Saturday, November 06, 2010

To Infinity and Beyond!

As was pointed out by Rush Limbaugh, James Carville, the great left wing political seer-genius, wrote is his book with regard to the Obamanation that was at large, "Republicans have no hope of making serious inroads into Democratic advantages in 2010, or likely in 2012 and 2014 and so on. It's time to call TOD (time of death) on the GOP."

Even, as Albert Einstein postulated, if one were to travel in a straight line through infinity, taken to the limits, it would bring the end back to the beginning, hence the figure eight symbol representing this theory: ∞, wherein the two ends of a straight line, being bent/warped by the space-time continuum, will eventually meet up again.

And so, too, will James Carville meet up again with his future self, Buzz Lightyear. Or do I have the wrong movie character. maybe I do. Buzz was a Good Guy. Deception is more the style, I think.

How can a supposed political writer be so completely and totally wrong, proven to be so absolutely wrong in such a short span of time, and still retain his job... as a political writer? Political theorist, often-proved-wrong,  -perhaps. But then, as is often seen to be the case, when the left speaks, it's usually a lie or some gross distortion of the truth. The theory there is that, as with all truisms, say it enough and people might just start to believe it. Well, it appears to have worked on Obama. When asked if he thought the tidal wave of Republican take-back was

an indication of a threat for Obamacare, since so many Republicans ran on the plank of repeal, without enough time to craft a lie, he spontaneously responded:

"Well, I know that there’s some Republican candidates who won last night who feel very strongly about it. I’m sure that this will be an issue that comes up in discussions with the Republican leadership. As I said before, though, I think we’d be misreading the election if we thought that the American people want to see us for the next two years relitigate arguments that we had over the last two years."
The fact is, Mr. Obama, if you would just sign the repeal bill, as your employers, the American People, obviously want you to do -think of it as one of those "shovel ready" projects you so frequently referenced-  it shouldn't take two more years. Maybe two more months you could get the job done. Liquid Plumber® will clear a clog in 15 minutes. I'm also pretty sure that "Joe The Plumber"  (you know the type: achievement-focused Americans) could rid the plumbing in Washington of the slime that blocks the free flow of American success in as much time. The vote on November 2, 2010 certainly made that clear. Just don't listen to Carville. He'll clog your thinking even more.And if you drag your feet on this, next thing you know, people will calling the Democrats "The Party of NO". And you can't let that happen.

And a little note to Barbara Boxer: The president's response, quoted above, was to a reporter who called the President "sir". And unless Obama was trying to continue with his program to further denigrate the presidency, as he did in bowing to foreign dignitaries, he didn't stop the proceedings to insist upon the assertion of a more lofty, ego-boosting title. But, perhaps that's because he didn't have to work as hard to get where he is. I'm just saying.

In the end, her mentality is consistent with the liberal attitude that with their sense of having a superior intellect should also come power and prestige, all of which should be admired and reverenced, as the ancients did of their gods of old. They lose sight of the fact that they campaigned for and succeeded in being chosen (Pick me! Pick me!) as servants. Imagine a waiter, similarly hired to be of service, taking exception because he was referenced as "waiter" instead of "garçon". Yet, as we come to understand how the liberal mind works (you call that working!?) we better understand how Obama could view a trouncing yet see an invitation to "fine tune" the most egregious offence that caused the trouncing in first place: usurpation of our American liberty.

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