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Some Friday Ruminations

November 16, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments


Posted By: Errol Phillips

What if the Revenue Creators and the Producers of the Services and Goods People want and require just decided to take a vacation for a couple of months.

Obama must realize there is no Honeymoon Period after 4 years.

Here question for all Attorneys: Does the President have a Fiduciary Duty to its Citizens on how money is spent. After all, it is not his money he is spending.

We have to take back the Schools. Perhaps a Massive National Private Fund to create a new Cadre of Private Schools that are geared toward teaching American Principles K-12.

Trivia Question: What character in Ayn Rand‘s “Atlas Shrugged” is most representative of Obama ?

Now Bloomberg will have to come begging for Taxpayers all across the Country to help him. Where is the State Rainy Fund ? Why should Taxpayers from Texas pay for the malfeasance in office of all levels of New York Government ?

Federal Employees must begin to feel the pain as everyone else.

Here is how Obama is thinking regarding the Hispanic Support at the Polls: “Ummm, I have to give them something – I’ll ask one of my La Raza Friends to see what they want. I can promise them anything … Hell – It’s not my money – and now I can tell Michelle that it is OK to go to the Alps with the Girls. I’ll appoint a Hispanic Outreach Cabinet Position. I bet that would do it.”

This is one of the main reasons Romney Lost: The Media did to him what they did to Sarah Palin …… Think about it.

And we must refuse to debate in the present format.


  1. Dani Renan
    November 16, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    Does the President have a Fiduciary Duty to its Citizens?
    The primary duty is “entrusted” to Congress, who controls how much and where it is spent. Secondarily it is the executive branch (or branches) that have to spend it as Congress sees fit, but with large latitude. Thus the executive has to act prudently and efficiently within those boundaries.

    What character in Ayn Rand‘s “Atlas Shrugged” is most representative of Obama ?
    No idea. But Romney is probably most like Jim Taggert – strong beliefs in his views (and his own righteousness) regardless of fact. Can’t really do anything, but makes lots of money off those who can, and is well connected with similar people, and really hates anyone who can actually do anything like Dagny and Francisco, and loathes those that can handle a wrench, like John Galt.

  2. R Brock
    November 16, 2012 at 2:12 pm

    The Republicans are clueless. They have squandered every opportunity to really address the issues, and to show that Conservatism is a better way. Instead they have acted, and governed much like the Democrats. It is no wonder the Democrats win. The Republicans look like an old, stogey, bumbling party, which is what it is. It is not dymanic.

    If the Republicans are to ever win again and (hopefully) save the country, they MUST stop putting up weak candidates. They need to engage the minorities, to actually make them a part of the conservative movement. Whenever possible, Republicans need to cut the power of the liberal media, the liberal dominated schools, and unpack the liberal-loaded courts. Republicans must also advocate REAL change that will fix the ills of the country. That includes healthcare, the tax system, and the size of government. They must come up with an immigration plan that will secure our borders, while providing a reasonable process for illegal immigrants to become citizens. Election reform needs to be high on the agenda, to assure that elections are unquestionably fair. Above all, (if they ever get the chance again), the Republicans need to restore this country’s fiscal status, by drastically reducing wasteful government spending, and reducing the deficit, permanently.

    We Republicans have failed because we have not taken care of business. It’s (way past) time to get down to the business of the country, for the good of our people.

    • November 16, 2012 at 5:11 pm

      How do you propose to make those changes you enumerate ?

      • Bernard Braginsky
        November 16, 2012 at 5:42 pm

        The changes can be made if we are 100 per cent committed to the task. For example, I phone people personally every day to bring them up to date on obamacare, benghazi, etc because I can’t depend on them to always open my emails. Because I have the facts I am able to enlighten them, often much to their amazement, on Obama depredations they were unaware of because all they watch are the msm. To make people as contemptuous of Obama as we are will take time, and effort, and dedication. Next to our families and our livelihood it must be the most important thing in our lives. Most people are totally unaware of the death panels, for example, in obamacare, and are disbelieving at first when I inform them. But once I go into detail, and answer their questions, I sense a change in their attitude. I always urge them to go to Fox News instead of the msm, and I know that a few people have. One person at a time, that’s how it goes. But those people talk to other people, and so on. The largest wave begins with a single ripple.

    • November 17, 2012 at 2:16 pm

      I keep saying – Unless the Folks are willing to get dirty and take to the streets – very little positive change is on the horizon

  3. David Charlesworth
    November 16, 2012 at 1:16 pm

    Australia and/or New Zealand are looking better and better. Does anyone know how difficult it is to become a citizen of either country??

  4. Bernard Braginsky
    November 16, 2012 at 10:31 am

    We can never win another presidential election until we break up the unholy coalition that put Obama in power — the hispanics, blacks, unions, and white liberals. It may be that the first two will divide naturally since they will both be competing for the same ever diminishing number of low level jobs in the next several years. Our job is to keep driving and widening the wedge that will put them at each other’s throat. There are ways to do this. Re white liberals, we need to keep reminding them, our friends among them, that it is their kids’ college money that Obama is handing out to the blacks and hispanics, and build their animosity to these first two groups. Re unions — we need to keep reminding the white liberals who are non-union members that the unions are exempt from the obamacare that is being shoved down the throat of themselves and the rest of us. The point is, we need to take a few pages from Rahm Emanuel and Saul Alinsky, find the fault lines between groups, and create chaos and dissension among them before change can be effected.

  5. November 16, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Good Question.

  6. Tom Mathews
    November 16, 2012 at 9:53 am

    Why did 73% of asians vote for Obama?

  7. SHmuel
    November 16, 2012 at 9:15 am

    Thing is. The MSM is allowed to do that. Why do the Patriots even connect with the talking heads for Mr. Soetoro Obama? Ignore, bypass them use only our telecom outlets.
    Make sure that they are identified as a partisan branch of certain element and not a news and truth dispersing system.

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