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Obama’s Campaign about Nothing

Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: May 19, 2012 1:05 PM
The kleptocratic elite class & their allies in the far fringe Left want energy to be articially scarce & expensive. In that way, they get to milk & control the peons. That is why they do not want energy to be available abundantly & inexpensively for the purchasing, & will come up with any # of sophistries & artificial obstacles, e.g. the antinuke movement & anthropogenic CO2-induced climate change. The "progressives" want to control people & their property. The kleptocrats want to decide who gets what, & to reward friends & dispossess others. Being able to ration energy & demand tribute for it is fundamental. That's why the Demmie energy policy is really "less for more."
John in OK Wrote: May 19, 2012 1:20 PM
And just like their philosophical counterparts in the former Soviet Union Communist party, the self-selected elites will not have to deal with the rationing. They will have their own dedicated locations where they can buy the luxuries of life that they would deny to the masses.

After all, in their own minds, they are intellectually and ethically superior to those who work to support them and struggle to make ends meet. Therefore they are entitled to enjoy the luxuries of cheap gasoline and electric while we pay for it. Watch one of these enviro-wacko meetings sometime. Less than 5% of them show up on bikes or foot. The rest of them show up in 30,000+ dollar cars and their designer clothes, with their iPads and laptops.

Obama may go down as the first president in the history of the U.S. to run a campaign based, like Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy, on nothing.  

It’s gotten so bad that the New York Times is appealing to people to “believe in” Obama, like he’s a children’s character or a Vegas magic act, rather than president of the United States.

Talk about bitter clingers who cling to their religion.

But I know what they mean. There is isn’t any good logical reason to vote for Obama even if you are a liberal.          

Let’s take his tax policy.