Countdown to the Restoration


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4 Responses to Countdown to the Restoration

  1. zOmbie says:

    I cannot wait to buy a piece of the Obama family dog’s first poop.

    When the Obama dog’s poop is sold on ebay, we sheeple will be distracted from the naive bumbling of new Bill Clinton.

  2. LACJ says:

    Get used to it, homeslice.

    Your glorious party is gonna be in the minority for at least a decade. Mark my words.

    Best case scenario, the GOP is done as a national party, and finally falls apart 6 or so years from now.

    I would say there is a fair chance of that happening. Few will shed tears after what the criminal syndicate known as the Bush Administration has done to our country.

  3. Careful says:

    I’d be careful with wishing for that 6:21. If some of the smaller minority parties ever get a voice and enough people start hearing how crooked our government is run (by republicans and democrats) we might finally see some real change.

    I don’t know how anyone can keep voting for two parties that not only a) run the largest Ponzi scheme in the history of mankind(social security), but b) have literally robbed trillions of dollars from it to pay for their pet projects. Sure the fund shows a “surplus”, but you try writing IOUs from your left pocket to pay for what you spend from your right pocket and see how long that lasts. During my lifetime China is going to cut off the credit spigot and when that happens the United States of America is going to be SOL.

  4. LACJ says:

    Ha ha smaller parties eh? Maybe the…Constitution Party? Or will the Greens make a comeback? Ha ha keep dreaming.

    Given your beliefs, may I suggest hording supplies and finding a little piece of heaven in the middle of nowhere? Like, maybe northern Montana?

    And, just to top it off, ‘Careful’, I live in China, I well know the situation of China buying treasuries for years and supporting the deficit spending of the US under Bush. The take-aways from this are two-fold:

    1) The blame for this situation lies totally with the GOP. They were the ones that couldn’t stop shoveling money to their fat cat buddies, and couldn’t stop spending on important things like war and prisons and so on. The Republicans have brought us to this place, and don’t you forget it.

    2) China, having invested so much by buying so many T-bills, is not going to act in a way to destroy the value of their investment. They need the US for any number of reasons, and while they will use their new-found power, (power, lest we forget, handed to them by the idiot Republicans who have been in charge for the last 8 years), to pressure the US to improve its balance sheet, they have no incentive to cause the US a great deal of harm. Why would they hurt themselves? Who do you think is going to buy all the products made in Guangdong? Do you know anything at all about internal Chinese issues? I suspect not.

    Sheesh, can you please get a clue? You really don’t know what you are talking about.

    Those of us who really want change are ready to work with the members of the Obama Administration, and will apply constant pressure on them to ensure they develop good policies. You may be confused after years of Republican Party control, where all the GOP supporters just screamed at anyone who ever criticized the government, and let Bush do whatever he wanted. Those are the people you should be complaining about, although you probably are one of them, so that’s a bit of a problem.

    I hope, but doubt, this message will finally sink in.

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