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Barack Obama: The Tax Man

February 11, 2008

Barack Obama and Jesse JacksonThere’s no doubt that if the Democrat party takes the White House and Congress in the coming election, that the old days of soak the rich and tax and spend will return with an unhinged fury.  This is especially the case if hope-monger Barry Obama gets the nod.  Over at The Corner, Larry Kudlow provides the numbers that will keep you up at night and wreck our economy.

The Wall Street Journal’s Steve Moore says Obama’s tax plan would add up to a 39.6 percent personal income tax, a 52.2 percent combined income and payroll tax, a 28 percent capital-gains tax, a 39.6 percent dividends tax, and a 55 percent estate tax. In other words, Sen. Obama is a very-high-tax candidate.

Yikes!  And if Barack Obama does indeed run against our presumptive nominee, John McCain, you can be nearly sure Obambi wins unless people begin to see through his empty rhetoric.  Barry talks a lot about “change,” but clearly after he’s done with his Sheriff of Nottingham act, change will be all that’s left in your pocket.

When it comes down to a battle between Clinton and Obama, I’m rooting for injuries.  The next four years following the 2008 election could very well be the end of America as we know it.  I wish I had some advice to give, but I’m afraid the future is looking rather bleak.  With Democrats in control of three branches of government, the end cannot be far off.

Pray for America.

— Psycheout

Ralph Nader To the Rescue?

January 30, 2008

Ralph NaderWith the departure of Kookspinach and Silky Pony, there is a void in the ultra far left kook wing of the Democrat party. Ralph Nader sees his chance to once again play the “progressive” spoiler. Republicans should open up their wallets again and support him. He’s just what we need to assure a Huckabee or McCain victory. With wackjob Nader in the race, perhaps even the stomach turning empty suit Mittens Romney might have a chance if he somehow buys the GOP nomination. But admittedly that would be the worst case scenario.

Ralph Nader has formed a presidential exploratory committee, and said in an interview Wednesday that he will launch another presidential bid if he’s convinced he can raise enough money to appear on the vast majority of state ballots this fall.

With both Ralph Nader and Ron Paul siphoning the anti-war and uber-kook vote from the leftist candidate, even our weakest candidate could win.

Nader, who ran as an independent candidate in each of the past three presidential elections, told ABCNews.com that he will run in 2008 if he is convinced over the next month that he would be able to raise $10 million over the course of the campaign — and attract enough lawyers willing to work free of charge to get his name on state ballots.

There’s a website already set up. Perhaps if enough Republicans pledge to donate funds or legal assistance, the old goat will be convinced to run again, ensuring a Republican in the White House in 2008. It just might be worth it.

Nader said he filed papers with the Federal Election Commission and launched a Web site after Dennis Kucinich, a liberal Ohio congressman, announced his decision to withdraw from the presidential race last week.

He was set to announce that he had formed an exploratory committee Wednesday, even before former Sen. John Edwards made it known that he’d be ending his candidacy.

Listen to this kook! Size up his enormous ego! This is awesome:

“When Kucinich threw in the towel, now you have Edwards gone — who’s going to carry the torch of democratic populism against the relentless domination of powerful corporations of our government?”

Why, Ralph Nader, super kook of course! He hasn’t let us down the last two election cycles. Why not help us out for a third?

This might be the best news of the campaign season. Run, Ralph, Run!

See also: Hot Air.

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— Psycheout

Kookspinach Calls It Quits

January 24, 2008

Mad Tin Foil HatterDennis Kookspinach has raised his thumb hoping a UFO will pick him up. Happy trails, kook. Don’t forget your towel.

Cleveland Congressman Dennis Kucinich is dropping out of the Democratic race for president.

Thank G-d.

Kucinich will make the announcement Friday at a news conference in Cleveland. In an exclusive interview with Plain Dealer editors and reporters, Kucinich said he will explain his “transition” tomorrow.

Transistion from irrelevance to irrelevance, shorty.

“I want to continue to serve in Congress,” he said.

Smart Americans hope you lose, along with fruitbat Ron Paul. How’s that for bipartisanship?

Kucinich said he will not endorse another Democrat in the primary.

That 0.05% will surely be missed. Get lost, kook.

— Psycheout

Daily Kos Endorses Mitt Romney

January 10, 2008

Daily KosHead kook Kos is encouraging Michigan Democrats to support Mitt Romney.  Republicans should heed this advice and abandon the Mittens to offset this attempt at destroying our party.

Michigan Democrats should vote for Mitt Romney, because if Mitt wins, Democrats win. How so?

For Michigan Democrats, the Democratic primary is meaningless since the DNC stripped the state of all its delegates (at least temporarily) for violating party rules. Hillary Clinton is alone on the ballot.

Since there’s no contest on the Democrat party side, let’s ruin it for the Republicans!  How immature.

But on the GOP side, this primary will be fiercely contested. John McCain is currently enjoying the afterglow of media love since his New Hamsphire victory, while Iowa winner Mike Huckabee is poised to do well in South Carolina.

So Kos wants to ensure that neither strong candidate gains momentum.

Meanwhile, poor Mitt Romney, who’s suffered back-to-back losses in the last week, desperately needs to win Michigan in order to keep his campaign afloat.  Bottom line, if Romney loses Michigan, he’s out. If he wins, he stays in.

Daily KosThe Democrats benefit by keeping Romney’s head above water.  It’s sink or swim time for Mittens.  Fish or cut bait.

And we want Romney in, because the more Republican candidates we have fighting it out, trashing each other with negative ads and spending tons of money, the better it is for us. We want Mitt to stay in the race, and to do that, we need him to win in Michigan.

That sounds like an endorsement to me.  Kos is not stupid, even if he is a bit of an unhinged chump.  He knows that Mitt cannot win, but he wants to keep the spoiler alive to keep better candidates from gaining momentum.

If we can help push Mitt over the line, not only do we help keep their field fragmented, but we also pollute Romney’s victory. How “legitimate” will the Mittster’s victory look if liberals provide the margin of victory? Think of the hilarity that will ensue. We’ll simply be adding fuel to their civil war, never a bad thing from our vantage point.

Clever, clever.  Let’s not let them get away with it.

Michigan is Romney’s last stand.  He has pulled all advertising from other states for a last-ditch effort there. It’s sink or swim time for Romney, and we’re going to throw him a lifesaver.

If you know people in Michigan, forward them a link to Kos’ post and suggest that they throw Mitt an anvil.  It’s the right thing to do for our party and for America.  Especially since Democrats and the nutroots are trying to fracture our party.

— Psycheout

The Iowa Caucus Results

January 3, 2008

Iowa CaucusJust a quick post, which I will update in a bit, maybe.

I was right.

  1. Huckabee 34%
  2. Romney 25%
  3. McCain 13%
  4. Thompson 13%

And I may still be right about the party of treason:

  1. Obama 38%
  2. Clinton 29%
  3. Edwards 30%

Although Clinton and Edwards are still locked in mortal combat for second place.

Chris Dodd (DemocRAT) will drop out of the race.

Chuck Norris is a happy man tonight.

It’s been a good night for America. G-d bless Iowa. G-d bless you all.

Update: It looks like Fred Thompson may have moseyed his way into third place at the last minute. Congratulations to grandpa Fred.

Update 2: Ha ha – Kookspinach and Gravel got 0 votes! Dodd got 1, Biden got 23, Richardson got 51. Note to Kookspinach and Gravel: give it up. It’s over. Ron Paul at 10% gets 5th. Buh bye, Ronnie. It’s downhill from here. Ghouliani got a whopping 4%. So much for your winning strategy, Rudy.

Update 3: Joe Biden to drop out as well after an anemic performance. Please drop out too, Rudy Giuliani.

Update 4: Further predictions: Hunter won’t stick it out much longer, although he might well be on the short list for Secretary of Defense.  Cox will keep up his silent running candidacy, but nobody will notice.  Those who do will laugh.  Paul will stick it out to the bitter end, taking home lots of suckers’ money just like the last time he ran.  Thankfully he hasn’t got a prayer.  Let me know if I’ve missed anything.

Crossposted at: Blogs 4 Brownback.

See also: Race 4 2008’s Open Thread.

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— Psycheout

Mental Health: It’s a Republican Thing

December 1, 2007

BDS, a Mental Illness Spread by MoonbatsYesterday’s rampage by a crazed Hitlery fan really underscores a recent study which demonstrated that, while Republicans have excellent mental health, Democrats and schizophrenic Independents do not. But I think we knew that already, didn’t we?

Republicans are significantly more likely than Democrats or independents to rate their mental health as excellent, according to data from the last four November Gallup Health and Healthcare polls. Fifty-eight percent of Republicans report having excellent mental health, compared to 43% of independents and 38% of Democrats. This relationship between party identification and reports of excellent mental health persists even within categories of income, age, gender, church attendance, and education.

Conclusion? Moonbats are the ka-waziest people!

Perhaps that Democrat urban legend about President Reagan evilly throwing all the mentally ill out onto America’s streets has some merit after all. That would certainly help to explain the election of Slick Willie in 1992, the unhinged reaction to the Goracle’s defeat in 2000, hanging chads, Florida Democrats voting for Pat Buchannan, 9/11 conspiracy theories, Bush Lied People Died (TM), another “stolen election” in 2004 (Goracle II), Nancy Piglosi, the Ron Paultard Revilution, and Cindy Sheehag. No wait, scratch that. Nothing can explain that last one.

MoonbatOnce a Republican President is inevitably sworn in on January 20, 2008, perhaps his first item of business should be to launch a Leftist Mental Health Initiative. Let us build a multitude of loony bins across the nation, from sea to shining sea, to once again house the unhinged leftists that currently run rampant across our nation. Perhaps we should just fence off San Francisco. Duncan Hunter could certainly build that wall. And we can then invest in keyless padlocks to ensure they are kept safe from the outside world forever. It’s the humane thing to do.

Liberalism is a mental disorder, to be sure. Let’s help these poor delusional folks by locking them up so that they will no longer be a danger to themselves and others. Let us show ourselves to be true “compassionate conservatives,” in the best sense of the term, by investing our hard earned money so that these poor unfortunates can be safely segregated from society where they can receive the care they so desperately need for the remainder of their miserable and useless lives. It’s the least we can do.

Exit question: When will the WHO finally declare BDS to be an officially recognized mental illness? Democratic Underground breathlessly awaits your prognosis and merciful committal. Basket weaving, anyone?

They’re coming to take me away, ha-haaa.
They’re coming to take me away, ho ho, he he, ha ha,
To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time
And I’ll be happy to see those nice young
Men in their clean white coats and
They’re coming to take me away, ha-haaa!

Madness courtesy of Napoleon XIV.

Hat Tip: Hot Air.

— Psycheout

Hillary Having an Affair? With a Woman?

November 26, 2007

Drudge highlights the scoop. Like husband like wife?

Hillary Affair

The caption reads: “Hillary Clinton has been accused of having an affair with Huma Abedin.”

Exit question: will this revelation hurt or help the Clinton campaign?

Update: Humina, humina, humina.

— Psycheout

Republican Women vs. Democrat Women

October 23, 2007

No contest.

Republican Women

We win.

— Psycheout