The more things Hope and Change…

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There is a school of thought that says, Do not delight in reminding your extremist ideological opponents that they are being betrayed by their own.  The underlying rationale is that doing so help make the people doing the betrayal appear to be ‘moderate,’ even when they’re really not.  Given that said extremist ideologues will also still vote for their betrayers in the future, the argument is that pragmatically there’s not enough of an upside to mocking them for it.  I respect the reasoning behind of this school of thought.

It’s just that sometimes I don’t give a tinker’s dam. Via AoSHQ, not a Photoshop or parody. This is real:


And the neocons laugh. Oh, how we laugh.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.

11 thoughts on “The more things Hope and Change…”

  1. Ah, but some would say that Obama’s consciously following the Cloward/Piven school of of thought:

    Rather than placating the poor with government hand-outs, wrote Cloward and Piven, activists should work to sabotage and destroy the welfare system; the collapse of the welfare state would ignite a political and financial crisis that would rock the nation…

    The fact that the Dems are working to empower a majority of people to vote themselves ‘free’ money at the expense of the minority would seem to support this.

  2. It’s not really about the money for them. If we had taken every cent we spent on Iraq and Afghanistan, saved it at interest, and started spending it for health care in 2010 it would not pay for 10% of Obamacare.

    Not to mention any other bad things that might have happened out of the Middle-East.

  3. Even after he threw his minister and his grandmother and any number of potential or actual appointees under the bus, Code Pink thought they were exempt?


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