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Mill District, Pittsburgh, 1940

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

grofjardanhazy:  Mill District, Pittsburgh, 1940 január Fotó: Jack Delano

During WW1, federal intelligence agencies feared that German spies were operating on American soil, and quickly expanded their operations and networks. In particular, American intelligence units thought that Pittsburgh’s Mill District was the hotbed of German spy activity. It wasn’t. There were no German spies in the Mill District. However, there were lots and lots of commies. And after American intelligence agencies infiltrated the unions – the IWW (Industrial Workers’ of the World) and other radical labour groups, they found out that under every dirty, filthy rock, a commie would appear like cockroaches running from disinfectant. Or, like a Democrat runs from the word God. Truth, go watch the democrat convention for yourself. Or watch this video.

You Birthers Are Keraaaaaazy

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Fortunately for Obama, there still isn’t enough evidence for the msm to warrant even the simplest investigation as to where he was born (that was sarcasm for those of you west of Guelph).

Obama Endorses Gay Marriage. No, Really?

Monday, May 14th, 2012

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99.9% of liberal men will see this post and the first thought to come to their simple head will be, “nothing wrong with those pictures, Homobama looks like a metrosexual.” To which The Mayor responds, “exactly.”

Future Presidential Pardons

Saturday, March 3rd, 2012

Not to worry though, The Mayor is sure that the great unwashed Obama supporters’ committed nothing more than a few (hundred) *victimless* crimes.

Hopearificchangearificyahoo!

Profit Is Filthy

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Nancy Pelosi has just released a statement regarding rising gas prices:

Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement today on the rising gas prices across the country:

Independent reports confirm that speculators are driving up the cost of oil, hurting consumers and potentially damaging the economic recovery. Wall Street profiteering, not oil shortages, is the cause of the price spike.  In fact, U.S. oil production is at its highest level since 2003, and millions of acres have been cleared for additional development.

“We need to take strong action to protect consumers from this speculation.  Unfortunately, Republicans have chosen to protect the interests of Wall Street speculators and oil companies instead of the interests of working Americans by obstructing the agencies with the responsibility of enforcing consumer protection laws.  They have also repeatedly opposed our efforts to end billions of dollars in outdated taxpayer subsidies for oil companies enjoying record profits.

“We support efforts by the Obama Administration to expand domestic energy resources, including natural gas and renewable sources like wind and solar that create jobs in America and will end our dangerous dependence on foreign energy supplies.  This can be achieved because today, the United States currently has more oil and gas rigs at work than the rest of the world combined, and imports of foreign oil have decreased.

“We call on the Republican leadership to act on behalf of American consumers and join our efforts to crack down on speculators who care more about their profits than the price at the pump even if these spikes harm the American consumer and our economy.”

Remember this?

Former Speaker of the House–and current Minority Leader–Nancy Pelosi apparently bought $1 million to $5 million of Visa stock in one of the most sought-after and profitable initial public offerings (IPO) in American history, thwarted serious credit card reform for two years, and then watched her investment skyrocket 203%.

The revelation appears in Throw Them All Out, the new book by investigative journalist and Breitbart editor Peter Schweizer, which was the focus of 60 Minutes on CBS this evening, and which is featured in this week’s issue of Newsweek.

In Pelosi’s world, profiting from speculating on commodities is evil and is anti-American. However, front-running a Visa IPO and bringing in a 203% return is completely fine.

The Mayor isn’t even sure why Pelosi is against high gas prices. Steven Chu, Barack Obama’s Energy secretary, is all for it: “Somehow,” Chu said, “we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe.”

Relax, gas is only $8 -$10 in Europe.

Heck, if Pelosi is against high gas prices, she’s even at odds with her master, Barack Obama:

When asked whether he thought $4-a-gallon gas prices were good for the American economy, said, “I think that I would have preferred a gradual adjustment.”

Keystone, the moratorium in the Gulf, green energy policies, sabre rattling with Iran, Iran cutting oil supplies to France and England, the printing of trillions and trillions and trillions of fiat cash – yup, high gas prices must be the result of speculators.

Nancy Pelosi – the smartest liberal woman ever. And The Mayor is quite serious about that.

Truth

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Sexually assault your 5 year old daughter? No problem. Just don’t take away my internet.

Indefinite detention without charge or trial? No problem. Just don’t take away my internet.

National Defense Authorization Act? No problem. SOPA? Let’s fight.

The Broken Reset Button

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Do you remember a few years back when Hillary Clinton met with Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, and gave him that ridiculous “reset button” which represented the new administration’s desire for better relations with Russia? (funnily enough, the word “reset” was mistranslated as “overcharge”) If you’re wondering if the reset button worked, the answer is a resounding nooooooo, fool:

The United States said Tuesday it would no longer provide data to Russia on conventional weapons and troops in Europe, citing non-compliance by Moscow with a two-decade old treaty that governed the information exchange.

State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters the United States will cease to observe the provisions of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE).

Adopted in November 1990, it was seen as a groundbreaking accord credited with greatly advancing global security. But Russia suspended its observance of the treaty in 2007.

“This is an issue that we’ve been working on ever since the Russians withdrew,” Nuland told reporters.

“After four years of Russian non-implementation and after repeated efforts… to save the treaty, we think it’s important to take some counter-measures vis-a-vis Russia,” she said.

The current administration in Washington has an absolutely bass ackwards foreign policy. The great minds of the Obama administration thought (and still think) they can work with Russia on their countries mutual interests. However, the problem is that the commies don’t have any mutual interests with the American’s. The Russian’s are helping to develop the Iranian nuclear program, they support Hugo Chavez, hell, they even support Assad, and even sent muscle (warships) to the area to keep an eye on any NATO buildup.

The commies don’t want to make nice. They aren’t our friends and simply don’t share our mutual interests. No matter how many stupid gimmicks the Obama adminstration might come up with (“reset buttons”, “peace horns”, “do-over bells” etc), the fact remains that the commie adminstration in Russia hates America and want to see it destroyed. And all the unicorns, pixie dust, and hopey-changey nonsense in the world aint gonna change that fact.

**Is it possible for Lavrov and Clinton to come up with creepier smiles? The answer is no. No it isn’t.

Uncomfortable

Friday, November 4th, 2011

For the sake of the European Union, and the world economy, we can only hope Angie ignores every single piece of advice he gives her.

It Just Doesn’t Stop…

Saturday, October 29th, 2011

 

Present Obama administration investments in the electric car business are as follows: Fisker is a California company that was granted a Department of Energy loan of $529 million (one-half billion plus), they plan to build cars in Finland and the two-seater car retail cost is $96,985. Sales are unreported but I have never seen one. Tesla, another California producer (they don’t call it the Land of Fruits and Nuts for nothing), obtained an Obamaloan for $465 million, their car costs $109,000.00 and they have sold 120 cars since start-up in 2009. Last but far from least is the Chevrolet Volt, produced by Government Motors, which is about 50/50 owned by the United Auto Workers and the government. So the taxpayers, in fact, financed the entire project. The Volt costs $40,000 as a basic unit, and since start-up GM has produced 1,536 cars. The only remaining issue is would you invest in one of these loser mistakes?

Lest you suffer the delusion that automobiles are the only losing proposition of this administration, let me enlighten you. You may be cognizant of Solyndra, but you actually have no idea how bad this all is. The mainstream has reported on almost nothing except that the taxpayers are on the hook for one-half billion dollars, $535 million to be exact. The loss of 1,100 jobs in this case is incidental. There is enough payola in the Solyndra affair to fill Sing Sing, that spa on the Hudson. $10,000 to the University of Chicago Medical Center, $53,500 to the president’s election campaign 2008. The Medical Center was where Michelle, Barry, David and Valerie were employed. Solyndra was the company that gave the California Democrats a $7,500 present and in which the Democratic Committee of California had shares. Why do you suppose that just days before declaring bankruptcy Solyndra was able to re-negotiate their loan guarantee and chucked the taxpayers under the bus?

From this administration’s beginning, there have been 13 solar based loans. Every single one of them has been a loser and the two just made will also go belly up sooner than you think. Notable September losers have been Evergreen Solar with a loss of $5.3 million and SpectraWatt with $500,000. In fact, of the 13 outstanding solar power energy loan guarantees none, to our knowledge, is today operational. Information on losses has been removed from public records.

We are sorry to report that many lobbyists will take it on the chin in 2012 as McAllister &Quinn, McBee Strategic and the Rice Hadley Group (Condoleezza’s business) lost their Solyndra account. Total administration solar loan guarantees now exceed $6.5 billion. Not one has been repaid, shown a profit or produced reasonable sales in comparison to the invested monies.

The latest loan guarantee was to Sun Power (SPWR-NASDAQ) for $646 million to produce solar panels in Mexico. To accomplish that they opened a production plant in Mexicali, Mexico. Loans for cars to be made in Finland and now loans to make solar panels in Mexico … “Pass the Jobs Bill Now”! Wait – Sun Power has a capitalization of $800 million and a debt of $820 million. So we are in the process of loaning a bankrupt company $646 million that on the day of the loan reduced the value of the government loan to $626 million. Furthermore, the debt load of Sun Power just exploded to $1 billion 466 million and assets of $800 million, or a net loss balance of $666 million. Let me guess – you would immediately invest in this mistake? Didn’t think so!

The very next issue is Tonopah Solar that was part of the Dr. Chu-issued $1.383 billion loan guarantees made on the last day of September. Oh, I almost forgot. The Sun Power loans are reported to create jobs at a cost of $23 million per job. “Pass the Jobs Bill Now”! The Tonopah loan is for $737 million and according to their Internet site will create 50 new jobs – simply outstanding! That is better than the others, at only $1,474,000 per job created. Please. Please, someone, send Dr. Chu a calculator! Just by the way, Tonopah Solar is a subsidiary of another subsidiary and is to build this plant on technology licensed from a third source. No plant like this has ever been built so you can understand why the private sector is leery of financing it.

That brings us to ethanol…

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US Closes 2010-2011 Fiscal Year With $14,790,340,328,557.15 In Debt, $95 Billion Jump On The Day, $1.2 Trillion Increase In One Year

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

 

**From Zero Hedge

America has now officially closed the books on the 2010-2011 fiscal year. It is only fitting that the last day of the year saw the settlement of all outstanding and recently auctioned off debt. The result: a surge of $95 billion in total government debt overnight, and a fiscal year closing with the absolutely unprecedented $14,790,340,328,557.15 in debt. Net net, in the past fiscal year, the US has issued a total of $1.228 trillion in new debt and has accelerated over time. At a rate of $125 billion per month, total US debt to GDP will pass 100% in just over a month. Incidentally, one may inquire about the benefits of centrally planned fiscal stimulus (cough Solyndra cough): the US economy added over 3$ trillion in debt in the past two years and the stock market is almost back to where it was back then. Perhaps it is about time someone demanded that all those lunatics who say that issuing debt for the sake of growth (and pushing the S&P higher of course) be finally locked away in perpetuity, and the key dropped into the deepest volcano in Mordor.

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Things That Make You Go “Ohm”

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Sales of the Chevy Volt rose 240% in September compared to August, with a whopping 723 units sold across the US. You read that correctly:

That brings the grand total of Volts sold since it entered production in late 2010 to approximately 4495.

General Motors maintains that demand is high and it will sell 10,000 Volts by the end of 2011.

Admittedly, sales for the Volt have been rather shocking. But GM management insists they will charge ahead, and that current sales are not indicative as to how the Volt will do in the future. Watt is important, GM management says, is that the Volt will one day be the joule of their car and truck line-up. The Obama government in DC agrees. So does the rock band, AC/DC. Though many outside the beltway think the Volt hasn’t created a spark with the American public, they don’t seem energized, and that has caused friction, and as a result, sales have not been electric to date. However, if GM management can keep up their charge when it comes to the Volt, if they can exude even more magnetism, that may give way to even more juiced-up sales. “All the power to them”, we say. Insiders tell us that is the way GM can socket to their competitors.

President Solyndra

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Solyndra – It’s a lot worse than you can imagine.

HT – J.M. Heinrichs