Monday, September 30, 2013

Obamacare Good or Bad

Another comment: It gives everyone the care they need and deserve. Is it not the government's job to protect their people? Well if the people need health care then isn't it the government's job to provide healthcare? People say this will make peoples rates go up. That is a lie; the rates are going up anyway, but since the healthcare bill has been passed they've been going up at a lower rate. It is good for everyone and the right thing to do. It works in countries suck as the UK, Italy and Australia and they seem to be doing okay. To back all this up:
(Yes I checked the sources for Wikipedia I just didn't want to put all of them)
Republicans just need to get over the fact that they aren't gonna repeal the law and get some real work done!
And for more about why Conservatives hate the law:
Even YOUR news network agrees with me:
Get over it. It's good for America, it is just not your idea so you hate it.

But it is their idea: thinkingblue

Reading the conservative comments on Why It’s Bad For America, makes me want to say (more like scream): Please get a new shtick already, yours (rather Fox News’) is too redundant and way too (for want of a better word) ignorant! But of course when people find it difficult to think for themselves they need a SHTICK! 

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Congress TP Supports Our Troops...

That's Right, All The Way To A Shutdown, When They Won't Get Paid!
How in the world did they get this kind of power to destroy... (When they don't get their own way)? thinkingblue
Captain, Road Prison 36: What we've got here is... failure to communicate. Some men you just can't reach. (1967)
You Can't Always Get What You Wa-ant

Tuesday, September 24, 2013


Slang - A member of the social or political establishment, especially one holding sexist or racist views.
ALSO: A person of piglike character, behavior, or habits, as one who is gluttonous, greedy, selfish, (and cruel - willfully causing pain or suffering to others).
I found this on facebook today; I know it's the same old GOP selfish response to their inhumanity when it comes to poverty. But even though their narcissistic rhetoric is getting a bit monotonous, it still should be pointed out and exposed so that everyone who cares about those less fortunate than themselves can observe their (Repulican) total lack of empathy for those who need help. thinkingblue



Sunday, September 22, 2013

Tea Party Brats Still At "Kill the Bill"

Look at all the pathetic tea party bullies grin and clap for their supposed victory. It’s as though they are saying...
“Hey You, Tea Party Moronic Base, look what we are doing for your vote, now! Soon we will destroy America just to satisfy your ignorance and secure your vote.”
It’s no joke… it’s all true and the majority of Americans will suffer if they are allowed to continue this masquerade. Vote them out in 2014 for the sake of America’s survival. Once America's democracy is crippled what value will votes from the ignorant be then? thinkingblue

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Tea Party Baby Votes To Cut Food Stamps by 40B Making Hunger an American Staple

I wish I could gather all the Tea Party leaders and followers, put them in a colony with private quarters to shelter them and their families for a period of 6 months; give them a daily allotment of food, just enough so they won’t die of starvation, lasting for, oh, a couple of months. After which when they have experience the pain of hunger long enough, they are offered food stamps for the remainder of their stay… Let’s see how many will still vote to cut food consumption for the poor by 20% or $40+billion. These people who live in their cozy comfort zones have not a clue about hunger, they want every human fertilized egg to become a part of existence yet to the infant human being, born in to a life of poverty and suffering, they say YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN KID. Convoluted? You Betcha!
WARNING: During my childhood, there were many days my family did not have enough money to buy food at the end of the month and we kids went hungry; let me tell you, hunger is not for sissies, you experience nausea and literally want to throw your guts up but it's only dry heaves because there is no food content in your stomach to produce vomit. Plus you get so weak that by the time food is offered, you are almost too weak to eat.  

GOP Aims to Cut $40 Billion Out of Food Stamps to Foil Illusory ‘Cheaters’

When hunger is experienced for a long time it leads to Starvation.
From is a severe deficiency in caloric energy, nutrient, and vitamin intake. It is the most extreme form of malnutrition. In humans, prolonged starvation can cause permanent organ damage and eventually, death. The term inanition refers to the symptoms and effects of starvation.
According to the World Health Organization, hunger is the single gravest threat to the world's public health. The WHO also states that malnutrition is by far the biggest contributor to child mortality, present in half of all cases.
Undernutrition is a contributory factor in the death of 3.1 million children under five every year. Figures on actual starvation are difficult to come by, but according to the Food and Agriculture Organization, the less severe condition of undernourishment currently affects about 925 million people, or about 13.5% of the world population.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

NRA Answer This Question

NRA Answer This Question
This past Friday was Friday the 13th. Although, I am not in the least superstitious, (on a conscious level) on these days I feel a slight uneasiness. I am always glad when the day ends without any significant cataclysmic event occurring in my life. But since our Congress and our President cannot pass any legislation to stop the gun violence that has gripped our Nation… (Blocked by Big Money and the NRA) Everyday Has Become FRIDAY THE 13THthinkingblue

Navy Yard Shows Fallacy of NRA's 'More Guns' Solution
After Newtown, the gun lobby powerhouse said the solution was armed guards. So what about Navy Yard?

By Matthew Cooper
September 17, 2013 | 9:34 a.m.

After the shooting in Newtown that left 20 elementary school students dead, the National Rifle Association responded with a proposal for what it called National School Shield program. The idea, said the organization's leader, Wayne LaPierre, was that "the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun." The shield program aimed to put an armed guard in every elementary school in the country to protect children from the next deranged killer.
The Navy Yard shooting exposes a fallacy in that argument. A military facility, the Navy Yard had plenty of good guys with weapons who were nonetheless were unable to stop Aaron Alexis, the alleged shooter, from killing a dozen innocent persons. In the coming weeks, we'll learn more about Navy Yard security and how Alexis was able to thwart it. (We'll also learn more about how he obtained his arms, but let's leave that aside for now.)
True, the Navy Yard is not a heavily armed facility. It's not like, say, walking into a military base in the U.S. let alone onto a war zone. But neither was it the kind of gun-free school zone that the NRA has described as an inviting target for crazed shooters. It was at least as heavily armed as we can expect any elementary school could ever be under the National School Shield program. And yet, carnage.
The NRA is in some sense right that guns stop mass shooters – although in Atlanta this year, a deranged man with weapons was talked into surrender by a savvy, quick-thinking administrator. Still, guns stopped Alexis, not pleas. In that sense, La Pierre is right.
But it's also true that shooters seem eminently capable of wreaking carnage before they can be stopped by on-site, armed personnel. This was true in the shooting at the U.S. Army's Fort Hood base and at Columbine High School, which had an armed guard. By the NRA's own logic, unless virtually every teacher in a school, or person in an office, is packing heat and is trained to use their weapon, a determined shooter can sow havoc before their weapons are silenced
After Newtown, La Pierre looked to retired police officers, among others, to be enlisted so that there would be a guard in every elementary school.
There may be a good argument for having armed guards in schools and many have chosen to provide such protection, but the idea that guards alone will prevent mass shootings isn't one of them. If the United States Navy couldn't take out a mass shooter before he--and it's always a he--does his deranged work, can a guard? More Here:

Sunday, September 15, 2013

The Zimmerman Ticking Time Bomb

Zimmerman was a ticking "TIME BOMB" the night he had an altercation with his wife and stormed out to the streets looking for a brouhaha and Trayvon Martin just happened to cross his path... How many more will Mr. Ticking Time Bomb hurt or murder before justice does what it is suppose to do? How many? thinkingblue

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Wow, Nature's Living Machine

Wow, Nature's Living Machine
Science brings us spectacular knowledge of our Earth and the life upon it. This discovery is short of miraculous, cells that evolved into interlocking gears... It is mind boggling! Watch video demonstration below. thinkingblue

Friday, September 13, 2013

♪♫♪ Shadows of the Past ♪♫♪

Shadows of the Past
'We need a hundred more like Jesse Helms in the U.S. Senate'
~Ted Cruz~
Ted Cruz  Jesse Helms - Why not, they're both American White Supremacists.

On Rachel Maddow's Show a little history about Ted Cruz's Idol Jesse Helms.
"If you had any doubt on whether or not Cruz was a Bigot, your doubts can now be extinguished.
Ted Cruz is the personification of BIGOTRY. (Just like The Late Jesse Helms)
What is so baffling about this, is the FACT that Ted Cruz is so PROUD of it!" thethinkingblue

'We need a hundred more like Jesse Helms in the U.S. Senate'By Steve Benen
- Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:00 AM EDT
Nearly 11 years ago, then-Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R) noted that his home state of Mississippi supported Strom Thurmond's presidential candidacy in 1948. "If the rest of the country had followed our lead," Lott said, "we wouldn't have had all these problems over all these years either."
Given that Thurmond was running on a segregationist platform in 1948, Lott's remarks were not well received. Indeed, the Bush/Cheney White House quickly abandoned him and Lott was forced to give up his post.
The incident came to mind yesterday after listening to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas).
The Texas Republican spoke yesterday at the Heritage Foundation, appearing at an event named after the late Sen. Jesse Helms (R-N.C.), where Cruz was quite effusive in his praise.
"I'll tell you something ... the very first political contribution I ever made in my life was to Jesse Helms. When I was a kid, I sent $10 to Jesse Helms, 'cause they were beating up on him, they were coming after him hard and I thought it wasn't right, and at the time my allowance was 50 cents a week," the Texas Republican said. "I am willing to venture a guess that I may have been Jesse Helms' single largest donor as a percentage of annual income."
Cruz also recalled a story about when a young Helms received a campaign donation check from John Wayne. He explained that, according to the story, Helms figured out how to get in touch with Wayne and called to thank him for the support.
"Apparently Wayne said, 'Oh yeah, you're that guy saying all those crazy things. We need 100 more like you,'" Cruz said. "The willingness to say all those crazy things is a rare, rare characteristic in this town, and you know what? It's every bit as true now as it was then. We need a hundred more like Jesse Helms in the U.S. Senate."
Is that so.
What is happening to America? It use to be, when NUTTY people would say outrageous things, people would dismiss them as batshit crazy. Now, their insanity is taken as something reasonable and should be, not only listened to but followed. SAY WHAT? thinkingblue

A Pathetic Unrealistic PowerPoint - POOR vs. RICH

Whoever created this PowerPoint has no idea what poverty is all about, in fact, the creator has got to be a conservative wealthy Republican because only they (who have not a clue) can describe the condition called poor, as a beautiful experience. Watch the presentation and at its end get the real scoop on the wretched malady called Poverty. thinkingblue


Monday, September 09, 2013

Gun Love

Gun Love
It almost appears that this preposterous cartoon has some accuracy. Insanity rules when the NRA has power in Washington DC. NOT FUNNY, SAD! thinkingblue
This picture is OUTRAGEOUS and deranged simply because the ignoramus shouldering the assault weapon is within his LEGAL RIGHTS to walk amongst us with a weapon that could take out 30 to 100 of us (men, women and children) in a matter of minutes. There lies the crime! thinkingblue
(song to the tune of Young Love)
They say for every man and girl,
There's just one love in this old world,
And I, I kn-ow, I, I, I
I've found mine.
The heavenly touch when I embrace,
Tells me no one will take your place,
A, A, A, A, ever in my heart.

Gun love, first love,
Filled with true devotion,
Gun love, our love,
We share with deep emotion.

Just one kiss from my sweet lips,
Will tell me that my love is real,
And I, I, I can fe-el that it's true.
We will vow to one another,
There will never be another,
Lo-ve for you, or for me.

Gun love, first love,
Filled with true devotion,
Gun love, our love,
We share with deep emotion.

The gun enthusiasts’ have had a field day with shoving their so called 2nd amendment rights down our throat but they aren't the only blight on society. Marketers also have a hand at making money at the expense of our well-being, as in the next image.
Can anyone tell me what the capitalist who created this truck logo is trying to sell?  Looks like kidnapping to me. Now I know why Bill Hicks tells marketers to KILL THEMSELVES. thinkingblue