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quasi Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 05:21AM

And y'all thought G. W. was bad, say hello to the change to the leftist, political correctness fascism that's gonna have the government managing every facet of your life.
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 05:34AM

haha, you lost mofo!smiling
Lalala Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 05:44AM

poster = idiot
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 06:28AM

Now all we have to do is see how long he lives. The next 4 years will be very rough and all those who voted for him will get what they deserve. I hope you enjoy the hardships.
zx12r Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 06:35AM

Try a full sentence, Idiot. It will take some time to show who the real idiot is, but I have plenty of time. He will be raising taxes on 200k and up tax payers, and wants to make illegals legal. The group he's targeting is the group that keeps money flowing by creating jobs. Watch for unemployment to skyrocket under this administration. You'll be getting tax rebates under that income level but look for gas taxes and such things to take that back. Small businesses will let go of employees to escape insurance and tax issues and move to subcontractors(illegals/legals soon) who have less overhead. The rift between rich and poor just got larger we just have to standby and wait. Too bad they don't tax homosexuality, Hollywood could help fix their fuck up. I hope and pray I'm wrong but I think we just jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire. I'll just keep watching Rev. Wright dry hump on stage in front of his congregation and it makes me laugh.
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 06:53AM

zx12r and the rest of the those who can't deal with reality:
the world is changing, change with it or fall behind. The world that Bush had to deal with when he became president is not the same world of today, move with the times.
and try to positive for a change, you all sound so down
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 07:47AM

Z, it's hard to be positive about a system of change Obama has stated to make that all is counter to actually improving anything for anyone except those who are already illegal interlopers within our borders, people already on welfare and all the others standing with their fuckin hands stuck out awaiting the next freebie handout his administration will likely devise, all at a cost to the average citizen here.

Like mentioned above there's a whole bevy of new taxes that have already been promised by his administration that will override the tax cuts he plans to make (remember a previous conversation I had on this recently, the Federal Income Tax is HARDLY the whole tax picture!).

He wants to stop offshore drilling so other international groups will then just move into our offshore waters and begin drilling into the oil reserves there and ultimately wind up selling us the oil we should be drilling ourselves. Then, we'll be left with the on-shore clean-up expenses resultant from their unsupervised drilling practices since these folks won't be kept in check by our laws and regulations in this regard .... sweet little benefit of not drilling for it ourselves eh?

Look for a sense of empowerment by illegals as they are handed citizenship rights they don't deserve, then will further drain our social programs coffers by accessing the benefit programs they will then be allowed entitlements to, eventhough they will not have paid ANYTHING into the system, which will then require MORE taxes to refill the already depleted reserves.

Look for further governmental expenses to be incurred as all public school classes, Federal douments and all signage will be required to be taught and/or translated into Spanish also, which is basically another form of discrimination against the German, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and all the other immigrants of the various nationalities here, but hey, let's just fuckin do everything we can to appease the clamoring hoards of Illegals from Mexico so they can be sure to drain every fuckin cent they can from our already floundering economy. Oh yeah, that's just a GREAT idea!!!!!!!

This administration will likely empower a lot of minorities to do what will amount to (racial) discrimination against whites, but since this will be taking place against whites, it will not be viewed nor prosecuted in the same way as it would if such occurances were to happen in a white-on-minority situation, which of course is STILL discrimantion, as I've mentioned previously as well.

There are already many instances here of minority-against-white acts of violence or crime that are all too obviously racially motivated, but will never be prosecuted as hate crimes although the exact same crimes taking place by whites-against-minorities are viewed as hate crimes and prosecuted Federally in this manner. The whole concept of "hate crimes" itself is totally disciminatory in nature, but in the totally rediculous realm of "political correctness" foisted upon our society today they are viewed as positive steps. Interesting when moves of discrimination can be turned around and viewed in New Speak terms as positive change eye rolling

Oh yeah, it all looks rosy and peachy from over here! And .... you can just bet we'll all be dancin in the streets about this shit for at LEAST the next 4 yrs, most especially since many of us won't have houses to dance in anymore, it will be the only place left for us to do so hot smileyhot smileyhot smiley


Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05/11/2008 09:19AM by Mrkim.
zx12r Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 10:29AM

"and try to positive for a change, you all sound so down"
Ah yeah. Fuck beliefs and convictions. I'll just jump right on the bandwagon and pretend I like what happened. That will make it all better. The proof that I'm wrong is what I'm waiting for. I will gladly accept it if I am. Shit, I hope I'm wrong, this is my country.
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:26AM

zx12r thumbs

unfortunatley man,were doomedthumbs up
90130_ Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:47AM

No longer a government that represents me thanks to the votes of a bunch of deluded idiots swayed by his flowery speeches and empty promises. If you think the last four years were rough, just wait.

I promise you that I'll work extra hard to hide my assets and protect myself and my family. I'll hide my guns too.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:59AM

Just don't hide the weapons where they're too hard to get to winking

zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 12:08PM

roflmao grinning
talldarkandold57 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 12:14PM

Wasn't Bill Clinton called the first "Black President"?
So that said, this makes Obama the 2nd black president (lower cases on purpose).
Also Obama is the first non U.S. born citizen (which is un-constitutional) to become president.
The first president-elect to have never done anything to make it to the highest office in the country.(if you disagree, what is his record?) Obama won't release medical records, college transcripts, etc. Any other candidate would be hounded on that by the media. But not Obama. I wonder about the medical records, especially.Did he ever use IV drugs? Has he ever had treatment for addiction, including methadone maintenance?
He will be the first black president to be assassinated, and the first to be assassinated before being sworn in.
The first non-Christian president-elect.
The first Marxist/Communist Socialist to be elected.
First president-elect to have friends who bombed the pentagon.

Folks stick your head between your legs and kiss your ass good-bye!
madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 03:44PM


90130_ Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 04:07PM

If this comes down to an armed conflict, then bring it on. the finger
Monster1 Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 04:09PM

Hey Fagmex2000,
guess you'll be getting out of your TeePee soon and going to the Welfare office for your (Mentally Disabled) check preety soon now! ... drinking
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 08:08PM

there is no way to know what tree Obama will jump out of, but one thing is certain, the white supremecists won't need to kill him, he will hang himself. and no silver tongued speech will save him from reality. too many illogical and impossible promises have been made.
but hey, i will give him a chance....for a month maybe. smiling
bouncing smiley

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 08:34PM

one thing i think will be fun to watch is:

the government bought out banks and housing right? so what is going to be the new "standards" as to which people get preference over who in terms of credit, housing loans, etc.?

i think predatory lending will be raised to a new all time high. and who will be the targets? i'm betting the minorities are the "new world order" targets. whatcha wanna bet?

oh i forgot.......WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 08:58PM

i am going to say this in advance of this post: i did not write this nor do i agree or disagree with it, so if you blame me for it's content i will say in advance....GO FUCK YOURSELF!! grinning

Has The Treatment of Bush Been a Disgrace?

Earlier this year, 12,000 people in San Francisco signed a petition in support of a proposition on a local ballot to rename an Oceanside sewage plant after George W. Bush. The proposition is only one example of the classless disrespect many Americans have shown the president.
According to recent Gallup polls, the president's average approval rating is below 30% -- down from his 90% approval in the wake of 9/11. Mr. Bush has endured relentless attacks from the left while facing abandonment from the right.
This is the price Mr. Bush is paying for trying to work with both Democrats and Republicans. During his 2004 victory speech, the president reached out to voters who supported his opponent, John Kerry, and said, "Today, I want to speak to every person who voted for my opponent. To make this nation stronger and better, I will need your support, and I will work to earn it. I will do all I can do to deserve your trust." Those bipartisan efforts have been met with crushing resistance from both political parties. The president's original Supreme Court choice of Harriet Miers alarmed Republicans, while his final nomination of Samuel Alito angered Democrats. His solutions to reform the immigration system alienated traditional conservatives, while his refusal to retreat in Iraq has enraged liberals who have unrealistic expectations about the challenges we face there. It seems that no matter what Mr. Bush does, he is blamed for everything. He remains despised by the left while continuously disappointing the right. Yet it should seem obvious that many of our country's current problems either existed long before Mr. Bush ever came to office, or are beyond his control. Perhaps if Americans stopped being so divisive, and congressional leaders came together to work with the president on some of these problems, he would actually have had a fighting chance of solving them. Like the president said in his 2004 victory speech, "We have one country, one Constitution and one future that binds us. And when we come together and work together, there is no limit to the greatness of America." To be sure, Mr. Bush is not completely alone. His low approval ratings put him in the good company of former Democratic President Harry S. Truman, whose own approval rating sank to 22% shortly before he left office. Despite Mr. Truman's low numbers, a 2005 Wall Street Journal poll found that he was ranked the seventh most popular president in history. Just as Americans have gained perspective on how challenging Truman's presidency was in the wake of World War II, our country will recognize the hardship President Bush faced these past eight years -- and how extraordinary it was that he accomplished what he did in the wake of the September 11 attacks. The treatment President Bush has received from this country is nothing less than a disgrace. The attacks launched against him have been cruel and slanderous, proving to the world what little character and resolve we have. The president is not to blame for all these problems. He never lost faith in America or her people, and has tried his hardest to continue leading our nation during a very difficult time.
Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty -- a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House. Mr. Shapiro is an investigative reporter and lawyer who previously interned with John F. Kerry's legal team during the presidential election in 2004
ToucanSam Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 09:59PM

From downtown ! (Swish) OBAMA FOR THE WIN !!! YES ! cool smiley
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 10:13PM

that was the sound of the market dropping like a rock. largest drop the day after an election ever. doesn't that say something to you?. more like a "flush" sam. eye rolling
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 10:58PM

a 2nd opinion
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 10:59PM

a 3rd opinion

more from Reuters

even msnbcrap says it

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fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:08PM

any other liberals want to shove their foot down their throats?
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:15PM

fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:22PM

you cant argue with fact junior
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: November 05, 2008 11:45PM

they see me rollin...

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ToucanSam Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 12:57AM

So... the stock market was tip top the day before the election... eye rolling
pulse Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 01:20AM

I like all the stuff in America about the "illegals" and border jumpers, wetbacks, etc etc.

Whatever happened to "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me"
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 05:09AM

^ ^ ^ a big Atheist AMEN to that!
quasi Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 05:44AM

Immigration is no problem, it's the illegal part that's the problem. Every nation has laws that the citizens are expected tolive by, and the majority of people do, but these folks are breaking the law the moment they get here. They are not legal citizens and need to take steps to become so or go home. We all understand the desire (and for many of these people it's a true need) to have a better life, and the U.S. has been pretty generous about that for years, but we're being over run by the people we were trying to help and now they're behaving as if we owe them something when in reality we don't owe them anything.
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 06:29AM

Exactamundo q-man!

Look at in the context it really presents itself in here pulse and then ask yourself if it sounds like a good idea.

The numbers vary wildly about how many illegals we currently have occupying our country but an average figure would easily be 10 million, which could in reality be as high as 20 million.

Now then, wikipedia gives the population of Aussieland at 20,743,300 (26 January 2007 - ABS), so just image an illegal population within our borders close to if not equal to the entire population of your country. If you put it into pespective percentage wise compared to your countrys population that would mean roughly 3 million illegals within your borders if this were occuring there.

Look at it this way and tell me your country wouldn't feel an impact by that type of illegal population, especially when they can come here and in no time begin sucking off the welfare systems teat without ever even having put in a fucking dime into the same system and ask yourself again about how accepting you'd be of these teeming hoards.

Then take into account that because of this influx of illegals, the damned politically correct idiots within our government decide we need to hire bilingual teachers (and pay them more of course) so we can educate their children, and the expenses just mount ever and ever higher as more and more rights and benefits are meted out to these people who have evaded the same immigration processes all legal immigrants here are expected to undertake.

Livin as I do in Texas, I have watched for years as the population of illegals here have swelled from a trickle to a torrent. I've watched as many professions have been taken over by Mescans who live 10+ to a house, pay no taxes and then send home huge sums of money made here, all basically at the expense of tradesmen and the American public.

Accept them, sure, all we really ask is that they take the same path to citizenship everyone else who emigrates here is expected to do, no more, and no less winking

zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 09:25AM

MrKim, bring your boys back from Iraq and Afghanistan and have them patrol US borders. Stop demonizing the people who are trying to make a living (that Americans are illegally employing) and get your govt. (like who was that guy who let this mess get out of hand? You know, the one who was in the white house the last 8 years, waahhhh, etc.) to do something.

One reason shy there are sp many is because you have not integrated them from before, give them legitimate jobs, and when you buy American, you will not be sending a %age of the cost back to Mexico. Makes sense surely? Pressure the factories and farms to stop using them so that you can get cheap food and products. You are attacking the wrong people by attacking the workers.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 11:27AM

you want us to integrate illegal aliens? why? does the concept "illegal" evade you? the legal immigrants have every opportunity to have good jobs, most have a better chance to have good jobs because of the inevitable downfall of the U.S.....political correctness.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 12:40PM

search up sometime the cost of health care alone from illegal aliens all picked up by the hospitals in the US. and then consider the incredible cost of health care for the legal citizens of the US. then tell me why i should pay more for insurance and doctor visits to offset these unnecessary loses. or for that matter, look up the the cost of education for illegal immigrant children. we don't want freeloaders, we want people to contribute to every aspect of the government and programs just like everyone else does. it's not fair to put their burdens on my head or anyone else. nothing is free. come here legally, get a job, pay taxes, pay into social security and enjoy your freedom, and do it quick before the gates are slammed shut in your faces. every illegal already here can still be a legal citizen and contribute, but as far as givingthem anything free from now on......the tit is drying up for everyone, and Americans are sick and tired off carrying them on their backs.
zx12r Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 02:04PM

fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 02:48PM

as for Obama, he is getting his slap in the face reality check today with his first ever presidential intelligence briefings. soon he will flip flop on many of his bullshit campaign promises just as i have predicted.
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 03:34PM

fossil, i don't think you are even reading posts before you reply to them, I did not say give give give to illegals, I said legitimise them, ie integrate them and then they will pay taxes like you and thus pay for the services they use. They have been living in your country for a long time, some of them for years, and they are not going anywhere fast. Extradite them, and they come back. Extradite them again, their brothers come instead. I said to legitimise the ones you have so that when you buy American, it is American and no portion of the wages paid to pick it or assemble it go back to Mexico. And pull your GIs back from the Middle East to patrol your borders.

If you want to keep this going for another two days fine, I am off work at the moment and have fuck all else to do than bore you with my opinions, but at least take time to read posts before reacting. If you stop to think about my comments you will soon realise I am right about everything.
smiley eye rolling
smiley yawning

pulse Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 04:08PM

MrKim: a rational argument. However, Australia does have very similar issues. Our immigration rate is significantly higher than our birth rate. My girlfriend is a primary school teacher. Of the 22 in her class, only 2 were born in Australia. Three quarters come from a non-English speaking background, and by the age of 7 rarely match the lingual skills of a kindergarten pupil.

The only difference between what you're saying and what we're seeing, is we pretty much just give them all residency, and then citizenship. We don't have that big an 'illegal' problem, because it's easier just to make them all legal.

Take for example the skilled worker visa. We'll give one to, say, an Indian student. That visa allows them, and their family to come to Australia. And when I say family, I don't just mean wife and kids. I mean mother, father, siblings, grand parents, aunts and uncles. All legal from the moment they arrive.

The main difference is we don't have a huge sign on the door saying "come in" grinning
smiley You guys do..
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 08:21PM

sorry z, but you are very very wrong.

example: making them all legal would be impossible. a large number of them are criminal types, or they just don't trust the govt. not that i do. not to mention that there are a helluva lot more here than any census could prove. also even if we were to give then citizenship, it would only show to the rest that they don't need to go through the legal processes in place at all. just show up. th system is not fool proof by any means though.
people like me believe that if they were to be legalized that they need to pay back taxes, which is also impossible to regulate or legitimize. some immigrants go through to process to become citizens, but to unload 20 million plus on our already overloaded community system would be a fiasco from hell.
if we give them citizenship, they will lose almost all of their free entitlements from which they could never recover from financially. kinda like a student slave loan. basic economics here, nothing new.
i say let them apply for citizenship just like all the other immigrants and quit sucking all the freebies, there isn't any money there. yeah it's a pain in the ass to go through this process, but it faaaaaar outweighs their obvious other choices.
i hope this makes sense to you, because i don't feel the need to give you an American economics lesson
madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 10:44PM

A large number of them are criminal types, nice sterotype. Got any proof or maybe a nice Fox Report PIE CHART
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 06, 2008 11:19PM

Since you asked madnez, got any proof to counter what's been said or is this just another one of your verbal diarrhea quips like usual.

If you can't disprove the point then truly what is YOUR point? If you seem to have lost it, just reach up to the top of your head.

I suppose that close to 1/3 of the criminal population currently in our prison systems would qualify, or perhaps you can find some nifty way to disprove that.

Ball's in your mouth court smiling
bouncing smiley

fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: November 07, 2008 12:26AM

a large number doesn't mean the majority, it is just as stated....a large number. if i were to stereotype, it would be something like....wetback gang member shit heads are worthless. but i would never say that. grinning
zxz555 Report This Comment
Date: November 07, 2008 03:38AM

fossil, i see that just giving 10 million or more people citizenship would not work, there would have to criteria to meet and a framework in place to filter out the real criminals from the rest. it would also have to done in a way that did not attract people to the country knowing there was a big citizenship freebee coming up. It is doable especially if you are looking at doing it just once and then spending 5 years with very tight controls afterwards. It would after a very short time make it harder for the remaining illegals to hide because there would no longer be a large community to absorb them, and they would find it harder to get work as companies are fined to the point of bankruptcy for using them or that the culture among employers for using them no longer exists.

Like I said, you would have to control you borders with troops. This would also make smuggling harder, and if fishermen or yachters complain about stringent controls, well pffff to them. I am thinking that you (as a country) need to get control before progress can be made.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: November 07, 2008 06:17AM

Placing troops on the border is a good idea but that has been proposed before and congress would not go for it. Congress will never do anything to stem the flow of illegals into our country. Now that Obama has been elected congress will never pass any law which will have any effect on illegal entry into the country. Everything which has been mentioned above would have to be approved by congress and they will never go there.
ORLANDO399 Report This Comment
Date: November 07, 2008 09:31AM

Also obama and his harem are planning to whack political radio,what happened to free speech?
Mrkim Report This Comment
Date: November 07, 2008 10:13AM

Z, a move very similar to what you mentioned was already undertaken in the 90s when all illegals (estimated 5 million at that point) were offered a complete amnesty if they would just register and begin the naturalization process, but the offer was largely ignored because it meant giving up their tax free status and of course, distrust on their about what else might happen if they were to admit to having been here illegally.

One problem we in the US have is that too many people want to emigrate here and there's already a yearly quota in place to attempt to keep that number at a manageable figure relevent to the jobs available, social services funding structures, ecological impact, etc.. Unforunately, even this quota figure itself has been added to and extended to the point where the impact of even just the legal immigration will become insupportable in less than 10 yrs, and this doesn't even take into account the illegal population already here, much less the ones streaming across the borders daily, so the whole issue is extremely problematic once all facets of it are taken into account.

Here's a link to a really logical and reasonable discussion on this topic that shows some of the impacts mentioned above and is well worth the time invested in watching it if for those interested in learning about it []

I've mentioned several times in the past that militarily guarded borders are a key part of the solution to stop the rampant incursion by illegals, but as mentioned above, congress has typically refused to support such moves, even when a large portion of the legal population supports such an idea.

With the Democratic party now having a controlling number of members in the House and Senate, coupled with a pres. elect already having stated amnesty for the illegals is in his agenda and being sympathetic to these people who are rampantly robbing the US of its many jobs and resources, it's not going to get better, and will most likely only get worse.

Lastly, to pulse : a quote written on a statue or a speech from a time long ago neither one impact our laws regarding immigration, which have definitive parameters and expectations for all who choose to come here. In no way were these statements ever intended to mean: break our laws by illegally breaching our borders, then demand prefferential treatment and thwart the accepted immigration laws and procedures expected by those who emigrate here by legal means winking