Letter: Blame game

Lowell Wrucke, Naples

Blame game

So now we're seeing President Barack Obama's re-election strategy in full flower.

He's engaged in as much misdirection as possible, for he's decided that the best way to get re-elected is to blame somebody else for the mess we're still in. So he'll give us all of the bad guys we'll need to blame for our problems — Wall Street, Big Oil, the congressional Republicans, the tea party, Paul Ryan, Rush Limbaugh, the Supreme Court or the Catholic Church.

In fact, everything he says, now that he's in campaign mode, is about redirecting blame onto somebody else. And he doesn't care if his attacks are unfair or untrue or unseemly, because that's not what's important to him.

If you're even slightly familiar with William Marbury vs. James Madison, or if you know what the First Amendment actually states about the establishment of religion, Obama is not after your vote. He's after the votes of those who can only bother to note that the price of gasoline is rising and of those who believe that the Catholic Church wants to take away their contraception.

If Obama can get those people to direct their frustration and their anger at somebody else, other than him for the next seven months, then he will win.

First it was the Catholic Church and now it's the Supreme Court. Next week it may be Big Oil again.

It doesn't matter as long as it's not Obama who's getting blamed, but somebody else.

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PAREIDOLIA (Inactive) writes:

The price of gas is not under any President's control.
Oil prices are determined by the international monetary exchange, commodity prices, and world stock exchanges; mixed with speculation regarding foreign politics.
Limbaugh appeals to fools who look for reasons to keep hating those who they hate.

The Catholic Church is against contraception.
It is in the dogma of the Church to Catholicize the world; as begun with the 12 Apostles. If the Church achieves its ends; then they WILL take away your right to contraception.

If it wasn't for the Protestant Reformation; we would probably ALL be Catholic; and possibly under the heal of a Medieval Pope.

Don't be fooled into thinking that the Church is a friend of human rights.

whalling writes:

The writer understands well the dividing and demonization tactics of Obama, he is the "great divider". While the president does not totally control gas prices, I challenge the naysayers to identify one thing Obama has done to hold gas prices down. Oh, I forgot, he invested billions of our taxpayer dollars in Solyndra and other like companies.

pmz writes:

"So now we're seeing Republican election strategy in full flower"

Lie, whine, blame.

Their only option as they have absolutely nothing to offer America any more.

Not candidates, not accomplishments, not ideas, not solutions, not organization, nothing.

They've been completely consumed by their 25/7/365 propaganda ministry which is only capable of three things.

Lie.

Whine.

Blame.

pmz writes:

in response to Damyankee:

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Were you born after 2008 or is your memory your second shortest thing?

mr_1_term_proposition writes:

in response to pmz:

"So now we're seeing Republican election strategy in full flower"

Lie, whine, blame.

Their only option as they have absolutely nothing to offer America any more.

Not candidates, not accomplishments, not ideas, not solutions, not organization, nothing.

They've been completely consumed by their 25/7/365 propaganda ministry which is only capable of three things.

Lie.

Whine.

Blame.

You perfectly described the left wingers and democrats to a T!

pmz writes:

in response to pmz:

"So now we're seeing Republican election strategy in full flower"

Lie, whine, blame.

Their only option as they have absolutely nothing to offer America any more.

Not candidates, not accomplishments, not ideas, not solutions, not organization, nothing.

They've been completely consumed by their 25/7/365 propaganda ministry which is only capable of three things.

Lie.

Whine.

Blame.

Hmmmm. 25 hours per day is the time it seems as if Fox is blaring from TVs across the land but it's really only 24 hours per day.

pmz writes:

in response to whalling:

The writer understands well the dividing and demonization tactics of Obama, he is the "great divider". While the president does not totally control gas prices, I challenge the naysayers to identify one thing Obama has done to hold gas prices down. Oh, I forgot, he invested billions of our taxpayer dollars in Solyndra and other like companies.

Clearly the President has divided the electorate in two. Those who keep up with real news from real sources and those who like their news filtered, pre-digested, and opinionated in order to eliminate the need for actual thinking.

colinkelly2 writes:

It's "lying, whining, and blaming," and it's "flea-party," and other reasoned arguments again.
And you might not think Obama's "saving" of the auto industry was quite so wonderful if you had owned one of the companies, like the tens of thousands of stockholders whom Obama told, one morning, they now owned nothing. The company was his, and he gave half of it to the union, for nothing. Or the bondholders, who had loaned billions to the company at lower than market rates to insure their holdings, only to have Obama tell them their bonds were now worthless paper; the company was his and they were getting nothing. Real financial miracles, weren't they? And all so legal.

pmz writes:

in response to colinkelly2:

It's "lying, whining, and blaming," and it's "flea-party," and other reasoned arguments again.
And you might not think Obama's "saving" of the auto industry was quite so wonderful if you had owned one of the companies, like the tens of thousands of stockholders whom Obama told, one morning, they now owned nothing. The company was his, and he gave half of it to the union, for nothing. Or the bondholders, who had loaned billions to the company at lower than market rates to insure their holdings, only to have Obama tell them their bonds were now worthless paper; the company was his and they were getting nothing. Real financial miracles, weren't they? And all so legal.

That's called prioritizing the good of the many over the good of the few. It's what democracy is about.

Prioritizing the good of the few over the good of the many is the reason why the republican party has been unable to govern of late.

All tyrannical governments hold to the good of the few over the good of the many. That's endemic to tyranny.

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

That's called prioritizing the good of the many over the good of the few. It's what democracy is about.

Prioritizing the good of the few over the good of the many is the reason why the republican party has been unable to govern of late.

All tyrannical governments hold to the good of the few over the good of the many. That's endemic to tyranny.

Yessir...Stealing wealth from a legitimate shareholder and handing it to a union.

Mob rule (aka: democracy, PMZ-style)

pmz writes:

in response to trader9:

Yessir...Stealing wealth from a legitimate shareholder and handing it to a union.

Mob rule (aka: democracy, PMZ-style)

You've always avoided defining what "mob rule" is.

If you're saying that the opposite is prioritizing the good of the few over the good of the many, that's called tyranny. In the extreme it's dictatorship.

Are you saying that's your preference?

You are also saying here that you're against bankruptcy laws. Laws that determine how unsuccessful companies end their failure.

Does that mean that you are for debtors prisons?

Does that mean that you think that the government owes those who invest in failing companies a bailout?

ruf462 writes:

in response to trader9:

Yessir...Stealing wealth from a legitimate shareholder and handing it to a union.

Mob rule (aka: democracy, PMZ-style)

It's much easier to do if you promote class hatred by, among other things, claiming that any form of wealth is undeserved. That way, the wealth redistributionists can feel morally superior when they steal/expropriate/tax away what is undeserved.

Many people will roll their eyes if someone points to historical examples (somewhat more extreme) but you need only read beyond the superficial Wikipedia accounts about Soviet Russia in the early 20's. That's not so long ago when the Soviet govt launched a fierce propaganda campaign following NEP, to vilify kulaks, entrepreneurs, and anyone considered to be "too wealthy" before their property was seized by the state.

Some of the Soviet realist poster art from the 1920's is fascinating. All of that was part of the class struggle of workers against the filthy, evil rich (the vast majority of whom would, by today's standards, be considered to be middle class). Mao did the same, using the same recipe. Lesser known Post WWII Eastern European puppets also.

If that's too much reading, ask the question, "Why is class hatred morally superior to, for example, race hatred?"

ruf462 writes:

in response to pmz:

You've always avoided defining what "mob rule" is.

If you're saying that the opposite is prioritizing the good of the few over the good of the many, that's called tyranny. In the extreme it's dictatorship.

Are you saying that's your preference?

You are also saying here that you're against bankruptcy laws. Laws that determine how unsuccessful companies end their failure.

Does that mean that you are for debtors prisons?

Does that mean that you think that the government owes those who invest in failing companies a bailout?

Let me help you learn a new word and answer your question, all at once.

Mob rule = "ochlocracy".

Then apply what you learned the other day about using a search engine to find a definition, a pronunciation key, list of synonyms (words or terms which mean the same), etc. Amazing what you could learn if you wanted to. If.

ChiDem writes:

in response to Damyankee:

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You forgot to ask them for proof and facts from reputable sources.

Otherwise you get the usual "he saved 187 million jobs with the stimulus" (which when it is proven to them with facts to have been wasted, they immediately refer to it as the Bush stimulus)

wonderful (Inactive) writes:

in response to Damyankee:

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I think present obama has promised to get a neck/face tat if he is re-elected?

Has the secret service trying to appease the latina women groups he has alienated recently!

New fast and furious operation and they are working around the clock!

pmz writes:

in response to ruf462:

Let me help you learn a new word and answer your question, all at once.

Mob rule = "ochlocracy".

Then apply what you learned the other day about using a search engine to find a definition, a pronunciation key, list of synonyms (words or terms which mean the same), etc. Amazing what you could learn if you wanted to. If.

You mean like the Antea Obama Mob I suppose. I, personally see no evidence of rule by mob in America but apparently Trader9 does. Maybe he can give us both some evidence of it.

pmz writes:

in response to ChiDem:

You forgot to ask them for proof and facts from reputable sources.

Otherwise you get the usual "he saved 187 million jobs with the stimulus" (which when it is proven to them with facts to have been wasted, they immediately refer to it as the Bush stimulus)

Another one with his memory of 2008 erased by the republican propaganda ministry.

pmz writes:

in response to ruf462:

It's much easier to do if you promote class hatred by, among other things, claiming that any form of wealth is undeserved. That way, the wealth redistributionists can feel morally superior when they steal/expropriate/tax away what is undeserved.

Many people will roll their eyes if someone points to historical examples (somewhat more extreme) but you need only read beyond the superficial Wikipedia accounts about Soviet Russia in the early 20's. That's not so long ago when the Soviet govt launched a fierce propaganda campaign following NEP, to vilify kulaks, entrepreneurs, and anyone considered to be "too wealthy" before their property was seized by the state.

Some of the Soviet realist poster art from the 1920's is fascinating. All of that was part of the class struggle of workers against the filthy, evil rich (the vast majority of whom would, by today's standards, be considered to be middle class). Mao did the same, using the same recipe. Lesser known Post WWII Eastern European puppets also.

If that's too much reading, ask the question, "Why is class hatred morally superior to, for example, race hatred?"

Let's think about this.

Before the French Revolution the aristocracy lived in palaces like Versailles and did nothing to create wealth. They just spent it. The people who created the wealth, the workers, we're starving in the street.

Define "class hatred" in those times and under those circumstances.

Or, if you'd prefer, the times of the American Revolution when the colonists were creating all of the wealth most of which was going to the crown.

Or, you seem to be focused today on the Bolshevik Revolution. Use that.

To my sensibilities class hatred was the normal human reaction to unfairly imposed by military power circumstances and the reaction and actions of the workers perfectly predictable

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

You've always avoided defining what "mob rule" is.

If you're saying that the opposite is prioritizing the good of the few over the good of the many, that's called tyranny. In the extreme it's dictatorship.

Are you saying that's your preference?

You are also saying here that you're against bankruptcy laws. Laws that determine how unsuccessful companies end their failure.

Does that mean that you are for debtors prisons?

Does that mean that you think that the government owes those who invest in failing companies a bailout?

There are so many more opportunities that will be presenting themselves for the Mob to exert its will now that Holder considers it acceptable in his interpretation. Perhaps now use of gang graffeti will be accepted as even more than "modern art", but rather a mandatory area of study in public school art classes.

Be sure to get the receipt for your contribution to the Progressive Black Panther Bounty Fund. Bet it will be tax deductible should Obama get re-elected! I'm sure Kagen's already preparing a defense, just in case.

Steady as She Goes...WTF!

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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Surely an economics genius like ABC can tell us what happens in commodity markets when the supply of economical resources is constantly decreasing and the global demand is constantly increasing.

pmz writes:

in response to Writethinker:

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Trader9 is anxiously awaiting round 2 of the Civil War to put the world back to where God ( unquestionably a Caucasian man; just look at all of the paintings of Him done by white male artists ) obviously demands.

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to Writethinker:

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When you have no valid argument, default to the race card.

Quit being a drama queen and perhaps refute anything I've said (except the tax deduction of course).

Seems to me it's all in process, no? You don't have a problem with mob bounties then?

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

Trader9 is anxiously awaiting round 2 of the Civil War to put the world back to where God ( unquestionably a Caucasian man; just look at all of the paintings of Him done by white male artists ) obviously demands.

Spoken like the propagandist you are Peter.

Orwell would be impressed at you mastery of doublespeak.

Goebbels would be proud of you as his student.

pmz writes:

in response to trader9:

Spoken like the propagandist you are Peter.

Orwell would be impressed at you mastery of doublespeak.

Goebbels would be proud of you as his student.

I calls em as I sees em.

You're the one who wrote what you did.

pmz writes:

in response to trader9:

When you have no valid argument, default to the race card.

Quit being a drama queen and perhaps refute anything I've said (except the tax deduction of course).

Seems to me it's all in process, no? You don't have a problem with mob bounties then?

You never say anything supported by facts, how can WAGs be refuted?

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to Writethinker:

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SO...the press was just kidding about that whole bounty thing on Zimmerman then, eh? Maybe they just misquoted who was offering the bounty? Weren't any clowns in Congress on television making fools of themselves or 1% preachers leading marches and screaming for "blood" either.

(Yep, that must be it. All things Rush and Fox made up in a studio in NY.)

LOL. Who da thunk it. What else are you in denial of?

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

I calls em as I sees em.

You're the one who wrote what you did.

You calls em as Big Head in the Mirror hallucinates em!

Still waiting for you to demonstrate something not accurate in what I wrote (except the tax deduction of course. You'll just have to wait for that.) I know that's not explicitly taught on propaganda school Peter, but I'm counting on you rubbing 2 brain cells together for once.

Silent1nomore writes:

Now, where were we? Oh yea, blaming!

Ok, I won't blame anyone for the mess.....I just want it cleaned up!

Somebody please, tell Mr. Obama, that it's his turn to fix the problems! Then we won't HAVE to worry about who to blame in the first place!

Obama needs to suspend his campaigning that he has been doing for about 4 years now, before he asks me for another 4 years!

Like you would tell a teenager to clean his room, "No priviledges until the job is done! Don't care who you say messed it up, it's your room!"

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to Silent1nomore:

Now, where were we? Oh yea, blaming!

Ok, I won't blame anyone for the mess.....I just want it cleaned up!

Somebody please, tell Mr. Obama, that it's his turn to fix the problems! Then we won't HAVE to worry about who to blame in the first place!

Obama needs to suspend his campaigning that he has been doing for about 4 years now, before he asks me for another 4 years!

Like you would tell a teenager to clean his room, "No priviledges until the job is done! Don't care who you say messed it up, it's your room!"

Now you went and did it.

Writethinker's gonna have to call you out as a rascist.

Peter will blather on about Rush and Fox. Just ignore him.

Pragmatic1 writes:

in response to Damyankee:

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Let's start and end with the military casualty count.

We won't even talk about saving us from imminent default, getting Osama BinLaden, getting a national healthcare program going, reversing the loss of jobs trend, etc., etc., etc.

It would not make any difference no matter how many things were listed. Those who are closed to reality will never accept it anyway.

Meantime, does anyone really think the answer is to elect the poster boy for the 1%? Someone so out of touch with reality and so willing to say whatever is expected that he has lost all credibility?

Silent1nomore writes:

in response to trader9:

Now you went and did it.

Writethinker's gonna have to call you out as a rascist.

Peter will blather on about Rush and Fox. Just ignore him.

I would hate to have to come back with some "intense glares", or "strong Letters"!

I might take a strong stance, get mad, and even "VOTE", who knows?

Hope I'm not prone to "velvet violence", like those prolific and verbose Liberals!

They are at times intimidating!

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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If you have a source in the US of economical crude, please, speak up. All that the rest of us know about are the expensive low quality dregs.

The ones that Bush wouldn't open up when crude on the open market was cheaper.

Now that the US is producing more than ever before only one problem remains.

Nobody has figured out a way to make cheap gasoline from expensive crude.

Boy does that make it costly to waste as much as most Americans do.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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What does the word "fiction" mean to you ABC?

Hint. It's what comes out of your TV and radio all of the time.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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Are you whining that Zimmermann should have gotten a bounty for killing an unarmed black man?

pmz writes:

in response to trader9:

You calls em as Big Head in the Mirror hallucinates em!

Still waiting for you to demonstrate something not accurate in what I wrote (except the tax deduction of course. You'll just have to wait for that.) I know that's not explicitly taught on propaganda school Peter, but I'm counting on you rubbing 2 brain cells together for once.

Traitor9 believes that the propaganda ministry of the republican party presents balanced news while the mainstream news media publishes propaganda.

I know, I know, nobody is that s-----. I used to believe that too.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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Now ABC is trying to sell the idea that there is no wealthiest one percent in this country.

That means that our population is only 99% of the number of people in the country or that nobody is wealthier than anybody else.

Must be some of that republican propaganda ministry fiction that he is so addicted to.

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

If you have a source in the US of economical crude, please, speak up. All that the rest of us know about are the expensive low quality dregs.

The ones that Bush wouldn't open up when crude on the open market was cheaper.

Now that the US is producing more than ever before only one problem remains.

Nobody has figured out a way to make cheap gasoline from expensive crude.

Boy does that make it costly to waste as much as most Americans do.

Given that the current admin has stood in the way of more drilling on public lands, you're willfully lying again.

Given that no one has been allowed to build a refinery on US soil in years, you're playing propagandist again.

You're being obtuse again. Not to mention your usual transparent self.

pmz writes:

in response to trader9:

Given that the current admin has stood in the way of more drilling on public lands, you're willfully lying again.

Given that no one has been allowed to build a refinery on US soil in years, you're playing propagandist again.

You're being obtuse again. Not to mention your usual transparent self.

Someday I hope that you find a way to stop being s-----.

http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_crd_c...

More incoming news. Oil is not a nationalized business. The government doesn't build refineries, private companies do.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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That Zimmermann killed an unarmed black man is all indisputable.

Here's what was said by some group that claims to be the New Black Panthers.

"Over the weekend, members of the New Black Panther Party showed just how tense the situation in the Trayvon Martin shooting has gotten: They offered a $10,000 bounty for the capture of George Zimmerman, who shot and killed the unarmed teenager."

From:

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2...

This was when Zimmerman was hiding out from police.

Rewards for information leading to the capture of a fugitive from justice are pretty common. If there is any difference here it is that the police had not decided yet what to charge him with.

Of course, ABC claims that the guy who didn't even get hurt was being treated less fairly than the unarmed black man who was killed.

Really doesn't hold up to any scrutiny does it?

ChiDem writes:

Oops: Janet Napolitano Signed ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law for Arizona in 2006

Self defense is a right, regardless where you are standing.

Amid Democrat attempts to use the Trayvon Martin shooting as a means to push for the repeal of Stand Your Ground laws, it’s been interesting to note how many Democrats have a past that includes support for them.

Now it’s been discovered that an even more prominent Democrat, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, signed Arizona’s Stand Your Ground bill into law while governor of that state in 2006. And it’s important to note that Napolitano didn’t sign the bill half-halfheartedly, rather, she even countered anti-gunners’ opposition in the signing.

Whoops, It looks like Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Democrat, used her Current TV show to lambaste Stand Your Ground laws, and to blame Republicans for the existence of such laws in the first place. The dirty little secret is that Granholm signed Michigan’s Stand Your Ground bill into law in 2006.

pmz writes:

in response to ChiDem:

Oops: Janet Napolitano Signed ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law for Arizona in 2006

Self defense is a right, regardless where you are standing.

Amid Democrat attempts to use the Trayvon Martin shooting as a means to push for the repeal of Stand Your Ground laws, it’s been interesting to note how many Democrats have a past that includes support for them.

Now it’s been discovered that an even more prominent Democrat, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano, signed Arizona’s Stand Your Ground bill into law while governor of that state in 2006. And it’s important to note that Napolitano didn’t sign the bill half-halfheartedly, rather, she even countered anti-gunners’ opposition in the signing.

Whoops, It looks like Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Democrat, used her Current TV show to lambaste Stand Your Ground laws, and to blame Republicans for the existence of such laws in the first place. The dirty little secret is that Granholm signed Michigan’s Stand Your Ground bill into law in 2006.

Several states and politicians followed Florida into that swamp and now are begging to be led out.

It's made murder a virtually unprosecutable offense. Unless there are eye witnesses willing to testify otherwise, lying gets you home free.

Something that ChiDim sees as progress.

It's just another conservative ploy to turn the clocks back to caveman days when power was all there was.

The choice in Nov is between civilization and primitive living based on more for me, less for you. Including your life.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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"The fictional 1%."

Your words, not mine.

You consistently support the laws of Bush that tax income from not working at half the rate of income from work. You want the workers of the country to continue to support the wealthy of the country exactly, precisely the way that American revolutionaries were required to support the royalty of England.

You are a royalist, not an American.

pmz writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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An awful lot of unproven speculation there caveman.

Facts. Zimmerman put a bullet into an unarmed black man and killed him. Doing what police told him not to do. Accost him.

Tell us what a great world it would be if all of the rednecks in the world were armed and all of their enemies, virtually everyone else, were not.

ruf462 writes:

in response to Fuck_you_yasadpieceofsocialistshit:

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"...from where does such a right come?"

Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Pmz said so.[Please refrain from sullying the memories of the original Three Stooges by referring to their stage names.]

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

An awful lot of unproven speculation there caveman.

Facts. Zimmerman put a bullet into an unarmed black man and killed him. Doing what police told him not to do. Accost him.

Tell us what a great world it would be if all of the rednecks in the world were armed and all of their enemies, virtually everyone else, were not.

Well look at you. Judge, jury and wanna-be executioner. You, Jesse, Al and Big Head in the Mirror have already decided premeditation and recreated events on the ground. Without lifting a finger from your keyboard.

Mob Rule (aka: democracy, PMZ-style)

trader9 (Inactive) writes:

in response to pmz:

Someday I hope that you find a way to stop being s-----.

http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_crd_c...

More incoming news. Oil is not a nationalized business. The government doesn't build refineries, private companies do.

Now Peter resorts to flailing his arms and posting random statistics he didn't bother to read.

So, what's the definition of a "PADD"?
Here, so you don't have to work too hard: http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/TblDefs/p...

Now, what does that have to do with my point about public vs. private? Hint: Nothing. Production is increasing IN SPITE of this administration, yet they are arrogantly taking credit. They can't prove their statements just as you can't.

Rather than reword my other statement for your own misdirection, try actually refuting it for once. Who said the government "builds refineries"? They just stand in the way of them.

LOL...Propagandists. A mile wide and an inch deep is all you can handle. Gotta say you do try hard Peter.

RichMKing writes:

Trader 9,PMZ will not answer you.He can't.When he's caught in one of his endless lies he spins and twists,casting blame on one of his many imaginary boogie men.If that doesn't work(it never does)he'll start with the name calling and insults.It's all he's ever had in defense of his indefensable position.He will then claim "I'm right you're wrong because I (PMZ) say so!"He has been shown the error of his ways thousands of times but refuses to learn.You would think after 70+ years he would start to understand simple logic but alas,it is not to be.Stay tuned for the following tantrum courtesy of PMZ.

pmz writes:

I love to see and hear squirming extremists running from the light of truth.

Silent1nomore writes:

in response to RichMKing:

Trader 9,PMZ will not answer you.He can't.When he's caught in one of his endless lies he spins and twists,casting blame on one of his many imaginary boogie men.If that doesn't work(it never does)he'll start with the name calling and insults.It's all he's ever had in defense of his indefensable position.He will then claim "I'm right you're wrong because I (PMZ) say so!"He has been shown the error of his ways thousands of times but refuses to learn.You would think after 70+ years he would start to understand simple logic but alas,it is not to be.Stay tuned for the following tantrum courtesy of PMZ.

Prettty accurate assessment!

Some Liberals don't want to see truth, common sense, or history for that matter!

PMZ definately has his own take on things! He's just entertaining to banter with or to see how the other half of the country thinks!

If you are looking to change his views and replace them with yours, even if they make sense, you are wasting your time! That's how Liberals think!

Now you know how there happens to be a large percentage of voters that will vote for Obama, AGAIN!

pmz writes:

There are two species that flee the light of day.

Roaches and neo-republicans.

Ooops, my bad.

That's one species.

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