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According to Webster: “for·bid·den,” (in context) n. To deny; prohibit.

While preparing a bagel with cream cheese and a sweeping slather of apricot jam for my repast this morning, it occurred to me that with this being Saturday I’d have to make a trip to the bank before one o’clock or endure the weekend without cash.

Was my moment of panic justified? Of course not, ..albeit it was enlightening as to just how many insignificant thoughts can enter and vacate the human mind in 60 seconds.

Question: How devastating would actually be if I didn’t get to the bank and cash a check?

What would I do without, ..what would I be denied?

At 72 years of age, with all the things I have to worry about in my life, not one of my problems comes close to comparing to what the “collective residence” of this Nation have to worry about with the undaunted and audacious assault that Barack Obama has launched against our Constitution.

The Constitution is not a document that is subject to change at the whim of any given individual or administration, ..nor is it a ticket…

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Without the “Declaration of Independence,” as well as the Constitution, (as written) by our founding fathers,..

Barack Obama, and every black man, woman and child in America would still be picking cotton.

The preamble of the Declaration of Independence (in part) reads; …

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Which of course at the time did not include or apply to folks of color, because people of color were not considered to be people, citizens, or equal.

Only by the decency of God-fearing men and women, (not politicians), were people of color adjoined to the body of this nation.

Politics had nothing to do with amending the Constitution to include people of color, that was fought for and provided by abolitionists, fair-minded God-fearing compassionate white men and women who viewed people from their hearts.

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The Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the United States of America. The Constitution, originally comprising seven articles, delineates the national frame of government. Its first three articles entrench the doctrine of the separation of powers, whereby the federal government is divided into three branches: the legislative, consisting of the (bicameral) …


According to Webster: “bi·cam·er·al,” adj. Composed of or based on two legislative chambers or branches.


Congress; the executive, consisting of the President; and the judicial, consisting of the Supreme Court and other federal courts.

Articles Four, Five and Six…

Entrench concepts of federalism, describing the rights and responsibilities of state governments and of the states in relationship to the federal government.

Article Seven…

Establishes the procedure subsequently used by the thirteen States to ratify it.

Since the Constitution was put into effect in 1789, it has been amended twenty-seven times.

The first ten amendments are known collectively as the Bill of Rights.

At seven articles and twenty-seven amendments, it is the shortest written constitution in force.

The Constitution is interpreted, supplemented, and implemented by a large body of constitutional law.

The U.S. Constitution was the first constitution of its kind and has influenced the constitutions of other nations.

Preamble: Authority and purpose…

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The Preamble sets out the origin, scope and purpose of the Constitution. Its origin and authority is in “We, the people of the United States”.

This echoes the Declaration of Independence. “One people” dissolved their connection with another, …


..again, please do not mistake the identifier of “One People” in that sentence to include or apply to black people, because again, black people were not considered people, citizens or equal in any venue at the time.


..and assumed among the powers of the earth, a sovereign nation-state. The scope of the Constitution is twofold. First, “to form a more perfect Union” than had previously existed in the “perpetual Union” of the Articles of Confederation.

Second, to “secure the blessings of liberty”, which were to be enjoyed by not only the first generation, but for all who came after, “our posterity”.

According to Webster:“pos·ter·i·ty,” n. Future generations.

This is an itemized social contract of democratic philosophy. It details how the more perfect union was to be carried out between the national government and the people.

The people are to be provided (a) justice, (b) civil peace, (c) common defense, (d) those things of a general welfare that they could not provide themselves, and (e) freedom.

A government of “liberty and union, now and forever”, unfolds when we, “We the People” begin and establish this Constitution. (Source Wikipedia).

In short, without the dreaded and (maligned) white man, Barack Hussein Obama would be herding goats in Kenya, South Africa today instead of enjoying the benefits and comforts of the U.S. Constitution.

According to Webster: “ma·ligned,” (in context) A harmful and untrue statements about someone or something.

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“That’s just how white folks will do you. It wasn’t merely the cruelty involved; I was learning that black people could be mean and then some. It was a particular brand of arrogance, an obtuseness in otherwise sane people that brought forth our bitter laughter.

It was as if whites didn’t know they were being cruel in the first place. Or at least thought you deserved of their scorn.”

Source: Barack Obama’s, “Dreams from My Father.” A Story of Race and Inheritance.

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Question: What has Barack Obama done or provided for the United States of America that has benefited this nation?

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He sure as hell hasn’t benefited the private sector in respect to creating opportunities for (entrepreneurial) folks, or for the folks that depend on their employment from “entrepreneurial” folks.

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Although government access, and/or, (spying) on American citizens via their email and phone conversations is definitely a violation of the Constitution – however, the lack of securing America’s borders by “deliberately” choosing (not) to enforce America’s federal immigration laws is a hundred times more dangerous to the average American citizen than some creep at the NSA reading their email.

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The above is an un-retouched photograph of Barack Obama during his enrollment at Columbia University.

A personal request; If you have an IQ above “sixty” and an imagination, please combine the two to form a hypothesis as to how much effort (you believe) the fellow pictured above applied to his classroom assignments?

A parting thought to ponder…

An excerpt, and/or, quote from Barack Obama’s book; “The Audacity of Hope.”

“For half of the world’s population, roughly three billion people around the world living on less than two dollars a day, an election is at best a means, not an end; …

..a starting point, ..not deliverance. These people are looking less for an “electocracy” …


My apologies to those of you who will undoubtedly write and tell me that the word; “electocracy” indeed not a word, it was gleaned directly from an excerpt from Barack Obama’s book; (The Audacity of Hope), that I copied from; …

Anyone with a need for any further information on this word may contact the site listed above, or contact Barack Obama directly.


..than for the basic elements that for most of us define a decent life, – food, shelter, electricity, basic health care, education for their children, and the ability to make their way through life without having to endure corruption, violence, or arbitrary power.”

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Life “without” Walmart – the Final Chapter..

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The good old, and/or, “happy days,” for a bygone generation, and/or, …

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Historical Factoids; …

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., branded as Walmart, is an American multinational retail corporation that operates chains of large discount department stores and warehouse stores.

Walmart was founded by Samuel Walton in 1962, and the company is the world’s largest public corporation and the largest private employer in the world, with over two million employees, and the largest retailer in the world.

Walmart remains a family-owned business, as the company is controlled by the Walton family, who own over 50 percent of the stock.

Currently Walmart has over 11,000 stores in 27 countries, under 55 different names. The company operates under the Walmart name in the United States, including the 50 states and Puerto Rico.

Walmart operates in other countries around the world under other names, which I personally find less than interesting, so if anyone wants anymore information on Walmart worldwide than I have provided here,- you’re on your own.

According to Webster: “with·out,” (in context) Absent; Not available.

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Absent; not available – what does that mean?

Does it mean that if there’s something that you can get your hands on, ..your life is over, ..or at least “diminished” beyond reason in the 21st Century?

Of course if anyone was to ask me, as a 72-year-old Homo sapien that understands the difference between (right and wrong), I’d have to throw my (hat in the ring) with the folks that don’t believe that there’s much “reason” comin’ from any quarter in today’s “Global Market.”

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What the hell is wrong with shopping in Aladdin, and/or, at Mc Donough’s General Store.

The Aladdin store is owned by a hell of a nice lady named Judy and her staff is equally as agreeable, as I’m sure the folks at Mc Donough’s are as well.

Not everyone lives in Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York City, – lots of us live in rural America and support our local businesses. Not that we don’t journey to Walmart once or twice a month. I’m a patriot, but I’m not stupid nor does my Social Security spanned the thirty days between deposits if we don’t pay attention prices.

With the tycoon mentality in America and around the world today there isn’t much room for a working man to get ahead and even less wiggle room for those of us in our…

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When I was five years old a bottle of Coca-Cola was five cents…

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..and Lucy was in her Glory!

Today a bottle of Coca-Cola is a dollar and a quarter or more and not many of us “ordinary people ” are happy with that.

Not so much because a bottle of Coca-Cola is a dollar and a quarter, but rather because Coca-Cola won’t start the engine in our cars.

Question: How many of you remember when gasoline was a dollar and a quarter a gallon?

A better Question: How many remember when gasoline was $.17 a gallon or $.23 a gallon or $.55 a gallon?

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How many of you reading my blather today are old enough to remember your mother at the front door when you came home from school?

According to Webster: “moth·er,” (in context) n. A woman who holds a position of authority and responsibility.

what a concept

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God created man with a temperament to protect his ego.

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While God created women, with a temperament to protect her…

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According to Webster: “tem·per·a·ment,” n. The manner of thinking, behaving, or reacting by a specific person.

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How many of you today are old enough to remember when bicycles were sold in bicycle shops?

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(Corner drugstore – 1941).

How many of you remember the corner drugstore?

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How many of you know the definition of wrong?

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back…

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Life “with” Walmart, Volume Three..

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Good morning, I began yesterday with my alter ego tellin’ ya about the evils of socialism/communism and the advantages of capitalism, (at least for those with the insight and ambition to better themselves).

History, if nothing else, is the confirmation, that governments don’t provide anything for anyone other than themselves, be they Democratic or dictatorships – that’s simply a fact.

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Not that the “elitist” powers that be in any generation, in any geographical demographic will (share the fact) that they are the parasites – not the providers.

According to Webster: “shar·ing,” (in context) To participate in, use, enjoy, or experience jointly with another or others.

Question: Can anyone out there, “Democrat or Republican,” provide me with the percentage of (Obama voters) who are sharing in the Obama’s Utopia?

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The cold hard truth, America for better or for worse is still the greatest nation on this planet – which of course, I’m sure can legitimately be argued by some.

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Joe Wurzelbacher, a.k.a. (Joe the plumber) wrote an open letter to the families of the Santa Barbara victims murdered by rampage killer…

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 (Elliot Rodger – murderer).

Joe’s letter is posted on (

After offering his sincere condolences this week to the families of the victims of the mass shooting near the University of California, Santa Barbara, Joe (the plumber) Wurzelbacher expounded; …

“I am sorry you lost your child. I myself have a son and daughter and the one thing I never want to go through, is what you are going through now, but: As harsh as this sounds – your dead kids don’t trump my Constitutional rights.”

There are no words to justify the loss of a child to a grieving family in our current (blame everyone except the perpetrator) “anti-gun,” ..(elitist) socialist society.

Richard Martinez, whose son (Christopher) was among the murdered, choked back tears at a news conference, blaming politicians and guns the next day: …


With Martinez being a product of California liberal society, he had no choice other than to blame the establishment – what about his responsibility to his son, – could he have taught his son some skill that may have protected him?

Then of course, there’s Elliott’s father and his responsibility – did he raise a son that understood (the difference) between “right and wrong,” or was he simply too busy to do anything other then write Elliott a check?


‘The talk about gun rights. What about Chris’ right to live?’ Martinez said; ..and lots more.

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According to Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown; …

A California gunman who went on a rampage near a Santa Barbara university stabbed three people to death at his apartment before shooting to death three more in a terrorizing crime spree through a neighborhood, sheriff’s officials said Saturday.

The three people in the apartment were among the six left dead Friday night during the shootings near the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Elliot Rodger, 22, the suspected gunman, apparently killed himself, authorities said.

At a news conference, Sheriff Bill Brown called it a “chaotic, rapidly unfolding convoluted incident” that involved multiple crime scenes.

Question: As it is reported by the sheriff that three of the six victims were killed with a “knife,” while three were killed with a “gun,” why aren’t California’s representatives calling for the same ban on “cutlery” that they’re calling for on guns?

Editorial: …

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As an American citizen who is grateful and appreciative of our founding fathers and for the document they penned to initiate a nation of freedom and opportunity unlike any other nation on the planet.

A nation that was established and baptized in the blood of more than 25,000 men who sacrificed their lives for our right to speak free of tyranny…

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..and for “our” right to print our thoughts and opinions without reprisals.

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I am also grateful and appreciative for my constitutionally guaranteed…

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The incidence of murder and mayhem in America is truly a National embarrassment to “We the People,” however with that said, it is an embarrassment times 1000 to those we elect to govern and enforce our laws.

As much as I enjoy the opportunity to chastise our current commander-in-chief for his inadequacies, heralding his (lack of judgment) in appointing an “Attorney General” that has shown more interest in (stonewalling and ignoring) “our” laws than he has in enforcing them, – makes my “blood boil” and “heart sick.”

Which unfortunately and shamefully seems to have become the standard within the realm of our “elected” representatives when law enforcement and media elevate the murder of six people dispatched by the son of a movie producer in the Golden State above the average dozen or so who lose their lives every weekend in the Windy City, of Chicago, and/or, “our” milquetoast (lead from behind) President’s hometown.


Accordingly, I support Joe the plumber in his advocacy to support the Second Amendment of “our” Constitution…

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While at the same time I would like to voice my concern and my disappointment in the Obama administration and in every individual in America who “claims to be an American” while advocating to take guns, of any description, assault rifles or pocket pistols, out of the hands of law-abiding citizens. As a gun is no more a threat than a knife, a broken bottle, an axe, a baseball bat or a hammer…


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Reported from the Bureau of Crime Statistics; “The number of people killed in 2011 by “assault rifles” was 323.

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The number of people killed with a “hammer” was 496.


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(Elliot Rodger “self-proclaimed” Pick-up Artist).

May 24, 2014…

Elliot Rodger commits mass-murder; Establishment attacks all non-feminists…

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Editorial note: A deranged lunatic named Elliot Rodgers appears to have recently committed a horrendous and despicable mass murder.


..then of course “Luigi Logan” goes on to blame everybody and everything except the screen door, which I’m going to forgo (boring you) with, and simply let you depend on the six o’clock news.

As I often like to remind folks, America is not a “Day Care Center,” ..people are, and/or, …

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..for themselves and their own.

The last Question: How many of you reading my offering today, (think, and/or, believe), ..that “America” would be a kinder and gentler place, if men would return to being men and women would return to being mothers?

Truth forges understanding, I’ll be back…

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Life before Walmart, Volume Two..

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Good morning, in yesterday’s opening I began with the good old days, when folks put dinner on the table with courage ‘n a sharp stick and concluded with my favorite sport, “chiding” our current commander-in-chief with (my humble opinion) of his agenda and his ideology.

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So I’m thinkin’ ..that’d be a darn good place to begin today’s prattle.

According to Webster: “prat·tle,” n. To chatter idly; babble.

No dyed in the wool, (true) “socialist/communist” would ever allow himself, or, herself, to be “employed” by a profit based enterprise.

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..they’d sooner start a revolution, ..than a revelation!

According to Webster: “rev·e·la·tion,” n. A manifestation of divine will or truth.

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(Steve Jobs – 1955 – 2011).

A (revelation) can also be an “idea,” and/or, (the inspiration) for a true forward thinking individual with the “pluck” to make his or her life better by creating a product to make life better for their neighbors.

Then of course, there’s the other side of the coin…

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On May 1, 1927, Adolf Hitler spoke these words; …

“We are socialists, we are enemies of the capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions.”


If Adolf Hitler’s example of (responsibility and performance) during his blitzkrieg across Europe is an example of “liberal doctrine” – then I’m damn glad that I’m a capitalist.


Adolf Hitler was so anti-capitalism and at anti-wealth that he killed 6 million people that he considered unfit and miserly.

Albeit, in the process, Hitler being a waste not want not kind a guy – he collected their possessions and claim them as his own – to include the gold fillings in their teeth.

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Indeed, (at least in my opinion), Hitler was as anti-capitalism and anti-wealth as our own cuddly and fuzzy Michael Moore who has made (millions of dollars) producing anti-capitalism and anti-wealth films.


Last year when Michael Moore filed for divorce from his wife of 22 years – his net worth was estimated at $50 million.


Liberals and socialists want wealth and power as much, ..if not more than us conservatives – the difference is, they don’t want to work for it – at best, they appreciate having it handed to them on a silver platter – albeit none of them are beneath “scamming, and/or, cheating” you and your neighbors out of what you worked for.

Returning to true American values…


Ol’ Scrooge catches a lot of flak for his unquenchable lust for greenbacks, yet for the segment of America’s population that isn’t stuck on stupid – it’s understood that tyrants, Kings and dictators don’t set down to dinner with a bowl of stone soup.

Explicated as simply as possible, the difference between a capitalist and a communist, the capitalist picks up the check.

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Life before Walmart..

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Believe it or not, people on this planet once shopped with a sharpened stone bound to a long stick.

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Before cash and credit cards folks used to provide for their..

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…needs with conviction and courage.

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Albeit, as man became more and more socially intertwined with one another, conviction and courage waned, and was eventually superseded by “artful deceit and greed,” and/or,

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..what in today’s world is known as political strategies.

According to Webster: “strat·e·gy,” (in context) n., pl. A plan of action intended to accomplish a specific goal.

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In 1775 a group of courageous American patriots gathered to develop a strategy to create a new nation.

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After somewhat of a dustup with King George the third, the colonies claimed their sovereignty and folks headed west to seek opportunity and fortune.

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With the nature of man being what it is, ..some folks brought their dreams to the world…

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..while others find a day at the lake more rewarding.

According to Webster: re·ward·ing,” (in context) Something that offers an individual satisfaction or gratification.

Not everybody is meant to build a bridge or play a piano, nor in the course of human events, (as history demonstrates), an individual deserving, simply because he or she was born. 

According to Webster: “de·serv·ing,” To be worthy of; merit.

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As terrible as it might seem to some, with the “exception” of Popeye’s friend wimpy – if you want a hamburger, you have two choices, – you can raise a steer, plant and harvest a field of wheat, (to make bread), cucumbers, (to make pickles), tomatoes, lettuce and onions, (for garnish) and make your own, – or you can go to McDonald’s and buy one.


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The McDonald’s Corporation is a Fortune 500 company with a market value of $96.91 billion. (Source,

..and McDonald’s like any successful business, did not reach its level of success without turning a profit…

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..and all the things that money can buy,

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..from red shoelaces to concept trucks by…

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Walmart’s Advanced Vehicle Experience Concept Truck.

Video – Watch and enjoy!

If you work for Walmart, this vehicle was paid for with your wages, and/or, (more correctly), your lack of wages.


However that’s not the point, the point is mister Sam Walton, by the sweat of his brow, ingenuity and perseverance, built a business that “employs more folks” worldwide, (excluding the military), than the U.S. government.

A parting thought to ponder; …

Capitalism puts money in the working man’s pocket, ..while governments remove money from the working man’s pocket.

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A President bent on establishing socialism/communism in America – is not a President; …

“of the people, by the people, or for the people,

..but rather completely the opposite!

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Question of the Day; What is Racism Worth to You?

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According to Webster: “val·ue,” (in context) n. Material worth or importance.

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To these folks, it means nothing…

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To these folks, it’s a free ride beyond Disney…

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According to Webster: “a·bridg·ing,” To reduce the length of (a written text); condense.

Nowhere in the First Amendment is it written or even alluded to that abridging freedom of speech or freedom of the press is acceptable if the “speech” offends an individual or a group of individuals.

Every man and woman in this country, (no exceptions), that win an elected office in our federal government, take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States.

An oath, (which in my opinion), every last one of them from the top down or the bottom-up is (in violation) of that oath the moment they remove their hand from the Bible and initiate their acceptance speech, which traditionally begins with the individual’s appreciation for your confidence in him or her.

Which, after a traditional pause for applause, the individual morphs into repeating the “promises” that got him or her the office.

Then when all the rhetoric is said and done, they don their…

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According to Webster: “de·trac“tor,” To undergo a reduction in value, or importance.

Barack Hussein Obama, (at least in my opinion), is a dyed in the wool, dedicated “socialist/communist” ideologue, ..that believes as much in what he believes in, as I believe in what I believe in.

Differences of opinion, “are not strangers” in a manufactured society, nor are they “strangers” in nature. Whether you wish to reference birds, bears, or butterflies…

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..all of God’s creations choose their own path.

And yes, I know I’m going to get a lot of flak from atheists who are faithful to evolution – albeit either way, there are no halfbreed birds, halfbreed bears, or halfbreed butterflies.

With the commercial push on television and in the motion picture industry to meld whites and blacks – if continued, I feel compelled to inform black folks, (especially Jesse and Al), that your days of playing the “race card” are numbered, as biology dictates that a child born to a black man and a white woman will be black – as will a child born and to a white man and a black woman.

Think about it, within a “hundred years,” possibly fifty, ..if the trend picks up, folks will be the (majority), and “white people” will be holding the race cards.

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Life as you know it, – will be history!

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Readers Forum – Chiding..

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According to Webster: “chid·ing,”To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand.

Good morning, our weatherman has been reporting rain and thunderstorms for our area all week, ..albeit so far he’s only been correct for seven minutes.

A suggestion to my young fans that may still be undecided about a career? Think meteorology, if you’re interested in job security – as there is no other job in America where you can be wrong more than half the time – and keep your job.

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Elizabeth from Trenton,       (The Science of Whimology).

What can I say, although you haven’t replaced “days of our lives” I read your blog before I watch their show.

I loved everything this week, especially Mr. Babyspittle, I went to his site and you were right, he’s got to be a man because women aren’t that stupid nor are we that rude.

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Hello Elizabeth, welcome back, ..but be aware that if this continues you could be typecast as a wisdom junkie.

When I received Mr. Babyspittle’s chide on Wednesday it was an instant shoe-in to be showcased on today’s forum, albeit once I began composing my reply to him, it became painfully clear that it would take more than a segment on Sunday satisfied my needs.

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Roman from Pocatello,       (Grasping Whimology).

Great website, I stumbled across while surfing on Google for pictures of the Statue of Liberty. So far I’ve read all the way back through April and I’m looking forward to tomorrow.

Obama isn’t just a blight on America, he’s a blight on the world and history is going to bear that out.

In the meantime, thank you for your efforts to inform the half of America that doesn’t get it.

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Hello Roman, thank you for stumbling across my site and thank you for your comment and your opinion.

It is indeed refreshing to hear from an man who understands the divide in America and wants to see it corrected. I started this venture at the behest of my brother Cliff who “serves” on occasion (several times a week), as my Wailing Wall.

Family is an extremely important and valuable asset, in a venture of heralding one’s opinions, not only as a mirror to reflect the truth, but as a vanguard to test my motivation.

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Margaret from Indianapolis,     (On Rare Occasions).

Small world, prolific cyberspace. I’ve been reading your blog since mid February and find it both informative and funny.

I’ve also received the same letter from the senior gentleman in Mesa Arizona, not from just one source but from three.

It was terminally boring the first three times I tried to read it, so I didn’t get all the way through it until you presented it with your flair. Thank you, you make everything interesting.

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Hello Margaret, thank you for becoming a participant and thank you for your comments. As I have said, probably more times than I should, – I really appreciate accolades.

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Jon from Syracuse,           (Hypocrisy of the Week).

I’ve been reading your blog for more than a year now for one reason, the first time I read your blog there was a definition of the word bigot and it totally changed my life.

I used to walk around on eggs in fear of saying the wrong thing in front of the wrong person, but now I say what I think with confidence, not to offend anyone, but simply to express myself which is as you have also pointed out in your writings, the First Amendment guarantees me freedom of speech and the freedom to express my grievances.

If the truth hurts people, that’s sad, however since lying hurts people more, that’s sadder. So I go with the truth these days and I feel very good about myself. Thank you.

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Hello Jon, thank you for your participation and thank you for your narrative.

Up front, I admit that I am no expert on racism, albeit with that said; I am an expert on being a 72-year-old white man who is aware that a segment of America’s population lives under the assumption that they are disliked because of the color of their skin.

I may not be qualified to judge as to whether or not anyone dislikes another because of the color of their skin, albeit I am extremely qualified to judge what I myself, (like or dislike), in a person, a place, or a thing…


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I like sunshine on a cloudy day, albeit …

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..I don’t like getting caught in the rain,

nor do I like piña coladas…

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I don’t like Barack and Michelle Obama because they’re greedy elitists with an agenda to change America from its present place at the top of the food chain on this planet…


..into the “utopian” socialist/communist state described to him every day by his mother.

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Where everyone has a job…

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Everyone has plenty to eat…

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..and no one complains about their leader.

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Mildred from Camden,       (The Cowardice of Deception).

I’ve read both of Barack Obama’s books and like most folks who use their head for something other than a hat rack, after seven years of listening to him speak in public, I believe they were both ghostwritten.

I also believe that considering his proclivity for making things up as he goes, I don’t believe there’s a word of truth in either book to boot.

I believe Barack Obama was born into a world without reality because it’s a matter of record that he didn’t have parents in any traditional sense.

His mother was a capricious atheist/communist loon without any sense of responsibility. A real mother doesn’t outsource her children to grandparents or anyone, a real mother steps up to her responsibility.

People can pass all the laws they want to in Congress, but a child raised in an imaginary world by atheists/communists is not going to grow up to be an honest, God-fearing man.

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Hello Mildred, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your contribution, you make more than a few good points.

So good and so many in fact, that I find myself at a loss to add to your narrative.

God bless you for understanding the importance of reality and responsibility, drop back again soon, Chuck.

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Doolittle from Austin,     (The Cowardice of Deception).

Like you, I’m an old fart on Social Security and dependent on Medicare to pick up our health care costs. My wife and I own a house, a car, a truck and a boat. So Mr. Obama has us in the rich white folks column, when as I’m sure you know that with the cost of gasoline, utilities, and food these days, that’s as far from reality that a human being can get.

Maybe if he’d ever had a job, owned a house and stepped foot in a grocery store prior to being elected president of the United States, he might be worth the salt were paying him, but he didn’t, and he’s not!

Our deductible went from $700 a year to $2200 a year.

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Hello Doolittle, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative, and a special bag of accolades for your colloquialism, (salt).

According to Webster: “col·lo·qui·al,” Characteristic of or appropriate to the spoken language or to writing that seeks the effect of speech; informal.


For those of you that may have missed school that day, during the reign of the Roman Empire, for a period of time Roman soldiers were paid for their services with salt.


As it is a current reality that there is not one set of “cojones” among the 535 men and women presently employed by you and I to manage our affairs in Washington – we are doomed to suffer under the thumb of Barack Obama for another…

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I don’t know about you, ..but I’ve faced worse.

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Steve from Concord,             (Stupid is as Stupid does).

I’ve been logging on to your blog for about a month and a half, some of your stuff a agree with and some of it I think is bigoted animosity.

I don’t consider myself a Democrat or a Republican, I don’t care for Obama, but I don’t believe he needs to be nailed to a cross.

The reason I didn’t vote for him was because he was an unknown quantity and unknown quantities are only popular with morons who frequent Atlantic City or Las Vegas.

I logged onto as you suggested and found the site not to be the least bit amusing, whoever this guy is, he’s a total nut job living in another universe, scary would have been a much better description of his rhetoric, than funny.

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Hello Steve, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your narrative.

Yeah, (at least in my opinion), Mr. Babyspittle is some piece of work. He not only has everything upside down and totally backwards, it is (my considered opinion) that he believes his hogwash.

But then I suppose that’s to be expected, as Barack Obama is a powerful (talisman).

According to Webster: “tal·is·man,” An object believed to confer on its bearer supernatural powers or protection.

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Vivian from Albuquerque,         (Stupid is as Stupid does),

I’ve been reading your blog for about six months now and I’d like you to know I’ve never posted a comment to anyone on any website. But after reading your post yesterday, it was so unbelievable and so funny I just had to share.

I clicked the URL as you suggested and it was like visiting the twilight zone. Although I wasn’t raised in a plastic bubble, it’s still hard to believe that people like that really exist.

Do you think the guy is really that far out of touch with reality. If so, I doubt that he knows how to tie his own shoes?

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Hello Vivian, thank you for visiting my site and thank you for your interesting and colorful commentary.

Sadly, there are indeed many people like Mr. Babyspittle in this nation, otherwise how could we reasonably explain the current residence in the White House?

God bless you for your participation and for your sense of humor, please don’t make your first comment your last, it’s been fun. Chuck.

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Stupid is as Stupid does – Mr. Babyspittle..

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As a general practice I don’t usually acknowledge or engage ignorant people, albeit as it’s been a slow week and the (ring gear) went out on my friend Stacy’s truck, ..the vehicle that I had designs on borrowing to transport the compost I require for my garden, – I’m making an exception today.

On May 21, and/or, Wednesday last, I received the following from an individual who I’ve decided to call; Mr. Babyspittle.

“Hi idiot.

Spending has gone DOWN drastically under Obama.

The deficit has been reduced at the fasted rate in 60+ years.

If you right wing morons knew how to factcheck, you wouldn’t vote against your own stated interests.”

I address my detractor as “Mr. Babyspittle,” as women are (unequivocally) not that stupid, ..nor that rude.

(FYI). Mr. Babyspittle has a website, (an interesting website).


Check it out…

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Mr. Babyspittle’s lead-in on his website is; …

How stupid are conservatives? They think the deficit has grown under Obama. Can you believe that? 1.2 trillion before Obama to half that amount this year means the deficit is growing to mentally ill conservatives. Conservatives have exclusive ownership of the idiot gene.

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The history of the United States public debt started with debt incurred during the American Revolutionary War by the federal government of the United States, after its formation in 1789.

The United States has continuously held public debt since then, except to the native Americans for about a year during 1835–1836. To allow comparisons over the years, public debt is often expressed as a ratio to gross domestic product (GDP).

Historically, US public debt as a share of GDP increased during wars and recessions, and subsequently declined.

The United States public debt as a percentage of GDP reached its highest level during Harry Truman’s first presidential term, during and after World War II.

Public debt as a percentage of GDP fell rapidly in the post-World War II period, and reached a low in 1973 under President Richard Nixon.

The debt has consistently increased since then, except during the presidencies of Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton.

Public debt as a share of GDP rose sharply in the late 2000s, in the wake of the Great Recession.

Except for a year during 1835–1836, the United States has continuously held a public debt since the US Constitution legally went into effect on March 4, 1789.

During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress, under the Articles, amassed huge war debts, but lacked the power to service these obligations through taxation or duties on imports.

On the founding of the United States, the financial affairs of the new federation were in disarray, exacerbated by an economic crisis in urban commercial centers.

In 1790, Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton pushed for Congress to pass a financial plan, called the First Report on the Public Credit, a controversial part of which involved the federal government assuming state debts incurred during the Revolutionary War.

Northern states had accumulated a huge amount of debt during the war, amounting to $21.5 million, and wanted the federal government to assume their burden.

The Southern states, which had lower or no debts, whose citizens would effectively pay a portion of this debt if the federal government assumed it, were disinclined to accept the proposal.

Some states, including Virginia, had already paid off almost half of their debts, and felt that their taxpayers should not be assessed again to bail out the less provident, and further argued that the plan was beyond the constitutional power of the new government.

James Madison, then a representative from Virginia, led a group of legislators from the south in blocking the provision and prevent the plan from gaining approval.

The plan was finally adopted as part of the Compromise of 1790, as the Funding Act of 1790.

The Southern states extracted a major concession from Hamilton in the recalculation of their debt under the fiscal plan. For example, in the case of Virginia, a zero-sum arrangement was contrived, in which Virginia paid $3.4 million to the federal government, and received exactly that amount in federal compensation.

The revision of Virginia’s debt, coupled with Potomac residence issue, ultimately netted it over $13 million.

Another result of federal assumption of state debts was to give the federal government much more power by placing the country’s most serious financial obligation in the hands of the federal government rather than the state governments. The federal government was able to avoid competing in interest with the States.

The debts of the federal government on January 1, 1791 amounted to $75,463,476.52, of which about $40 million was domestic debt, $12 million was foreign debt, and $18.3 million were state debts assumed by the federal government, of the $21.5 million that had been authorized.

To reduce the debt, from 1796 to 1811 there were 14 budget surpluses and 2 deficits. There was a sharp increase in the debt as a result of the War of 1812.

In the 20 years following that war, there were 18 surpluses. The United States actually paid off its debt entirely in January 1835, only to begin accruing debt anew by 1836 (the debt on January 1, 1836 was $37,000).

Another sharp increase in the debt occurred as a result of the Civil War. The debt was just $65 million in 1860, but passed $1 billion in 1863 and reached $2.7 billion by the end of the war.

During the following 47 years, there were 36 surpluses and 11 deficits. During this period 55% of the national debt was paid off.

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Debt increased again during World War I (1914–1918), reaching $25.5 billion at its conclusion. This was followed by 11 consecutive surpluses that saw the debt reduced by 36% by the end of the 1920s.

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Warren G. Harding was elected president in 1920 and believed the federal government should be fiscally managed in a way similar to private sector businesses. He had campaigned in 1920 on the slogan, “Less government in business and more business in government.”

Under Harding, federal spending declined from $6.3 billion in 1920 to $5 billion in 1921 and $3.3 billion in 1922. Over the course of the 1920s, the national debt was reduced by one third.


Warren G Harding was a conservative*


The decrease was even greater when the growth in GDP and inflation is taken into account. Debt held by the public was $15.05 billion or 16.5% of GDP in 1930.

When Roosevelt took office in 1933, the public debt was almost $20 billion, 20% of GDP.

Decreased tax revenues and spending on social programs during the Great Depression increased the debt and by 1936, the public debt had increased to $33.7 billion, approximately 40% of GDP.

During its first term, the Roosevelt administration ran large annual deficits of between 2 and 5% of GDP. By 1939, the debt held by the public had increased to $39.65 billion or 43% of GDP.

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The buildup and involvement in World War II during the presidencies of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman led to the largest increase in public debt. Public debt rose over 100% of GDP to pay for the mobilization before and during World War II.

Public debt was $251.43 billion or 112% of GDP at the conclusion of the War in 1945 and was $260 billion in 1950.

After World War II…

The public debt fell rapidly after the end of World War II, as the U.S. and the rest of the world experienced a post-war economic expansion.

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Unlike previous wars, the Korean War (1950–53) was largely financed by taxation and did not lead to an increase in the public debt.

Growth rates in Western countries began to slow in the mid-1960s. Beginning in the mid-1970s and afterwards, U.S. national debt began to increase faster than GDP.

The public debt reached a post-WWII low of 24.6% in 1974.

In 1974, Congressional Budget Act reformed the budget process to allow Congress to challenge the president’s budget more easily and as a consequence deficits became increasingly difficult to control.

National debt held by the public increased from its post-World War II low of 24.6% of GDP in 1974 to 26.2% in 1980.

Debt held by the public relative to GDP rose rapidly again in the 1980s. President Ronald Reagan’s economic policies lowered tax rates (Reagan slashed the top income tax rate from 70% to 28%, although bills passed in 1982 and 1984 later partially reversed those tax cuts.) and increased military spending, while congressional Democrats held fast against attempts to reverse spending on social programs.

As a result, debt as a share of GDP increased from 26.2% in 1980 to 40.9% in 1988, and continued to rise during the presidency of George H. W. Bush, reaching 48.3% of GDP in 1992.

Public debt reached 49.5% of GDP at the beginning of President Clinton’s first term. However, it fell to 34.5% of GDP by the end of Clinton’s presidency due in part to decreased military spending, increased taxes (in 1990, 1993 and 1997), and increased tax revenue resulting from the Dot-com bubble.

The budget controls instituted in the 1990s successfully restrained fiscal action by the Congress and the President and together with economic growth contributed to the budget surpluses at the end of the decade.

The surpluses led to a decline in the public debt from about 43% of GDP in 1998 to about 33% by 2001.

In the early 21st century, debt relative to GDP rose again due in part to the Bush tax cuts and increased military spending caused by the wars in the Middle-East and a new entitlement Medicare D program.

During the presidency of George W. Bush, debt held by the public increased from $3.339 trillion in September 2001 to $6.369 trillion by the end of 2008.

In the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis and related significant revenue declines and spending increases, the debt held by the public increased to $11.917 trillion by the end of July 2013 under the presidency of Barack Obama.

Debt relative to GDP rose due to recessions and policy decisions in the early 21st century. From 2000 to 2008 public debt rose from 35% of GDP to 40%, and to 62% by 2010.

During the presidency of George W. Bush, the gross public debt increased from $5.7 trillion in January 2001 to $10.7 trillion by December 2008, due to decreased tax rates, increased spending, and two wars.

Federal spending under President George W. Bush remained at around 40% of GDP during his two terms in office.

Public debt increased in the aftermath of the global financial crisis and the late-2000s recession. Public debt increased to 63% of GDP by 2010, mainly due to decreased tax revenue, and the stimulus and tax cuts enacted by President Barack Obama.

By February 2012, public debt had increased to $15.5 trillion.

2011 Credit Rating Downgrade…

On August 5, 2011, after Congress 2011 U.S. debt-ceiling crisis of the United States federal government, the credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded the credit rating of the United States federal government from AAA to AA+.

It was the first time the U.S. had been downgraded since it was originally given a AAA rating on its debt by Moody’s in 1917.

According to the BBC, Standard & Poor’s had “lost confidence” in the ability of the United States government to make decisions.


Which of course is (the same) as saying that Standard and Poor’s (lost confidence), in Barack Obama’s ability to make decisions.


Together with the budget deficit, the political climate at the time was one of the reasons given by Standard & Poor’s to revise the outlook on the US sovereign credit rating down to negative on April 18, 2011.

Standard and Poor’s downgraded the credit rating by one notch from AAA to AA+ on August 5, 2011, for the first time ever. The long-term outlook is negative and it could lower the rating further to AA within the next 2 years.

The downgrade was met with severe criticism from the Obama administration, commentators, and other political figures.

The U.S. still has a AAA rating from other ratings agencies.

2001 vs. 2009…

According to the CBO, the U.S. last had a surplus during fiscal year (FY) 2001. From FY2001 to FY2009, at the height of the Global Financial Crisis, spending increased by 6.5% of GDP (from 18.2% of GDP to 24.7%) while taxes declined by 4.7% of GDP (from 19.5% of GDP to 14.8%).

Spending increases (expressed as % of GDP) were in the following areas: Medicare & Medicaid (1.7%), defense (1.6%), income security such as unemployment benefits and food stamps (1.4%), social security (0.6%) and all other categories (1.2%).

Revenue reductions were individual income taxes (−3.3%), payroll taxes (−0.5%), corporate income taxes (−0.5%) and other (−0.4%).


If people don’t work, they don’t pay taxes and with Obama’s policies favoring unemployment – I personally don’t believe there will be a change in America’s economy until Obama is out of office.


The 2009 spending level is the highest relative to GDP in 40 years, while the tax receipts are the lowest relative to GDP in 40 years. The next highest spending year was 1985 (22.8%) while the next lowest tax year was 2004 (16.1%).


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Four more years of paying for their party…

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In June 2012, CBO summarized the cause of change between its January 2001 estimate of a $5.6 trillion cumulative surplus between 2002 and 2011 and the actual $6.1 trillion cumulative deficit that occurred, an unfavorable “turnaround” or debt increase of $11.7 trillion.

Tax cuts and slower-than-expected growth reduced revenues by $6.1 trillion and spending was $5.6 trillion higher.

Of this total, the CBO attributes 72% to legislated tax cuts and spending increases and 27% to economic and technical factors. Of the latter, 56% occurred from 2009 to 2011.

The difference between the projected and actual debt in 2011 can be largely attributed to:

$3.5 trillion – Economic changes (including lower than expected tax revenues and higher safety net spending due to recession).

$1.6 trillion – Bush Tax Cuts (EGTRRA and JGTRRA), primarily tax cuts but also some smaller spending increases.

$1.5 trillion – Increased non-defense discretionary spending.

$1.4 trillion – Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

$1.4 trillion – Incremental interest due to higher debt balances.

$0.9 trillion – Obama stimulus and tax cuts (ARRA and Tax Act of 2010)..

The U.S. budget situation has deteriorated significantly since 2001, when the CBO forecast average annual surpluses of approximately $850 billion from 2009–2012.

The average deficit forecast in each of those years as of June 2009 was approximately $1,215 billion. The New York Times analyzed this roughly $2 trillion “swing”, separating the causes into four major categories along with their share.

Recessions or the business cycle (37%);

Policies enacted by President Bush (33%);

Policies enacted by President Bush and supported or extended by President Obama (20%), and;

New policies from President Obama (10%).

At the end of 2013 under the Obama administration the debt percentage of GDP was up to 102.7%, a total increase, (in billions of dollars) 6.061, and an increase in GDP percentage points of +18.5%. (Source, Wikipedia).

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As Mr. Babyspittle chose not to sign his name to his verbal assault on me and my website and my beliefs, ..or to provide America with (his) identity – after an arduous search, – this is the only likeness I could come up with.

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This has been fun, drop-in again anytime.

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The Cowardice of Deception..

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According to Webster: “cow·ard·ice,” Ignoble fear in the face of danger.

“Maybe the critics are right. Maybe there’s no escaping our great political divide, an endless clash of armies, and any attempts to alter the rules of engagement are futile.

Or maybe the trivialization of politics has reached a point of no return, so that most people see it as just one more diversion, a sport, with politicians our paunch-bellied gladiators and those who bother to pay attention just fans on the sidelines:

We paint our faces red or blue and cheer our side and boo their side, and if it takes a late hit or cheap shot to beat the other team, so be it, for winning is all that matters.

But I don’t think so. They are out there, I think to myself, those ordinary citizens who have grown up in the midst of all the political and cultural battles, but who have found a way-in their own lives, at least- to make peace with their neighbors, and themselves.

…I imagine they are waiting for a politics with the maturity to balance idealism and realism, to distinguish between what can and cannot be compromised, to admit the possibility that the other side might sometimes have a point.

They don’t always understand the arguments between right and left, conservative and liberal, but they recognize the difference between dogma and common sense, …

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..responsibility and irresponsibility, between those things that last and those that are fleeting.

They are out there, waiting for Republicans and Democrats to catch up with them.”

Source – Barack Obama’s, The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.

Of course, as I am one of the thousands of individuals in this country that subscribes to the “supposition” that the thoughts and (words) scribed above were written by “William Charles Ayres,” not Barack Obama – the (ghost written) words above are simply (one more example) of “our” current Commander-in-Chief’s lack of character.

Another interesting quote…

“another tradition to politics, a tradition (of politics) that stretched from the days of the country’s founding to the glory of the civil rights movement, a tradition based on the simple idea that we have a stake in one another, and that what binds us together is greater than what drives us apart, and that if enough people believe in the truth of that proposition and act on it, then we might not solve every problem, but we can get something meaningful done.” (Again from; “The Audacity of Hope.”)

Let’s take a closer look…

“..from the days of the country’s founding (without a coma) to the glory days of the civil rights movement, …

In my view, (anyone with the capacity to ponder), might very well “interpret” that passage as giving (more credence) to the “glory days” of (the civil rights movement), than the founding of our nation?

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Followed immediately by; “..a tradition based on the simple idea that we have a stake in one another,” …

As a senior citizen on Social Security and Medicare who’s had his insurance deductible raised from $300 a year, – to $1100 a year – due to the implementation of Obamacare, I have no problem identifying Obama’s “stake” in my life.

Followed by…

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..and that what “binds us together is greater than what drives us apart,” …

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..and that (if enough people believe) in (the truth of that proposition) and act on it, then we might not solve every problem, but we can get something (meaningful) done.”

Editorial:  As an individual who understands words and the reason why words are placed in the order that they are placed  – the meaning of a “word” or a “sentence” can change (expediently) depending upon the order in which words are placed.  Accordingly, my inquiry is concerned with (why) with Barack Obama’s track record of misinformation and lying, (why), would anyone with common sense (believe) anything that came out of his mouth, or out of his box of Crayola’s?

According to Webster: “ex·pe“di·ent·ly.” Serving to promote one’s interest.

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Hypocrisy of the week..

Michelle Obama Would Like Students to Monitor Family Members for Racial Insensitivity

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First lady Michelle Obama is encouraging students to monitor their older relatives, friends and co-workers for any racially insensitive comments they might make, and to challenge those comments whenever they’re made.

The first lady spoke on Friday to graduating high school students in Topeka, Kansas, and in remarks released over the weekend, Obama said students need to police family and friends because federal laws can only go so far in stopping racism.

“[O]ur laws may no longer separate us based on our skin color, but nothing in the Constitution says we have to eat together in the lunchroom, or live together in the same neighborhoods,” she said. “There’s no court case against believing in stereotypes or thinking that certain kinds of hateful jokes or comments are funny.”

To address these limitations in the law, Obama asked students to take steps to “drag my generation and your grandparents’ generation along with you” in the fight against racism.

“Maybe that starts simply in your own family, when grandpa tells that off-colored joke at Thanksgiving, or you’ve got an aunt [that] talks about ‘those people,’” she said. “Well, you can politely inform them that they’re talking about your friends.

“Or maybe it’s when you go off to college and you decide to join a sorority or fraternity, and you ask the question, how can we get more diversity in our next pledge class?” she added. “Or maybe it’s years from now, when you’re on the job and you’re the one who asks, do we really have all the voices and viewpoints we need at this table?

But no matter what you do, the point is to never be afraid to talk about these issues, particularly the issue of race,” she said.

Obama’s remarks focused on race because they were meant to highlight the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Brown v. Board of Education decision, which said it was unconstitutional for states to establish separate public schools for black and white students.

While Obama praised the student body for being racially diverse, she said segregation is happening again in some parts of the country, as some people are moving away and leaving city schools. She said that is leading to segregation that is as bad as it was decades ago.

“So today, by some measures, our schools are as segregated as they were back when Dr. King gave his final speech,” she said.

Obama originally planned to speak to students on the graduation day, but in late April the White House agreed that she would speak at a “senior recognition day” after students protested her arrival. Many students argued that the first lady’s speech on graduation day would overshadow their graduation and make it harder for students to bring their own families to the ceremony. (Source,

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As a 72-year-old American citizen and a veteran of Vietnam, I take extreme exception to “Michelle Obama’s” (Hitleresque) stance against America’s First Amendment.

Let’s be real, “racism,” in the Twenty-first Century is nothing more than a self-serving “epaulet” worn by people who don’t have a clue as to what time it is.

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Chris rock is a funny and talented guy, Chris rock is a man who makes his living with words, – while performing his act, Chris repeatedly uses the N-word, (when Chris says it,’s funny), Chris also uses the words “Whitey and Honky,” and when he says them, (their funny).

Question: Should we, (America) consult…

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“Michelle Obama” to whether or not laughter and jocularity nullify racism?

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