Conservative Bastion
The only blog that can factually claim to shift the Bell Curve, along with the hearts & minds of America, to the right.
Sunday, August 26, 2007
Bush Maid Da Unemployment Rate 2 Lo!
Normally a high unemployment rate is seen as bad, and a low unemployment rate is good. However, I just read an article that suggests otherwise.

The U.S. Department of Labor reports the mountain West region - covering eight states along the Rocky Mountains - has the lowest overall unemployment rate in the nation. The region hit an all-time low of 3.4 percent in May.
Wow that Bush economy is kicking ass right? WRONG!

The problem has created longer hours and tougher working conditions for current employees.
That sentence wants to make me rip my eyes out. For those who don't understand the current situation, let me explain.

President Bush entered the White House in 2001 as we all know. At the time everything seemed good. The economy was strong (at least that’s what we thought at the time) and unemployment was near historic lows.

Then 9/11 happened coupled with the Internet bubble which set our economy back. Many dishonest people along with many retarded Democrats blamed it on Bush.

President Bush then cut taxes in an attempt to strengthen the economy. Ever since then more retarded Democrats have been complaining that those tax cuts only helped certain people and blablabla.

The fact is, tax cuts are not an over night fix. In fact, there is no way to fix an economy over night. All you can do is put in place the right policies and hope for the best. It can take months or years to get out of an economic mess.

Anyways, eventually our economy started to grow again and the unemployment rate came down. Where the Dems happy? That is rhetorical...most Dems are not happy people. Everyone knows that. In fact, polls have shown in the past the Republicans generally have a more positive outlook than Democrats. Back to the point...

Since they couldn't complain about economic growth or unemployment, they started complaining about wages. Frankly, what they complain about is true. Until this past year, much of the economic growth was not reflected in wages. What they won't tell you is that this is normal. If your company starts making money today, will you give all your employees instant raises? Such knee jerk reactions can lead to economic instability and should be avoided.

Addressing the wages issue, this is what the article said:

In Utah - where unemployment rates have been hovering around 2.5 percent - amusement parks, trucking companies, telemarketing firms and others have been paying bonuses of hundreds of dollars or more to find workers.
This trend has led workers in Utah to see "a 5.4 percent average wage increase in 2006", according to the article.

So now that they can't complain about wages staying stagnant, they have had to change the argument again. The unfortunate thing about all of this is that this is how our economy works. It is normal. It is in no way new or exclusive to the Bush economy. When an economy is in recovering, it starts with economic growth, which leads to falling unemployment, and ends with wages going up. These retards need to wise up...and that is all they are...retards.

All the while there are still people out there saying we need illegals to do our work for us. We already have a bunch of people in America making just so so livings, and we want to let more illegals in whose only effect on the economy will be to suck up our tax dollars with their generous use of our safety nets, and depressing the wages for working class people...great plan morons.
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Monday, August 20, 2007
Hurray For Immigrants!
I am sure you have heard of the execution of three college students in New Jersey by a couple scumbag illegal immigrants…

They sure are good at doing "work" Americans wont do. Lynchings have been out of style for a while now. It sure looks like they are doing their best to set us back 50 years.

I must be honest, there is no real evidence to suggest that these were racially motivated crimes other than the fact that the people committing the crimes were Hispanic and the victims were black.

However, you know if a group of whites did this to any group of minorities that it would automatically be considered a hate crime. In fact, many of these logic devoid “immigrant rights” losers think that simply wanting to enforce immigration laws is racist. They call the Minute Men racist with absolutely no evidence to suggest that they are.

While Mexicans are protected from illegal immigrants invading their southern border, they cry racism when America does the same thing they expect their government to do. Lets face it, anyone who can honestly hold those beliefs is too stupid to be an American. Deport them all.

Back to the point…using that logic, this must have been a hate crime. Of course that assumption is backed up by many crimes that are known to be race related between blacks and Hispanics. Lets face it, the same people (Hispanics) who say Americans are racist for not wanting them in this country aren’t exactly the most tolerant people on the face of the planet.

Speaking of deportation…we finally got rid of Elvira Arellano. It’s good that mess is finally over. You can read her story here if you don’t know. The best part about her being deported is that she actually looks like an alien.

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Friday, August 10, 2007
Ho hum lets let all the fucking scum from south of the border come into our country with no restrictions. If you disagree you are a racist. Even though many of these animals apparently have no self control.

Prosecutors in Essex County, New Jersey, are struggling to explain how a suspect in the execution-style slaying of three friends in Newark was granted bail when charged with assault and child rape earlier this year.

Jose Carranza is an illegal immigrant from Peru. It is rare for illegal immigrants to be granted bail because of the flight risk.

The 28-year-old pleaded not guilty in the Newark slayings today and is held on $1 million bail.
I know what you are thinking. You want to say this is the exception, and not the rule. When 20 percent of our federal prison population is born outside the country, I think it is time to admit there is a problem. No one should be allowed to enter this country unless they have a college degree. No one! We don't need any more animals. America has enough homegrown scum.

It is time to deport every single illegal. They are here illegally. They do not belong here. They have no right to be here. Some will say some shit about how this "used to be our land". It is a fallacy. Should British people just waltz into India and say they have a right to be there because it used to be their land?

These fucks think they have a claim to the western hemisphere. Why? Apparently, they all forgot that their mostly white skin and Spanish language comes from the same place most Americans came from: Europe.

Let's face it, most of these losers lack basic education. For that reason, along with the fact that they are not citizens should exclude them from any debate deciding the fate of their immigration status. We need to do what is best for America, not what is best for a bunch of poor people who happen to speak Spanish.
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Friday, August 03, 2007
Obama Turns World Against US
What do you think this picture is portraying? I am sure you think this is a protest in a Muslim country regarding President Bush and his policies. At least that is what most people would probably think. It is actually a protest regarding some comments that senator Obama made within the past week.

For those of you who missed it, the senator from Illinois said he would basically invade Pakistan in order to hunt down Osama bin Laden. He didn’t quite use those words, but that's effectively what it would be if he sent US troops into Pakistan without permission.

Most experts believe that Osama is hiding in an area along the Afghanistan and Pakistan border. President Bush has avoided entering Pakistan at the request of Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf. Apparently, President Bush has calculated it is better to keep Pakistan on our good side and sacrifice capturing bin Laden in the short run in return for long run cooperation with the worlds second most populated Muslim country and the only country with an Islamic majority that is a nuclear power.

Of course, there are many problems with Obama's tough stance against Pakistan. For instance, the population of Pakistan (165 million) is about six times that of Iraq (27 million) yet the geographical size is only twice as much. What does this tell us? Pakistan is densely populated. There would be a lot of urban fighting. Therefore, fighting in Pakistan would involve substantial collateral damage and could very possibly create more enemies than invading Iraq.

Another problem is that it is the second most populated Islamic country. With that comes a diverse range of religious views similar to what exists in Iraq. With that comes instability. The government in Pakistan has a fragile hold on the country as it is. If we were to invade, it could erode the support that the current (pro-US) government has and create a vacuum that would most likely be filled by a faction of religious fanatics.

This would pose an enormous threat to the United States and the world. Pakistan has nuclear weapons. The last thing the world needs is for those weapons to fall into the hands of extremists who have proven they have a willingness to destroy innocent life to further their cause.

Obama’s statements have been heard in Pakistan, and as one can imagine, he is not doing anything to improve America’s image there.
"It's a very irresponsible statement, that's all I can say," Pakistan's Foreign Minister Khusheed Kasuri told AP Television News. "As the election campaign in America is heating up we would not like American candidates to fight their elections and contest elections at our expense."
Obama: the wrong candidate at the wrong time for the wrong job. He is obviously clueless about this situation and is a danger is US national security.
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Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Democrat(s) Divider, Not Uniter
After all the garbage we hear from Democrats who supposedly want a president who unites the country, rather than divides it, you would think they would put forth some effort to pretend to believe that statement. What am I talking about you ask?

Well it turns out that North Dakota Congressman Earl Pomeroy called President Bush a "clown" in an internet video. Certainly this isn’t the most offensive or controversial thing said about the president, but consider the fact that this man is an elected official rather than some schmuck on the internet.

Why is it a big deal? It really isn’t. No one cares about the congressman from North Dakota. No one knows his name. I still don’t know his name even though I just wrote it in the last paragraph. So this could have something to do with getting attention from the national media.

The only reason I even mention this incident is because we hear Democrats all the time saying how President Bush had a chance to unite the country after 9/11 and he failed to do so because of his divisive policies. That is only half true.

Had Iraq turned out as anything but a complete hellhole, the country would not be divided right now. No matter how much the extreme anti-war crowd likes to think, people do not care about us not finding WMD. They don’t even care about being lied to (even though I don’t think that is what happened). They care that America is losing a war. That’s it. If Iraq had been a relatively normal place prior to our invasion, then that would not be the case. Americans don’t want to go around invading normal countries. Iraq, despite attempts from the left to paint the picture otherwise, was nowhere near normal. It was a hellhole dictatorship run by sadistic psychopaths. We had a chance to do some good there, and Americans are open to that (which is why so many want to go into Darfur).

The point is that there really aren’t that many (if any at all) uniters in high leadership positions right now. In fact, I would say that there is a serious leadership deficit in the US. Why are there no leaders who are true uniters? The fact is, no one on either sides actually wants a uniter. Unfortunately, the people who actually pay attention to politics despise the each others outlook on life and the world.

The last thing conservatives want is a so called conservative who can "understand" abortion, high taxes, and gun control. Liberals are the same way. They don’t want to elect someone who believes we have the right to bare arms (even though it is spelled out in plain English in our constitution and you have to border on mental disability to not see that), or that gay marriage is wrong (how dare you judge someone else!), or especially the idea that low taxes are ideal.

So I guess my point is that liberals need to stop pretending. Everyone knows conservatives don’t want compromise (it’s a stereotype whether it’s true or not). Liberals, who are probably even less open to compromise, need to acknowledge that they are just as divisive, and add just as much of the shrill comments to the debate (if not more) than conservatives.
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