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Monday, August 06, 2012

WND column

Willard is Even Worse

There is no question that Barack Obama, assuming that is his real name, is a bad president, a bad American and a bad man. Unfortunately, there are a number of reasons to believe that as bad as Obama has been, the Republican alternative being offered in November, Mitt Romney, will actually be a good deal worse.

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99 Comments:

Anonymous Lord Balfour August 06, 2012 4:57 AM  

You are Satan's Voice!
Wherever we stand, It should be with Zionist, British Masonic Israel!!

Blogger Shimshon August 06, 2012 4:57 AM  

Vox, I'd say your hypothesis was confirmed. When do you hand Farah notice?

Anonymous VD August 06, 2012 6:01 AM  

Vox, I'd say your hypothesis was confirmed. When do you hand Farah notice?

Yep. I have no plans to change anything at the present.

Anonymous Rantor August 06, 2012 6:08 AM  

Like kicking a hornet's nest. I am impressed by the number of WND folks who fully or somewhat agree with you. They may not hanker for economics but they are interested in politics. Keep writing, keep kicking, as long as a few people are paying attention there is hope.

Blogger Shimshon August 06, 2012 6:31 AM  

I have no plans to change anything at the present.

That's great, because enjoy your column, MPAI or not.

Anonymous Stilicho August 06, 2012 6:39 AM  

I was surprised that you narrowed the discussion of Captain Underoos' shortcomings to the two broad areas that generally cover why he's worse instead of the more detailed takedown the Ilk have seen from their favorite AWCA on this site. Was it just a matter of word limits or were there other considerations?

Anonymous VD August 06, 2012 6:43 AM  

Was it just a matter of word limits or were there other considerations?

Just keeping it simple for the stupid. Even the average individual can comprehend that Romney works harder than Obama, that he hasn't said anything about domestic drones or targeting Americans for assassination, and conservative disappointment with the Bush administration.

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler August 06, 2012 6:59 AM  

Now, that you have "Obama is bad" followed by the "Willard will be more bad", you will have to write the sequel---"The Experiment called 'America' has failed". You have to explain that to Americans. Why don't you take a statistical approach, how many good Monarchies has there been to bad monarchies. And then a comparison, how many Monarchies have betrayed their people compared to modern psuedo-republics that are betraying their people?

Or how about the failure of Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevism? America is a part of this ideological conspiracy. How about the sequel?

Anonymous Roundtine August 06, 2012 7:03 AM  

People never think about how their vote affects their own party. Romney will own the GOP if he wins, it's how it works. Given the timeline of the crisis and how things may play out, a good case can be made that a vote for Romney is a vote to destroy the GOP and freedom in America. From the election of GWB it took 10 years for the Tea Party to emerge. If Romney wins, conservatives can wait until 2018 or 2022 before they'll have any influence again.

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler August 06, 2012 7:13 AM  

What you didn't talk about is the Immigration issue. Romney and Obama both agree on Immigration! Mitt and Hussein will both give amnesty to Illegals. Reagan did as well! Reagan gave a massive amnesty to Mexicans!

I would take the time that people here join Numbers USA, a grassroots lobbying effort to curtail immigration! Make your voice heard.

Numbers USA

The battle is demographics.

Anonymous TheExpat August 06, 2012 7:17 AM  

For comparison, could you tell us what, if anything, got removed from each of the articles during the WND edit process, or if they sailed through as is?

Anonymous VD August 06, 2012 7:22 AM  

I don't think anything was removed from either one.

Anonymous Holla August 06, 2012 7:36 AM  

You know what, Vox?

As painful as it is, the great modern artists (from Hemmingway to Arvo Part) have found that the constraints of the minimalist aesthetic have allowed them to reach new heights of artistic achievement.

Your medium may just be the pithy, dunderheaded polemic.

Anonymous Baseball Savant August 06, 2012 7:37 AM  

Wait a minute! I see what you are doing here!

Blogger Nate August 06, 2012 7:47 AM  

Still... that whole line about Obama handing out assault rifles... that was gold. effing... gold.

Anonymous Faust August 06, 2012 7:47 AM  

I was talking to a buddy of mine from Europe, and telling him more or less what you said in your column. And he said, "Well who are you going to vote for on election day?"

And I said "I'm going to stay home and cry softly to myself."

We're doomed.

Anonymous Stilicho August 06, 2012 7:54 AM  

Or how about the failure of Judeo-Masonic-Bolshevism?

Judeo-bankster-bolshevism. Fixed it for ya. It is rather amazing just how well aligned the interests and goals of the banksters and the statist/socialist/globalist crowd are. One would almost suspect that there was a common element.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 7:59 AM  

The comments on wnd are an awesome combination of hysterical and stupid.

Anonymous Salt August 06, 2012 8:00 AM  

Just keeping it simple for the stupid

Your lowbrow improved. Buckley would be ashamed.

Well done.

Anonymous JartStar August 06, 2012 8:14 AM  

They're rolling out the supreme court defense. Didn't they just see that Bush's guy betrayed them?

Anonymous Anonymous August 06, 2012 8:18 AM  

The parallel ruts of Democrat-Republican, the current mandated false dichotomy, is going to remain fairly static until things get bad enough to force people to change their paradigms. Unfortunately, like it or not, bad times are coming to an economy near you.

Regards,
David Smith

Anonymous Rantor August 06, 2012 8:18 AM  

Yes and Bush tried to get a liberal woman on the court before he found Roberts, the no-longer-crypto Liberal with a big fat socialist L.

Anonymous Nah August 06, 2012 8:24 AM  

"Has Mitt Romney ever decried Obama’s assassination of Americans or declared that he will end the use of military weapons such as drones inside America’s borders? Has he ever shown any concern for the constant encroachment on American liberties that has continued through the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations? Is there any reason to believe that his policies on these vital matters will be any different than the Bush-Obama policies? No. But there will be a difference in how Republican politicians react to those policies depending upon who is in the White House."

Another perspective on this, however, is that press complicity in Presidential actions is more significant than what Republican politicians do. With Obama as President, the press keeps silent on drone strikes, etc. With Romney as President, the press will be loudly screaming about drone strikes and other encroachments on American liberties. Thus from this standpoint it is possible to prefer Willard as President.

"The second reason is that Mitt Romney is a hard worker."

Eh, the system is so sclerotic than one can doubt that even a hard worker can change it.

Blogger Exarch August 06, 2012 8:33 AM  

LoL -- that is all

Blogger Joshua_D August 06, 2012 8:33 AM  

71 comments so far. Awesome.

Blogger tz August 06, 2012 8:42 AM  

It echoes what I wrote in response to last weeks post. Having a devil who is bad at being a devil is worse than having a devil who is efficient at doing bad.

Blogger Tank August 06, 2012 8:55 AM  

I feel guilty even reading this.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 9:01 AM  

Vox, why do you hate america and israel?

Anonymous JartStar August 06, 2012 9:06 AM  

The column to me seems to read that Romney isn't bad, but rather good and hard working but very ignorant and misguided.

Blogger Joshua_D August 06, 2012 9:37 AM  

JartStar August 06, 2012 9:06 AM

The column to me seems to read that Romney isn't bad, but rather good and hard working but very ignorant and misguided.


I think that's what's know as "bias", or a reading problem. "Good" is only used in the column to point out how ungood both Romney and Obama are.

Anonymous Vidad August 06, 2012 9:44 AM  

What a great way to start the day.

(104 rounds of golf claps)

Anonymous Buck Swamp August 06, 2012 9:49 AM  

America is truly doomed!

Anonymous Orion August 06, 2012 9:50 AM  

@Jartstar

I wouldn't let a talented but uninformed teenager run a business. Why be disposed to let someone clever but completely wrong headed run the country? Carter anyone?

Anonymous Orion August 06, 2012 9:58 AM  

The first twenty comments looked far more aware than the majority of the electorate. If the electoral base was closer to them we'd be better positioned to start the long slow road to recovery.

Anonymous Just Curious August 06, 2012 9:58 AM  

How many planes and helicopters do various government agencies own? What is worse about an unmanned drone?

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 10:02 AM  

Vox's expertise in economics aside, I take comfort in the fact that he usually is wrong about politics. "Hard-working" Mitt may yet surprise us by being far more "conservative" than Vox imagines.

As I recall, Ann Romney asked Mitt, "Can you do it?" meaning, "Can you actually turn the country around and make it better? If not, don't bother running for POTUS." Romney said "Yes, I can."

I wouldn't underestimate Romney's ability to turn it around. [Mormon leaders aren't known for being ineffective on the job.]

I know at least one guy who knows Romney, who has sat down and talked with him, one-on-one. He says Romney is a real asshole, who won't change his opinion or say what you want to hear, just because you're prepared to give him millions of dollars. (My friend was prepared to do just that.) Romney already has millions of dollars. He can't be bought. He wants a legacy of "saving America".

My source is a trial lawyer who wanted Romney to vouchsafe supporting the 7th amendment. (The 7th what? I had to ask.) He wanted Romney's assurance that he would NOT support any federal law proscribing "frivilous" lawsuits.

Romney said, "I don't think people should be able to sue [McDonalds] over a hamburger." (I agree with Romney on that.) My friend didn't.

Romney may be "bad". But he is a hell of lot better than the current POtuS.

Anonymous The other skeptic August 06, 2012 10:08 AM  

Willard may be Worse, but would the administration engage in another false flag operation (the Sikh Temple shooting) in order to rally the white female vote?

Beware of those who claim to have good intentions.

Blogger Hoomby August 06, 2012 10:10 AM  

Hilarious! Obama is bad. Bad. BAD!! It must be depressing to have your hypothesis confirmed about the readership; but I still enjoy the Mario Draghi jabs.

Anonymous III August 06, 2012 10:11 AM  

That's right Good Will. Romney will restore our republic, our constitution, our liberty, remove us from foreign entanglements, stop global welfare, rescind all executive orders...

Yep. Status quo.

In other words, he will build the kingdom upon the foundations his predecessors.

You know nothing.

Blogger Hoomby August 06, 2012 10:13 AM  

Hilarious! Obama is bad. Bad. BAD!! It must be depressing to have your hypothesis confirmed about the readership; but I still enjoy the Mario Draghi jabs.

Blogger Hoomby August 06, 2012 10:13 AM  

Hilarious! Obama is bad. Bad. BAD!! It must be depressing to have your hypothesis confirmed about the readership; but I still enjoy the Mario Draghi jabs.

Anonymous Daily Kos August 06, 2012 10:13 AM  

Mr. Day,
As you may know, we're branching out into cable news, and would very much like you to consider hosting a slot on political and economic news.
Best Regards,
Not necessarily the Kos

Anonymous JartStar August 06, 2012 10:20 AM  

@Orion and @ Joshua_D

Vox can correct me if I’m wrong but my reading of this column is that Romney will not be a bad president because of his wicked, sinister intentions and deep seated evil nature. Rather for some of the reasons that could make him a success in other areas, like being a good CEO, a dedicated and hard worker, and surrounding himself with likeminded individuals.

He’s “bad” but for different reasons than Obama.

Anonymous Noah B. August 06, 2012 10:21 AM  

"They may not hanker for economics but they are interested in politics."

Which seems incredibly strange. I guess the problem is that so many people see economics as something abstract with little direct bearing on their lives, when exactly the opposite is true.

Anonymous patrick kelly August 06, 2012 10:24 AM  

Vox, thanks again for the fine Monday morning comedy and entertainment. You sure jerked their chain, hilarity ensues, God Bless America !!

Anonymous jay c August 06, 2012 10:24 AM  

OMG! What a bunch of freaking retarded lunatics posting at WND!

Anonymous VD August 06, 2012 10:28 AM  

"Hard-working" Mitt may yet surprise us by being far more "conservative" than Vox imagines.

Thus speaks the Mormon. The Black vote of the GOP. Don't be ridiculous, Will. He'll stab the Mormons in the back every bit as badly as George W. stabbed the evangelical Christians. And he won't even hesitate to do it.

Anonymous Heh August 06, 2012 10:28 AM  

"What a bunch of freaking retarded lunatics posting at WND!"

That has been true since, oh, 1998 or so (the first time I looked at it - not sure when it was created).

Anonymous JartStar August 06, 2012 10:34 AM  

He'll stab the Mormons in the back every bit as badly as George W. stabbed the evangelical Christians. And he won't even hesitate to do it.

So my reading was wrong. You believe that for all of his posturing as a good Mormon family and businessman in his heart lurks a sinister politician hellbent on the accumulation of power for whatever his nefarious goals might be?

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 10:36 AM  

Thus speaks the Mormon. The Black vote of the GOP. Don't be ridiculous, Will. He'll stab the Mormons in the back every bit as badly as George W. stabbed the evangelical Christians. And he won't even hesitate to do it.

All while wearing magic underoos

Anonymous Heh August 06, 2012 10:36 AM  

"Hard-working" Mitt may yet surprise us by being far more "conservative" than Vox imagines.

You are right to put "conservative" in scare quotes. Mitt will never be conservative - he will, at most, aspire to be "conservative" (meaning, a hair to the right of the crazy Leftist orthodoxy of the moment).

Blogger IM2L844 August 06, 2012 10:50 AM  

Which ever way it goes, this election is going to be a wash. No opportunity for real change until 2016 which will, of course, be the most important election EVAH!

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 10:54 AM  

III August 06, 2012 10:11 AM
That's right Good Will. Romney will restore our republic, our constitution, our liberty, remove us from foreign entanglements, stop global welfare, rescind all executive orders...

Yep. Status quo.

In other words, he will build the kingdom upon the foundations his predecessors.

You know nothing.


I don't expect Romney to accomplish much.

But I DO believe Romney's Mormon background and leadership experience are his best (read: only) significant qualifications.

He's smart, but his "smarts" won't be enough.

And he's certainly not "conservative".

What makes Romney different (I hope) is his leadership experience in the Mormon church and his personal and religious heritage. (The very thing most evangelicals fear, but they shouldn't.)

Romney's religious base has a history of telling the U.S. to "go to hell". The Mormons even left the U.S. in the 1840s in order to practice individual and collective economic, religious and political freedom. (Mitt's dad was born in Mexico for that reason.) So Mitt knows a little bit about the "John Galt" experience.

However, Mormons aren't "anti-American" or unpatriotic. They believe in an America as it was originally intended (not the America we now have). Mormons venerate the U.S. Founders almost as much as they do their prophets and apostles. In fact, they lump them all into the same category: inspired men (and women) of God.

The Mormon Church is PHENOMENAL about staying out of debt, managing finances, farms and factories, and putting people to work. The Church governs its resources and properties VERY WELL. (Mitt knows this. He has actively participated in and led these programs his whole life.) The Church devolves power to the local level, whenever and however possible, and requires those who receive assistance from the Church to WORK.

If he can push America to be more like the Mormon Church in the economic sense, he will have done a GREAT work.

Blogger IM2L844 August 06, 2012 11:01 AM  

The two things I fear most from Romney the most is that he will be influence too much by his church and that he will not be influenced enough by his church.

Anonymous III August 06, 2012 11:02 AM  

If he can push America to be more like the Mormon Church in the economic sense, he will have done a GREAT work.

The "economic sense" in America is impossible. Maybe he'll pull some debt free FRN's out of his magic underwear and pay back those trillions?

"Hmmm... okay, who do we owe?"

Blogger IM2L844 August 06, 2012 11:02 AM  

bring back the edit function!

Anonymous JartStar August 06, 2012 11:06 AM  

Good Will,

Keep in mind that Vox gave up all hope for America over a decade ago and left. He may very well be right, but his cynicism about anything good in the USA politically is legendary even by Gen-X standards. For what it’s worth I don’t besmirch your hope for Romney and I pray that you are right. I’ve read through his 87 page economic plan and while it has its flaws, it’s far better than anything Obama’s team has put out.

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 11:07 AM  

VD August 06, 2012 10:28 AM
"Hard-working" Mitt may yet surprise us by being far more "conservative" than Vox imagines.

Thus speaks the Mormon. The Black vote of the GOP. Don't be ridiculous, Will. He'll stab the Mormons in the back every bit as badly as George W. stabbed the evangelical Christians. And he won't even hesitate to do it.


You're right about that, Vox. The only thing I AM confident of is that Romney won't (egregiously) violate his religious heritage or principles (unlike Hairy "Bent-Over" Reid, another Mormon who is as compromised and unrighteously-principled as any minion of Satan).

I'm pleasantly pleased -- and sadly apprehensive -- that Romney has made it this far. If he does well (and I'm not confident he'll be effective), good for him and good for U.S.!

But if he's not...if he turns out to be another back-stabbing, compromising, liberal wolf in sheep's clothing who only adds to the current crisis, then to hell with him. He'll only besmirch the image and character of the Mormon Church (if it can be "besmirched" any more than it now is).

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 11:10 AM  

IM2L844 August 06, 2012 11:01 AM
The two things I fear most from Romney the most is that he will be influence too much by his church and that he will not be influenced enough by his church.


Perfectly summarized. Thank you.

Anonymous Just Curious August 06, 2012 11:11 AM  

VD, why Italy. I would think Europe is even more screwed up then the states and will/have achieved economic hell long before the US.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 11:16 AM  

The mormon hamster is strong with this one.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 11:23 AM  

VD, why Italy

1) bunga bunga parties
2) gucci
3) prosecco
4) prosciutto
5) buffalo mozzarella
6) soccer teams who do an inordinate amount of prancing and flopping

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 11:26 AM  

Josh August 06, 2012 11:16 AM
The mormon hamster is strong with this one.


You are too funny!

Anonymous VD August 06, 2012 11:36 AM  

I would think Europe is even more screwed up then the states and will/have achieved economic hell long before the US.

Europe won't go crazy with economic hell. They're used to it. The USA will be a freak-out of historically epic proportions. Italy is essentially pre-collapsed.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 11:39 AM  

The USA will be a freak-out of historically epic proportions.

USA! USA! USA!

We're number one!

Anonymous patrick kelly August 06, 2012 11:46 AM  

JartStar:"I’ve read through his 87 page economic plan and while it has its flaws, it’s far better than anything Obama’s team has put out."

Yeah, it slows the trainwreck heading for the cliff from 82mph to 78mph. Woopdedoo....

Any plan that does not immediately cut spending and increase revenue enough to stop borrowing and actually pay down the debt doesn't mean squat, and it's probably mathematically impossible to do anyway. There are no fairies or magic unicorns that are going to fart rainbow money out of their asses for you. Anyone who promises it is a liar, ignorant, or deluded, and anyone who believes them is deceived.

Anonymous Josh August 06, 2012 11:55 AM  

If he can push America to be more like the Mormon Church in the economic sense, he will have done a GREAT work.

So he's going to get rid of immigrants and minorities until whites are 90% of the population?

He's going to eliminate unwed births, single moms, and divorce?

He's going to make women stay at home to be wives and mothers?

He's going to promote large families?

Blogger Spacebunny August 06, 2012 11:56 AM  

The mormon hamster is strong with this one.

I was thinking the same thing while I was chuckling over his comment.

Anonymous Kickass August 06, 2012 12:02 PM  

Why? Time is a wasting....preach the Gospel. All else is talking color with the blind.

Anonymous Mr. Nightstick August 06, 2012 12:29 PM  

Does Vox's cynicism cloud his judgment at times?

Anonymous Stilicho August 06, 2012 12:46 PM  

There are no fairies or magic unicorns that are going to fart rainbow money out of their asses for you. Anyone who promises it is a liar, ignorant, or deluded, and anyone who believes them is deceived.

I take it you are a deflationist.

Anonymous Heh August 06, 2012 12:51 PM  

There are no fairies or magic unicorns that are going to fart rainbow money out of their asses for you.

Sure there are.

The problem is, at some point farmers will stop accepting rainbow money in exchange for food, merchants will stop accepting rainbow money in exchange for goods and services, the Chinese will stop accepting rainbow money in exchange for manufactured goods, etc. etc.

Blogger JDC August 06, 2012 12:58 PM  

Wow...you did it. You sir have got the biggest balls of them all. Funny thing...rereading Mere Christianity, and came upon a the bit where Lewis states that the world (or maybe it was country) needs Christian Economists. We do indeed.

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 1:29 PM  

Josh August 06, 2012 11:55 AM
If he can push America to be more like the Mormon Church in the economic sense, he will have done a GREAT work.


So he's going to get rid of immigrants and minorities until whites are 90% of the population?

The "average" Mormon (world-wide) is a single, divorced, Spanish-speaking woman with four kids.

If he follows the LDS model, he will NOT impede immigrants or minorities from coming to the U.S. He will support compassionate, regulated and lawful immigration -- but not "open borders". He will probably propose "amnesty" of some sort, with caveats and previsos (including supervision and sponsorship, penalties, quotas, etc.) for those who are here already.

He's going to eliminate unwed births, single moms, and divorce?

No. But he will speak in support of traditional marriage and wholesome family values, including chastity, while setting the example. (Not even God can govern the ungodly. Give Romney a break.)

He's going to make women stay at home to be wives and mothers?

Absolutely not. (This isn't LDS policy, but LDS culture.) There's a boat load of government programs that could be eliminated if we followed this principle.

He's going to promote large families?

By example, yes.

Blogger James Dixon August 06, 2012 1:38 PM  

> He will probably propose "amnesty" of some sort, with caveats and previsos (including supervision and sponsorship, penalties, quotas, etc.) for those who are here already.

If so, the caveats and previsos (I assume you mean provisos) will immediately be watered down by congress in order for it to be passed at all, and completely ignored by the INS once passed. And later "officially" removed by executive order when the next democrat gets in office.

Blogger Joshua_D August 06, 2012 1:40 PM  

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Anonymous Noah B. August 06, 2012 2:27 PM  

"Italy is essentially pre-collapsed."

So is Arkansas.

Anonymous JohnS August 06, 2012 2:34 PM  

Damn! 133 comments and counting on the wnd page. Looks like you really riled the dummies up with this one...

Anonymous Gen. Kong August 06, 2012 3:10 PM  

Good Will: Vox's expertise in economics aside, I take comfort in the fact that he usually is wrong about politics. "Hard-working" Mitt may yet surprise us by being far more "conservative" than Vox imagines.

As I recall, Ann Romney asked Mitt, "Can you do it?" meaning, "Can you actually turn the country around and make it better? If not, don't bother running for POTUS." Romney said "Yes, I can."

I wouldn't underestimate Romney's ability to turn it around. [Mormon leaders aren't known for being ineffective on the job.]

I know at least one guy who knows Romney, who has sat down and talked with him, one-on-one. He says Romney is a real asshole, who won't change his opinion or say what you want to hear, just because you're prepared to give him millions of dollars. (My friend was prepared to do just that.) Romney already has millions of dollars. He can't be bought. He wants a legacy of "saving America".

My source is a trial lawyer who wanted Romney to vouchsafe supporting the 7th amendment. (The 7th what? I had to ask.) He wanted Romney's assurance that he would NOT support any federal law proscribing "frivilous" lawsuits.

Romney said, "I don't think people should be able to sue [McDonalds] over a hamburger." (I agree with Romney on that.) My friend didn't.

Romney may be "bad". But he is a hell of lot better than the current POtuS.


GW, you LDS bias is in showing here. Willard is no different than 'Dingy Harry' Reid - apart from being an arguably more efficient criminal. His record in MA is plain and there for all to see who care to look - unadulterated vampire-squid socialism. He is merely another in the long line of spokesmen, hustlers and teleprompter-readers who do the bidding for the Satanic elite who control the entire regime and economy of the west. Willard will sign onto every single thing that D'Won has promised for his second term at the teleprompter (ammesty, gun control, more bankster looting, police state, Obama-Romneycare, etc.). The only thing he's interested in "saving" are the vampire-squid oligarchs who enabled him to enrich himself in the thieves', swindlers' and looters' economy they control. The Repuke party is a total and complete fraud. Its primary purpose is to serve as a phony opposition party to deflect the time, money and energies of potential opponents to the oligarchy. Voting in a federal "election" is no different than voting in the "elections" held in the old Soviet Union (which had over 90% turnout, BTW). There is no actual political opposition in the Banksta Banana Republick. The minute one begins to surface and organize, it is infiltrated and turned to the agenda of the vampire-squids (the so-called tea-party being a more recent example). The sooner the regime collapses, the better.

Anonymous Gen. Kong August 06, 2012 3:28 PM  

VD: Don't be ridiculous, Will. He'll stab the Mormons in the back every bit as badly as George W. stabbed the evangelical Christians. And he won't even hesitate to do it.

Yes and no. The Mormons are much like the Marxist-Sodomite controlled Roman Catholics when it comes to open borders, the national question, and big government in general - though they tend to prefer the war/police-state model for Der Staat advocated by Lowry and his pals at NRO. Willard will gladly stab the LDS rank-and-file in the back over the Sodomites (who he backed all the way in MA) and abortion. Many Mormons are fond of the second amendment. As your article mentioned, Mittens is if anything more dedicated to its abolition than Hussein is.

Anonymous Gen. Kong August 06, 2012 3:46 PM  

Note Mitten's stance on Chick fil-A. If he's really such a stalwart LDS guy, it makes me wonder if the LDS is run by a similar gang to the one presently in charge of the Roman church. That would explain some of their great enthusiasm for the Gay Old Pedophile party.

Anonymous Noah B. August 06, 2012 4:05 PM  

"His record in MA is plain and there for all to see who care to look - unadulterated vampire-squid socialism."

Exactly. Either that's who Romney is, or he is such an opportunist that he is willing to say and do anything for power. Neither alternative is very attractive.

Blogger James Dixon August 06, 2012 4:07 PM  

> So is Arkansas.

And at least half a dozen other states.

Blogger Desert Cat August 06, 2012 4:15 PM  

Douglas J. Bender Carpenter, Mathematician, Programmer, Internet Commenter.
Romney would be SOOOOOOOOOOO much better than Obama. Methinks Vox has blinded himself with his proclaimed brilliance.

DesertCat
Better throw a few more capital 'O' s in there Douglas. You're not quite convincing enough with only eleven.

Douglas J. Bender Carpenter, Mathematician, Programmer, Internet Commenter.
I'm impressed. You took the time to actually count the capital "O"s. Yet you didn't take the time to argue why I was wrong.

DesertCat
You've made no actual case to argue against.

Except the quantity of your "O's".

How about this: Douglas has been BLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINDED by the brilliance of Vox's satire.

I used more "I's" than you used "O's". Therefore I am right.


Durrr! I win teh Internets Olympics!


Gah! I need to go back and read Vox's economics book review, or maybe better yet one of the Calvinism threads to cleanse my palate.

Anonymous patrick kelly August 06, 2012 4:54 PM  

"I take it you are a deflationist."

My analysis is not that comprehensive. I'm probably not a smart as the average deflationist here.

Do inflationists believe in rainbow money farting unicorns?

Blogger Good Will August 06, 2012 5:03 PM  

Gen. Kong: GW, you LDS bias is in showing here. Willard is no different than 'Dingy Harry' Reid - apart from being an arguably more efficient criminal. His record in MA is plain and there for all to see who care to look - unadulterated vampire-squid socialism. He is merely another in the long line of spokesmen, hustlers and teleprompter-readers who do the bidding for the Satanic elite who control the entire regime and economy of the west. Willard will sign onto every single thing that D'Won has promised for his second term at the teleprompter (ammesty, gun control, more bankster looting, police state, Obama-Romneycare, etc.). The only thing he's interested in "saving" are the vampire-squid oligarchs who enabled him to enrich himself in the thieves', swindlers' and looters' economy they control. The Repuke party is a total and complete fraud. Its primary purpose is to serve as a phony opposition party to deflect the time, money and energies of potential opponents to the oligarchy. Voting in a federal "election" is no different than voting in the "elections" held in the old Soviet Union (which had over 90% turnout, BTW). There is no actual political opposition in the Banksta Banana Republick. The minute one begins to surface and organize, it is infiltrated and turned to the agenda of the vampire-squids (the so-called tea-party being a more recent example). The sooner the regime collapses, the better.

I hope you're wrong. But I do admit, the evidence indicates you (and Vox) are right. It really is discouraging to realize that the world is even more screwed up than one originally imagined.

Blogger LP 999/Eliza August 06, 2012 5:05 PM  

Yep, I knew all this, we all did...

Well, another puppet must replace the old one - that is IF there is an election by Nov.

Locally and nationally I'm not too interested in the election. Even though my uncle is running for office. I could care less for my uncle, the current admin or Willard. It is isn't given up or not caring its when principles outweigh the bullsh-t.

Blogger LP 999/Eliza August 06, 2012 5:07 PM  

Gen Kong:

The Repuke party is a total and complete fraud. Its primary purpose is to serve as a phony opposition party to deflect the time, money and energies of potential opponents to the oligarchy. Voting in a federal "election" is no different than voting in the "elections" held in the old Soviet Union (which had over 90% turnout, BTW). There is no actual political opposition in the Banksta Banana Republick.

LP:

Which is why I ran with Vox's 'experiment' as a headline at my page - where was the support for his op-ed last Monday?!

So all the false, fake psy-op bullsh-t opposition is either too afraid, too MPAI or willfully self destructive to even acknowledge last week's op-ed. Which is why so many call the media WORTHLESS.

Anonymous TheExpat August 06, 2012 6:08 PM  

Good Will vs. Vox and the Ilk

In the unlikely event that Romney should win this November, I eagerly hope for, but do not really expect, an admission that, "OK, I was wrong," from one side or the other in about 2-3 years. Sans waffling. heh

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler August 06, 2012 6:49 PM  

I can't believe the several comments on the Mormon influence is good mantra.

Mormons are very PeeCee. Romney is going to be multiculti to the core! So this thing that the Mormons are a good influence can be chucked into the waste basket.

America is a Failed State. It is an Enlightenment creation and the thinkers of the Enlightenment did not have the truth in anything they wrote.

Get over it. America is Done. It is finished/caput. America is NOT "doomed". It's failed. Junk it. Scrap it. Heave it. Bury it. It's over.

Anonymous RC August 06, 2012 8:32 PM  

I agree with Wheeler. Help me!

Blogger Desert Cat August 06, 2012 8:51 PM  

Wheeler, Revelation 18. It may be closer than anyone wants to contemplate. Dance on the grave when it is accomplished.

Anonymous E. PERLINE August 06, 2012 9:00 PM  

Our government has been rusting more and more for 4 years. It can be rebuilt but it has to be done piecemeal. If Romney does nothing the first year except stop the overspending, it would make a good start. The country will begin to move on its own.

Does that sound illogical? Let me mention something that's really illogical. The Italian government is complaining that it now costs a lot more for them to borrow more money. Why in the world would they want to borrow more money at this time?

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler August 06, 2012 9:23 PM  

There is another thing that Vox forgot and maybe he can mention that in his next columns at WND--

Obama and Romney are BOTH owned by the Zionist lobby!

Here is Bro. Nathaniel Will Israel be the Next World Power

Here Bro. Nathaniel has video of both Husseian and Willard with the Zionists. Here are two American "leaders" bowing to Israeli pressure and despite the Constitution forbiding favoritism, our country "leaders" are favoring Jews over everybody else. No one gets elected without Jewish approval.

Obama is bad and Williard is worse--because both kow-tow to Israel. Here is just another similarity between the two of them.

Anonymous III August 06, 2012 10:05 PM  

America was just Gods way of showing mankind that he is not fit for liberty.

There... have at it.

See?

Anonymous Matthew2323 August 06, 2012 11:25 PM  

Next week: Roseanne Barr is....

Anonymous nordicthunder August 07, 2012 6:17 AM  

"Next week: Roseanne Barr is...." ......blaming utensils for being fat?

Anonymous Anonymous August 07, 2012 6:48 AM  

Idea for a very bad article someday:

“I never broke the law, I AM the law!” (w. little picture of Stallone as judge dredd)

Obama is legally beyond the law (via E.O.) Obama is bad.
The Congress enforces the above. The Congress is bad.
The Judges enforce the above. The justices are every one bad.
(Lawyers are in here somewhere.)
The cops enforce the above. The cops are bad.
So the cops are the New F-ing Mafia Enforcers. But what is it that they enforce for their bosses?

There are lots of great examples of this: the banks raping-away people’s houses and savings; the gov+fed raping away the value of peoples savings (now there would a nice topic to dumb-down: inc. money supply and money-velocity = “f you, you f-ing peasant, what was yours is now ours”); the gov raping the future with debt-incurred-for-losers etc.
All these are examples of how the ‘law’ is used to rape your life... and always the cops are there to keep you quiet and ‘consenting’.

It goes on and on.
Obama can write E.O.’s that command the ‘legal system’, as well as their ultimate enforcing arm the f-ing cops, to implement what are in effect new laws, or to in effect ignore laws presently on the books.

It is one thing for 2 gays to legally contract with each other as a couple – it is another for either the legal system, or the gov system, to decide what marriage is. Since when is the f-ing GOV in charge of telling the entire country what is and what is not?!?!?!

The whole ‘hate-crime’ thing (thought crimes, of course). Hey, if you want to fine someone 50 bucks for one series (i.e. one rant) of ‘violations’, whatever. But being thrown in JAIL because you quoted the bible... f the gays, f the cops, f the legal system. So everyone should start by ending the ‘gay friends’ thing: gays are f-ing toilet-locusts, and should be treated with the requisite arctic-shoulder. You cannot be a member of the Nazi-party (a gay) on the one hand, and then claim to love (have thrown in jail) Jews (non-gays) on the other.

Heh, heh.

-CB

Anonymous Douglas J. Bender September 07, 2012 3:11 AM  

From August 6th, a post by one "Desert Cat":

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Douglas J. Bender Carpenter, Mathematician, Programmer, Internet Commenter.
Romney would be SOOOOOOOOOOO much better than Obama. Methinks Vox has blinded himself with his proclaimed brilliance.

DesertCat
Better throw a few more capital 'O' s in there Douglas. You're not quite convincing enough with only eleven.

Douglas J. Bender Carpenter, Mathematician, Programmer, Internet Commenter.
I'm impressed. You took the time to actually count the capital "O"s. Yet you didn't take the time to argue why I was wrong.

DesertCat
You've made no actual case to argue against.

Except the quantity of your "O's".

How about this: Douglas has been BLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINDED by the brilliance of Vox's satire.

I used more "I's" than you used "O's". Therefore I am right.

Durrr! I win teh Internets Olympics!


Gah! I need to go back and read Vox's economics book review, or maybe better yet one of the Calvinism threads to cleanse my palate.
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After watching or reading about the Republican National Convention and the Democratic National Convention, I stand validated in my original assertion.

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