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Thread: My GOP Proposal for the Next Four Years: Comply with Democrats 100 Percent

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    My GOP Proposal for the Next Four Years: Comply with Democrats 100 Percent

    The stock-marketís plummet the day after President Obama was re-elected is the perfect symbol for what is to become of America over the next four years.
    Obama not only beat Mitt Romney in Electoral College votes, but he did so handily (303 to 206). It appears that, at least for the time being, Americans are not ready to adopt conservative principles. Thatís just the way it is.


    Conservatives can use this to their advantage, however, and if they hope to have any influence in the future, they must. Otherwise this entitlement society, this kleptocracy, this highest national debt in the history of human civilizationĖin short, far-left progressivismĖis here to stay. Conservatismís only hope right now is for the Republicans in Congress to move out of the way and let Obama and his fellows do what they want.

    Read more: http://godfatherpolitics.com/7961/my...#ixzz2BeHrYvax

    (not a bad idea when you digest it completely)




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    I fantasized last night about the GOP giving the Dems EVERYTHING they want but only after we tell the top 1% to stop hiring people, stop spending money... take what you have and put it in the bank. No taxes. Don't let them touch a cent of what you have. Give the government the bare minimum - since that's what Liberals do - and see how long it takes them to start kissing the asses of the wealthy population they currently hate and begging for change like a junkie at a gas station.

    Rofl. That would be my idea of utopia - watching Obama kneel at the feet of Sam Walton and BEG for him to hire someone in the shitty economy we're about to have.
    Just because you read it that way doesn't mean that's what it says.


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    Oh ... so now we can talk about the Stock Market.
    ďConservatism is the fear that somewhere, somehow, someone you think is your inferior is being treated as your equal"


    con∑serv∑a∑tive ; kənˈsərvətiv / adjective

    1. holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.


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    ďConservatism is the fear that somewhere, somehow, someone you think is your inferior is being treated as your equal"


    con∑serv∑a∑tive ; kənˈsərvətiv / adjective

    1. holding to traditional attitudes and values and cautious about change or innovation, typically in relation to politics or religion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar View Post
    Oh ... so now we can talk about the Stock Market.
    Sure...it's tanking already. Investors know a communist when they see one and they just won't invest until he is gone. Go get your investors from Hollywood...oh sorry, they're too cheap to really invest.



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    The stock market likes Obama and his QE infinity program.

    The market is reacting to European collapse. Depending on the US banking involvement in that mess will determine whether we crash sooner rather than latter. At least it will be forever stamped with a D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrassrootsConservative View Post
    I fantasized last night about the GOP giving the Dems EVERYTHING they want but only after we tell the top 1% to stop hiring people, stop spending money... take what you have and put it in the bank. No taxes. Don't let them touch a cent of what you have. Give the government the bare minimum - since that's what Liberals do - and see how long it takes them to start kissing the asses of the wealthy population they currently hate and begging for change like a junkie at a gas station.

    Rofl. That would be my idea of utopia - watching Obama kneel at the feet of Sam Walton and BEG for him to hire someone in the shitty economy we're about to have.
    I hate to tell you this but I believe that the Waltons contributed to the Obama campaign. I was disappointed when I heard this news.

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    Cigar, genius, what is being discussed here is giving you everything you want. I realize that your level of understanding of things rarely gets beyond the cartoon level but do make an effort to post cartoons that are germane to the topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter1469 View Post
    The stock market likes Obama and his QE infinity program.

    The market is reacting to European collapse. Depending on the US banking involvement in that mess will determine whether we crash sooner rather than latter. At least it will be forever stamped with a D.
    Sooner or later the market will have to react to all the layoffs piling up and the shift from full time benefit paying jobs to crappy part time ones.

    Currently, the market is a balloon inflated by Bernake's and Obama's money printing. Remember what happened to that dot com balloon? The housing balloon?

    Things that are based on real value, you know like companies actually growing and hiring and producing more as opposed to temporarily propping up profits by cutting costs and laying people off, appreciate. Things that are based on balloons tend to fall to earth very rapidly and unexpectedly to all but the smart money who always come out on top.

    And I think giving them what they want is exactly what we should do. And make it very clear we are doing that and when the consequences arrive, call us and we'll clean up the mess. Our way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainecoons View Post
    Sooner or later the market will have to react to all the layoffs piling up and the shift from full time benefit paying jobs to crappy part time ones.

    Currently, the market is a balloon inflated by Bernake's and Obama's money printing. Remember what happened to that dot com balloon? The housing balloon?

    Things that are based on real value, you know like companies actually growing and hiring and producing more as opposed to temporarily propping up profits by cutting costs and laying people off, appreciate. Things that are based on balloons tend to fall to earth very rapidly and unexpectedly to all but the smart money who always come out on top.

    And I think giving them what they want is exactly what we should do. And make it very clear we are doing that and when the consequences arrive, call us and we'll clean up the mess. Our way.
    I think that's exactly what we should do. The American people elected him, they wanted him, they wanted his policies. Let them have them. The only place I disagree with you, and it's only a fine point, when they start suffering from this, maybe we'll be there to pick up the mess --- maybe we won't.

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