I Hate to Repeat Myself


Though I hate to do it, let me say again that if the best the left has got is to call the TEA Party names, then they really have nothing. Let me say this in another way all the left has is to call the Tea Part movement things like terrorist, hostage takers and the like, just means they have no real or effective argument against what the TEA Party represents.

What is a more likely argument might be they are going to fix the debt, (which the last deal doesn’t even come close or even touch), but are going to make the middle class pay for it while to rich pay less and certainly not their fair share.  Let’s remember that almost the majority of Americans, (47%) pay no income tax and pay only SS Tax and the other unconstitutional taxes levies against us in an effort to redistribute to those who don’t work, can’t work or quit trying to have a job.

Let me say my new found saying again that the definition of  Fair:  “ place with a midway, a Ferris Wheel and cotton candy“.  You simply cannot make life “fair” no matter how many laws or taxes you place on the people.  If God wanted life to be “fair” then we’d all be equal, and that certainly hasn’t been the case as shown in history.

Even many liberals are unhappy with the President and as Elanor Clift says of them; “they don’t understand where his gifts of intellect and oratory are now that the country is looking to him for a bold plan forward that can take the economy out of the doldrums.”

The answer to the first part Ms Clift is easy, the President never had the much praised intellect.  He never had the experience for the job and many of the right correctly pointed this out when he ran.  And as far as his great oratory, well anyone can read a speech.  Face it Obama is no Reagan, no matter how often he tries to compare him self to him.

So I wonder why it took so many days for this great orator to make a speech after our downgrade?  He was faster when he jumped into a local affair and call for a beer summit.  He took month’s to get around to taking about the surge.  But the Nation’s first downgrade in history?  Days in waiting.   Then again, the market lost over 600 points as soon as he did speak, so maybe he should have kept his mouth shut.

Now over at the New Republic, (which has nothing to do with a Republic idea of Governing), John B. Judis tries to make the case for the Gov’t to spend even more to get us out of this mess.  He uses the Great Depression as the example.  Mr Judis says the right and the middle simply don’t get it because the evidence is right there.

Well Mr. Judis, you misread history or are the one who simply doesn’t understand.  The majority of economist have acknowledged that the FDR Plan to fix the Great Depression actually extended it’s life.  Additionally back then we had manufacturing and made things.  It has been a long time since we have been a Country that makes things.  We have become a service company.  We no longer have the same capacity that we had back in the 30’s.

Last time I wrote about how the left is getting away with calling regular Americans terrorist simply because they want the Gov’t to return to a more Constitutional form of Gov’t.  Now John “hide my yacht to avoid taxes” Kerry has joined the chorus using the very false term TEA Party downgrade.  Wrong Sen Kerry this was a S&P downgrade.

S&P has been wrong on EVERY single major economic failure for the last 4 years.  They obviously needed to do something to try to save face.  But we did ask for it, we did fail to make any significant cuts in spending and against the debt.  I’m not saying they are correct, but they did draw a line in the sand and we crossed it by failing to do what needed to be done.


Tyranny elected is tyranny none the less.


13 Responses to “I Hate to Repeat Myself”

  1. Gini Says:

    I did see the ‘debate’…loosely called a debate of course, since it didn’t resemble a ‘debate’ at all. Really a waste of time BIG TIME, so you didn’t miss a darn thing Chas, and I prob won’t watch another one. Everyone needs to GET A GRIP…Newt was dead on w/that complaint and all of them should have chimed in at that moment, and maybe it would have turned around into something that informed instead of pure STUPID and a big BIG waste of everyone’s time. Did have a good time in The Five chat room tho…now, that was hilarious! The public would have been better served if they a had muted the debate and filled the audio in w/that grp. hahaa hahah aha! Oh yes…….so, forward we go, or backwards if ‘we’ don’t GET A GRIP and stop allowing the left to lead the conversation. In other words……I DON’T CARE WHERE THE PREZ IS ON HIS VACA or any other day in fact. His office is where he is, period. It is a matter of TRUST, not where the prez is having brkfast. If the conversation is not moved past the complaining we are in deep truuuuuuuuble and that’s a fact. The first candidate that stands tall, unapologetic, w/solid ideas to move this country forward out of this mess, will be the candidate that gets my vote. I might add, Ron Paul doesn’t bother me one bit, and anyone who is bothered by him, is totally brainless and maybe shouldn’t be voting at all…exactly! hahaha ha! Anyway…the debate was boring & uninspired, serving only to give the libs talking points, and ‘they’ walked right into that arena and obliged w/o pause….except for Newt. ha! Yep….

    • chas Says:

      Now that Perry is in the race I am beginning to have Deja Vu and am remembering in 2008 when everyone was so hot and bothered when they thought he was going to jump into the race, still greatly moved when he did get in, and then…………………………….NOTHING.

      People have such short memories, don’t they?


  2. Gini Says:

    I have zero prob with you repeating yourself Chas! hahaha ha! In fact, I INSIST you do every single time and then over again. Great piece on whatsup….as we await the debate and hope someone shines. Not especially sure that’s going to happen at all…..oh well, and so it goes in ‘as the government turns’ but we are hopeful that ‘soap’ will get a better cast really soon! YES, we do.

    • chas Says:

      Thank you for your continuing support. It’s heart warming to have a friend such as you Gini.

      And I didn’t see the debate but I’m sure there was no real stand out. I just don’t see it in this froup. But I do hope we can have one that can take out Obama.


  3. olinl Says:

    Interesting that “Deficit Reduction” did not become a part of the progressive vocabulary until after the 2010 elections, and they have not presented a legitimate budget since!

    • chas Says:

      The only budget out there is Ryan’s and that is stuck on the table in the Senate. Look like another year might go by without one.


  4. Jeff Says:

    Great post Chas. As usual I agree with all that you said. Perhaps you could blog about the “Super committee” nest. The super committee, which I think it is stupid to name it that, is a joke. It was formed to circumvent the fact that the congress and the White House are impudent and unwilling to do their jobs. What makes it a joke is that it is made up of the same impudent cloth congress is made of. The American public voted for people to represent them in Washington because they could not go themselves. The message was sent in 2010. Yet Washington does what it damn well pleases. Politicians are for politicians and will do anything, ANYTHING, to be reelected, which means they have no interest in the American people.

    • chas Says:

      You are correct because mostly these politicians care more about getting reelected than getting the job done. The majority of the Constitution was written in committee. However it was a committee of Statesmen not politicians.


  5. Lanna Says:

    It’s necessary to know what the goals are before you can determine whether or not they’ve been met:

    ‘Obamanomics: Huge Success or Total Failure?’

  6. Lanna Says:

    Good points, and the left is ready to shout “off with his head” any time now. Michael Moore is jumping on the bandwagon too (while still managing to blame Bush):
    From the article:
    Mr. Moore went on to note that the “owners of S&P are old Bush family friends,” continuing a theme he has developed through several films about capitalism as essentially a crony system for the rich and Wall Street, especially the Bush family.

    He went on to link approvingly to an article last week in the Guardian, a left-wing British newspaper, about a police raid in Milan against the offices of S&P and fellow ratings agency Moody’s. Italian police were searching for evidence on whether the rating agencies, in the words of a local prosecutor, “respect regulations as they carry out their work”.

    “Here’s how they roll in Italy when it comes to these bastards,” Mr. Moore cheered.

    • chas Says:

      But as always Moore is wrong. The S&P are old Geithner’s buddies, not Bush. They were thick as thieves, pardon the pun, while Geithner was the Fed Chief. But then again Moore was never one to let facts get into a narrative of his.


  7. Frank C Says:

    Great read Chas. S&P has missed te mark more times than it got things right it is a wonder that people are following their recommendations/pronouncements.
    People who say they can’t believe what POTUS is doing just did not choose to listen to what he was saying. He is doing exactly what he said he would do and the MSM is repeatig every talking points he babbles.

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