Posted on 11th December 2013 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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Do you really need more proof? The Republican Party and Democratic Party are nothing but illusions of choice used to distract the masses from the fact that they work together to protect the interests of the corporate fascists and banking cabal that run this country like a plantation. Paul Ryan is supposed to be the brilliant young fiscal conservative. Give me a fucking break. This asshole just agreed to repeal $63 billion of real cuts for some fake spending rate reductions ten years from now that will never happen. We are running $1 trillion per year deficits today, with spending on automatic pilot to increase at an even greater rate due to the aging of the Boomers. Ryan and the despicable Republicans restored the cuts because they hurt their friends within the Military Industrial Complex the most. Every politician in Washington DC is bought and sold by the corporate and special interests that bribe them the most.

The idiot MSM is proclaiming a new era of cooperation. The era of cooperation has never ended. The Democrats have cooperated and allowed a Warfare State to be built on a mountain of debt. The Republicans have cooperated and allowed a Welfare State to be built on the same mountain of debt. Who hasn’t been cooperating? Those dastardly Libertarians who control nothing?

Just think for a second about what this DEAL has accomplished. They have supposedly cut $23 billion from future deficit projections over ten fucking years. That is $2.3 billion per year. The National Debt goes up by $2.5 billion every fucking day. This is a pathetic joke and anyone who isn’t outraged is either brain dead or a part of the Party.

Keep believing that voting matters. Keep believing that the red team will right the ship. Or understand what George Carlin said:

“Politicians are put there to give you that idea that you have freedom of choice. You don’t. You have no choice. You have owners. They own you. They own everything. They own all the important land, they own and control the corporations, and they’ve long since bought and paid for the Senate, the Congress, the State Houses, and the City Halls. They’ve got the judges in their back pockets. And they own all the big media companies so they control just about all the news and information you get to hear. They’ve got you by the balls. They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying to get what they want. Well, we know what they want; they want more for themselves and less for everybody else. But I’ll tell you what they don’t want—they don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking.”


Conservatives sound alarm over tentative budget deal

Conservative groups pushed back hard against the proposed federal budget agreement announced Tuesday, arguing that the tentative deal unravels hard-fought spending cuts.

  1. TC says:

    I love Denninger’s analogy: our two-party system allows you to choose whether you are ass-raped by an elephant or ass-raped by a donkey.

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    11th December 2013 at 10:27 am

  2. Hollow man says:

    Let’s play kick the can! They. the central party of two illusions, we’re told to play ball. So they are. China man not quite ready to take over the world.

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    11th December 2013 at 10:28 am

  3. ecliptix543 says:

    Jeebus Fucking Crispies. $23B over ten years? In ten years, $23B won’t cover a damn car payment with the Fed’s relentless inflation machine running at full blast. Well, fuck it. There probably won’t even be dollars anymore ten years from now, so I guess it’s just the same old Weimar Shuffle.

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    11th December 2013 at 10:34 am

  4. AWD says:

    Really, who cares? It’s long past mattering now. Everyone knew the sequester was a joke, this “agreement” is a joke, the process is a joke. The debt will just keep piling up until even the interest can no longer be paid and is defaulted on. This country is bankrupt, but thanks to the Federal Reserve, we can continue to have socialism for the lazy, and mega-taxes for the productive. They won’t run out of other people’s money to spend as long as people believe our debt and fiat currency are actually worth something.

    We’re getting closer to end every day. Everything is built on debt and sand, and will soon be washed away by the tide of reality. The criminals in Washington are sporting a 6% approval rating, I’m sure this joke of an agreement will improve their standing. They don’t care if the entire economy and country collapses because of their spending. It’s just a matter of time till the countries holding our IOU’s pull the plug, cash out, and light the fuse to detonate our economy and financial system (if we don’t do it ourselves first). Another tragic day in the recent history of tragic days in the what’s left of the USSA.

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    11th December 2013 at 10:52 am

  5. Gayle says:

    We need a campaign like the one at kickthemallout.com. At least order some bumper stickers for yourself and friends.

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    11th December 2013 at 11:09 am

  6. Sensetti says:

    M111ark, I want this Mother Fucker to crash and I mean a thousand times worse than 1929, sensetti will be better than fine. The harder the fall the better off I will be, fuck it, let it rip.

    And as for me, I”ll take my chances with Conservatives everytime, at the State level there are massive differences between the two parties. If you wanna do something do as Ron Paul did join the Republican Party and fight for a Libertrarian platform. The free shit army grows everyday, Republicans cannot win without the Libertarian wing of the party, the Virgina Governor’s race proved that.

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    11th December 2013 at 11:38 am

  7. card802 says:

    All that’s left for both parties is the illusion they have an answer, they are in control, and I agree, a vote for either party is a total waste of time. Cooperation or compromise, whatever they want to call it just means we lose.

    Maybe with the state of debt and the candidates we have to chose from voting at all is a total waste of time, voting is just confirmation that we require rulership. There’s a shit storm of grief coming.

    One small voice:

    Dec 11, 2013

    WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Rand Paul today issued the following statement opposing the Ryan- Murray Budget Deal:

    “There is a recurring theme in Washington budget negotiations. It’s I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today.[i] I think it’s a huge mistake to trade sequester cuts now, for the promise of cuts later,” Sen. Paul said. “The small sequester spending cuts were not nearly enough to address our deficit problem. Undoing tens of billions of this modest spending restraint is shameful and must be opposed. I cannot support a budget that raises taxes and never balances, nor can I support a deal that does nothing to reduce our nation’s $17.3 trillion debt.”

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    11th December 2013 at 11:39 am

  8. Administrator says:

    M111ark provides the view of the ignorant masses who think spending $1 trillion more per year than you bring in is the solution.

    Thanks you dumbfuck for providing a glimpse into the demented mind of a government educated drone.

    After seeing the thought process of a true American idiot like M111ark, you understand George Carlin’s quote much better:

    “When you think about how dumb the average American is, remember that 50% are dumber than that.”

    M111ark is in the bottom quintile of the lower 50%. And he is allowed to walk the streets.

    Can you imagine the job he must have? Government employee and Obama lover for sure.

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    11th December 2013 at 11:42 am

  9. AWD says:


    Another brain-dead dumbfuck supporting the socialist criminals and fascists, and, my guess is a card-carrying member of the FSA. Yeah, fuckbrain, let’s spend and borrow and go into debt until the entire global economy implodes and we’re reverted back to the Dark Ages. What a fucking idiot, only people that aren’t bothered by working for a living can be such stupid jackasses.

    The republicans came up with bullshit agreement to avoid another showdown with Obama, who desires a collapse and government default (and dictatorship). Another showdown would have killed their chances in 2014, so they caved early. Now, they’re free to slaughter democrats and Obama with Obamacare until the election.

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    11th December 2013 at 11:49 am

  10. card802 says:

    It’s the M111ark’s of this country that are the real problem. Can’t see the forest for the tr1111ees.

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    11th December 2013 at 11:50 am

  11. Wyoming Mike says:

    I think M111ark is Stucky yanking your chains. NO ONE is that stoopid.

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    11th December 2013 at 12:27 pm

  12. Sensetti says:

    It is stuck, I can spot him a mile off, he has a natural ability to stir shit.

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    11th December 2013 at 12:33 pm

  13. Administrator says:


    It wasn’t stuck. It was a 1st time commenter. M111ark is a poster child for post-birth abortion.

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    11th December 2013 at 1:23 pm

  14. tom says:

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    11th December 2013 at 1:49 pm

  15. Hope@ZeroKelvin says:

    I think the problem is that our CONgress critters do not understand math, or even the simple game of “which is bigger, which is smaller”.

    Seriously, $23 Billion reduction over 10 YEARS? When the Fed is printing $85 Billion PER MONTH?

    Our Murkican sheeple and European counterparts are no better.

    I am at a medical conference with my fellow wizards, stopped at the Starbucks in the conference center, where a large cup of HOT WATER goes for $4.50 and a candy bar for $3. When the buy expressed astonishment at this price, I chimed in with “What do you expect with the Federal Reserve printing $85 Billion dollars per month?” and “Why do you think food items are excluded from the stats on inflation? So you don’t immediately recognize the effects of inflation on the purchasing power of the dollar!”

    To say I was met with a forest of blank gazes is like saying, well, Bennie and The Injets are performing a public service, heh.

    Gosh, and I was speaking English and everything!

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    11th December 2013 at 1:58 pm

  16. Iska Waran says:

    I wish Paul Ryan would die. Today.

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    11th December 2013 at 3:05 pm

  17. AWD says:

    Santelli & Stockman Blast “Festering Fiscal” Budget Deal “Betrayal”

    Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/11/2013 15:11 -0500

    Former OMB director David Stockman rages to none other than Rick Santelli that the budget deal is a “betrayal and a joke” and “the final surrender of the House Republican leadership to beltway politics.” The dismal reality – that little to no one in the mainstream media will dare utter – the budget adds $70 billion to spending this year and next year, and “then they’re going to pretend to save it in ’22 and ’23.” Stockman blasts, “they’ve not only kicked the can down the road, but kicked it into low-earth orbit.” The only hope of getting our fiscal house in order was if House Republicans stand up, and Stockman warns “will trigger an enormous negative reaction from Tea-Party Republicans.” The truth hurts…

    Santelli “we’re not talking about kicking the timeline can til the mid-terms, ” – “this is a two-year vacation on the fiscal budget.”

    “Just from the momentum built-in, our debt load will be $25 trillion by the end of the next Presidential cycle.”

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    11th December 2013 at 3:36 pm

  18. AWD says:

    Rand Paul: Budget deal ‘shameful,’ ‘huge mistake’

    By Seth McLaughlin – The Washington Times

    Sen. Rand Paul added his name to the list of lawmakers opposing the bipartisan budget deal carved out between House and Senate negotiators, saying it is “shameful” to restore previously agreed to spending cuts in exchange for promises of future deficit reduction.

    Mr. Paul, Kentucky Republican and likely 2016 presidential contender, said that the two-year spending proposal is like many that have come before it.

    “There is a recurring theme in Washington budget negotiations. It’s ‘I’ll gladly pay you Tuesday for a hamburger today,’” Mr. Paul said in a statement. “I think it’s a huge mistake to trade sequester cuts now for the promise of cuts later.”

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    11th December 2013 at 4:11 pm

  19. Administrator says:


    Conservative groups ‘ridiculous’ for opposing budget deal: Boehner
    Conservative groups criticizing the budget deal struck between Rep. Paul Ryan and Sen. Patty Murray are “ridiculous,” House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday.

    Groups like Heritage Action and Americans for Prosperity had criticized the deal before it came out because it wouldn’t cut spending enough, in their view.

    Boehner brushed them off.

    “Listen,” he told reporters, “if you’re for more deficit reduction, you’re for this agreement.” He said those groups are using House Republicans “for their own goals.”

    Not long after Boehner spoke Wednesday morning, congressional budget analysts said the Ryan-Murray agreement would reduce deficits by about $85 billion over the next 10 years. Read the Congressional Budget Office’s analysis.

    The House is preparing to vote Thursday on the deal. The Senate may vote next week.

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    11th December 2013 at 8:07 pm

  20. Hollow man says:

    China man say me dump a trillion on you retards in USA. When we are ready. Take that you debt based smarty pants.

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    11th December 2013 at 9:58 pm

  21. M111ark says:

    For the record I’m a very liberal gay male that supports President Obama.

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    11th December 2013 at 10:04 pm

  22. Hollow man says:

    Good luck on getting laid tonight

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    11th December 2013 at 10:53 pm

  23. Ethercruiser1 says:

    More reason to vote neither D nor R next time around. The Party of Stupid needs to die off asap so a viable alternative party emerges that supports small, Constitutional government, liberty & fiscal responsibility. It will oppose the One Party now that supports big, Unconstitutional government, tramples on our liberties & is quickly leading us to bankruptcy.

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    11th December 2013 at 12:59 am

  24. Jay says:

    lol it would be laughable if reviled “liberals” like M111ark weren’t systematically destroying our country and the global economy.

    the common “liberal” approach to criticizing their counterparts:

    1. Excessive name calling
    2. Generalized statements like M111ark’s assertion that “we don’t know how a debt-based economy works”. Meanwhile, he doesn’t provide any theories as to why trillion dollar deficits are acceptable and good for our country.
    3. Pandering to the poor and sick (only for votes, not because they care) while accusing Republicans that we are indifferent and insensitive because we don’t believe in extended welfare programs that a local church or a local charity can provide for impoverished citizens.
    4. Asserting that Republicans only care about the one percent. Meanwhile, stock markets are at all time highs, yet the median household income continues to decline.
    5. Avoiding tough, crucial questions by spewing out the filth I listed above.

    “Liberals”. lol .. what a misnomer. what the fuck is liberal about being chained to government welfare? being spied on by the NSA? what the fuck is liberal about our military invading foreign countries when we haven’t been touched by a true terrorist organization in years? (and no, the Boston bombers don’t count). what is liberal about our plutocracy hijacking the global economy and forcing other countries to play along with our “debt-based economy”, as M111ark suggests.

    what the fuck is liberal about gun grabbing? about suppressing free speech like the true patriot journalist Glenn Greenwald.


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    11th December 2013 at 1:27 am

  25. Jay says:

    oh, and may I add, that I am certainly not a Republican. The closest thing to Republican that I am is a Tea Party patriot.

    I’d rather not stick to any party lines, only the truth.

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    11th December 2013 at 1:28 am

  26. Jay says:

    btw, Peter Schiff is a fucking genius:


    .. this recent interview/video is pure brilliance. he should be our premier economist. but unfortunately our citizenry is so disillusioned and our politicians are so keen on retaining their power.

    as Schiff says in the video (i’m paraphrasing): “If the government breaks your leg, then provides you a crutch, but you don’t realize they broke it in the first place, the government has achieved it’s goal in providing the illusion that they saved you, hence retaining their power.”

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    11th December 2013 at 4:26 am

  27. TeresaE says:

    I nearly spewed my coffee from my nose when listening to this bullshit this morning.

    Boehner was aptly named, I wonder if his ancestors were as big of tools as he is?

    The only reason that M111ark believes the way he does is because uncounted trillions have created the illusion of success.

    The only thing that will wake up the braindead will be empty store shelves and stolen (emptied) bank accounts and assets.

    It will then be way too late.

    Of course, this “budget” deal shows it is already way too late.

    Fiat on folks and here’s hoping that your own personal Santas are nicer than mine. I asked for junk silver and got laughed at. The request for a small, portable, greenhouse elicited the same.

    For the majority of people as long as current life is pretty much the same (meaning easily available “food,” 24/7 entertainment and the ability to go to the Caribbean for vacations) as yesterday, they will cling to their beliefs (normalcy bias) until the day someone pulls their bloodied and battered fingers away from those “beliefs.”

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    11th December 2013 at 12:35 pm

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