Republican Debate – August 6th

by: twilight Language

 

What would Carl Oglesby say about all the candidates as they stumble towards the Presidential Election of 2016?

Carl Oglesby’s most famous book, a favorite of mine, reveals a twilight language view of the world and should be read by all students of political history. It is The Yankee and Cowboy War: Conspiracies from Dallas to Watergate and Beyond (1976).

I’ve discovered this book, which is extremely difficult to find in a print edition (they go for over $300 via used book vendors), is available as a free download, here. You have no excuse not to read it.

I asked Carl’s son, Caleb Oglesby, about publicly posting this link, as I respect author’s copyrights. This is what Caleb wrote to me today, via his Facebook page: “I think he would be happy to see it out there in the world. I know someone approached my sister about putting this book online, and we as a family gave our blessings.”

Carl Oglesby, 1989.

Of course, I miss what Carl Oglesby (July 30, 1935 – September 13, 2011) would have had to say about the specific alignments of the candidates for president. “What would Carl say?” does come to mind.

It’s a circus out there, but someone in this candidate pool, no doubt, is going to continue the Yankee or Cowboy traditions

Some people, like Rick Santorum, don’t wear the Cowboy hat too well.

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The first GOP debate hit new record 24 million people view this debate          compared to the last debate where 3 million watch the debate

But who won the first debate well let look at the number

Trump

Cruz

Rubio

Carson

Paul

Kasich

Walker

Huckabee

Bush

Christie

Who talk the most

Trump

Bush

Kasich

Rubio

Carson

Cruz

Huckabee

Christie

Walker

Paul

Who was attack the most

Obama

Clinton

Paul

Trump

Huckabee

Christie

How let focus on the substance or what the debaters mentioned the most and what they    didn’t talk about.

Well as excepted Isis was talk about the most in the debate on how the will so call stop Isis Crisis in Iraq and Syria

Clinton was also talk about the most since she will be the most likely nominee for the  Democrat

The next hot topic was the border and illegal alien which every one is talk because of Donald Trump and when the border was talk about building a wall followed

Abortion was next in line because of plan parenthood and the murdering the innocent

Iran and what i would call a bad deal came in next

A few of the debater attack the trump epically Ron Paul

Obama came low down the list which is not anything to talk about because he is not in the race for another terms in office

Obama Care had a negative feedback last night

Cyber warfare a new type of warfare came up in the debate

Other thing to mentioned jeb try to distance him from the bush brand

Common core got negative rating

There were people who want to be another Ronald Reagan

Gay marriage got positive rating

Thing that was not mentioned or talk about a lot in this debate was

Jade helm
Police brutality
Greece
Gun

There are the point standing of who did well at the small Boys table there is the list in order from favorable to less favourable

Fiorina Jindal Perry Santorum Gilmore Graham Pataki

Rick Perry’s Texas Cowboy roots are secure, but candidates Bush and Cruz have undermined Perry’s Texas money base by courting Perry’s former Cowboy funders.
Yankee Donald Trump, of course, would like to take on the mantle of the Midnight Cowboy.
Who above are the “Yankees” and who are the “Cowboys” among them?
What is Hillary?


More Executive Orders on the Way: Republicans Take Control of the Senate

Chris Carrington
The Daily Sheeple

Obama now has two choices during the final two years of his leadership:
The American people showed their discontent at the polls yesterday by voting for the Republicans to take control of the Senate. The GOP also strengthened their hold on the House of Representatives and will be in control of both chambers of Congress for the first time since 2006.politician

  • Issue Executive orders that require no approval from Congress.
  • Seek bipartisan support for his plans.

Many people have no doubt of which choice he will make.

What you have to ask yourself is will it make a difference? The vast majority of those that seek to rule us are from white collar backgrounds and most of them worked in for-profit organizations prior to going into politics. Over half of these people are millionaires. (source)

We are deluded if we think that these men and women will not vote with their/their cronies business interests in mind and therein lies the problem. The gap between rich and poor, the haves and have-nots widens year on year. The rich get richer and the rest of us get squeezed more and more.

To hope that because the Republicans now control both chambers of Congress this will change is foolhardy. It won’t.

The world over the views and visions of politicians is at odds with the views and visions of the people they preside over. Looking at it logically it’s impossible for it to be any other way. Someone who has grown up with all the privileges of life, someone who has mingled with the ‘right’ people and attended the top schools cannot understand growing up on the other side of the tracks.

Someone who has the money to enter the merry-go-round of political life will have views and attitudes that reflect their background. As would we all. We are all the product of what has gone on in our lives, and politicians are no different.

They cannot possibly comprehend how it feels to struggle to keep the roof over your families head. They have no concept of having to manage with what they have.

They have never known the pressure of job loss, hunger, poverty, foreclosure or homelessness. They have no experience of the real lives that the majority of the electorate lead. In short they are not qualified for the positions they hold.

If you need an operation you wouldn’t go to a car mechanic would you? No, you would find someone qualified to do the operation. This is what is lacking in the political system of not only the United States but of the political systems around the world.

There are no simple answers, but clearly, as long as it takes millions of dollars to run a campaign fund there is no chance of getting more balance on Capitol Hill. The common man is not under-represented, he is not represented at all and that’s not something that is going to change anytime soon.

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