Thursday, October 06, 2011

Our problem is obvious

How can it be explained? “It” being the daily plethora of crap that rolls down us. Sloyndra: After flushing $535 million, can you believe that the P-BO administration was all set to float another loan to a solar panel company that makes ‘em for $6 and sells ‘em for $3? Even promising to put solar panels on top of the White House couldn’t create enough volume for Solyndra to make up a $3 loss on each panel. Then, having learned nothing, The P-BOS chucks another $700 million more dollars down the green energy sink hole AFTER SOLYNDRA FAILED. The money had to be spent before some dead line. Uh, no it didn’t. Give it back. But spend it they did.

Fast & Furious: When asked if he believed ATF agents have been accomplices to murder, AZ Sheriff Paul Babeu replied, “Absolutely.” He went on to put the blame where it belongs, Eric the wad holder: “Now, that’s one step away from Eric Holder. This is his Department of Justice and there are people who have lost their lives.” As it turns out the wad takes after his boss in more ways than just being another clean, articulate, light skinned black man capable of dropping the negro dialect when it suits him. He’s a lying dope as well. And don’t even think about call me a racist. That first line is a combination of Slow Joe Biden and Scrawny Harry Reid’s description of the P-BO. The last line is the indisputable truth. So far everyone associated with this monument to stupidity has been…drum roll please….promoted.

Occupy Wall St.: Labor unions have joined forces with uh…who? The freaks comprising the “Occupy Wall St” mob. What else do you call them? What’s their purpose? Cause trouble is the only clear goal that I can discern. So unions, never ones to miss a chance to take a day off to cause trouble, joined right in. The movement spreads as more and more people gather to protest. The latest group to join in to voice their concerns are the students from Jay College protesting, uh Idunno, but it beats going to class. Certain new organizations are calling this a movement. It’s not. It’s a collection of malcontents gathering to avoid work, school, going home or just to cause trouble. Senators trying to collapse BoA: RC Turdbin added an amendment to the Dodd Frank fiasco that restricted the amount banks could charge for processing debit card transactions. OK fine. In response BoA just slapped a monthly $5 fee on debit card users. Proof positive of Lex’s theory that rich people are rich for a reason. They are smarter and more talented than dopes like Turdbin. So Turdbin takes to the floor of the senate and tells people to dump BoA. Trudbin is like a neighbor who dumps his trash over the fence onto your yard and thinks that’s fine. But when you pick it up and pile it back up on his front door step, he’s outraged.

EuroZone disaster: One European economic domino after another is falling while pols there say Germany can continue to bail the entire continent out. Meanwhile the Demo-Dopes are trying emulate every failed European policy even as they watch the results of those failed policies play out on the streets of Europe every night.

All of this going on before our very eyes and ears fueled by a complicit news media. And nothing much changes. We sit and watch, as if we’re in a slow motion car wreck. Why? Here’s the answer. Some version of this quote came from Rush Limbaugh or someone from the Czech Republic:

"The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting an inexperienced man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America .. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president."

Our problem is as obvious as the problem of the man who walks around with his head firmly planted up his butt. Our problem is that 53% of us voted for a moron. 46% of the 53% probably voted for the moron because they want to continue to pay 0% income tax.

Am I optimistic for 2012? No. Having 46% of the vote voting their own economic interest is a pretty good running start even for a moron. A team of angles and arch angles arriving to fix this mess is the only “realistic scenario" I see for us getting out of this wreck. Us electing politicians who can figure it out, counter intuitively, would be the “miraculous scenario."

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