Skip to comments.OMG! Even Michael Moore Sees it!?!
Posted on 03/03/2010 8:03:26 AM PST by Starman417
There's going to be another crash. The commercial real estate bubble hasn't burst yet. That's going to burst. The credit card debt is so huge right now, it will never be repaid. That's a house of cards waiting to fall. So the crash of '08 is going to look like coming attractions. And we're in for a much, much worse time.
When even Michael Moore sees that the Dems are fubarin', that the economy has NOT BEEN ADDRESSED by The One, and that we're likely headed for another, bigger recession/depression, ya gotta at least ask, WHY? Why has this fatass/walking advertisement for birth control given up on his years of 100% pure propaganda and lies aimed at nothing more than getting Dems to power? Why did he lose his undying, unchallenged, and unethical love for the Democratic Party? Sadly, it's not 'cause he's seen the light. He's always known the reality of the capitalist America that made him rich and well-fed. He's just denied it in favor of talking tough to power rather than truth to power. Now, it seems he's just frustrated that the Dems haven't picked up his anything-for-a-win attitude.
You know, I tell you, these Democrats are disgusting. Wimps and wusses and weasels. You know, get some spine. This is why I have to admire the Republicans. They at least stand for something.
Read more at floppingaces.net...
Even an idiot can see what’s happening.
Obama has succeeded in pissing off the left AND the right (albeit for very different reasons).
Quite an accomplishment in his first year.....
Michael Moore (quote), from his website, April 14, 2004...
"The Iraqis who have risen up against the occupation are not 'insurgents' or 'terrorists' or 'The Enemy.' They are the REVOLUTION, the Minutemen, and their numbers will grow -- and they will win. Get it, Mr. Bush?"
[actual quote from Michael Moore (2004). It still appears on his website]
He also said that the “minutemen” in Iraq would “win”. And that we deserved to lose with our boys bloodied and in retreat licking wounds.
Never listen to a million dollar Marxist.
Moore, just continues to be a purveyor of doom. (Not saying he’s wrong, just that his schtick is doomsday.)
Beat you by a few seconds! :)
This phony stock market rally WITH DECREASING VOLUME on the way up is a dead giveaway.
Moore's "shtick" is undermining the United States and advancing the cause of communism. He was ROOTING for the enemy in Iraq to win.
Lol! I like the mustard or ketchup stains all over the fat slob’s shirt.
The Communist Party USA (CPUSA):
"We are a party of unity in action. We are an integral part of every struggle and movement for change to eliminate poverty and joblessness, against racism and for full equality. We are participants, initiators and leaders of every movement to make life better now and much better in a socialist future." Yeah, so they supported an oppressive dictator, like the Repubs and Democrats haven't? The CP is still around, has apologized for that whole Stalin thing, and has a quickly growing youth section.
[see: MichaelMoore.com-->Links-->PoliticalAction (bottom of the page--CPUSA promo)]
From the Revolutionary Communist Party website
"A Viewer's Guide to Fahrenheit 911"
Revolutionary Worker #1246, July 18, 2004, posted at http://rwor.org
"People have been lied to. And many can see it. Invasion, occupation, police spying, round-ups, even torture camps--plus far-reaching changes in law, treaty and doctrine --they have all come wrapped in deceit. The President lies. His whole clique lies."
From Monday, April 21st, 2008...
My Vote's for Obama (if I could vote) ...by Michael Moore
I don't get to vote for President this primary season. I live in Michigan. The party leaders (both here and in D.C.) couldn't get their act together, and thus our votes will not be counted.
So, if you live in Pennsylvania, can you do me a favor? Will you please cast my vote -- and yours -- on Tuesday for Senator Barack Obama?
whenever libs get mad at their lib leaders it is because they are not far enough to the left.
FRAG Michael Moore.
>>When even Michael Moore sees that the Dems are fubarin’...<<
BS. This isn’t partisan. It is the democrats AND republicans. And it is too big for either to do ANYTHING.
This will not be solved politically. It is too big. I see it this way: The country (world actually) is a bus going 50 mph. The politicians are the bus driver busy texting. He looks up just in time to see that he is 30’ off the bumper of the stopped car in front of him.
He can hit the brakes as hard as he is able. We can change drivers. It does not matter. We are gonna plow into the car in front of us at speed.
I recommend preparing for the world we will be living in after it all comes down. It is never like the movies. I don’t expect Road Warrior or anything like that. I do expect world war of some sort. And being self sufficient would not hurt, but even then, you have to expect others may attempt to take it from you. I believe the US will either fall into anarchy, indefinite - and eventually brutal - martial law - or pockets of both.
But this is beyond the size of what politicians can repair. That ship has sailed.
He’s not upset that its going to happen, he is upset the socialists might not take advantage of it when it does.
>>Obama has succeeded in pissing off the left AND the right (albeit for very different reasons).
Quite an accomplishment in his first year.....<<
This isn’t about Obama, though he is almost certainly making the inevitable worse. I told my republican friends before the election that they should consider if they really wanted McCain to win because when this went boom - and it is inevitable - the party in charge will be blamed. Many have now publicly argued that McCain did not want to win in 2008. It may explain the pathetic race.
“This isnt about Obama, though he is almost certainly making the inevitable worse. I told my republican friends before the election that they should consider if they really wanted McCain to win because when this went boom - and it is inevitable - the party in charge will be blamed. Many have now publicly argued that McCain did not want to win in 2008. It may explain the pathetic race.”
There is merit to this. At this point, I think Obama’s people know what’s coming and their immediate goal is to kick it out past 2010 and then 2012. Hence, the frantic re-inflation of the stock market and real estate market with obvious temporary fixes that will hurt more in the long run than they help now.
This is kind of like Hearts. Someone is going to end up with the Queen of Spades. Whoever that is will become the next Herbert Hoover. If Obama manages to keep the economic balls in the air thru 2012, the next president will get the Queen. If he doesn’t, Obama already has it. My bet is Obama already has it.
I agree with much/most of what you said in your post. Government is too large & inefficient to solve much of anything long term. This goes way beyond partisan politics.
Even just a full year or two of gas at $5-6/gallon would cause the wheels to come off much quicker.
The stopped clock on my wall is right twice a day.
I call it a “Democrat clock.”
“recession/depression” not a unexpected suprise with Obama in office,hope and change.
Of course that fat slob communist sees it! He wants the country to fail so that when the pieces are picked up he will be part of the new communist elite. (Then again, the fool might be expendable.)
“The commercial real estate bubble hasn’t burst yet.”
From a construction standpoint it’s been gone in my state since late 2008. Every project I worked on in 2009 and 2010 has been some form of gov’t construction, whether it be Local or Federal.
A new survey from Career Builder exposes what will be an increasingly common trend as America ages demographically -- older workers are being forced to keep working and postpone retirement for financial reasons.
More than seven-in-ten (72 percent) workers over the age of 60 who said they are putting off their retirement are doing so because they can't afford to retire financially, according to a new survey by CareerBuilder.
The good news is that many older workers are putting off retirement for positive reasons as well.
About 70% of workers delaying retirement said they are doing so partly because they enjoy their jobs according to CareerBuilder. Hence there are many Americans who are, yes, putting off retirement for financial reasons, but at the same time are pretty happy to do so since they enjoy working.
Such job satisfaction will become necessary for most young Americans, since fully supporting retirees from ~60 years onwards will be simply untenable as an increasing proportion of America becomes old due to demographic change and extended life expectancies. Already, in 2012 about 1 in 3 American workers will be over 50 years old according to The Economist.
Thus the financial crisis may have delivered an unwanted wake-up call. Americans will need to quickly learn how to work longer into their silver years. * * *
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