thanks to, TROP for the hat tip on this,,
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Posted: 27 Feb 2009 02:16 PM PST
White Houses Announces Plan to Cut Deficit, by using Deficit Spending
to Triple the National Debt.
Does that make any sense to you? Because it sure doesn't make any sense to me.
In George Orwell's Animal Farm, the 7 rules that the animals lived by continued
to change by Napoleon's fiat, even as none of the other animals could remember
what they used to be.
So "Two Legs Bad, Four Legs Good" became
"Four Legs Good, Two Legs Better."
The press under Obama has switched to enthusiastically braying, "Deficit
Reduction Good, Deficit Spending Better."
For anyone who wondered how to tell when the Orwellian age was here, it
would be when the press describes a politician's plan to triple the national
debt using deficit spending, as a plan to cut the deficit. All the better
because the politician's first wave of campaigning involved a commercial
secretly done by one of his own employees and planted as a "viral video"
that exploited Orwell in order to criticize his opponent as manipulative
Obama's spending plan has all the economic wisdom of a teenager shopping
for electronics and paying for it with one credit, while paying the credit card
bill with another credit card. That kind of inability to understand the
consenquences of spending money you don't actually have, helped get
us into this mess in the first place.
Meanwhile however taxpayers will be dunned billions for the "virtual
nationalization" of Citigroup, a bank whose largest shareholders are Saudi
Prince Alaweed Bin Talal and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. Can
Sharia finance be far behind?
Mississippi Democratic Congressman Gene Taylor has wisely pointed out that,
“That’s what George Bush did very well. Apparently that’s what President
Obama is doing.”As a member of the Armed Service Committee, Taylor
noted the budget only gives the Defense Department a “small increase,”
which he said would barely cover the cost of living adjustments for the
Taylor pointed to President Obama’s inaugural address that called for
Americans to makesacrifices, saying “It’s certainly not reflected in his budget.”
But it's asking too much to expect the press to ask the tough questions. Not
when they can insteadreport on such vital breaking stories as which dog
Obama picked, and how to get toned arms like Michelle Obama. Who has the
time to contemplate the impact of 20+ Trillion dollar deficit on our children,
when we can instead look at new photos of Sasha or read about some
lunatic who sent supposed AIDS tainted blood to Obama.
Four legs good, two legs better.
Of course that situation is hardly limited to the United States. Melanie Philips
points out that the cost of a conventional political system ignoring a real crisis is
Whether it's the BNP in the UK or Le Pen in France or Avigdor Lieberman
in Israel, when mainstream parties are timid, they put the ball in the court
of parties and politicians who are not afraid of being denounced as racists
or fascists. Often because that's exactly what they are. The same
phenomenon has not quite happened in America yet, mainly because the
far right still hates Jews more than it worries about Muslims, but it has
already ably exploited America's huge problem with debt and the
expanding Federal government, as Ron Paul's candidacy
Immigration in the US, as in the UK, is a populist area that Republicans
too often shun, leaving it in the hands of the far right.
As McCain and now Jindal are aptly demonstrating, the Republicans
cannot win by being a tame moderation party that eschews anything
but some imaginary center. Cameron has demonstrated that in the UK.
As the Likud has in Israel. You can't win by giving up your principles.
At best you can win a battle and lose the war.
Fortunately there are plenty of Republicans who continue to hold strong
positions on these issues. And Obama's Reign of Economic Terror is
making questioning the size of the Federal government and the
national debt, more mainstream than ever in the Republican party.
Now that just needs to be translated into party strategy.
Melanie Philips' column, the rise of the BNP or Yisrael Beiteinu however
should be fair warning to the epublican party that if it insists on being a
RINO party, it will see its own equivalent of the BNP rising to steal its
thunder. Ron Paul was only an opening shot. If the GOP doesn't embrace
its priniciples now when it has the chance, it will be far more difficult to
do so when it's losing former red states to a third party.
Speaking of Israel meanwhile, the coalition talks continue to drag on
endlessly, with every site playing its usual hand, with the predictable
and inevitable outcome. Kadima ironically enough, wants to be in the
Opposition, though it has no actual principles or ideas. Labor's Barak,
who actually has some ideas if not principles, wanted
That drags everything back into a drawn out struggle over Lieberman
and the religious parties. Just the sort of thing to make the Israeli public
disgusted with everyone involved. That being the usual outcome in
Lieberman's article supporting the creation of a Palestinian Arab state
naturally should have surprised no one, as in the Huckabee mold, his
nationalistic bark has always been louder than his liberal bite. But it's
part of Lieberman's strategy to sell himself to a wider audience, bringing
closer his ambition to become Prime Minister.
Lieberman has repeatedly told people over the years that he wants to be
bring himself closer to that stage. The genuinely depressing part is that he
may make it yet.
Looking over the blogsphere, Maggie's Notebook blogs on the
Perry asking for troops.
With Pheonix already as the kidnapping capital of the US, the situation
will only get worse. Ferriz moving his family across the border is no
solution, because the truth is that there is no border anymore.
The Mexican border is a formality, because Mexico exists on both sides
of the Rio Grande. The Mexican flags waved at immigration rallies, the
rising presence of the cartels and cartel related violence on this side of
the border, and the formal use of Spanish, are all statements that
Mexico exists in the US as well. Mexico's second greatest source of
revenue remains money sent from the US to back home.
The only difference is that Mexico does not have actual sovereignity
on the US side of the border, but it's up in the air whether Mexico will
have any sovereignity on their side of the border, or whether we'll have
sovereignity on our side of the border either.
Neo Con Express meanwhile has the Obama budget deficit graph, displayed
Whew, what a relief to no longer have a president so intimately tied to the
Saudi royal family. Thanks to a whole cottage industry of New York Times
bestsellers like Craig Unger’s House of Bush, House of Saud and hit movies
like Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 9/11, the nefarious relationship between
“the world’s two most powerful dynasties” was exposed.
Speaking of Freeman, Melanie Philips continues her coverage of him,
and cites this blog as well Chas W Freeman has now been confirmed as
Obama’s pick for the chairmanship of America’s National Intelligence
Council. This appointment, to a post which oversees production of
America’s National Intelligence Estimates and shapes America’s
understanding of the threat posed by the world’s rogue regimes
and terror organisations, has caused even Obama supporters to
choke into their cappuccinos.
Note the "Almost Certainly" part of this.
Via NavyVet48, in the comments, the local CBS affiliate's Marcia Kramer
has a hard hitting story on the Jewish reaction to Hillary Clinton's
transformation on Israel.
"I'm a very strong supporter of Israel," Clinton said back in
On Thursday, as Secretary of State she had yet another about face
in the form of angry messages demanding Israel speed up aid to Gaza.
Jewish leaders are furious.
"I am very surprised, frankly, at this statement from the United States
government and from the secretary of state," said Mortimer Zuckerman,
publisher of the New York Daily News and member of the NYC Jewish
Community Relations Council.
"I liked her a lot more as a senator from New York," Assemblyman
Dov Hikind, D-Brooklyn, said. "Now, I wonder as I used to wonder
who the real Hillary Clinton is."
The answer of course, like most politicians, is she is who she needs to
be at a given moment.
Elder of Ziyon has more insight into that transformation in
The Water in the State Department.
Islamic Danger to Americans has the text from an
Of course as the appointment of a Saudi lobbyist demonstrates,
it will always be an imaginary speech.
Meanwhile Atlas Shrugs features Part Two of How Muslim Theory
Suppresses Women Long before the U.S. declared itself a nation,
however, America gave women at large great respect. The Uxbridge,
Mass. town fathers in 1756 granted the young widow Lydia Taft the
right to vote in local matters, for example. America again showed its
respect for women in 1789 when the states ratified the U.S. Constitution,
inferring rights to women amongst "We the people of the United States,"
when early 19th century suffragette Abby Kelley Foster first sought
votes for women, and in 1869 when Susan B. Anthony's formed the
National Woman Suffrage Association.
Voting rights would never have accrued to American women,
moreover, without their basic and universal right to free speech and
their right "peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government
for a redress of grievances," as guaranteed in the First Amendment,
drafted and ratified in 1791.
Nowhere in the world, by contrast, does Islam grant such rights to
women, either political or religious.
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The gravity of the existential threat we face from Islamic Jihad is truly of epic proportions. It is essentially a battle pitting free-civilized man against a totalitarian barbarian. What is at stake is the struggle for our very soul - namely who we are and what we represent. The lives that were sacrificed for individual rights and freedoms that we've come to cherish are being chiseled away from right under our noses by the stealth jihadists. And many of us are in denial and totally clueless.
The left's appeasement and pandering to evil is nothing new. What makes their utopian delusions so infuriating and unpardonable is that it is not only they who will have to pay the consequences, and deservedly, so, they are thwarting and undermining our best efforts at resistance and are thus dragging us down in the process as well.
By Peter Lancz,, the head of the Raoul Wallenberg World Campaign Against Racism.