13 thoughts on “The revolting truth 2”

  1. The people of the U.S. made a bad mistake when they voted based upon the color of one’s skin. Then four years later, they compounded the error. We would have done better if we had voted for Kermit the Frog.

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  2. Señor Gill: “Bad mistake” doesn’t even begin to touch it. And yes, Kermit the Frog would have been a big step up.

    I’m sure lots of people, mostly Barry fans, poo-poo when they hear words like dictatorship bandied about, and it really is not quite so bad as yet. However, folks need to think about how they now censor what they say for fear of losing their jobs and social banishment. That alone is very revealing. Some opinions are now verboten.

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    1. Worse, the US will probably elect a Miss Piggy look a like in 2016. Experience, ideology, and past performance count for nothing. But she is female; we must empower women.
      And, she is backed by the power of Goldman Sachs.
      It is time to end the incestuous relationship of the big Wall Street bullies and the Democratic party.

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      1. Señor Gill: I don’t think Hillary will be nominated or, if she is, elected. I think the Democratic Party has fallen sufficiently out of favor to stymie that. Plus, after two terms with a president from one party, the following president has been from the opposing party all but one, perhaps two, times in U.S. history. Let us simply pray that the GOP nominates someone half decent and effective.

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        1. The Republican party sometimes seems to have a death wish. They pick people who are competent, honorable but totally unelectable. Goldwater (too forthright and half Jewish), Dole (too old and mired in the past), McCain (too honest and not mean enough), Romney (too straight-laced, too rich, too honest and Mormon).

          Hopefully, next time they will pick someone that is willing to go for the jugular vein. McCain could have won had he used the Rev. Jeremiah Wright’s sermons. Do you think Obama slept through them for twenty years?

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          1. Señor Gill: I have read, and I totally believe it, that the Democratic Party jumped on Jeremiah Wright with both boots to silence him after Barry was nominated, and then the slobbering-with-love news media made Wright disappear faster than a Soviet dissident in 1956. Jeremiah Wright is all one needs to know about Barry.

            Yes, hopefully, the GOP will nominate someone sensible this time. I think Romney would have won had he been more forceful. He was, like so many (including me), convinced he was going to win, so he just campaigned not to offend anyone, like a softball player. Big mistake.

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            1. Mormon people are brought up to not offend people. He would have made a good president, but he would never have been elected.
              The “born agains” preferred instead to vote for a crypto muslim mulatto.

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          2. When a 70-year-old candidate like McCain chooses a young shallow female nitwit for a running mate, it shows an act of desperation catering to the female vote and near certain failure.

            BTW, I think I must be a racist. I don’t believe there should be diversity in the NFL nor the NBA, nor Silicon Valley.

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            1. Carlos: When McCain nominated Palin for his running mate, I was of one mind with you about her. I thought he was nuts for nominating her, and he was. However, she has grown on me, and now I favor her, a lot. She is fun, and she is smart. Not only has she grown on me, she has grown, period. She was out of her depth then, but not anymore. She correctly chews up Barry on a regular basis. Of course, that’s not much of a challenge. She is fearless. I love her.

              As for diversity in the NFL, NBA and Silicone Valley, I don’t think diversity, for its own sake, should be a goal anywhere. When it happens, so be it.

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    1. Mark: I don’t think this fellow has an unusual quantity of huevos. I am sure his social circle is clear of collectivists, and his work environment too, so he can speak the truth. That you (and you are hardly alone) would think it brave to say what he said speaks loudly of the current U.S. situation where one must often speak carefully or hold one’s mouth totally shut if one harbors “unacceptable” opinions. Unacceptable opinions can literally cost you your job and have you cast into social banishment. It has not reached the firing-squad level just yet except on university campuses where that is just around the corner.

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      1. Simply posting an affirmative response to brave soldiers of truth such as this man puts me and countless others on the watchers’ little watch lists. Of that, I have no doubt. Yes, times have changed and fear of the wrath of those who dictate the social dogma is real and palpable.

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        1. Mark: For those who still have to work for a living in the U.S., and that’s most everyone who’s not on the NDP dole lists, keeping quiet is often a necessary thing. Pathetic. I revel in being beyond their reach.

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