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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, March 23, 2010


What's next for Obaka?


The next big push will be amnesty for all illegals invaders in this country.

Mr Obaka has to shore up his vote base because he knows he'd come way too close to losing ObakaKare. He wants to buttress all his future bills and acts. With votes. Acquired any way possible.

He will frame this push in terms of race, in terms of Amerika as a repressor, in terms of Amerika as not a liberator for good but solely a suppressor of dark people. It will be all about the division of this great nation.

How can I tell?

On the very same day that the US Congress decided to burn the Constitution, this occurred:

From ABC-TV:

Frustrated with the lack of action to overhaul the country's immigration system, thousands of demonstrators rallied on the National Mall and marched through the streets of the capital Sunday, waving American flags and holding homemade signs in English and Spanish.

Supporters traveled from around the country in hopes the rally would re-energize Congress to take up the volatile issue. Some lawmakers oppose any attempt to help an estimated 12 million illegal immigrants become U.S. citizens while others insist on stronger border controls first.

President Barack Obama, who promised to make overhauling the immigration system a top priority in his first year, sought to reassure those at the rally with a video message presented on giant screens at the National Mall. The president said he was committed to working with Congress this year on a comprehensive bill to fix a "broken immigration system."

After that? CapNTax. After that? Defense cuts.

Mark my words, dearest readers.



Blogger jinksto said...

Be certain that Barry aint done taking down the financial industry yet. There's still too much money for him to leech out into his state utopia. They'll be back in the crosshairs soon.

In fact, if he isn't talking about fat cat bankers again and driving the economy into another death spiral before the month is out I'll buy you a beer. Hell, I'll buy you a case of beer.

Mon Mar 22, 03:31:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

This fall we vote out the incumbents making him a lame duck come January.

Mon Mar 22, 03:51:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Tim said...

Actually, I've read that the Federal government stands to MAKE 8 or 9 billion when they unwind their shares in Citigroup on April 19th. Good investment if you ask me. Could go a long way in shrinking the deficet if that happens with AIG and the other bailout banks, but that a bit off the subject.
Still, while you all are getting upset I am keeping my eye on the ball. I'm making some good coin in my retirement investments by focusing on where the the economy is heading and forgeting the silly distractions being discussed here.
There will be immigration reform. Count on it. Cap and trade is still up in the air. Defense cuts are sorely needed. It's ridiculous that we spend nearly seven times more on the military than China, the next biggest player. It's bleeding us white and for what?

Mon Mar 22, 04:11:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Old NFO said...

ARRHHHGGGG! Where does this crap end... sigh... Remember in November and vote em out!

Mon Mar 22, 04:42:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Jinksto: of course -- "but wait, there's more."

WSF: we vote out incumbents we believe are RINOs and we vote out ANYone who voted for ObakaKare. Then we focus like a laser-beam on those who are true Conservatives and we fund THEM specifically.

Tim: good for you. If everything here is naught but a silly distraction simply wave "buh-bye" to me. I'll live. Trust me.

And gosh, I wonder why we spend more money on defense than China? Could it possibly be because the average Chinese government employee, military conscript and government worker makes mere cents on our dollar, despite the exchange rate? Because they have no unions? Because they kowtow when told? Because they have a captive work force?

Naw. That's too much like logic interfering. Of course, if you wish, WE could start paying our OWN military personnel paupers' wages. The average Chinese worker in 2007 made 25,000 yen (about $3,600) per year. A textile worker is a little less at around 20,000 yen ($2,800).

The Chinese Type 99 MBT is "state of the art." For China. It's still a piece of shit.

When the government controls all, and you have a captive work force, I "suspect" your costs may be a bit less than the US.

Your arguments are, again, disingenuous and specious.


Mon Mar 22, 05:32:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Tim said...

My arguments are certainly not lacking in candor or trying to sound good while lacking sincerity as you suggest. They are my opinions and they are honestly expressed. Whether you believe me or not, that's your prerogative.
You raise some good points on the Chinese military budget, but still, we spend twice as much as the rest of the world combined. I regard this as unnecessary and excessive. I've said it here before: why do we need 11 aircraft carriers, B2 bombers, F22 fighters, and other hanger queens? By tacking harder to the right after such a big defeat you merely weaken your position in the long run. I'm predicting that the Republicans will not rout the Democrats in November. Then what will you do? Drift ever farther right?

Mon Mar 22, 06:20:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bushwack said...

Make no doubt the Illegal Invader amnesty program will be next, Obama just torpedoed a lot of Demorats careers and he needs more voters. The surest way for liberpukes to gain voters is to promise to GIVE more benefits to those "poor less fortunate" people. The problem with the argument Tim and the like make is, they believe the government should be involved and "re distribute" the wealth. They don't believe in the American dream, the heart of the country. Unfortunately NOW it's true. My charity giving, both time and money is dropping substantially. Let the Government do it....And when Greece explodes on our streets, when the bennies dry up and the dollar is worth what the kenyan currency is, then maybe some real CHANGE can happen.

Yeah Tim, invest wisely, I am doing the same, I'm investing heavily in weapon manufacturers, fire arms and precious metals....My stocks have gone UP, thanks to your hero.

Mon Mar 22, 06:39:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Chris said...

Why isn't INS or immigration there sitting with paddy wagons? The illegals are there protesting. Lock em all up and send em back. We don't need anymore morons to vote Democratic.

Mon Mar 22, 07:03:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...


I'll answer this once and ONLY once:


And FREEDOM depends upon our PRESENCE.

Go ahead. Take US out of the World Equation.

It would certainly SAVE us CASH!


Mon Mar 22, 07:46:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Z said...

SURE, they're emboldened by Obama's give aways! it's THEIR TURN now!
Sort of like the international scene when you think of it.. Iran and Russia and N Korea and skinny little SOmali pirates are emboldened by Obama's apology tours and appeasement!


Man, BZ...I can't tell you how many of my friends are telling me their adult kids are OFF who were 100% in gagaland admiring this guy from the get-go are SO DONE. It's kind of exciting...

Mon Mar 22, 10:53:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Z said...

you're on MODERATION now? BUMMER..
I had to do that with trolls from Evan Sayet's blog once..I blasted the lefties then forgot to hit ANONYMOUS, realized my mistake, counted to 3 and 3 trolls were at my place as nasty as I've ever had ANYBODY...ugh. it blew over and I was able to take moderation off.

Don't publish this, obviously..hope you're doing good, mark. xxx Z

Mon Mar 22, 10:54:00 PM PDT  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

I am more than willing to leave S. Korea, Europe, Japan and a few other places like Kosovo up to the locals. They want to feel the taskmaster of China and Russia: let them wallow in it. Luckily both of those Nations are in dire straights economically, politically and socially.

We have about lost as much on all of TARP as we stand to gain back from those who can pay back. A few, like BB&T turned the money back so fast it earned basically nothing and cost us transfer and oversight. Some was put into smaller institutions that went belly-up, so no repayment. Mind you not one, single Toxic Asset was ever purchased as was the stated plan by the Federal Reserve: the very next day after getting the cash they changed the plan which really should be a red flag that the Federal Reserve was not doing the bidding of Congress but the other way around. Say, where are the 'we must save money' folks on that? Do they really want their lives run by bureaucrats who feel free to lie to the American people and our representatives?

Illegals are going home and some are actually sending remittances BACK to family they left in the US... good work on killing the economy by not getting tax cuts in place and cutting down the size of government and, instead, increasing the size of government by 30% and outspending Bush in the deficit area by 10:1. One path leads to economic encouragement, empowerment of small businesses and to a better economy... the other ensures a huge bureaucracy, higher taxes, small businesses cutting back on new hires and hours and letting some people go. Too bad we chose the path to poverty, not prosperity. But at least its convincing some illegals to go and others to send money into the country. Just like a Third World nation to need such things.

Amnesty might get the D party a permanent majority... but those that are left came here to work and are none too happy with being out of work due to policies that are beginning to make the US look like Mexico. Save we are less solvent... that isn't a recipe set out to work the way those supporting it think it will go.

Only now does the President even bother to think about nuclear plants. If the entire stimulus was spent on just nuclear plants within 3-5 years all of our electricity would come from nukes. We would still be dependent on imported oil for much of our industry, but the cutting back would have begun. Too bad he doesn't see that as 'green jobs'. Tough when ideology over-runs good economic sense. And common sense.

But the ideologues have had little of the latter for decades.

Tue Mar 23, 05:25:00 AM PDT  
Blogger shoprat said...

He is certainly pushing us to the brink of a civil war and I wonder what his plans are if it happens. You can be sure that his masters, George Soros and others, have a contingency planned for that.

Tue Mar 23, 12:26:00 PM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

Tim, you can engage in your usual reference to the size of my dick if you like, makes no difference to me, but here's the scoop, YOU are an IDIOT...

Plain and simple, you buy into everything Obama says and the Dems want done... You're a good libbernut soldier and that's all you are...

Well, if you overlook the latent homosexuality you exhibit on occasion...

Tue Mar 23, 01:39:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Tim: harder right? Am I advocating for a larger military? Do your research, sir. In the late 70s/early 80s we had an actual 500 ship blue water navy. Now, we have 284 ships. Plus, the newer ships require fewer sailors. Active duty end strength for all armed forces combined has been dwindling steadily since 1950. Clinton RIF'd thousands of military personnel in the 90s. Two AF bases just in MY area were decommissioned: Mather and McClellan. Armed forces percentage of the GDP has also been dwindling since 1950. Check the link. Check the blue graphs on the right. And finally, why do we need such a large military? Because our presidents keep utilizing them for social services instead of their original purpose.

But have no fear, Tim. Obaka will devastate our military forces further, you can count on it.


Tue Mar 23, 04:30:00 PM PDT  
Blogger shoprat said...

Let's hope we can stall him until after the elections. If he gets this no election will ever mean anything again.

Tue Mar 23, 05:01:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Greybeard said...

And that statement puts a smile on Tim's face.
We are losing this war faster than I could have imagined.

Tue Mar 23, 05:34:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Tom's Place said...

BZ - I'm going to have to disagree with you. First, healthcare will be extended to illegals as a basic human right, and once that "right" has been extended, then amnesty will quickly follow.

Tue Mar 23, 05:50:00 PM PDT  

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