Tuesday, November 04, 2008

History


11 Comments:

At 5:24 PM, November 05, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

His Toe Ree. Yes it is. Feels good don't it?

MrSleep

 
At 6:50 AM, November 06, 2008 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

It definitely feels right.

That landslide tickled me greatly. It was such a great middle finger to McCain and Palin who allowed and encouraged the frenzied racism that greeted them at each stop.

When I watched a video of a Palin town hall speech, in which she was interrupted by chants of "he's a Nigger", "he's a Nigger", and she kept talking as if nothing happened - she let us know exactly what kind of America we would get if McCain won.

Obama always took the high road. Turned the other cheek. McPalin took the low road and appealed to the worst, ugliest sides in their supporters.

The correct side won.

 
At 12:43 PM, November 06, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

America won.

The World won.

In time many but not all will realize that.

MrSleep

 
At 6:31 PM, November 11, 2008 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

I am the minority here because I am for competition and after studing his philosophy, I believe he is an egalitarian who values equality of outcome,(class), over competition. He wants a single class which never works.

Equality of opportunity is great but when the goverment becomes a "provider", it stops protecting the fruits of some peoples labor and becomes a "taker."


"Share the wealth" is a path that leads to destruction of property rights where ever it has been tried.

Having said all that, I am a big beliver in supporting whoever is in the oval office since he is America's President and I am a proud American who respects the office even when I may disagree with some of the decisions coming from it. Hate is always wrong and many on the other side can't help but hate people they disagree with.

Disagreement is healthy and it should not be scorned or hated, but sadly it is.

Ready for the wrath and arrows. :)


FAR.

 
At 3:44 AM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

Nice to have you back FAR. It's been a while.

Funny thing is, I think Obama is going to be as big a disaster if not bigger trainwreck than GW. I think he was the correct choice over McPalin but we're just getting another Bill Clinton (Obama's even recycling the Clinton cabinet) sweet talker who will do horrible, horrible things to our freedoms.

We are in for it in the next four years.

 
At 8:21 AM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

I agree with the results part of what you said and I did not like McCain, but thougt he would be less harmful.

I wanted Bobby Gindel or Mitt Romney mainly because of thier positions on upholding our freedoms.

I am hoping Oboma is a Pragmatist and will temper some of his radical views and actions, just to be seen as wanting to work with both sides, but I am worried I will be wrong on that.

His views are anti-competition because of his "spread the wealth" and other Marxist views.

I love the idea that a black person was voted in as President because it is proof positive that the "Large Majority" of Americans are not hesitant to vote regardless of race.

The down side of that is the problem that a small minority voted for him because of race. Many blacks voted based on skin color and admitted it. Imagine if a similar amount of whites said they voted for president based upon skin color.

FAR.

 
At 9:21 AM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Intellectual Insurgent said...

I voted for Ron Paul in the primaries and Bob Barr in the general election. If Ron Paul were President, we'd be looking at better times ahead.

Not sure it really matters if people voted for Obama because of his race or whatever else. Pee Wee Herman could have run against McCain and garnered support. McCain was unelectable for many, many reasons.

As far as bipartisanship, all that means is the illusion that everyone was consulted and, therefore, the robbery of the American people is ok. "Well, both parties agreed with it", will be the response to any complaints when the final stages of the coup are put in place.

 
At 10:27 AM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

I would have voted for Ron Paul, but then that usually means I am assuring that the canidate I like the least will be elected.

It is ashamed I have to vote for the best electable canidate rather than the best canidate, but then I don't want to speed along our demise, so at least I will be slowing it down a little.

The reasons Rome fell are very much in play in our Nation. We are destroying our country from within.


FAR.

 
At 3:34 PM, November 12, 2008 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

You both have stated your reservations about Obama, so give him time.

I am more hopeful, but also recognize the challenges facing this nation will take years, and years, and years to fix.

MrSleep

 
At 4:11 PM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

Mr Sleep,

I said that my hope was that he will be pragmatic, but I am worried that he wont be because of his Marxist values.

He makes his Marxist views quite clear in both his books...

"In search of some inspiration, I went to hear Kwame Toure, formerly Stokely Carmichael of Black Panther fame, speak at Columbia," Obama wrote in "Dreams," which he published in 1995. "At the entrance to the auditorium, two women, one black, one Asian, were selling Marxist literature."

He also said he chooses his friends carefully. Bill Ares, and others all have Marxist views.

FAR.

 
At 4:13 PM, November 12, 2008 , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

Rightly or Wrongly, there is a reason for the old saying..."Birds of a feather, flock together."

If one hangs around with street gangs by choice it rightly says something about your values and your judgement.

FAR.

 

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