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Arrested Development: A Message to Liberals and NeoCons

by Dr. Tim Nerenz

The Civil Rights Act of 1964? Why do we have to reopen that debate because of something one guy didn’t say on a program no one watched?

And wasn’t the name of their website MoveOn? Whatever happened to that idea?

We are now in the fourth year of Democratic control in Congress, and they are still whining about GWB instead of doing the job we pay them for.

continues...please read in full!
http://www.timnerenz.com/2010/05/arrested-development.html

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Thanks E.Oregon for posting this on the other thread.I didn't want it to go to waste or get lost! Hope you don't mind!




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Great Show!! Movie coming out

Great Show!!
Movie coming out this fall...

These people are focusing in

These people are focusing in on that because they are trying to distract the American people from the treason and theft going on in Washington.

As I have said before, the majority of our politicians couldn't care less about civil rights. If they did, they never would have passed the Patriot Act, the Military Commissions Act, the FISA Bill, nor would they have stood by and allowed the use of torture. If our politicians cared about civil rights, they would not have created the Department of Homeland Terrorism. If our politicians cared about civil rights, they would stop funding a foreign policy that creates the terrorist threat against us.

Today, Washington is the greatest threat to our civil rights. This is why the states are taking back the rights that have been usurped by our politicians at the federal level.

The Bill of Rights defines our civil rights. Washington is trampling them.

neocon edited out?

Where is the neocon part of this right-wing rant? It would be interesting to hear that part of the complaint, unless the author included neoconservatives with the "lefties," because that is what they are really.

The neoconservatives have turned their back on
Rand Paul, mainly because, I believe, they have no inkling of what property rights are OR have no respect for it.

We need to build political strength and political will.

Here is the neocon part

(although he does not give it 'equal time' ( as he states) perhaps he does include them in with the neoliberals?

here:
"Ok, equal time: far-right wingnuts were probably beaten as kids – they act out their mother-loathing by invading defenseless countries, wire-tapping, throwing people in jail, and selling derivatives"

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

thanx Liberty Belle

I guess that I'm a bad reader because I neglected that section of the article. Mucho thanks for pointing it out.

It's just that I'm so pissed that right-wing commentators have not come out in defense of Rand Paul. Living here in western Washington state, I switch back on the radio dial from the right wingers to the "progressive," and the radio right are silent or dismayed by Rand, while the "lefties" are milking it for all its petty political worth. I will carry this rant further in another thread, but it irks me when the left it using Rand's comments, and the oil spill, for political points while the right fails to come to some defense of how property rights could be a solution.

thanks, once again, for pointing that out, and hopefully Rand will be justified for his remarks, undefined as they are.

We need to build political strength and political will.

front page??

im sorry, but promoting inflicting physical pain on children (oops, i mean "love tap") and then name calling ("liberal whack-jobs") doesn't usually qualify as front page material, that gets to the meat of the matter.

otherwise a good rant, but will surely wedge and divide.

This is a masterpiece for

This is a masterpiece for sure. I have not seen anything written about the lefties and neocons that even come close to this. Excellent!

bump

great to see this on the front page.

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Holy macaroni

that's easily the best Paul defense I've read or heard so far. It shows the silliness of the progressive woodynesque neurotics in full hilarious nudity.

Simply awesome post

Ha Ha Ha true...

beephree

Common theme

It is always someone else's fault,Liers so compulsive they believe their own lies.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

you mean that the moderator (Maddow?) even brought it up--

I think I see. I am television-less; I just see these things if they are brought up on here, which means my perspective is being molded by DP--

LOL!

well, it didn't make sense to me; nothing she said made sense to me, but the MSM just doesn't make sense to my "been without television for decades" brain--

guess I'm hopeless--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Go fix yourself. Get a grip. Get some help. Pull your head out

The majority of Americans are the happy kids that just want to play outside – Libertarians certainly are down with that. We are the party of playing outside.

We happy kids are adults now; when we mess up, we take our spanking, quit doing naughty things, and we – listen up again, lefties - MOVE ON.

We are sick and tired of taking orders from you beaten kids and you fixated neurotic kids who can’t get the hang of it.

Go fix yourself. Get a grip. Get some help. Pull your head out. Go to church if you want forgiveness. Start a 12-step, and then add step #13: leave us alone.

It’s just a theory.

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

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Liberty, thanks for doing the heavy work

on bumping. Great article.

bump!

Last try bump for a timely read!

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

ah yes--

as in . . .

letting *ourselves* get caught up in *their* argument--

rather than the business at hand--

I think I see this now.

Sometimes you just have to stop and say, "wait a minute; I didn't sign on for this argument; I was talking about something else"--

and yet . . . she set a good trap--

I thought Rand Paul managed it well, actually--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Yes! It's a grand diversion..

to keep from focusing on the issues at hand!

Here is another one from Dr. Tim you'll like

Not only is government intervening into every little nook and cranny of our lives, but that involvement is intensely politicized – the mandates, permissions, subsidies, and penalties that government attaches to daily living are driven by ideology, and justified (or opposed) by spin, half-truths, wild exaggerations, and outright lies.

It is exhausting just to weed through all that crap to form an independent opinion on any particular issue. Facts are hard to come by once our elected officials and media pundits start posturing, posing, and screaming hysterically about bills they have not read, proposals that haven’t been written, and ideas they can’t comprehend.

Government was not meant to be exhausting. It was meant to be… there. Like elevator music, or white noise, or the other four guys in the Dave Clark Five. We-the-people are supposed to be Oprah and the government is supposed to be Steadman, not the other way around.

The Founding Fathers decided on a federal government of limited, enumerated, and carefully balanced powers. Their challenges were far worse than ours – health care, elderly care, poverty, unemployment, border security, education, energy, ethnic tensions, religious expression – but they understood that government causes more problems than it cures. History has proven them to be right.

The whole idea of limited government is for us to live our lives free from the politicians’ constant demands to be the center of our attention every single day. When we speak of freedom and independence, we mean freedom from government and independence from government. Liberty is the absence of government in choice. The less relevant government is, the more relevant you become.

read in full
http://www.timnerenz.com/2010/05/problem-with-government.html

( I bookmarked his site to go through his past articles! Thanks E.Oregon for reccomending this site!)

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Thanks for posting this---

I am having trouble with my mouse--can't right click and copy and paste some of the time!
Dr. Tim was a Libertarian candidate for congress, and his commentaries are amusing and right on!
I hope you all will check out some of his other articles on his site.

Ya'll are missing this great article!

Worth a full read, IMO!!

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Thanks I bookmarked his site! Loved it!

Will look through his site later this evening!

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

E.Oregon: here is the article!

I'm sure many here will enjoy it as well as I did!

Thanks!

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

bump for

corperal punishment

Morning bump!

Changed the title a bit..hope more will read it now!

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Bump for liberals moving on and leaving me alone!

Amen.

"Free government is founded in jealousy, and not in confidence; it is jealousy and not confidence which prescribes limited constitutions." Thomas Jefferson, Kentucky Resolutions of 1798

"We are the party of playing outside"

**I just love this article! Se ya..I'm going outside!

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more from article:
"The majority of Americans are the happy kids that just want to play outside – Libertarians certainly are down with that. We are the party of playing outside.

We happy kids are adults now; when we mess up, we take our spanking, quit doing naughty things, and we – listen up again, lefties - MOVE ON. We are sick and tired of taking orders from you beaten kids and you fixated neurotic kids who can’t get the hang of it.

Go fix yourself. Get a grip. Get some help. Pull your head out. Go to church if you want forgiveness. Start a 12-step, and then add step #13: leave us alone.

It’s just a theory."

"I think we are living in a world of lies: lies that don't even know they are lies, because they are the children and grandchildren of lies." ~ Chris Floyd

Dr.Nerenz and Dr. Spock

I don't know what institution conferred a ph.d. on Mr. Nerenz but hope it was not an American one of any respectability. I am further unaware of what discipline the ph.d. is in but hope it is not child development. Dr. Spock wrote a number of books, the most famous being "Infant and Childcare". I urge Mr. Nerenz to read it, because he obviously has not done so.At no point did Dr. Spock counsel against spanking of children, as Mr. Lorenz will learn if he takes the trouble to read the book. He probably just has not forgiven Dr. Spock for opposing the War in Vietnam. He was indicted for that offense and acquitted.

No one should ever forget how shabally Beck treated Dr. Paul during the Presidential campaign or the conscienceless shillin he did for his fellow Mormon, Romney. As for Murdock, he was relentless in having Hannity O'Reilly constantly savage Dr. Paul so th