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Monday, December 12, 2011

It's a Means to a Bitter End Living On and On Thing

Dear America,


I gotta say....great quotations are being made for the history books these days.  wow.

To the press, regarding that drone that is currently MIA (actually, that is totally incorrect -- we know where it is)  anyway, he says, "we have asked for it back."  (yeah -- from Iran! -- that's a good one)

To the press, via 60 Minutes, he says, "I didn't over-promise and I didn't underestimate how hard this was gonna be."  stopping just shy of making a knee-jerk reaction...with a wink into the camera.

Gotta love his audacity, huh.

With a Narcissist-in-Chief like this, who needs enemies, right?

He is right, though.
Everything IS going according to plan.

IF you happen to check in with the G thing from time to time -- you would know I started a new book -- and one that I have been taking my sweet time with, by the way (also known as, reading only when I have a chance).  It is called The Naked Communist.

Jumping into something that may sound off the beaten path, the book makes a point of mentioning how Lenin was admonished for not doing more during the Russian famine for the people.  Putting Lenin's so-called "in-action" this way:

"But Lenin would have none of it.  He would not help set up soup-kitchens nor join a relief committee.  Later is was accused of welcoming the famine as a means of accentuating the suffering of the people and firing up their revolutionary will to act."  and they would be right...

Lenin -- who grew up reading Marx --  eventually grew out of his religious faith as well, aligning himself more and more with the "cynicism of the Marxist interpretation of life."  And in a calculated manner, "to give himself some kind of professional status, Lenin made an intensive study of law."  But after finishing his studies (first in class even)..."Lenin then attempted to practice law, but for some reason lost nearly all his cases and, therefore, abandoned the law and never returned to it."

hmmmm just who does that sound like?

Or maybe, he sounds more like this -- when the book describes one of Lenin's favorite comrades, Leon Trotsky, as "a handsome, arrogant, anti-social intellectual who sometimes offended his fellow-Marxists because of his flare for elegant clothes."  (or was it the outrageous number of vacations and golf outings???)

But it was Joseph Stalin who could really relate to the people -- characterized as a "true revolutionary member of the peasant class -- a rough, unrelenting, two-fisted man of ruthless action."

It is about a page and a half later, when this naked Communist is uprooted fully in all of his glory --

"The years 1907-1913 were pick-and-shovel years for Joseph Stalin.  No one could accuse him of being merely an 'intellectual Communist' as they sometimes described Lenin.  Stalin learned every trick of propaganda, pressure politics, mass communications, strike techniques and labor agitation."

Guess this president wasn't as "shovel ready" as we thought.

Hardly.  Again, going back to what we noted a few paragraphs up -- everything is going according to plan.

"I didn't over-promise and I didn't underestimate how hard this was gonna be."

He [Obama-linsky] studied Marx, Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin -- just as he has well studied his favorite, more modern day, revolutionary, class-warfare, Bolsheviks/Occupy Wall Street/aka The 99 Percent Mentor: Saul Alinsky.

The answer to everything is absolutely nothing.  And let me quickly explain:

"Problems of morals would be solved by doing away with morals.  Problems growing out of religion would be solved by doing away with religion.  Problems of marriage, home and family would be eliminated by doing away with marriage, home and family.  The problems arising out of property rights would be resolved by not allowing anyone to have any property rights.  The problem of equalizing wages would be solved by abolishing wages.  Problems connected with money, markets, and prices would be solved by doing away with money, markets and prices.  Problems of competition in production and distribution would be solve  by forcibly prohibiting competition.  Finally, they would solve all the problems of modern society by using revolution to destroy society.  It seems the phantom of Communist hope [and change] can only arise from the bowels of the earth through the ashes of all that now is."

Look around you.

This is exactly what is happening to us.

"I didn't over-promise and I didn't underestimate how hard this was gonna be."  

Means to a bitter end lives on and on.
And all I can say now is, I hope we get our country back.

Make it a Good Day, G

did you know "Bolsheviks" is wussian for da "majority" -- the ninety-nine percent -- the opposite of the one percent -- akin to the 'this isn't about class warfare.  this is about the nation's welfare' words of wisdom spoken by this president of ours.... when regurgitating the progressive stupidity of teddy roosevelt just last week in osawatomie, kansas.  [just go to my last blog for speech backup...]

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