How to Make Sure Things Actually do Get Worse for Sure

Now more than ever:

Politics: The conduct of public affairs for private advantage. — Ambrose Bierce

Too many people are thinking of security instead of opportunity. They seem more afraid of life than death. — James F. Byrnes

Yes, the choices are awful, but they’re clear, obvious, and, again, the choices are clear; let the Republicans get back in power and things will get a lot worse, guaranteed:

Gone:

(Burke in twilight, as it were, here.)

Me, I don’t love these Hitler videos, but this one is so special:

Doomed! Because truth is ignored and bullshit rules. If it can’t be stopped, it can be slowed….

Did I say bullshit rules:

Here’s the narrative you hear everywhere: President Obama has presided over a huge expansion of government, but unemployment has remained high. And this proves that government spending can’t create jobs.

Here’s what you need to know: The whole story is a myth. There never was a big expansion of government spending. In fact, that has been the key problem with economic policy in the Obama years: we never had the kind of fiscal expansion that might have created the millions of jobs we need.

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But if they won’t say it, I will: if job-creating government spending has failed to bring down unemployment in the Obama era, it’s not because it doesn’t work; it’s because it wasn’t tried. (Link.)

Ten moral paradigms who we don’t need because they’re actually lying hypocrites.

Write Obomba; he doesn’t know yet that there’s a major problem with fraudulent foreclosures.

Brilliant. Genius. Banksy:

Yesterday’s special:

Funtime:

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