COLLECTIVE MADNESS


“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Saturday, January 09, 2010

"The road to recovery is never straight," Obama said, "and we have to continue to work every single day to get our economy moving again."



US businesses cut 85,000 net jobs in December. Remarkably the unemployment rate was unchanged at 10 percent. How is that possible you ask?

The government answer is understandable if you understand that government is not about truth. Government is concerned about control.

When government does not like the truth, it creates government speak.

Hundreds of thousands of frustrated American workers stopped looking for jobs because there aren't any. If you stop looking for jobs that are not there, therefore you are not really unemployed, merely jobless and that is not the same thing. Problem solved.


80 comments:

  1. Bomber Who Killed C.I.A. Officers Appears in Video
    A Jordanian suicide bomber said that his attack on C.I.A. operatives in Afghanistan last month was revenge for the killing of a Pakistani Taliban leader.

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  2. I am 21.
    My draft number is up.
    Chicks love to fuck.
    Me.
    Life.
    Heavy.

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  3. Neither the Lamborghini nor the Desmo have any of that Zionist/Pali DNA, FWIW.

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  4. Thus ends my (poetic) paen to
    the bard,
    Sheik al-Bob.
    (and a tip of the hat to Mein F├╝hrer 'Rodent.)

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  7. "And I suppose they found this video in a file cabinet somewhere in Homeland Security's

    "Human Caused Overseas Contingency Operations"
    division.
    "
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    Janet Napolitano Surprised by Al-Qaeda's Determination & Tactics ...

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  8. As I recall, Senator Obama (he of six months) had all the answers. He knew better and was going to fix everything including the rising oceans. Now, he turns grayer by the day, like any mortal.

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  9. "When I First Met Her
    She Swore She Was A Girl
    She's The Shemale Of My Email
    And The Breaker Of My Heart
    "
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    LOL

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  10. Sister Janet:
    OMG!
    A singular terrorist!
    What is the World coming to?
    Them violent extremists is dedicated!

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  11. The President has found it within himself to say that "We are at war with al-Qaeda."

    Who do they think al-Qaeda is? Do they think the threat comes only from al-Qaeda?

    They still can't bring themselves to say that the threat comes from Islam, the RoP.

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  12. Tactic of using an individual as of opposed to a large conspiracy,
    a MULTI PERSON CONSPIRACY...

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    Never fear, sister Janet is near.

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  13. As to unemployment and the economy, Obama and this Democrat Congress have spent hundreds of billions on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act with little effect on the employment numbers.

    At Recovery.gov you can see where the money is going. The numbers are staggering, the debt service and taxes will be even more so.

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  14. ...all to insure that the economic malaise will continue indefinitely as the Commie pays off his crony capitalists in crime.

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  15. Does Miss T squat or stand to pee?

    That's what we wish not to know

    She brags all day about licking cunt

    She's hit on Melody

    My fantasy at least is

    By most accounts

    Normal

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  16. Come on, bob. Must you?

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  17. They started it.

    Tell them to knock it off.

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  19. Larsen using a pseudonym.
    Why?
    Mongo BL Santamaria:
    Once again, ladies and gentlemen, we present the CIA.

    Please note: This is who they are, and this is what they do. Will they learn from their mistake? We may rest assured that whatever lessons are learned, they will be the wrong lessons.
    Jeez. That’s a little grim.

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  20. MLD urinates,
    Sheik al-Bob licks lips,
    swallows.

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  21. "My fantasy at least is

    By most accounts

    Normal
    "
    ---

    "Normal"
    :-)

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  22. I protest!
    I did not authorize ANYONE
    to webcam my bathroom!

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  23. That may be funny, in a dirty sort of way, Miss T, which of course you love, but proves Melody right, whenever her subject comes up, things go downhill here, rapidly. Just as she said.

    How in the hell did you get on the Board of Directors?

    Who the hell seconded your nomination?

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  24. A webcam in Doug's bathroom

    Suddenly, I feel the urge to start drinking.

    I think it's after 5:00 in Bora Bora.

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  25. I don't think there is a "board of directors," anymore, is there?

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  26. We're Bored of Directors.
    Bottoms Up!

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  27. I've had it with this bunch of crap.

    She has my email address, you all know that, cause I advertised it, as you all know.

    She can write to me, just as she pleases. If she wants not, she won't.

    That subject is now out of bounds with me.

    Stay away.

    Go to hell.

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  28. ...Sheik al-Bob rotates,
    to maintain contact.

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  29. reposted from previous thread:

    bob...

    I have it on good authority that "Melody" is really a 260 pound, fat, bald, stubby dicked guy named "ted"...

    Never trust an internet "fantasy"

    She is always a he

    She is always a whale, with a pecker

    and if SHE is a SHE? Then she is either psyco, after your wallet or a felon...

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  30. I missed the hook, Bob.
    What did MLD do to cleave you from your wife?

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  31. Continued Reposts from last thread:

    Bob...

    that's one good thing about a big ole fat boy pretending to be a women.. hugh man tits...

    enjoy...

    as for his pecker and nuts? hopefully he'll have a gut of fat sack to dunlap over anything wormy lookin...

    just saying...

    ===============================

    Personally?

    I cant stand a woman whose breath is worse than mine

    whose beard is stubbier than mine

    whose farts are worse than mine

    whose tits are smaller than mine

    whose dick is bigger than mine..

    nope not my kind of woman...

    =============================

    but you dont KNOW that...

    Melody is a cyber wraith...

    Nothing real...

    Could have a dick, could be a walrus

    You really dont know...

    hell she could have tattoos of all the men she boinked self inked on her thighs...

    you just dont know...

    =======================

    I picture Melody...

    5 10, 320 lbs

    dirty brown hair, shoulder length with an ever growing bald spot...

    lives in a single wide with 11 cats, 3 rats and a ferret

    works at the local rendering plant....

    hobbies? self tattooing with homemade kit...

    loves to cut herself, used to be a man, but now calls herself a woman, but is pre-op

    she collects 1990's burger king happy meal toys and was turned down by "clean house" for having to much crap in her trailer...

    I picture her wearing a flowered mumu, sorta like a roseanne barr but heavier and uglier...

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  32. "Never trust an internet "fantasy"

    She is always a he

    She is always a whale, with a pecker

    and if SHE is a SHE? Then she is either psyco, after your wallet or a felon...
    "
    ---
    What if she be a Phallon,
    doin time in Leavenworth?

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  34. This is like the 'ol days.

    It's currently 27 degrees with a wind chill of 15 and that's in Florida!

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  35. Let's put it this way: according to blogger I'm a fifty-six year old, Female poker player, born in Korea. Does that sound about right?

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  36. No one would want to read your damn book. Give it up.

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  37. "I picture her wearing a flowered mumu, sorta like a roseanne barr but heavier and uglier..."
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    ...but she can belt out one
    HELL OF A GOD BLESS AMERICA!

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  38. I used to like you too. Maybe I will again. Wounds take time to heal.

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  39. Yep the ONE that we have been waiting for is doing a "star wars" bankruptcy on us, as we did to the USSR..

    America has no limits...

    Just think, a illegal alien, who lies about being a moslem, have friends who hate America (for 22 years) can bullshit his way to the highest office in the land and within 12 months rack up a national debt 400% larger than the combined presidents of all time and have nothing to show for it..

    amazing...

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  42. "within 12 months rack up a national debt 400% larger than the combined presidents of all time and have nothing to show for it..."
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    Change we can believe in.
    As can our dearly departed commie bretheren that set this whole thing up back in RR's acting days.

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  43. This year is going to be a big year for the Republicans.

    I'm sure we'll take back our district here, Minnick, our local guy, is good as gone.

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  44. msmbc is is calling the 81k jobs loss at a good sign...

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  45. msmbc is is calling the 81k jobs loss at a good sign...

    Jesus, we're in deep shit.

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  47. bob said...
    msmbc is is calling the 81k jobs loss at a good sign...

    Jesus, we're in deep shit.
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    Fewer jobs lost is better than more jobs lost.

    Jobs gained?
    ...outside the pale.
    Outside DC

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  48. At one time, probably 98% of our citizens were farmers, and the average man probably worked 30 to 40 hours just to feed his family.

    Today, 98% of our population are NON-farmers, and the average citizen works 4 hours to feed his family for a week.

    The Same Thing is happening with Manufacturing. For the first time in history there are, now, more people working in Government than are working in "Goods Producing" jobs. Yet, the average home has a couple of TVS, A DVR, a Microwave, a Washer and Dryer, A Huge Refrigerator/Freezer, A couple of cars out front, a couple of cellphones, a computer, hair dryers, toaster ovens, vacuum cleaners, Central Climate Control, on and on.

    What's next?

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  49. Fewer jobs lost is better than more jobs lost.

    Well, hell yes, who could possibly agrue with that?

    Jesus, we're in deep shit.

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  50. Iran now seeks money for ww2...

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad expressed continued defiance to the threat of further sanctions on his country on Saturday, saying the Islamic Republic will not be deterred from pursuing its nuclear program.

    "They issued several resolutions and sanctioned Iran," Ahmadinejad said in a speech translated by the AFP news agency. "They think Iranians will fall on their knees over these things but they are mistaken."

    "We are not interested in conflicts [but they] are continually demanding things," he said. "They should not think they can put up obstacles in Iranians' way ... the government will whole-heartedly defend Iran's rights and will not back down one iota."

    Meanwhile, in an announcement seemingly in line with his confrontational attitude towards Western nations, the hardline president has ordered the formation of a team to study the damages the country suffered from the 1941 Allied invasion in order to demand compensation.

    Ahmadinejad said Iran suffered immensely after it was invaded by Britain and the Soviet Union during World War II despite its declared neutrality and was never compensated.

    "A team has been assigned to calculate all the damages [inflicted on Iran] in the Second World War. This will be an invoice they [Allies powers] must pay to the Iranian nation," he said in remarks broadcast live on state television Saturday


    In a related story. The Palestinians are now demanding the Dead Sea Scrolls to be returned to the Palestinians as stolen Palestinian Heritage...

    Congrats to the world...

    You created this clusterfuck...

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  52. Against your better advice, al-Doug, and it is better advice, I have told my new lady lawyer, and my engineer, to take my program through the city council.

    I won't make a dime out of this, as the market just isn't there, right now, but I will have given my money to my lady lawyer, and my engineer, and not to Obama.

    How I'll get back to Ohio, I don't know.

    I'd like to visit Pennslyvania, and see where Ben Franklin grew up.

    But this might be pushing it.

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  53. T, you seem to have a hard time with me. I don't consider what I wrote, "gloomy," in the least.

    I'm saying that we are an amazing "success" story. We are, however, slowly entering a "new" paradigm. One that only science fiction writers could have imagined only a few decades ago.

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  54. I agree with Rufus on that.

    We don't even conceive how good we've got it.

    Though those unemployment numbers are maddening.

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  55. At present, it's more economical to have an Asian woman assemble a DVR, and ship it to the U.S. than manufacture it here. But, it won't always be so.

    In fifteen, or twenty years that delicate work will be done by a roboticized assembly line in Boise.

    The world, it be a'changin, sweetheart.

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  56. Radical Islam's obsession with covering women's hair is a new phenomenon. In 1981, Abol-Hassan Banisadr, the first president of the Islamic Republic, announced that scientific research had shown that women's hair emits rays that drive men insane with lust. To protect the public, the new regime passed legislation in 1982 making the new form of hijab mandatory for all females above six years of age, regardless of religious faith. Violating the hijab code is punishable by one hundred lashes of the cane and six months imprisonment. By the mid-1980s, a form of hijab never seen in Islam before the 1970s had become standard headgear for millions of Muslim women all over the world, including Europe and North America. Many younger women, especially Western converts, were duped into believing that the neo-hijab is an essential part of the Islamic faith.
    Muslim women anywhere in the world could easily see the fraudulent nature of the neo-Islamist hijab by going through their family albums: they will not find a single picture of a female ancestor who wore the cursed headgear now imposed upon them as an absolute "must" of Islam. This fake Islamic hijab is thus nothing but a political prop, a weapon of visual terrorism; it is a symbol of a totalitarian ideology inspired more by Nazism and Communism than by Islam, and is designed to promote gender apartheid. And yet this prop of visual terror was presented by Khomeinist ideologues as a fundamental value—as "a pillar of Islamic existence," and as "our most effective weapon against the enemies of Islam," according to Rafsanjani. One well-known female Khomeinist wrote, "The superpowers know that hijab is the foundation of Islamic government and that to conquer the Persian Gulf and plunder its oil resources, they must first eliminate hijab."

    To counter the Islamist claim that the hijab blocks the dangerous, lust-provoking rays emanating from a woman's hair, some women have proposed other forms of hijab. One Iranian designer came out with a wig made of horsehair, thus ensuring that a woman's own hair remains hidden while she still "looks like a normal human being." Some Iranian actresses suggested they be allowed to appear in plays and films wearing wigs made of animal hair. The French cosmetics firm L'Oreal tried to market a transparent hijab that would show a woman's hair but keep its "dangerous rays" locked in. The Khomeinists would have none of it; they wanted women to be seen in public in a state of submission.

    From The Persian Night: Iran Under the Khomeinist Revolution by Amir Taheri.

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  59. ALL "Religion" when taken seriously is just a vehicle for "power, and control."

    As my Unkel Roofus was wont to say: All Religion is Shit.

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  60. Maybe we need to turn UP the power of Chick Hair Rays in the islamic world...

    Lipstick Lesbo Nude Long Hair Wrestling Matches to be broadcast INTO the Islamic world....

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  61. duece:
    Should her response be yes, I can assure you she is a fine looking trim young woman who by all accounts enjoys her life, and has a pretty fair sense of humor.



    ALL the more reason NOT to tell Bob the obsessed nutjob...

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  62. I hate to enter this fray but I will.

    I occasionaly drift through blogger looking at different blogs. A couple of years ago if I am correct, I came across a social blog with mostly women. I posted a comment and a link to the elephant.

    We received a return comment and I returned to the site on a couple of occasions. The site was run by a young woman and several if not all the others were woman of similar age.

    They freely exchanged and posted pictures of everyday events. I do not recall the site and if I could, I would not post the link.

    I am convinced that MLD is the same site master. She used a different screen name on her site and no one on her site seemed concerned about pretending to be anything except who they really were.

    She is free to comment with a yes or no.

    Should her response be yes, I can assure you she is a fine looking trim young woman who by all accounts enjoys her life, and has a pretty fair sense of humor.

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  63. "Terror case's drain on resources draws outrage

    3 public defenders on legal team a financial strain, critics say

    Detroit-- When Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was arraigned Friday on charges he tried to blow up a Northwest Airlines flight on Christmas Day, he had not one, but three, taxpayer-funded attorneys at his side."


    [Note: These aren't struggling attorneys straight out of law school. They are some of the best in the Detroit area.]

    "The hearing came less than a month after a daylong symposium was held at Wayne State University to address what's been described as a "crisis" in the lack of public resources for indigent criminal defendants in Michigan and across the nation.

    Chief Federal Defender Miriam Siefer said for the first time Friday she expects her office to keep the Abdulmutallab case and that there has been no talk by him or his family about hiring private attorneys..."



    Bullshit

    As I recall it's going to cost about $200 million a year just for security to try KSM in NY.


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  64. Thats funny I pulled it and then reposted it anyway.

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  65. Uh, actually that would be, ME, Deuce.

    I'm a "looker," I tells ye.

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  67. I think bob is getting turned on, a new and improved poem is coming, i can feel it

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  68. I Thrust Mine Arrow Into the Air.
    It Flew Between
    Her Cunt Hair.

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  69. if my "arrow" were to fly it would have to be severed..

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  70. ""Real recoveries come in fits and starts and November was in some sense a start and December was a little bit of a fit," Christina Romer, chair of Obama's... "

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  71. They can sever your arrow,
    WIO,
    but they'll never take your foreskin away.

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  72. Heh, you need more dental work than I do, Rufus.

    And WiO, I have no foreskin either.

    And if Melody has pulled a fast one on me, I ain't got no cock left, either.

    But I don't think that's the case, for many reasons.

    That's all I'm going to say.

    I think Deuce has it right. And, there will be no more poems, though I know you'd all pay big money for them.

    That's why I'm starving here.

    :)

    And, she does have a good sense of humor.

    And, I do like her alot, least if she's female.

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