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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.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Whites: Racists All

Sammy Benoit at Yid With Lid has published what I consider to be a key and pivotal post for this week, because it begs a question that all Conservatives should not only be asking but addressing -- which at this point too many of us are ignoring.

First, watch the video:



After having done so, are there questions you may have? Is there a final question?

To me, this much is clear: SEIU Executive Vice President Gerry Hudson is not only arrogant, elitist, dangerous, massively wrong, but a racist himself and insulting to every black member of SEIU -- as he believes, like most Leftist Elitists -- that only he can do the thinking for those so-called "minority" members with "tiny minds" who possess not the capability to think for themselves but instead must be led, with babysitting and hand-holding, for "their own good."

In response I say to blacks and other minorities in SEIU: and this is the philosophy and the party -- the Demorats -- to whom you have foresworn your loyalty?

-- those whose sole purpose is to spoon-feed you pablum, pat you on the head, remove your ability to think and reason, treat you like ignorant infants, kiss your powdered asses, then expect to hold you as infants whilst tying your diapers down and refusing to allow you to expand, develop, seek your own paths and find your way?

Hudson believes you're all brain-dead little cretinous slugs good for one thing: trotting out as innocent victims when politically expedient. Not for your final benefit; oh no: but his and the coffers of the SEIU and the Political Favors bucket held by their executive staff who, after all, know so much more than their rank and file.

"So fucking rabidly racist"?

Sammy then points out, via this video, wherein SEIU International Executive Vice President, Eliseo Medina says:




We reform the immigration laws, it puts 12 million people on the path to citizenship and eventually voters. Can you imagine if we have, even the same ratio, two out of three?

If we have eight million new voters who care about ...... and will be voting. We will be creating a governing coalition for the long term, not just for an election cycle.

Medina slaps down every legal Mexican immigrant to this country, and all those lawful Mexicans who have obeyed laws, raised families, assimilated, paid taxes, taken our oaths, provided loyalty and service to our union. He minimizes and shunts aside those Americans of Mexican descent who have laid down their lives for these United States -- as though their sacrifices meant nothing. An affront, that is. An abysmal affront.

So, my dear readers, what is the final question you should be asking yourselves -- to which I alluded above?

That is this: what is the final jackplay of it all? Of "reform" and "progressivism" and "amnesty" and killing our economy?

I say: it is to acquire more voters in order to keep the Demorats in power permanently and, then, in order to control the entire country. So that there is no future chance, whatsoever, for opposing views or parties to be heard or acquire viability.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is for All The Marbles now.

This is a Takeover, my dearest readers. A revolution cloaked in Hope and Change.

I submit: a Revolution is called for shortly, in reverse.

Wherein you'll either be a sheep or a patriot.

You'll either be ground into the treads, or you'll drive the tank.

BZ

15 Comments:

Blogger Greybeard said...

I wish I could understand the disconnect here, but I cannot.
As John Edwards indicated, there truly ARE two America's, but the division is not as he thought...
Rich and poor.
It IS Socialist and Conservative...
The populous left and right coasts simply don't understand the politics/work ethic/values of the middle of the country.

Like you BZ, I fear we are VERY near a tipping point. And the attempted legalization of illegals could very well be the nudge that starts the dominoes falling.
I wish I could say "Let's hope cooler heads prevail", but the country I'm looking at already has changed so dramatically that many of us believe the status quo is not sustainable.
No matter how this turns out, the future is gonna be "interesting".

Mon Apr 12, 08:48:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Greybeard: the "status quo" is NOT going to be the quo for long; following ObakaKare, amnesty is coming, then CapNTax, then the VAT -- NONE of this is "sustainable."

BZ

Mon Apr 12, 09:29:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Animal said...

Greybeard: I might (delicately) submit that the opposing factor of Conservative is not Socialist. There may well be self-described Liberals who *advocate* socialism; they may even be "in-charge" on capitol hill right now. But, I myself do not personally know any Liberals who advocate Socialism.

And, in general, rather than paint with such broad brush strokes claiming that coastal people "don't understand" politics/work ethic/values, could it instead be that there is a disagreement about politics? I think there is a generally good work ethic across the country, and ultimately we all value hearth and home…but a disagreement about politics is quite different than a lack of understanding.

Mon Apr 12, 11:09:00 AM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

The tank is gassed up, the ammo bins are full and the treads are well greased...

Mon Apr 12, 01:15:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bushwack said...

Pitchforks and torches time....

I can't believe there are so many sheep in this nation that are clueless. The left is KEEPING the black population under foot, to keep their votes. All Conservatives want to do is give them the ability to care for themselves and for that We are demonized.. How ridiculous is that?

The party that freed them, the party that made civil rights LAW, is now the party that is racist? LMAO...This is what you get when handouts become a way of life, you get dependents.

Hopefully the black population will wake up before it's too late.

Mon Apr 12, 03:33:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Greybeard said...

"...but a disagreement about politics is quite different than a lack of understanding."

I'll give you a chance to prove that to me Animal...
What is it about trebling the deficit of an already bankrupt nation in one year that I need to better understand?
I'm ready for an explanation as to why it is an industry I've worked in for 24 years is being taken over by a political party and changed in a way that will only make it worse. So explain on!
What is it about the coasts of the Nation being the bluest of blue (and probably containing and supporting the largest population of illegals) being crushed with debt and needing a bailout that you can explain to this Red Stater?

All politics my friend.
And all a HUGE mess.
So it's a lack of understanding?
Educate me.

Mon Apr 12, 04:23:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Old NFO said...

Agree with most of what Greybeard said... However, it's more, in my mind, the liberals and whatever you want to call their brand of pablum (communism, socialism, nanny state, etc.) vs. the conservatives. Bottom line to me, is the split is between those who work hard for a living, and those who expect to be given a living...

Mon Apr 12, 05:13:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

There is more coming. 22% or more of the Mexican Government's income is from oil. They have mismanaged this resource and their fields are collapsing.

Mon Apr 12, 05:21:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

WSF: I kind of fear opening this door, but do you suspect that at least a portion of the "favoring" of Mexico by Mr Bush was the result of potential "favored nation status" of the US by Mexico in terms of oil?

I have always wondered this.

BZ

Mon Apr 12, 05:56:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

I give high marks to both Bushes for defense and foreign policy in general. Otherwise, I think the whole family is a bunch of sleazy slickers. Hello, Savings and Loan scandal. The politics of oil are beyond my grasp. What I do understand is this. We. as a country, do not need one barrel of imported crude oil. We have more than enough. We lack refining capacity brought on by years of, "Not in My Backyard" thinking.

Mon Apr 12, 06:54:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

WSF: I believe we have a large amount of oil reserves on our own property, so to speak; I will say that these resources demand greater technological extensions in order to acquire said reserves. Oil is not nearly so easy to access as it was in, say, the early 1900s. HOWEVER, I ALSO believe that there are MANY fields off our own legal coastline limits which we deign to NOT tap, by our own ignorance.

Many of the fields are THERE. We just have to make the commitment to GET them.

BZ

Mon Apr 12, 07:16:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Well Seasoned Fool said...

You are correct. Higher costs, better (read, more expensive) technology and the rest. Coal will be our best bet. The Germans learned how to convert coal into petroleum substitutes. The South Africans have taken it much farther. I'll bet the Union Pacific Railroad alone owns enough coal to supply the country for decades. The UP also built a coal fired turbine locomotive (UP 80)in 1961. The technology of the day wasn't up to the task.

Silly me, I though the reason the Department of Energy was created was to push these kinds of developments, NASA style.

Mon Apr 12, 07:51:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Animal said...

Greybeard: My apologies. I didn't mean to confirm or play up a lack of understanding; what I wanted to suggest was actually a *lack* of misunderstanding…rather, there may be a disagreement. When you said "the populous left and right coasts simply don't understand the politics (et. al.) of the middle of the country," I merely wondered if they in fact DID understand them…and instead disagreed with them. That's not a point of advocacy either way, just a curiosity about the starting point of addressing the problem.

Tue Apr 13, 06:27:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Greybeard said...

Animal-
Having perused your blog and read some of your comments here I suspect we agree more than we disagree.
Let me relate a story to illustrate what I mean:
I was in a western State in a WalMart Supercenter. Late night, I needed cookies for my son's birthday party the next day and could not find any in the picked-over bakery. I asked a worker there if she could lead me to the cookies. She tried to ignore me. I moved closer to her and asked, "Can you tell me where to find the cookies?" in a louder voice to let her know I was not about to allow her to ignore me. She turned to a fellow worker, said something in Spanish and pointed in my direction. The other worker came over and asked with a Spanish accent, "How can I help you?"

My point is that in some cases literally AND figuratively, the edges of the country don't understand how the midsection feels about the way this game is being played. Middle States didn't vote for this tomfoolery, the edges of the country, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota did. Yes, I know there has been extravagant spending on both sides of the aisle. But do you think McCain would have exploded the debt the way Bozama has?
(And BZ, your "Obaka" rhymes with "Caca"...
Easy to remember.)

Tue Apr 13, 07:43:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Greybeard: Obaka caca. Hey, alliteration!

BZ

Wed Apr 14, 03:13:00 PM PDT  

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