Chinese Communists Heart Obama; Oba-Mao tee-shirts selling like wild fire in China

Chinese Communists Heart Oba Mao

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22 Responses to Chinese Communists Heart Obama; Oba-Mao tee-shirts selling like wild fire in China

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

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  3. tellitlikeitis says:

    KSM: “I Beheaded Reporter Daniel Pearl”

    Al Qaeda mastermind Khalid sheik Mohammed admits he personally murdered Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, according to an updated version of his confession released today by the Pentagon.

    “I decapitated with blessed right hand the head of the American Jew, Daniel Pearl, in the city of Karachi, Pakistan,” Mohammed said in a written declaration submitted to a military tribunal at Guantanamo last weekend.

    The Pentagon says it initially redacted the confession so that it could notify Pearl’s family before the admission became public.

  4. tellitlikeitis says:

    The Onion: Obama’s Home Teleprompter Malfunctions During Family Dinner

  5. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama Has Failed the World on Climate Change

    US President Barack Obama came to office promising hope and change. But on climate change, he has followed in the footsteps of his predecessor George W. Bush. Now, should the climate summit in Copenhagen fail, the blame will lie squarely with Obama.

    The folder labeled “climate change” that George W. Bush left behind for his successor on the desk of the Oval Office in January likely wasn’t a thick one. Although Bush once said that America is overly-dependent on oil, he never got beyond that insight. He was too busy waging war on Iraq and searching for a legal basis for extraordinary renditions to pay much attention to the real threat facing humanity. “Forget the climate” seems to have been Bush’s unofficial motto.

    But few people expected that the Barack Obama, of all people, would continue his predecessor’s climate change plan. When he took office at the beginning of 2009, it was clear that the success of the UN Climate Change Summit in Copenhagen in December depended almost entirely on the US — that America needed to take a clear leadership role on a problem that could shake civilization to its very core.

    Only if the US manages to reduce its excessive energy consumption, commit itself to mandatory CO2 emission reduction targets and help finance the move away from oil for poorer countries, is there still a chance that countries like China and India will do the same and that a dangerous warming of the Earth can be stopped. On the weekend, Obama announced that there would be no agreement on binding rules in Copenhagen. It was the admission of a massive failing — and the prelude to a truly dramatic phase of international climate policy.

    Obama Lied to the Europeans

    Barack Obama cast himself as a “citizen of the world” when he delivered his well-received campaign speech in Berlin in the summer of 2008. But the US president has now betrayed this claim. In his Berlin speech, he was dishonest with Europe. Since then, Obama has neglected the single most important issue for an American president who likes to imagine himself as a world citizen, namely his country’s addiction to fossil fuels and the risks of unchecked climate change. Health care reform and other domestic issues were more important to him than global environmental threats. He was either unwilling or unable to convince skeptics in his own ranks and potential defectors from the ranks of the Republicans to support him, for example by promising alternative investments as a compensation for states with large coal reserves.

    Obama’s announcement at the APEC summit that it was no longer possible to secure a binding treaty in Copenhagen, is the result of his own negligence. China, India and other emerging economies have always spoken openly about the fact that the US, as the world’s largest emitter of CO2, has to be proactive in commiting itself to targets agreed on by way of international negotiation. But that is not America’s style. The US is quite happy to see itself as the leader of the Western world. But when it comes to climate change, America has once again failed miserably — for the umpteenth time.

    If the rest of the world were to follow the US example in their approach to fossil fuels, the oceans would not only heat up, but would probably soon begin to boil. American CO2 emissions per capita are about twice as high as those in comparable industrialized nations and many times greater than those of the developing world. The climate change bill that is currently making its way through Congress does not go nearly far enough — and that is Obama’s fault. The bill proposed reducing CO2 emissions by a ridiculous 4 percent relative to 1990 levels, by 2020. Climate researchers believe that reductions of 40 percent or more are required.

    The bill has since been watered down even more — by exactly the kind of lobbying interests which the new US president had promised to overcome. Obama has neglected to communicate the importance of climate change to his fellow citizens by speaking about it in a major speech or in his much-loved “town hall” meetings. And he has left it to the Europeans to take the lead.,1518,661678,00.html

  6. samhenry says:

    Oh, Great Cat – you are a wonderful compiler of posts and pictures. You are right, a picture is worth 1,000 words and it is no accident that this many items got imprinted and this idea got hatched. I see the hand of Organizing for America in this. I actually think it should be investigated.

    It adds to his mythological status and diminishes that of Mao, lol.

  7. tellitlikeitis says:

  8. tellitlikeitis says:

    Mortgage delinquencies hit another record in 3Q


    NEW YORK (AP) – The pace at which people fell behind on their mortgages slowed during the summer for the third consecutive quarter, but the overall delinquency rate hit another record, a new report shows.

    For the three months ended Sept. 30, 6.25 percent of U.S. mortgage loans were 60 or more days past due, according to credit reporting agency TransUnion. That’s up 58 percent from 3.96 percent a year ago.

    Being two months behind is considered a first step toward foreclosure, because it’s so hard to catch up with payments at that point.

    The rate was up 7.6 percent from the second quarter. That’s a much smaller jump than the 11.3 percent rise in the second quarter from the first, and the 14 percent leap seen in the quarter before that.

    While the slowing growth rate is a positive sign, the increase shows there’s still a lot of problematic mortgages out there, said F.J. Guarrera, vice president of TransUnion’s financial services division. The company doesn’t expect the figure to start declining until the middle of 2010.

    Two things must get better before mortgage delinquency rates start reversing themselves, he said: home values and unemployment. “Until we see improvement in both of those areas, it’s possible that it will take longer for delinquency to improve,” Guarrera said.

    The statistics, which are culled from TransUnion’s database of 27 million consumer records, show that mortgage delinquencies remain highest in the four states where the crisis has hit the worst.

    – In Nevada, the rate reached 14.5 percent, up from 7.7 percent a year ago.

    – In Florida, the rate was 13.3 percent, up from 7.8 percent last year.

    – In Arizona, the rate hit 10.4 percent, up from 5.5 percent in 2008.

    – In California, the rate jumped to 10.2 percent, from 5.8 percent last year.

    North Dakota remained the state where mortgage holders most often paid on time, with just 1.7 percent delinquency, up from 1.4 percent last year.

    TransUnion expects delinquency to rise to just short of 7 percent for the fourth quarter, compared with 4.6 percent for the 2008 fourth quarter. The rate may reach 16 percent in Nevada. Those states with the highest delinquency and foreclosure rates will likely continue to see depressed housing prices.

    The average mortgage debt per borrower nationwide edged up to $193,121 in the third quarter, from $192,287 last year. The District of Columbia had the highest average mortgage debt per borrower at $359,788. The lowest average mortgage debt per borrower was in West Virginia at $97,265.

  9. m2 says:

    Hey y’all!

    So Sarah Palin is gonna be on Rush’s show at 1pm!

  10. m2 says:

    VF, your comment from this morning about Obummer proceeding as a one-term president, yet in campaign mode to fool us…

    He’s in campaign mode because this guy doesn’t give a shit about this country. He’s evening the “playing field” so when he takes the GLOBAL stage, America won’t be the big guy.

    He’s an ELITIST fraud who doesn’t even care whether his communist worshipped policies WORK TO BENEFIT people.
    He’s just looking out for “Number 1”.

    And it ain’t America!

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  12. m2 says:

    “I’ve aligned myself with no group, no organization.” “I am truly an independent. I carry no one’s water. I’m aligned with no interest group, no organized political party, nor do I intend to be. I relish being an independent and having my freedom.”

    —Lou Dobbs

    …. and he still gets shot at in a drive by and threatened by the so-called “liberals”.

  13. tellitlikeitis says:

    The worst is yet to come: Unemployed Americans should hunker down for more job losses

    Think the worst is over? Wrong. Conditions in the U.S. labor markets are awful and worsening. While the official unemployment rate is already 10.2% and another 200,000 jobs were lost in October, when you include discouraged workers and partially employed workers the figure is a whopping 17.5%.

    While losing 200,000 jobs per month is better than the 700,000 jobs lost in January, current job losses still average more than the per month rate of 150,000 during the last recession.

    Also, remember: The last recession ended in November 2001, but job losses continued for more than a year and half until June of 2003; ditto for the 1990-91 recession.

    So we can expect that job losses will continue until the end of 2010 at the earliest. In other words, if you are unemployed and looking for work and just waiting for the economy to turn the corner, you had better hunker down. All the economic numbers suggest this will take a while. The jobs just are not coming back.

    There’s really just one hope for our leaders to turn things around: a bold prescription that increases the fiscal stimulus with another round of labor-intensive, shovel-ready infrastructure projects, helps fiscally strapped state and local governments and provides a temporary tax credit to the private sector to hire more workers. Helping the unemployed just by extending unemployment benefits is necessary not sufficient; it leads to persistent unemployment rather than job creation.

    The long-term picture for workers and families is even worse than current job loss numbers alone would suggest. Now as a way of sharing the pain, many firms are telling their workers to cut hours, take furloughs and accept lower wages. Specifically, that fall in hours worked is equivalent to another 3 million full time jobs lost on top of the 7.5 million jobs formally lost.

    This is very bad news but we must face facts. Many of the lost jobs are gone forever, including construction jobs, finance jobs and manufacturing jobs. Recent studies suggest that a quarter of U.S. jobs are fully out-sourceable over time to other countries.

    Other measures tell the same ugly story: The average length of unemployment is at an all time high; the ratio of job applicants to vacancies is 6 to 1; initial claims are down but continued claims are very high and now millions of unemployed are resorting to the exceptional extended unemployment benefits programs and are staying in them longer.

    Based on my best judgment, it is most likely that the unemployment rate will peak close to 11% and will remain at a very high level for two years or more.

    The weakness in labor markets and the sharp fall in labor income ensure a weak recovery of private consumption and an anemic recovery of the economy, and increases the risk of a double dip recession.

    As a result of these terribly weak labor markets, we can expect weak recovery of consumption and economic growth; larger budget deficits; greater delinquencies in residential and commercial real estate and greater fall in home and commercial real estate prices; greater losses for banks and financial institutions on residential and commercial real estate mortgages, and in credit cards, auto loans and student loans and thus a greater rate of failures of banks; and greater protectionist pressures.

    The damage will be extensive and severe unless bold policy action is undertaken now.

    Roubini is professor of Economics at the Stern School of Business at New York University and Chairman of Roubini Global Economics.

    Top economic prognosticator says job seekers

    must face grim economic facts

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  15. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning M2!

    I am constructing a 2nd blogpost on a breaking news subject re:stimulus propaganda and fraud

    just finished creating one of the graphics…

    Oba Mao is promoting narcissistic self, M2, and the Socialist Marxist Agenda… Full Time Propaganda is a must for those who act against the best interests of a population… that is why Obama Declared War on FOX News and any other organization which truthfully reveals them as Marxist Trolls…

    m2 says
    VF, your comment from this morning about Obummer proceeding as a one-term president, yet in campaign mode to fool us…

    He’s in campaign mode because this guy doesn’t give a shit about this country. He’s evening the “playing field” so when he takes the GLOBAL stage, America won’t be the big guy.

    He’s an ELITIST fraud who doesn’t even care whether his communist worshipped policies WORK TO BENEFIT people.
    He’s just looking out for “Number 1″.

    And it ain’t America!

  16. m2 says:

    Morning VF, and tellit, and samhenry!

  17. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning m2,Vf,SH and who ever else is around.

  18. m2 says:

    I love how Anita Dunn in her blind ARROGANCE let the cat out of the bag, that OBAMAO was in on the fix against FOX.

  19. samhenry says:

    Hi M2, Tellit, and VF

    Obama is in on everything, M2.

  20. m2 says:

    That’s right. He’s the “ear” in the corner, while his big money corporate fiends decide along with his SEIU activists how best to cripple the nation.

  21. m2 says:

    I was thinking his wavering on decision-making for Afghanistan would probably be a “present” vote had he been in the IL state Senate.

    He’s operating in a world above his pay-grade.

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