Pennsylvania,the place where good,normal folks live…

You can harken back to President Obamas

“The one thing that I want to insist on is that, as I travel around the country, the American people are a decent people. Now they get confused sometimes. You know, they listen to the wrong talk radio shows or watch the wrong TV networks, um, but they’re, they’re basically decent, they’re basically sound.”

Thing if you like….

you can now add Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-PA)

“We’re giving relief to people that I deal with in my office every day now, unfortunately. But because of the longevity of this recession, these are people — and they’re not minorities, and they’re not defective and they’re not all the things you’d like to insinuate that these programs are about — these are average, good American people,” Kanjorski said.

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114 Comments

  1. bvilleyellowdog says:

    …and the GOPer are continuing to block extension of unemployment and jobs programs.

  2. Alfie says:

    …not really they just want us to actually pay for it.

  3. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    That’s right. We just want the pay-go system that democrats said they were going to embrace.

    How can you guys think about passing extensions on benefits when you can’t even work up a budget? You can’t put the cart before the horse.

  4. Alfie says:

    You can’t put the cart before the horse.
    Well they can,’cuz when the cart rolls down the hill and crushes the horse……
    IT’S BUSH’S FAULT!!!!!!!!!

  5. graychin says:

    Billions for war, but not one cent for the unemployed!

    😕

    Yes, it sounds like Rep. Kanjorski has figured out what is going on. But Alfie, I hope that you don’t believe that Pennsylvania is the ONLY place where good, normal people live.

    They live in all fifty states, and even in the District of Columbia.

    Someone tell that to Rand Paul, Sharron Angle, and to the Republican Congresscritters who are filibustering extension of unemployment benefits, and who think that the unemployed should just get off their lazy butts and go find a job.

  6. Alfie says:

    Gray if he had an (R) at the end of his name you’d sing a different song.
    As for the cents or dollars or whatever. We have them. let’s line item them and disperse them.
    Can’t spell coward without the (D) on the end.

  7. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Billions for war, but not one cent for the unemployed!”

    Wow, care to include some facts in your appeal to emotion?

    The unemployed have gotten many cents, and you know it. This is about an extension of benefits. You do comprehend the concept of an extension, don’t you?

    “Someone tell that to Rand Paul, Sharron Angle, and to the Republican Congresscritters who are filibustering extension of unemployment benefits, and who think that the unemployed should just get off their lazy butts and go find a job.”

    OK. In turn how about someone go remind democrats that they said we were going to start paying for things as we go along. So when you guys come up with a way to pay for the extensions you want to pass, then we can go forward.

    Of course, that will probably mean passing a budget before the next election. Which will of course mean that taxes on the middle class will have to go up before the next election.

    Pass the budget as is your responsibility. Embrace pay-go as you said you would. Then come crying about obstructionism.

  8. Elric66 says:

    How about the Federal Government stop killing jobs? Maybe then there wouldnt be a need for unemployment.

  9. Tex Taylor says:

    Forget the jobs creation. How about a 2011 budget first from the feckless Dims? Hell, they can’t even meet their first priority of business.

    Notice how that glaring fact continues to be ignored?

    These lefties are stuck on stupid. Dog hasn’t even reached stupid yet.

  10. graychin says:

    “Gray if he had an (R) at the end of his name you’d sing a different song.”

    No, I wouldn’t. Trouble is, R’s rarely talk like that. Their base likes it when R’s beat up on the unemployed as lazy bums who won’t get off their butts to look for work.

    Can’t spell coward without the (D) on the end.

    OUCH! That really stung! 😀

    Seriously, who are you calling a coward? Or were you just looking for an excuse to use that meaningless pseudo-clever little line

  11. graychin says:

    “Billions for war, but not one cent for the unemployed!”

    Wow, care to include some facts in your appeal to emotion?

    Huck, you’re right. That wasn’t accurate. How about this:

    “Billions for war, but not one MORE cent for the unemployed!”

    Today a unanimous Republican caucus and Ben Nelson (42 of 100 senators) will frustrate the will of the other 58 senators with a successful filibuster to block consideration of the “tax extenders” bill. The legislation… would reauthorize extended unemployment benefits for people out of work for six months or longer, would protect doctors from a 21 percent pay cut for seeing Medicare patients, and would provide billions in aid to state Medicaid programs.”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/06/23/unemployment-jobs-bill-grim_n_623553.html

    You want it paid for? What do you suggest? I suggest re-instating the estate tax, which lapsed on January 1, 2010 for one year only.

  12. Elric66 says:

    “Their base likes it when R’s beat up on the unemployed as lazy bums who won’t get off their butts to look for work.”

    Your marxist leaders are destroying jobs. No jobs to look for unless you want to work for the government.

  13. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “You want it paid for? What do you suggest? I suggest re-instating the estate tax, which lapsed on January 1, 2010 for one year only.”

    Fine. That’s better than nothing. We cannot keep growing our debt. And the amounts we are spending are not justifying the poor returns we are seeing. It’s unsustainable.

    If I wanted to come up with the answers I would run for office. It’s not my job, it’s the job of our elected officials. And I don’t think it is cliche to say that they should have known the job was tough when they took it.

  14. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Of course, another answer to paying for it would be to not have it. Extensions can’t last forever, and this is going to be a long haul from what I hear.

  15. graychin says:

    If I wanted to come up with the answers I would run for office.

    The trouble is, not even the deficit-hawks who run for office are willing to do the difficult and unpopular job of identifying offsetting spending cuts or tax increases. All they do is whine about the deficit and vote “no” on everything in sight.

    It’s why the moniker “The Party of No” sticks so well to Republicans.

    No ideas. No solutions. Just “no.”

  16. Elric66 says:

    “It’s why the moniker “The Party of No” sticks so well to Republicans.”

    No to marxism, no to socialism, no to spending, no to amnesty…..

  17. Alfie says:

    chin,the cowards thing is squarely aimed at the majority party that refuse to produce a budget or on a minor note a clean bill regards unemployment extension. The Dems are the cowards and my remark was indeed clever,thank you for noticing.

  18. Alfie says:

    The legislation… would reauthorize extended unemployment benefits for people out of work for six months or longer, would protect doctors from a 21 percent pay cut for seeing Medicare patients, and would provide billions in aid to state Medicaid programs.”
    It is sad that within the Beltway there lacks any real commitment to improve the economy and to face the reality that America needs a serious realignment of its workforce.The hurting the unemployed sound bite just sounds better i guess.
    Funny how a party that is out to gut Medicare and trash MD’s pay are now concerned about a stop gap measure prior to the PPAC enactments.
    Funny how the dems passed taxes that actually hurt the demographics that tend to need Medicaid then are concerned about finding more money for it.

  19. Alfie says:

    One year only tax? Out of DC? Too funny!
    How about stop spending money we don’t have. Line item entitlement programs. Flat Tax?!

  20. Elric66 says:

    “It is sad that within the Beltway there lacks any real commitment to improve the economy and to face the reality that America needs a serious realignment of its workforce.”

    You ever wonder if its intentional?

  21. Tex Taylor says:

    I have to admit that there are a few that are siding with Graychin about the evils of capitalism, the Republican Party, George Bush, Dick Cheney, ChimpeyMcHitler, etc…

    I have it on good authority, as I heard it on the radio driving to get my haircut.

    Cindy Sheehan is with you Gray! Sounds about like you read!

  22. Tex Taylor says:

    Here’s two departments that can be eliminated to extend Graychin’s social welfare:

    (1) Dept. of Energy
    (2) Dept. of Education

    But Gray, Hippie, Dawg, or another other moonbat. I need you to explain this to me like only a “progressive” can. Would you do that for me? Like justify this reasoning? Any of you.

    Hoyer: No Budget Resolution This Year because of Deficit Concerns

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20008456-503544.html

    Can you help me to understand why “deficit concerns” would require why we have no need for a budget? I mean, isn’t that when you need a budget the most?

    Perhaps some miracle will occur and maybe one of you will grasp why I think the Congressional Democratic Party a bad joke – a nightmare, in fact.

  23. Alfie says:

    No it’s cowardice and playing to base pork munching politics. I do not share the view that it is intentional deconstruction. The fuckers aren’t that smart anyway.

  24. Elric66 says:

    “I do not share the view that it is intentional deconstruction.”

    Cloward and Piven.

  25. graychin says:

    One year only tax? Out of DC? Too funny!

    I didn’t make myself clear at all. Bush and his merry band of Republicans increased exemptions on the estate tax over several years, then repealed it altogether for 2010. But the smaller, pre-2001 exemptions are set to go back into effect in 2011.

    Why did they do something so silly? I have no idea. Remind me to ask them.

    But my idea of restoring the estate tax at 2009 rates for 2010 (that’s one year) is an effort to pay for extended unemployment benefits – for one year.

  26. Elric66 says:

    You drones love taxing dead people. Jerkoffs

  27. graychin says:

    Hoyer: No Budget Resolution This Year because of Deficit Concerns

    Tex, if you had bothered to read past the headline, Hoyer ‘splains himself fairly clearly.

    If you read past the headlines, you might even learn something.

    I mean, isn’t that when you need a budget the most?

    Actually – no. Again, read the article – the whole article this time. I’m sure you will disagree with Hoyer, but at least then you will have some inkling of what he is trying to say.

  28. graychin says:

    Elric, are you still fretting over the “martians” in government?

  29. Elric66 says:

    Martians? You been hanging around yellowdog’s meth lab too long?

  30. Tex Taylor says:

    Old Gray,

    You mean this part of the article about what the equally Gray Stony had to say in a previous life?

    pointing out that Hoyer once called enacting a budget “the most basic responsibility of governing.” The GOP critique came in the form of a mock cancellation notice, which read: “We regret to inform you that the congressional budget planned for fiscal year 2011 has been cancelled due to Washington Democrats’ out-of-control spending spree.”

    So I guess your answer is that we have another pathological Dimocrat liar in the Whitehouse? Or was Stony reincarnated?

    Another lame and worthless answer pal… I’ll bet once upon a time you were good at hide and seek.

  31. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “It isn’t possible to debate and pass a realistic, long-term budget until we’ve considered the bipartisan commission’s deficit-reduction plan, which is expected in December,” Hoyer said. “I believe that Congress must take up and vote on that plan.”

    After the election. How convenient.

    Graychin, would you like to predict now whether or not tax increases on the middle class will accompany that budget that will be passed after the election? I predict that they will. (And allowing tax credits to expire is the same as a tax increase)

  32. hippieprof says:

    So, perhaps we should have the unemployed dumpster diving, right along with the hungry children?

  33. Elric66 says:

    “So, perhaps we should have the unemployed dumpster diving, right along with the hungry children?”

    Perhaps your POS “president” should stop destroying everything he touches so people can start working again.

  34. hippieprof says:

    Alfie, I am a little confused about why you are finding the Kanjorski quote offensive.

    I read it this way:

    Opponents of social programs commonly point out that the beneficiaries are somehow “lesser” in the eyes of those critics – and hence this less deserving of respect – minorities, immigrants, single mothers, people with drug problems, etc. I suspect that if we went through the archives of this blog we would be able to find plenty of such instances.

    Kanjorski is pointing that people seeking help are just like Palin’s “real Americans.”

    It isn’t liberals who made the distinction in the first place.

  35. Elric66 says:

    demomarxists playing………..you got it…..THE RACE CARD

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrqTm3Sup58&feature=player_embedded

  36. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “So, perhaps we should have the unemployed dumpster diving, right along with the hungry children?”

    Your appeal to emotion might be effective on someone who doesn’t understand that not everyone who is unemployed qualifies for unemployment benefits.

    Nice try, though.

  37. hippieprof says:

    Your appeal to emotion might be effective…

    It wasn’t me who put dumpster diving on the table to begin with Huck – it was your guy (Limbaugh). I am not appealing to emotions – just following things Limbaugh suggested to their logical conclusion.

    Actually, I suspect if we played it right this could get some great sport out of this. We will bring a dumpster to a rich-folks party and hide one hamburger in it – bring in some poor kids and let them dive for it.

  38. Elric66 says:

    “We will bring a dumpster to a rich-folks party and hide one hamburger in it – bring in some poor kids and let them dive for it.”

    The way your guy is killing jobs, it might come to that. You see this is how friggin pathetic you are. The government is killing private sector jobs, you want the government to beef up the welfare sysytem, but who funds the government? The tax paying private sector. You want less poor kids? Then stop killing the private sector moron. But you cant do that, can you? You drones want class warfare.

  39. Elric66 says:

    White House Picks Critic of Local Immigration Enforcement for Key Role at ICE

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/24/obama-administration-picks-critic-immigration-enforcement-key-role-ice/

    How much more “poor leadership” do you need before you think its either utter incompetence or calculated? Come on man.

  40. Elric66 says:

    It’s come to this: Federal agencies now boycotting Arizona over immigration law

    Earnest question: When was the last time in modern history that an arm of the federal government took to boycotting a state? I can’t think of an example, but my political memory is lamentably short. And a follow-up: If it did happen before, did the man in charge at the time open his mouth to say something about it? I thought policy differences with state governments are to be settled at the ballot box or in court, as this one soon will be, and not with unilateral action that’ll hurt the blue-collar joes in Arizona whom Obama claims to care about.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/24/its-come-to-this-federal-agencies-now-boycotting-arizona-over-immigration-law/

    “poor leadership” or something more Alfie?

  41. graychin says:

    …my political memory is lamentably short.

    True.

    Elric, perhaps you would prefer that the feds send troops to Arizona to enforce federal law. There is plenty of precedent for it from the 1950’s and 1960’s when Southern states defied federal law and refused to integrate public facilities.

    I prefer economic sanctions.

  42. Tex Taylor says:

    It would be ironic if our first “black” President oversaw the second coming of civil war in this country.

    Remember, Obama was post racial. Like he was going to calm the seas, heal the land, and be “transparent.” And the sycophants were stupid enough to lap it up and believe it.

    Like I said, liberalism is an obvious mental illness.

  43. Tex Taylor says:

    Jewish Clergy Group: Elena Kagan Isn’t ‘Kosher’ to Serve on Supreme Court

    Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan is “not kosher” — meaning she is not fit to serve on the court — according to more than 850 Orthodox members of the Rabbinical Alliance of America. That’s the term the rabbis used about Kagan in a press release issued Thursday, saying “Elena Kagan is not kosher. She is not fit to sit on this Court — or any court.”

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/68444

    ALL HAIL CAESAR OBAMA! SAVE US OBAMA! SAVE US!

  44. Alfie says:

    gray your logic fails totally. I think Brewer would welcome federal troops or federal anything to go the AZ and enforce federal law.

  45. Tex Taylor says:

    “Obama better get off his ass and get something done,” Billy Nungesser, president of Plaquemines Parish (county), told Reuters at a shrimp boil in Venice, a Louisiana fishing hub.

    😆

  46. Tex Taylor says:

    It is ridiculous a country with the power and might of the United States of America can’t even protect her own south border – I don’t care who is President.

    It once again demonstrates that our federal government is practically useless. And libs want more of it.

    Just wait until the American public gets a taste of ObamaCare. Libs think they hear wailing now. They ain’t heard nothing yet.

  47. Alfie says:

    HP I don’t see where I stated I found offense. This post was one of my simpler ones and played a role in allowing me to see others views. I agree with you that Kanjorski was trying to make a claim that people were hurting. I just think he channeled Murtha a bit and did a balls up job of it. Was it Freudian? Don’t know don’t care,just saying coming from the same state it seems weird. They used to say “you have a friend in Pennsylvania”. I don’t know about that.

  48. Elric66 says:

    “Elric, perhaps you would prefer that the feds send troops to Arizona to enforce federal law. There is plenty of precedent for it from the 1950′s and 1960′s when Southern states defied federal law and refused to integrate public facilities.”

    Amazing. You compare enforcing immigration laws to Southern states refusing to integrate schools. Actually I prefer AZ call in its National Guard and tell al-Thuggy to fvck off.

  49. Alfie says:

    I wonder if anyone would like to chime in on…
    When exactly should unemployment compensation be ended and if the need arise,still present, the other social welfare entitlement programs kick in???

  50. Elric66 says:

    “I prefer economic sanctions.”

    On who? AZ for trying to protect its border?

  51. Alfie says:

    I find the class envy stuff a tad disingenuous. (dumpster)

  52. Elric66 says:

    “It’s a great moment. I’m proud to have been here,” said a teary-eyed Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.), who as chairman of the Senate Banking Committee led the effort in the Senate. “No one will know until this is actually in place how it works. But we believe we’ve done something that has been needed for a long time. It took a crisis to bring us to the point where we could actually get this job done.”

    No one knows what it will work???

    “Obama, speaking to reporters before leaving for a meeting of global finance ministers and central bankers in Toronto, said the compromise legislation includes “90 percent of what I proposed when I took up this fight.”

    “Poor leadership” Alfie or something more?????????

  53. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “It wasn’t me who put dumpster diving on the table to begin with Huck – it was your guy (Limbaugh). ”

    So now you aren’t going to stand by what you say, and instead blame it on others? You said it, be a man and own it.

    I don’t give 2 shits about what Rush Limbaugh has to say about anything. I am not a fan. So that argument does nothing for me.

    “Elric, perhaps you would prefer that the feds send troops to Arizona to enforce federal law.”

    Why are you only interested in federal law being enforced as it applies to a state, but not as it applies to illegal immigrants? If federal law was being enforced, we wouldn’t be having this discussion because AZ wouldn’t have passed that bill.

    And now you have moron democrats saying they would support the actions of AZ if only it were a border state. And LA county giving exemptions to its boycott because its red light cameras are managed by an AZ-based company.

    This is all political theater.

  54. Elric66 says:

    HF,

    You forgot to add that Border Agents are like the KKK.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/25/video-border-patrol-just-like-the-kkk/

  55. Alfie says:

    Elric take offense if you must but you’re screaming “the world is flat”!!! as far as I’m concerned. I think the world is round. We are not going to agree. I put forth an answer in the other thread and get called a RINO.We have different views.
    I could tell you why AARP is exempt…you won’t like it though. The same reason the NRA is.

  56. Elric66 says:

    Heh,I was referring to something else the marxist thug endorsed.

    “I could tell you why AARP is exempt…you won’t like it though. The same reason the NRA is.”

    Free speech for some. Sounds something remotely……..dare I say…..Marxist.

    “We have different views.”

    Yes we do. I value freedom, you not so much.

  57. Alfie says:

    You do realize people can still pay for commercials etc,they just have to admit it.You show unbelievable chutzpah in asserting I do not value freedom. And by all means get a freaking dictionary and a real history book and learn what Marx and Marxism was about.

  58. hippieprof says:

    (You show unbelievable chutzpah in asserting)I do not value freedom. And by all means get a freaking dictionary and a real history book and learn what Marx and Marxism was about.

    Hear hear!

    *** Alfie note: I added the missing opener since it paints me correctly.

  59. Elric66 says:

    Take a listen to what this bill actually does. I know you hate conservative talk show hosts but Levin interviews someone who is a top expert on these sort of things. I challenge you to listen to the entire interview. I doubt you will but I thought I would give you a shot. Its early on in the show. Listen and then come back and tell me you arent worried. Or just continue whistling past the graveyard.

    [audio src="http://rope.zmle.fimc.net/player/player.html?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpodloc.andomedia.com%2FdloadTrack.mp3%3Fprm%3D2069xhttp%3A%2F%2Fpodfuse-dl.andomedia.com%2F800185%2Fpodfuse-origin.andomedia.com%2Fcitadel_origin%2Fpods%2Fmarklevin%2FLevin06242010.mp3" /]

  60. Elric66 says:

    You know Alfie is a RINO when a drone cheers him on.

  61. hippieprof says:

    Alfie – sorry for the misquote – I read the original to be “I do value freedom” – didn’t notice the “not”

  62. Tex Taylor says:

    Alfie, Huck or Elric,

    By chance, have any of you become knowledgeable or have you heard about the $2 billion dollar loan that this administration has approved for deep water drilling for Petrobas in Brazil? Apparently George Soros (a main player in One West Bank’s “purchase” from the government for IndyMac) is a major investor in Petrobas?

    From what I understand, this administration doesn’t have a single problem with deep water drilling…they simply don’t want the US to make any money from it directly.

    Are we “banking” deep water drilling, but refusing to allow our own citizens and companies to do it? Currently Brazil deep water drilling has one well at over 7,000 ft in the Gulf that looks like it may have been rolled with our money?

    So, if I understand this correct, ware perfectly happy to fill Soros’ pockets with “green”, but not our own?

  63. Tex Taylor says:

    Oops we are..

  64. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Heard about it a few weeks back. But dont worry, its just “poor leadership”. Nothing more.

  65. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Haven’t heard anything on that, Tex.

  66. Tex Taylor says:

    Huck, Alfie and Elric,

    Read this crap and make sense of our current policies. This will make your blood boil:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203863204574346610120524166.html

    And Soros was a major investor in Petrobas shortly before “our loan.” This is unbelievable. I can’t believe this isn’t bigger news.

  67. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Just “poor leadership” as Alfie said. Nothing to fear.

  68. Elric66 says:

    Is the Obama WH evading disclosure laws?
    Share
    posted at 2:20 pm on June 25, 2010 by Ed Morrissey
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    The New York Times buries the lede in its story about how the White House has avoided getting publicly linked to lobbyists after making them an issue during the presidential campaign of 2008. Eric Lichtblau takes a break from exposing national-security secrets to expose the practice of making the local Caribou Coffee an extension of the White House in order to meet with lobbyists in an environment without those pesky Secret Service logs, which is bad enough for an administration that keeps dislocating its shoulder from constantly patting itself on the back on transparency. However, the real story may be that the White House is breaking laws intended on keeping records of all official business in the executive branch:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/25/is-the-obama-wh-evading-disclosure-laws/

    More “poor leadership”, eh Alfie?

  69. Elric66 says:

    Source: Administration Weighs Bypassing Congress to Let Illegal Immigrants Stay

    By Judson Berger

    The Obama administration has been holding behind-the-scenes talks to determine whether the Department of Homeland Security can unilaterally grant legal status on a mass basis to illegal immigrants, a former Bush administration official who spoke with at least three people involved in those talks told FoxNews.com.

    The issue was raised publicly by eight Republican senators who wrote to the White House on Monday to complain that they had heard the administration was readying a “Plan B” in case a comprehensive immigration reform bill cannot win enough support to clear Congress.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/24/source-administration-weighing-unilateral-legalization-illegal-immigrants/

    The “poor leadership” hits keep coming and coming.

  70. You want it paid for? What do you suggest? I suggest re-instating the estate tax, which lapsed on January 1, 2010 for one year only.

    The estate tax comes back Jan 1 2011, and at a much lower threshhold then it was at for 2006-2009.

    I know it fits in the “soak the rich” class warfare nonsense that good progressives love to embrace, but if you knew anything about it, you would know that the estate tax really isn’t a moneymaker for government. In most cases, it costs more to collect than what it actually collects…and that is me with my tax lawyer hat on.

  71. Alfie says:

    Tex supposedly we’re loaning them money so they can buy us made equipment.
    #3 at http://www.exim.gov/article.cfm/69B39F09-A182-B668-8A5588CC8A0D64ED/
    Not a huge fan of Annenburg regardless of what Elric thinks:
    http://www.factcheck.org/2009/09/bogus-brazilian-oil-claims/

    I thought Soros was all earthy,grass,lefty happy guy. Seems he knows where the real money is:
    http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=newsarchive&sid=a.V5sgGzdsQY

    I wonder if Petrobas is drilling for Cuba. That would make this funny.

  72. Elric66 says:

    The relative value of deficit reduction … and parking

    Earlier this month, I noted the irony of the deficit commission running out of cash, a hilarious encapsulation of why government programs usually run over budget and don’t deliver. But guess what won’t run out of money: Congressional parking. That’s because Congress has devoted more money to a parking study than Barack Obama assigned to the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/25/the-relative-value-of-deficit-reduction-and-parking/

    “Poor leadership”

  73. Alfie says:

    I can’t help you Elric with your issues.I do know one thing…I have a limit on how much of the “poor leadership” douchebaggery you’re doling out. I tell you that with full disclosure.
    I’m Alfie and I wrote and approve this comment.

  74. Elric66 says:

    Seems you dont have a limit to the treason al-Thuggy and his marxist goons are doling out. But hey, if it gets drones to like you, its all worth it, right?

  75. Elric66 says:

    Congresswoman Raises Red Flag on Hezbollah-Cartel Nexus on U.S. Border

    In her letter to Napolitano, Rep. Sue Myrick, R-N.C., called on Homeland Security to find out and report more on the extent of the problem. She cited several troubling developments that would point to Hezbollah creeping closer to and inside the United States, with the help of Mexican drug gangs.

    “It is vital we know what is happening on our border, especially as crime and violence continue to rise there and as terrorist plots and threats are increasing inside the U.S.,” she wrote.

    Myrick outlined a complex set of potential threats and evidence of their existence. She said “Iranian agents and members of Hezbollah” are thought to be learning Spanish in Hugo Chavez-run Venezuela before trying to obtain false documents to enter the United States as purported Mexicans. She said Hezbollah, known for its tunnel-digging skill, could be receiving drug money from cartel operations in exchange for help forging better tunnels across the U.S. border for trafficking.

    She said gang members in prisons in the American southwest are starting to show up with tattoos in Farsi, implying a “Persian influence that can likely be traced back to Iran and its proxy army, Hezbollah.”

    Yipeee more “poor leadership” from al-Thuggy. Better to sue AZ than protect our citizens.

  76. graychin says:

    There’s also the “marxist” and “demomarxist” douchebaggery. 😀

    And the “al-Thuggy” douchebaggery. 😀

    Will Elric get himself booted from Alfie’s blog – as he did from Rutherford’s blog?

    Stay tuned!

  77. Elric66 says:

    Hey the drone is rooting for his RINO buddy 🙂

  78. Tex Taylor says:

    Graychin,

    Let me set the record “straight” for you as I have had to do so many times, including this afternoon.

    Elric wasn’t booted from Rutherford’s blog, as Rutherford explained to you. That you’re too senile to not remember correctly is status quo. Rutherford got bent that Elric overloaded him with questions he couldn’t answer, banned, then reinstated Elric after thinking the better of it. Elric is perfectly welcome to still post there.

    Rutherford, being more honest and no coward like you, doesn’t censor, modify, edit, and feign ignorance when posts suddenly disappear. In other words, Rutherford isn’t a PHONY and PUSSY like you.

    What you should stay tuned for is to see how Alfie responds to being called a “troll” on his own blog. 😆

    That came from your most ignorant brother B-Ville Yellow Poodle, with you two joined at the hip at the WordPress TWO USEFUL IDIOTS blog, where no one but two imbeciles converse with each other with rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat.

    I’m afraid your baiting and taunting only works when your the moderator and no one can respond. 😦

  79. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    That still cracks me up. Trolling your own blog. And thanks for the back up. How is Dodger BTW? Havent seen him around here.

  80. Elric66 says:

    It is nice to see that Alfie has linked to this. Despite his conservative tendencies, I think Alfie is a very thoughtful guy. Alfie – I even suspect there is a closet liberal lurking in there somewhere.

    Sadly, I know in advance what the reaction of some of Alfie’s readers will be.
    by hippieprof June 22, 2010 at 11:36 am

    Hippieprof, I agree with you about Alfie. Of all the “conservatives” I have encountered in that circle, Alfie is by far the most thoughtful. My only criticism of Alfie is that he reacts from the gut sometimes without thinking things through. I think it was you who made the same point somewhere a week or so ago.

    But I don’t think that Alfie is even close to being a closet liberal. 😀
    by graychin June 22, 2010 at 11:46 am

    LMAO

  81. graychin says:

    Elric, I’m not sure why you quoted that old comment of mine.

    But I stand by it.

  82. graychin says:

    Rutherford got bent that Elric overloaded him with questions he couldn’t answer, banned, then reinstated Elric after thinking the better of it.

    I remember clearly what Rutherford said. And you confirm that Elric DID get booted? What did I say that was wrong?

    Rutherford’s action seems to have had the desired result. Elric doesn’t post there any more. What a shame. 😀

  83. hippieprof says:

    It is funny that Elric has chosen to quote a post in which I correctly predicted his behavior…..

    i.e.: Sadly, I know in advance what the reaction of some of Alfie’s readers will be.

    😉

  84. Elric66 says:

    “Rutherford’s action seems to have had the desired result. Elric doesn’t post there any more. What a shame. :D”

    Might stop on by the day after the election to see you bitches cry when you drones lose the majority.

  85. Elric66 says:

    “Sadly, I know in advance what the reaction of some of Alfie’s readers will be.”

    What? That we are laughing that you drones are giving the RINO some props? Damn, you must be psychic to predicted that, dumbass.

  86. graychin says:

    Elric, I’m looking forward to the day after the election.

    Things will be pretty much like they are now. Obama will be president, and Democrats will control both houses of Congress.

  87. Elric66 says:

    “Obama will be president”

    Maybe

    “Democrats will control both houses of Congress.”

    Sure they will. Thats why you are a drone.

  88. Tex Taylor says:

    See Graychin, banned means “banned.” Not probation – banned.

    Elric is not “banned” from Rutherford’s blog, like you have done at the Two Useful Idiot’s blog I’m sure – one guy for using the word “fag.” What an egregious SIN! OMG!! Now Hippie, I don’t see him the cowardly lion like I do you, so I assume that isn’t quick with the banning stick.

    In my short time there before I banned myself, he never once edited my comments (like you do and then deny it).

    Truthfully Graychin, as clever as you think you are, you really do need to reflect about how pitiful your performance has been of late – perhaps not as weak as Bongo’s, certainly not on par of the imbecility of “the Dawg”, but close – very close.

    And though you’ll never admit this, somewhere in Bohunk, OK, on Bland Lake, while you and dollop are eating the El Beaner on the Friday night special, even you’ll ponder how funny it is that “the Dawg” accuses Alfie of being a troll at his own blog.

    I can’t wait to pass that around in larger circles. That’s a classic!

  89. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Graychin edits posts like his marxist idols edit history?

  90. Tex Taylor says:

    Elric,

    Graychin is a conniving shit. He’ll change phrases, insert words, delete posts on a whim, then lie and deny it. The worst, most dishonest blog owner I’ve ever “met.” Seriously. Worse, he advertises on his blog how he’ll challenge “any Conservative.” Yeah, I’ll bet when you’re modifying their posts. 😆

    Hell, I don’t know why he doesn’t just make posts up and answer them himself to appear smart.

    That’s why I baited the conniver over to Rutherford’s. I still can’t believe how easy it was to get him over there. One comment, one challenge, as I laughed at his “superior” intellect and he puffed up like a bullfrog.

  91. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    When you come down to it, all drones are cowards. They despise a level playing field. Thats why they feel the need to monopolize everything. Whether its the media, the schools, the universities, etc.

  92. Elric66 says:

    Florida Senator LeMieux: Why are all domestic skimmers not in the Gulf of Mexico?

    Ummmm some would just pass it off as “poor leadership”.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1bUE5EU8lE&feature=player_embedded

  93. Elric66 says:

    Family of US Army Soldier Killed in Afghanistan Slams Obama Over Strict ROE, “They Couldn’t Return Fire, the Taliban is Laughing at us”…

    http://wnyt.com/article/stories/S1623848.shtml?cat=300

    “Poor leadership”…….

  94. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Rutherford got bent that Elric overloaded him with questions he couldn’t answer,”

    That is not what happened.

    Rutherford asked Elric a particular question that Elric had decided for whatever reason he was not going to answer. But instead of stating he wasn’t going to answer, he simply ignored the blog owner’s comments until the blog owner had enough of being ignored.

    He does the same shit here. The only difference is now we have 2 doing it.

  95. Elric66 says:

    “Rutherford asked Elric a particular question that Elric had decided for whatever reason he was not going to answer.”

    I gave my answer why I chose not to answer the drone but keep up the lies.

  96. Elric66 says:

    BTW HF, check out what the freely elected Pali government is broadcasting.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NINZS7vUnjk&feature=player_embedded

  97. Tex Taylor says:

    Huck,

    Rutherford asked Elric a particular question that Elric had decided for whatever reason he was not going to answer. But instead of stating he wasn’t going to answer, he simply ignored the blog owner’s comments until the blog owner had enough of being ignored.

    No, no, no, no… Rutherford and I even talked a bit about this off line. That was but the final straw Huck and an excuse for banning because Elric was driving Rutherford nuts. No, Rutherford was hacked because every morning before he even had his first cup of coffee, Elric hit Rutherford with one bit of bad news after another, usually accompanied with video, and then added insult to injury by continually mocking him as “drone.” At the time, Rutherford was still starry eyed over Obama, before the reality set in of how lousy a leader Obama. Rutherford went ballistic when Elric refused to answer a question and that provided an out.

    Rutherford has since resigned himself that Obama stinks too. He’s still got to play the ideological game like the rest of us because Rutherford is as left as I am right.

    I can’t help but like him. I give Rutherford kudos. He’s one of the few libs I’ve ever met that really does follow the rules of real “free speech” and even occasionally will break down and say, “Yeah, I was wrong.”

    That is why I hold him in so much higher accord than the rest of these intellectually dishonest propagandists that frequent this board.

  98. Tex Taylor says:

    I listed the descriptor wrong. “Dodger”, sometimes “drone”. It was Dodger 😆

  99. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    I’ll give Dodger that. He is a step up to the drones that come here. Good to see that Dodger is coming to face reality. He did say that he would give al-Thuggy 2 years. I guess he beat his self imposed deadline. 🙂

  100. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Yeah Elric. Palestinians hate Israel and consider it the enemy, and teach their children to think the same.

    Now tell us something we don’t know.

  101. Elric66 says:

    “Now tell us something we don’t know.”

    No such thing as a “Palestinian” and Israel cant make peace with such savages.

    Ohh and its not that they hate Israel, they hate the Jews. Nice try to minimize the hatred.

  102. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    (My last on this)

    If there is no such thing as a Palestinian then why do you refer to them as such?

    Israel makes enough peace with them to arm them.

    They hate Jews because Israel is a Jewish state. That they are using arrests as the motivation for hate shows it is political, not religious, rhetoric.

  103. Elric66 says:

    “If there is no such thing as a Palestinian then why do you refer to them as such?”

    Actually I refer to them as “Palis”. But if I called them typical Arabs which they are, you wouldnt know who I was referring to.

    “Israel makes enough peace with them to arm them.”

    Israel doesnt always do the right thing.

    “They hate Jews because Israel is a Jewish state. That they are using arrests as the motivation for hate shows it is political, not religious, rhetoric.”

    islam is political in nature as much as it is religious. Interesting though that you brushed off the Pali government teaching Pali kids antisemitism as if its no big deal to you.

  104. Elric66 says:

    Widow of Houston Officer Killed by Illegal Immigrant ‘Shocked’ at ICE Appointment

    The widow of a Houston police officer killed by an illegal immigrant was “shocked” to learn that the city’s former police chief has landed a top immigration job with the Obama administration, her lawyer told FoxNews.com on Friday.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/06/25/widow-houston-officer-killed-illegal-immigrant-shocked-ice-appointment/

    Why the shock? al-Thuggy hates this nation.

  105. Elric66 says:

    National Post — When U.S. President Barack Obama stepped off his helicopter in Huntsville on Friday, the first thing he said was, “You’ve got a lot of golf courses here, don’t you?” Industry Minister Tony Clement told the National Post in an exclusive interview.

    “I told him, ‘We would really recommend and love it if you could come back here with Michelle and the kids at some point — we think you’d really love it here,’” Minister Clement said on the sidewalk of Huntsville’s Main Street, in his home riding. “I think I’ve planted a seed in the President’s mind.”

    http://news.nationalpost.com/2010/06/25/g8-obama-interested-in-huntsvilles-golf-courses-clement/#ixzz0rypjMwVA

    “Poor leadership”

  106. Alfie says:

    Elric=YAWN*******
    Dude give it a break. I don’t have the time to berate your infancy this weekend but come Monday….

  107. Elric66 says:

    Take too much time to tackle al-Thuggy’s “poor leadership” 🙂

  108. Elric66 says:

    Why Mr. Anti-Bullshit Won’t Call Out Islam or Scientology

    Matt Welch | June 26, 2010

    Are there any groups you won’t go after?

    We haven’t tackled Scientology because Showtime doesn’t want us to. Maybe they have deals with individual Scientologists—I’m not sure. And we haven’t tackled Islam because we have families.

    Meaning, you won’t attack Islam because you’re afraid it’ll attack back …

    Right, and I think the worst thing you can say about a group in a free society is that you’re afraid to talk about it—I can’t think of anything more horrific. […]

    http://reason.com/blog/2010/06/26/why-mr-anti-bullshit-wont-call

    Make a good DDT post. Be hard to whitewash why so many people are truly afraid to criticize islam in the media and entertainment business but I have faith in you. 🙂

  109. Elric66 says:

    The Rev. Wright Race-Baiter: “White folk done took this country”

    CHICAGO — . . . . During a five-day seminar Wright taught last week at the University of Chicago, he was back at it, claiming that whites and Jews are controlling the flow of worldwide information and oppressing blacks in Israel and America.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/white_folk_done_took_this_country_hWlQbwxvMbnYdkYwVZwSWJ#ixzz0s3ZGbQk6

    Hmmm…I wonder if al-Thuggy was affected by this when he sat in his “church” for 20 years. What do you think Alfie? Just pass it off as “poor leadership” or something deeper?

  110. graychin says:

    I don’t have the time to berate your infancy this weekend but come Monday….

    Alfie, don’t you have better things to do on Monday? 😀

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