Republicans still angry over Obama reelection
Posted in the New York Forum
#1 Nov 27, 2012
They are in denial!
#2 Nov 27, 2012
Shut up Kentucky hayseed. You don't belong here.
#3 Nov 27, 2012
All their crying for the past four years did no good!
#4 Nov 27, 2012
The ones that don't belong here are the traitorous Tea Party half wits that signed petitions to secede from the Union and are now being actively sought by federal agencies so they can be deported after spending time at Guantanamo for water boarding interrogation.
Careful,if you are one of the signees,you might qualify for that vacation to Cuba......
Obama 4 more years
#5 Nov 27, 2012
Yes. I agree. Since the Africans took control of the Government, their ascendancy to power has served as a fitting tribute to the decline of American civilization. Thanks to our Republican friends' infamous 14th Amendment, there seems to be no means of escape. This is especially true when one considers the fact that the Africans now control "the big guns". The only question remaining is whether or not the military will open fire on the White folks once the Africans order them to do so.
#6 Nov 27, 2012
Never saw so many so called men cry.
#7 Nov 27, 2012
They've been crying since 2008.
They're also crying over Fox News's bogus poll numbers before the election.
They're going to have to get over it, President Obama won re-election fair and square.
#8 Nov 27, 2012
You worried that guns will be turned on you and those like you who have throughout their lives mistreated and abused African Americans and other minorities
That Obama,on successive elections,defeated the 2 black Albinos that opposed him for the Presidency,is living proof that one black man is better than 2 white men.....
Anyhow,you need not worry. When the Black panthers show up at your house,tell them you know me,KKK,,That'll get you of the hook
Then again,they might put you on a hook...
#9 Nov 27, 2012
Yes. I agree. It's all a matter of appreciating "cultural differences". Few would argue that the Tutsi are a more highly evolved African than are the squat Hutu by virtue of the fact that the Tutsi are closer to the Europid ideal than are the Hutu. The genocide the Hutu perpetrated against the Rwandan Tutsi should be wake-up call enough for even the most Scallywag-leaning Euro-folk, the so-called White "Liberal".
#10 Nov 27, 2012
Whatinhell do the tutsi and the Hutu have to do with our American born president.
Talking about wake up calls and appreciating cultural differences and genocides.
How bout those civilized Black Albinos that massacred the American Indians?
How bout them Black Albonos that Massacred each other during the Civil War?
How about those civilized Black Albinos ;
Tim Mc Veigh
John W. Gacy
And the list goes on
And what did they all have in common,,,,, White Registered Conservative Republicans
You'd better get with the program or else be deported to live with them Hutus and Tutsis that you seem to be so culturally familiar with.Wherein you will be known as the WHITE SPEARCHUCKER
#11 Nov 27, 2012
Why not grab hold of your senses, man, and make an attempt to give logical expression to your thoughts? There would be no shame were you to do so, because you are anonymous here.
Prior to the effete "know nothing" 60s 70s generation's arrival upon the scene, White society was stalwart in defending of the faith of its fathers. Using the guise of "intellectualism", the "go along to get along" crowd were indoctrinated into the acceptance of many absurd beliefs.
One of those beliefs was the non-sequitur that, because many ethnicities are not White Euro-folk, therefore they should be more closely related to the Africanoid. Note that this absurdity is a political belief. It is not a scientific belief.
As silly as this notion may be - a notion that reduces non-White-non-African people down to the level of that of the African - many non African people bought into the idea, no doubt because of the expectation that they would receive some personal gain.
In fact, the past election illustrates how effective this destructive idea has been. It is generally believed that the various ethnic Asian people whose motherland is the north and eastern Asian continent are the peoples most likely to join with the White man to carry Western civilization forward into an unknown and increasingly dangerous future. Yet these same Asians joined in support of African rule.
For more than 400 years, the White man has provided for the needs of the African. It is part of African culture that all needs be done is to make expressions of dissatisfaction loud and threatening enough and de Massah' will "fix things". Today, the African views Government as de Massah'.
Now that the African is de Massah', he can no longer blame White men for his sorry plight. I fear once the last of the seed corn is transferred into the mouths of the Africans, things will get much worse. If you were to actually think about the things you are writing, I'm sure you would agree with me.
#12 Nov 27, 2012
You cannot be that stupid? Are you?
#13 Nov 27, 2012
Your racist opinions ,based on absurd allegations and they are many, lead me to conclude that you and I will never agree on anythig.
My reasons for participating in this forum should be quite plain to the few who bother to read them. It is to ridicule those with whom I disagree with ,due to the unintellectual content of what they post.
That you and others are troubled by the fact that the majority of Americans voted in favor of an African American to lead this country is of no concern to me.
The people have spoken and those who dfisagree with the peoples choice can decide to either ,accept that choice and get on with their lives,move to a country where they would feel comfortable or,sign a petition to secede from the union.
Me,I am staying right here,next to my President....
#14 Nov 27, 2012
So are you saying they would?
#15 Nov 27, 2012
Sorry. The intent of your posts went over my head. I was in agreement with your stated positions.
#16 Nov 28, 2012
Let's go off the cliff, the republicans will take the blame and will pay for it in 2014 and 2016!
#17 Nov 28, 2012
Pardon e mois,mon ami,
Guess I misunderstood your messages,
Then,we both agree that,President Obama saved the Nation from the horrendous economic conditions caused by his Caucasian predecessor,which,if not for Obama's positive actions,would have caused our economy to collapse.
We also agree,that,if not for Obama,our Automobile Industry would have been dealt a severe blow from which it may not have recovered.
We further agree,that were it not for Obama's courageous decision to go after Bin Laden,he'd still be alive to plan more attacks against America
We also agree,that,based on his previous 4 year record,he most assuredly deserved another 4 years as president of this great nation.
Guess it's all been said.....
Can you imagine,KKK and a white liberal from California coming together and agreeing on such complex issues.
Only in AmeriKKa.....
Oye,chamaquito,que pases un buen dia......
#18 Nov 28, 2012
Eh bien, excusez-moi tous au diable.
I did not read that into your writings. I had understood - taking the long view - that you professed yourself to be on the right side of history.
According to the distinguished economist and co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, Dean Baker, in an article he wrote for publication by "The Exchange", a finance blog:
"In case it's necessary to remind people, our economy plunged due to the collapse of a Wall Street fueled housing bubble. The loss of demand from the collapse of the housing bubble both led to a jump in the unemployment rate from which we have still not fully recovered and also the large deficits of the last five years."
As one familiar with the stolen Africans and their effect on the nation's well-being, you are undoubtedly aware that "the housing bubble" was caused as a result of Governmental efforts to destroy previously peaceful homogenous neighborhoods by providing taxpayer guaranteed loans to the African. This scheme "helped the economy" by bidding up the cost of housing, and thereby, justifying Government controlled institutions increasing the debt load of Americans. That this nefarious scheme nearly destroyed the entire world economy is a small price to pay when one considers that - had it succeeded - African "culture" would have spread into all neighborhoods.
#19 Nov 28, 2012
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Still, the inexorable"free market" march toward economic disaster occurred principally during the years 2001 through 2007 when the housing bubble popped on W's watch, as the direct result of his anti-regulatory policies.
Unlike Mr. Walker, I am not so ideologically addled that I can ignore the role of both parties in bringing about the economic debacle of 2008, based on the right's repeatedly failed "free market" ideology. That ideology, however, was put in play by the Bush administration on a scale not seen since the 1920s, including a massive laissez faire deregulation of Wall Street. and that was the direct cause of the crash of 2008.
The repeal of Glass-Steagall in 1999, although supported by Clinton, was sponsored by the Republican Senate triumvirate of Phil Graham, Jim Leach and Thomas Bliley, at the behest of the investment banking lobby, and it was passed by a Republican Congress with the GOP in control of both houses. There was a bipartisan majority in both houses, but it was with nearly unanimous GOP support with only 2 percent of Republicans in each house voting no. That contrasts significantly with the fact that 16 percent of Senate Democrats and 25 percent of House Democrats opposed the repeal of Glass Steagall on the final vote.
The repeal of Glass Steagall set the deregulatory table for the Bush people to serve the investment bankers a feast on what can only be described as obscene profits, enabling the most massive Ponzi scheme in history. The Bankers enriched themselves by playing high risk games with other people's debt, taking huge up front fees on highly leveraged deals. up to 30 to 1 ratios, and then selling the risk to unsuspecting buyers after getting fraudulent "see-no-evil" AAA ratings from the bought and paid for "independent" agencies like Moody's, Fitch and Standard & Poor. Those defrauded buyers included many public entities serving us "little people," like public and private sector unions, public school districts, hospital trusts, et cetera.
Nobody was monitoring or regulating those collateralized debt investment "products" that became increasingly more risky while still being given AAA ratings, and if anyone tried to regulate the financial sector, the Bush White House slapped him down. That regulatory void is what allowed the housing bubble to grow, driven by Wall Street greed, and that's what led directly to the crash of 2008. It was part and parcel of the Bush administration's across-the-board deregulatory agenda.
The Bush crowd hit the ground running with the Regulatory Review Plan authored by White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and published in the Federal Register on Jan. 21, 2001. Per that memo, dozens of regulations that had been announced in the last days of the Clinton administration were suspended pending "review," and many of them were cancelled or eviscerated by Bush's newly-appointed agency heads.
Bushed staffed the federal agencies by putting an industry fox in every regulatory henhouse. This has been described as "stealth deregulation" by Professor Douglas J. Amy of Mount Holyoke College, i.e. not simply repealing existing regulations or failing to enact new regulations as needed, but willfully failing to implement existing regulations. That's the regulatory approach outlined in the Card Memorandum.
As Professor Joseph Stiglitz of Columbia University has remarked, the Bush administration encouraged the regulators "to believe the goal of regulation is not to regulate." Professor Amy has documented the Bush Administration's implementation of this deregulatory strategy by stealth in great detail. See
#20 Nov 28, 2012
die Quasselstrippe das Geschwurbel
Well now,Democrats have seen and understood the benefits of nominating an African American as their presidential candidate,as evidenced by the results of the last 2 elections.
The Republicans,after the ignominious defeats of their inept and deceitful Caucasian candidates at the hands of Obama,have emerged from their comatose state and are now desperately seeking a Hispanic candidate.
Seems that the old Apache axiom is in order
Paleface speak with forked tongue
to put on their ticket for the next elections
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