Forgive Me While I Go On A Rant About LACK Of LEADERSHIP

We have one Totally Effed Up Resident of the White Block House in DC. The country is about to financially go down the tubes over the Budget, or more importantly THE LACK OF ONE, and what does the resident of 1600 PA Ave, NW, Washington, Disease 20001 do? Talk and negogiate with the Republicans??? NOOOOOOOOOOO. Go back to it’s my way or the Highway??? NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. He calls the President of Iran who is a major sponsor of terrorism with Petrodollars. YESSSSSSSSSS. Screw the Republicans and America by that action. Then Priority #45367, he gets back to saying my way or the Highway to the Republicans. I’m convinced now he wants the USA GONE. Convince me he’s not a muslim plant.

BREAKING: Obama Spoke with Iranian President, but not with GOP

Friday, September 27, 2013

President Barack Obama says he’s spoken by phone with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
It’s the first conversation between American and Iranian presidents in more than 30 years.

Obama says after speaking with Rouhani, he believes the U.S. and Iran can reach a comprehensive solution over Iran’s nuclear program.

Obama says he and Rouhani have both directed their teams to work quickly to pursue an agreement. He says the U.S. will coordinate closely with its allies, including Israel, which considers an Iranian nuclear weapon capability to be an existential threat.

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  1. Sent to Sen Toomey R-PA

    Profiles of Discouragement Save One

    I was so discouraged about how this day turned out. Sen. Cruz spent 21 hours for nothing. Where were the PROFILES OF COURAGE of anyone in Congress. With the money pit called Obamidble Care in full force, this country is now physically and morally bankrupt.

    Very discouraged and dejected in York Co.,
    Yorkshire
    For sure, Republicans will break your heart 99% of the time.

  2. What did you expect Yorkshire?

    Are you still living in or longing for the days when there was a presumptive “we”? You almost sound as though your feelings have been hurt by someone whom you thought was a friend, or at least principled and operating off of good will, but turned out to have been actively plotting your and your family’s destruction – all in a “nothing personal” manner of course.

    You know what leftists are. You know what they want. You know that they never give up and cannot, because farming you rather than the land, is the only way they are capable of sustaining themselves and reproducing their nihilistic kind.

    This is their only world. There is no law giving God nor any inherent “natures” in some cosmically meaningful and delimiting sense. They are free to shape and sculpt, harness, manage, manipulate and excise elements of the human herd in any manner they see fit … or more accurately, in any manner which will soothe their randomly generated sensibilities and satisfy their (admittedly) ultimately pointless appetites.

    For the smirking leftist appetite nihilist, (unlike for you who imagines there is another more foundational reality in which right and wrong are objective values) this political life is the only game in town. The only game that there is in all reality. Its a game with no real rules. And the stakes are your continued existence.

    Hoagie gets this. If for some bizarre reason his own history hadn’t opened his eyes, his wife would have. LOL And you get it too I am sure.

    This is, and has been, a literal war waged through politics and intimidation and wealth extractions, between divergent human kinds, which in the formation of their respective populations there exists little or no formal relation with what we usually think of as “races”.

    Yes, you know all of this, but yet …

  3. Yes, you know all of this, but yet …

    …… I grew up facing two interactive strange lives. #1 Life was one of the Golden ages of the USA, the 1950′s into the early 60′s. Not quite old enough to see the handwriting on the wall of the evil that lurked in the underground of life. The dichotomy of growing up as the Clevers, and scared enough of the Mushroom Shaped Cloud at the same time. Life was great, as long as you had a desk to hide under. Then somebody and something started to take down that brick fortress house down on the corner. It was built brick by brick, and started to be dismantled brick by brick. But the dismantle job was deceptive. One brick a week so you didn’t notice and it was taken out of parts of the fortress not easily seen by the public. But, unfortunately the last key brick was removed the other day, even though lately (last 15 years more holes appeared) you saw what these brick termites did, and the rest collapsed. Yes, the country has unofficially collapsed, but we prefer to see the illusion of the fortress.

    My #2 life is a life of a survivor. I should be dead. Actually, that was 1963 with a very ruptured appendix. I had started a 7 year plan: tonsils at 7, appendix at 14, a cyst at the tailbone that would get major league infections removed at 21 and the grandaddy of all, a rare cancer tumor at 28 (that needed 2 operations and 7 weeks of radiation.) Then life was a series of infections, some more severe than others due to the radiation screwing things up in my leg. Then a broken femur, a hip replacement, and an exploratory surgery or two, then leg-begone in Oct. 2006. Through it all, I worked, raised a family, get knocked flat on my back only to get up and do it again until I got flattened again.

    So, I see the world differently. I may see it through humor, actually too much because it’s the only thing that keeps me going, but still don’t have that job I want at I-Hop. And I see it through personal set-backs only to get up and get knocked down again. (I have to stop doing that). My wife and I lost all four parents in four years. The last two weeks ago. But, this personal freaking merry-go-round of life really didn’t need my personal dismantling along with the dismantling of the greatest country earth has ever seen. I can’t do both.

  4. Yes, I had forgotten, or not realized the depth of your personal difficulties.

    That is because unlike Phoenician in a Time of Romans, who has disgustingly shared every boil on his ass and every fungal toenail and episode of depression he has experienced, you don’t trot your more serious physical battles out for sympathy or as an excuses, expect others to shoulder the burdens, or try and remold all other men’s lives into a comfortable support system for yourself, even though you and those like you would be among those most understandably likely to want to do so.

    So yes, I understand the reluctance to give up for dead the dream of social peace and relative amity which you once experienced. In a life of incessant personal challenges, that public world built by your ancestors, representing the stored capital of generations of forbears’ efforts, provided like the Church, a reference point and the promise of some psychological rest and respite.

    You wish to escape, justifiably and naturally so, from the traumas rained down on your self. The modern liberal wishes to escape from being a self altogether.

    You seek a realm of “love” in its broadest and least sappy sense of freedom and goodwill. The modern liberal seeks a world structured to enable it to feed its pointless and nihilistic spite on the destruction or appropriation of the lives of others and what those others have built.

    Your nostalgia is then, preferable to their nihilism.

    I’ll give you a pass for yearning for a time when God rather than entropy was commonly worshiped, and for seeing fallen fellow-men where I see only those who have deliberately “evolved” themselves beyond humanity and right reason into an (ys) altogether morally other.

    Let’s hope it is you whose hopes are right, and that something of the past can be salvaged before there is a necessity for confronting the post-human wantons of the left on the rubble of a civilization and the graves of a populace, that were too enervated to defend themselves when they had the chance.

  5. Just try to make sense of Obama’s willingness to negotiate with the rogue Iranian regime that held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days (1 year, 2 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days), supplied advanced IEDs and military advisers to terrorist insurgents in Iran which killed resulted in thousands of our troops being killed and maimed, and even now not only supports Bashar al-Assad in Syria while thumbing their noses at impotent US sanctions, and laughing in our faces as they edge closer to building an atomic bomb.

    The President will negotiate with Iranians, but he arrogantly refuses to negotiate with Republicans elected to the US House of Representatives.

    Anyone with such inverted priorities lacks the fundamental integrity and public convictions required to lead the nation. It’s past time for this shameful pretender to go.

  6. ropelight
    Saturday, 28 September 2013 at 14:05

    Just try to make sense of Obama’s willingness to negotiate with the rogue Iranian regime that held 52 Americans hostage for 444 days (1 year, 2 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days), supplied advanced IEDs and military advisers to terrorist insurgents in Iran which killed resulted in thousands of our troops being killed and maimed, and even now not only supports Bashar al-Assad in Syria while thumbing their noses at impotent US sanctions, and laughing in our faces as they edge closer to building an atomic bomb.”

    You ask rhetorically. In fact you know it makes perfect sense. Obama is more psychologically aligned with them than he is with Taxed Enough Already party members or Republican constitutionalists or anyone promoting or defending self-governance and personal responsibility.

  7. DNW:
    you don’t trot your more serious physical battles out for sympathy or as an excuses, expect others to shoulder the burdens,

    Ha, I’m more like that woman in the 60′s advert who would yell “Mother, PLEASE!, I’D RATHER do it myself.” We had a discussion on some of these things with some people I know and I said IT DIDN’T bother me if someone wouldn’t open or hold a door open, although about 80% do that. It’s like this, this is my situation, not anyone else’s. I live in this world with everybody, and a lot have troubles not so evident as a one legged guy is. So, if a door doesn’t get open or held, I just do it myself like the rest of the world does. Not a big deal.

    But my biggest bother right now is I feel like the world is collapsing around us. What sold to the country as the “smartest man in the world” is no better than if you opened the NYC White Pages at random and picked a name. At least Petri Dishes are more productive. (wouldn’t that send Perry through the roof :-) )

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  9. Sooooooooooooooo, it was BO who made the call to Iran. Even more depressing: ;-(

    Shoe Thrown at Rouhani After Historic Obama Call
    Saturday, 28 Sep 2013 09:35 AM

    A shoe was thrown at Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s motorcade Saturday as he arrived home to a mixed reception after his historic call with Barack Obama, an AFP correspondent reported.

    Iranian newspapers hailed the first contact with a US president in more than three decades as the ending of a long taboo.

    But his 15-minute conversation with the leader of a country long derided as the “Great Satan” was too much for some hardliners.

    Nearly 60 gathered outside Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport, chanting “Death to America” and “Death to Israel” as his motorcade passed.

    They were outnumbered by 200 to 300 supporters of the president chanting: “Thank you Rouhani,” who were separated from the protesters by a small contingent of police.

    The shoe was thrown as Rouhani stood up through the sunroof of his car to acknowledge the crowd. It failed to hit its target.

    The throwing of shoes is regarded as an act of contempt or protest. The act gained noteriety in 2008 when a protester hurled shoes at President George W. Bush during a press conference with then Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Bush dodged the attack.

    There have been no diplomatic relations between Tehran and Washington since radical students took hostages at the US embassy in the aftermath of the 1979 revolution.

    Dubbed the “nest of spies” by the regime, the old embassy site has since been the scene of annual commemorations which have been the focal point for hardline anti-US sentiment.

    The airport protest contrasted with the plaudits Rouhani received from the Iranian press for the historic telephone call.

    Rouhani told reporters at the airport that it had been Obama’s initiative to make the call.

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