin Cup Co-Dependent Socialist Democracy of the United States of Ameritards.

DERRICK FURLOW said...

al-Qaeda supported McCain

"Al-Qaeda will have to support McCain in the coming election," said a commentary posted Monday on the extremist Web site al-Hesbah, which is closely linked to the terrorist group"

http://www.washingtonpost.com/
wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/21/AR2008102102477.html

stefan said...

Eric, yes I had a listen in the meantime to Chuck Schumer's remarks. Really remarkable. How is someone with remarks and "logic" like that allowed to be in senate??? Comparing porn regulation to contents of radio and free-speech of politics. He probably means the libertarian message is much more sexy than their authoritarian socialist message.
Take a look at this site: http://libhotties.com/

Obama is on paper that he opposes the fairness doctrine, so this will be one of the first tests, whether he stands by that or allow a fairness doctrine to be passed. Eric, in case they were so stupid as to adopt the fairness doctrine on radio, there is the technical issue that radio can also be broadcasted on the internet, and will they want to regulate the internet then also? IMHO they will probably not have that possibility. Do you know of the newest technology, enabling radio broadcasting from very long distances? In this way you can have a radio programme registered in say the Caribeans, and you can for legal purposes broadcast it from there via the US and in this way sidekick the law. And radio programs can also go 100% internet then, they cannot regulate the internet or its contents. They can block porn sites yes, but they cannot block any radio site on the internet, nor adhering to the fairness doctrine.

The Right Guy said...

And don't forget satellite radio. Talk radio will adapt as any business would. At least the technology exists for that to happen. 20 years ago, this was not possible. Chuckie Cheese Schumer will still do it. Anything for political gain.

Eric Dondero said...

Oh, come on Stefan. You're already making excuses for the Obama Administration. My gosh!

"Oh geez Eric, Obama is on record as opposing the Fairness Doctrine... unlikely he'll side with his Democrat Party on this... and even if he does we can just flee to internet radio..."

Sometimes Stefan, you really piss me off. I feel like grabbing the back of your blonde head of yours and slamming it into a fucking brick wall, shouting WAKE THE FUCK UP!

Wake up Stefan. Naziism has arrived in the United States of America. It is here! Stop fucking making excuses for them.

stefan said...

Eric, calm down, I'm NOT naive. The fact is that if (when?) Obama want to introduce the fairness doctrine, that his past statement about rejecting it is something one can attack him on. Demonstrate. Of course I do not trust him that he will keep his word.
One has to be very organized and demonstrate if possible.

Believe me, I know much better how you must feel than you can imagine. It is like 1994 when an author of a book "How to be a good communist" has been elected president and also seen as a "saviour", just like Obama. Obama also saw him as a hero and there are several parallels. What happen after the election has been after an initial good, peaceful time was a downwards spiral, discrimination and much worse killing of people on a daily basis with a corrupt police and a - for all practical reasons - a one party corrupt dictatorship.

stefan said...

What is the most disturbing is that Obama is going to constantly bash the capitalistic and laissez fairez economic and social system. It is worse already that he is against economic laissez faire, but he is against social/civil liberty laissez faire and eminent domain as well, otherwise he would have voted against FISA.

Abe Bird said...

Aren’t you exaggerating? Why equating Obama to Nazi Germany?
Nuff !!!!!!

Jon H said...

"Wake up Stefan. Naziism has arrived in the United States of America. It is here! Stop fucking making excuses for them."

God you chickenshit cowards are funny. You're pissing your Red Dawn underoos because a centrist black man was elected. There is no more cowardly pathetic creature than you, Eric Dondero.

Grow the fuck up already and get some psychiatric help.

Jon H said...

"I fear, that it will be the very same day, we are all carted on the freight trains heading to our deaths in Obama's concentration camps."

Ooh, get her. Fucking drama queen.

If you like scaring yourself, try reading Goosebumps books. Politics is clearly too much for you to handle like a rational adult, and your quivering cowardice is pathetic. I'm amazed you're breaking down in tears in public like this.

Everett Volk said...

Jon H., you're unfairly maligning Underoos wearers everywhere! I think we're talking about a class of internet denizen still trying to figure out their Huggies Pull-ups, and crying at the thought of sitting on the vewy scawy big boy potty.

Doug said...

"Obama's concentration camps."

Good God, you are a nutcase. It'll be fun watching you pee your pants in infantile paranoia for the next four years, though.

Eric Dondero said...

A "Centrist Black Man" with a voting record two years in a row of a perfect 100 score from the Marxist ADA.

My gosh, if scoring a 100 on the ADA scale is what now passes for "Centrist," we're in much more trouble than I could have ever imagined.

Anonymous said...

If I might just quote your patriotic pinup on the right of your blog:
"Losing is for losers, loser".

The Right Guy said...

Abe:
While I agree it is yet to be seen that Obama will be a fascist, Eric is entitled to his opinion. Like always, the sting in any rebuke is the truth.

The Right Guy said...

Jon H:
Obama is no more a centrist black man than Robert Byrd used to like to wear white hoods because he wanted to be easily seen in the dark. He's surely is a socialist for sure, marxist in all probability. I don't are for the finer details between the two as Obama and I would disagree on 90-95% of the issues.

The Right Guy said...

Doug:
Bill Ayers certainly advocated re-education camps for capitalists and even advocated killing 25 million hard core capitalists, but I digress and this isn't about dear bill. Even I don't think there could ever be literal concentration camps. I do think that we will see a shift to the left that we have never seen before. Get your seatbelt on.

Hector said...

Since you've never had a real communist party, it's natural you feel scared when you get away from the "right" you are in (you are still a very keynesian country, and always will be). Anyway, it'll be interesting to see what happens with Obama.
He is centrist. Compare him to other countries' left candidates, and you'll see (he'd be a right-wing candidate in Mexico, for example).

Eric Dondero said...

Again Hector, the man has a perfect 100% liberal/socialist voting record from both the ADA, and as measured by the distinguished National Journal. He is rated as more Liberal than even Socialist Bernie Sanders, who placed 4th in the entire Senate.

How is it that the #1 rated Socialist in the Senate can be viewed as being a "Centrist."

Please explain?

The Right Guy said...

Hector:
I think your history is a little short. We've always been Keynesian? As far as Obama being centrist, no. He moved to the center to appear centrist, but his heart is on the way left. If what he truly believes is right wing in Mexico, I don't think I would want to live there. But then again, every man has his age and mine was either 230 years too late or 230 years too early.

Hector said...

Again, Americans may see him as a center-left (or even somewhat radical left). But, by international standards, he is centrist.
Compare him to Mexico's López Obrador, Venezuelas' Chávez, Chile's Bachelet, any nordic politician, Germany's social-democrats... In any of those countries, he'd be a moderate leftist, or in moderate right party...

The Right Guy said...

Eric:
Consider a country like Denmark. Their tax rate is 56%. Now if someone from that country came here, they would think we were a veritable example of freidman economics, which would be inaccurate. It's all in the perspective. There are other countries that have lower tax rates than the US, but they just don't have all the other liberties that we hold near and dear and/or they don't have the same opportunities. If those things change then the world becomes a different place. Outside of Obama's marxist beliefs, what bothers me the most is his apparent stand against what is known as American Exceptionalism, and I mean in the Jeffersonian sense. For some reason the left wants to equivocate what we have with the rest of the world and marginalize our values and beliefs. You will know they have succeeded when people stop wanting to come here for a better life.

The Right Guy said...

Hector: I'd bet if he spoke his mind he'd fit in just nicely in Europe. I could see him looked upon as a centrist there. Chavez is a nut job.

Hector said...

I do believe Obama would be a center-right candidate in México. He would also be center in most Europe.
You see, in many countries you HAVE to increase government spending, because its what citizens demand. México has a program called "Oportunidades" (that, by the way, is being comewhat copied in NYC) to incentive child school attendance and health check-ups in poor rural families. That program has been implemented since president Carlos Salinas who –as every president after him– is somewhat to the right.
I never said the USA has always been keynesian, but you've had keynesian politics for almost a century now (you give a great deal of subsidies to farmers, for example)

Redleg said...

If you really believed your own bullshit then you wouldn't be posting on this blog because you'd be afraid that the Obama Brownshirts would arrest you, beat you, and bung you away in a concentration camp. You're just talking out of your ass.

Dirk said...

Eric,

You wrote:
"One day we'll be able to say to the Stefans of the world, you see, we told you so.

I fear, that it will be the very same day, we are all carted on the freight trains heading to our deaths in Obama's concentration camps."

Do you really think Obama is going to go that far or is this hyperbole?

Dirk

Anonymous said...

They murdered 3000 of our citizens on September 11, 2008.

Boy, I can tell how much you're paying attention, swiftie.

dave said...

Haha wow you're miserable. You're quite a worthless scumbag, Eric. How are you capable of taking yourself seriously? Or waking up in the morning? Or looking at yourself in the mirror? I'm genuinely curious.

The Right Guy said...

Hector:
And that's why I call them corn whores. People can demand what they want, but that doesn't mean it makes sense or is a good thing. Because of the tin cup, we have a tremendous national debt. On values level, there is something very wrong when people start demeaning things that aren't a right and they do not deserve. Ben Franklin had a couple things to say about this: "They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." and "When the people find that they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic." I agree. When people start expecting such things as a in socialism, they are no better off than a heroin addict needing a dealer. There are strings attached to everything my friend, and the fewer the better.

The Right Guy said...

Hey, the brownshirts came after me at work. I had to anonymize my blog and tone it down a bit. I could sue their asses off, but in the state that I live, I'd have a hard time finding work again.

Danielk said...

Dude... the guy who goes to the Nazi analogy first ALWAYS LOSES!

bint alshamsa said...

DanielK,

FINALLY!!! Thank you for pointing this out. You'd think that these folks would be familiar with this concept given how much they love the "internets". Some days it seems like this blog is just a monument to the truth of Godwin's Law.

Héctor said...

May I point out that government spending increases almost always when you have a divided government (R pres and D house or viceversa). The explanation, as given by (Republican) Political Science Proffesor at UCSD Matthew McCubbins, is quite simple, let's assume that Republicans like to cut social spending, but increase defense budget (sound familiar, right?). Furhermore, let's also assume that Democrats like to cut defense/national security spending and increase social spending.
If there is a unified R or D government, there is a (slight) possibility of cutting the federal budget.
But what if there is a divided government?
Both parties prefer to increase both kinds of spending, rather than reducing them (the exception to this are some radical libertarians, who do not support wars like Iraq or Vietnam, nor do they support social spending, but they are rarely in Congress, let alone the White House). So the outcome of a divided government is an increase in the federal budget.
I think it is the people's right to decide wether they want to be taxed or not. After all, it is the product of their work. I do not think it is the poeple's right to surrender civil liberties to polititians for personal security's sake (i.e. no habeas corpus for terrorists, US PATRIOT ACT, etc.
So here's the hope to see the federal budget reduced: Even if government increases social spending (that, if properly distributed, will incentive private spending until government spending is unnecessary), hopefully the defense budget will be cut down (no more spending billions on Iraq every year), balancing or even reducing total spending.

The Right Guy said...

Hector, Hector, Hector...There you go again with the Keynesian BS. Government shouldn't be priming any pump. It's not the governments job to create jobs or business. The government has a hard enough time doing even basic things correctly or efficiently.

Héctor said...

As I've told you in other posts, even the most hardcore neoclassical economic doctrine agrees that government must correct market failures (monopoly, information assymetry, public goods and externalities) in order to reach a Pareto-efficient equilibrium.
Don't get me wrong. I think government intervention is one of the last resources to look when trying to solve a problem. But, sometimes, it's the most efficient and/or effective way. And in some extreme situations, government should spend, not to reward lazy people, but to incentive working people (look at México's program "Oportunidades" for a really good example of effective government spending)...

bint alshamsa said...

The Right Guy,

It's not the governments job to create jobs or business.

The government's job is to do whatever we want it to do. If the American people want the government to create jobs or business, then the government has a responsibility to do that because it is supposed to serve us.

The Right Guy said...

Hector:
The problem with the pareto improvement, is how is it decided when an individual is not impacted when giving to another? For me it is philosophical. Anything that is taken from you without consent is stealing and working without receiving full measure because this was taken is at best an indentured servitude. Outside of familial obligations, there should not be any unwanted obligations. If you want the fruits of my labor, you'll have to pitch for it just like the car salesman or any other capitalist enterprise.

The Right Guy said...

Bint:
If you go down that road, then people will vote themselves just about anything. Unfortunately, it's easy when it's not your money. Everything has it's consequences. At some point, you'll go beyond the pareto efficiency, and the John Galts of the world will pull up stakes and go elsewhere.

Crypto Nazi Islamo Commie Fascist Nerfherder said...

Oh boy. You guys are onto us!! You will be shut down in 5...4....3...2...psyche!! Just messin' with your heads. OR ARE WE?!?

bint alshamsa said...

The Right Guy,

That's democracy, my friend! Having a democracy doesn't mean your life is necessarily going to be as good as it could be. Democracy can be used as a club to bully minorities or it can be used to make logical decisions. That's the risk you have to take if you want a democracy. Sure, some folks can up and move. However, years of wealth redistribution (i.e. taxes) has shown that most folks, even the intelligentsia, won't go anywhere.

The Right Guy said...

Hollywood is a bunch of brutal unforgiving cliques. It's not only politics, but other factors as well that need not be gone into. I couldn't do it. Someone once said that "reason cannot conquer those that deny it." or something like that. FWIW, All politics and religion seem to be based on emotion no matter how reasoned we try to be. Think about it. Sales generally appeal to some emotion that needs to be satisfied. Salesmen have a devil of a time with people that use logic.

michael said...

Are you whack-jobs immune to the unConstitutional invasion of privacy aimed at terriss? Hope you all get rolled up like that poor sick f**k that thought he was going to take down the Brooklyn Bridge or those wannabes in Miami that wanted combat boots.

michael said...

Are you whack-jobs immune to the unConstitutional invasion of privacy aimed at terriss? Hope you all get rolled up like that poor sick f**k that thought he was going to take down the Brooklyn Bridge or those wannabes in Miami that wanted combat boots.

michael said...

Ron Paul approve of this racist merde? No f**king way. Maybe he's just another race traitor. You've all been festering too long in gramma's basement.

Best thing is, you're all morons and you'll just continue to fester. If you emerge, you'll get your asses kicked.

michael said...

Cheney screwed over the Constitution nine ways to Friday. You aren't free by any stretch of your limited imaginations. You are captives of an imagined Islamic America concept Kommissar Darl only suggested. But you are so f**king dumb and so malleable, so suggestible, you just buy this s**t like you think you made it up. That's pathetic.

michael said...

Right Guy,

Heil O'Stymie? What the hell is that supposed to mean, you brain-dead moron? Stymie knew your daddy was a crap-shootin' fool. And wannabe player that went to what street to gat. To gat what? You've got no clue. You're the guy Randy Newman meant when he said 'Jesus, what a jerk'.

Stop the fulmination. Turn that trucker hat around and get a grip. Stymie was the rascal smarter than the rest, you mofo. Like your life, and your supposedly clever insult that's actually incredibly stupid, it all just turns out you're that wet shit in the bottom of the dumpster.

So when do you change your name to Chastity and grease your buns? What an idiot.

The Right Guy said...

Michael:
J=How's the methamphetamine working for you?Stymie was a charmer/con man on the little rascals. As far as anything else you said, you don't know WTF you are talking about. When you get out of rehab and/or jail, come back and try again.

The Right Guy said...

Apostasy:

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/11/12/congressman-sorry-for-likening-obama-to-hitler/

Eric Dondero said...

Michael, we don't use astericks * on this website. If you're going to say fuck, say fuck, and say it proudly. Astericks like in "f**k" are for sissie boys.

Something tells me you were never in the Miltary?

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Carmelia said...

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