Thursday, September 20, 2012

- Re: Stuck On Stupid

The Analogy here is pulled from the comments of the last post. Think of the markets like Steve Martin in the drunk test above. Every time he does what the cop says, the cop comes up with some other ridiculous thing he must do to 'prove' he isn't really drunk (or in the markets case... broken). Always a new rule, a new mandate, and some new ridiculous politically appropriate goal that is unconnected from reality.

The only difference is that eventually the markets can't do everything. Maybe they stop tap dancing for a minute or drop an orange. When they do, the government proclaims it 'broken' and says that it's how we got all these problems in the first place.

And their answer to that, mysteriously enough, is always less liberty for the masses, and more power for them. Funny how that works.


chess said...

A classic......Also Dead Mean Dont Wear Plaid...

I hope you all are sitting down cause Im about to tell you all something that is freakin unbelieveable..
the US senate says US corporations are putting their money overseas in lower tax rate countries!!!!

They are saying that tax policies actually cause companies to adjust their balance sheets and strategies.. GOD say it aint sooooooo.Next theyl tell me that individual citizens will change their habits depending on tax rates. What is he world coming to?? Is down up? Is left really right???

Tom said...

Don't worry chess, I'm sure they have a 'solution' to this travesty. Although I can't imagine what it's going to be.

(And I actually prefer "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid"... I think it was at least as good as "The Jerk")

chess said...

I have faith that Carl Levine will fix it.. I hear hes very smart...
How can a movie be bad when you get to adjust Racheal Wards breasts because they got all crooked when she fainted.?

chess said...

House Members: Holder and Clinton Considering Release of ‘Blind Sheikh’
The Jewish Press ^ | September 20, 2012 | Lori Lowenthal Marcus

Posted on Thu Sep 20 2012 10:24:55 GMT-0600 (Central Standard Time) by Zionista Feminista

In a strongly worded letter to Attorney General Eric Holder and Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton, eight members of congress have demanded that a request to release Omar Abdel-Rahman from federal prison be rejected. Abdel-Rahman, known as the “blind sheikh,” inspired the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and is serving a life sentence for his role in a plot to conduct assassinations and destroy bridges, tunnels and other landmarks in New York City.

It is believed that the unrest blanketing much of the Middle East last week was inspired at least in part by the demands that the Blind Sheikh be released, and that any consideration of such a request was inspired by an effort to quell the widespread anti-American fury.

The letter sent by Representative Pete King (R-NY), Chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security and seven other key members of congressional leadership warned of the consequences of appeasing terrorism through such a blatant act of submission:

Please do this today.... Then let Mitt run with it from a pos prez point of view. Then lets have 5 minutes on the 93 bombing and what did Bubba do except get blowjobs. Blind Shiek should be Dead Shiek...

ikaika said...

Harwood Gaffe's reporting on Gaffe's

Just said that George Romney Gaffed and as a result Richard Nixon became the democrat nominee.


chess said...

I like the new Mitt . I said it and I stick by it.Get in their face Mitt.Look strong. For several years I have wondered how on an earth in a country that put a man on the moon that a man who blew up so quickly in a presidential primary then could become one of their standard bearers and talking head like Howard Dean. Jesus.
and theres anew ad in Florida today that is a Mitt ad and all you hear is Netenyahu. Nice.

Im on tivo. Theres Whorewood

chess said...

I dont who this is yet... This may be some of the best 5 min on Youtube...What is about a British dude telling you to go fu yourself that just sounds better.
Im thinking Sec of State in Mitts cabinet