Allen West, Ben Carson and Bill Whittle are Obstructionists (?)

This is another guest post by The Very Honorable Ima Librul, Senator from the State of Confusion Utopia. He was the first person of consequence to announce changes to the Bill of Rights enacted by President Obama and we are honored to have a post of this caliber by a quintessential Librul such as the Senator. He is a charter member of President Obama’s Go For It Team, a senior member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and Chairman of the Meretricious Relations Subcommittee. He is also justly proud of his expertise in the care and breeding of unicorns, for which his Save the Unicorns Foundation has received substantial Federal grants.

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Very few with the Senator’s orientation are as candid when articulating it. Facts? Libruls neither need nor want them.
Without further delay, here is the Senator’s article:

I have been asked for my views concerning Allen West, Dr. Ben Carson and Bill Whittle, shameless racist obstructionists all — as is everyone who attacks our loving Father Obama and His noble goals for us, His children. Here are recent videos by each.

They are disgusting manifestations of an individualistic racist “conservative” chic which they hope will sweep the nation and “restore” her to their own foolish and hence rejected values. It is indeed fortunate that very few share their obsessively obscene notions and that many moderate Republicans reject at least some of them.

Voting in the spring for the tea party budget developed by Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., who was Mitt Romney’s vice presidential running mate last year, was one thing. But as long as a Democrat occupies the White House, Ryan’s budget is little more than a nonbinding wish list — cutting Medicaid, Medicare and food stamps and slashing budgets for domestic agencies funded annually through appropriations bills.

Many tenured Republicans, particularly members of the House Appropriations Committee, have viewed Ryan’s sweeping cuts as unworkable all along. When more than $4 billion in entirely new cuts came to the House floor in the form of an actual bill for funding transportation and housing programs, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, confronted shaky support from less ardently conservative Republicans and decided to pull the $44 billion package on July 31.

That sparked a frustrated outburst from the committee chairman, Rep. Harold Rogers, R-Ky. He called for abandoning the Ryan budget and starting bipartisan negotiations that would provide appropriators with “a realistic spending level to fund the government in a responsible — and attainable — way.”

“Attainable” is code for something that can pass the Senate and get signed by President Barack Obama. That’s rarely a recipe for tea party fun.

We need, and hope to get, more bipartisan cooperation of that sort in the future. Can’t we all just get along and do what is fair and reasonable?

We hear that since we deem all to be “superior” no one is superior. That’s a crock! We, the libruls and our beloved President Obama, are superior in every way. We seek to improve the self-images of others to shield them from wicked lies and hence enable them to understand the truth — for example, that we, with President Obama’s noble guidance, have already caused Mother Gaia to begin to recover and the oceans to halt their alarming rise; but we still have more to do. Had He and we not already exerted heroic efforts to those ends, many would have died and many others would have been left homeless. Everyone belongs to our benign Government, which seeks only what is best for everyone.

Some may be puzzled that many conservatives refuse to be guided by His true wisdom. As my gracious colleague, Maureen Dowd, wrote on January 10th at The Paper of Record,

WASHINGTON — PRESIDENT OBAMA proved himself a great segue artist Friday, as he smoothly glided from his previously unassailable position on the matter of surveillance to his new unassailable position on the matter of surveillance.

There is no moral high ground that he does not seek to occupy. As with drones and gay marriage, he seems peeved that we were insufficiently patient with his own private study of the matter. Why won’t the country agree to entrust itself to his fine mind?

There is only one reason, an obvious one: those who refuse to entrust themselves totally to His fine mind are blatantly racist.

Immigration and welfare

We and President Obama have granted welfare assistance to many — but by no means enough — left helpless by Bush economic disasters and have provided for the sustenance of “illegal” immigrants — who want only to become lawful, happy and contented Democrat voters. Doing that has already stimulated our nation’s economy and improved our relations with our dear little Brown brothers and sisters in Mexico. By helping us they help themselves, the best sort of symbiotic relationship possible.

The promotion of the food stamp program, now known as “SNAP” (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), includes a Spanish-language flyer provided to the Mexican Embassy by the USDA with a statement advising Mexicans in the U.S. that they do not need to declare their immigration status in order to receive financial assistance.  Emphasized in bold and underlined, the statement reads, “You need not divulge information regarding your immigration status in seeking this benefit for your children.”

Our wisdom in combining economic and foreign relations benefits is truly a grand thing to behold. Yet even now, despite our efforts, only fifteen percent of all people in the United States receive “food stamp” benefits and the increases seem to have been declining recently; we have miles to go before we sleep. Clearly, we need comprehensive immigration reform and we can’t wait. Even President Reagan demanded — upon seeing the horrid Berlin wall erected to keep pitiful souls from fleeing the harsh capitalist regime in West Berlin to experience the joys of librulism in East Berlin — “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” Many even worse walls remain to be uprooted.

Overwhelming the system so that more deserving refugees can enter may work, partially, as a temporary measure.

Just this past Monday, Border Patrol agents say about 200 people came through the Otay Crossing claiming a quote: “credible fear” of the drug cartels.

So many were doing this that they had to close down the processing center and move the overflow by vans to another station.

“They are being told if they come across the border, when they come up to the border and they say certain words, they  will be allowed into the country,” said a person who did not want to be identified on camera.  “We are being overwhelmed.”

It is working nicely.

“This clearly has to have been orchestrated by somebody,” said former U.S. Attorney for Southern California Peter Nunez. “It’s beyond belief that dozens or hundreds or thousands of people would simultaneously decide that they should go to the U.S. and make this claim.”

Unfortunately, it is not the final solution that humanity demands. All walls, physical as well as legalistic, which even now keep too many of our little Brown brothers and sisters from experiencing the joys of librulism in our United States need to be torn down, immediately.

Consider the vast numbers of horridly disabled former economic slaves whom we have already freed from drudgery to embrace the beauties of freedom through Social Security disability payments. Consider the many others who have already left the workforce to pursue their happiness and whom we have, despite heartless conservative opposition, happily supported with unemployment benefits and to whom we will provide superior health care to give them the freedom they need to do what they enjoy doing. That is the very freedom which we strive, day and night, to give to all others less fortunate.

ObamaCare and the one payer system

English: President Barack Obama's signature on...

English: President Barack Obama’s signature on the health insurance reform bill at the White House, March 23, 2010. The President signed the bill with 22 different pens. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We are the true humanitarians and conservatives are the merchants of misery and death. The Affordable Care Act, President Obama’s signature legislation, has already vastly improved health care for millions across our brave new nation by causing some money grubbing insurance companies to cease to offer insurance; they demanded higher premiums and we stood steadfastly against their piratical efforts. Soon, we hope to implement “one payer” medical care for all, as we have long wanted to do. On that happy day, all medical care will belong to our benign Government.

Las Vegas Sun:

Reid said he thinks the country has to “work our way past” insurance-based health care during a Friday night appearance on Vegas PBS’ program “Nevada Week in Review.”

“What we’ve done with Obamacare is have a step in the right direction, but we’re far from having something that’s going to work forever,” Reid said.

When then asked by panelist Steve Sebelius whether he meant ultimately the country would have to have a health care system that abandoned insurance as the means of accessing it, Reid said: “Yes, yes. Absolutely, yes.”

The idea of introducing a single-payer national health care system to the United States, or even just a public option, sent lawmakers into a tizzy back in 2009, when Reid was negotiating the health care bill.

“We had a real good run at the public option … don’t think we didn’t have a tremendous number of people who wanted a single-payer system,” Reid said on the PBS program, recalling how then-Sen. Joe Lieberman’s opposition to the idea of a public option made them abandon the notion and start from scratch.

Eventually, Reid decided the public option was unworkable.

“We had to get a majority of votes,” Reid said. “In fact, we had to get a little extra in the Senate, we have to get 60.”

Reid cited the post-WWII auto industry labor negotiations that made employer-backed health insurance the norm, remarking that “we’ve never been able to work our way out of that” before predicting that Congress would someday end the insurance-based health care system.

Racism

We are also well on our way to eliminating racism in the United States. Even now, the rate of Blacks born to unwed mothers is at seventy-two percent, a good thing and they lead the way.

The black community’s 72 percent rate eclipses that of most other groups: 17 percent of Asians, 29 percent of whites, 53 percent of Hispanics and 66 percent of Native Americans were born to unwed mothers in 2008, the most recent year for which government figures are available. The rate for the overall U.S. population was 41 percent.

Far more needs to be done, so that all babies can be born to unwed mothers and raised by our benign Government rather than by tyrannical married breeders. Only then can our national curse of White racism be eliminated.  The late lamented Trayvon Martin is just like all other innocent little Black children murdered — by Whites with the blessing of the White system — for the mere “sin” of being Black and “uppity.” He is Emmett Till. Why does the vile Mr. Whittle even bother with racist nonsense such as this?

We shall not be moved from our sacred quest. Our beloved nation must be radically transformed if we are to become truly proud of her.

Conclusions

Our nation is our loving Government and that is why she is referred to as female. She is already our really good “nanny” and needs only to have increased authority and power to do everything that any truly good nanny wants to do, to for us. A good nanny does not allow those in her care to starve, to be deprived of medical care or otherwise to suffer needlessly. She also helps her charges to see truth and beauty as they are revealed. Even the parents of these beautiful children taught them to understand the truth, beauty and great humility which sustain President Obama. When, oh when, can all little children have the same benefits as those few?

They are truly special, just as everyone else must become!

Editor’s comments

Senator Librul has candidly outlined librul goals for our future through his and President Obama’s nanny state. Perhaps we can elect conservative replacements for “Republican” candidates who favor librul goals. If we don’t, librul “Republicans” will be at Senator Librul’s side as they destroy what is left of the best in America and bring us the increasing “benefits” of nanny statism.

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About danmillerinpanama

I was graduated from Yale University in 1963 with a B.A. in economics and from the University of Virginia School of law, where I was the notes editor of the Virginia Law Review in 1966. Following four years of active duty with the Army JAG Corps, with two tours in Korea, I entered private practice in Washington, D.C. specializing in communications law. I retired in 1996 to sail with my wife, Jeanie, on our sailboat Namaste to and in the Caribbean. In 2002, we settled in the Republic of Panama and live in a very rural area up in the mountains. I have contributed to Pajamas Media and Pajamas Tatler. In addition to my own blog, Dan Miller in Panama, I an an editor of Warsclerotic and contribute to China Daily Mail when I have something to write about North Korea.
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5 Responses to Allen West, Ben Carson and Bill Whittle are Obstructionists (?)

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  2. Tom Carter says:

    Seems like a whole lot is unraveling around Obama these days. ObamaCare, foreign policy, corrupt welfare programs, all the “phony” scandals are chomping at the walls of his bubble. If Republicans care at all, they’ll get together at least enough to take over the Senate in 2014 and then the presidency in 2016. It’s all theirs to lose. If they lose, well, then we’ll have business as usual until 2016 and Hillary thereafter. If you think you’ve seen arrogance in the White House lately, just wait.

    • Tom,

      Yep. I’ve been playing that song on my little banjo for quite a while. But do we need more librul “Republicans” to do it, or can we perhaps elect others who say what they mean and mean what they say?

      Dan

      • Tom Carter says:

        You need candidates who can gain the support of more voters than the other candidate(s). Sounds simplistic, but lots of Republicans, particularly far right-wingers and their running buddies, staunch libertarians, still don’t get it. Same old question — what’s more important, ideological purity or winning elections? Think about it — would the country be better off today if McCain had won in 2008 or Romney in 2012? Those who say “No!” because neither was pure enough for right-wingers are doomed to an eternity of sitting in the wings babbling to themselves.

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