Bailout for car buyers

Editor’s Note:

I’ve gotten tons of hate mail recently, but it’s all been about the fact that we haven’t been posting.

Fact is, we have, sorta.  Our Delicious.com bookmarks generally reflect the issues and topics of the day, with less than 1000 characters available to us to comment on the topic. They’re updated several times a day, marking stories of note, things we intend to get back to you on, and good old fashioned Gem-Finding on the Internet.

(Yes, the Internet.  The next moronic fucker geek-wannabe I hear say ‘internets’ or ‘interwebs’ is going to get an earful from me.)

Not good enough, they say, do the same thing here.

Fine.  We’re not used to being so limited or making such tiny blog posts (seems a waste to at least one of us), but here goes – we’ll be doing more microblogging posting, and a great new (i.e. longer) post on the Lunacy going on in Twitter.

Enjoy

Mobius

“Your warranty will be safe. In fact, it will be safer than it’s ever been. Because starting today, the United States government will stand behind your warranty,” President Obama said on Monday.

via Bailout for car buyers – Mar. 30, 2009.

He just doesn’t get it.

Nobody is impressed with the United States Government being behind ANYTHING anymore…maybe he just hasn’t heard that yet.  Seriously – when was the last time YOU had a good encounter with anything or anyone from the US Government?  Would you want to have these people managing your healthcare, too?

What a fucking tool this Foreign Exchange Student of a president has become.  Ugh.

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It’s NOT the Economy, stupid!


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Here’s another one for the ‘what if’ pile…….

What if this current ‘economic crisis‘ is just our “October Surprise”?

It’s not nearly as good of a False Flag as, say, running 3 airplanes into buildings to cause a nationwide worldwide panic over ‘terrorists’, or propping up some whacko ex-military kid to blow up a Federal Building in Oklahoma, but it’s certainly been very effective.

Wikipedia (for lack of a better reference) defines a False Flag operation as:

False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to appear as though they are being carried out by other entities. The name is derived from the military concept of flying false colors; that is, flying the flag of a country other than one’s own. False flag operations are not limited to war and counter-insurgency operations, and have been used in peace-time; for example, during Italy’s strategy of tension.

I’ve talked to hundreds of people over the last several weeks while investigating various aspects of the current Presidential Election, and overwhelmingly the theme is a constantly recurring one:  Americans are really NO worse off than we were a year or even six months ago.  Outside of the issues being run into on Wall Street, the Joes of the world (Sixpack, Plumber or Hockey Dad, take your pick) are really not in any different shape than they were a year ago.

If you think otherwise, then explain how Barack Hussein Obama just managed to suck $150 million out of his supporters in September.  This money isn’t coming from BROKE people, folks.  It’s coming from those who can donate and not give it a second thought. Continue reading

Let’s go ahead and get this over with….

If you’ve read any of my other columns, you know it’s difficult for me to hide my utter disdain for either of the ‘two’ Presidential Candidates – John Sidney McCain and Barack Hussein Obama.  I think that they both represent the Bilderberg-laden interests of those who would continue to enslave the American people, and I’m not likely to change my mind on any of that.

Now, a lot of people will tell you that a vote for anyone OTHER than one of these is a ‘wasted’ vote.  Others would tell you differently, saying that it’s a way of making a statement.  I’m not 100% sure either of these perspectives is meaningful anymore, and here’s why:

It’s the day after the election, and somebody won. Continue reading

Ron Paul: The Do-Something Congress

Ron Paul: The Do-Something Congress

It has not been a good week for the Republic.  It took quite a bit of trampling of the Constitution, but the bailout bill passed, as I suspected it would.

The bailout failed the first time it was brought to the House.  Undaunted, the Senate pressed on by attaching the bailout as an amendment to another House passed bill that was pending in the Senate.  The new bailout version had new taxes, so according to the Constitution it should not have originated in the Senate. Continue reading

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Zeitgeist: Addendum

For me, Zeitgeist was an eye-opening, awakening movie.  Now the folks who brought you Zeitgeist have released “Zeitgeist: Addendum“.  It’s a powerful documentary which makes many things very clear, and of specific interest lately to Americans – it explains our Monetary System.

From the website:

‘Zeitgeist, The Movie’ and ‘Zeitgeist: Addendum’ were created as Not-for-Profit expressions to communicate what the author felt were highly important social understandings which most humans are generally not aware of. The first film focuses on suppressed historical & modern information about currently dominant social institutions, while also exploring what could be in store for humanity if the power structures at large continue their patterns of self-interest, corruption, and power consolidation.

The second film, Zeitgeist: Addendum, attempts to locate the root causes of this pervasive social corruption, while offering a solution.
This solution is not based not on politics, morality, laws, or any other “establishment” notions of human affairs, but rather on a modern, non-superstitious based understanding of what we are and how we align with nature, to which we are a part. The work advocates a new social system which is updated to present day knowledge, highly influenced by the life long work of Jacque Fresco and The Venus Project.

The movie is embedded below.  Other versions and more information can be found here.

Ron Paul: Buying bad debt is the wrong solution

(CNN) — Two days after the House rejected the $700 billion bailout bill, the Senate is set to vote on the rescue plan for financial institutions.

Rep. Ron Paul said he believes the $700 bailout bill will not solve the financial crisis.

Rep. Ron Paul said he believes the $700 bailout bill will not solve the financial crisis.

The vote is scheduled for after sundown Wednesday.

Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain, Democratic nominee Sen. Barack Obama, and Obama’s running mate, Sen. Joe Biden, all said they would be present for the vote.

Speaking to CNN’s John Roberts on Wednesday, House Financial Services Committee member and former Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul discussed why he thinks the bailout bill is the wrong solution to the economic problem and what he would do to secure financial security.

John Roberts: Congressman, great to see you. I was browsing around on your Web site, Campaign for Liberty. And right there on the very front page, you are appealing to your supporters — and there are tens of thousands of them — to get in touch with key senators to tell them to vote this bill down when it comes to a vote in the Senate at sundown tonight.

Why do you want them to vote it down?

Rep. Ron Paul: I think it’s a bad bill. I think it’s bad for the taxpayers. I think it’s doing more of the same thing. The same policy that we’re following now with this bill is exactly how we got into that trouble. Video Watch Ron Paul explain why he opposes the bailout »

And you know, I really don’t have that much clout in Washington, D.C. And I recognize it. But there are a couple people outside of Washington that care about what I’m thinking and care about free market … economics. And they will respond. And I think we did help generate a little bit of mail to the House members. Continue reading