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Friday, October 29, 2010

Obama's desperate election-eve plea for ethnic retribution




Is Washington capable of getting anything right?

Do not expect anything different after this election regardless of the outcome. The existing federal system, the one we are stuck with, will only change if things get far worse.

The American Middle Class is at greater risk than they were ten years ago and they know it. Why do I say that? Because ten tears ago, financial damage could have been repaired far more easily than it can be today.

Today, the consequences of wealth destruction will fall on the middle class. They will not be able to repair the damage done to them by the government because their money and wealth will be dragooned and redistributed to the recipients of federal largesse.

Local and state governments, mainly driven by federal laws, will compound the misery.

In a column posted by Pat Buchanan, he says:

..."Consider the critical issue facing America today – the budget and trade deficits, the soaring national debt, an unemployment near 10 percent for 14 straight months – and how neither party seems to have the cure.

While George Bush's tax cuts did not cause this, they did not prevent it. And if Republicans believe that his deficits did cause it, why have those Republicans not addressed the causes of those deficits – Bush's wars, Bush's tax cuts and Bush's social spending on No Child Left Behind and Medicare drug benefits?

Yet, if liberal Democrats are right and deficits are the correct Keynesian cure for recession, why have Obama deficits of $1.4 and $1.3 trillion failed so dismally? Paul Krugman says they are not large enough. Perhaps, but the country is about to end the experiment.

The Federal Reserve, having used and broken every tool in its toolbox, including doubling the money supply and setting interest rates at near zero, will now bet the farm on inflation, starting Nov. 3.

Both parties have lost the mandate of heaven, and neither knows if its economic philosophy even works anymore.

We are in uncharted waters. The country is up for grabs."


I cannot find much optimism in any of it.

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The great campaign of 2010

By Charles Krauthammer
Thursday, October 28, 2010; 9:45 PM
Washington Post

In a radio interview that aired Monday on Univision, President Obama chided Latinos who "sit out the election instead of saying, 'We're gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us.' " Quite a uniter, urging Hispanics to go to the polls to exact political revenge on their enemies - presumably, for example, the near-60 percent of Americans who support the new Arizona immigration law.

This from a president who won't even use "enemies" to describe an Iranian regime that is helping kill U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan. This from a man who rose to prominence thunderously declaring that we were not blue states or red states, not black America or white America or Latino America - but the United States of America.

This is how the great post-partisan, post-racial, New Politics presidency ends - not with a bang, not with a whimper, but with a desperate election-eve plea for ethnic retribution.

Yet press secretary Robert Gibbs's dismay is reserved for Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and the "disappointing" negativity of his admission that "the single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president."

McConnell, you see, is supposed to say that he will try very hard to work with the president after the election. But it is blindingly clear that nothing of significance will be enacted. Over the next two years, Republicans will not be able to pass anything of importance to them - such as repealing Obamacare - because of the presidential veto. And the Democrats will be too politically weakened to advance, let alone complete, Obama's broad transformational agenda.

That would have to await victory in 2012. Every president gets two bites at the apple: the first 18 months when he is riding the good-will honeymoon, and a second shot in the first 18 months of a second term before lame-duckness sets in.

Over the next two years, the real action will be not in Congress but in the bowels of the federal bureaucracy. Democrats will advance their agenda on Obamacare, financial reform and energy by means of administrative regulation, such as carbon-emission limits imposed unilaterally by the Environmental Protection Agency.

But major congressional legislation to complete Obama's social-democratic agenda? Not a chance. That's why McConnell has it right. The direction of the country will be determined in November 2012 when either Obama gets a mandate to finish building his "New Foundation" or the Republicans elect one of their own to repeal it, or what (by then) remains repealable.

Gibbs's disapproving reaction to this obvious political truth is in keeping with the convention that all things partisan or ideological are to be frowned upon as "divisive." This is pious nonsense. What is the point of a two-party democracy if not to present clear, alternative views of the role of government and, more fundamentally, the balance between liberty and equality - the central issue for any democracy?

The beauty of this year's campaign, and the coming one in 2012, is that they actually have a point. Despite the noise, the nonsense, the distractions, the amusements - who will not miss New York's seven-person gubernatorial circus act? - this is a deeply serious campaign about a profoundly serious political question.

Obama, to his credit, did not get elected to do midnight basketball or school uniforms. No Bill Clinton he. Obama thinks large. He wants to be a consequential president on the order of Ronald Reagan. His forthright attempt to undo the Reagan revolution with a burst of expansive liberal governance is the theme animating this entire election.

Democratic apologists would prefer to pretend otherwise - that it's all about the economy and the electorate's anger over its parlous condition. Nice try. The most recent CBS/New York Times poll shows that only one in 12 Americans blames the economy on Obama, and seven in 10 think the downturn is temporary. And yet, the Democratic Party is falling apart. Democrats are four points behind among women, a constituency Democrats had owned for decades; a staggering 20 points behind among independents (a 28-point swing since 2008); and 20 points behind among college graduates, giving lie to the ubiquitous liberal conceit that the Republican surge is the revenge of lumpen know-nothings.

On Nov. 2, a punishing there will surely be. But not quite the kind Obama is encouraging.

My prediction: The Dems lose 60 House seats, eight in the Senate. Rangers in seven.

64 comments:

  1. Remember the voter delirium for Obama in Michigan when he was running for in 2008. Here was his judgment then.

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  2. Boston Globe -

    Matt Cain, who has thrown 21 1/3 scoreless postseason innings, allowed just four hits to lift the Giants into a 2-0 Series lead.


    Rangers in 7?

    That'd be quite the comeback, from such a large current deficit.

    The Rangers are so far behind, now. Well down from the euphoria that permeated Arlington Stadium, just days ago, when they won the AL West.

    It's Time!

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  3. Today, the consequences of wealth destruction will fall on the middle class. They will not be able to repair the damage done to them by the government because their money and wealth will be dragooned and redistributed to the recipients of federal largesse.

    This is what worries me.

    The dollar could become nearly worthless and taxes unbearable. Millions living on stagnant wages, pensions and social security will feel the bite of austerity and the irresistible call of socialism.

    Doug sent us an mp3 of Hugh Hewitt interviewing Stanley Kurtz on his new book "Radical in Chief". Kurtz has documented Obama's socialist roots and connections. The point of the digression is that Obama and Co. are seeking a more "Socialist Union." and with the morass we're in, they're closer to getting it than at any time since the Great Depression.

    Whatever you think about TARP or Stimulus, it was about the only thing happening in the economy. If we take away government spending (and most seem to agree that we need to,) this 'malaise' could last for a long, long time. Decades.

    A lot of economic and social progress could be undone.

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  4. And sad to say, we might be thankful for a little socialism of the New New Deal.

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  5. It's already been pointed out, here and elsewhere that the worse thing that can happen to Republicans is to regain power in the midterms.

    The mood of the electorate is mean and the majority party is going to feel the wrath. Things aren't going to get much better between now 2012. Start throwing in austerity budgets and higher taxes now and you will see an even bigger electoral bloodbath in two years.

    We're polarizing and you can see it even in the political campaign rhetoric of the President: 'Punish our enemies...reward our friends.' And who was he talking to when he said that 'fighting words' Hispanics.

    Obama is making a calculated move to divide the nation along class (and race lines if need be). This is bad and could get very ugly.

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  6. Rangers in 7
    Har de har, Charlie!
    Down 2, Gints have home field advantage.
    Took out your best in game 1.
    Maybe they'll inspire the 'Frisco Fags to adopt traditional conservative winning ways?

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  7. - Walt

    Free love, drugs and pot
    I liked it a lot
    The sixties were lovely as sin
    Of course in my case
    They passed without trace
    I was always outside looking in
    We thought they looked neat
    Mini-skirts on the street
    Net stockings and makeup severe
    As flower girls went
    They all had the scent
    Of unshowered pot smoke and beer
    How little we knew
    That their left point of view
    Would one day put country in peril
    We thought at the time
    There’s no reason or rhyme
    To think ill of that cute little girl
    Yet pregnant they got
    And gave birth to a lot
    Of Alinskyite women and boys
    Who looked to the left
    And by sheer ballot theft
    Started taking the country’s few joys
    Away from the folks
    And stealing their pokes
    And turning us into Greece light
    But now it will end
    For a message we’ll send
    On November the 2nd, Good Night!

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  8. I get dizzy thinking about those last few months @ UCSB before being drafted:
    My Cruel Fate was my excuse to enjoy what I could while I could.

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  9. (trying to make up for Bob's absence with some self-centered reveries)

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  10. A charmed life:

    Kid was selected to be responsible to care for the social life for some bigwigs here for a few days.

    Overindulged one nite, ran into a Samoan kid he met in scouts who needed a ride home 10 miles away.

    Stop @ a 7-11, run into more Samoans, idiot son beats a 6 foot 4 Samoan in Arm Wrestling.

    Samoan explodes in rage against the Haole who cheated, vows to mess him up good.
    Kid and friend jump in truck, only to find a dead battery.
    Samoan friend throws up his hands in despair.
    Son saved from disaster when 7-11 employee says he's calling the cops.

    Drives home (gotta ask how he got started) with one headlight, stopped by cop a few blocks from home.

    Does everything right (except for smelling like a distillery) cop reminds him what a DUI would do for his job, clearance, etc. and tells him to get out and walk home.

    3 days later someone at work gives Mom his brand new credit card which fell on the road when he was showing ID to cop.
    She and husband were taking a walk, he noticed something shiney and picked it up.

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  11. Mel said...

    "My granddaughter's grandmother was Israeli."

    I thot you indicated you were in your 20's

    Where did I get that idea?

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  12. If the incoming crop of Pubs were in control instead of the old farts, I'd be feeling pretty optimistic:

    Helluva bunch of upstanding citizens standing up for our country.

    We shall see.

    Christy/Bachman 2012!

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  13. "Whatever you think about TARP or Stimulus, it was about the only thing happening in the economy. If we take away government spending (and most seem to agree that we need to,) this 'malaise' could last for a long, long time. Decades."

    If those trillions they gave to the crooks on Wall Street had instead been returned to the citizens, we'd be a lot better off, and lessons would have been learned by letting the markets punish those gaming the system.

    (and reward those doing the right thing, just as it has Ford)

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  14. "Christopher James "Chris" Christie (born September 6, 1962) is the 55th and current Governor of New Jersey. Upon his election to the governorship in ..."

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  15. The value of the dollar has been falling, steadily, for as long as I have been alive.

    Regardless of who wins on November 2nd that tracking trend will not be reversed.

    The size of the Federal government, relative to the rest of the economy has been growing, for as long as I have been alive.

    Regardless of who wins on November 2nd that tracking trend will not be reversed.

    The size of the US military budget, relative to the spending by the rest of the world, has exploded, since the demise of the Soviet Union. Those that depend upon the Military Industrial Complex for their sustenance have searched far and wide for another reason for their continued subsidy. Iran is the "best" they can come with, and are beating that "dead horse", with a straight face.

    Regardless of who wins on November 2nd that tracking trend will not be reversed.

    Federal spending on "Social Issues" has steadily increased, for as long as I have been alive. The latest round of Health Insurance reform, just another step, after the progress the Republicans made with "Bush's social spending on No Child Left Behind and Medicare drug benefits ...". Those social benefit programs will not be abolished.

    Regardless of who wins on November 2nd.

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  16. Rangers in 7? It could happen. Folks here in North Texas are still hopeful.

    Insiders say the plate ump in the first game was calling Lee's low curve ball out when it was actually in the strike zone. To prevent walks, Lee had to bring them up and that's when the fire works started.

    Rangers will win on Saturday.

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  17. Those trillions, doug, could not have been returned to the citizens. That money did not come from the citizens, but from lenders, like the Chinese and Americans of means.

    The "money lenders" that have financed the $13 trillion USD Federal debt.

    The Federals could have borrowed that money, and distributed it to current taxpayers, instead of just citizens.

    But then the Seniors of the Tea Party movement, those that have received vastly more in SS and Medicare benefits than they paid in FICA taxes would be even more pissed off than they are now.

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  18. They should have closed the bad banks, distribute the good assets to sound banks and forced the liquidation of bad assets.

    Instead the fed dropped interest rates, liquified the banks and brutalized savers.

    Alternately, if the fed in its generosity wanted to spread the money into the economy, why not flood the zone and drop all mortgage rates to 4%?

    They could do something now. Drop existing mortgage rates to 3% for all existing mortgages for a period of five years and eliminate the interest deduction. That would go a long way to normalize housing prices.

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  19. When was the country unified along the "color line"?

    Back before the Civil War?

    During Reconstruction and the rise of the KKK?

    During the Jim Crow era?

    When Nixon implemented the Republican "Southern Strategy"?

    To claim that the fissures along the racial divide are caused by Obama, comical.

    That he exemplifies the current truth of political power distribution, in a country that is split on many different economic, cultural and geographic lines, true.

    That because of his racial background those most visible lines tend to be color coded, historically unremarkable.

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  20. Federal Budget as a Percent of GDP remained around 20% for 50 years.
    Now above 24 percent.

    To claim Obama/Pelosi is no different than the run of the mill is absurd.

    Chart

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  21. Mr Obama and his Presidency are an effect of the existing fissures in US society, not the cause of them.

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  22. Exactly:

    His hippy commie mom and commie grandparents are our fault, as was his pedophile commie mentor chosen by grandad.

    Not.

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  23. Racial politics is when 93% of one race backs a candidate because they share skin tone.

    Now would that be Caucasians?

    Asians?

    Indians?

    No? Then who?

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  24. True, doug, but that growth from 19% to the current 24% was a documented and well known fact, back in 2002.

    Regardless the Republicans pushed through even more Social Spending, as remarked upon by Mr Buchanan.

    Pelosi/Obama had no more bearing upon it than did DeLay/Bush.

    A 125-Year Picture of the Federal Government's Share of the Economy, 1950 to 2075

    Summary

    This policy brief presents a long view of the federal government's finances and the potential impact of two critical drivers of federal spending: the government's largest entitlement programs--Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid--and interest on the federal debt held by the public. Under the projections shown here, outlays for those entitlement programs would rise from 8 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) today to 21 percent in 2075, which would exceed the share of GDP now absorbed by all federal revenues. Even if other major categories of federal spending remained fixed as a share of GDP, the growth of those programs would push total federal spending well above the level that it has been throughout much of the post-World War II period. Left unchecked, such spending could cause major deficits to emerge, propelling the government's debt and interest expenditures to unprecedented levels. The total cost of government, including interest expense, could more than double as a share of the economy, rising from 19 percent of GDP in 2002 to 40 percent in 2075.


    A series of issue summaries from
    the Congressional Budget Office
    No. 1, June 14, 2002; Revised July 3, 2002


    Mr Bush and the GOP majority well knew that increases in Medicare payouts were unsustainable, but pushed them through, regardless.

    To think that returning the GOP to power, putting John Boehner on the Pelosi throne would bring about a "Change of Course". Well, that is as misguided as believing that Mr Obama was going to be an agent of "Change".

    Vote Librarian.
    It will not make a difference, either.

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  25. Abe, your arguments are a pot of warm steaming bovine odure.

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  26. Blocs that historically vote 75% of more Democratic, that'd be the Blacks and the Jews, here in the US.

    Hispanics are a more geographically and ideologically diverse group. Cubans are not Mexicans nor are Puerto Ricans.

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  27. Ahh, but they echo your own, Deuce.

    "Do not expect anything different after this election regardless of the outcome. The existing federal system, the one we are stuck with, will only change if things get far worse. "

    And they echo Mr Buchanan's

    ... if Republicans believe that his deficits did cause it, why have those Republicans not addressed the causes of those deficits – Bush's wars, Bush's tax cuts and Bush's social spending on No Child Left Behind and Medicare drug benefits?

    I just take the more historical perspective, a longer view.
    One that does not believe that history started with the election of Barack Obama.

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  28. Nor, even, with the 11SEP01 or even the election of GW Bush to the Presidency.

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  29. "U.S. headed for fiscal train wreck: Roubini
    NOURIEL ROUBINI
    From the Financial Times

    What has been the fiscal performance of President Barack Obama? He inherited the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, as well as a budget deficit that – after much needed bail-outs and a series of reckless tax cuts – was already close to $1,000-billion. His stimulus package, together with a backstop of the financial system, low rates and quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve, prevented another depression. Mr. Obama also deserves credit that the U.S., alone among advanced economies, currently supports a “growth now”, rather than an “austerity now” path.

    But this is but one half of the picture; we must also judge his first two years on his ability to anticipate what the economy will need tomorrow. Here the picture is much less positive. Given the likely path of fiscal policy after next Tuesday’s election – with the expiration of existing stimulus and transfer payments, and even with most of the 2001-03 tax cuts being kept – the U.S. economy will soon experience serious fiscal drag just when it needs a further boost. Problematically, the administration’s failures leave it relying on the Fed, which is bent on further QE, likely to be announced next Wednesday. But studies show this will have little effect on U.S. growth in 2011, so fiscal policy should be doing some of the lifting to prevent a double dip recession.

    Sadly, this has not happened. In fact the opposite will now take place. The term stimulus is already a dirty word, even within the Obama administration. After the Republicans make significant electoral gains further stimulus is even less likely. Medium-term consolidation, meanwhile, will be all but impossible as the 2012 presidential election begins to loom large.

    In truth the only window of opportunity is 2011. Here the president deserves credit for setting up a bipartisan debt commission, which is most likely to propose a sensible combination of entitlement spending cuts and increases in taxes. But sadly the chance that these recommendations will be implemented in 2011 is close to zero. Republicans will veto any tax increase, while Democrats will resist unpopular entitlement reform.

    The upshot is that the current gridlock in Congress will soon get much worse. Of course, Mr. Obama cannot entirely be blamed for his limited progress, when the Republicans take that Leninist approach of “the worse the better”, and offer no co-operation on any issue. That they now see Mr. Obama as a one-term president will soon mean the worst open warfare inside the Beltway in 30 years.

    The coming stalemate will only be made worse by the lack of a reason to act on the deficit. The bond vigilantes are asleep, while borrowing rates remain unusually low. Near zero rates will continue as long as growth and inflation are low (and getting lower) and repeated bouts of global risk aversion – as with this spring’s Greek crisis – will push more investors to safe dollars and US debt. China’s massive interventions to stop renminbi appreciation will mean purchasing yet more treasuries too. In short, kicking the can down the road will be the political path of least resistance.

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  30. The risk, however, is that something on the fiscal side will snap, and the bond vigilantes will wake up. The trigger could be a debt rollover crisis in a major US state government, or perhaps even the realization that congressional gridlock means bipartisan solutions to our medium-term fiscal crisis is mission impossible. Only then will our politicians suddenly remember that, on top of our federal debt, the U.S. suffers from unfunded social security and Medicare liabilities, state and local government debt, and public pension bills that add up to many multiples of US GDP.

    A bond market shock is thus the only thing likely to break the impasse. Mr. Obama may take some comfort from the fact that the worst of the coming fiscal train wreck will be prevented by the Fed’s easing. But the risk is he will then preside not over a bout of inflation but a Japanese style stagnation, where growth is barely positive, and deflationary pressures and high unemployment linger.

    The Obama administration did the right thing early, and avoided another depression. He is still doing the right thing now in pointing out the risks of early austerity. And he is limited by an unco-operative Republican party trapped in a belief in voodoo economics, the economic equivalent of creationism. Even so, he and his party have been unwilling to tackle long-term entitlement spending. Two years in, and this means the U.S. remains on an unsustainable fiscal course.

    The result will soon be the worst of all worlds: neither short-term stimulus nor medium-term fiscal sustainability. Fiscally the only light at the end of the tunnel may be that which causes the upcoming crisis. With two years of gridlock in prospect, it will fall to the next president in 2013 – whoever he or she may be – to start fixing America’s fiscal mess. Whether that is Mr. Obama or not, that he may leave this challenge may become the worst of his legacy."


    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/us-headed-for-fiscal-train-wreck-roubini/article1777585/

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  31. Obama is an effect of the historical racial divide, not a cause of it.

    That his "side" of the divide in the American political spectrum has gained power, shocking to some that do not share his perspective.

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  32. Heading for Electoral Hell is
    "gaining power?"

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  33. Shelby Steele is a result of all that is/was great about this country.

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  34. Well, doug, remember that it was the ill designed butterfly ballot in Dade County, FL that confused many seniors in that voting district.

    Many folks voted for Mr Buchanan, thinking they were voting for Mr Gore. That ballot designed, of course, by the Democrats of Dade County election board.

    If that ballot had not been so confusing, those voters would have cast their votes for Mr Gore and he would have easily carried FL.

    In which case GW Bush would never have been a resident of the White House and Barack Obama would not have been either. Riding into Washington, as he did upon Mr Bush's many accomplishments.

    Electoral Hell, brought to US by the incompetency of both the Democrats in charge and voting seniors of Dade County, Florida.

    Both of which were celebrated, contemporaneously, by Republicans across the nation.

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  35. Here is an interesting article The True Size of Government, from 1999.

    It makes an interesting case, with regards the growth of the Federal government and some of the accounting tricks that seek to diminish its' true size. Accounting gimmicks dating back to the 1960's.

    Now, if you wish to argue that the Federal government has been diminished, since the turn of the century, be my guest.

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  36. The Federals from theU.S. Office of Personnel Management will tell you that the number of Federal employees peaked in 1970, at 6,085,000, and had been dropping ever since, to 2008, when 4,206,000 were employed. Spiking in 2009 to the 4,430,000, an increase of about 5%.

    Believe what you want.
    Any reasonable perspective can be documented.

    Just look in the light or the shadows, too.

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  37. "Any reasonable perspective can be documented.
    Just look in the light or the shadows, too.
    "

    ...or drop acid and believe and insist that you are God.

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  38. .
    "My granddaughter's grandmother was Israeli."

    I thot you indicated you were in your 20's





    A good catch.

    For some reason I thought I had heard 30.

    She is a mystery.

    Of course, on most things age is relative.

    "I think that women are more interesting in their forties." Jodie Foster quote.

    (Interestingly enough said in the year Jodie turned 40!)

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  39. From my limited experience, I would say woman are at their finest in their forties.

    They have youth, experience, vitality and you get them at a time where they come experienced or at a time where they are willing to learn and want to get it right.

    It is an all around win-win.

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  40. .
    If that ballot had not been so confusing, those voters would have cast their votes for Mr Gore and he would have easily carried FL.


    I believe this is incorrect.

    When the shit hit the fan over the vote and recount, a number of newspapers and news organizations ran studies to find out what would have happened if the entire state had been recounted and the unanimous opinion was that Bush's lead would have increased.

    (just from memory)

    .

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  41. We have a $1.3 Trillion Deficit.

    I have heard No Concrete Proposals from Any Tea Party Candidates on what to do about it.

    This is likely to be a very frustrating year.

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  42. 20's, 30's, 40's, it really doesn't matter. The only thing that matters is that when I'm out with my daughter everyone thinks we are sisters. It pisses her off that I get hit on by people her age.

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  43. .
    From my limited experience, I would say woman are at their finest in their forties.

    Well, there you have it.

    From the international man of mystery himself.

    :)

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  44. .
    I have heard No Concrete Proposals from Any Tea Party Candidates on what to do about it.

    Have you heard any concrete proposals from the GOP or Dems?

    I doubt this will be the only year that will be frustrating.

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  45. While it's nice when a guy half your age hits on you, I'm in no way a cougar mom. I actually find older men attractive, not all men just some.

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  46. And for the record just because I'm married doesn't make me a bad person to think a man is attractive.

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  47. .
    I actually find older men attractive, not all men just some.


    And hope springs eternal.

    :)

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  48. .
    I have heard No Concrete Proposals from Any Tea Party Candidates on what to do about it.

    Hey, come to think of it, didn't O'Donnell put some propoasal out there involving a bell, book, and candle?

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  49. :) hmmm, Witchcraft


    Maybe she is the candidate we need.

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  50. BC:

    Vanguard of the Commentariat

    The mind boggles at how this opulent India trip was conjured up in the light of the impending mid-term debacle…

    I’m thinking it must have been like the Deltas in Animal House after Dean Worme, shuts down the frat house, when they look at each other and say, “road trip!”.
    October 29, 2010 - 5:10 am

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  51. One more:

    Josh

    “His visit is historic in terms of logistics which is the largest ever for a visiting US president.”

    If it’s anything like his traffic-blocking visits to Los Angeles, they are probably planning to block the Ganges, move the Himalayas ten miles north for the day, and suspend karma for the duration.
    October 28, 2010 - 8:21 pm

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  52. .
    The mind boggles at how this opulent India trip was conjured up in the light of the impending mid-term debacle…

    I still say it was poor planning.

    Had we at Souls-R-Us been notified, we could have provided jugglers and dancing bears.

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  53. Deuce said...

    "From my limited experience, I would say woman are at their finest in their forties.

    They have youth, experience, vitality and you get them at a time where they come experienced or at a time where they are willing to learn and want to get it right."

    Deuce puts forth the gentleman's version of some old redneck wisdom:

    They don't yell
    They don't tell
    They don't swell
    And they're grateful as hell.

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  54. Who claimed that Obama is causing racial fissures?

    I said that he is exploiting those fissures along racial and ethnic lines. Typical socialist MO of dividing along class lines.

    Race relations have been better than ever and it is unseemly for the President of the United States divide the country into friends and enemies.

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  55. Race relations have been better than ever and it is unseemly for the President of the United States divide the country into friends and enemies.

    ...but SOP for the Democrats.

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  56. That was one heck of a strip tease video.

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  57. the speech wasn't bad either

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