Who Needs The Truth When A Lie Works Better?

Well it appears that I’m not the only one around these parts that’s had an EPIC fail of the writing muse to show up. There’s a lot and I do mean a lot to talk about lately, but dang if nothing really moved me until this came along: Tale Of Hub Teacher’s Job Struggle.

This outright lie in my opinion really shows how liberals feel in that any means is justified by the desired end result. Ogabelini really hiked up his skirt here and showed us all his deep red panties and what he’s capable of. A hallmark of tyranny is the use of misdirection, lies and “redirecting” the truth of information to support their goals. We certainly can call out the leftists on things like this, but in their minds that’s beside the point as there is a higher truth that must be served. In this case specifically, why was a lie necessary, there’s millions of citizens out there that are unemployed? Or was it necessary to create a fiction to demonstrate the public sector as being affected as much as the rest of the country. We all know that the public sector is where the largest job growth is occurring, yet Obama would have us believe they need the most/more ‘stimulus’ spending with bullshit tales. One would think with the first stimulus being an EPIC failure, that the lie of Keynesian economic theory would finally be dead. But nooooo….these fucks will take that to their graves as being an unassailable truth. It’s just that we haven’t reached the point where it kicks in. In other words there’s a magic number of dollars that’s needed to make it really work. Let them continue to lie, we the People are on to them and nothing will ever be the same in politics, EVER. Regardless of where we’re heading ultimately, a revolution in the way we govern ourselves is afoot, whether that involves violence or not, is up to the real Higher Power. The biggest loser in this prevarication is probably Mr. Baroz, the alleged struggling teacher. He was totally rolled by Obama in this, yet he believes it was ok because it spoke to that higher truth. Jeez, can’t he see he’s a whore as well as a useful idiot.

Who needs actual facts, when a lie will do? Liberals always seem to have an issue with the truth, they are desperate, angry people. The ‘New Camelot’ they expected to arise after the ‘history’ they made, turned into Mordor, replete with Sauron at the helm.


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    The ‘New Camelot’ they expected to arise after the ‘history’ they made, turned into Mordor, replete with Sauron at the helm.

    And therein lies the rub, oh yes.

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher growls and barks:

    Typical lying leftard, as most teachers are.

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    There’s something in their collective peanuts that causes them to believe that their sky pie system, infrastructure and distribution net is being ignored, refused, fought and otherwise held up by the “evil banker’s” unwillingness to abandon their collective ships. There’s not much rationale, but loads of entertainment.
    Police union vs broom jockey union. Place y’bets!
    They were always kinda’ close before,, ‘see how long it lasts on the scrimmage line.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    This is really how the brainwashed hordes see things:

    1. Obama is the Good Guy. He can’t help it if he’s tilting against windmills — he is Pure of Heart. He is the People’s Champion!

    2. Our economic troubles had SOMETHING to do [don’t bother me with the details] with Banks and Big Corporations. Let’s get those fuckers!

    3. All Republicans are racist, sexist, homophobes: mean, bigoted people who just want to keep [insert Victim Group Here] down. Who could POSSIBLY side with such Nazis? or even begin to consider their “ideas”? Like picking up a turd by the clean end? Never!

    4. The Media are Speaking Truth to Power, man. It’s a good thing they ARE on our side: they protect us from those Nazis getting into power, and call them on their nefarious deeds when they do! In fact, they don’t fight hard Enough.

    5. Our Side, the Peace/Love/Lightworker Side, is Good. All you other assholes are evil troglodytes. And all is fair in war, because this is a flat-out war between Good [the Left] and Evil [the Right]. We don’t want a balanced two-party system: why would we want Bad People in the government at all?

    6. The ONLY reason our socialist Utopia hasn’t worked out is that the Bad Guys [see above] have thwarted and sabotaged everything, all the time.

    7. America deserved to be hit on 9-11, because we’ve been invading and bombing everyone all over the place, and it was payback for us being an Imperial Power. And we know empires are Bad, because our professors filled our ‘minds’ with examples of the horrors of empire.

    9. Besides, it’s “jingoistic” to be patriotic. Didn’t somebody important say that patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel? THEREFORE, all patriots are scoundrels! [no, we didn’t take Logic 101; that’s a male discipline, you sexist, linear-thinking, uncreative pigs!]

    10. Christianity is the Worst Religion, because it oppresses the most people. Why? well, uh, Christians [‘Christendom’ is no longer permitted to pass anyone’s lips] have Bigfooted more Brown People than any other race! — uh, religion! Besides, they make too much money and have too much power: therefore, they’re evil.

    11. The only way to obtain money is to EXTRACT it from someone or something. And there’s a finite supply. So we will fight like junkyard dogs to grab some of the STASH. Because rich people got all that dough by EXTRACTING it from poor people! the swine.

    12. Finally, the World Owes Us. Because all people are precious in the eyes of … er, never mind that. But all people are precious, anyway! [Except the evil Republicans/bankers/Jews/white males, etc. They suck.] So we shouldn’t HAVE to work for a living. It’s not fair! I don’t wanna!

    Did I leave anything out?

    So, if that is their list of “ideas,” there are certain consequences. They will fight like junkyard dogs and feel utterly justified in using any means necessary [hell, that’s one of their slogans!] to win.
    –They have NO scruples about methods, truthfulness of any given accusation, whatever.
    –They are singularly impervious to persuasion, because the LEFT have recast all this as a battle between Good and Evil — their politics is their religion.
    –Unless they can be deprogrammed, like cult members, they’re going to keep going like cult members, and as history has shown, if you have tapped the Religious sector of the human brain, nothing will break through: not mass murder, not mass enslavement. Humans can take ANYTHING in stride if they’re True Believers.

    Think of the SS guards in the concentration camps. Dehumanize the prisoners, make them the object of your ideological hatred, and you can do anything to them.

    This is, above all, a war of ideas, of hearts and minds. So far, conservatives suck at it. We need to write off the hardcore pinkos, isolate them, and Attack! Attack! Attack! We don’t have to make stuff up, either: we have them dead to rights on a whole boatload of REAL issues.

    The hope I see is that the indoctrination of the great masses is really rather thin. Pierce the veil in a few places, and people will start to see through it. A lot of what the Left depends on is momentum: they keep throwing shite at the walls, too fast for patriots to scrape it off [and we never seen to fling it back at them]. Busying us with being on the defensive.

    At the Belmont Club, Wretchard posted a rather lengthy interview by Laurence O’Donnell with Herman Cain. Cain did wheel about and charge his tormenter a couple of times, but not enough. One of the commenters said that you could sum up the interview thus: “You’re not black enough for us white people; and what do you think of anal sex???” That’s about the size of it. That’s what we’re dealing with. The self-righteousness, the nastiness of O’Donnell was staggering: he openly demonized this man. Accused him of being an Uncle Tom because he wasn’t a civil rights activist in the 1960s. Demanded to know whether he supported homo “marriage.” And so on.


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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    This whole thing is disgusting and it really shows you how the MSM is in the tank for OBAMA. All of these groups are part of Obama’s reelection campaign and yet the MSM just ignores the fact and does not challenge the premise for the OWS riots. I feel like I am living in a George Orwell novel. I am waiting for Obama to declare Marshall law and declare himself dictator.
    . I have been trying to give the liberals facts about who is actually behind this movement but they of course are blind to the truth. I even have been banned from Huffington Post because I was showing them some facts.

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    spc67 growls and barks:

    Thomas Sowell really did a fine job capturing the looney mindset in his “Vision of the Anointed.”

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    I keep thinking about the short story by Francis Poretto, “When It Came” …

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    Draven32 growls and barks:

    Looks like the story you linked to has been memory holed.

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    rickn8or growls and barks:

    “President Obama spun a work of creative nonfiction…”

    Or, more succinctly, he fuckin’ lied.

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    My apologies, Mr. Draven – I didn’t link my reference but here it is now –


    We really should look into renting these guys for a week or so …

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Combine extreme narcissism, a lifetime of affirmative action non-judgementalism and marxist politics and your have the perfect storm of mental illness and disconnect from reality. Now reality can no longer be ignored. Obama has utterly failed in all ways – which has been true many times before, but then he moved on to a higher job, and everyone pretended that he had succeeded – the affirmative action response to an incompetent black man. There is no higher job, and there is no way to ignore his massive, unmitigated failures.

    My original diagnosis was:
    narcissistic marxist naif.
    I stand by it. He may well descend into further Red Queen style madness. Narcissists are very mentally fragile.


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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    h/t Canada Free Press

    One of the most remarkable acts of journalism in the wake of Barack’s election is found in an article by Scotsman Gerald Warner, titled “Barack Obama inauguration: this Emperor has no clothes, it will all end in tears.” On a day when another article ominously asks, “Is US Economy Flirting With ‘Modern-Day Depression’?”—a few excerpts are apropos here:

    “This will end in tears. The Obama hysteria is not merely embarrassing to witness, it is itself contributory to the scale of the disaster that is coming. What we are experiencing, in the deepening days of a global depression, is the desperate suspension of disbelief by people of intelligence—la trahison des clercs—in a pathetic effort to hypnotize themselves into the delusion that it will be all right on the night. It will not be all right.

    It is frightening to think there is a real possibility the entire world economy could go into complete meltdown and famine kill millions. It is questionable whether the present political system can survive the coming crisis. Whatever the solution, teenage swooning sentimentality over a celebrity cult has no part in it. The most powerful nation on earth is confronting its worst economic crisis under the leadership of its most extremely liberal politician, who has virtually no experience of federal politics. That is not an opportunity but a catastrophe.

    These are frank, even ungracious, words: they have the one merit that, unlike almost everything else written today about Obama, they will not require to be eaten in the future.”

    Doubtless Barack is over his head as president, in every measure of the concept. Whether he employs this as a plan to topple America from greatness—as some claim, or that he is simply an incompetent nincompoop, too selfish and irresponsible to care the damage he does—is now irrelevant. But it is important to understand that Barack never rose to the challenge of becoming a great leader—as many prophesied of him—or even a competent one. Instead, he simply crumpled to the ground, clutching his knees while morphing into a human fetal fossil, never having grown a metaphorical inch before quitting. Therefore, he really is a person who parachuted into his position—to use Pelosi’s metaphor—who has no natural ability to do anything required for leadership, save read a sandwich board.

    Obama has clearly drunk deep of socialist and Marxist philosophy during his life which he admitted to Joe the Plumber and others that he really believes. If the goal of any self-respecting socialist is to foment revolution in any manner possible to bring about a Marxist state—Who are we to refuse to believe his sincerity when his actions seem to inevitably lead to socialist sabotage over any other possible theory?

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    Kudlow Exclusive- Jack Welch: I Want to Take This Administration Out

    Let me come back to some of the current events of the day. President Obama had a lengthy news conference today, over an hour. Among the many points he made, I want to get your take on this, he is endorsing the Senate Democrats’ idea of a 5.6 percent surtax on millionaires. And the president also indicated, however, that other tax increases would still be necessary to fund the budget. Do we need a millionaires tax? Will it help the economy grow? And the whole tax plan, how do you see it?

    Mr. WELCH: Will this–will this tax be on income or wealth?

    KUDLOW: I think it’s going to cover capital gains, dividends and ordinary income, as far as I know, take effect in 2013.

    Mr. WELCH: Well, look, I think we ought to go back and look at what he’s done so far, Larry. He put a stimulus bill in, $785 billion, whatever it was. It did nothing. Now, let’s look at what he projected. He projected we’d have 6.2 percent unemployment in October 2011. We’ve got 9! Larry, if you’re in a business and you miss by that much, somebody’s calling you in for a chat.

    KUDLOW: And, in fact, his whole plan is doubling down. Now…

    Mr. WELCH: Same plan.

    KUDLOW: …the financing, it’s more spending. I don’t want to prejudge it, but it’s more spending, and it’s temporary tax rebates or temporary tax credits. It didn’t work for George W. Bush, it didn’t work for Barack Obama 1. Why should it work for Obama? 2. Isn’t there a better way? We all know the economy is in lousy shape and it’s faltering, as Bernanke said. Jack, with your experience, what’s the better way to grow this economy?

    Mr. WELCH: I would say you start out with discretionary spending. It’s 1.3,

    1.4 billion. Eight hundred and fifty of it’s defense, 450 is total discretionary. Take 25 percent of the 450, that’s $100 million, 90 or so. Take 5 percent of defense, that’s 50…

    KUDLOW: Take it out of the budget?

    Mr. WELCH: Take it out of the budget.

    KUDLOW: Right.

    Mr. WELCH: Take–but reduce it, not from projections, actual take it out.

    KUDLOW: Level. The level.

    Mr. WELCH: The level we’re at.

    KUDLOW: Right.

    Mr. WELCH: Take it down. That’s a billion-three or a billion-five—a trillion-three or a trillion-five over 10 years. That’s one step, OK? Step number two, freeze regulations.

    KUDLOW: Right.

    Mr. WELCH: Freeze them. This Senator Johnson thing…

    KUDLOW: President Obama mocked the Republican freeze on regulations at the press conference today. I just want to put that in. He mocked.

    Mr. WELCH: He’s shown no ability to lead. Let’s talk about that. But let’s just take this point. Let’s just take freezing regulations until we get unemployment below 6 percent. So, you know, we–just freeze them. The third thing, entitlements. Go after means testing. Lower the age for those below 50. Increase the age till they can get it. Means test. I shouldn’t be getting Social Security. I shouldn’t be getting Medicare benefits at the level I’m getting them. I mean…

    KUDLOW: This would provide some confidence, is what you’re saying, right?

    Mr. WELCH: Larry…

    KUDLOW: Let me come back to taxes. Is it time to raise the tax rates on the

    upper income?

    Mr. WELCH: There’s nothing that says it should.


    Mr. WELCH: All it is a transfer payment.

    KUDLOW: Right.

    Mr. WELCH: Take it from one hand, give it the other hand. Doesn’t work.

    KUDLOW: And I think a lot of people are skeptical. So you raise taxes on millionaires, which sounds good. `Hey, get the millionaire. I’ll feel better if a millionaire gets hurt.’ It’ll be spent on spending. It won’t be used for debt reduction. Isn’t that the possibility here?

    Mr. WELCH: Everything’s going to be spend on spending.

    KUDLOW: Yeah.

    Mr. WELCH: I mean, they are spenders. They believe government should do more. They don’t believe jobs come from the private sector. They believe government creates jobs. That’s just a fundamental difference.

    KUDLOW: So another part of his news conference today, he was asked about the so-called Wall Street Occupiers, the Wall Street protesters, that’s going on around the country and predominantly here but not only here. He expressed a lot of sympathy for that group. And I want to ask you, those guys are against the banks, they’re against financial institutions, they’re against a lot of things to do with capitalism. Are we going to live through a period of kind of left-wing populism where we’re bashing millionaires and billionaires, we’re bashing banks, we’re bashing corporations, we’re bashing Wall Street, we’re bashing, you know, Bank of America for raising its debit card fees. Is that the way this election period is going to go? And how’s it going to affect the economy?

    Mr. WELCH: Well, that’s all bad news. But it would be solved if we had jobs.

    KUDLOW: Mm-hmm.

    Mr. WELCH: I mean, these people have a case. Unemployment at 9 percent. The president promised 6 percent, Larry, in October of ’11. That’s—nobody goes back and looks at the pledge they made.

    KUDLOW: Where did it fail? Where did that plan break down?

    Mr. WELCH: Shovel-ready jobs. People were ready to go, but we had a couple things wrong. Davis-Bacon wages, that changed the class structure. Buy America. A lot of these jobs–and with a penalty if you didn’t. So a lot of these jobs, they weren’t ready. From the cup to the lip was a much bigger distance. And then to put regulations on top of the stimulus.

    KUDLOW: So how do we stop this demoralization, to use Governor Christie’s word? How do we get back to the Steve Jobs optimism, entrepreneurial model of economic growth? It worked for Jobs, it worked for this whole country. How can we preserve that spirit of Steve Jobs?

    Mr. WELCH: Larry, companies–I just had a review of my 12 companies in the last week–they’re on fire. They’re growing revenues at 7 percent average, the 12 companies. Their EBITDA is up double digits, strong double digits in some cases. This economy doing more with less is not good for jobs because it’s not growing fast enough. It’s growing at a 1 to 2 percent range. We got to get it to 3 to 4, and that’s unshackling this government away from it. When I take out 25 percent of the discretionary spending, the same way we did in GE 20 years ago, guess what it does? You give them a soft landing, you take care of the people who are injured. You–we’ve got a balance sheet to do that. But when they come to work, they don’t come to work and say, `What can I do today?’ It’s when they come to work they cause problem, not the cost of them.

    KUDLOW: And you’re sending a signal. There’s a confidence signal…

    Mr. WELCH: Yeah. And we’re going to unshackle business.

    KUDLOW: All right. So unshackling business, reforming the corporate tax code, freezing regulations. Some tough spending measures from Jack Welch. Who fits the bill for all this in the Republican presidential primary sweepstakes right now? Who are you backing? Can you tell me?

    Mr. WELCH: Yeah, I’m backing Mitt Romney. Now, whether or not he takes the whole platform, because I want to drill, too. I want to drill on nongovernment land and I want to get royalties from that that are going to help lower the deficit. And I want to have by 2020 total energy independence not from renewables. I want to still support renewables. You don’t stop that, but I want to really unleash the energy-driven sector in this economy.

    KUDLOW: I thought Romney was a greenie. He flirted with cap and trade when he was the governor of Massachusetts.

    Mr. WELCH: I said he may not follow my whole platform.

    KUDLOW: What about–what about Governor Perry. Last question, what about Herman Cain, who’s actually going to appear on the show later?

    Mr. WELCH: I hope Herman Cain’s serious. I don’t think he’s serious. I think he’s got a book tour he’s on, OK, and…

    KUDLOW: Well, I’m going to ask him that.

    Mr. WELCH: Yeah.

    KUDLOW: OK, I’m going to ask him if that’s the case.

    Mr. WELCH: Well, that’s one…

    KUDLOW: But if he were serious, could you back him?

    Mr. WELCH: I’m afraid he’s not electable, and I’m afraid–I think–I think Romney, by the way, will have more trouble in the primary than he will in the general.

    KUDLOW: So you’re looking for a defeat of Obama?

    Mr. WELCH: I want to take this administration out. They don’t understand how to create jobs. They don’t understand to grow this–America is on fire. America is still the greatest country in the world. And we have everything going for us except a government that is not supportive of capitalism.

    KUDLOW: All right. I hear you. We’ll leave it right there. Mr. Jack Welch, former CEO of General Electric and just a famed businessman and adviser.