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Blame The Victim – Our Economy Shouldn’t Have Worn That Short Skirt
08-01-2011, 11:15 AM
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Blame The Victim – Our Economy Shouldn’t Have Worn That Short Skirt
The first thing I want to say with regards to the apparent deal that was struck between the hostage takers and those representing the victims is that any “liberal” pundit or blogger who encouraged voters to stay home in 2010 – SHUT THE FUCK UP! I don’t even want to hear your fucking whining. It is your fault that the goddamn Republicans were given the power to fuck us all over so much.

The next thing I want to say is THANK YOU PRESIDENT OBAMA for taking on the toughest job in the world in 2008. It’s a thankless job trying to clean up after the biggest fucking failure of a president we’ve ever had in George W. Bush. But of course no one could have imagined that the Republicans would throw every obstacle they could find in your path, including the kitchen sink.

For people like Paul Krugman who characterize every compromise with the hostage takers, the terrorist Republicans, the obstinate children in the Tea Party as a “cave-in” — grow the fuck up already. Wipe off your snotty nose, suck it up and help us fight those motherfuckers in 2012. If you don’t wake up and realize that Republicans are playing you like a cheap fiddle, you don’t deserve to represent liberals. We don’t need crying, whining babies, we need people who will stand up and fight. Now pull up your Underoos and get to work.

Quote:For the general public who hasn’t paid attention, let me break down what just happened for you.

•Republicans created this crisis by demanding massive spending cuts to programs primarily for poor people — OR ELSE — they would wreck the economy for everyone.

•Republicans began their propaganda campaign to attempt to blame the national debt on President Obama and the Democrats, when we all know that the Republicans spent like drunken sailors and gave massive tax breaks to the top 1% of the population during President George W. Bush’s term.

•The Professional Left in their immaturity and “emoprog-ness” began weeping into their Kool-aid and wetting themselves because it became clear that they weren’t going to get their utopian, idealistic way…they ended up prostrate on the floor, kicking and screaming and acting like fucking children.

•President Obama in an effort to stave off a complete meltdown of our economy kept his cool and pushed for a compromise — a deal with those devils to prevent the impending doom.

•Many of these Republicans hostage takers voted for every damn penny that President Bush spent on two unnecessary – off budget wars, the unfunded Medicare Part D and the unpaid-for trillions in tax cuts to the wealthiest 1% who haven’t invested a fucking penny of that money in America, but are hiding it overseas where they don’t have to pay any goddamn taxes on it — thanks to President Bush.

•So President Obama, being the president of all people and a responsible, sane person — continued to try to reach a deal to simply prevent us from plunging into another recession and possibly a depression. A compromise had to be reached, there was no other option. It didn’t have to be this way either. In 2010, Tea Party Republicans were sent to Washington in large part because of an effort by people like Ed Schultz, Arianna Huffington and others to suppress Democratic voters. They, of course, are the loudest voices whining about having to deal with those assholes AND IT IS THEIR OWN FUCKING FAULT that we are in this mess.

•And now we have wasted almost the entire summer dealing with this Republican created crisis – this hostage taking. And not only did they distract everyone from the real problems we are facing like joblessness, but they also succeeded in getting the whiny “emoprogs” to lose their shit about it. All in all, the Republicans had a great summer at the expense of the rest of us.

The reaction from many on the Professional Left is to blame the victim. President Obama had to deal with an unprecedented hostage situation that has never occurred in the history of our country, yet some of these people want to blame him for HAVING to compromise with these hostage takers. They all lament the fact that President Obama dealt with the GOP, yet not one of them offered a solution that would get us out of this hostage situation; not one idea about how we realistically get out of the mess.

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Blame The Victim – Our Economy Shouldn’t Have Worn That Short Skirt #1 - NJMaverick - 08-01-2011, 11:15 AM
RE: "looks like he had a good rest" YES!! #13 - Cha - 08-03-2011, 12:57 PM
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NJMaverick - You sure are finding the good articles with the Zinger titles today!Clap

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08-01-2011, 12:46 PM
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I read this at Extreme Liberal's site earlier today, and was nearly pounding the table and shouting "Hell to the yeah!"

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08-01-2011, 01:30 PM
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(08-01-2011 11:15 AM)NJMaverick Wrote:  The first thing I want to say with regards to the apparent deal that was struck between the hostage takers and those representing the victims is that any “liberal” pundit or blogger who encouraged voters to stay home in 2010 – SHUT THE FUCK UP! I don’t even want to hear your fucking whining. It is your fault that the goddamn Republicans were given the power to fuck us all over so much.

The next thing I want to say is THANK YOU PRESIDENT OBAMA for taking on the toughest job in the world in 2008. It’s a thankless job trying to clean up after the biggest fucking failure of a president we’ve ever had in George W. Bush. But of course no one could have imagined that the Republicans would throw every obstacle they could find in your path, including the kitchen sink.

For people like Paul Krugman who characterize every compromise with the hostage takers, the terrorist Republicans, the obstinate children in the Tea Party as a “cave-in” — grow the fuck up already. Wipe off your snotty nose, suck it up and help us fight those motherfuckers in 2012. If you don’t wake up and realize that Republicans are playing you like a cheap fiddle, you don’t deserve to represent liberals. We don’t need crying, whining babies, we need people who will stand up and fight. Now pull up your Underoos and get to work.

I am in agreement with this!!

The article was good too.

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08-01-2011, 02:46 PM
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(08-01-2011 01:30 PM)jaxx Wrote:  
(08-01-2011 11:15 AM)NJMaverick Wrote:  The first thing I want to say with regards to the apparent deal that was struck between the hostage takers and those representing the victims is that any “liberal” pundit or blogger who encouraged voters to stay home in 2010 – SHUT THE FUCK UP! I don’t even want to hear your fucking whining. It is your fault that the goddamn Republicans were given the power to fuck us all over so much.

The next thing I want to say is THANK YOU PRESIDENT OBAMA for taking on the toughest job in the world in 2008. It’s a thankless job trying to clean up after the biggest fucking failure of a president we’ve ever had in George W. Bush. But of course no one could have imagined that the Republicans would throw every obstacle they could find in your path, including the kitchen sink.

For people like Paul Krugman who characterize every compromise with the hostage takers, the terrorist Republicans, the obstinate children in the Tea Party as a “cave-in” — grow the fuck up already. Wipe off your snotty nose, suck it up and help us fight those motherfuckers in 2012. If you don’t wake up and realize that Republicans are playing you like a cheap fiddle, you don’t deserve to represent liberals. We don’t need crying, whining babies, we need people who will stand up and fight. Now pull up your Underoos and get to work.

I am in agreement with this!!

The article was good too.
So strongly, agree!!

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08-01-2011, 01:40 PM
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Awesome rant! Sums it all right up!

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08-01-2011, 02:44 PM
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All right, ExtremeLiberal! He told us to wake him when this was over and looks like he had a good restBounce

Dawg, I love his way expressing the obvious!

Thanks, Mav.

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08-03-2011, 04:01 AM
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"looks like he had a good rest" YES!!
(08-01-2011 02:44 PM)Cha Wrote:  All right, ExtremeLiberal! He told us to wake him when this was over and looks like he had a good restBounce

Dawg, I love his way expressing the obvious!

Thanks, Mav.

i tell you, Cha, the first thing i thought when i started reading this thread was, Cha woke him! Big Grin

i love it, too!

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08-03-2011, 12:57 PM
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RE: "looks like he had a good rest" YES!!
(08-03-2011 04:01 AM)nofurylike Wrote:  
(08-01-2011 02:44 PM)Cha Wrote:  All right, ExtremeLiberal! He told us to wake him when this was over and looks like he had a good restBounce

Dawg, I love his way expressing the obvious!

Thanks, Mav.

i tell you, Cha, the first thing i thought when i started reading this thread was, Cha woke him! Big Grin

i love it, too!

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No, I didn't wake him..we just all waited patiently while he took his beautiful pics in Michigan, got some R&R while D.C. and the netroots went on a roller coaster ride from hell, .. only to come back and Thank President Obama!

He had this political strip with this article, too.

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08-01-2011, 09:22 PM
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The professional whiney-left are idiots. They're going around saying that Gabby's vote was "a stunt".

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08-02-2011, 12:53 AM
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I love this!! It should be required reading for all democrats. People need to take a step back and look at the big picture. We were fortunate to get this deal with all of the obstacles put in the President's path. Granted, it's not perfect, but what can we expect with the make up of the house and senate...
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08-03-2011, 04:07 AM
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"It should be required reading for all democrats"
(08-02-2011 12:53 AM)illinidem Wrote:  I love this!! It should be required reading for all democrats. People need to take a step back and look at the big picture. We were fortunate to get this deal with all of the obstacles put in the President's path. Granted, it's not perfect, but what can we expect with the make up of the house and senate...

very well said, illinidem!

thank you!

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08-03-2011, 03:55 AM
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omg! that is great!!!

thank you so much for posting that, NJMaverick!!

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08-03-2011, 01:45 PM
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Very true! I believe in the rationality of our President to make the tough, compromising choices he has to in order to get things done in this fractured country. Until tea partyers are voted out, these are the kinds of things that will have to happen if we want to avoid total gridlock. I don't blame him for a crappy deal - I blame the people who voted in Tea Party Republicans. It's up to US to rectify this ASAP - by participating, talking, and engaging AMAP.
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08-03-2011, 01:52 PM
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(08-03-2011 01:45 PM)zorritta Wrote:  Very true! I believe in the rationality of our President to make the tough, compromising choices he has to in order to get things done in this fractured country. Until tea partyers are voted out, these are the kinds of things that will have to happen if we want to avoid total gridlock. I don't blame him for a crappy deal - I blame the people who voted in Tea Party Republicans. It's up to US to rectify this ASAP - by participating, talking, and engaging AMAP.
Excellent post, zorrita. Let's not forget those who stayed home on midterm election day, 2010. They have a special section where no whining is allowed but they can't hear that 'cause the Whining is too loud!

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