Mourning In America


So we’ve managed to elect the most  leftist candidate, POTUS, in the history of this country. Now, we’re all supposed to congratulate him, and wish him well.

I can do neither. I love this country too much, and I do not wish him success in destroying it.

I watched in horror, as Obama lied and cheated his way to this grotesque result, as the media abetted him, and the populous bought it hook, line, and sinker. He’s going to lower their taxes!!!

Liars and cheaters are not honorable people, and I cannot support them.

Obama lied about all of his past associations that were brought up during the campaign. Bold faced lies. “Ayers is just a guy from my neighborhood”. Everybody “in that neighborhood” knows that Obama is good friends with the unrepentent terrorist. Ayers is a hero to the left, but not so much to mainstream Americans, so they covered for him, and the MSM covered for him. So the fact that Obama shares the same political philosophy as this admitted “small c communist”, hasn’t dawned on most Americans, yet.

He lied, shamelessly, and ridiculously about his “spiritual mentor”, Reverend Wright. He sat in that obnoxious church which preached the Marxist black liberation theology for nearly 20 years, and expected us to believe he never heard anything objectionable, himself. He never heard Wright railing against the evil white man, and the “US of KKKA”, or even heard of these inflammatory sermons.  He insults our intelligence, yet, many useful idiots were willing to believe it, or worse, saw nothing wrong with Wright’s insane hatred of the US, and the white man.

He lied about his past work with ACORN. He looked McCain in the eye in their last debate and said, “The only involvement I’ve had with ACORN was I represented them alongside the U.S. Justice Department in making Illinois implement a motor voter law that helped people get registered at DMVs.” Another whopper of a lie. Of course his involvement with ACORN has been much more extensive than that.

I could go on and on…here’ a tabulated list of all his lies throughout the campaign. He lied shamelessly about his opposition to the BAIPA. Only a dangerous megalomaniac could lie that much. I’m supposed to support that? I’m sorry, but I must demur.

The country was never allowed to see who Obama really was, because Obama did his best to keep it hidden, by lying shamelessly whenever the truth peeked out, and the thoroughly discredited MSM abetted him in his lies.  When will the mask come off? When will the silencing of dissenters start? When will we see the implementation of his massive “civilian national security force”?

Yes, he cheated his way through the primaries, and then on to the general election. He raised record amounts of money illegally. His campaign knowingly accepted, and even encouraged the illegality. That allowed him to blitz the airwaves with his lying propaganda, fooling untold millions.

He watched ACORN register hundreds of thousands of illegitimate voters throughout the country, and his only response was to write to the DOJ, and ask for a Special Prosecutor to investigate whether the F.B.I. investigations of Acorn, were politically motivated. That was his response to the massive fraud, he knew was going on all around him. Those illegit registrations translated to illegal votes in how many cases we can only guess, but we know people voted numerous times, and weren’t afraid to say so. This practice won’t end under an Obama Thugocracy. It will only get stronger. Will we ever see an honest election in the country, again?

The only answer for conservatives is to keep on truckin’, and not lose confidence. When conservatism is clearly defined…it wins. Unfortunately, it wasn’t clearly defined by McCain.

Michelle Malkin has a few good suggestions, for starters:

First assignment for fiscal conservatives in Washington:

1) Oppose the Democrats’ next stimulus boondoggle.
2) Oppose Obama’s windfall profits tax proposal.
3) Oppose new bailouts for states deep in debt.
4) Oppose new foreclosure prevention measures that will simply provide perverse incentives for borrowers to walk away and delay a needed market correction.
5) No more federal loan guarantees for corporations (especially in light of this.

The next four years will be about opposing pretty much everything that comes out of Washington.

Flag pic courtesy of Blatherings

43 thoughts on “Mourning In America

  1. This is God’s judgment on a sinful nation. We have turned away from Him, and now He has allowed this horrible man to come to rule over us. We should expect to suffer much for our sins!

    The Lord God has clearly allowed the majority of the nation to become blind so that theould would freely vote for this evil man, thus placing him in this position of awesome power over us all. This is typical of the way the Lord punishes an errant people, and we should recognize it for what it is.

    Let us remain strong in the faith of Jesus Christ, and prepare to suffer much.


  2. Were I not already planning to move to Panama I’d be much more upset, but, The Three Stooges can’t raise capital gains taxes there. (10%)

    If they get too crazy and they implement Net Neutrality deb, I’ll leave you my number and you can host your blog from there!


  3. “I love this country too much”.

    Living through the past eight years, I can relate to your doubts, concerns and fears – to the coming lover’s quarrel you will have.

    The trains will run on time. The mail will continue to be delivered. This nation will continue on and will remain great.

    Thought I’d share that with you all.




  4. Let me echo every word of it.

    But it’s no time to wallow, to feel the hot fire of frustration and anger flash on our cheek.

    It’s time to move forward with the resistance. The Winter Council of conservatism in exile.

    I’m a friend of Joe the Plumber. Are you a friend of Joe the Plumber?

    Best Regards
    A. Truman North


  5. I feel sadly for you. I hope that Obama’s actions, appointments and policy initiatives eventually convince you that he is not a terrorist, socialist, Muslim (which BTW is necessarily bad) or any of the other misguided, vicious things that the McCain/Palin and their advisors tried to convince you he is…AND that he is in fact the right person at the right time. I know that your perspective has guided you to “information” which convinces you that he will somehow wreck the country, but believe me, my perspective has guided me to information which could have easily convinced me that McCain was just as (plug in all the bad things you said in your post) as Obama. My sense is that Obama will work hard and with positive outcomes for *all* Americans. And again, I am hopeful that his administration of this country will eventually reveal that to you also.


  6. McCain/Palin had nothing to do with my assessment. Unfortunately, they didn’t use the ample amounts of evidence that was at their disposal, and most Americans still have no idea what they just did. I’ve been researching Obama since January of this year, the evidence is overwhelming that he’s a dangerous radical. I’d link you to some good sources, but it doesn’t matter anymore.


  7. As I said, I feel sadly for you. I hope that your perception and understanding of Obama will eventually change for the better.


  8. That would take an apology to the voting public for all of the lies, cheating and deceit, and a renouncing of his radical and Marxist past.

    Something tells me that’s not going to happen, though.

    How long do you think conservative talk radio (the last bastion where conservatives rule) will survive an Obama Presidency? Seriously?

    How long before all dissent is silenced?

    Our small business is going to be hit hard, we know that. What effect do you think the raiding of small businesses (to spread the wealth) will have on the economy?

    How long before the messiah is tested, and what will be his response? Diplomacy? Just words?


  9. Much, much, much, much more wealth has been spread from the lower and middle classes to the upper class and super-rich during the Bush administration than you could ever imagine. As the result of an extremely lax regulatory environment (the “genius of free markets”), many of the largest corporations in the world completely over-reached, went bankrupt, and were recently bailed out by the American taxpayer…that’s you and me…to the tune of about 3 trillion dollars. Just contemplate that number for awhile. That’s the kind of “spreading of wealth” that needs to be addressed. If conservative talk radio wilts over the next decade, it will be because fewer and fewer people listened to it, not because it was crushed under the boot of some censor. This is, and will remain, a capitalist country. If it wants to stay healthy and vital, it must recognize that pure free-market capitalism is not the perfect system, and that responsible governmental policy is necessary to address the needs of the majority of its citizens. So relax, listen to your radio and watch Fox if you want, work responsibly to build your networks and your party, but do not succumb to the seduction of paranoia. It’s luxury we/you do not have any more.


  10. Much, much, much, much more wealth has been spread from the lower and middle classes to the upper class and super-rich during the Bush administration than you could ever imagine.

    What on earth are you talking about? Lower classes don’t pay taxes. The middle class got a tax cut. Who’s teaching you this nonsense?

    As the result of an extremely lax regulatory environment (the “genius of free markets”), many of the largest corporations in the world completely over-reached, went bankrupt, and were recently bailed out by the American taxpayer…that’s you and me…to the tune of about 3 trillion dollar

    The White House warned Congress about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 17 times in 2008, alone.

    The Democrats in Congress blocked every effort at reform.

    The wrong Party got blamed for the mess. McCain ran an inept campaign by not hammering home these points.


  11. pure free-market capitalism is not the perfect system

    That may be true, but not in the sense you imagine. The market is working well – it’s trying to punish people for stupid business practices. Unfortunately the people it’s trying to punish have a way to circumvent market forces.


  12. Jeff. Free markets had nothing to do with the economic collapse. Banks were forced to offer risky loans to unqualified borrowers. The riskiness of these loans was hidden as they were transferred around in kind of shell-game. If you follow the money and see who benefited, who covered it up the problems, it will open your eyes. Vicious? Misguided?

    Do your homework before you come here and mud sling. And learn something about basic economics courses while your at it. Your comments about the wealth being spread from the lower and middle income people up reveals you don’t know squat about it.


  13. …And about the super-rich and upper class… Those folks have professionals on retainer to help them figure out how to respond to threats of “spreading the wealth.” Being that wealthy offers them options to adjust their portfolios or even leave the country.

    So guess who will be paying for that spreading the wealth around to those who don’t even pay taxes. You and me.

    And when you used the phrase “needs to be addressed” you sound like your Messiah, the One. You are falling for his tripe. I challenge you to really LISTEN to him speak and note his use of these soft phrases like “consider” or “address” rather than talking about the hard decisions or plans for action. He tried to make it sound like because he “wrote a letter” about the economic situation, that he was actually doing something, when all he was doing was covering his butt. Obamo-mumbo-jumbo!


  14. not because it was crushed under the boot of some censor.

    That’s great news!!! So Pelosi and Reid aren’t pushing for the return of the Fairness Doctrine anymore? And Kerry? And Durbin? And Schumer? And Kucinich? And Bingaman? I’m so relieved!!


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  16. You people are all nuts. For real, the things i hear being said in the name of God. Obama isn’t a bad person or evil, he just wants what’s best for America, and if you don’t agree with his ideas on that then that’s different than him being evil. Go to and leave a suggestion.


  17. Well, Ryan…the question on the minds of people who are paying attention right now is, “Is he evil or completely clueless”? because every decision he’s made to help the economy will make things worse.

    I have to go with the former, because he’s not clueless. I think he knows what he’s doing. And maybe “evil” is a little harsh…but what else would you call somebody who lies constantly, while imposing Socialism on the nation, funding groups like ACORN, expanding welfare, and consolidating power to the White House so it will be more difficult to defeat him in 2012?

    What else do you call someone who opposed a bill (BAIPA) that would have required doctors to give care to babies who were born as a result of botched abortions, four times.? The IL legislature wasn’t able to pass that bill until he left. It passed in the US congress unanimously. What do you call that?


  18. u beat me to it nicedeb. i was going to link that “50 days” article. good job! 😉

    PS: that link will go viral in a few days. (i’m doing my part)watch for pathetic rebuttals from moonbats to start soon.


  19. What the hell are you guys talking about. The last eight years this country was run by a man that was dumb as hell and did nothing but run it into the ground. He started a war that had no end. How is this going to be any worse. Give Obama some time before you start to say how bad he is.


  20. Wow. Have you been living in a cave for the past 11 months?

    The guy who’s running the country into the ground (at lightening speed) is the twerp you voted for.

    There’s a reason why Democrat party identity is in free fall…
    just sayin’.


  21. He started a war that had no end.

    …are libs completely unaware that even the Iraq guerrilla war was declared over last year?* Did they not notice that the violence in Iraq was at such a low level that they couldn’t even make a campaign issue of it? Or are they talking about Afghanistan, the ‘good war’ that they all supported?

    *Though under Obama’s stewardship, violence has been rising…


  22. Well all I can say is that if you think the last 8 years under Bush was something that the United states should be proud of then you are crazy. Bush and Rumsfeld missed the chance to get Osama bin Laden back in 2001 to go start a War in Iraq. We did not get attacked by Iraq we could have dealt with them down the road but now that Iraq is such a nice place to live we still have not accomplished the main goal and that was or should have been to take out Bin Laden and his friends.

    I do not agree with all of Obama’s plans but for the first time in 8 years I’m not embarrass of our president.


  23. Bush and Rumsfeld missed the chance to get Osama bin Laden back in 2001 to go start a War in Iraq.

    That’s not what happened, dude. The Iraq war didn’t start until March 2003.

    Bush’s strategy was to deal with Iraq before it became an imminent threat. The goal was to introduce Democracy into a very undemocratic region, and that goal was met.

    Um, if we want to take out Bin Laden, Afghanistan is not the place to go, (if he’s even still alive).

    Obama’s first 11 months have been more of an embarrassment to this country than Bush could ever have been. Bush may not have been loved by the whole world, but at least he was respected.


  24. Bush and Rumsfeld missed the chance to get Osama bin Laden back in 2001 to go start a War in Iraq.

    This sentence is not grammatically, logically, or historically correct.

    We did not get attacked by Iraq

    Now I know you’re an idiot. We didn’t attack Iraq in response to an attack – the reasons for invading Iraq were outlined in the President’s 2003 SotU. At that time he specifically stated that we couldn’t afford to wait for an attack, and detailed the rationale as to why that was so.

    But I’ll bet you’ve never read that speech.


  25. Well all I can say is that if you think the last 8 years under Bush was something that the United states should be proud of then you are crazy.

    You can say it, but all it does is let readers know how stupid you are. Bush never had the contempt for this country and it’s rightly earned exceptionalism that has caused the Great Apologizer to be so repentant about everywhere in the world.

    Being a global power should never be confused with a popularity contest. The popular kids get that way by giving it away. Others have more respect for themselves.


  26. Bush was “respected?” Oh, man I am going to have to go and change my pants over that one. John is right about him being an embarrassment. Bush’ presidency bred enormous hatred for America all over the globe.


  27. WoW this country was built on evil by evil people not that I support Barrack or his cronies (white, black,spanish,asian,Indian) but let’s be real no matter how much someone screws up this country as long as he is white its all right (and the president is almost powerless) Anybody look @ the race of most members of congress?


  28. I’m impressed at how many absolutely wrong statements were squeezed into that brief comment. Very efficient.


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