Obama Is a Muslim and An Atheist or Why Repubicans Suck. This Should Scare You.

This one is a winner. This is why America is deteriorating. Republicans are uninformed, vacuous people.

  1. #1 by Larry Bergan on November 4, 2012 - 1:12 pm

    Fox “news” is obviously the channel these people get their information from. It’s hideous.

  2. #2 by Glenden Brown on November 4, 2012 - 7:29 pm

    The reasons these folks give for support Romney are so vacuous. The sheer emptiness of their reasons is amazing to me – their support of Romney is really all about conservative identity politics isn’t it?

  3. #3 by Larry Bergan on November 4, 2012 - 8:44 pm

    These people have been drilled in the head, but they’re angry at the people who DIDN’T drill them through the head.

    And they’re everywhere! I sure wish Eisenhower could be resurrected and lead them back to reason.

  4. #4 by Mike Murphy on November 5, 2012 - 12:03 am

    And I suppose Obama supporters all have highly intellectual answers for why they vote democrat? Nice cherry-picking of interviews.
    What scares me is that Obama supporters for the most part have no understanding of Obama’s past and overlook his socialist/communist associations. Don’t believe me? Look up Frank Marshall Davis; Obama’s mentor and a card-carrying communist. http://www.obamasrealfather.com/frank-marshall-davis/

  5. #5 by Nathan Erkkila on November 5, 2012 - 3:11 am

    If Obama is a socialist, then he really sucks at being one. Of course if you are that goddamn stupid, then I guess all the power to you.

  6. #6 by cav on November 5, 2012 - 7:52 am

    Yea, he may simply be another corrupt, lying capitalist, but then, so is the ‘other’ offering Mr. Mitt. Neither address socialmacism’s nor communism’s attributes – and there are some – especially with a dispassionate comparison with capitalism as it has mutated. For that matter, few true, flegg-wavin’ ‘Murkins do / can / or would (because they’re so dumbed down).

    It’s the ‘My Country Right Or Wrong, and I’ll vote for the candidate who most ‘gets’ Ronald Reagan. Shees!

    Look up Sheldon Adelson.

  7. #7 by cav on November 5, 2012 - 7:59 am

    One of my first jobs in the early sixties, was for an aging lady who so hated Franklin Delano Roosevelt, that even after twenty plus years, standing on her wonderful orcharded and landscaped estate – a stable full of Cadillacs, she still cursed and cursed him on the smallest prompt.

  8. #8 by Mike Murphy on November 5, 2012 - 8:58 am

    You think Obama and his handlers are going to impose socialism all at once? Don’t be so naive, it’s been going on since 1913 and not limited to political party.

    Mitt Romney is infinitely more qualified than Obama to be POTUS. “Another corrupt, lying capitalist”? Though that isn’t the case, I’ll take it over a communist dictator any day.

    On your beloved FDR:

    The watershed years were 1932-1937 — the first two presidential terms of Franklin D. Roosevelt. This was the crucial period in American history — the period in which Americans abandoned the principles of economic liberty on which our nation was founded. For it was during this time that the welfare-state, planned-economy way of life replaced the private-property, market-economy way of life which had existed up to that time.

    Of course, this is not what Americans have been taught. From the first grade in their government-approved schools, the American people have been indoctrinated into believing that the Great Depression was the failure of America’s free-enterprise system, that FDR’s New Deal saved free enterprise, and that the economic system which characterizes the United States today is one of free enterprise. And the indoctrination is so effective that adults continue to believe the myths with falsehoods despite truth and reality and, even worse, continue to force their children to undergo the same political indoctrination in today’s government-approved schools.

    With exceptions (slavery being the worst), during the first 150 years of America’s history, people were free to live their lives in any way they chose as long as their actions did not entail violence or fraud against others. Americans could engage in any economic enterprise without permission or regulation … accumulate unlimited amounts of wealth without political interference … do whatever they wanted with their money … and travel anywhere in the world without a passport or other evidence of governmental consent.

    This unique way of life was what distinguished the United States from all other nations in history. It was this way of life that became known as one of “free enterprise.”

    And our American ancestors believed that charity — the caring of human beings for each other — meant nothing unless it came from the willing hearts of individuals. And so our ancestors provided a way of life in which people could not be forced to help or serve others. The result was the most charitable nation in the history of man.

    In 1913, the abandonment began. For it was during that year that the 16th Amendment — the income tax — was enacted. Appealing to the sins of envy and covetousness, the American politicians and bureaucrats promised that the tax would be levied only on the rich and that it would never exceed a very minute percentage. Ignoring the warnings of their ancestors, the American people rendered unto Caesar the omnipotent power to control the fruits of their earnings.

    But that wasn’t all. Also in 1913, the American people permitted the passage of the Federal Reserve Act which created a central bank, enabling governmental officials to control the amount of credit and currency in the economy. It was an action which ultimately would match — if not exceed — the destructive power of the income tax.

    As documented so well by free-market economists Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek, and Murray Rothbard, during the 1920s, the Federal Reserve Board, exercising its power to expand the money supply, caused an inflationary binge — an action which created a false aura of prosperity. When the political authorities — faced with this inflationary threat and restrained by the gold standard — finally ceased the monetary expansion near the end of the decade, the inevitable economic hangover was reflected in the 1929 stock market crash and in generally depressed economic conditions. In other words, contrary to the indoctrination which the American people have received from their political authorities, the Great Depression was not the failure of America’s free-enterprise system — it was the failure of political manipulation of money and credit.

    Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected President in 1932. Faced with the Great Depression — a depression which had been caused by government itself — Roosevelt’s “solution” was to implement the socialist-fascist economic system under which Americans now suffer. Under the banner of “saving America’s free-enterprise system,” FDR was directly responsible for the abandonment of America’s 150-year history of free enterprise.

  9. #9 by Richard Warnick on November 5, 2012 - 9:13 am

    cav–

    I find it amazing how wealthy people can carry around political grievances and resentments much more than poor people. That’s why all the “class warfare” talk comes from the rich – they are projecting.

  10. #10 by Richard Warnick on November 5, 2012 - 2:46 pm

  11. #11 by Larry Bergan on November 5, 2012 - 6:02 pm

    I wonder if the wealthy people in Denmark cry and whine as much as rich Americans. I just bet you they don’t, though. I mean it’s just sad. Even the ones who are doing well, but don’t stand a chance of ever making the 1% are always kicking and screaming – or probably trolling the internet.

  12. #12 by cav on November 6, 2012 - 6:53 am

    It’s about greed.

    The desire for, and attempt to develop a ‘simple’ life is not stupid or mis-informed.

    However, greed-driven individuality is.

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