The Doomsday Economy

Back in January of 2018 the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ moved what they call the Doomsday Clock two minutes from midnight. The clock represents the hypothetical global catastrophe as “midnight” and this adjustment is the closest the clock has been set since 1953. The countdown clock was design and developed as a warning since the development of nuclear weapons and the threat of nuclear war. Although the clock in 2018 was moved due to the threat of climate change, nuclear war and, the lack of confidence in U.S. leadership; I bring this up because the clock represents a real threat and humanity should be aware of the probability of crisis, but why don’t we have one for the economy?

I have listened to a number of economists that have warned for years since the Great Recession of 2008 and that wages have stagnated despite productivity increasing and the stock market showing record highs and recovery. For example, the minimum wage has not been raised since 2009, and, although a movement has called for a $15.00 an hour, a minimum wage of $21.72 per hour if adjusted with average productivity growth.

Of course there are arguments against raising the minimum wage such as it will create inflation; but inflation is already rising. Those that make more money and have skills, education or trades should not make the same as those who do not, and if a rising tide raises all boats, these skilled laborers would make more money too. Businesses can’t afford a raise in the minimum wage; yet a report by the American Sustainable Business Council showed 61% support for raising the minimum wage with the cost of living by small business owners.

From what I have read the likely threat is to the amount of subsidies the average tax payer has to pay for major corporations to provide low wages. Low wage workers turn to public assistance for help. Medicaid, food stamps, the Earned Income Tax Credit and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families subsidized fast-food workers and their households at $243 billion over four years a paper from UC Berkeley reported. Estimates by Americans for Tax Fairness estimates Walmart costs taxpayers 7.8 billion a year. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is on the bargain as well.

After the 2008 crash the Federal Reserve responded by bailing out banks and lowering Federal Interest rates to 0.25% in Dec. effectively making the rate 0. These are the mechanisms in place that financial leaders have used to fix the economy and help the people: and they have failed. Bailouts saved the banks and reinforced that deregulation can work as long as a constituency of taxpayers are available to maintain the the institutions that lobby for “free markets”. With Federal Interest rates lowered banks and those that have assets in non-taxing accounts (such as the Cayman Islands) and can borrow money from the Federal Reserve at these low interest rates and buy stocks back and finally cancelling them driving up the cost. Driving up the cost is rewarded buy bonus and higher valued stocks options. The results are in and the mechanisms didn’t work.

Dani Burger wrote an article for Bloomberg titled “Rife with Anxiety, Markets are Churning at the Fastest Rate Since 2008” in the article Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, a J.P Morgan “strategist”, is quoted as saying “Market turnover tends to be high when uncertainty is high, as institutional investors tend to reshuffle their portfolios,” This is a period Max Keiser has called “smart money selling to dumb money”. My opinion is to watch as much economic news as you can, the battle of propaganda between investors has begun. While trying to convince some that the economy is fine or as John McCain said in 2008 “The fundamentals of economy are strong…” or as CNBC’s Jim Cramer from Mad Money answered in March 2008 whether Bear Stearns was still a safe investment his answer was … Bear Stearns is fine. Do not take your money out.” Bear Stearns investment bank and brokerage firm fails and gets a taxpayer bailout.

Media outlets like Bloomberg are late, too late. The failed policies over the past few decades have eroded the middle class and threatened the system that the 1% praise. The problems of our economic system are deeply rooted and originate in our corporate-captured political system. Attacks on Unions, wages, and the deregulation of the banking industry have crippled labor and the blue collared workers

Going back to the Doomsday Clock, maybe it’s time for an Economic Crisis Clock. We know that the economy cycles in booms and busts, some are honest about the causes of these busts other choose to ignore the contradictions. We need those with insight and foresight that have a wide view of the issues challenging or society and economy.  This board of economic advisors needs to be a group of economists, environmentalists, biologists, botanists, and climatologists.

Economists such as David Harvey, Richard Wolff, Kate Raworth, Michael Hudson, Stephanie Kelton, Herman Daly, Ann Pettifor and, Nomi Prins have given us warning and solutions to upcoming economic collapse. Suggestions for fixing our economic system have been worker co-ops (like Mondragon), raising minimum the wage, regulating Banks and Wall Street (like the Glass-Steagall Act), instituting a Green New Deal (an economic stimulus package that would invest in renewable energy and resource efficiency while creating new jobs), Framing our understanding of economics within social and planetary boundaries, eliminating college debt, Medicare fore all, or community based cryptocurrencies, all these potential solutions for big problems.

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists factor in Climate Change in their calculations for the Doomsday Clock, all agree that time is running out (if it hasn’t already) for the nations of the world to respond in a meaningful way to limit the damage that is already predicted. The effects of Climate Change are already making an impact on our planet. 2018 is expected to be the hottest summer on record. Louisiana is losing coastal land to rising sea levels with the lower third of the state expected to be underwater if levels rise 3-5 feet, the islands Laiap and Ros of Micronesia have already lost two-thirds of their land area. The Antarctic is melting three times faster than expect and the largest contributed of rising ocean sea levels. In 2017 an iceberg the size of Delaware was discovered to have broken off from the ice shelf in Antarctica. Our Planet is presenting evidence that we are stressing its’ ability to sustain our living standard, the boundaries are being strained.

Energy Watch Group and The Post Carbon Institute argue that with the largest oil discoveries having been made between the late 1930’s to the late 1970’s new oil discoveries cannot continue to meet the world demand. Not only will these new discoveries be unable to meet current and growing demand these discoveries will not be able to meet the demand that will be need to use this energy for the conversion to renewable, sustainable and more ecological sources of energy. The pursuit of oil as the primary energy resource with coal not far behind has not only made our environment and climate stability tentative but also our economy and our international relations with global nations.

In the meantime industry not only squandering resources that could be used to convert our society to that of a more ecological and sustainable economy. Our financial industry is ruthlessly applying its’ influence and investment to the gain of a few, subsidizing the conspicuous  consumption of the wealthy affluent instead of making investments that could be used to ease, develop and optimize our communities and society.

The effects from our lack of planning and investment will present itself more so than it has in our climate. Our chance of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees will be used up in four years, the Global Carbon Project the rapidly increasing carbon emissions will push us past the 2 degree limit in only three decades. The small rise in global temperature will not only increase the heat but limit availability to freshwater, slow crop production, rise sea levels, melt ice and permafrost, none of these things are going to be good for the people or the economy.

The rich affluent may horde their paper money and gold but when the earth is your home and your home is unlivable those tokens lose value. Today people are concerned about their livelihood and are worried about the mechanisms and markets that affect them the most that is why the subjects of housing, food, water, healthcare, education keep being brought up. These are the issues that matter. If people could be concerned beyond these they could understand and potentially have an impact on the issues mentioned that will also greatly impact them. The economy is what we use to improve ourselves and the community, deregulation, lack of investment in the development of our infrastructure, suppressed wages are steering us toward another financial collapse.

The economy is cycling toward another crisis and we are two minutes to midnight.

 

Michael DeWitt

CoolCatM   Twitter: @CoolCat0001    Guerrilla Communication Tactics

Fake summit, fake peace

By Joseph Ballin 6/13/2018 1:33 PM EST

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No despite what you hear from MSM, North Korea is not giving up their nukes. Not that they should, but this is something Trump is touting as “North Korea capitulating to the United States by giving up their nuclear weapons.” This is anything but true. North Korea simply stated they are “striving towards denuclearization.” This is very weasel wording that could mean anything. North Korea would take 100 years to denuclearize. Nor can America be trusted to “end war drills with South Korea and Japan.”

The crimpling sanctions on North Korea by the United States will remain, along with US military forces in South Korea. The truth is much darker than the media is letting on. Fascist Trump is clearly preparing for a war with both North Korea and Iran? Why would Trump go out of his way to pretend to be making peace with DPRK? If you look at the strategy of John Bolton, he stated he supported negotiating with DPRK because “it would show negotiating with North Korea doesn’t work” and that would only leave us with one option, war.

This is what I call “playing the long game.” Trump does not want peace, no matter what anyone tells you. This is exactly why Kim will never give up his nuclear weapons. At least he will have some minor chance to stand up to the United States when, not if, war begins. The only real question is how it will start.

Hello darkness my friend

By Joseph Ballin 4/11/2018 7:31 PM EST

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A war is on between two groups of capitalist nations. On the one side of American and her satellite nations and on the other side of the axis of resistance, Syria, Russia, Iran, and Hezbollah. Any person who does not side with the defenders aganist aggression are imperialists, there is no middle ground here. You are either for the political sovereignty of Syria, Russia, and Iran or not.

The chickens are falling coming home to roast for Russiagaters and the Democratic establishment. Russiagate blew up in their face on Sunday when Trump attacked Putin and the Russian Federation by name. The fake Russiagate scandal generated by the mainstream media in relation to Trump has made him flip from wanting detente with Russia to now pushing for the possibility of a World War with Russia. I hate to be defending Trump here, but the Mueller investigation is a witch hunt for the most part on him and he has been the toughest president ever when it comes to Russia, from sanctions, to censoring Russian media in the US, to expelling Russian diplomats. Relations now with Russia are even worse than when they were during the Cold War. Only time I can remember them being worse than this was during the Russian Civil War when Wilson sent US troops to occupy Russia, engaging in open hostility with Russia.

Trump, who has finished assembling his war cabinet with neoconservatives like Mike Pompeo, Gina Haspel, and John Bolton, along with a war criminal like James Mattis, is prepared for a war, a massive war. A war that could lead to the death of all live on earth. A world war. To even contemplate that a few years ago would be insane, but here we are. The New York Times has a very good map on the current situation of troop levels in Syria. Check it out here – https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/04/11/world/middleeast/syria-military-us-russia-iran.html

Russia and Iran has stated that any attack on Syria will lead to retaliation. Iran states it will retaliate aganist Israel for the April, 8 strike. We are beginning to see military mobilization and flight cancelations in and around the area of Syria. The Free Syrian Army says it will lead a counter offensive when any such attack accrues.

Yet a conflict in Syria could open up conflicts elsewhere, such as Ukraine, Iraq, NATO/EU Russian/Belarus border, etc. Such a conflict would lead to tens of thousands, if not millions in a matter of a few days. The possibility of nuclear weapon usage would of course lead to the death of almost all human life on the planet. With Putin’s new nuclear weapons that can bypass American’s EU Thaad missile defense system, the odds of American not being take out in a first strike by Russia are almost a 100%. I leave you with this quote:

“Why, of course, the people don’t want war. Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece. Naturally, the common people don’t want war; neither in Russia nor in England nor in America, nor for that matter in Germany. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship… Voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same way in any country.” – Hermann Goering, 1946

Better Know A Primary: Texas edition

By Joseph Ballin 2/11/2018  6:33 pm EST

This is part of a multi-part series of endorsements and highlighting of progressive and democratic socialist populist candidates who will be running in primaries thought the USA during 2018. If you have any recommendations please DM me. These are the following candidates I am endorsing for the March 6, 2018 primary in Texas:

  1. United States Senator for Texas: Sema Hernandez: https://www.semafortexas.us/
  2. United States House of Representatives, District 2: Ali Khorasani: https://www.tx2.rocks/
  3. United States House of Representatives, District 6: Justin Snider: http://sniderforcongress.com/
  4. United States House of Representatives, District 21: Derrick Crowe: https://www.electcrowe.com/
  5. United States House of Representatives, District 23: Rick Treviño: https://rickfor23.com/
  6. Texas Governor: Tom Wakely: http://www.texansfortom.com/
  7. Texas Lietant Governor: Michael Cooper: https://www.vote4coopertexas.com/
  8. Texas Attorney General: None
  9. Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts: Tim Mahoney: http://www.tim4comptroller.com/
  10. Texas Commissioner of Agriculture: None
  11. Texas Commissioner of the General Land Office: None
  12. Texas Railroad Commissioner: None
  13. Texas State Board of Education, District 2: None
  14. Texas State Board of Education, District 3: None
  15. Texas State Board of Education, District 4: None
  16. Texas State Board of Education, District 7: None
  17. Texas State Board of Education, District 11: None
  18. Texas State Board of Education, District 12: None
  19.  Texas State Board of Education, District 13: None
  20. Texas Senate, District 17: Fran Watson: http://www.franwatsonfortexas.com/
  21. Texas Senate, District 25: Steven Kling: https://www.klingfortexas.org/
  22.  Texas House of Representatives, District 46: Jose ‘Chito’ Vela III: http://www.chitovela.com/
  23. Texas House of Representatives, District 47: Candace Aylor: https://votecandaceaylor.com/
  24. Harris County Criminal Court, Law 8: Franklin Bynum: https://franklinforjudge.org/
  25. Austin City Council, District 1: Lewis Conway Jr.: https://www.facebook.com/lewisconwayjr
  26. Travis County, 331st Criminal District Court: Chantal Eldridge: https://www.voteforchantal.com/
  27. Tarrant County Justice, Peace Precinct 2: Ernesto Gloria
  28. Williamson County Treasurer: Omar Kadir
  29. Travis County Criminal Court, Law 5: Mckinley Melancon
  30. Harris County Department of Education Board of Trustees, Position 6: Danny Norris
  31. Travis County Commissioners’ Court, Precinct 4, Susanna Woody: https://susannawoody.com/

Trumpie (Cranberries “Zombie” parody)

Here is the song Trumpie

Dolores O’riordan RIP

She was way too young! One of the most brilliant singers, songwriters, and figure of grace and beauty….more young woman artists should aspire to be like her.
Em        Cmaj7             G6             D/F#
the mother of all bombs, for miles the ground is shaking
Em                Cmaj7           G6           D/F#
When the violence causes silence, we must be mistaken
         Em                   C
It’s the same old theme since 2003,
        G                                  D/F#
on TV WMD drama
           Em                              C
With their tanks and their bombs and their bombs and their drones,
        G                            D/F#
 in your head, in their head, where was obama?
[Chorus]
        Em            C                    G             D  Dsus4  D
In your head, in your head, zombie, zombie, zombie
               Em            C                        G             D  Dsus4  D
What’s in your head, in your head, zombie, zombie, Trumpie
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Em       Cmaj7           G6               D/F#
Another head hangs lowly child is slowly taken
Em               Cmaj7                            G6              D/F#
And the violence caused such silence who are we mistaken
        Em                        C
It was GWB, now its Donald Trumpie,
        G                               D/F#
In your head, in your head, THERE IS trauma,
           Em                                                     C                            G
With their tanks and their bombs and their bombs and their drones
                         D/F#
In your head what went wrong with obama?
        Em            C            G             D  Dsus4  D
In your head, in your head, Trumpie, Trumpie , zombie
               Em            C            G             D  Dsus4  D
What’s in your head, in your head, zombie, zombie, zombie
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Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the Turd

marijuana on the schedule 1 is absolutely absurb

Mandatory minimum sentence laws should be torn up and burned

Eric Holder wrote some memos that are now being overturned,

by Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the Turd

 

ahhh! please don’t be tweeting at me, acting like everything would be great with Hillary,

She never supported legalization, and as a result Trump won over the nation,

now the dems listen to me, better legalize weed, or you’ll be the victim of your own hypocrisy 

don’t you be like

 

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the Turd
a man widely described and recognized as a human turd.

he’s a human turd, he is a human turd

Jefferson Sessions B’B’B’Beauregard he is a human turd

It started with William Howard Taft

By Joseph Ballin 1/3/2018 8:16 am EST

People always wonder how we got to Trump. How did the GOP lose it’s mind? Where did everything go so wrong? This all didn’t start with Trump, go back to Mitt Romney, well actually go back to McCain, well actually go back to George W. Bush Jr., well actually go back to Bob Dole, well actually go back to George H. W. Bush, well actually go back to Ronald Reagan, well actually go back to Gerald Ford, well actually go back to Richard Nixon, well actually go back to Barry Goldwater, well actually go back to Dwight D. Eisenhower, well actually go back to Thomas E. Dewey, well actually go back to Wendell Willkie, well actually go back to Alf Landon, well actually go back to Herbert Hoover, well actually go back to Calvin Coolidge, well actually go back to Warren G. Harding, well actually go back to Charles Evans Hughes, and finally we get to William Howard Taft.

I did that to show you that this cancer that that has infected the Republican Party and later the Democratic party has been around for a long time, and has historically go by different names over the years. Regan ran on “trickle down economics”, also called “voodoo economics” by his very own vice president George W. H. Bush. Coolidge ran on “Less government in business and more business in government.” One of the earliest critics of trickle down economics was Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, a political hero of mine, who would say the following about that issue, “There are two ideas of government. There are those who believe that if you just legislate to make the well-to-do prosperous, that their prosperity will leak through on those below. The Democratic idea has been that if you legislate to make the masses prosperous their prosperity will find its way up and through every class that rests upon it.” Bryan not only was the Democratic presidential candidate several times, he also changed the party platform of the Democratic party to move away from the Bourbon Democrats like Cleveland who governed as fiscal conservatives. Imagine if Sanders won the Democratic nominee and somehow managed to change the entire platform and party structure of the Democratic Party.

The Republican Party also saw an insurgency of it’s own on the progressive and nationalist side. Theodore Roosevelt was the vice president of William McKinley, until McKinley’s assassination by an anarchist. Roosevelt was trusteed into the presidency. During the time just before the United States entered World War 1, America was at it’s height in terms of the power of unions and radical movements in the US. We had anarchists, Wobblies, Socialist Party candidates receiving a million voters in a presidential election, etc. It was an era of American history called the “Pogressive Era”. Roosevelt came into the presidency dealing with a Republican Party that since at least the 1880s had sold out to big business and the intrests of the robber barons.

Roosevelt went to war with big industry, enacting break up of big corporations, who would later go on to merge together due to neglect, protecting our national parks, his “Square Deal” social welfare program, brought about the birth of our national parks, and brought an end to the Russo-Japanese war without involving US troops. It would be later he would be held up by Congress who refused to enact his progressive agenda. Roosevelt did not run again in 1908 and William Howard Taft. However, Taft was a conservative and refused to continue Roosevelt’s progressive. Roosevelt felt betrayed by Taft and the Republican establishment. After losing the nomination to Taft and created his own third party, the Pogressive Party. The Pogressive Party platform called for the following:

* Strict limits and disclosure requirements on political campaign contributions
* Registration of lobbyists
* Recording and publication of Congressional committee proceedings
* A National Health Service to include all existing government medical agencies.
* Social insurance, to provide for the elderly, the unemployed, and the disabled
* Limited the ability of judges to order injunctions to limit labor strikes.
* A minimum wage law for women
* An eight-hour workday
* A federal securities commission
* Farm relief
* Workers’ compensation for work-related injuries
* An inheritance tax
* Women’s suffrage
* Direct election of Senators
* Primary elections for state and federal nominations
* The recall election (citizens may remove an elected official before the end of his term)
* The referendum (citizens may decide on a law by popular vote)
* The initiative (citizens may propose a law by petition and enact it by popular vote)
* Judicial recall (when a court declares a law unconstitutional, the citizens may override that ruling by popular vote).

Kept in mind this was in 1912 his platform was purposed, not 2016. What America would look like today if Roosevelt didn’t lose control of the Republican Party to the right wing of the party, which caused the Republican Party to turn far right and the Democratic Party to move to the right wing, is up for debate. However, Taft refusing to continue Rooesevlt’s progressive policies would inevitably lead to the rise of Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, who would massively slash US taxes (The top marginal rate was reduced annually in four stages from 73% in 1921 to 25% in 1925.), lead to a massive economic bubble in the US, with massive inequality and most of the US being ruled as a police state by the KKK, and finally the collapse of 1929. Trump’s 2017 tax cut will go down in history in the same way the Harding tax cuts went, a complete economic collapse of the global economy. My only hope is this time we learn our lesson.

#boycottmsnbc fires Sam Seder for Ancient Twitter Joke

Here is my song “Sammy” a parody of a song I love “Sunny” by Bobby Hebb. Had to be released immediately considering the circumstances, I think we need to act fast. For real, he got fired for something he tweeted 9 years ago. I lead the charge #boycottmsnbc

Sammy

sammy,    yesterday you got fired from msnbc

Sammy,  let me say what that means to me

Now the dark days are done and the bright days are near

Our Sammy seder shines so sincere

Sammy, one so true

we love you

Sammy,  thank you for the great show every day

Sammy, thank you for the love you brought my way

You gave me the chance to sing my songs

And now I feel ten feet tall

Sammy, one so true

I love you

Sammy,     thank you for the truth you let me see

Sammy,     thank you for the facts from A to Z

You got fired from MSNBC

That sounds like a badge of honor to me

Sammy, one so true

I love you

My Nemesis: Michael “the Brooklyn Bubble Boy” Brooks

Imagine a world where Donald Trump himself called me and my friends dumb. Trumpie himself just starts calling out me, Jimmy Dore, Tim Black, HA Goodman, the Sane Progressive, Jamal Thomas, Nico House, Joe Ballin, Joe 30-pack, Coolcat, labels us all the “dumb dumb left”. If Donald gave me any attention like that, you can be sure I would spend ALL my time attacking him in return in a war of words, song, and the general mayhem known as “All the Hypocrisy Podcast”.

The same would go true if any of the other dark figures on the “alt-right” internet called me and my friends at allthehypocrisy.com dumb.  I would sling my words at them. Plenty of ammunition when it comes to hypocrisy that I could use on these people. But, sadly, no republicans are shitting on me and my friends.

Michael Brooks shits on us. Brooksy is not an evil hateful figure, but he chooses to call me and my friends out as dumb, for no other reason than to make himself appear smart. Its’s part of his act- cloak himself as a “true progressive” while shitting on the other progressives for being dumb. His divisive strategy is entirely selfish. He wants his viewers to feel comfortable in a bubble of arrogant contempt. Everything he says is tailored around this theme. That’s the world I live in. Brooks is the monster I will have to deal with. He wants to mock what we are doing here at all the hypocrisy dot com. I have warned him many times to drop his “dumb dumb left” bullshit. I was happy for him to start a show of his own. I do not watch TMBS. I decided to ignore him for a while and let his show grow without my involvement, but he never stops with the bullshit I hear on the Majority Report. Brooksy lives off of insulting all the various “tracks” that existing and his narrow “brooklyn bubble boy” track is the only way to steer clear of his insults. Many times he will insult the viewpoint of someone who is white or sounds a certain way, then you will hear a person of color speak the same thing and he will let it pass.  Brooks breaks this rule when he routinely insults Tim Black.

Here is the insane thing about Brooks. Although in theory we agree on most all issues, his viewpoints seem to always be formed in a way that will annoy me. He hates everything that I love, everything that gives me hope.  For example, in classic Hill-bot form, (although Brooks likes to score points by putting down Hill-bots he acts like one all the time), Brooksy likes to put down Tulsi Gabbard.

There are so many reasons that I love Tulsi Gabbard, and yes she is nice looking! And she has a great delivery of speeches, and she is also very clever with interviews and questions. The people of Hawaii love her even more than I do. She speaks out against “regime change wars” and she is for legal weed. If you like Barack Obama, then you better love Tulsi, but Brooksy shows his true colors by shitting on her. Its pathetic.

The door is always open for Brooks to come on “All the Hypocrisy Podcast” to defend his selfish and divisive viewpoints, but he refuses to to so. That is what pisses me off more than anything. The appearance of bravado that Brooksy displays does nothing to hide his cowardice. He pretends that my web site does not matter, nor to my views. All that matters is that he stays well insulated in his comfortable Brooklyn Bubble.

Let this post serve as notice to Brooks and his ilk. We are ready to defend out principles. We have been ahead of the curve. We knew Hillary had no chance of winning WHEN IT ACTUALLY MATTERED!!! There is no excuse for nominating Hillary Clinton.

So whatever this issue at hand, you can trust those people who were ahead of the curve in the past. We must throw out the people who pretend to be smart and start listening to those who have a fucking track record. That was the whole idea of how Obama beat Clinton. We won’t accept people who voted for the Iraq war.

I don’t fear a debate because my philosophy is consistent, and history rarely proves me wrong, and if it does I try to EMBRACE WHAT I WAS WRONG ABOUT AND REVISIT MY THINKING!!!!   But this shit-head Brooks was saying dumb dumb left before Hillary lost, and he is still saying it afterwards.

 

The hypocrisy heard round the world

By Joseph Ballin 11/21/2017 4:45 AM EST

When I heard that Roy Moore was a rapist pedophile, I can’t say I was shocked. How many more (no pun intended) times do we have to hear about a Christian evangelical who wears his (and I do mean his) religion on his shoulder as a holy roller, only to be revealed to be a fraud? What I don’t get is why I haven’t heard the name Dennis Hastart brought up once during all this? Dennis Hastart was the LONGEST Republican Speaker of the House ever, period. And decades prior to that, revealed only after he left the speakership, that he had molested little boys as a football couch. Keep in mind as Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastart brought up and voted in favor of the 2004 and 2006 constitutional amendments to ban same-sex marriage in the US Constitution. Roy Moore is also another Bush Jr. era leftover crazy. Prior to Roy Moore being outed a rapist pedophile, Republicans seemed to be perfectly ok with supporting this piece of shit subhuman. Let’s take a look at some of the crazy batshit insane shit that Roy Moore said that should ban him from being elected dog caughter:

* Roy Moore in 2005: Homosexual “conduct” should be illegal
* Roy Moore in 2017: 9/11 was god’s judgement on America
* Roy Moore in 2005: Opposes repealing Jim Crow era segregationist amendments to the Alabama State Constitution
* Roy Moore on Barrack Obama: Obama was born in Kenyan, spreading the racist birther conspiracy theory
* Roy Moore in 2003: Removed from the Alabama Supreme Court for trying to keep up the 10 commandment statutes
* Roy Moore in 2016: Removed from the Alabama Supreme Court AGAIN for not enforcing same-sex marriage ruling
* Roy Moore in 2006: Keith Ellison shouldn’t be seated because he’s a Muslim
* Roy Moore doesn’t believe non-Christians are protected by the 1st amendment
* Roy Moore is a creationist and climate change denier
* Roy Moore is a Israeli apartheid supporter
* Roy Moore thinks DACA recipients should be deported
* Roy Moore has voted CONSITENTLY against rape victims and in favor of rapists
* Roy Moore casted the sole vote in favor of a man who raped a four-year-old

And that’s just the tip of the ice berg. So let me give you the short version, Roy Moore is a Nazi long before this pedo stuff broke and all these Republicans who endorsed him BEFORE the pedo story broke, but ceased to do so afterword’s are gigantic hypocrites.

And another thing that’s really hypocritical is Donald “Gram em by the pussy” Trump. I’ve seen two tweets from Donald Trump about Al Franken’s sexual misconduct, but none one tweet or one word about Roy Moore, or even his own past comments like “when you are a star they let you do it.” If it was a black person he would spend the next couple centuries tweeting and attacking them because Trump’s cracker racist to his core. Billy Bush, at the time an anchor for Access Hollywood, was fired for that tape, but if you a Republican presidential candidate you are punished by being elected president. What does that tell you about Republican voters and their views towards women? All these vermin who spent decades ranting about gays, or immorality, Bill Clinton being impeached over a blow job, banning sex toys, etc. And fast word to 2017 and the modern day Christian right can be summed up that they were just full of shit the whole time. And yet they will still pretend they are the party of GWAD!

GOP = Grand Old Pedophiles