Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Of Democrats and Men

Comparing Obama to a Marxist in 2008, was called RACIST by the Democratic party and his followers.  Republicans who were unwilling to yield to Him on social issues were called RACIST, and no one but Obamasessiah was standing up to those 'sons of bitches' (Republicans AKA as RACISTS).  Tea Party followers were called RACIST and divisive and right-wing extremists.

These are not isolated comments by looney left fringe members - the Vice=President made most of the above comments or uttered the above phrases or expressed the sentiment.  He is surely one heck of a guy.  I would hate to hear him when he was drunk.  What he would say would surely curl your toes, and besides - he says enough already.

He told the AFL-CIO gathering at an annual Democratic party event times with Labor Day that 'You Are The Only Folks Keeping The Barbarians From the Gates.'   Hilaire Belloc coined the phrase in the 1930s to describe what he believed was a threat by unbelievers on Christianity.  Islam was on his mind at the time.  The more current usage of this phrase was in the 1980's with Nabisco and corporate consolidation and mergers, buying and absorbing of other companies and employees.  I don't see that as a threat today and unions have little to do with it - the power to prevent these mergers and buy-outs lies with business itself and peripherally with the Justice Department (Obama's department). 

The question should be asked - does Biden mean union workers are the only ones keeping Obama in power and thus, able to thwart the plans of corporate America? If so, what happened to students and the independent voters?  What does he mean?  Does he know?

Maybe Hoffa knows - the Teamster leader told "President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march. Let's take these son of bitches out and give America back to an America where we belong."

Apparently attacking Republicans, Conservatives and business in America is ok. 

That is not the America where anyone belongs.


Make Mine Freedom - 1948

American Form of Government

Who's on First? Certainly isn't the Euro.