Posts Tagged ‘Oh’ Bummer’

Бродила по весям, и нашла интересное: обамский электорат подводит итоги его правления.  В десятке комментов и центристы высказались, и реалисты, и даже критик слева:

Он пришёл к власти во время финансового кризиса и с самого начала просрал свой огромный политический капитал (у кого память не отшибло, должны помнить беспрецедентный энтузиазм большинства американцев), назначив идеологических ДЕрегуляторов на ключевые финансовые посты, НЕ реформировав биржевую систему и т.д., т.е. делая прямо противоположное своим предвыборным обещаниям. Посмотри конец документального фильма “Inside job” про этот кризис, там всё чётко изложено про его практическое предательство интересов простых американцев. По всей вероятности, его напугали, и он испугался. У него была историческая возможность подняться до уровня Франклина Рузвельта, он в реальности опустился до уровня предшествующего ему Имбецила. Он НЕ лидер. Единственное, на что ему хватило храбрости после 6 лет набирания последней, это договор с Ираном. Тем более, что это в прямых и непосредственных интересах США, а стопорилось исключительно из-за израильского лобби, которое, как и всегда, плевать хотело на прямые интересы Америки. То, что он всё-таки пробил этот договор, что-то абсолютно НЕтипичное для слабака Обамы. Это несомненный плюс. Ну и восстановление связей с Кубой.

Это замечательно, что ни слово, то клад. Вот что нас ждёт если ХиллБилл вернутся в Белый Дом.

Ну и Аннушка-гейша, как всегда, явление альтернативного мышления:

где была экономика, да и вообще положение внутри страны и вне ее 8 лет назад, и где сейчас. По-моему, тут все очевидно. Он вытащил тихой сапой страну из ямы.
Обамакер, при том сопротивлении, которое он вызвал, тоже.
Гуантанамо – было шестьсот заключенных, осталось меньше ста, и обещает закрыть совсем.  Верховные судьи.

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impression after visiting the Capital:
bums and beggars are everywhere. And they are all Blacks. Black lives matter, right, Mr. President?

Главное впечатление визита в столицу: огромные полчища чёрных нищих и бомжей. Закономерный исход 8-летнего правления расиста-социалиста.

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I find trump and obama to be very similar, with the primary difference being that trump is vulgar, whereas obama is polished. Both made asinine promises and were/are beloved by those that don’t bother thinking about whether the promises work.

[…]our guy [50+ low-middle-class majority voter-ETat] isn’t a fool. He’s been watching for 40 years as slick, eloquent people promise him whatever it is they can convince him he wants. He was there when lbj promised “guns and butter”, and a “great society”, and delivered dependency and crime instead. He was there when carter promised to curb unemployment and inflation, and delivered stagflation. He was there when nixon said “trust me”, when bush said “read my lips”, when W talked about “wmds”, and when obama talked about “change”. He has seen too many slick smooth talkers promising unicorn farts to him to trust another, and he’s under attack right out loud by people that say, in plain language that his day is over. … except that he never had a day, he worked hard for everything he ever got.

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Ford_prefect42 is a new addition to my blogroll. Welcome!

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…, или Рыба Гниет с Головы.

Professor, as usual, doesn’t mince words in evaluating recent muslim shooting in San-Bernardino and Obamatollah* Administraiton’s reaction on that:

…Along with trashing the Second Amendment, the administration has its sights set on the First. No doubt the 5th can be jettisoned too, if guns or politically incorrect speech are involved.
* Very apt term proposed in the comments’ section.

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The Hypocrite!

Looked down on the Westside H’way from my 14th floor window exactly on time to see the famous black Fiat moving South…followed by his detail:


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for this criminal travesty were standing right in front…

I just learned that US pledged to give $3.126,708 aid to Syrian migrants. And to resettle 16,800 in the US


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After the [TV] debates

…a few choice comments from the viewers at NumbersUsa, via Gerard Perry

What good does it do with the candidates saying they will “put Americans first in the job market,” but saying nothing about the millions – perhaps 20-30 – illegal aliens who are here?  Without jobs, they’ll just go on welfare at the taxpayer’s expense.  I want to hear, from anyone of them, the following: “When I’m elected, I will immediately stop all benefits. This should send many home. Then, I will stop birthright citizenship, chain migration and demand E-Verify in all businesses so there will be no mistake who is being hired. I will crack down on entry-exit visas and make sure they are obeyed. Any infractions of any of these methods will bring jail time. ‘Anchors’ will be free to go home with their illegal parents, and dreamers will have their “passes” rescinded. If you don’t have permission to be in this country, you’re out of here! There is a correct way to come. And, if anyone is caught trying to sneak in, his home country loses any money the US has formerly handed out. For a change, we’re going to live by Mexico’s immigration laws!” Thank you.

  • D of NC:

Illegal aliens are not immigrants. They are thieves. They have stolen the privilege of being able to live in the U.S. Why does everyone keep referring to illegal aliens as immigrants???? If the issue is framedproperly, the question is whether to allow thieves to keep what they have stolen and NOT whether to give legal status to illegal aliens. Put this view out to the American public and we will win. Keep referring to illegal aliens as “immigrants” and the other side will eventually win!

  • David of KS

Don’t forget that Bush also said that he will use immigration as an “economic driver.” This suggests that our economy is growing as a result of illegal immigration! That statement is an absolute disqualifier.(…)


My own $.002, especially after watching after-debate panel on Fox, is amplified by Karol Markowicz (I completely agree with her) who wrote in her article for Time:

The other winner of the night isn’t even running for president. It was moderator Megyn Kelly, whose tough but fair questions exposed weaknesses and holes.(…) Kelly got the ultimate only-for-women insult from Donald Trump: she was not being nice. Trump took to Twitter, at 3am, to berate Kelly, saying she “bombed.” The next day, he went on various shows to say Kelly “behaved very badly.”

Ahaha! As someone on the panel said: “if you want to project a tough-guy, speaking-truth-to-power, outsider persona, you shouldn’t be whining; and Trump was whining.”

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