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Posts by wayoverontheright

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  • Trump’s View of Syria and Assad Altered After ‘Unacceptable’ Chemical Attack

    04/05/2017 1:27:11 PM PDT · 55 of 92
    wayoverontheright to Owen
    Assad and Russia WERE/ARE WINNING.

    They have zero reason to do this. They’ve been framed.

    I agree.

    Targeting innocents at this stage would have no value for Assad. Whoever it is would have to have stolen the weaponized chemicals from Assad, or discovered them in Iraq?

  • ‘Donald Trump Rants and Raves at the Press’

    02/17/2017 5:01:43 AM PST · 7 of 25
    wayoverontheright to RoosterRedux

    The leftist media will always be with us, to salve the psychological wounds administered to those who have harbored a demonstrably failed ideology.

    They won’t change, they serve a market which needs constant affirmation, especially now that they’ve been exposed as wrong.

    It’s about psychological equilibrium. Drug administered by MSM.

  • Who Knew There Were So Many Homophobic, Racist Xenophobes at Berkeley

    02/03/2017 5:39:12 AM PST · 7 of 16
    wayoverontheright to Kaslin

    There are anti-mask laws in many states, including California. During the permitting process for demonstrations (given a jurisdiction which, unlike Berkeley, wants no violence) masks can be prohibited. If these cretins can’t wear masks, they won’t burn, destroy, and loot.

  • Vanity-No God, but blow up the "White House", the Clarion Call From Madonna!!!

    01/22/2017 5:55:49 AM PST · 22 of 31
    wayoverontheright to JLAGRAYFOX

    I am struck by the speakers’ obsessive use of profanity. I think there’s a deeper meaning here.

    As a strategy, the profanity certainly limits the audience, I don’t think they’re attempting to influence us at all. Perhaps they’re filling a void. Not enough F words on CNN, maybe.

    “We have no ideas, no workable solutions, so we’ll just let our own know how angry we are.” And that’s their only goal.

    Clearly our opposition is being led by people whose upbringing has taught them that, to get what they want, all they need to do is curse and throw things. They’re going to be further disappointed.

    I’d say we are witnessing the last gasps of a defeated ideology.

  • 'Obama can still be a thorn in Trump's side'

    01/20/2017 5:09:47 AM PST · 33 of 39
    wayoverontheright to Lera
    ...Ex-presidents always have the luxury of having people listen to what they have to say."

    True, but we may have here, with Barack Obama, a deviation from historical precedent.

    Obama's eight years have exposed him as just a talker, at a time when he could have been a doer. His "talk" was composed of lies and haughty self-promotion.

    Out of power, facing an opposition completely focused on "doing", instead of talking, will make Obama's words ring even more hollow, and render him more and more irrelevant as the Trump administration concentrates on action.

    The people will tire of Obama and his words, his speeches will be attended by Hillaryesque numbers. The media will have a choice, to cover the increasing irrelevance of Obama, or the invigorating din coming from the hammers and the hum of machinery in concentrated construction mode, coming from just down the road on Pennsylvania Avenue.

    Talker versus doer. With the people....no contest.

  • Palestinian official: ‘Gates of hell will open’ if Trump moves embassy

    01/16/2017 4:56:03 AM PST · 39 of 55
    wayoverontheright to Eleutheria5

    “First, we’re going to deny Israel’s right to exist. Then we’re going to raise our children to martyr themselves for the cause of eradicating the Jew vermin. Then we’re going to attack them everywhere they dwell. Oh, wait!”

    “Americans? Well, we’re going to complain to the UN. That Trump dude’s scary.

  • China tycoon moves jobs to US, citing high taxes at home

    12/22/2016 7:23:26 AM PST · 23 of 38
    wayoverontheright to mandaladon

    They’re attempting to appease Trump.

    Do not think for a minute that ....

    a) this move and announcement wasn’t sanctioned by the Chinese government, and

    b) Trump was right when he said “with China, we hold all the cards”, and

    c) the Chinese realize that b) is the reality they find themselves in.

  • Economy healed under Obama, but unhappy voters chose Trump

    12/21/2016 12:08:57 PM PST · 50 of 98
    wayoverontheright to mdittmar

    For eight years, the private sector was under attack. Energy, its lifeblood, choked off, capital formation and savings discouraged by Fed policy and Dodd Frank, employers and entrepreneurs vilified in conversation, culture, and policy, The employment contract was interfered with by political correctness and Obamacare.

    The people who produce, and who sign all the checks, became the declared enemy of tax and regulatory policy under Obama and the Democrats.

    No way this economy could have “healed”. It could only struggle to crawl, coughing, sputtering and spitting up blood.

  • Watching the Fakestream Break Down

    12/19/2016 6:32:06 AM PST · 28 of 34
    wayoverontheright to Kaslin

    Hillary,

    Up until the point when you were defeated, no one needed to hack to influence our politics, all they had to do was donate to your foundation.

  • Comey to Trump: The Russians Didn't Influence the Election

    12/16/2016 5:33:31 AM PST · 44 of 63
    wayoverontheright to HomerBohn

    Having once been a liberal I can attest to the fact that membership in the club affords great psychological benefits. There is an intense sense of belonging, along with a powerful drug-like high derived from being above the “rubes” in intelligence and perceived social esteem.

    This is why they always seem to eschew reason for emotion. They have occupied a warm, psychologically rewarding perch for some time now.

    Liberals have gone from unquestioned occupation of the moral high ground, to being reviled by precisely the audience they’ve always played for. It is a psychological imperative, not a political one, for them to rationalize their defeat. It cannot possibly be that their superior ideas have been rejected, so they just didn’t get their message out, or it must be the Russians, or something.

  • Republican Leaders to Oppose Trump Tax Cuts

    12/12/2016 6:16:26 PM PST · 29 of 120
    wayoverontheright to bobsunshine

    Offsets? Oh yeah, we can give them offsets alright. How about a 30% reduction in federal employees? Oh, they’ve stepped in it here.......

  • Ugly Austrian 'election of hate' draws to a close

    12/04/2016 5:09:38 AM PST · 37 of 39
    wayoverontheright to Mariner
    The Nazi connection asserted in the article is a lie of grand proportions. Not unlike lies told in American elections.

    My wife is Austrian, moved here when she was 15. Her Parents and extended family still live in Sankt Poelten and Vienna. With few exceptions they are all pro-Hofer, pro-American, and though at first anti-Trump, they have "come around".

    These people are anti-Nazi (actually ashamed that Hitler was Austrian), but saw the Islamic immigration problem early on, as in decades ago. Hofer's party is the only place they could go. There are some fringe elements in and around the party, but the vast majority of voters are just like Trump voters here-fed up.

    "Far Right" they are not. As a matter of fact, the pro-Nazi faction is quite leftist, very much socialist, so the Far Right designation is, as you say, just another lie.

  • Trump's Treasury Pick Says U.S. Should Get Out of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae

    12/01/2016 7:10:12 AM PST · 20 of 31
    wayoverontheright to VRWCmember

    Ah..very good point. We’ll see.

  • Trump's Treasury Pick Says U.S. Should Get Out of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae

    12/01/2016 6:43:43 AM PST · 7 of 31
    wayoverontheright to GonzoII

    Oh my, privatizing Fannie and Freddie is long overdue. Eliminates a massive vote-buying scheme for the left, and in the end removes a huge market distortion which created the costly “bubbles” we’ve experienced.

    It’s becoming a bit tedious, all this winning...not!

  • Greenfield: The Obama Era is Over

    11/10/2016 4:18:26 AM PST · 32 of 49
    wayoverontheright to Louis Foxwell

    Democrats take note. Liberalism itself was rejected, not so much Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. And this is so much better for the future of America. We were force-fed the leftist soup for eight years, and regurgitated it all with one big wretch on November 8.

    Capitalism wins. Socialism loses. In America. In 2016.

  • Who Leaked The CNN Debate Question To Donna Brazile?

    11/02/2016 2:06:28 AM PDT · 14 of 49
    wayoverontheright to mazda77

    Hillary didn’t have to cheat.

    Isn’t it instructive that no one is even contemplating asking the question as to who HILLARY talked to at CNN requesting that the questions be changed, as the possession of a mere smidgen of integrity would require of her? No, it is assumed and accepted that she would seize the opportunity to cheat, because she’s HILLARY.

    No good parent would allow his or her child to participate in this cheat, especially as the beneficiary, because no good parent wants their kid to become morally depraved. Yet the focus is all on CNN, Donna Brazille, and now some unknown conspirator, as if it’s normal and acceptable for HILLARY not to blow the whistle, not to DO THE RIGHT THING, and refuse ill-gotten gains.

    I realize it’s laughable for anyone to assume HILLARY would have a sense of fair play, it just another example of the double standard, and how morally bankrupt people have become, especially on the left, in this country.

  • NFL's TV ratings are down, World Series suggests presidential election is not the culprit

    10/28/2016 4:45:35 AM PDT · 37 of 52
    wayoverontheright to ponygirl
    ....it's the referees...

    You're on to something here.

    In the name of protecting quarterbacks, new rules requiring a) extremely subjective interpretations which require 300 pound men to change direction and the target in a split second, sometimes in mid'air...Concussion prevention has brought on..b) a running back cannot lower his helmet, but sometimes he can....c) in the name of safety, kickoffs are now the boringest plays in football.....d) punts are a flagfest because players have learned how to "flop forward" to draw the ubiquitous block in the back penalty. I feel sorry for the refs, too much subjectivity.

    Some penalties cannot be determined one way or the other, even with instant replay.

    Oh, and some of the players can really grate, I blame this on public schools PC-self-esteem bull-crap.

  • USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll: 10/15 -- Trump up .3 , Clinton down .1

    10/15/2016 3:28:12 AM PDT · 21 of 58
    wayoverontheright to BlessedBeGod

    They’re still using turnout models based on 2012, 2008 elections, with Obama’s name on the ticket, when it’s more likely to resemble mid-term models. If so, Trump landslide coming.

    The story of this election will be how traditional liberal voting blocs stayed home. The enthusiasm is on the side of the good guys. Big time. They cheated during mid-terms too. Media shilled for Dems during mid-terms as well.

    She’s dead, Jim.

  • Tripwire Crossed – The Last Desperate Plot of the GOPe

    10/12/2016 5:39:48 AM PDT · 21 of 25
    wayoverontheright to PJammers
    This tells me they have more damaging information at thier disposal.

    With the sharp increase in absentee voting in recent elections, I'm not so sure about that. The Dems (and GOPe) are desperate and grasping for something, anything, and they would have been wise to play their cards before now.

    They know the polls are fake, and that Trump is winning big. They know it.

    Then there's the candidate. Trump's been a public figure for decades, Even his exes are on the Trump train. Then there are those kids. He has nothing more in his closet. Dems are all so used to politicians of flawed character, that they can't recognize character when they see it. Trump's from the private sector, where your checks have to be good. Your word has to be good. Your nose has to be clean, or you will fail. Bad language. That's about it. Won't faze his following.

    We got this. It's over.

  • Trump says he will dump 70% of Regulations

    10/07/2016 5:08:04 AM PDT · 16 of 52
    wayoverontheright to wbarmy

    Oh, man....Sarbanes-Oxley, gone. Dodd-Frank, gone. Fannie and Freddy privatized. Obamacare, gone.

    OSHA defanged. EPA neutered. Federal Education establishment eliminated, defunded, razed. CAFE rescinded. Needless bureaucratic meddling, gone.

    Yep, country could be “great again”, and fairly swiftly.