"We are 5 days away from "TRANSFORMING" the USA back to the USA !!!!

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    In fact, anyone analyzing identity politics about women and their reproductive cycles and "the 47% comment is the main reason" has no clue whatsoever.



    Then ... what was it?

     
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    out of touch white guys

    And such are the words of the "perfect microcosm" of the demagogues' current "base" of feeble minded prideful ship of fools. 



    So sayeth Out of Touch White guy #1

     
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    The GOP has no idea why they lost the election because they still think they won it.  They still think that America wants what they have to give and they just got out-campaigned.  They completely fail to realize that they HAVE NOTHING to offer the people who vote for them.

     

    Take the Latino vote for example.  You have spent the last couple of elections trying to pass voter ID laws and other various laws that effectively surpress a population of voters that are largely Democrats.  Study after Study have shown that voter fraud practically doesn't exist and when it does in 95% of the cases it is mail-in registration related. 

    You effectively have made yourself an exclusive party and shut out Americas largest growing voting block and you instead of thinking "what can we do for them" you think of how you can get your same dying message accross to them.

     

    say...whatever...you...want the democratic party is giddy with where you are going. 

     
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    Softy and Billy Boy, our 2 resident old, ranting, out of touch white guys are also our 2 most vocal Obama bashers. 

    A perfect microcosm of the current GOP base.




    Ya Know...your reference to older people is a bit disrespectful. I am a Septuagenarian who liked Romney as a nice God fearing family man who had traditional values. Illegal aliens drawing too much welfare money from taxpayers & commiting majority of crimes, same sex marriages and women having abortions as he believed in Pro-Life as the Catholic Church but he did feel a girl raped could get an abortion. But, I now see his mistake.  He needed to reach out to get the young vote, the Latins & Blacks because their pro-creation rates are increasing and the former continue to come across our borders. I agree with Romney on all these social issues but this old guy is not running for office
    For the first time in my life, I a™m really feeling my age. Aches and pains, military service and sports injuries aside, I feel that America has moved out from under my feet. My sense of right and wrong and logical thinking patterns do not seem to match up with so many citizens of this country. I too, thought the conservatives had a shot.


    To me it is so obvious what Obama is about. He is not about the America that I grew up in. Obama's socialist agenda, his disregard for the rule of law, his re-distribution of wealth, his apology tour around the world, bowing to the King of Saudi Arabia disgusting!  In the four years that he has been president, his campaign promises fell by the wayside. He authored a $900 billion stimulus package that rewarded labor and put money in the hands of his supporters under the guise of trying to stimulate the economy(œI guess there were not as many shovel-ready jobs as we thought... heh heh.) The auto bailout --- how many know the details of that transaction included leaving the bond holders with no money? How would you like it if you loaned somebody money and they came back to you after signing a promise to pay you back and said  œSorry  I am not going to pay you what I owe you but I am going to give your money to my friends?
    Yes, he inherited an economy that was in a downturn and losing jobs, yet he chose to pursue his healthcare agenda, his cap and trade agenda and green energy agenda that has cost this country millions of dollars ( Solyndra - $500 million lost ) while this economy went deeper into recession, he paid lip service to job creation and blamed Bush for the poor economy and did nothing to address the number one thing that was needed--- jobs. And while this was happening, he managed to play some golf, take expensive vacations, appear on TV ( The View, MTV, Letterman, Leno ).
    And where is the press in this country?  One of most treasured things about our democracy is the freedom of the press. Remember when the press sought out the truth and let the chips fall where they may?  remember Watergate? Those days are gone. The American press cannot be trusted to tell you the whole truth, nothing but the truth so help us God. The majority of the press has a liberal agenda and you will not  see them digging up the truth about a story that does not reflect well on the Left. Will we ever get the truth about the Mexican gun smuggling debacle or Benghazi? If we do it will be because the task will be undertaken by someone with no vested interest in the outcome.
    With Obama as our president, for the next four years, America as I know it is going away. As I approach 74 years of age, I know I will never see again, the America that I once knew.
     
    What do the majority in this country see in Obama that makes them want him to be their president? He does not love this country like I do, why do others not see that?

     

     

     

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?



    I will.  An entrenched and understandable mistrust of folks like you and your ulterior motives.  You certainly validate it.

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?



    There is much more to the differentiating of races than skin pigmentation alone. Other physical attributes are considered. My hope for man is that increased breeding across racial lines will continue to blur such differences and make them irrelevant. There are plenty of people who are very aware of who they should look down on and the very specific shallow reasons to do so. It is not the government that has defined race, but the people themselves.

    People vote for many reasons, and some may appear irrational to those who don't walk in their shoes. 

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?



    There is much more to the differentiating of races than skin pigmentation alone. Other physical attributes are considered. My hope for man is that increased breeding across racial lines will continue to blur such differences and make them irrelevant. There are plenty of people who are very aware of who they should look down on and the very specific shallow reasons to do so. It is not the government that has defined race, but the people themselves.

    People vote for many reasons, and some may appear irrational to those who don't walk in their shoes. 



    But, without racial purity, how are we supposed to make judgements about intelligence and predisposition to criminal activity by measuring frontal lobes??

     
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    Perhaps the biggest factor in Romney's loss was the "47%" comment

    This is an example of the infantile mentality of economic and federal group defined identity class politics. The reason the leader of the modern American hegemony won the national election was because his handlers were easily able to intensify the pride and prejudice of gender, race, ethnicity and economic class identity. To engage in an intellectual and factual narrative about effective governing concepts and the fiscal state of the Union, even if ideal, is beyond the cultural capacity of the current national electorate. That their votes can be so easily captured by pandering entitlements and appealing to class identity pride and prejudice, such is the history of ignorant fools and the rise and fall of nations.

    To compete against group identity and pandering entitlements politics, believers in personal liberty have reason for optimism. It only takes a small percentage of the American children to reject maternal collectivist central government. And to that end, it is essential that the messages of liberty not be poisoned in the sewer of identity politics. To "reach out" to The People based on class identity is both intellectually dishonest and the signature of tyrants. It is a contemporary euphemism for collectivist entitlement pandering. That this last national election was won by demagogues who continue to seize the "numbers in people subjects" opportunity to appeal to the pride and prejudices of gender, race, ethnicity, this is a narrative that patriots must reject and disengage from!

    The battle to to unite The People and save We, from self destruction, must be waged with a louder cry and demand for:

    Love and Respect for Human Life and Individual Responsiblity!

    Opportunity, not entitlement!

    Liberty!

    This message is divine, and must be articulated and delivered by messengers who have the genius, the authenticity in woks and deeds, to be able to convert a small percentage of the people who are currently small-minded children of the demagogues' artifically defined identity political classes.

    And to that end, believers in liberty, while in the public discourse, must not allow themselves to be intimidated by the purveyors of the artifice of class identity politics! Do not use identity politics and entitlements to "reach out" and appeal to or insult the misguided intelligent members of the electorate. Do not appeal to their worst emotions of pride and prejudice, educate them and provide contemporary examples of the virtues of the founding fathers' ideals of Life, Liberty and Opportunity!

    And why would good men and women want to seek power using class identity poltiics. Opportunity cannot exist without failure, and it is this aspect of liberty that requires the genius of the public face messengers who will be able to confince a small percentage of good men and women who will save life, liberty and opportunity from the cancerous collectivst welfare State.

    As for the feeble minded fools who cling to identity politics, do not waste anytime with American subjects that, in most cases, unwittingly, form the power source for demagogues.   




    An enlightened and articulate take (crass insults aside); yet curiously devoid of pragmatism.

    Let's get to the bottom line: While the entitlement system is rife with corruption; that's not the only problem, human nature being what it is. The wealthy need to pay their fair share, help (some) the unfortunate, and need to stop feverishly trying to turn this country into an odd modern version of medieval feudalism consisting of Pharoahs, Lords & Serfs. It currently appears our constitution (the artifact so misquoted by Sarah Palin & other misinformed individuals) is more closely observed by most of the other countries World-Wide, even trickled down to a good number of developing countries. Do we want to become N. Korea's little sister in terms of aggregate policy? That's what would happen if the pretending conservatives (nee Repubs) had their way.

     
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    Why not ask why older white guys voted for Romney? 

    Could it be because he was percieved to be representing their interests better than O?

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?



    Polling showed that the American people favored Romney over Obama 49-48 % on the economy.  That is a failure of the Romney campaign.  Maybe he should have told people what his plan was instead of just saying "trust me" because obviously people didn't.  Maybe people thought a guy who got rich off of destroying jobs wasn't the best guy to fix the economy. 

    The over simplification argument you make that states black people vote for Obama because Obama is black' just further signifies why the GOP is in such danger.  Sadly for you but fortunately for rest of us, a majority of this country long ago evolved from your myopic way of thinking.

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?



    There is much more to the differentiating of races than skin pigmentation alone. Other physical attributes are considered. My hope for man is that increased breeding across racial lines will continue to blur such differences and make them irrelevant. There are plenty of people who are very aware of who they should look down on and the very specific shallow reasons to do so. It is not the government that has defined race, but the people themselves.

    People vote for many reasons, and some may appear irrational to those who don't walk in their shoes. 



    But, without racial purity, how are we supposed to make judgements about intelligence and predisposition to criminal activity by measuring frontal lobes??



    Sounds like Julius Streicher.

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?




    That's what the exit polls indicated; and W's bungling of the economy was still fresh on their minds; with Romney (& McCain) partial coat-tail victims. Apparently the pretending conservatives shall never get this.

     
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    Within the federally difined class identity groups, does anyone know what percentage of dark sking pimented hyphenrated Americans voted for the demagogue in the last two national elections? And does anyone care to speculate on the reason for the percentage that voted for the Democrat Party ticket in the last two national elections? Was it based on jobs?

    And on the critical gender class percentage voting? Were jobs first on their list when making national election candidate decision?




    That's what the exit polls indicated; and W's bungling of the economy was still fresh on their minds; with Romney (& McCain) partial coat-tail victims. Apparently the pretending conservatives shall never get this.

     
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       And we hope that Ben C. will make some shrude moves to get us back to the playoffs !!!!    What say you ?????



    I just read the OP to this thread and had but one thought.....


    Let us hope that Obama reforms education so that future generations are SHREWD enough to know how to spell shrewd.

    Billy Boy, you're the gift that keeps on giving.

     
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    That's what the exit polls indicated; and W's bungling of the economy was still fresh on their minds; with Romney (& McCain) partial coat-tail victims. Apparently the pretending conservatives shall never get this.




    They don't get it.  They think they can say "Stop blaming Bush" but the American people proved wise enough to know that returning to Bush era policies was not a good plan.  Rationale people don't need to "blame" Bush to recognize that Obama walked into a disaster not of his own making. 

    The GOP wants the electorate to forget W. Bush and in the long run the Bush legacy will continue to hurt the GOP.  Bill Clinton remains very popular and proved again to be a great campaign weapon.  In 2016 Clinton and Obama will hit the campaign trail and the Dems will have a 2 former President lead.

 
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    Then ... what was it?

    Entitlements was "it".



    Thats why your party lost....you think it's all about entitlements. 

    Wasn't Romney/Ryan the ones who had a plan to cut medicare....then attacked Obama for wanting to cut Medicare...then attacked him for wanting defense cuts while proposing defense INCREASES.

    Defense + Medicare = more than 1/2 the budget

    and you say the liberals are crazy.

    Your party lost because they just don't get it.....makes sense....a bunch of old crazy white dudes who are losing it.

     
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    If one will read the comments on this thread, a leftist owned forum, one will see a reflection of the current narrative of using identity politics and pandering entitlements. These are the small-minded prideful and prejudiced minds that represent the current electorate.

    It is no suprise that "old out of touch white men" is the brickbat of identity politics drones. It is all they have been taught since they first set foot in public schools.

    Modern American hegemonyis a function of ignorance, pride and prejudice, and sloth. 




    You effectively just said NOTHING.

    Statements that are politically charged do not represent an argument with any substance. 

     
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    Thats why your party lost....you think it's all about entitlements. 

    Wasn't Romney/Ryan the ones who had a plan to cut medicare....then attacked Obama for wanting to cut Medicare...then attacked him for wanting defense cuts while proposing defense INCREASES

    I couldn't make my point any better than you just made it.



    exactly Obama talks about cutting 2 of the 3 largest defecit drivers...the conservatives talk about increasing one of them by 2 trillion and yet you attack the left of being "big spenders"

    Delusional

     
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    Statements that are politically charged do not represent an argument with any substance. 

    I like the politically charged argument with substance, infra:

    old out of touch white men



    right because that wasn't my argument.  I made an argument and added an insult to it......you old crazy out of touch white man.  : ) 

     
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