Still Looking for One Single Solitary Difference Between Ogabe and Ogamney

And still having no luck whatsoever. “Oh, but he’s going to do something to lower gas prices!” Really? (h/t Cold Fury):

When lieutenant governor Kerry Healey, a fellow Republican, called for suspending the state’s 23.5 cent gas tax during a price spike in May 2006, Romney rejected the idea, saying it would only further drive up gasoline consumption. “I don’t think that now is the time, and I’m not sure there will be the right time, for us to encourage the use of more gasoline,” Romney said, according to the Quincy Patriot Ledger’s report at the time. “I’m very much in favor of people recognizing that these high gasoline prices are probably here to stay.”

Sounds an awful lot like something GröFaZ Ogabe would have said, doesn’t it?

He won’t oppose OgabeCare effectively because he can’t, having bloody well invented it, he won’t “say outrageous things about the president” (meaning: he won’t criticize him at all, since any serious criticism of Ogabe is, by its very raaaaacist nature, “outrageous”), he was in favor of TARP and KneeCap’nTrade, he has no problem with porkulus and he’s on the record as stating, publicly, that the current 19% real unemployment, high inflation socialist hell that we live in is “a recovering economy.”

Now explain to us, one more time, just what the everloving FUCK it is that he’s supposed to be running against Ogabe on, because it’s not at all clear to us.

“But he’s just saying that to gull the gullible ‘moderates!’ Just wait until he’s president, then he’ll completely change!!!1!!11!!”

You know what? You may actually have a point there. Obamney’s advisor Eric Fehrnstrom:

Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom is not overly concerned [about Obamney appearing ‘too right-wing’ in the primary to attract conservatives, and perhaps losing ‘moderate’ support in the general as a result — Emp.M.], though. On Wednesday, he expressed confidence the campaign would hit the “reset button” after the nomination and redraw Romney as a moderate candidate.

“Everything changes,” he explained on CNN, “It’s almost like an Etch A Sketch. You can kind of shake it up and we start all over again.”

He’ll likely change, alright.

After all, that’s the only thing the duplicitous, narcissistic, Oval Office-horny, lying, plastic son of a bitch has been consistent about his entire political career: Not holding any given opinion for longer than it takes for him to realize that the people he’s speaking to now would like a different one better.

But if anybody seriously, honestly thinks that he’s going to tack further to the right (correction: It should read: “that he’s going to tack to the right at all for the first time in his useless, pestilent career”) then His Imperial Majesty has a rather rare collection of chicken teeth and frog hairs that he’d like to sell you for a super reasonable price.

But I realize that it’s futile at this point. Ever since it became public that the only one currently in a position to knock Plastic Fantastic off his perch doesn’t much like pr0n (something that the other candidates are on the record as saying too, not that it matters, obviously), it would appear that the entire activist right wing have decided that they’ll rather have four more years of Ogabe/Obamney than risk having a president who says mean things about goatse.

Enjoy the pr0n as the United States that you once pretended to give a shit about sinks beneath the waves.

P.S.: No, His Imperial Majesty couldn’t care less about how much Malaysian Midget Pr0n you, your neighbor or anybody else wants to look at and no, His Majesty is not in favor of outlawing pr0n or even the whole notion of any government trying to outlaw that or any other free expression of speech. But he refuses to get the vapors, reach for his smelling salts and let Ogabe/Obamney take over the whole fucking show since

1) being ‘against pr0n’ is really very, very safe, generally speaking. Unlike people with blisters on their palms who get tube socks delivered by the pallet load, the vast majority of voters really don’t consider not being in favor of ‘Cooter, Cooter Uber Alles’ as our national anthem in the least bit controversial. WHICH IS WHY EVERY FUCKING CANDIDATE FOR OFFICE HAS SAID SO AT SOME POINT.

2) There have been ‘Wars on Pr0n’ to varying degrees ever since it was invented, yet it’s still around. It’s called the First Amendment, that’s why. Going hysterical that somebody is going to take your cooch shots away because he says something that is utterly non-controversial when nobody, nobody has been able to before (and most didn’t even bother to try, knowing full well that they’d fail) is so far beyond pathological paranoia that we’re at a lack of words. But if you truly, honestly do believe that Santorum is going to drop the economy, national security, energy supplies, jobs, inflation and Bob knows what else so he can focus on his Crusade Against Bare Boobs™ exclusively, then you should do what you feel that you need to do.

Priorities. At least your dystopian, socialist future will include pr0n. And Val-U-Rite.



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    ‘Wonder how he stands on rippin’ tags off’a pillows,, thass important too..

    ‘Kinda’ strayin’ the topic,, but, does anybody think this important ?

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    The Lone Haranguer growls and barks:

    He won’t come after our porn, at least right away. First he has to bring the prostitutes to their knees! :em05:

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    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    They glide slope we’re on now we won’t make it to the election. Summer is going to be very, very hot.

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    BigDogg growls and barks:

    Tinfoil prediction:

    It really won’t matter who the fuck the Rep. candidate is … fucking Bob Dole will be able to beat Zero if gas prices stay high or continue to climb. In another few months, even the food-stamp crowd is going to notice that their welfare dollars ain’t able to buy shit anymore … ‘cuz the increased fuel costs will hit (and be passed along) in every step from the farms to the grocery stores. Obama will realize that even his core Dem-plantation constituency is in jeopardy. We’ll start to see more “urban” utes conducting flash mob assaults & robberies, at the not-so-local mom and pop convenience stores, and some shop keeper will use a gun to stop them. Then we’ll see another TRAY-von circus … then Obama and the left’s race-baiters will use the “Occupy” model to start a race war before the elections. Zero declares martial law, and suspends the elections indefinitely.

    I don’t give a shit what color they are … if they come at me or mine, I’ll drop ’em. Everyone looks green through a night-vision scope.

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    LC Gladiator growls and barks:

    President Obama’s Hall of Blame
    by Keith Koffler on March 23, 2012, 9:18 am

    President Obama has passed the buck to others – mainly George W. Bush – for no less than 13 problems that characterize his presidency, suggesting time and again that his own policies are not to blame for his difficulties and he is simply doing the best that can be done with the cards he was dealt.
    Even so, Obama is aggressively staking a claim for successes for which Bush shares significant or nearly all responsibility, including increased drilling for oil and natural gas, the end of the Iraq War, and the killing of Osama Bin Laden.

    What follows is a roster of Obama’s efforts to assign blame for 13 problems that prevail or have faced him during his presidency. In several cases, the quotes here are just one or two of many that show Obama passing the buck on a particular issue.

    Oil Prices
    “The key thing that is driving higher gas prices is actually the world’s oil markets and uncertainty about what’s going on in Iran and the Middle East, and that’s adding a $20 or $30 premium to oil prices.”
    – March 23, 2012

    “Obviously, we wish Solyndra hadn’t gone bankrupt. Part of the reason they did was because the Chinese were subsidizing their solar industry and flooding the market in ways that Solyndra couldn’t compete. But understand, this was not our program per se. Congress–Democrats and Republicans–put together a loan guarantee program.”
    – March 22, 2012

    “When I came into office there has been drift in the Afghanistan strategy, in part because we had spent a lot of time focusing on Iraq instead. Over the last three years we have refocused attention on getting Afghanistan right. Would my preference had been that we started some of that earlier? Absolutely. But that’s not the cards that were dealt. We’re now in a position where, given our starting point, we’re making progress.”
    – March 14, 2012

    “When I took office, the efforts to apply pressure on Iran were in tatters. Iran had gone from zero centrifuges spinning to thousands, without facing broad pushback from the world. In the region, Iran was ascendant.”
    – March 4, 2012

    The Economy
    “We’ve made sure to do everything we can to dig ourselves out of this incredible hole that I inherited.”
    – February 23, 2012

    The Deficit:
    “We thought that it was entirely appropriate for our governments and our agencies to try to root out waste, large and small, in a systematic way. Obviously, this is even more important given the deficits that we’ve inherited and that have grown as a consequence of this recession.”
    – November 9, 2011

    “When I first walked through the door, the deficit stood at $1.3 trillion, with projected deficits of $8 trillion over the next decade. If we had taken office during ordinary times, we would have started bringing down these deficits immediately.”
    – February 1, 2010

    The Debt:
    “Look, we do have a serious problem in terms of debt and deficit, and much of it I inherited when I showed up.”
    – August 8, 2011

    “I inherited a big debt.”
    – March 29, 2011

    “We inherited the worst recession since the Great Depression, a banking system on the verge of meltdown. We had lost 4 million jobs by the time I was sworn in and would then lose another 4 million in the few months right after I was sworn in before our economic policies had a chance to take root.”
    – May 10, 2011

    The BP Gulf Oil Spill
    “In this instance, the oil industry’s cozy and sometimes corrupt relationship with government regulators meant little or no regulation at all. When Secretary Salazar took office, he found a Minerals and Management Service that had been plagued by corruption for years –- this was the agency charged with not only providing permits, but also enforcing laws governing oil drilling.”
    – May 27, 2010

    Decline of the nuclear stockpile
    “Among the many challenges our administration inherited was the slow but steady decline in support for our nuclear stockpile and infrastructure, and for our highly trained nuclear work force.” (This one was offered up on Obama’s behalf by Vice President Biden).
    – January 29, 2010

    The Election of Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.)
    “The same thing that swept Scott Brown into office swept me into office. People are angry, and they’re frustrated. Not just because of what’s happened in the last year or two years, but what’s happened over the last eight years.”
    – January 20, 2010

    “I took office at a time when many around the world had come to view America with skepticism and distrust. Part of this was due to misperceptions and misinformation about my country. Part of this was due to opposition to specific policies, and a belief that on certain critical issues, America has acted unilaterally, without regard for the interests of others. And this has fed an almost reflexive anti-Americanism, which too often has served as an excuse for collective inaction.”
    – September 23, 2009

    The Financial Crisis
    “We inherited a financial crisis unlike any that we’ve seen in our time. This crisis crippled private capital markets and forced us to take steps in our financial system — and with our auto companies — that we would not have otherwise even considered.”
    – June 1, 2009

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    emily_nelson growls and barks:

    So when is open season? Will there be an election in Nov.?

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    GamerFromJump growls and barks:

    I don’t see anything about Romney taking terrorists and raceturbators as mentors. Nor has anyone made the case for his having an active hate on for America.

    So there’re a couple of differences.

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    LC Getalis, Imperial Czar of Pharmacology growls and barks:

    Romney won’t have a black supremacist as Attorney General. And I highly doubt he’ll continue Bongo’s habit of nominating 200-pound lesbian socialists to the Supreme Court.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    And there’s this, from Michael Tanner at the National Review:


    For the second time this month, Congress has passed a short-term continuing resolution and avoid a government shutdown. And for the second time, this was accomplished at the cost of dropping a provision that would have prevented the use of government funds to implement Obamacare. It raises the question, then, of just how committed the Republican leadership really is to killing Obamacare.

    It is worth remembering that House Republicans did NOT include the cutoff in health-care funding as part of their original CR proposal. It was added as an amendment after a mini-rebellion by House conservatives. And the leadership was quick to jettison it at the first sign of Democratic objection. Now it appears that House Republican leaders have blinked yet again.

    Apparently it is more important to keep the government open than to stand up against the most massive threat to limited government and individual liberty in recent history.

    In fact, one wonders what the Republican leadership is doing to stop Obamacare. Sure, they took a vote to repeal it. But since there was no chance that a repeal bill could get through the Senate and past a presidential veto, the vote was mostly symbolic.

    Since then, what have Republicans done? There was another vote calling for various committees to propose an alternative health-care reform. Where is it? Where are the votes on proposals to kill some of the more unpopular aspects of the health-care law? What about the individual mandate? The employer mandate? The new taxes? What about CLASS Act, the long-term care program? Even Secretary Sebelius says that it won’t work as currently structured. Why has there been no vote to repeal that?

    Cutting off funding for Obamacare now is all the more important because the administration is pushing full speed ahead on implementation. And the sad fact is that Obama is all too often being aided by Republicans.

    He then details ALL THE WAYS the “Republicans” are implementing the monstrosity: ALL the Rep. governors except those of Florida and Alaska have accepted the federal funds to start this massive cancer.

    we are so fucked, people

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Re Romney: God almighty, can’t we get another Goldwater when we need one????? Someone with Palin’s principles and Christie’s quick wit?

    Of course, the Leftwads disemboweled Goldwater. With their usual viciousness. My parents had an LP by the “AuH2Os,” titled SONGS TO BUG THE LIBERALS. Those seemed like more innocent days, but who did we end up with? Lyndon Johnson, who put his name on the civil rights act in order to, as he put it, “get those nig***s to vote Democrat for the next 200 years.” And pushed the Great Society legislation, and cheated like a Chicagoan in elections, and so on.

    They’ve been rancid for a loooooong time. Just think of the rapist in Arlington Cemetery under the eternal fucking flame. An honor guard for a serial rapist.

    The only reason to vote for Romney is to slow the collapse. If he’s flying a Republican flag, he can’t be as openly hostile to America as the bastard in the White House, which will make him SOMEWHAT LESS DAMAGING.

    As far as voting for garden-variety Republicans goes, I swear our only hope is to vote in more TEA Party candidates, and make the case that WE are the revolutionaries: America, AS America, is the most radical experiment in human governance ever attempted, and the ONLY nation founded on the principle of maximum personal liberty to each CITIZEN.

    Y’all notice how NO one in gubmint, including “our” guys, ever uses the terms Nation and Citizen any more? Telling, that. Instead (and Bush started this), they talk about “the people” and “the homeland,” like Mitteleuropa socialists, harking back to the Continental idea of “blood and soil.” Not the AMERICAN ideals of citizens who belong to a nation by virtue of believing in and defending her founding IDEALS and PRINCIPLES.

    They stopped teaching Civics in junior high school in the 1960s, even in the South. There was a reason for that. Our enemies have been chewing the timbers of our nation like termites for a long, long time.

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Obama motors (Government Motors) new tag line – Chevy Volt – building a better toaster….. :em01:

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    Mark12A growls and barks:

    LC Light29ID says:

    They glide slope we’re on now we won’t make it to the election. Summer is going to be very, very hot.

    Prevailing wisdom, spoken quietly and privately.

    I think you can look for the shit to hit the fan first in Chicago. Unarmed populace, the police completely demoralized by a corrupt and incompetent leadership, and infestation by labor unions and NSDWP thugs. They even re-elected one of their demothugs who had been (I think) indicted for corruption. Plus, it’s the home to SCOAMF’s peeps. Occutards going against gangbangers with SEIU thugs pushing them forward. CPD, carry extra mags or think about retirement…

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    LC Cheapshot911, Dept. of Redneck Tech says:

    ‘Kinda’ strayin’ the topic,, but, does anybody think this important ?

    Yes, potentially extremely.

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    LC Light29ID says:

    They glide slope we’re on now we won’t make it to the election. Summer is going to be very, very hot.

    As above, yes, potentially extremely. For the same reason.

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    Cannon Fodder growls and barks:

    Just saw this over at Moonbattery ….

    (in-ep-toc’-ra-cy) — a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.