Same As It Ever Was….

Four days ago I wrote Stop Preaching To The Choir about what ALL anti-obamanation voters will need to do to defeat The One in 4 years.  I know quite a few of you have read and commented on it and maybe, I am once again, ahead of my time or a legend in my own mind….I don’t know which, BUT damn, if it is not still ringing true.

Tomorrow will mark two weeks since our country was bamboozeled into voting for the empty chair and now I am reading that Senator Clinton will accept the SOS job from, of all newspapers?….the Guardian UK. This post is not all about HRC, but I thought I would throw the tidbit out there.

Hillary Clinton plans to accept the job of secretary of state offered by Barack Obama, who is reaching out to former rivals to build a broad coalition administration, the Guardian has learned.

Obama’s advisers have begun looking into Bill Clinton’s foundation, which distributes millions of dollars to Africa to help with development, to ensure that there is no conflict of interest. But Democrats do not believe that the vetting is likely to be a problem.

Clinton would be well placed to become the country’s dominant voice in foreign affairs, replacing Condoleezza Rice. Since being elected senator for New York, she has specialised in foreign affairs and defence. Although she supported the war in Iraq, she and Obama basically agree on a withdrawal of American troops.

Clinton, who still harbours hopes of a future presidential run, had to weigh up whether she would be better placed by staying in the Senate, which offers a platform for life, or making the more uncertain career move to the secretary of state job.

So there you have it.  The final nail in HRC’s coffin with her base, and one can hope that it will be the end of her political career as The One will throw her to the lions when it suits him.  Does that anger some people?  It should not; what should anger you is that she betrayed her promise to you, me, and the rest of the 18 million, campaigned for the empty suit and now is going to be doing his bidding, giving up a more powerful position and joining the Progressive Socialist Party.  Oops, did I say joining?  That is incorrect, since I know from my research for the Socialism articles that she was trained by Alinsky too and is an integral part of bringing globalism to our shores.  Are any of the scales falling from your eyes yet?

Please take a moment to think about this; she did not have to campaign her soul out for him, did she?  She does not have to take the position of SOS, does she?  Did The One pay off her campaign debt YET?  Please ask yourselves, what is her payoff?  What does she gain from crawling up from the foot of the bed?

Now, back to the post at hand.  Same as it ever was…..I just took a jaunt around to the PUMA sites and the conservative blogs and by and large they are STILL TALKING ABOUT THE SAME OLD SHIT!    Misogyny, sexism, Hillary don’t do it, and why Obama beat the Republicans.    Excuse me…but how long is it going to take people to WAKE UP?  Are all you folks going to be talking about these same issues in 4 years when this bastard gets re-elected?   Have you taken the time to join all the grassroots efforts, (PUMA and Conservative, no matter what your party affiliation), listed in the blogroll in LARGE CAPS?   That is what it is going to take to nail his ass the second time around, and keep the global socialists from being in power for more than 8 freakin’ years.

I am thinking that if everybody is going to be sitting around blogging and bitching about the same old stuff, then you might as well pack it up right now….you are not doing anything but exactly what The One wants you to.  He wants you bitching about the little issues and not forming the grassroots army to match his own that is already light years ahead of his opposition and is growing moment by moment.  You are not paying attention to what will make the difference, you are just having one big pity party.  Meanwhile, this snake oil salesman:

and this group of power and money hungry frauds:

are going to be controlling this country and turning it into another EU State along with the help of the Clintons.

Hele Mai!

38 thoughts on “Same As It Ever Was….”

  1. Ghost – one of the sayings that I live by – “eat the sheep and wear their clothes”.

    Being smart is way okay here!

  2. To Diamond,

    The reason ‘voting’ is bullshit because you’re left with choosing the lesser of 2 evils.

    You have the radical Left candidate or the radical Right candidate.

    Everybody complains, holds their nose and stabs in the dark when it comes to making a choice.

    As long as the middle wants to stay ‘Independent’ without an ability to put a centrist candidate on the ballot, it doesn’t matter at what level, voting sucks.

    What’s remarkable in this election is that Moderate Democrats, a whole bunch of them, left the Democratic party and voted Republican.

    They finally realized that the radical Left has hijacked the Democratic Party.

    Hence, we have a golden opportunity.

    Instead of trying to get back to the conservative roots in order to rejuvenate the Republican Party, which will alianate most of these voters right back to the Democratic Party, we have an opportunity to reshape the Republican Party as a party of Centrists.

    THAT’s what every Republican is missing in analyzing the situation.

    If these people that left the Democratic Party wants to make a difference, then, it is only possible in the Republican Party, BEFORE it reverts to what it was a decade ago. Because, if it does, then, we’re back to one or two cycles to Democrats, followed by one or two cycles to Republicans.

    The Democrats that have left the Democratic Party, PUMAs, Dems for McCain, etc…, have no voice. Being an Independent is like not existing at all. Especially since they have no say in the nomination of candidates.

    IF they want to have a POLITICAL VOICE, then, they need to organize and join a party where they can have a voice.

  3. Ghost;

    That’s what I’m talking about; fixing it. We can do this in a variety of ways. I like the idea of eliminating pork. I think we need to create an apparatus in every Congressional district that has direct oversight over their elected officials. Letting these asshats police themselves is a joke. I don’t want these morons taking a dump without my knowing what color it is, and how much it weighs. Who are they meeting with, who are they taking money from? I want big time transparency. I also think there should be term limits. Two terms for the Senate, 3 terms for the House. If people are in love with their officials they can hold a referendum, which the office holder can neither initiate or lobby for, it must be citizen based, and by petition. If people have the facts, and they are happy with their representation, then they should carry on, but if you put the limits out there it will make them think twice.

    Making these dingdongs accountable by something more than our votes is going to be a major step. We also need major reform of campaign finance laws. It is ridiculous that groups like ACORN are getting our tax dollars to break the law.

    I am sick and tired of the candidates being demonstrably corrupt, from corrupt parties who don’t care if we live or die. Enough already. I’m tired of voting for my dog for President every four years, though she’s been a great President.

    You make an excellent point about Soros and Pampers. It was pretty obvious to a lot of us that Pampers was going to be just like Bush; driving up deficits while funneling money to all his pals. That’s why he wants to expand the faith based initiatives program; more money to Trinity Church, the Nation of Islam, etc Pampers has always been about kickbacks and what’s in it for him. At a time when we need to change the way we do things, and who is running the country, we’re going to get more of the same.

    We are so screwed.

    And it is true we have a lot more in common. The media has blamed everything on Bush. The Democrats have been doing plenty of the screwing too! just look at Fannie and Freddie.

    The problems are vast. And I think that if we don’t start bringing together disgruntled “liberals” and “conservatives” and independents, and start exercising our powers, we will keep getting screwed.

  4. To Shtuey,

    Unfortunately, I see several problems with your suggestions.

    Don’t you understand, the elected person’s #1 duty is to retain their seat or a seat at the next rung in the political ladder.

    They, literally, do not fear anything except losing their seat. This is the single factor that drives most of them.

    This is the reason why they appropriate pork, take special interest money, and do things that are contrary to the benefit of their constituents.

    Until they are threatened with the loss of their political seat, they won’t budge. No matter how inane their position is.

    Putting term limits on politicians is foolhardy at best. Any politician who has no way to retain their seat is a dangerous animal.

    This is where ACORN is very effective. Just think about it. They are able to mobilize a massive number of minority voters that have voting discipline. THAT is the reason why the politicians will find federal dollars for them in every way possible. They strike FEAR in their hearts. Cross them and it’s goodbye to their political careers.

    This is exactly the reason why I advocate that the Centrists need to organize and join the Republican Party. The main reason is because it has no ACORN, therefore, an organized group with voting discipline can nominate a candidate and get them elected.

    Of course these candidates would have to agree to a number of core principles, however, let it be known that we got the person elected, we can also get the person out if betrayed upon. Including voting for the Democratic candidate in order to get the person out.

    After the first one who betrays the group loses the seat, the message will be sent though out the landscape be true to their promise to the group or else.

    When that happens, then, the reforms that we want will be just a matter of time.

    And the perfect time to do this is right now on the heels of the election defeat.

  5. Tired; that’s just a shell game, and in the end puts us right back where we started. What’s the point of joining yet another demonstrably corrupt party?

    Obviously elected officials’ only job is to get reelected. That’s why they don’t serve us. That’s why you need term limits. You proved my point. Are you telling me that a lame duck Congressman is going to be more dangerous than say an asshat like Barney Frank? You cannot possibly believe that.

    This is a snake eating its tail. That’s the point. I still say that a non-partisan consensus among the political spectrum of people who are fed up with this never ending stream of bullshit need to get together and figure out how to make it stop.

    Take away the money, and take away the power. Problem solved.

  6. Now here’s something interesting.

    Currently, 30% of the electorate is unaffiliated. What would happen if that number went up to 50%. The answer is not joining one party or the other. The answer is leaving both parties and making them come to us. Whichever gives us the best deal wins.

  7. Shtuey…..WOW….just WOW.
    Everything you said was absolutely right and brilliant.This is such a great start…and it’s all common sense.
    The badgers are not a bad idea either…..

  8. well, well, well….I must say that I don’t know alot about alot of things, but I do know people.

    Let the discussion continue and I will add if I think of anything. I already know what I would love to do but I can’t write it here or the men in black would be at my door.

  9. To Shtuey,

    If you read what I wrote, I did NOT say that people should join as individuals.

    In fact, the Centrist, i.e. PUMA and others, need to form a Centrist organization, and THEN join the Republican party.

    Because of ACORN, trying to make a difference in the Democratic party is a losing proposition.

    However, the Republican party is ripe.

    Being and Independent sounds cool, however, that also means that there’s no organization for nominating a proper candidate. SO, what the end result?

    Having to choose between a radical Democrat candidate versus a radical Republican candidate?

    How is that different than what we’ve had for the last decade?

    And you’ve seen how elected official behave when they want to keep their seat, from BOTH parties.

    So, organizing ourselves FIRST, is a must. The next logical step is the Republican party because of no ACORN. Then, work to nominate candidates that will carry our water instead of the ones from special interest.

    Essentially, organizing ourselves into a centrist group, we can become the mother of all special interest. The only tricky part is to put together a set of principle, just like the Constitution, that will guide us from becoming corrupted by the absolute power we can achieve.

    As for term limits, no such need. If an elected official that got there with out backing does something stupid, then, we vote the person out, even at the expense of voting for the opponent in the election ballot.

    I do agree with you, as I’m sure that there are many others, about certain principles that should be defined as core principles. What I’m saying is that we need to organize to have a political voice that candidates will listen to.

    With a political voice, we can use it to make a difference. Without it, all we’re doing is wasting bandwidth.

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