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Bloviating Zeppelin: What Will You Do?

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.

Wednesday, July 02, 2008

What Will You Do?

What will you do under a Barack Hussein Obama presidency?

How will you make more money to pay the additional taxes? How much overtime can you work, or planning to work to make up for family loss?

How will you react to the increased spending for programs to which you have no interest or benefit?

How will you react to the elimination of many of your speech and writing freedoms? Will you continue your blogs? Will you lawfully be able to? Will Blogger or your host ISPs feel compelled to pull your sites?

How will you pay for the increased prices of gasoline and food?

How will you prepare your family for:

  • Gas shortages
  • Heating oil shortages
  • Brownouts
  • Blackouts
  • Water restrictions
How will you protect your family from the coming domestic attacks by terrorists already in situ?

You'd best be thinking about these and other problems.

Because McCain cannot win, not at the rate he's going with his listless, limp-wristed "campaign" -- and those items (and more) are assured under a Barack Hussein Obama presidency.



Anonymous WMD_Maker said...

I will continue to buy precious metals, lead, brass, gold , silver, more lead and brass.

Wed Jul 02, 11:56:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Ranando said...

I’m not going to do anything, just keep living my life and enjoying it.

If I can make it through 8 years with GWB, I can make it through any one who becomes the next President.

Everything the Left is saying about McCain they said about Reagan and we all know what kind of a President Reagan was.

The same goes for Obama…

Everything the Right says about Obama they said about JFK and we all know that JFK was an OK President right up until he got shot.

Let the cards fall where they may and let the party began.

As long as they don’t Fuck with the surf I’ll be OK.

Wed Jul 02, 01:30:00 PM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

I have been trying to tell folks all along, McCain can't get it done, how in the hell he got this far is beyond me...

If ya feel he's gonna lose anyway, please explain to me how doing a write-in vote for a really decent Conservative candidate is wrong?

Wed Jul 02, 01:41:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

WMD: lead and brass ARE, by the way, VERY precious metals.

Ranando: but I suspect you're in a finer fiscal situation than others.

TF: Easy. I'd still vote for McCain over Obama knowing what I do. McCain had just best kick into another gear if he truly wants to win.


Wed Jul 02, 02:00:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bushwack said...

I am not sure we have the option of a write in here in Cali.
I know that I won't vote for Nader, or Barr.

If I have to I vote McCain, holding my nose and saying ten hail Mary's for the sin of voting for a poser.

Wed Jul 02, 02:07:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Ranando said...

No matter who wins, everything is going to be OK, believe me.

Good will win and evil will lose.

Surf's Up and I'm going to enjoy it.

Wed Jul 02, 02:53:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Violence Worker said...

There was a major change today in the McCain campaign that looks promising. The day-to-day operations was just given to Steve Schmidt. According to Patrick Ruffini at Next Right,

I'm not completely impartial here, but this is the guy who took Arnold from less than a sure thing to a 20-point winner in 2006, who ran the confirmation processes for Justices Roberts and Alito, and and who was the Bush operative most responsible for defining John Kerry. So this is a big deal.

Ruffini ran W's Web presence during his 04 campaign)

So maybe things are looking up.


Wed Jul 02, 03:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

How is the US going to deal with a criminal insurgency spreading across the US border? First with automatic weapons and then with the IEDs... funded by Russians, Hezbollah, al Qaeda, Hamas, and whatever is left of FARC.

How will the US deal with the lack of new oil refineries, so that we can actually just process enough oil to make gasoline... which is the main supply problem we have. That and, what is it, 19 different grades of gasoline at the Federal level and some States, like CA, having as many as 35? Even 6 or 7 would be tough to deal with, really...

How will the US pay for its rotting infrastructure *and* social security *and* medical 'insurance' supported by the federal government via subsidies?

How will the US deal with the fact that NAFTA is not being upheld by Mexico?

Just how will *either* of those left running actually deal with problems that they do not want to *solve*?

You think we have problems *now*?

When one candidate thinks that Americans won't pick lettuce for $50/hour and another thinks we should all be riding bicycles to work?

I got some problems with these guys, and this list gets longer and longer as the two parties get less and less tied to the people and seek, instead, to tie us up to their whims.

And if you think taxes won't rise with one of them, you have another thing coming as that one will 'close loopholes'... effectively raising marginal tax rates. One wants to see us poorer and put us farther in debt and the other wants the same, while calling it hope and change and then doubling down faster than the other side can on spending, which, lo these many years when a R was in the WhiteHouse and had a Congress at his back for 6 years they did *nothing* to make government smaller, so that it would not be a greater burden to the people.

You want a spreading drug lord insurgency turning into a shooting war? I give it about 2 years if we do *nothing* like we are doing now.

Time for a little parade raining, when that starts to go on and there is blood running in the streets, then neither of these guys will be effective as one thinks he knows COIN and yet can't see it plastered over the border of his State to the south and the other doesn't even want to address harsh language.

The hit squads are already coming over with automatic weapons. Two of these caught in Phoenix last week. Only, what? Six or so armed that way for 'targeted' killing... which is a drastic rise from ZERO last year.

Defense of the Nation starts at the borders, not Iraq. The Iraqis may get along just fine with out us... we may have no choice in that matter in a very short time. We have the Red Mafia showing up to disrupt Mexico's oil economy and kill folks as a distraction to get a 'piece of the action' and islamic terrorists willing to just kill us.

I've got some problems, here, and I hope my fellow Americans are getting well armed. That may be the only way we *survive* to the next election, and then elect a War President because we are *in one* right now.

Wed Jul 02, 03:59:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

But no one's listening, AJ, no one's listening. . .


Wed Jul 02, 05:31:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bushwack said...

Aj makes sense the underlying issue is Obama or McCain either one is going to fix anything all we can hope is the winner doesn't destroy it all.

Ranando has a rosy outlook these days, I hope the sun isn't getting to him too much. LOL

Wed Jul 02, 11:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Rivka said...

O.K. so Barack wins, then let's make sure we vote anyway for the Congressmen and women we want in there so the libs don't totally mess things up..

Thu Jul 03, 06:05:00 AM PDT  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

Mr. Z - I do notice that the Elite representing the two parties are not listening.

Why should I support someone who can't even bother listening to the people of the Nation?

There is a reason we are heading towards a sub-50% turnout for the Presidential election: the majority of the people no longer find the two parties representing them. We can try to make more parties and splinter the existing ones, or accept the slide to Statist government until that becomes unacceptable to the overwhelming majority. Our decisions are not limited to yes/no, black/white... why do we only have two parties? Representative democracy can be saved by expanding viewpoints to get more of the people involved, or accept the Revolutionary knowledge of our founders and keep that fast for the day it is needed and prepare for that eventuality. This formulation of democracy no longer works - try another or accept the drift to statism and the move away from democracy.

I will vote against the worst of the statists... but the less worse still goes in the wrong direction.

Thu Jul 03, 09:03:00 AM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

Ranando, you sure have changed in your thoughts about what you'll do if Obama gets to be president...
comment number 7 by: Ranando
October 23rd, 2007 at 2:14 pm e

I just showed this to my wife, she couldn’t believe it.

I’ve said this once and I’ll say it again, “I will leave the USA if this man gets elected”. That might make a few people happy but I mean it. I went through 8 years of Bush, I have no plans of going through one day of this Allah Islam Muslim Black Cocksucker.

Just sayin'

Fri Jul 04, 07:27:00 PM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

Obama: No Hand on Heart for National Anthem

Fri Jul 04, 07:29:00 PM PDT  

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