Monday, January 12, 2009

Everyone is worried about Socialites these days.



No hon, the term is Socialists. Geez!
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Blonds can get their terms mixed up - but contrary to popular opinion, they most always know what they are talking about. Anyway - I think it's funny to call socialists socialites- because that is what it is becoming. The upper class, the intelligentsia, the elite, the American royalty (entertainers and talk show hosts), have pretty much all gone socialist on us.

Dumb.

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"I readily concede I chucked aside my free-market principles when I was told ... the situation we were facing could be worse than - the Great Depression," Bush said. "(But) we've taken extraordinary measures to deal with frozen credit markets (that) have helped thaw the credit market." - President Bush
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And Dumber.
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Until last week, Carol M. Browner, President-elect Barack Obama's pick as global warming czar, was listed as one of 14 leaders of a socialist group's Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which calls for "global governance" and says rich countries must shrink their economies to address climate change. - Washington Times

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I find it curious. The term socialist pops up with greater frequency in connection with Obama and his policy of change. Accusations are made, the 'powers' either ignore them, or deny them; the press then focuses our attention elsewhere, and suddenly another socialist gets a key position in the Administration. While everyone watches football or the Golden Globes. I wonder when Bill Ayers will be appointed to something - you know, that Communist guy from Chicago Obama didn't know.
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"See how the wicked prowl on every side,
while the worthless are prized highly by the sons of men." - ps. 11:9
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Photo credit: Getty Images: Carol M. Browner

6 comments:

  1. Seems to me that draining our struggling nation of capital and young lives and throwing them into the Middle East to fight "the other socialites'" war is a bit more "socialist" than trying to salvage our economy, whose collapse will affect most gravely the already poor among us. Sounds vaguely like the course of the USSR, no? (Which was neither Communist or Socialist, but comes closer to Communist than Socialist.)

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  2. The things that are happening these days, and happening so quickly, have me bewildered.

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  3. Buck up, buddyroo. You've seen worse. Viet Nam. The Cold War. USSR. Ronald Reagan. (lmao). We'll weather this one just fine, too.

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  4. The socialites, who only talk to each other, like Pauline Kael, think that winning the presidency with 53% of the vote means that everybody (that they speak with) believes that a socialist government has been approved.

    And since the press belongs to Obama, they won't mention the word "socialism" in their articles.

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  5. Thanks Ray for dignifying this post with your comments.

    Thanks Thom - but everything going on today seems much more wicked.

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  6. "...everything going on today seems much more wicked."

    I agree with you Terry. And in times of great evil, God will raise up great saints. Game on!

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