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The Bastards Caved...

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That’s hilarious, because it’s the same bill but even more expensive. You go, congress!

yay for inflation !

BRAVO! BRAVO! A tip of my tin-foil hat…

99.9% perfect execution…
A day after chaotic bailout vote, Congress quiet on Jewish New Year
http://www.startribune.com/politics/national/congress/29944699.html?elr=KArks8c7PaP3E77K_3c::D3aDhUec7PaP3E77K_0c::D3aDhUiacyKUU

Division of congressional posts seems to favor Jewish issues
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (JTA) – The new Congress doesn’t just feature more Jews in powerful positions than the community has seen in more than a decade–it also features more friendly faces across the board, Jewish leaders say.
http://www.jta.org/cgi-bin/iowa/news/article/20070110Divisionofcongress.html

Jewish groups are expecting action with Democrats controlling Congress
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2 (JTA) – With Democrats in charge of the new U.S. Congress convening this week, it’s a time of well-wishing, wish lists and wishes come true for an array of national Jewish groups…

http://www.jta.org/cgi-bin/iowa/news/article/20070110Divisionofcongress.html

PROTOCOL No. 6
[i]1. We shall soon begin to establish huge monopolies, reservoirs of colossal riches, upon which even large fortunes of the GOYIM will depend to such an extent that they will go to the bottom together with the credit of the States on the day after the political smash.

  1. You gentlemen here present who are economists, just strike an estimate of the significance of this combination!

  2. In every possible way we must develop the significance of our Super-Government by representing it as the Protector and Benefactor of all those who voluntarily submit to us.

  3. The aristocracy of the GOYIM as a political force, is dead - We need not take it into account; but as landed proprietors they can still be harmful to us from the fact that they are self-sufficing in the resources upon which they live.

It is essential therefore for us at whatever cost to deprive them of their land. This object will be best attained by increasing the burdens upon landed property - in loading lands with debts. These measures will check land-holding and keep it in a state of humble and unconditional submission.

  1. The aristocrats of the GOYIM, being hereditarily incapable of contenting themselves with little, will rapidly burn up and fizzle out.[/i]

PROTOCOL No. 8
[i]2. We shall surround our government with a whole world of economists. That is the reason why economic sciences form the principal subject of the teaching given to the Jews.

Around us again will be a whole constellation of bankers, industrialists, capitalists and - THE MAIN THING - MILLIONAIRES, BECAUSE IN SUBSTANCE EVERYTHING WILL BE SETTLED BY THE QUESTION OF FIGURES.

  1. For a time, until there will no longer be any risk in entrusting responsible posts in our State to our brother-Jews, we shall put them in the hands of persons whose past and reputation are such that between them and the people lies an abyss, persons who,

in case of disobedience to our instructions, must face criminal charges or disappear - this in order to make them defend our interests to their last gasp.[/i]

PROTOCOL No. 9
[i]3. For us there are not checks to limit the range of our activity. Our Super-Government subsists in extra-legal conditions which are described in the accepted terminology by the energetic and forcible word - Dictatorship…

  1. The people have raised a howl about the necessity of settling the question of Socialism by way of an international agreement. DIVISION INTO FRACTIONAL PARTIES HAS GIVEN THEM INTO OUR HANDS, FOR, IN ORDER TO CARRY ON A CONTESTED STRUGGLE ONE MUST HAVE MONEY, AND THE MONEY IS ALL IN OUR HANDS.[/i]

PROTOCOL No. 10
[i]17. By such measure we shall obtain the power of destroying little by little, step by step, all that at the outset when we enter on our rights, we are compelled to introduce into the constitutions of States to prepare for the transition to an imperceptible abolition of every kind of constitution, and then the time is come to turn every form of government into OUR DESPOTISM.

  1. The recognition of our despot may also come before the destruction of the constitution; the moment for this recognition will come when the peoples, utterly wearied by the irregularities and incompetence - a matter which we shall arrange for - of their rulers, will clamor:

“Away with them and give us one king over all the earth who will unite us and annihilate the causes of disorders - frontiers, nationalities, religions, State debts - who will give us peace and quiet which we cannot find under our rulers and representatives.”[/i]

[quote][i]"The whole method of the Protocols may be described in one word Disintegration.

The undoing of what has been done, the creation of a long and hopeless interim in which attempts at reconstruction shall be baffled, and the gradual wearing down of public opinion and public confidence, until those who stand outside the created chaos shall insert their strong, calm hand to seize control - that is the whole method of procedure…

The indication that they are highly satisfied is that they are not only not doing anything to relieve the world situation, but are apparently willing to have it made worse.

The privations which are scheduled for it (unless Gentile flabbiness before the Jewish power, high and low, receives a new backbone), will bring the United States to the verge, if not across the very line, of Bolshevism."[/i][/quote] --Henry Ford

Turn coat traitors!

[quote]MrRezister wrote:
That’s hilarious, because it’s the same bill but even more expensive. You go, congress! [/quote]

Seriously, wtf?

They were holding out for their own interests. The Democrats got more money to spend and for the Republicans the rich get a little richer (another happy day for big oil). Lets face it the average joe doesn’t need FDIC insurance to protect 250K instead of 100K.

What pisses me off the keep referring to 700 Billion and instead of 800 Billion. Are we supposed to beleive the extra 100 Billion is free?

Bill and Earnie went to the race track and bet their paychecks on the wrong horse and we are paying for their mistakes. Our turn comes in November, vote out any incumbent with a “yes” vote.

Fucking pussies.

[quote]RoadWarrior wrote:
They were holding out for their own interests. The Democrats got more money to spend and for the Republicans the rich get a little richer (another happy day for big oil).

Lets face it the average joe doesn’t need FDIC insurance to protect 250K instead of 100K. What pisses me off the keep referring to 700 Billion and instead of 800 Billion. Are we supposed to beleive the extra 100 Billion is free?

Bill and Earnie went to the race track and bet their paychecks on the wrong horse and we are paying for their mistakes. Our turn comes in November, vote out any incumbent with a “yes” vote.[/quote]

I usually tend to disagree with liberals - but I will cross the aisle this time to agree with one on this.

I will not vote for any candidate running for national office who voted for this bill - to include the office of the President.

How about you, RW? Are you willing to give Opie the same treatment I am going to give McCain?

on a side note the U.S. debt surpassed 10 trillion today

that doesn’t count entitlements like medicare and social security

[quote]rainjack wrote:
I will not vote for any candidate running for national office who voted for this bill - to include the office of the President. [/quote]
Hear hear!

[quote]rainjack wrote:
RoadWarrior wrote:
They were holding out for their own interests. The Democrats got more money to spend and for the Republicans the rich get a little richer (another happy day for big oil).

Lets face it the average joe doesn’t need FDIC insurance to protect 250K instead of 100K. What pisses me off the keep referring to 700 Billion and instead of 800 Billion. Are we supposed to beleive the extra 100 Billion is free?

Bill and Earnie went to the race track and bet their paychecks on the wrong horse and we are paying for their mistakes. Our turn comes in November, vote out any incumbent with a “yes” vote.

I usually tend to disagree with liberals - but I will cross the aisle this time to agree with one on this.

I will not vote for any candidate running for national office who voted for this bill - to include the office of the President.

How about you, RW? Are you willing to give Opie the same treatment I am going to give McCain? [/quote]

That is not a problem, as I have no desire to vote for Obama in the first place. But I will second you on this.

I will not vote for any candidate running for national office who voted for this bill - to include the office of the President.

Both candidates have extreme problems and I don’t like either. This is once again another election where we are voting for the one that is not the worst.

Obama is a dreamer and not realistic (or a liar or most likely both).

I think McCain is chomping at the bit to create a major war, so he can be the commander-in-chief of the war to end all wars. He is a firm believer in war over diplomacy(no matter what the maverick says, he thinks its chickenshit).

To hear people talk of privatizing social security and giving my life savings (as shitty as they may be) to the people we just gave 700 billion to, is beyond ludicrous. Or do really think they will treat that different?

[quote]RoadWarrior wrote:
To hear people talk of privatizing social security and giving my life savings (as shitty as they may be) to the people we just gave 700 billion to, is beyond ludicrous. Or do really think they will treat that different?[/quote]

If Social Security is your ‘life savings’ plan, you better hunker down for a really shitty quality of life. Either that, or seek some financial planning help.

[quote]rainjack wrote:

I usually tend to disagree with liberals - but I will cross the aisle this time to agree with one on this.

[/quote]

Dare I say… Maverick

[quote]rainjack wrote:
RoadWarrior wrote:
They were holding out for their own interests. The Democrats got more money to spend and for the Republicans the rich get a little richer (another happy day for big oil).

Lets face it the average joe doesn’t need FDIC insurance to protect 250K instead of 100K. What pisses me off the keep referring to 700 Billion and instead of 800 Billion. Are we supposed to beleive the extra 100 Billion is free?

Bill and Earnie went to the race track and bet their paychecks on the wrong horse and we are paying for their mistakes. Our turn comes in November, vote out any incumbent with a “yes” vote.

I usually tend to disagree with liberals - but I will cross the aisle this time to agree with one on this.

I will not vote for any candidate running for national office who voted for this bill - to include the office of the President.

How about you, RW? Are you willing to give Opie the same treatment I am going to give McCain? [/quote]

I just can’t bring myself to do it man. I will live at least 4 years watching that asshole marxist Obama on my TV with the knowledge that I contributed to his being there. I just can’t do it as much as I empathize with what you’re saying.

[quote]RoadWarrior wrote:

To hear people talk of privatizing social security and giving my life savings (as shitty as they may be) to the people we just gave 700 billion to, is beyond ludicrous. Or do really think they will treat that different?[/quote]

The fact you actually trust the government with YOUR money is beyond belief. If you make a modest $36,000 per year that is 4,464 dollars being taken out for social security every year.

Now if you do a little homework I guarantee you will see more of that upon retirement than you will see from the government.

Social security is a tax… not a savings plan. It’s deducted from your paycheck into the pocket of Uncle Sam. You are forced to give them a no interest loan, most likely one that won’t be payed back to you if you are under the age of 40.

Give me a rational answer why government run retirement is a good idea?

[quote]Tiribulus wrote:

I just can’t bring myself to do it man. I will live at least 4 years watching that asshole marxist Obama on my TV with the knowledge that I contributed to his being there. I just can’t do it as much as I empathize with what you’re saying.[/quote]

Help increase the vote count for a party that has the constitution as it’s main focus! Do your part to bring it to the main stream.

Bob Barr '08 (we can wish, right?)

[quote]AssOnGrass wrote:
RoadWarrior wrote:

To hear people talk of privatizing social security and giving my life savings (as shitty as they may be) to the people we just gave 700 billion to, is beyond ludicrous. Or do really think they will treat that different?

The fact you actually trust the government with YOUR money is beyond belief. If you make a modest $36,000 per year that is 4,464 dollars being taken out for social security every year. Now if you do a little homework I guarantee you will see more of that upon retirement than you will see from the government.

Social security is a tax… not a savings plan. It’s deducted from your paycheck into the pocket of Uncle Sam. You are forced to give them a no interest loan, most likely one that won’t be payed back to you if you are under the age of 40.

Give me a rational answer why government run retirement is a good idea?[/quote]

A post that is impossible to improve upon.

WHY, PRAY TELL, does somebody trust ANYBODY else, nevermind this, especially in light of current events, spectacularly discredited government to manage their retirement?

That thought is absolutely beyond my ability to mentally process.

THIS is the crap that often is like stangling me while pouring salt in my open wounds…

When these hacks rape the public, then turn around and take these “We Are The World” photo-ops, holding hands, and singing “Kumbaya”…as they proceed to tell me all they did “for the American People”…and how they are about “protecting” the American People…

Damn.

Mufasa

(P.S. Anyone have a link to where and how the votes broke down, Representative by Representative?)

[quote]AssOnGrass wrote:

Bob Barr '08 (we can wish, right?)[/quote]

After the bailout vote in the senate, I bought a hat, a shit, and yard sign and paid for a lifetime membership to the libertarian party.

Another 2 good years in the corporate world and i’m out. time to send the wife back to work and run as libertarian for local office. This shit is out of fucking control. that may be my campaign slogan.