Saturday, July 30, 2016

Here's What I Think and You're Not Going to Like It.

You know me, I like to keep posts short.  So questions in comments where I've failed to get my point across por favor.

So, even without the obama administration and democrats pounding out the foundation pillars of America with Thor weight sledgehammers, we're screwed.  We're beyond screwed.

Politicians have kicked the can (serious problems with very important things like social security, medicare, the VA, the military, the military's equipment (Google F-35 costs)) down the road so long that the problems simply do not have solutions any more.  And this is World Wide. Arguments?

The recent PM of England (Cameron) has been tapped to be on the take for massive amounts of money.  Hell, Jockstrap Chirac was on the take as well as coffee banana (kofi anon) the head of the UN at the time regards black market Iraq oil. The current head of the IMF - LeGarde has recently been identified as being corrupt for personal gain.  They are ALL Dirty. Every dirty stinking one of them.  All of them.  No One is working the problems.

Conclusion: All countries leaders find themselves in positions where the problems they have to deal with are impossible to deal with because their predecessors have spent their time enriching themselves instead of working on the problems.  We are at the point where it is impossible to work on the problems, so today's leaders (they all know this) are now completely focused on their own enrichment and comfort.  No One is working the problem.
It is a Feeding Frenzy of theft and personal enrichment.  Every man and woman for themself.

Imagine the little snowflakes that think anyone is working on whatever their hot buttons are.  Lol.

Like the morons who gave their entire Wedding Gift haul (6 grand) to the Streetcar Project of Cincinnati to have a major impact on Global Warming. LOL !

 
 


32 comments :

  1. We are at the point where it is impossible to work on the problems, so today's leaders (they all know this) are now completely focused on their own enrichment and comfort. No One is working the problem.

    Exactly!

    We're watching the devolution of Western civilization.

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  2. If we're gonna have a civil war, let's get going!
    I'm not getting any younger.

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    1. Ed, It's the only way. Every time I analyze the answer always comes up Split The Country across the takers and the makers.

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  3. Not so fast, Kid. The current GOP nominee is not seeking the presidency to enrich himself. The pay cut Donald Trump is going to take once he enters the Oval Office, once you add it all up, once you look at the hair cut he's taking, would melt your brain.

    He actually wants to fix things. Unlike every damn body else out there. Now, whether he can or not, that isn't your point. He is not in this for himself.

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    1. Fredd,
      A question (no snark):

      What, in your opinion, are Trump's motives for seeing the Oval Office? If you know of other motives besides Trump's wanting to fix things.

      Your comment indicates that you view Trump as a statesman. I'm not saying that he's not a statesman; we don't yet know.

      Anyway, I've been thinking a lot about Trump's possible motives.

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    2. Everyone has a motive, a need, or they would remain static.
      Some people are motivated altruistically.
      Others egotistically.
      The clues are in past Behavior.

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    3. Ed,
      I agree that past behavior is an indication.

      But people change -- particularly if it's revolution time.

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    4. Was that a Hope/Crosby movie?

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    5. Fredd, Let's assume for the sake of Argument that D. J. Trump is as conservative and interested in returning America to a Constitutional Law and Order, Expel the Vermin, Patriotic Schooling, etc country as I am.

      Does it matter? Will it help. It will help my mental state just to not have that squealing mobster bitch in the white house, but will it help America? Only if America wants it. I'm not so sure that it does. I'm not quite willing to say that "America has decided upon suicide", but if they elect the beast, that will be my conclusion.

      Ed, I've looked at Trump's past history and interviews (not all by any means) and I think it is possible, he wants to try to fix some things and get some more mileage out of America. He has talked about the root problems for a long while. He is at least as smart as me :-) and so he knows no one else is in the wings to make a difference. None of the republicans would have made a difference. Jeb for example, would have been the same as clinton - just without the visual/audio nightmare. Maybe a Bobby Jindahl, but I think Trump would be better than Bobby at getting things done.

      These are the options.

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    6. Kid,
      None of the republicans would have made a difference.

      I came to that conclusion in late 2015.

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    7. AOW, A couple things that convinced me the repubs were worthless were when Boehner was presiding over some vote about something and called for yeas and nays and the vote didn't go as scripted and Boehner was confused and some bitch told him to just call it like it was scripted, which was 180 to reality. Then their lip service over everything yet rubber stamping everything obama wanted to do. It became very clear that is was all a dog and pony show. Same today, Paul Ryan rubber stamping obama's budget which includes importation of some number of terrorists when the federal governments Number one mandate is national security.
      How can congress fuck up more than that?

      Yes, we swear around here.

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    8. Kid,
      their lip service over everything yet rubber stamping everything obama wanted to do. It became very clear that is was all a dog and pony show.

      If those who are forever loyal to the GOP would wake up and see that, we might see a a real return to Conservative principles.

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    9. AOW, yea... so many are trapped into the two party system. I know it is hard to break away from..

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  4. AOW: I think that Donald Trump's decision to seek the presidency started at one of those presidential roasts that all the journalists are invited to, several years ago. Donald Trump was sitting at one of the back tables, and Obama joked (and I paraphrase here): "And Donald Trump is no stranger to life and death decisions, no doubt about it. Just last night on his show 'Celebrity Apprentice', he had to decide who to fire; Meatloaf or Gary Busey. Well decided, sir." The camera panned to Donald's table, as the room was roaring with laughter, but Donald was not laughing. Not at all.

    The Donald seeks the office not for the power and certainly not for the money or fame. He wants the gig to show these no-talent politicians, who have never met a payroll in their life, nor actually worked for an honest day's pay in the private sector ever, how to actually get people back to work, how to keep our country from being invaded, and not suck up to the donor class.

    He's sick to death of being lectured to by elites who have no talent at getting anything done whatsoever. Donald is a guy who gets things done. And he wants to get America fixed.

    That's my take on Donald Trump's motives.

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    1. I have to run to church. I wonder if anyone has googled his motive?

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    2. Fredd, a google seems to confirm your "motive".

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    3. Fredd, Entirely possible. I hope it's true and I hope he gets elected.

      Look at it form the other angle. He could go anywhere he wants, have a medical staff on retainer, surround himself with luxury and pleasure to the end of his days. Why in the hell would he subject himself to 4 years minimum of being pounded on by the vermin press because we ALL know for certain that is what will happen to him if he ends up in the white house.

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    4. Fredd,
      How interesting!

      Until now, I was completely unaware of the incident. And, frankly, I never watched "Aporentice" even one time.

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    5. That incident could still support a motive of "ego".
      That would still support Kid's observation.

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    6. Show me a person not motivated by Ego, and Ill shown you a rotting, stinking, CORPSE. Even the SIANTS did what they did, because it made them feel good about themselves. Eg is INESCAPABLE. It's more a part of who each of us is than our hearts, lungs, livers, kidneys and genitalia.

      The Ego strives to harness itself to the power of the Holy Spirit all is well When it travels with Satan it brings Hell to Earth.

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  5. The whole West is infected with anti-moral, anti-religious, anti-democracy fervor. The vehicle used to spread this immoral and nihilistic gospel is progressivism, which is basically the idea that governments should be handed all power to administer social justice. Yet anyone who has read a book (such as a biography of Stalin) knows just how dangerous it is to assume that governments are benign.

    At this point, we'd be better off going back to a British-style monarchy, except that even the monarchs have become infected with the disease of progressivism.

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    1. Euripides, Yes exactly. We have at least a couple generations (and whatever number of older folks with that particular mental disease) who have bought into the cancer hook, line, and sinker.

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    2. Progressivism is just another term for SATANISM, which means compulsion to divorce oneself from Holy Writ, and embrace all the Materialistic –– ie.
      e. Selfish, Greedy, Callous, Coarse, Gross, Sensual and Vile.

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  6. I'll do whatever I can, in my small way, because I'm sick of the direction this country is taking.

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    1. Good for you, Cube! We have no power to do anything else other than sit down and let ourselves ROT, so we might as well die fighting for what-we-believe-to-be RIGHT.

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  7. Cube, Just so frustrating isn't it? Here we are in a free society or so we think, and it's not correct to try to make someone else do our bidding, but at the same time, you want to just grab every single person in America and shake them while screaming "Do you see what's going on?!".

    We have very little power as individuals. Split the country. I think we are to that point.

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  8. There will always be that tipping point, a point of no return, A time when the onrushing winds of revolution and war sweep across the land. That time when the old order gives way to the new. We are fast approaching that point. This is nothing new and has happened throughout history. The Greek city states gave way to the Roman empire, and that empire crumbled and led us to the Middle Ages and again the rise of the city states of Europe. Eventually they fail and we had the rise of empires once again and the age of colonialism. Then of course, WWI and WWII brought about the beginning of the end of colonial period and we began to see the rise of nation states across the globe once more. In this systemic revolution and the protracted conflict within, the old order is always stronger in the beginning, but in the end will be swept away by the new. To a certain degree you are correct. The walls of the existing order are crumbling before the onrushing events of our time. But no one knows what is coming or exactly what the new order will be.

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    1. Ron, it will be a time of great pain for the average citizen. There will be massive disruptions to essential goods and services and there will plenty of lawlessness.
      Lots or war and conquest as well as predator countries and regimes take advantage of the mayhem. I'll have my sights on the media elite if I have my sights on anyone. Maybe we'll just go Jeremiah Johnson.

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