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At Least The Haters Get it

Once again, Congressman Paul Ryan has a moment of weakness and goes to the Obama shindig.

And he gets boooos for his effort.


Some people never learn.

You do not belong there. It is not a regular crowd of Americans. This is the Hard Left celebrating beating an opponent not a peaceful transfer of power or something to be proud of. These people hate your guts.

This is an event for the winners and your side did not win – stay home.

Maybe, just maybe, Congressman Ryan will have a moment of clarity some day and recognize what is going on.

The ginning idiots spread out before you operate on a progressive/socialist/Harvard Marxist agenda.

They are still living in the ratcheted up hate of the campaign.

You serve no purpose being there except that I now know you are unprepared to deal with this crowd.

Time to grow up or get out of Congress Mr. Ryan.

Reader Comments (19)

I can't figure out what's Marxist or socialist or communist about President Barack Obama's Inaugural speech. In fact, I found it inspirational -- reminding us of our potential American destiny and God's hope for all His children, in that we find ways to get along, and that we do that together.

What a great day to be an American!
January 21, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

I know you can't figure out what is not worth whorshipping about you newest diety.

Isn't that what makes all this so much fun?

But at least you got to repeat:

Up is down, down is up.
Good is bad, bad is good
Athiests are not haters, Christians are haters
Men are mothers and mothers are men
Socialism is capitalism, capitalism is socialism.
I got it.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Now you're getting it, Ed! Mostly anyway.

Up sometimes is down, depending on what part of the Earth you're on at a given moment -- it is round, not flat, you know. Though there still are Flat-Earth Society members around. But fact is, half of us are on the top, half on the bottom, depending on where you are on the globe at any given moment.

Good is bad and bad is good depending on your perspective. A blood test can hurt bad, but sure is good if it detects something early.

You've got it wrong that Christians are haters, because like Athiests, there's a lot of loving in people of all religions. Though some might not love as much as others.

Yes, some men great make mothers, and some mothers become great fathers. All depends on how they help their children to become better people. At times, all Moms and Dads are Dads and Moms. Probably even yours. Certainly mine were. They loved me, and I loved them.

And yep, socialism is capitalism, because when we help one another we help ourselves, and if you're in business you sure like the fact people are receiving government help now and then during their rough times so they can buy your products. And capitalism is socialism, because government helps businesses as well -- and makes them stronger than ever, like the auto industry that not only has recovered from their depression, but has paid us back with interest!

Ed, you're getting it. Good job.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Hey Jimbo Baggins –
Here's a civics quiz to see if you are really on your game: when the State "helps" a big biz, what kind a government is that called? For extra credit, how is that related the nexus of Bawney Fwank? No cheating.
– C. dog dodging Jimbo's big embrace
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
He's your answer, C.dog: when a state (government) builds bridges and highways to facilitate interstate commerce, provides regulations on banks so that they cannot so easily defraud businesses -- and consumers -- in the exchange of currency, when a state (government) provides public education to help train a new generation of workers, that's all called capitalism. And the United States of America is strong today because of all those things, which President Barack Obama has been, and is continuing to be committed to, doing.

Next question?
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine

I have an answer for you.

Everything you describe is not capitalism.

Capitalism is when private decisions are made with private money to produce something for a private use and for a profit.

Here is an online definition you will also find in things called dictionaries:
An economic system in which the means of production and distribution are privately or corporately owned and development is proportionate to the accumulation and reinvestment of profits gained in a free market.

Your definition is the described here on the World Socialsit web site:

In Jim's liberal world:
Up is down, down is up.
Good is bad, bad is good
A lie is the truth, the truth is a lie.
ANYTHING American is bad, anything not American is good.
Socialism works, anything that is not socialism can not work.

Simpleminded, but a very enticing religion for the weak of mind.
January 22, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile
Oh Jimbo –
You avoided the obvious examples, like GMC (Govt. Motors Corp). How's your dividend in that heist workin' out forya? Let's see, then there's the gov'mint "assist" to the medical insurers. And then there's the income tax industry, the Military Industrial Complex, the litany of eggheads fabricating the latest gadgets for aerospace, ... ad nauseum. What next, Uncle BozObama handing out monopolies to run the trains?
– C. dog checking the meat racks to avoid inadvertent other other white meat consumption
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Mohair seats for GM cars.

That would be socialist capitalism.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ed – there's so many ways to interpret that, but I'll smile and keep such musings to myself to ward off cabin fever.
– C. dog
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

You had to go and mention CABIN?

I thought our carribean trip on this ocean liner was supposed to be a secret.

Jim didn't know we were blogging from a boat, drinking out of coconuts.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ed - C.dog -- by the way, everything I listed, and everything the two of you listed -- was supported by every Republican President we have had since FDR. Excluding none. For a strong economy, government MUST be involved in helping business, and it is. Not owning them -- and we don't "own" auto industries. Government serves the role of facilitating commerce and helping to make it possible for business to do business, and thus people to prosper.

Can't see anything anti-capitalist, or socialist or communist or Marxist in that. You just use those words because you don't understand the role of government with business -- because you missed those classes and those chapters in your history books.

OR you just want to throw around those terms to try to hurt President Barack Obama, who as we'll all agree is a great man -- as shown yesterday by an incredible Inaugural speech advocating equality and the American dream for us all.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Blown your cover. Dog and Ed on an ocean liner sharing a cabin? Now I understand it all. Hope you're having a gay old time. Kind of wish I was with you, floating along on the waves enjoying that floating action.
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Poor lil' ol' Jimbo Spaine –
Ever the voyeur, never an active participant. Perhaps you missed out on a class or two on types of government – oops, I forgot you're the product of government skoolin' meets immovable object. You might want to brush up on your sheer lack of acquaintance with FDR and his fascination with the rising Euro powers before they went all a caplooy (or is that kaplooey?). By the way, luv your use of the royal "we" and its bastard chilt'ren (all, us) when speaking of your grate man. Just out of perverse curiosity, did you feel a tingle go up your leg when you watched the pompous meet circumstance striding toward the White-washed House? I dare say, you must have pinched yourself. Goosebumps! FORWARD!
– C. dog toasting libs till they're all burnt
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

Does Jim think you are a guy?
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
Ed –
I've given up trying to divine what Jimbo thinks. He's so entranced by BozO's chants that I dare say he's become quite untethered and has consequently floated up, up to the atmospheres, where the skies are so clear ... but devoid of sufficient oxygen to sustain rational thought. Too bad, he used to amuse me.
– C. dog, vixen to Libs, friend of man kind
January 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

If it wasn't for the opportunity to show others how liberals "debate" I would have opted out long ago.
January 23, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEd Naile
C.dog -- I've never given up trying to figure out how you think, and I've got most of it figured out -- that's why it's so much fun to spar with you, when I can figure out what you're saying, because exchanging wits with someone who is unarmed is kind of fun. None of your arguments hold up when exposed for what they really are.

And Ed, I appreciate being able to "debate" the other side of the questions you raise, because I do have much respect for you -- especially on the Right-To-Know Law fights that you've engaged in (it's something that even Bill O'Brien and I have teamed up on in the past). And it's my respect that leads me to want to engage in an effort to inform you of "the rest of the story," as Paul Harvey used to say.

My effort to turn you and your readers away from confusion and the right-wing is time well spent, because you're better than that and you're worth it.
January 23, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Hey Jimbo –
That's not very nominally Liberal of you to spar with unarmed people. Isn't there some kinda of hate-law against that kinda of sick, twisted abuse? And for the record, I've not even begun to argue with you – just playing with plastic mouses. But I'm tiring of such when you can't even answer my rudimentary riddles regarding government nomenclature. Troll is so much better at these sort of things ... I miss Troll.
– C. dog
January 23, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

I never spar with you, even though you may think I do.

I do not debate liberals.

My contact with the press is about the same.

You use your name and are a recognized progressive so I have allowed your comments as a learning tool for people who do not yet understand how liberals confuse feeling with thought.

AND most importantly, to show the basic, limited, diologue a liberal can have - spin.

This limitation is why liberal talk shows bomb, liberal radio is dead, and everything else is repetition minus fact.

I usually delete liberals, that is why they do not haunt my comments section. And I hardly ever had them on our radio program - only as examples.

No "debate" here. All education all the time.

Think about it. You were on the Election Law Committee with Chuck Weed when I accused him, correctly, in person, in front of the committee, of voter fraud in Keene when he made his own illegal same day voter affidavits.

You were there when the meeting was adjourned because of the minor uproar.

When I came back in the room YOU were discussing, with the other members, whether I had tried to intimidate the Committee.

Now we could "debate" that!

Do you think the AG's Office should have mentioned in their 2006 Voter Fraud Investigation That a State rep had made phony, illegall, same day affidavits and gave them to students to use?

Now that would be a debate.

Your answer would be: what a wonderfull president we have, God Bless America.

January 23, 2013 | Registered CommenterEd Naile

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