about being liberal or conservative anymore y'all. That is a hype offered by the fascist whores who want to confuse the people with lies while they turn this country into an aristocratic police state. Some people will say anything to attain power and money. There is no such thing as the Liberal Media, but the Corporate media is very real.
I don't know what to think of this comment by "sisco66" but I find it somewhat different then what I
myself would think, and is at least worthy of a read.
12/14/2010 08:38:30 PM EST
posted by sisco66
Capital gains tax cuts work in both directions. When the tax cuts are first put in place there is
always a lot of selling and large dividend distributions in the first couple of years. After that
it’s just insider looting. Allowing those tax cuts to expire will have the same effect injecting
nearly 2 trillion dollars into the US economy without having to borrow it from the Chinese.
Wealth is money extracted from the economy. The economy is a collection of individuals
performing services and producing goods that add value and wealth to the system as a whole. This
includes education, harvesting of natural resources, asset protection, and the infrastructure within
which these values are transported.
Estates are the summation of wealth that was extracted from the system by an individual. When
that wealth is extracted in the time of massive deficits and neglect of the system as a whole, the
system should reclaim that wealth.
The Federal Reserve has a “dual mandate”. The mandate requires that the Fed maintain 100% employment
and price stability. Does it make any sense that fed can handout 3.3 trillion in backdoor bank
subsidies; allow brokerage houses like Goldman Sachs to have direct access to untold trillions from
the Fed discount window while allowing 100’s of billions to be paid out in bonuses but it can’t
muster 20 billion to extend unemployment?
Insanity is borrowing 900 billion for tax cuts in order to secure 18 billion for unemployment.
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Tuesday, 14 December 2010 at 6h 35m 23s
My Letter to Obama
I digitally sent this message (under 2500 words) to the White House. The White House tells me it
cares about the comments of the people.
I'm not so sure.
You make a horrific "deal" giving the republicans all they want when you control both houses of
congress, and sell it as "bipartisanship"? You say "tax cuts to the rich" haven't worked, yet you
sell this "deal" because you wanna get more money in the economy? You call the "cuts in Social
Security" a tax holiday, without even getting a compromise to raise the top income cap?
What have you fought for in 2 years? You caved in on Insurance exchanges, on the public option, on
enforcing the law against Wall Street, on Guantanamo, on lobbyists, on even DADT? When have you
actually gotten anything in these deals in return?
You cave in on everything, and then pompously call your justified critics "unrealistic". Do you
realize how weak you look? How do you compromise with people who can't compromise and are busy
undermining you every single day?
And you now actually expect this "message" that you "will fight" in 2 years because ... because what
... because you need another excuse to cave in... again.
Real leaders fight every day. Real leaders actually get something when they compromise. Real
leaders communicate with the people instead of reading something crafted as a public relations spin.
Go back and understand the history of great democratic leaders, because you look more like a
manipulated tool of the elite every day. Hide behind your words and call me unrealistic or whiny or
whatever, but you look like a weak hypocrite because of what you do, and you think putting together
a "message" will conceal it to the people. The people aren't fools.
Do you even hear yourself speak during the 2008 campaign? What will you say in 2012 when the
Republicans roll over you and beat you over the head with this phony bi-partisanship. And then
what? What happens to hope then, Mr. President?
Thursday, 4 November 2010 at 5h 16m 46s
Kowalski -- seesaw
I love this song.
Ten times later ... I still love the song. Hope you do too :-)
Thursday, 4 November 2010 at 5h 20m 36s
More reasons why I like Cenk
Because he speaks my own mind. Everything in this 4 minute video rant. That's because its the
truth, and Cenk sees it too.
Sorry for my absence from the blogosphere. I could make plenty of excuses, so I won't. It's a
personal blog anyway. I'm not the type of fool who actually thinks anything he says is
revolutionary and worthy of typing out on a keyboard so that 30 people might read it before reading
something else. Writing in general is mainly a good exercise of mental conditioning and development
of understanding and knowledge. Just like you have to walk 2 miles a day and do stretching
exercises to stay fit, you have to read and write to keep your mind fresh and vibrant.
I suppose I haven't felt so fresh and vibrant lately. Perhaps I've had to learn some different
truths than those I've had to learn in the past, except now the truths are more heartbreaking. It's
not a negative or a positive notion. It just is. Let it roll off you like rain, and wait for the
sun, so you can dry out and feel whole again.
Damn the patsy Democrats. The whole system is so corrupt that the Democrats are paid to be patsies,
to lose to the Republicans so the elite can continue this fiction called a two party system, that
way the people won't see who are their real masters.
Saturday, 23 October 2010 at 5h 23m 19s
Cenk is da man
Monday, 4 October 2010 at 23h 43m 23s
Nawlins Napsters is champion again
That makes this the fourth year in a row. This year was much less challenging than last year. I
was in first place in the 3rd week of April and stayed in First place all year long. My pitching
staff nearly fell apart in the second half after phenom Strasberg went down (I picked him up) but
after picking up Daniel Hudson, Gio Gonzales, Brett Myers, and Brian Matusz, I was able to stop the
free-fall while holding on to Tim Lincecum and Ubaldo. It also helps when you are able to roster 5
great closers, which I was fortunate to do, and none of them went down with injuries this year,
thank god, otherwise it would have been a tighter race in the last month.
Once again it is proven that you shouldn't pick up speedsters before the 10th round, and you should
only pick 3 or 4 pitchers (2 starters, 2 closers) in your first 11 picks. There will always be 10
pitchers who surprise or out-perform their expected stats in any given year, and there is another 10
pitchers who can have a 2 month span of quality that you can use.