Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Affirmitive Action does work!!

What can be said ? Clearly the most qualified person wasn't chosen to be President of the United States. The most popular person was chosen being Barack Obama. Well at least we learned affirmative action is indeed alive and well. Hugo Chavez called Obama "the black man". Jimmy Carter called Obama a few months ago that "black boy". They might be on to something. It's hard to describe how I feel right now. I expressed several weeks ago that part of me felt that John McCain actually had to lose the election in order for the conservative movement to regain it's footing in the Republican Party. Now that McCain has lost, it's still stings knowing that a person the likes of Obama will be at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. My mother use to tell me when I was a kid that if medicine tasted good everybody would take it without question. It will take me awhile to understand that people ignored the facts about Barack Obama. I alone presented facts after facts after facts and people still supported and defended him. One thing is abundently clear,the mainstream media in this country needs to be punished and exposed for their bias yellow dog activist journalism. Journalism did die in 2008, they're is no ifs ands or buts about it. I wonder do I need to take a course in psychology, because maybe I don't understand the human mind like I once thought I did. Twenty years ago, a person with the background and associations of Obama would have never made it out of the primaries period. I wonder if the United States of America's best days truly are behind her. I'm an old school Ronald Regan guy at heart. I have a picture of him hanging in my office. I can honestly say that he is the only President to have ever inspired me as a citizen to reach as far as I can reach. The contrasts between Barack Hussein Obama and Ronald Wilson Reagan are as different between night and day. Tonight the shinning beacon on the hill has gone out for awhile. Maybe it will be turned back on someday in the near future I hope. I guess if I had to look for the silver lining in this sad finally drawn out episode is this, the race hustling poverty pimps Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton no longer can play the black victim cards for their shakedowns. Those days are over offically now. Also can be laid to rest is notion that whites won't vote for a black candidate. They voted for a radical unqualified Marxist black man, they will also someday vote for an actual qualified black candidate that represents the best of America. The old saying goes ,"what doesn't kill you can only make you stronger". Tomorrow is a new day, and it won't be pretty. Hopefully this experiment will only be for four years, but we will survive and learn from the mistakes and then come out stronger then ever before. Will I call Barack Hussein Obama President? Na, I will only utter those words from my lips to the person I feel is actually worthy to be called that. I will just refer to him as " the black man" at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. In four year, several things will be certain. The catch phrase of "change" isn't going to work for Obama when the economy is in the tank and energy prices are through the roof, but it just might work for the person running against him. S.U.S 2012!!

5 Comments:

Blogger Pamela said...

This is a great day. The racists accusation that were implied/spoken by Obama and his supporters were proven to be absolutely bogus. No one will ever be able to declare the USA as a racist nation with a straight face.

This is also the best days for conservatives. I say this because if I'm right neither house gained enough seats to override a presidential vetos or break filibusters. That being the case I'm convinced that most of what Obama proposed will not get anywhere.

I am also curious to see how many more people take their profits in the stock market to take advantage of the lower capital gains tax rate. The first major tax increase in all our pocketbooks will guarantee a major change in the House and maybe the Senats depending on which 1/3 is up for reelection in 2010. I predict that Senator Harry Reid will NOT be reelected.

I would be more concerned about this if both houses had 60% liberals and socialists. Thank God that did not happen. We will have a lot more infighting in Congress if the true conservatives truly learned their lesson and use the filibuster as a battering ram.

Our best days are ahead.

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pam is a true optimist.

Another good point is that it gives the Republican party to do a "reboot," find fresh leadership (Bobby Jindall hopefully) and new ideas, as well as trying to expand from their traditional demographics.

6:48 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

pamela "This is a great day. The racists accusation that were implied/spoken by Obama and his supporters were proven to be absolutely bogus. No one will ever be able to declare the USA as a racist nation with a straight face."

More like a great day for freeloading bottom feeders that actually think the federal government is going to pay their mortgages, car notes, and give them a food allowance or something pamela. I heard people were listening to Obama and were CRYING pamela! People in this country have lost their dam minds and completely have severed themselves from reality big time! Nobody has yet to interview the race hustlers "pimp and hustle" aka Jackson and Sharpton to see if they're going to have a "going out of business" sale or something. Your right though pamela. Even though I can't stand Obama's gutts with every fiber in my being, at least with the election of Hussein Obama, black oversensitive racial crybabies can finally see the United States is and has been for awhile a great country.

Pamela "his is also the best days for conservatives. I say this because if I'm right neither house gained enough seats to override a presidential vetos or break filibusters. That being the case I'm convinced that most of what Obama proposed will not get anywhere."

My mind was still pretty steamed after Obama was declared the winner pamela, I honestly forgot about the congressional seats. That is good news that the Dems didn't get a super majority. I believe right now, the civil war among Republicans have begun. Conservatives warned the moderates and Neocon fakes that McCain couldn't win. I still remember that moderate boring blowhard Bob Dole getting angry at conservatives for not believing McCain was "true conservative". Hopefully now we can flush the Republican Party of the last Rino's and pseudo conservatives that want to "redefine" what the ideology actually is. It's going to take a strong pure conservative attack to regain congress and completely handicap Obama in 2010 pamela, and it can be done. I don't know we we have enough Republicans to block any of his radical judicial nominees, I pray we do and they have the backbone to stand up for principal and try to block him.

pamela "I am also curious to see how many more people take their profits in the stock market to take advantage of the lower capital gains tax rate. The first major tax increase in all our pocketbooks will guarantee a major change in the House and maybe the Senats depending on which 1/3 is up for reelection in 2010. I predict that Senator Harry Reid will NOT be reelected."

You must have been reading my mind pamela. I was just going to comment on that. The stock market was DOWN 486 points. Funny how idiots voted for Obama because they actually think he is better to deal with the economy?!!lol When the market goes down like this the day after a president elect is selected, the market is sending an obvious sign to the ill informed masses. Obama won't fix jack only make matters worse then they are. I wouldn't be surprised that the market will be at 4,000 by 2010. It's just no way that a radical Marxist can be good for a free market capitalist system. Oil and water don't mix and neither will Obama and the stock market.

Pamela "I would be more concerned about this if both houses had 60% liberals and socialists. Thank God that did not happen. We will have a lot more infighting in Congress if the true conservatives truly learned their lesson and use the filibuster as a battering ram."

It sucked that Elizabeth Dole lost her Senate seat in North Carolina. McCain lost in states that even Bush carried in 2000 and 2004. That should send so called conservatives in congress a message. When they stand up for conservative principals, they are rewarded and are able to keep their jobs, when they act like liberals, they get their behinds voted out hard. It's really a shame pamela that Republicans had to be purged from congress like this, but I think they got comfortable in DC and lost their vision coming in on the mantle of Newt's Contract with America.

7:05 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...

One reason I'm an optimist is because I believe FINALLY they will listen to us. Losing I think 50 house sears in two years hopefully will knock some sense into them. If those in office insist on being moderate I'm convinced that conservatives will beat them in the 2010 primaries. This is a great time for conservatives to be able to be truthful and explain why Republicans lost. They lost because they tried to be liberals. We already have that in the Democratic party. As Tyrone has said, liberal lite does not win. It is a waste of time.

I expect a bitter fight in the Republican party. At least they allow differing views unlike the Democrats that demand submission. I read on our local talk radio website where 20 prominent Republicans plan to meet Thursday in Virginia to discuss their next course of action. In that AP article it said that they are also going to create an online forum that would allow people to explain how they let us down and how they can restore confidence in the party. I will keep checking for this to see how people respond. If they do not get back to conservative principles I think for the first time there is a real chance of a 3rd party being formed and being viable. It would not surprise me at all if many conservatives just stayed home or refused to vote for McCain/Palin out of principle. McCain really did not want conservatives. He lost the election because of it.

8:15 PM  
Blogger JMK said...

"Well at least we learned affirmative action is indeed alive and well." (Tyrone)
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This is one of those rare occasions where I don't really agree with your assessment.

Yes, McCain had more experience, and all, BUT he ran a lackluster campaign and Obama ran a far better one.

Barack Obama was a better speaker and a better campaigner.

McCain often looked old, tired and disengaged, and I say that admiring that a 71 y/o disabled vet could bring himself to deal with the extreme rigors of such an election.

I've always opposed ANY lowering of standards and ANY charges that "standardized exams discriminate against any ethnic groups."

In my view, such views are rooted in bigotry on the part of white supporters and in an ingrained sense of innate inferiority on the part of their black defenders, BUT, I have always held a different view on things like interviews, which are by their very nature subjective and prone to arbitrariness.

Elections are a litlle like interviews in that regard, BUT unlike a job interview, where I might, on occassion be concerned over the subjectivity that COULD allow a more qualified candidate to be passed over, elections are the only way in which we the people get to make our choices known and our voices heard.

Though I didn't vote for Obama, I acknowledge that he ran a better campaign, he put his arguments across much better and didn't make any significant mistakes throughout the campaign.

McCain's campaign was often disjointed and scattered. When a plumber from Ohio makes your economic arguments better than you do, THAT'S a real problem.

We'll see what the next few years bring. IF the Pelosi-Reid-Obama policies maintain the single digit Misery Indexes, I'll applaud that, and if they're able to keep this nation free from terrorist attack under his watch, I'll consider that a success too....anything less than those things is to fail relative to G W Bush's own standard - Bush presided over 8 years of single digit Misery Indexes and 7-plus years post-9/11 without a single jihadist attack on U.S. soil.

I'd like him to do well and govern more like Bill Clinton than Jimmy Carter...we'll see.

BUT I don't see him as an "affirmative action" candidate.

11:34 PM  

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