Lou Dobbs tracking the estabo GOP

Lou Dobbs – The Horrible Three-Headed Monster Of The GOP Elite

It’s Horrific – Three Headed Monster Of The Republican Establishment
Posted on June 1, 2016 by Rick Wells

It’s a horrible thing, the three headed monster that Lou Dobbs says is “lurking within the GOP establishment.” It sounds downright disgusting from his description, a hybrid of Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan and Bill Kristol. He notes “none of them is particularly aggressive, at least publicly, they’re more passive aggressive. They’re how the party of no was first formed, in fact.”

Dobbs continues, “Trump today slammed Kristol as a loser in his new conference,” point to an interview with Sean Hannity in which he says Kristol is just trying to sell copies of his failing magazine. Trump asked, “Who would do it? Look, it’s a guaranteed loss, you can’t even get on in Texas now because they missed their deadline and now they’re missing other deadlines. And all he’s doing, I guess, is trying to get publicity for his failing magazine, I imagine.”

Dobbs points out the weak track record of Kristol when it comes to predicting political winners and losers, including the prediction that Hussein Obama would not defeat Hillary Clinton in a single Democrat primary in 2008 and a Romney victory in 2012.

Dobbs notes that Kristol’s boss, billionaire Philip Anshutz, who owns the Weekly Standard, generally tries to remain out of the spotlight, but he’s stepped into it with both feet on this one. He’s donated over $1 million to establishment GOP candidates this cycle but Dobbs can’t imagine Anshutz either permitting or dispatching Kristol on this fools’ errand.

In response to Trump’s comments about Kristol, he replied, “I’ve won some and I’ve lost some but one thing I’ve always tried not to be is a roaring jackass.” Dobbs adds, “In my opinion, Kristol has obviously failed in the latter regard and in recent years he’s been almost always been wrong in his choice of candidates and indeed public policies.”

Wrongheadedness,” says Dobbs, “doesn’t deter elites like Kristol, all uncomfortable with the democratic reality that votes do matter and that majorities and not special interests, not even really rich elite interests rule.”

Dobbs adds, “And they fear Trump mightily, precisely because he’s likely to make the establishment very uncomfortable for a very long time.”

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Could it be as simple as Trump says, he’s “trying to get publicity for his failing magazine?” I don’t know. However, it is clear that Kristol is willing to risk it all, or what is left of it, to oppose Trump. A losing cause for himself and potentially the country.

What makes a person that driven to obsession? He has said he didn’t mind supporting Hillary or if she won. He can try to run from that. So Kristol is not about winning, he is about Trump losing. That his subscribers flee, so what? Apparently his establishment ties are stronger and more important. Love for country? Please.

Like Dobbs said, Kristol’s pick record is not good. And then he has been palling around, scheming with Romney for months — with Romney’s record. Ryan’s record is confirmation. But if Trump would lose, they can all come back in 2020 for another round.

Here is another one for the estabo record from Rick Wells:
Boehner Got $5 million, Ryan $2 Million, McConnell $9 Million – Any Doubt Why TPA Passed?

What if Romney won

If Romney had won, we would be a few weeks into a new administration and the questions would be flying fast and furious from the media. There would be so much to harass criticize Romney over. Media would have to hold secret group sessions just to decide which of the many criticisms they would attack Romney on, since his taxes were published and still fodder for attack dogs. (no shortage of them) “Is he a certified criminal?” Why even ask?

They would no doubt ask, “what are you doing about the sputtering economy?” … “and what exactly are you going to do about the debt CRISIS? You cannot ignore it.” They would chant about bringing the troops home from Afghanistan.  His innaugural speech would be labled one of the worst, completely lacking content or specifics.

By now we would be still going through a massive list of pardons and a final of flurry executive orders Obama left. All irreversible they say.

Of course, mad dog media would be all over the initial appointments, looking for every minority. The word “controversial” would be attached to everything Romney says or does.  They’d tell him he has no mandate for judges or anything else.

The Senate would be in denial and telling him they will not rubber stamp anything he wants.  And they’d be making sure he understands the limits of executive power. They would lecture us on the “Advice and Consent” responsibilities of the Senate. The word “bipartisan” would be used in every other paragraph just to remind us how partisan Mitt is.

Everyone who remotely knew Romney would be interrogated to find the “secrets” and “truth” Mitt is hiding.

They would debate on how many weeks of a honeymoon he deserves while they aggressively go after anything he says or does. And they’d pick apart any White House trappings or changes the first lady makes. And all the stories about his family they stumbled across over the campaign would be lined up and ready to hit the front pages — after a brief, invisible honeymoon of course.

Oh, what a different story it would be, from the Marxist left.

There suddenly is a whole ot of front page material with all the issues they’ve been ignoring for four years. There had better not be any vacations planned soon with all this urgency about the economy, debt, and this mountain of issues to deal with.

And then the first lady “is no Michelle Obama…how will she ever manage – if she can?” Basically, the media declares they’ve been given a mandate to challange everything.(its a whole different world now) After all, Mitt had no mandate for anything.

Of course there’s always the blatant racism…. so much to write and say about that. All those disenfranchized voter suppression problems to have months of hearings on. “Racism” would be a byline in news broadcasts and echoed from street corners. “Remember, he’s a Mormon too.” So much to say about that.

And we would be less than a month into his term. Who knows what they’d be like in the second year.

Oh well, back to an even uglier reality.

America’s mayor calls out America’s failure, Obama

WATCH: Rudy Giuliani Hammers Obama At Romney Rally in Ohio: “He Should Resign”…”He Lied”

 

November 3, 2012
Rudy Giuiliani enraged

He doesn’t want a second term he wants a second chance because he screwed it up the first time” Rudy said at the Romney rally in West Chester, Ohio

(CNN) Not long after taking a few seconds of silence for those affected by Superstorm Sandy, Rudy Giuliani began ripping into President Barack Obama on Friday while speaking at major campaign event for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan in Ohio.

The former New York City mayor delivered a series of blistering zingers against the president, rallying the massive crowd with line after line of reasons why Obama should “resign” and faulting him for “incompetence” over the Libya consulate attacks.

From: http://therightnewz.com/?p=13274

Rudy ties it all together. “They should be ashamed of themselves!”

The liars’ convention

 


September 2, 2012

Democratic aide: GOP thinks “lying is a virtue”

(CBS News) As President Obama and the Democrats gear up for their convention in Charlotte, N.C., this week, Democrats unpacked their thoughts on last week’s Republican convention. Senior campaign aide Stephanie Cutter said she gathered that Republicans “think lying is a virtue.”

“It was a week of personal attacks, empty platitudes, and the one thing you were left with is they really think lying is a virtue,” Cutter said on “Face the Nation” Sunday.

When asked by host Bob Schieffer if she thinks Republicans are liars, she walked the statement back, slightly. “I heard a lot of things that weren’t true last week,” she said, pointing to vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s assertion that President Obama’s policies closed a Janesville, Wis., plant. The plant actually closed in 2008, before Mr. Obama took office. [….]

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-3460_162-57504979/democratic-aide-gop-thinks-lying-is-a-virtue/?tag=contentMain;contentBody

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Similar charges flowed simultaneously from David Plouffe

Sep 2, 2012 11:23am
 

David Plouffe: Romney Campaign Built on ‘Tripod of Lies’

[excerpt]

(abc news) White House senior adviser David Plouffe charged that the Romney campaign is “built on a tripod of lies,” criticizing the Republican ticket for their attacks on President Obama over welfare, Medicare, and small businesses.

“Right now their campaign is built on a tripod of lies,” Plouffe told me this morning on “This Week.” “A welfare attack that is just absolutely untrue. The suggestion we’re raiding Medicare – absolutely untrue. And then this whole ‘we can’t build it’ nonsense.”

“I don’t think we’ve ever seen a presidential campaign ever that’s built on a foundation of absolute lies. And I think ultimately they’re going to pay a price for that,” Plouffe added.
[…/ ]
Democratic National Committee chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz charged Thursday that the Romney campaign was playing the race card with the welfare attack, using it as a “dog whistle” for voters to consider race.

http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/09/david-plouffe-romney-campaign-built-on-tripod-of-lies/

Michelle Obama (convention speech)

“I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as “us” and “them” – he doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above … he knows that we all love our country … and he’s always ready to listen to good ideas … he’s always looking for the very best in everyone he meets.”

They’ve institutionalized it.
And we’ve never seen a presidency built on such a foundation of lies.

Demonizing Ryan

The fear is all over the Democratic Party. They like to rerun the last election — like some generals fight the last war. Thus, they are all out to demonize Ryan. If they could just dehumanize him because the more people see of him the more humanized he becomes.

Obama’s “bitterness” is now at its worst, to say nothing about his “antipathy” toward Ryan. And he is clinging, to whatever he can.

Ryan is not what the left paints him as. So they do what they did to Palin in 08, they campaign against him. Is this the first time an incumbent pres ran against a VP candidate? Obama also has a knack for going after anyone on the other side who is popular, aside from him. How dare anyone upstage him. For that I suppose Ryan is a threat to Obama.

I will not list all the things they’ve called Ryan or his plans, just so far. But even Obama called his plan social Darwinism or a Trojan Horse — he should know something about that. Just like the campaign shot Obama took at his imitation press conference that “you can’t just make things up.” I wonder if he could copy that memo to Harry Reid?

Obama has his composite “Julia”, which I guess qualifies as a plan to him.

But Ryan actually has some plans and has done lots of analysis to get there, as opposed to Obama’s demagoguery and demonization. Oops, Obama said he wasn’t running a negative campaign. There’s a big tall one for you.

Obama’s siphon hose on Medicare

How Obamacare’s $716 Billion in Cuts Will Drive Doctors Out of Medicare


Roy Avik (Forbes.com contributor)

There are 600,000 physicians in America who care for the 48 million seniors on Medicare. Of the $716 billion that the Affordable Care Act cuts from the program over the next ten years, the largest chunk—$415 billion—comes from slashing Medicare’s reimbursement rates to doctors, hospitals, and nursing homes. This significant reduction in fees is driving many doctors to stop accepting new Medicare patients, making it harder for seniors to gain access to needed care. Here are a few of their stories.
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Read at: (in-depth article)

http://www.forbes.com/sites/aroy/2012/08/20/how-obamacares-716-billion-in-cuts-will-drive-doctors-out-of-medicare/

Media narrative on Ryan failing

Jammie Wearing Fools reports:

 

AP Fail: ‘Romney wants his risky pick to play it safe’

Posted by on Aug 18, 2012 at 8:51 am
romneyryan

A week after being introduced as Mitt Romney’s VP running mate and Paul Ryan has taken the nation by storm, already reaching rock star status as he plays to overflow crowds.  Still, that doesn’t deter the lamestream media from trying to portray him as “risky” or “controversial” in their reporting.

All week we’ve been treated to an epic meltdown by the current Vice President, yet it’s Ryan who’s the risky candidate.

It’s absurd.    [ …/ ]

http://www.jammiewf.com/2012/ap-fail-romney-wants-his-risky-pick-to-play-it-safe/

 

All the while MSN ignores  Obama’s 716 billion-dollar raid on Medicare. But they have their narrative, and they’re sticking to it.

Biden posits Insurgent Obama

Meanwhile, back on the ranch in Virginia

The Hill reports

Biden hits Ryan record, likens it to ‘running against an incumbent’

“Congressman Ryan and his Congressional Republicans, as one person said, have already done what Gov. Romney is promising he will do for the nation,” Biden said before a crowd of nearly 900 people at a research center in southern Virginia. “So this is one of those rare cases. It’s almost like running against an incumbent. Everybody knows what we stand for and what we want to do. We are making it as clear as we can make it.” – TheHill.com

Biden now carefully tries to assert the central theme of Obama’s campaign since the start: Run as an insurgent candidate. It has been largely ignored. Facing daunting polls and a sickly economy, plagued by a microcosm of failures and problems in his term, team Obama strategized the only chance he had to win would be running as an outsider, thus an insurgent campaign.

“We are making it as clear as we can make it.” That is a joke, right Joe?

This is ludicrous on its face. It is laughable in theory, Obama is the “incumbent”. Once again, he tries to be something he’s not. It would be akin to Obama running against himself. Still they said this was his route to success.

In April, 2011 it was described this way (4:50 in video),

We ought to NOT act like an incumbent. We ought to act like an insurgent campaign that wakes up every single day, trying to get every single vote we can. So every single day we have to go scratch and claw for those votes. — Jim Messina.

Of course, his big problem is that Romney is not the incumbent — he doesn’t have to act. The fact is Barack Obama is the incumbent as much as he tries to pretend he is not. Isn’t that like running against yourself… or running away from yourself? So does that make Obama ‘Insugent in Chief’? It is hard to argue with the “scratching and clawing” part though.

Ref: http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/243581-biden-hits-ryan-record-says-race-like-running-against-an-incumbent

More like the campaign of illusions.

If it looks like a duck…it’s a pig.

And adding a little lipstick to it would not hurt.

February:

WASHINGTON | Mon Feb 13, 2012 1:58pm EST
(Reuters) – President Barack Obama proposed slashing subsidies to the booming agriculture sector by $32 billion over the next decade, just as Congress begins the lengthy process of overhauling the expiring U.S. farm law.

August 13, 2012 Obama speech in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Coinciding with Obama’s appearance here was an announcement from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture that it will purchase up to $170 million worth of agricultural products– a move intended to buoy an industry ailing under a major drought. – DesMoine Register reports.

Now he is actually stumping on farm subsidies, after proposing huge cuts in his budget. His criticism is aimed at Ryan for standing in the way of a farm bill. Now he wants to portray Ryan as the cutter in chief. Aka the bad guy. So he’s calling the Iowa dogs out to attack Ryan on standing in the (his) way.

Sure it is hypocritical, but its also his political M O. He proposed cuts, including 5 billion/year direct payments to farmers, hoping for 32 billion cut over 10 years.

Now he and his dep of Agriculture announce a 170 million dollar agri-products spending (subsidy) program to Iowan farmers, in a thinly veiled vote purchase. 100 million in pork products. Along with pushing a farm bill. This also had an immediate effect on hog futures, pushing them up 1.70 for December contracts.

Ref:
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/13/us-usa-budget-farm-idUSTRE81C18R20120213
http://blogs.desmoinesregister.com/dmr/index.php/2012/08/13/in-council-bluffs-president-obama-offers-help-to-farmers-support-for-wind-energy/

No word yet on the mood of pigs.