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Who contributed to the $7 Trillion deficit????  

I am not getting the whole thing of this blame game. It seems we are all getting rapped up in this bubble of twisting facts. For the past week I  visited GOP sites  to  have a feel of  other people ‘s views  on issues, especially those who disagrees with me and my opinion.

Unfortunately, the reckless spending, Nazis, Hitler, Socialist, Death Panels, birthers, is all I got.

So I decided to go round and Interview all . My Question was, who  contributed to this deficit that seem to have shifted to animals that never played part in this share? My first stop was with the dogs.

Here are the answers I got. Enjoy. 

Dogs ( Non Political affiliates) they can go either way as long as they are treated well. Also If you sell yourself well they will give you a vote. I stopped by Mr What a f…k  just leave me alone. I am so disgusted with politics says the English Bull dog. His name was James.

English-Bulldogpepper_pug2_jpg_w450 Then I met Grand ma Lucy the pug above. She just shook her head. She is just so suprised how Americans forget that fast. She told me she was independent, and very disgusted with politicians.jakecropped

Well  Jake the dog says; ” Do not blame the dogs, We have nothing to do with the deficit. We kept warning these guys with their reckless spending on staged  Iraq war.” But both parties do not listen to independents, they only want our votes, but not our opinion. So screw them.

Ask Bullwinkle the Banks Customers.

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 Well I know dogs would pick on me because no one wants to turn them into stew, with the bull…t of selling me credit cards with high rates.

I wish I could rob the bank and then line up for federal funding, like the Bank officials did.

  “ask Rodrigo the ground hog: Immigrants

if it is not the dogs or Harriet the bullwinkle, then who created the $7 trillion deficit. Was it Rodrigo the ground hog ( Mexican Illegal Immigrants?

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Ground Hog :- Illegal Immigrants

Well Rodrigo the ground hog says:  “no way,do not blame.  I was hired to work on the farms and construction companies. I worked long hours, and my pay was close to nothing. My wife worked for the big elephant ( Mitt Romney) as  a baby sitter.  She baby sat baby elephants.Baby elephant  My cousin Pedro the hog worked for another elephant.

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The only crime I made was to cross illegally. But then i was caught working illegally, and was put in jail.

 I dug under the cells to try to escape but was caught and was deported . The proof is right here. The pic of me in prison.

ground hog no 2 caught 006Well, Although I was jailed and deported, I was hired by the same people who are puting blame on me. Mostly I paid my medical bills by cash. I was hired to build their homes and  to dig their garden , and leased me out at a high cost,  I was only paid $3/hour. So do not blame me for the Deficit . Ask the Wall street the bear, I saw most of them hanging out with my boss. The bear will give you answers.

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Here is what Wall Street the Bear had to say; “Well Do not blame me, I am just the lobbyst, I donate millions to politicians for their campaign, together we know how to swindle the nation. You can not blame us because we are just in business of the greed and rewarding ourselves hefty bonuses. We love it.

Proof is here my friends: http://www.forbes.com/2009/01/28/wall-street-bonuses-business-wall-street_0128_bonuses.html

And here : http://community.nytimes.com/comments/www.nytimes.com/2009/01/29/business/29bonus.html

But wait a minute, we do not do this by ourselves. This helps our dear  Self Righteous Elephant( GOP). Ask him. actually the big elephant did more damage to this country . The elephants were in power the past eight years, and yes we the bears worked with them to swindle this country. Apart from our heft bonuses, how about the war in Iraq? Was’nt  it staged by the elephants?

Check this out: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-925270800873130790

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The elephants  made very irresponsible moves, apart from going to bed with the wall street, he took us to war.

Here is what the Elephant  ( Chenney) had to say,  Wait a minute Bear the wall street, YOU HAVE TO DIE WITH A “NO“.

Cheney accuses Justice Dept of bending to politics in investigating terror interrogators

‘Gentle men’, says the elephant above; we know how to play the scare game. Let us blame all this mess on the Donkey. Trust me, he will not fight back. We have to paint him “NAZIS“, we have to call him “Hitler“, we have to paint him as a “SOCIALIST”,we also have to create a fake birth certificate, to prove that he is not a born US citizen. Paint him as a bad guy for this country. Make sure you vote “NO” to any bill he tries to bring forward. Paint him as a big spender. You will be amazed of how people will turn against him. Target the soft donkeys in both congress and senate.

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That is our game, to shift blame on others. Eventually, the deficit will be blamed on the donkey, and we shall be free, and back in power. Hurray!!!

With all the blame and name calling the donkey is keeping  it cool with a simple smile, taking one step at at time to clean up the mess created by the above culprits!!!!!!!

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Fiscal Conservative” Cut spending. Does this sound familiar?  Current GOP SONG????????????

Socialist, Hitler,Nazi and  many names  targeted at the the president who only took office on January 20 2009.. Shameful ,Shameful.

Below is comment from some one who is paying attention to politics.

George W Bush killed hundreds of thousands of people with his phony war in Iraq, destroyed the economy, ruled with arrogance and catered only to his “base” while lowering taxes for the wealthy. If a condemnation is in order then the “pastor” has much to choose from in the case of Mr. Bush and his record. However, since the pastor and Bush appear to be of the same political and faith based agenda, then the current President will continue to undergo further attacks by fundamentalist wackos”

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Sorry guys, I tried to stay away from talking politics , but this issue is hard for me to ignore.  I thought  I could close my eyes and not read anything political, but I was greeted every morning on my way to work by these guys standing at every coner of the street. Yes they look like democrats right?Elephants and Donkeys 071 It was too much that I started taking pictures of the dress code. 

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I will show you more as I go on.

For a long time New Jersey as been populated with the donkeys and  known to be a blue state.  But wait a second, not the entire New Jersey is blue.  Where can you find elephants? follow me…….
I am sure you are all  aware that, New Jersey primary elections are on and  heating up on  the Republican side .

We  shall know by the end of the day which elephant african-elephant2Elephants 1

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is going to face the121474-Jamaican-Donkey-0  Donkey.

Ouch the Elephants aaa_elephantare killing each other for  Governor office, State Senate ,NJ State assembly and Freeholder slots.

The problem is that, the elephants are trying to fool voters with the dress code as they line up across the state. The dress code is amazingly misleading.

I am sure , this game seem to work for  the elephants in Warren County. Elephants are reliazing that voters are more likely to vote Democrat than Republican.  So they decided to dress themselves in blue, standing at every coner of the road like below.

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In the mean time donkey_kickDonkeys are gearing up to face the challengers.Elephants and Donkeys 058

 

 

In Warren County, where  minority are Democrats,  and still fighting  for change in this County, as you can see in the picture they are few, but tough enough to fight for change for Warren County. The good part is  they know it is un up hill, but they are’nt giving in.

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Warren and Hunterdon Counties so dominated by Holy me the King without sin,  if you know what I mean.

 

Within New Jersey there is a portion called Warren and Hunterdon Counties in North West Jersey close to PA heavily dominated by the Holy Holy Elephants happy-elephant-01known to dress in red. elephants_kids_shirt-p23555213628630993834ej_525 Intersting stuff. One would think Elephants would be happy to campaign with their own logo and Color “red” since they think being an elephant is so cool and holy. But oh no you are in for a suprise what I am going to show you in a second. Naughty me.

Check the signs. What do you think? Elephants or Donkeys?

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Then Marcia Karrow running for Senate  plays double faced check in places with the far right she lines up with a cute red dress,  in areas with more independent mixed up with few donkeys, she quickly picks her blue dress

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 Karrow is now standing with a big smile at this coner in a blue  dress, weaving at people like myself , VOTE FOR ME  iam a donkey too.Elephants and Donkeys 032

You now see the reason I took pictures right?

 For sometime I  wondered why the two parties picked the symbol for elephant and Donkey for logo, in addition to Red and Blue color respectively. I found very cool stuff that I will share later, but for now, I just would like to share my observation, since I am paying a lot of attention to current affairs and my environmental changes around my community.

With my search I found this definition very interesting ,

The Democrats think of the elephant as bungling, stupid, pompous and conservative — but the Republicans think it is dignified, strong and intelligent. On the other hand, the Republicans regard the donkey as stubborn, silly and ridiculous — but the Democrats claim it is humble, homely, smart, courageous and loveable.”

Well said.

One would think  New Jersey is highly  populated with Dr Donkey121474-Jamaican-Donkey-0 

Wait a minute except  Warren and Hunterdon counties District 23, where Chris Christie ,now running for Governor, with his Republican opponents, Steven Lonegan and Rick Merkt. Who ever  wins the primaries on Tuesday June 02 , will face off with the current democratic governor Jon Corzine. 

Running for NJ State Senate,  Micheal Doherty and Marcia A Karrow both Warren and hunterdon County residents, where the elephants are populated.  For Warren County FreeHolder, there are two slots that have been dominated by the elephants.  Everet A Chamblin, who is running for re-election is going to face Democrat challenger Adam Fittings and for one year term  Tod Theise is challenging the elephant that will win the primary battle.

elephant 2         Four  Elephants are fighting for one year unexpired. Elephants are like ants running for this office.

Here are the names of contenders:  Betty Schultheis ( Republican), Jason Joseph ( Rep) ,Richard Mach and Angelo Acceturo. Four of them and grinding each other to death for un expired Freeholder slot.

The winner will face a New born Warren County Democrat ( former Republican) Tod Theise in November. The rest positions are all Republicans in Warren county. They control everything, and I am told Diversity is not highly welcome in this county.

So sad. But the few donkeys that are being born are standing up for change. I am proud of this small group.

In conclusion , I would say, although Warren and Hunterdon county is dominated by Republicans ,with very few aaa_donkeydonkeys   ,dancing to the tunes of  aaa_elephant

elephants, t hey are geared to fight for change.

The proplem is that, the elephants keep thinking they are the  center of the universe and deserve the kingship. The elephants keep under estimating donkeys ‘s ability to fight back. They totally forgot how they got globered on Nov 4 2008, by that one.

Donkeys are still pushing for change in this area, and may crush the Elephants that seem to bully few donkeys like this: 

Ouch Ouch !!!!!!! one day like Nov 4 2008


I received this special invitation from the Obama Committee. On top of that I also received a Christmas Card that  had the president elect Obama and the incoming first lady, and vice President Biden and his wife.

I am so humbled by this special invitation.

I feel so special, honored, due to the that a nobody like myself can honestly receive this special invitation from the Obama committee. I had tears roll on my face.

 I head this invitations were only one million according  to  what I read ,

“Emmett Beliveau, the executive director of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, said that Precise Continental, Mr. Donnelly’s 26-year-old printing company, had won the bid to produce one million gold-and-black engraved invitations for the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama”.

So I am one of the 1 million. I really feel so special.

My hard work was actually recognised.It has paid off. I feel so proud of myself in taking part of last year presidential elections.

Election day was a busy day for me, I volunteered to go door to door knocking on people’s doors to get them out to go vote. I gave rides to older people who were walking to the poll

I would like to  thanks all volunteers that made this historical election possible. I knew we could do it. I had no doubt about it.

This is a big honor for me, It means a lot. I will definately share this with my children  and  I will frame my invitation.

Thanks to the OBAMA TEAM, all the volunteers and all those who made a contribution to the Obama Campaign. I  salute you all.

Lastly, to our elected President Obama, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU.

GOOD LUCK MR President as you lead this great nation with integrity, we love you.

There are  many challenges with your new job, but we will all be there to go through the challenges this nation is facing .

I love this Great nation.

YES WE DID IT.


 

Does it mean American women is 49 states are proving themselves to be intangled into gender issues, than the most pressing issues in this country at this momnent? Well, folks open your eyes and see what the women close to Sarah are saying. He may be a reformer to you, but listen to the horses mouth.

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Alaska Women Rally Against Palin And Are Threatened


Sunday digest

Sept 14 2008

Writen By: Guerilla Media Xchange and Bilia

McCain And Palin Proud of Iraq war. Is It a war really to be proud of?

During an August 5, 2007 GOP Presidential debate televised on ABC Television, John McCain stated that, “it’s naive to say that we will never use nuclear weapons.”  This objectively terrifying comment fell by the wayside as McCain plummeted in the polls and seemed an electoral afterthought after Giuliani, Romney and even Huckabee ascended as leading candidates.  Now that the maverick Senator from Grand Canyon country has risen from the ashes to stand as the Republican candidate for President, this statement assumes a new and exigent relevance to the American people.

Even the most cursory examination of McCain’s pathology clearly indicates that he is both practically and ethically predisposed to do so.  When asked about whether evil exists and, if so, how should it be addressed at the Saddleback Forum, John McCain answered without hesitation “yes” and “it must be defeated.”  Trust me.  He was talking in terms of military might, not effectual fervent prayer.  This is classic John McCain.  He tends to see things in black and white.  He has neither the time nor the patience for nuance.  As evidenced by the summary selection process by which he selected his running mate (not to mention his second wife Cindy), the former bomber pilot assesses the situation in short order and takes instantaneous action.  Factor in a temper so volatile that McCain’s fellow GOP Senator and longtime friend Thad Cochran felt compelled as a matter of conscience to warn the voting public of his volcanic demeanor and you can see disaster looming just over the horizon.  

Try as he may to assume the role of heir apparent to the Reagan legacy, make no mistake – McCain is no Ronald Reagan in matters of war and peace.  For all Reagan’s public bluster, his actions proved time and again that he was committed at his core to winning the Cold war through economic and ideological means.  In McCain’s case, it is just the opposite.  At his core, he is still at war with both himself and his former captors.  His attempts to dialogue about reconciliation with our enemies are at best strained.  Yet his eyes dance with a manic glee and he is never at a loss for words when discussing the success of the surge.  It is instructive to ask yourself how many times McCain has mentioned the word “war” while on the campaign trail.  Then ask yourself how many times he has uttered the word “peace” during this same period.  The result of this accounting is as lopsided as it is valid in predicting McCain’s bloody path as President.

As if this preexisting appetite for destruction wasn’t enough cause for concern, consider that the Bush administration has shepherded the development of a new generation of what they call “usable nukes.”  According to former UN Weapons Inspector Scott Ritter, these new weapons are far more limited in scope than their Cold War predecessors.  The existing policy governing their use provides that in the event of an imminent significant loss of American troops in the field, usable nukes may be delivered to stop advancing enemy forces.  As Ritter points out, the potential consequences of letting the nuclear genie out of the bottle are disastrous.  Our enemies would almost certainly retaliate in kind and we could expect the unthinkable – a nuclear attack on our nation’s soil.  To most Americans, the concept of usable nukes is oxymoronic at best.  To John McCain, this concept represents a more efficient means to achieve a swifter victory.  

Moving on to McCain’s better-half, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, we are presented with a commensurately combustible ingredient for our Armageddon goulash.  Despite the fact that this self-styled “pit bull with lipstick” has been portrayed as a paragon of Christian orthodoxy, Palin is steeped in a particular brand of end-times theology that views a nuclear holocaust as not only inevitable, but a fulfillment of God’s plan for Christ’s return.  Her pastor has spoken and written extensively on this topic, going so far as to proclaim that Alaska has a crucial role as a refuge for those believers caught up in the coming conflagration.  As an Evangelical Christian, I have met, confronted and ultimately walked away in abject disgust from far too many such types.  

Alaska Women Reject Sarah Palin Rally in Anchorage

Let me be clear – this cultic teaching has absolutely nothing to do with Christ’s call to his people to live in peace with their fellow man and love their neighbors as themselves.  Quite the opposite, it is little more than a cheap charade to justify all manner of nonsense from radical societal separation along racial lines to a cottage literary industry that has spewed forth reams of mediocre futuristic fiction.  Theology notwithstanding, it lends definition to Palin’s world view — a view that can be distilled down into the bumper sticker sloagan “kill’em all and let God sort it out.”  

The unpalatable truth that cries out for telling is that end-timers like Sarah Palin share a uniquely disturbing similarity with the most maligned factions in the Islamic community.  No less than Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has made it clear that he envisions a horrific conflagration with the West as the catalyst for raising the legendary “Twelfth Imam” out of the well in which he has been hiding for over a millennium.  Upon the Imam’s return, the world will be shown the true path of Islam and order will be restored.  The thought of two theological dead-enders like Palin and Ahmadinejad attempting to negotiate a peaceful outcome to the ongoing Iranian nuclear dispute is inconceivable.  More likely, they would end up locked in mortal combat to see which one of them could best hasten God’s will for the destruction of humanity.    

And in the mind of John Mccain as president is more wars

A McCain/Palin victory this November puts in play personal pathologies and theological imperatives that bring our nation closer to a nuclear holocaust than ever before.  Paraphrasing McCain’s own broadside to Barack Obama’s patriotism, American voters must ask themselves the following question: whether a McCain/Palin administration would rather win a war they are losing than avert nuclear annihilation of a significant segment of humanity.  In all honesty, I can’t answer this question in the negative with any degree of confidence.  And that is one among many reasons why I cannot in good conscience give them my vote.

 



Palin: Wrong Woman, Wrong Message

»by: Gloria Steinem, The Los Angeles Times

    Sarah Palin shares nothing but a chromosome with Hillary Clinton. She is Phyllis Schlafly, only younger.

    Here’s the good news: Women have become so politically powerful that even the anti-feminist right wing – the folks with a headlock on the Republican Party – are trying to appease the gender gap with a first-ever female vice president. We owe this to women – and to many men too – who have picketed, gone on hunger strikes or confronted violence at the polls so women can vote. We owe it to Shirley Chisholm, who first took the “white-male-only” sign off the White House, and to Hillary Rodham Clinton, who hung in there through ridicule and misogyny to win 18 million votes.

    But here is even better news: It won’t work. This isn’t the first time a boss has picked an unqualified woman just because she agrees with him and opposes everything most other women want and need. Feminism has never been about getting a job for one woman. It’s about making life more fair for women everywhere. It’s not about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that. It’s about baking a new pie.

    Selecting Sarah Palin, who was touted all summer by Rush Limbaugh, is no way to attract most women, including die-hard Clinton supporters. Palin shares nothing but a chromosome with Clinton. Her down-home, divisive and deceptive speech did nothing to cosmeticize a Republican convention that has more than twice as many male delegates as female, a presidential candidate who is owned and operated by the right wing and a platform that opposes pretty much everything Clinton’s candidacy stood for – and that Barack Obama’s still does. To vote in protest for McCain/Palin would be like saying, “Somebody stole my shoes, so I’ll amputate my legs.”

    This is not to beat up on Palin. I defend her right to be wrong, even on issues that matter most to me. I regret that people say she can’t do the job because she has children in need of care, especially if they wouldn’t say the same about a father. I get no pleasure from imagining her in the spotlight on national and foreign policy issues about which she has zero background, with one month to learn to compete with Sen. Joe Biden’s 37 years’ experience.

    Palin has been honest about what she doesn’t know. When asked last month about the vice presidency, she said, “I still can’t answer that question until someone answers for me: What is it exactly that the VP does every day?” When asked about Iraq, she said, “I haven’t really focused much on the war in Iraq.”

    She was elected governor largely because the incumbent was unpopular, and she’s won over Alaskans mostly by using unprecedented oil wealth to give a $1,200 rebate to every resident. Now she is being praised by McCain’s campaign as a tax cutter, despite the fact that Alaska has no state income or sales tax. Perhaps McCain has opposed affirmative action for so long that he doesn’t know it’s about inviting more people to meet standards, not lowering them. Or perhaps McCain is following the Bush administration habit, as in the Justice Department, of putting a job candidate’s views on “God, guns and gays” ahead of competence. The difference is that McCain is filling a job one 72-year-old heartbeat away from the presidency.

    So let’s be clear: The culprit is John McCain. He may have chosen Palin out of change-envy, or a belief that women can’t tell the difference between form and content, but the main motive was to please right-wing ideologues; the same ones who nixed anyone who is now or ever has been a supporter of reproductive freedom. If that were not the case, McCain could have chosen a woman who knows what a vice president does and who has thought about Iraq; someone like Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison or Sen. Olympia Snowe of Maine. McCain could have taken a baby step away from right-wing patriarchs who determine his actions, right down to opposing the Violence Against Women Act.

    Palin’s value to those patriarchs is clear: She opposes just about every issue that women support by a majority or plurality. She believes that creationism should be taught in public schools but disbelieves global warming; she opposes gun control but supports government control of women’s wombs; she opposes stem cell research but approves “abstinence-only” programs, which increase unwanted births, sexually transmitted diseases and abortions; she tried to use taxpayers’ millions for a state program to shoot wolves from the air but didn’t spend enough money to fix a state school system with the lowest high-school graduation rate in the nation; she runs with a candidate who opposes the Fair Pay Act but supports $500 million in subsidies for a natural gas pipeline across Alaska; she supports drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Reserve, though even McCain has opted for the lesser evil of offshore drilling. She is Phyllis Schlafly, only younger.

    I don’t doubt her sincerity. As a lifetime member of the National Rifle Assn., she doesn’t just support killing animals from helicopters, she does it herself. She doesn’t just talk about increasing the use of fossil fuels but puts a coal-burning power plant in her own small town. She doesn’t just echo McCain’s pledge to criminalize abortion by overturning Roe vs. Wade, she says that if one of her daughters were impregnated by rape or incest, she should bear the child. She not only opposes reproductive freedom as a human right but implies that it dictates abortion, without saying that it also protects the right to have a child.

    So far, the major new McCain supporter that Palin has attracted is James Dobson of Focus on the Family. Of course, for Dobson, “women are merely waiting for their husbands to assume leadership,” so he may be voting for Palin’s husband.

    Being a hope-a-holic, however, I can see two long-term bipartisan gains from this contest.

    Republicans may learn they can’t appeal to right-wing patriarchs and most women at the same time. A loss in November could cause the centrist majority of Republicans to take back their party, which was the first to support the Equal Rights Amendment and should be the last to want to invite government into the wombs of women.

    And American women, who suffer more because of having two full-time jobs than from any other single injustice, finally have support on a national stage from male leaders who know that women can’t be equal outside the home until men are equal in it. Barack Obama and Joe Biden are campaigning on their belief that men should be, can be and want to be at home for their children.

    This could be huge.

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    Gloria Steinem is an author, feminist organizer and co-founder of the Women’s Media Center. She supported Hillary Clinton and is now supporting Barack Obama.

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