Either ignorance, stupidity or reverting to his roots…

I am sure it was just a simple accident.  It has to be. Wikipedia is considering taking down the slogan.


45 thoughts on “FORWARD!!!

  1. Amazona May 5, 2012 / 1:18 pm

    “I am sure it was just a simple accident. It has to be.”

    Why did it have to be? A man who purposely steeped hmself in Marxism, whose ideology is that of the radical Left, who has surrounded himself with friends and advisors from all elements of radical Leftism, cannot have ACCIDENTALLY chosen a slogan historically used by those elements for many decades.

    Was it “just a simple accident” that the head of SEIU chose to begin speeches with the famous slogan of the Left, “Workers of the world, unite”?

    They are telling us who they are and what they intend to do, if we let them, and we just ignore what they say.

    • neocon1 May 5, 2012 / 1:38 pm

      UN: USA should return stolen land to Indian tribes…

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    • Canadian Observer May 7, 2012 / 11:50 am

      A man who purposely steeped hmself in Marxism, whose ideology is that of the radical Left, who has surrounded himself with friends and advisors from all elements of radical Leftism…Amazona
      I wonder if the President’s ‘radical Leftism’ is responsible for this, Amazona.

    • neocon1 May 5, 2012 / 2:16 pm

      nanu nanu dork

      still infected with the BDS son?
      Off to Venus with you.

      • neocon1 May 5, 2012 / 2:32 pm

        dennistooge….for you.

    • neocon1 May 5, 2012 / 2:19 pm

      nanu nanu dork

      • neocon1 May 5, 2012 / 2:28 pm

        Socialist Prog Repeller

        Keep socialist pests away with this odor-activated talking device that reads such irritating pre-recorded messages as:

        · Life isn’t fair.
        · Work starts at 7am.
        · Why don’t you pitch in and help out?
        · Grab a shovel or a hammer.
        · Remember to shower once a day.
        · Progress is not what you think it is.
        · Nobody owes you anything.
        · The earth is just fine, thank you.
        · Obama is not a god.
        · Marxism is just an outdated conspiracy theory.

  2. Cluster May 5, 2012 / 2:40 pm

    I think the recent “Life of Julia” is an accurate and disturbing glimpse into the Obama agenda, and that is a government centered society that controls nearly every aspect of ones life I agree with Amazona, this is no accident, and this 2012 election is crucial to all Americans that want to preserve what made this country great. Obama will surely destroy it if we allow him.

  3. Amazona May 5, 2012 / 3:24 pm

    We need to start paying attention, because these people are telling us who they are and what they want to accomplish. We just blow it all off, dismissing what they say as “accidents” or “out of context” or using some other avoidance tactic to dodge the responsibility of looking at what they say, what they mean, and how it affects us.

    baggy tries, in his typical simpering manner, to imply that any use of the word “forward” is socialist in nature. I guess. With baggy, it is always so hard to tell. Of course, it is nonsense, just as the word “left” does not always refer to collectivist redistributionist government-centered power. But as a slogan, it definitely echoes the rallying call of prior Leftists, just as “Workers of the world, unite” has a specific history and meaning although any of the words in other contexts do not.

    In one of his “autobiographies” Obama makes a point, in his careful parsing of the title, of telling us to our faces that he has dreams—and that they come FROM his father. Therefore, it is only logical to examine the dreams OF his father, to see what came FROM him to his son.

    And the dreams OF his father were clearly not dreams of being an American, of contributing to the historically American way of government or life, but of advocating radical Leftist ideology.

    Barack himself sent us this message. I think it safe to assume he at least chose the title of the book, and contributed to its content, and approved of it. After all, none of it has been altered or amended, and he read it himself in the audio version. So there can be no doubt that he referrred to the dreams he himself has, which he got FROM his father.

    That, and other comments he has made, as his unscripted but obviously heartfelt statement to Joe the Plumber that “when the wealth is spread around we all benefit”, his obiesance to Leftist leaders, his dismissive comments about the United States, his desire to submit our nation to global law and rule, and now his blatant choice of a slogan so deeply tied to radical Leftist dictators, all send us a message.

    Why do we ignore it?

    • Cluster May 5, 2012 / 3:32 pm

      Is that the “polygamist” father of Obama you speak of? Remember when Bader Ginsburg said in an interview that if she were to start a country, she would not model it after the US Constitution – you know that document that she has sworn allegiance to and promise to uphold, and a document of which has resulted in the most prosperous, most civil rights conscience, and most equitable country this planet has ever seen. I guess Ginsburg harbors the same disdain for this country that Obama has.

      • Amazona May 5, 2012 / 4:15 pm

        Yes, but I don’t remember Ginsberg actually making statements about wanting to “fundamentally transform” this nation, just kind of griping about it. (BTW, that “fundamentally transform” statement is another overt statement of intent that has just been glossed over/ignored.)

      • Amazona May 7, 2012 / 2:23 pm

        Was Barry Senior a polygamist or just a bigamist? Does “bigamy” meaning having two wives concurrently (“bi”) and having more than two make you a polygamist?

        Since the marital history of one grandparent is evidently going to be a focal point of the RRL in this election, let’s be sure to get the marital history of a father—the one whose dreams now live in his son—-is clarified.

  4. dennis May 6, 2012 / 3:32 am

    Cozy little party of three here – well four, counting Tired – who give this any credence. You guys really are scraping for material, aren’t you?

    And you actually linked Obama’s promo video? Nice reference. The Victoria Jackson cameo is a nice touch – what a golden voice. But for a blog topic, I’m telling you “Republicans for Obama” has the makings of a far better human interest story all the way around. Why don’t you send a reporter out to interview the principals and help your millions of readers understand how such a thing could happen?

    • tiredoflibbs May 6, 2012 / 5:33 am

      Ah denny, deflecting from the topic as usual…

      How sad.

      If it weren’t for obAMATEUR’s self-admitted “seeking out Marxist professors” in his book, this topic would not mean much. However, he did and it tracks along with his rhetoric, past associations and prior appointments with similar ideology.

      Denial is not a river in Egypt denny.

      Again, stick to photography and stained glass. That way the truth cannot hurt you.

    • Cluster May 6, 2012 / 8:55 am


      You better hope that there are some republicans for Obama, because from the looks of his campaign “launch”, not too many people are excited

      Add this to the fact that black and Hispanic voter registration is way down, and about half of the college students who voted for him four years ago are unemployed and the pictUre starts to look pretty bleak. Not to mention that Obama doesn’t even try to hide his socialism anymore and we could easily have a blow out this November.

      • tiredoflibbs May 6, 2012 / 9:21 am

        No denny it is RINOs for obama.

        Nothing more, nothing new.

    • tiredoflibbs May 6, 2012 / 9:24 am

      First denny says: “Cozy little party of three here – well four, counting Tired – who give this any credence. You guys really are scraping for material, aren’t you?”

      then denny says: “Not to mention that Obama doesn’t even try to hide his socialism anymore…”

      So denny, which is it? He doesn’t hide it anymore? Or does he have the background we all know to be true?

      Apparently, you do, then why all the denials?

    • Amazona May 9, 2012 / 11:05 am

      `As usual, dennis refuses to address what is said, and just treats us to his emotional response to it.

      Gee, denny, why don’t you try to rebut what I said instead of just whining about how it made you FEEL?

  5. bozo May 6, 2012 / 7:22 am

    NIXON was a commie?!?!?!

    • Retired Spook May 6, 2012 / 9:29 am

      No, Nixon combined the word “forward” with the word “together” indicating he wanted EVERYONE to go forward. Obama forgot the word “together”, which, given that he’s the most divisive President in my lifetime, is not at all surprising.

  6. Cluster May 6, 2012 / 10:05 am

    Dennis has yet to answer for the results of his, Obama’s, and most liberals favored policies of a large centralized federal bureaucracy “leveling the playing field”. Today, after nearly 50 years, and a few trillion dollars, there are more poor people today than ever before. There are more people on food stamps and welfare than ever before. There are less people in the workforce than ever before, and our kids lag far behind other countries in educational achievements. So please let me know how a continuation of these policies will ultimately reverse the past trends and finally bring about that economic justice you struggle so hard for. I really want to know.

    • dennis May 9, 2012 / 1:24 pm

      Cluster: “Dennis has yet to answer for the results of his, Obama’s, and most liberals favored policies of a large centralized federal bureaucracy ‘leveling the playing field’. Today, after nearly 50 years, and a few trillion dollars, there are more poor people today than ever before.”

      Wow, that’s a pretty amazing analysis, cluster. There are more poor people than ever before, and everyone knows liberals have ruled for the last 50 years, so these poor are purely the fault of Obama and liberals’ large centralized federal bureaucracy “leveling the playing field”.

      We won’t count all those years Reagan was president, “supply side economics” or well over a decade’s worth of Bush presidencies. And let’s not mention conservatives repealing the Glass-Steagall Act, rolling back regulations on financial institutions and allowing Wall Street to speculate on depositors’ funds. By all means forget about two unfunded wars, the Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest and his push for minorities to take out mortgages and “own” their own homes. These things had nothing to do with the subprime mortgage crisis, increased poverty or economic circumstances now. Nah, nothing at all…


  7. Retired Spook May 6, 2012 / 10:40 am

    In the Indiana primary this coming Tuesday, 6-term Senator, Richard Lugar is being challenged by two-term State Treasurer, Richard Mourdock. This is Lugar’s first-ever primary challenge, and, in fact, he ran unopposed in the general election 6 years ago. Up until their one and only debate a few weeks ago, Lugar held a relatively comfortable 7-10 point lead. The latest Battleground poll this last week puts Mourdock up 10 points. Lugar has run a disgustingly nasty, dishonest and untruthful campaign, and his latest radio and TV ad just smacks of desperation, combining all the lies, distortions and half-truths of all his previous ads into one ad. A former Congressman from our district was on the local talk radio show discussing the internals from the Battleground poll, which inditcates that a substantial portion of the electorate simply doesn’t believe the Lugar ads.

    I wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see the presidential election mirror the phenomenon we’re witnessing in Indiana. As Romney lays out his vision for the future, the Obama camp will get nastier and nastier, distorting, lying — whatever it takes/scorched earth tactics. That may play well with the radical Left, but my sense is that the unradical middle will be turned off by it.

    • Cluster May 6, 2012 / 10:55 am

      We can all expect a scorched earth campaign on behalf of Obama, in fact it’s already in play. Accusing Ryan and the House GOP for wanting seniors and kids to fend for themselves is as dishonest as anyone can be. What is even more nauseating from a common sense point of view is the claim that without these “all knowing” and “all caring” liberals, that most Americans don’t have a “fair shot”. The simple fact that a poor child raised by a single mother became president of the united states would suggest otherwise, right?

      It is time Americans look at results without getting caught up in the rhetoric, and the results of liberal policies for the most part are not good. I am stil waiting for one of our resident liberals to convince me that a government centered “economic justice” program is effective. Recent results show us that those programs only serve to create more poverty and more dependence.

      • neocon1 May 6, 2012 / 11:23 am

        the new battle cry for the rats….remember tra von you know the NO_LIMIT_NIGGA thug killed by the WHITE-Hispanic donk…Oh wait!!

      • neocon1 May 6, 2012 / 1:29 pm

        12-year-old girl among 10 shooting victims
        Chicago Tribune ^ | May 6, 2012 | By Peter Nickeas

        Ten people were shot between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning on the city’s South and West Sides, including a man who died this morning after being shot on the Lower West Side and a 12-year-old girl who survived a gunshot wound on the West Side Saturday night.

      • neocon1 May 6, 2012 / 1:44 pm

  8. May 7, 2012 / 12:20 pm

    Posted under a false email address. Deleted. //Moderator.

    • Amazona May 7, 2012 / 3:14 pm

      Yep, those football franchises confiscate the earnings of other franchises and redistribute that money according to perceived need. Yep, that’s the way it works, all right. Do not for a second think that there is any mutual agreement among management on how to handle revenue. Only people who understand the system could possibly think that, and only the politically illiterate could think that voluntary participation in profit-sharing is socialist.

      But thanks for playing. You are definitely in the running for “Most ignorant of political ideology”, gaining quickly on Velma, doof, dennis, mitche, and all the forkers.

      • bozo May 8, 2012 / 2:56 am

        Language is late night HBO so NTFW, but a near-perfect football-as-socialism dissertation:

      • neocon1 May 8, 2012 / 5:36 am

        free enterprise BFD
        govt? not so much

      • Amazona May 8, 2012 / 9:46 am

        I’ve watched Maher enough over the years to know that he has become ever more malignant, ever more toxic, ever more hate-filled, ever more dishonest, and that his audience has become ever more restricted to radical haters who feed on this kind of vitriol and don’t give a flip about truth.

        But thank you for showing us the source of so much of your own malignancy, toxicity, hate, dishonesty and vitriol. It explains a lot.

      • bozo May 9, 2012 / 9:05 am

        Nice dodge. REALLY transparent “kill the messenger while COMPLETELY ignoring the message” post, Ammo. Brava!

      • Amazona May 9, 2012 / 11:02 am

        Oh, settle down, freakzoid. I didn”t kill Maher. My goodness, your shrill hysteria is in overdrive today, isn’t it? A little short on testosterone?

        No, I did not even condemn what Maher said. I merely commented that he has become so vicious, so toxic, so malignant, and so unhinged over the past few years that I have not heard a single thing he has said that has not fit into those categories, and therefore I am not inclined to waste any of my time exposing myself to more of his vitriol, his crudity, and his sun-bright glaring hatred for all he can identify as the Right.

        I have also noted, in passing, that his audience has shrunk to those who share his characteristics, and you prove that hypothesis when you post hostile, toxic, malignant, unhinged screeds of nothing but hatred and vitriol and then suggest that we watch a Maher meltdown, which you have evidently used as the basis for your own meltdown.

        No, it’s bad enough to have you import digested and then excreted Maherisms to this blog without having to see the crap in its original state, which is disgusting enough.

        BTW, can we expect some posts attacking Bristol Palin from you soon? Isn’t the daughter of a woman who is not even running for office the latest target of your idol Bill? Sooooo classy.

  9. May 8, 2012 / 9:17 am

    Posted under a false email address. Deleted. //Moderator

    • Amazona May 8, 2012 / 9:52 am

      Gee, “Patriot”, that’s quite an amusing, though toxic, little snarl—one which could only be written by one totally ignorant of the place of fascism and the Nazis on the left-right continuum of political ideology.

      ?????? ANOTHER rabidly radical PL who doesn’t know squat about politics, but loves to come expel his mental excrement on this blog?

      Yep. And so it goes.

      “Nazi”—slang term for National Socialist Party
      fascism—–firmly on the far left

      Anyone who actually understands politics knows that no political model which is centered on a large and powerful central government and extreme control over its citizens can possibly be thought of as anything BUT Left-wing.

      And, once again, identity and ideology are not necessarily the same thing.

      You guys are not only dedicated to a system you can’t even be bothered to study and understand, you are even more dedicated to utter stupidity, and to strutting your stupidity and malignancy on every stage you can find.

      • tiredoflibbs May 8, 2012 / 12:32 pm

        Ama, “patriot” and the rest of his proggy ilk love to compare the right with Nazis.

        But let’s see the reality.

        There are three distinct economic models:

        Capitalism – the private sector owns and operates the means of production.

        Socialism – the state owns and operates the means of production.

        Fascism – the private sector owns the means of production but the state heavily regulates and controls its operation.

        Hmmmmmmm…. while some may argue that the US completely falls under capitalism. That is no longer 100% true.

        Some would argue that with the auto-bailouts the fed now owns a portion of these companies – we have a mild form of socialism.

        But our pResident obAMATEUR (and many democrats and drones here) have called for and is pushing heavy regulations in the private sector – more control over many aspects of our lives to “protect us” and make it “fair”.

        Patriot and the other proggies need to look towards their own leaders if they are so scared of Fascism.

        Now before you proggy drones get your panties in a wad, I am not comparing you to the Nazis (something that you do not hesitate to do with non-proggries). I am showing you where this country is headed with your demands of fairness and equal outcomes and more regulation upon regulation.

      • bozo May 9, 2012 / 9:03 am

        Hey, that looks like fun. Let me try:

        There are three distinct economic models:
        Stochastic models
        Non-stochastic mathematical models
        Qualitative models

        Obama sucks.

        Wow, that was easy.

        Funny about comparing the right with Nazis. There are three distinct signs of fasicsm:
        union busting
        criminalizing abortion and homosexuality
        “Drill baby drill ” autarky

        But I’m not making any comparisons, myself. What were you thinking?

      • Amazona May 9, 2012 / 10:54 am

        And freakzo weighs in with yet another idea-free screed, focusing of course on the only thing that does float his tiny boat, which is of course the expression of mindless factless loathing of an Other.

        Hey, freaky—-why don’t you give us a coherent explanation of your allegiance to the Left? Or, if you don’t do FOR, a coherent explanation of your obsessive loathing of the Right?

        Oh, that’s right—-something like that would involve actually UNDERSTANDING both the Left and the Right, and get in the way of simple snark.

    • Amazona May 8, 2012 / 10:32 am

      “America was never a “homeland” but a melting pot of immigrants.

      Sorry, doofus, but America is MY homeland, and that of many many millions of others. The fact that you deny this goes a long way to explain your antipathy toward those who want to preserve a Constitutional America, and your evident passion for those who want to “fundamentally transform” her.

      I’ll say this about the Obama regime—-no one has done more, especially in so short a time, to draw the line between those who love this country and want to preserve her heritage and rule of law and those who disdain her and her Constitution and want to “fundamentally transform” her into a social engineering experiment based on radical Leftist ideology.

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