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Bloviating Zeppelin: Super Tuesday; Just Remember:

Bloviating Zeppelin

(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Super Tuesday; Just Remember:

You want CHANGE?? Fine. I'll empty my pockets.

Oh wait, that's right, the Demorats will empty my pockets FOR me. Doubt it? Check this out.



Blogger Mark said...

WHAT!! expect the people to pay for their free healthcare!! why? to support big pharma? surely not!

Mon Feb 04, 07:32:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ranando said...

You know how I feel about Hillary, she can not win the White House.

With that said, I always hear from people how bad the Democrats are for the economy and for people's pocket books.

So, in all fairness and only speaking about my situation. I did alot better under Bill Clinton then I have Bush, infact much of my monthly income has been taken away under the GWB Administration.

Here are Reads:

Stocks Have Actually Done Better Under Democrats

Stock markets historically do better under Dems than Reps.

Has the stock market been better, on average, when a Republican or Democrat has been in office?

If you have bonds, stocks, mutual funds, IRA's or 401K's you will know what I mean.

Mon Feb 04, 07:49:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

We tend to base things upon what we've experienced in the past. I submit that Alvin Toffler doesn't have a CRUMB on the "Future Shock" we all geometrically experience in the average month.

"What applies then, does not apply now."


Mon Feb 04, 08:35:00 PM PST  
Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

02 04 08

She is a fool. I don't know what kinda crack she has been smoking but it is awfully potent. To touch upon your Rush article below, I have always found him to be too much of a bloviator with some comedic appeal. HOWEVER the past few years, he has been a Bush apologist as you have mentioned and thus lost credibility with me.

McCain is more of a comfort vote for me because I see him as someone who wishes to bridge gaps. But he has flipped flopped on a few issues as well. This is the first election in a long time for which there are no clear candidates that I truly feel I TRUST to run the country.

The Dems are utterly insane and will transform us into a socialist regime if we don't watch out.

What is needed is for someone who TRULY believes and VOTES on FISCAL conservatism to get in the GOP. After all, Bush has consistently created new bureacracies and expanded the scope and power of government, and we all know the dems would surely do the same.

So what are we left with BZ? I dunno. But I think McCain is far better than anyone on the Dem ticket.

Always a pleasure visiting here:)

Mon Feb 04, 10:18:00 PM PST  
Blogger Gayle said...

I agree completely with Mahndisa, except for the fact that I don't believe Hillary is a fool. She wouldn't have made it this far if she were. She is dangerous, as is Obama, because of the fact that they are liberals and are not stupid! They both know how to get people to believe in them as evidenced by the polls. Hillary has a lot of baggage but some people are still crazy about her. Obama has no accomplishments and people like him because, well... because he's likable! Sheesh!

Tue Feb 05, 07:10:00 AM PST  
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Tue Feb 05, 07:57:00 AM PST  
Blogger Rivka said...

Great post! Love the change joke! VOTE MITT!

Tue Feb 05, 08:03:00 AM PST  
Blogger Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

02 05 08

I recently heard Ann Coulter will not support McCain if he becomes the one and even said she might campaign for Billary. Huh?

Tue Feb 05, 03:13:00 PM PST  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Mahndisa: you heard correctly.


Tue Feb 05, 03:49:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ranando said...

It's nothing more then Ann Coulter staying in the spotlight, she's the master at it and will say anything to stay in it.

Nothing more.

Same with Rush, it's all about ratings.

Tue Feb 05, 03:52:00 PM PST  
Blogger TexasFred said...

Ranando said...
It's nothing more then Ann Coulter staying in the spotlight, she's the master at it and will say anything to stay in it.

Nothing more.

Same with Rush, it's all about ratings.

Tue Feb 05, 04:09:00 PM PST  
Blogger Ranando said...

Ann Coulter would chase down a 1947Studebaker pick-up truck in New Jersey driven by Rush Limbaugh and implant herself on the trailer-hitch and ride it all the way to Mexico drinking a Martini and screaming Hillary, Hillary if she thought it would get her in the spotlight.

Tue Feb 05, 04:48:00 PM PST  
Blogger shoprat said...

That second cartoon took me a minute but it is good.

Tue Feb 05, 05:46:00 PM PST  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

There is only one part of the government that McCain has been willing to downsize: DoD. His work in the 1990's on a 'peace dividend' and then putting forth that 1/3 of the Nations' warfighters actually didn't need to be prepared to fight... Let me just say that coming in a few years after and wanting *more* troops doesn't cut it with me. If he bothered to actually study the use of military forces and then used his job in the Senate to keep them supplied and the President accountable, we would not have had two US Army Divisions at their lowest readiness state since Vietnam in 1999. And when we dearly needed one of those, the 10MD, they were still not fully up to snuff for immediate deployment.

It took the President and Congress to tango on 'peace keeping' in the 1990's and John McCain was all *for* 'peace keeping' but not so hot on logistics, supplies, readiness and actually voting to keep the President accountable. For all the comparisons between Scoop Jackson and McCain, the difference was: Jackson was willing to do *anything* to keep US forces ready to protect the Nation and even saw that terrorism was going to be a major threat to the US. John McCain? Those cuts just looked so good to burnish his reputation as a 'maverick'.

I have deep, severe and unbridgeable problems with John McCain. Because I do not buy the MSM pandering of him to the public and actually *look* at his record. I will not be voting for any Congresscritter that has been Upon the Hill since 1986, for President. There is a reason it is now Incumbistan, and a big government Emirate: that is how they have governed.

Not that a majority voted for them... the majority no longer votes. Thank you to the two parties and folks Upon the Hill to so undermine democracy for pure, party, partisan power. Party over Nation?

Wasn't that the Soviet idea?

Just asking....

Wed Feb 06, 04:40:00 AM PST  

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