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你說美國丟臉不丟臉 September 16, 2018

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我從一開始就不喜歡 Clinton 因為他是民主黨黨員,他是個貨真價實的 womanizer,他太 slick (滑頭),他太會說謊,他太沒有人格。他歧視黑人,骨子裏是一個 racist 可是他會演戲,經常把自己裝扮成黑人的總統。雖然他的經濟政策對美國好,他的外交和貿易政策對中國有利,可是,當他被共和黨的下議院 impeach 的時候,我一點都不替他難過。他遺臭萬年,他自作自受,活該。

我也不喜歡 Trump 。不過我覺得 Trump 比 Clinton 還要糟糕。

Trump 是”白人至上”的鼓吹者。他歧視黑人,西班牙裔人,信仰穆斯林教的阿拉伯人和亞洲人。他只顧自己的面子,說謊不打草稿,根本不會臉紅。他目空一切,自以為是,沒有 class,是一個自戀狂。他是一個比 Clinton 還要下流的 womanizer。現在,被他性侵過的這位女子要 Trump 上法院公開作證,許多美國人一定迫不及待的想看這一齣精彩的,真人真事的好戲。

除此之外,Trump 沒有美國總統應該有的基本知識,是世界和平的威脅。他攪亂了世界貿易秩序,視美國盟友爲敵人,用經濟制裁和提高關稅來打擊美國的貿易夥伴。

目前種種跡象顯示,十一月初的期中選舉以後民主黨會控制美國國會的下議院。許多民主黨黨員會迫不及待的彈劾 Trump 以報共和黨彈劾 Clinton 的大仇。我不會同情 Trump 因為他跟 Clinton 一樣,自作自受。活該。

Nah! February 25, 2017

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Too old.

Democrats: Pandering to the 99% September 6, 2014

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As mid-term gets closer and closer we will see more of Clinton and less of Obama trying to rally for Democrat’s congressional candidates in major swing states: NC, Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Nevada.

What Democrat will do is what they have done always: stress the inequality and minimum wage issues just like Clinton did in Florida yesterday.

Nothing new: pandering to its base and use inequality as a weapon for party’s class warfare.

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Source: Fox News

How can anyone raise a kid or two on minimum wage even with food stamps and government welfare? If someone is doing that now, he or she has to get an education, starting with a high school diploma if he or she must, and bring him or herself out of the proverty once and for all.

Democrats want you to stay in proverty so that you have to depend on government handouts for the rest of your life. You need that government check and Democrats will deliver that check to you month after month, year after year.

And where will Democrats get the money to hand it to you? Tax the rich and more and more the middle class.

The fight for 15 crowd get their checks. Democrats keep the power. Rich pay more. Middle class gets sucked dry. Eventually America will end up as a socialist government and inequality will last for generations to come.

That’s classic Democrat.

階級鬥爭 思想分裂
貧富不均 煽動選民
少數民族 鼓吹歧視
政府養民 一黨專政

That’s the essence of Democrat Party’s menifesto.

Insane Compensations to US Politicians June 25, 2014

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According to a Congressional Research Service report published in April 2014, many politicians are getting paid handsomely by American taxpayers:

Bill Clinton —  $944,000 in 2014. $16 millions since 2001.

GW Bush — $1.28 million in 2014. Telephone bill: $102,000. $135,000 on furniture, computers, office supplies, etc.

Obama: $1.4 billion every year.

–  The Obamas have the “biggest staff in history at the highest wages ever”.

–  Obama staff: 469. 226 make more than $100,000/year.

–  At least one projectionist at the WH 24 hours a day in case someone wants to watch a movie.

–  A “dog handler” makes $102,000/year to take care the dog. He goes where the dog goes.

–  Obamas frequently made separate vacations instead of going together.

Retired federal employees — ~150,000 getting paid at least $100,000/yr pensions for life.

US Senators — $4 million/yr just for “personal” and “office” expenses.

How can I pay as little tax as possible?

Obama doing the slick willie trick? January 22, 2011

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The guy is imitating Clinton’s trade mark: slick Willie.  With 2 years to go on his re-election, he is all the sudden concerned about US economy?

He is 9.4% unemployment rate too late. Or was it 17%? I lost count with so many variables in the unemployment report.

He should have done so in the first year when he took the office. Instead he worked on nationalizing health care against American people’s wishes.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Obamas-economic-agenda-Boost-apf-2951829716.html?x=0&sec=topStories&pos=main&asset=&ccode=

Don’t be fooled by this guy. He is a liberal and will always be a liberal no matter what face is heading his economic team.

Democrats on Bush tax cut December 13, 2010

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Have you ever dreamed that Democrats, let alone two Democrat presidents, Clinton and Obama, become defendants of Bush tax cut, or any tax cut for that matter, in front of a national audience?

The admit that tax cut is good for the economy which has berm advocated by the fiscal conservatives for a long time.

No Democrats dare to utter the idea of raising taxes now because they know a higher tax rate will for sure kill the fragile economy and bring everyone’s dream alone with it.

Next time when Democrats want to raise your tax, make sure you know it is bad for the economy. Period.

Now we like to see a simpler tax system such as a flat tax system.

Obama Lies. Politicians lie. December 10, 2010

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Almost all politician, either in the US, Taiwan, and other countries, lie. They lie when it is beneficial for them to walk away from their promises.

Obama isn’t any different.

Democrats loath to give wealthy Americans tax break of any sort. Using Obama’s definition, those making more than $250,000 in a family are wealth and they do not deserve any tax break under the Bush tax cut.


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Many times during his campaign and since he took the office, Obama has repeatedly said that wealthy Americans should not get any tax break. More recently in his September 8, 2010 speech in Cleveland, he said:

“we should not hold middle class tax cuts hostage any longer.  We are ready, this week, to give tax cuts to every American making $250,000 or less.  For any income over this amount, the tax rates would go back to what they were under President Clinton.”

And the reason for the tax increase is :

“This isn’t to punish folks who are better off – it’s because we can’t afford the $700 billion price tag.” (It is a punishment to the better-off. Period.)

Again on September 20, 2010, he said this:

“Here’s what I can’t do: I can’t give tax cuts to the top 2 percent of Americans.”

Well, he lied.He lied because he is moving toward the center of the political spectrum. He lied because he is planning for his re-election in 2012. He lied because he thought Democrat is too weak to oppose him. He lied because he thought pelosi and Reid are in his pocket.

Well, he may be in for a long fight with Democrats while Republicans are watching with glee on the sideline.

In the same September 8, 2010 speech in Cleveland, he also said these:

“I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems (But the federal government is getting bigger and bigger by the day).  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity (Is he kidding or is he an idiot?).  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth (But it doesn’t mean that we’ll not tax you every which way we can).  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery (Hmm, what about those shovel ready jobs he has promised?).”

“I believe government should be lean (But we’ll keep sending out unemployment checks up to 99 weeks) , it should be efficient (But we’ll add 2000 more IRS agents to keep and eye on American people,) and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families (But we’ll have government run health care for everyone), so long as those choices don’t hurt others (Politicians talk like this all the time to give them an escape clause).

Now, you see how politicians such as Obama talk from both sides of their mouths.

And the worst part of all these is that they are not held accountable for their lies and broken promises, especially those liberals because the main street media is on their sides.

I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.

I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.

I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.
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I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.


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I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.

I have a different vision for the future.  I’ve never believed that government has all the answers to our problems.  I’ve never believed that government’s role is to create jobs or prosperity.  I believe it’s the drive and ingenuity of our entrepreneurs, the skill and dedication of our workers, that has made us the wealthiest nation on Earth.  I believe it’s the private sector that must be the main engine of our recovery.

I believe government should be lean, it should be efficient, and it should leave people free to make the choices they think are best for themselves and their families, so long as those choices don’t hurt others.

Obama moves to the Center December 7, 2010

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Just like Clinton moving to the center after 1994 Democrat defeat, Obama is doing the same by agreeing with Republicans on extending Bush tax cut for 2 more years and handing out payroll tax cut and social security holidays.

Also in the deal was extending unemployment benefit for 13 more months.

Who wins?

Will economy recover because a massive tax increase is avoided?

Will the American people come out ahead of this deal because they get to keep more of their money?

Do Democrats win because people with no jobs will receive 13 more months of unemployment checks?

Do Republicans win because they get 2 years of extension on Bush tax cut for all income earners and tax breaks?

I think Obama will be the winner out of this deal even if the bill didn’t pass the way it is. Obama will be able to claim credit two years from now if economy recovers. He will be able to brag that he has American people in mind when he campaign for re-election in 2012.

To hell with the Democrats, he has already claimed credit already.

Democrats will make all kind of noise but they are the losers in this deal.

 

Obama’s Afghanistan War is not Wwinnable June 26, 2010

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Now that more than 1,000 US soldiers have been killed in in Afghanistan compared to 4,400 in Iraq war, it is reasonable to review Obama’s war on Afghan now.

Don’t get me wrong: I am not saying that we have to review the progress of the war when the number of soldiers KIA reaching a psychological barrier. Soldiers join the arm force voluntarily and they have to go where Obama tells them to whether they like it or now. Whether the war make sense or now. That’s their jobs and Obama is their boss.

But you might want to consider the following:

  • The United States has been in Afghanistan for almost 10 years,
  • Obama promoted the war because he told America people that this is “a war of necessity,”
  • Obama escalated the war by significantly increasing number of soldiers in Afghanistan from about 30,000 when he took office to over 94,000 now. It will reach almost 100,000 in a couple of months.
  • Obama also promised that he “will do whatever is necessary to succeed.”
  • Obama however didn’t make it at all clear to the American people what the real purpose these soldiers had died for: nation building, kill 25%, 50% or 90% of Taliban soldiers, weaken Taliban for five or ten years or get ride of Taliban all together.
  • But wait, this is not the end of it because Obama continued and said that the US troop will begin leaving Afghanistan starting July, 2011.

Questions please:

  • Why was the war necessary? For whom: Obama, Hamid Kazai, Afghan people, Americans?
  • What do Obama mean by “whatever is necessary?’ Does it include “going all the way to win the war?”
  • When Taliban soldiers hide themselves among the sympathetic  civilian population, will you kill the civilians to achieve your objective?
  • If  American soldiers can’t tell who the Taliban soldiers from civilians while pursuing the enemy, how can they do their job?
  • Doesn’t this make American soldiers easy targets for Taliban to pick off one by one from the dark?
  • Will Obama take back his “whatever is necessary” promise and go with something like do “the minimum” to appear that we are winning the war,
  • Why these soldiers have to die at first place when Hamid Kazai openly rebels against Obama and makes friends with Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?
  • Did you come up with the July, 2010 deadline for withdrawing from Afghanistan? How? From the thin air?
  • Will Kazai’ government friend or foe of the United States?
  • How long will Kazai survive after July 2011?
  • How soon will Afghanistan going back to Taliban control after July 2011? Six month? One year?
  • Why did those soldiers die for? To make you appear tough among your base? To compete for votes with your opponent, Senator McCain?
  • Afghanistan war must be a smart war because Obama said that “I am not opposed to all wars. I’m opposed to dumb war,’ on October 2, 2002 when he spoke against Iraq War. I submit to you, Obama, that Iraqi war has achieved its objectives; has successfully removed Hussein; saved millions of Iraqi people from Hussein’s oppressive regime; created a democracy in the middle of Middle East; greatly raised Middle East people’s desire for democracy and, last but not the least, afford Iraq to raise its crude oil export. Who are the primary beneficiary of the war, you might want to ask, the American people in the form of lower crude oil prices.
  • Is Iraqi war a dumb war or is Afghanistan war a dumb war?
  • Shouldn’t you eat your own words, Obama?
  • What did you tell Posner, Jesse Jackson, Charles Rangle, Cindy Sheehan, MoveOn, George Soro, Michale Moore and the other anti war crowd? How come they are are protesting Obama’s war liked they did on Bush’s Iraq war? A war is a war.
  • Shouldn’t Cindy Sheehan demand to meet Obama and voices her opposition to Afghanistan war?
  • Where are the anti-war ads and movies against Obama from these guys? Would you say that they are nothing but a whole bunch of hypocrites? Shame on them! They are all Democrats, if you really want to know. Sick!
  • Afghanistan war is not winnable. Kazai likes our tax money but loathes Obama getting into his way of distributing our tax money among his friends. Afghanistan people are friends to Taliban.
  • Lastly, Clinton withdrew US troops from Somalia in 1993 after the more than 100 soldiers killed in the defeat of Operation of the Black Sea, better known as Black Hawk Down, at Mogadishu. Muslims all over the world rejoiced over American’s defeat and saw the retreat ordered by Clinton like a dog running with tail between its legs. Is that what Obama plan to do in Afghanistan too in a year?

I submit to you that when you fight a war, you fight to win. If you tell your enemy that you’ll leave in a year, they will play hide-and-seek or 躲猫猫 “duo3 mao1 mao1” with you.

Afghanistan war is a dumb war. Obama made a very dumb decision.

Did he do that on purpose to make the United States look weak among his Muslim friends?

I am sure that a year from now the liberal news media will trip over themselves to convince American public that Obama’s retreat is well-timed and necessary as if Obama has won the war against Taliban.

If you do not believe me, let’s us make a date in a year and revisit liberal media’s coverage then.

Agree?

Obama the Wimp June 22, 2010

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Obama: “That god damn McChrystal is at it again. Did you see the article in Rolling Stone this morning? Who were the wimps McChrystal referring to?”

Biden: “I knew he was a troublemaker last August. You should have fired him then. As for the wimps in the White House, Sir, I am not surer. You live in the White House.”

Obama: “You work here too. It must have been you.”

Biden: “Well, with all due respect, Sir, he wanted 60,000 troops back then. I didn’t give him any. You gave him 30,000 because you were afraid of him and didn’t want to make him mad. I think you are the wimp in The White House.”

Obama: “Well, I had no choice. I met him half way, didn’t I? At least I didn’t give him 60,000.”

Biden: “McChrystal said that there are more wimps in the White House. I wonder who the other wimp is.”

Obama:”Hmm, let’s ask Clinton. He has been very helpful lately. He knows the White House pretty well. Maybe McChrystal is talking about him. One wimp in the current White House is bad enough. We’ll ask McChrystal to clarify him comments tomorrow. We’ll have McChrystal speak to the White House press corps directly after I talk to him. They have a right to know too.”

:”Yes, you show real leadership by summoning him to the White House tomorrow. You will show him who the boss is. But, I think that you have to send McChrystal packing tomorrow. He is such a bad boy. You have to show some back bone. You can’t continue acting like a wimp.”

Obama:”You are right. Let’s get rid of him. We’ll make him the bad guy. We have the media behind us. They can do the dirty job for us. Call MSNBC, CNN, Times and Post and let them know our position. Have his resignation letter ready. I’ll have him sign that tomorrow.”

Biden:”Okay, Wimp. I am sorry. I meant President.”

Obama:”Apology accepted. Make sure you don’t call me wimp tomorrow in front of McChrystal and the others.”

Biden:”Sure. I know I had the habit of putting my foot into my mouth. I’ll be careful tomorrow.”

Obama:”Good. Maybe you should keep your mouth shot.”\Biden:”I’ll try. You know I can’t help it sometimes.”

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