Skip to comments.The Wave That Breaks The Liberal Bubble
Posted on 10/24/2012 2:56:19 AM PDT by wayoverontheright
Can you feel it?
The wave, that is. I speak of one that will wash away far more than just a failed presidency. This wave will have the torque to rock the entire liberal bubble -- the political/media/crony bubble -- leaving it forever exposed. Ironically, those inside this bubble will be the last to know -- which is precisely why it will happen. Those who would rule over us, and insult us with outrage over Big Bird, academic debate-scoring, "binders" memes, and specious jobs statistics know nothing about us. This includes those inside the bubble who purport to represent our views.
But we know them well. For the record, "we" refers to the quarter of the country that never bought into the fraudulent vapor of Obama
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The Obama presidency is gonna’ leave one hell of a bad hangover for a lot of dumb ass liberals.
Everyone will long suffer from O’s traitorous legacy.
(Reuters) - Officials at the White House and State Department were advised two hours after attackers assaulted the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11 that an Islamic militant group had claimed credit for the attack, official emails show.
The liberals in the GOP, led by Mittens, miss what’s going on, too.
They are the beneficiaries of America’s revolt against liberal misrule. They are not its originators. And if they don’t understand what it means, they too will be gone.
I don’t think the bipartisan establishment has the foggiest notion of what is at work in America. In all likelihood, we won’t get the change we need from Romney.
But someday, we will get it.
I have long, long since lost any iota of respect for anyone who drank the Obama Kool-aid as false messiah. Co-workers, relatives, media clowns, and fellow breathers of the same air of this once great nation (I refuse to call them fellow citizens).
"The righteous detest the dishonest; the wicked detest the upright."
I was going to say something similar but not as nice.
Anyone who thinks that Romney is going to all of a sudden find a conservative fiber in his being really does believe in pixie dust and the election fairy.
God help us no matter which one is elected.
...Obama, his czars and minions will all be washed into the dustbin of history by a giant TSUNAMI as the plates of political alignment shift.
We must expose Obama’s dealings for all to see.
Rewriting history through omission?
Very cool pic of Sarah and Jim.
1.This is one battle in a long war.
2. 47% not paying taxes is unsustainable.
3. DemocRats still control big states and big cities. Big debts.
4. The Rat cronies ala the Fed, the banksters, MF Global, GM, Solyndra, et al will continue to screw the public.
5. Don’t trust Willard - he believes that gov’t can solve problems.
6. A minimum of 75% of the fed, state, and city gov’t budgets needs to be cut. Actual cuts and not political gimmicks. The current and future spending is unsustainable.
7. The process called bankruptcy needs to be followed. No sweetheart deals for any gov’t or private entity.
8. Normal market forces in energy, food, housing, and employment need be reintroduced by removing the gov’t at all levels from them.
9. Automatic withholding needs to be abolished. Monthly checks written to the gov’t. Tax day moved from Apr 1 to Nov 1. The Senate must return to appointment of Senators by state legislators vs direct election.
10. The media and Liberals aren’t going away and need to be challenged continually.
11. Major tort reform.
12. As shown above Lil Barry is the symptom of the problems. Removing him isn’t the cure but a start.
This can't be said enough. And I'm appalled that a growing number of FReepers (who should know better) have deluded themselves into thinking that Romney has actually become a Conservative over the past three months and will govern that way, when his longstanding record clearly suggests otherwise.
I think what the author is saying here is that it's entirely possible that a fatal blow will be dealt to liberalism itself, and liberalism's major pillar, the leftist media. And I agree, but it will happen not because of this election, but because of what follows this election.
Let's face it, liberalism sounded and felt good when it was on a bumper sticker, Obama has put it all into practice, into law. And it ain't pretty. The results are there for all to see.
Rush gave them a shot across the bow when he said "I hope he fails". He didn't fail to put leftism into practice, all Obama succeeded in doing was to validate everything we on the right said would happen if he did.
I think the demise of liberalism will come if Romney does what he says he will do.
If he opens up federal lands and our shores for drilling, connects the Keystone pipeline to Canada, rescinds Dodd-Frank, simplifies the tax code, and begins to eliminate waste, this is when liberals will begin to read their final chapter. If Romney does these things, then the economy will roar. And soon.
I'm a small business owner, I know the private sector to be very, very resilient, and more importantly, downright explosive-given the right combination of circumstances. We have those circumstances right now.
Watch for energy futures to plummet, followed by a rapid revival of commercial real estate. Houston, we have lift-off. Credit will loosen, as Obama's pony-tailed regulators are reigned in, and dismissed. The expansion of credit will come as "too big to fail" is neutered, and community banks will lead the revival. By the end of Romney's first term, even manufacturing will begin to explode, by virtue of cheap energy from revolutionary new extraction tech. Natural gas is the feedstock of American manufacturing, and cheaper NG fuel can overcome the lower labor costs abroad.
There's a lot I don't like about Romney's plans, especially the tax plan, nothing's perfect, but the economy is so flattened, it won't take much yeast to make it rise, in exponential fashion.
Liberalism was fine until it began to hit everybody in the wallet. All Romney has to do is remove the shackles put there by Obama and company. A big win for conservative fiscal policy is coming, and it will be apparent to all.
You really have to say that. You really believe that reelection of Obama is the better course. I have four grandchildren you are condemning. You are effing evil.
I think the biggest thing that will hurt the liberals for some time to come is the Democrats who now realize their party mislead them. They bought the party line on Obama hook line and sinker. Now they are reassessing their support of the Democrats and may never again just follow the party line. Local Democrats who hoped to ride the Hope and Change coat tails will find the rug pulled from under them
I'm just telling the truth. I'm sorry that it hurts so bad.
That is what a mutual admiration society looks like!
I agree that the Republican Party by and large does not yet get it. Exhibit A is their behavior when they controlled both houses of Congress and the Presidency in the early Bush years. If they obtain the same power in January, conservatives must keep the pressure on or we may well repeat that experience. Those most susceptible to pressure will be the Republicans in the House. We can obtain influence over them by supporting them (financially and otherwise) now. I am doing this with the most vulnerable Republican Congressman in my county. I urge you all to do the same.
Frankly...tho...unless legitimate Constitutionally restrained Federal government is restored...this country will never generate the wealth required to pay its debts. The continued dance with the present oligarchs
merely represents a change in the tune.