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Tomorrow Is The Day To Do The Right Thing For Our Country

Posted by Michelle Moquin on 7th November 2016

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Good morning!

It’s a day before the election and at this point, I feel like probably many of you, the voters’ minds are made up over who they are going to vote for. I don’t foresee anyone changing their minds at this point but that doesn’t mean I can’t express mine.

I’ve done a lot of reading and thinking over these past months and my mind is full…actually it feels like it is in overload, overdrive, and overwhelm. It has been the most exhausting election to cover and it won’t be soon enough that I’m sipping on champagne welcoming in Hillary.

As much as I’m betting on her winning, I can’t help but be perplexed over those who for so long couldn’t decide nor see the difference between Trump and Clinton (What planet are they living on?) or be baffled still by those who are voting for Trump. The misogyny, the sexism, the racism, and lewd remarks that spew from his mouth…the predatory assaults on women, not to mention lies, lies, lies. I’ve had enough.

But evidently not everyone feels the way that I or many do. There are men and women still voting for this animal of a man. Men and women who have sons and daughters of their own. Republicans, who claim they are the moral compass of this nation, are voting for Trump. Paul Ryan comes to mind – he has two young sons and a daughter. Sick fuck.

What fucking morality allows a man to grab your daughter’s pussy?

Just what does a father think of his own daughter when he is voting for a man who grabs women by the pussy and thinks nothing of letting another man call his daughter a piece of ass? If Trump thinks of his own daughter as a piece of ass, just what does he think of your daughter? And yet mothers and fathers are still voting for this scumbag. What are they thinking? The logic escapes me.

And what does this say to the millionaire and billionaire men out there? If Trump can take what he wants because of who he is, what other men of his ilk will think and act the same? Hey, if it’s accepted from a presidential candidate, than it’s certainly OK for me too. And just what will he be able to do to women should he become president?  Fuck just the mils and bils, what sick things will go through the minds of any man when a predatory, sexist, LSOS, racist is our president? That thought is just too disturbing.

And the people who don’t think this is disturbing, or that this scum as our president won’t have a ripple effect in our society, all I can say is that is fucked up thinking. Any man who votes for Trump at worst is just looking for an excuse to pander to his misogyny, and at best has no respect for women. And any woman who votes for Trump has no self respect nor a respect for her sisters.

You’ll hear no apologies from me. In my mind there is no reason whatsoever any person should be casting their vote for this despicable display of a man.

Unfortunately, there are many men like Trump, so yes, you can bet their marking his name on the ballot. But women, let me end with this, if this mother fucker doesn’t lose in a landslide I have lost all respect for white women. You can go ahead and smile and say you’ll vote for him, but take your ass into the booth and vote for Hillary. And while you’re there, vote Dems down the line, because any man or woman that is supporting Trump should be voted out. 

Tomorrow is the day to do the right thing for our country…the only thing. Vote for Hillary. 

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Readers: Thoughts? Blog me.

Alycedale: Another thing we have in common. :)

Mike, TM: Happy to see you hear again. How are you? Thanks for your added info. After what we have learned about the FBI, and now the recent tweet by Snowden it is crystal clear Comey’s actions were meant to sway this election toward the republicans. I hope you’re doing good.

Uriel: I don’t usually address ignorant comments. But I felt compelled. You obviously have no idea what you’re talking about or you wouldn’t make such an ignorant statement, claiming Anonz is a self-serving bil. He is far from it. So Yes, I will love and support this billionaire till the day I die. He is the most wonderful man I have ever met. While most men are just talking mouths, Anonz backs what he says with action, risking his life everyday, thinking only of those he is defending and protecting, always putting their needs first, including his cadre.

Have you seen what the women here have written? They have experienced his love and kindness. We have heard chronicles from many for years of the good he does. Only a few will ever know the extent of such goodness that Anonz has done for this world.

So…now it shouldn’t be beyond you why I support this man.

As far as me “sucking up.” I don’t suck up to anyone. And I have never claimed to be for the little people. I’m for those who do the right thing, regardless of their wealth or lack thereof.

Caroline: Yes he is. Sorry, I know they are your friends, but it’s stupid white women that would vote for Trump just because of this shit that surfaced. Comey and the FBI set out to do something and they got away with it temporarily thanks to Anonz.

Happy Monday, Everyone. Thanks for being here with me. 

Peace & Love. 

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This ‘n That Chitchat

Posted by Michelle Moquin on 21st July 2016

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Good morning – Catching up…

Beth: First of all, wow! Thank you for posting. I don’t care if he’s jewish. Everyone could learn something from this kid. I HOPE his words go far and inspire the youth and the adults. Which Hellooo…It’s amazing the vitriolic attacks posted toward him on youtube. Although sadly, not surprising since he isn’t white, but jeez he’s just a 14-year old kid. Another example of what OTWs have to endure that white privilege doesn’t.

PS: Happy to hear you’re voting for Hillary, albeit, reluctantly. Give the girl a chance. I think you’ll like what she does.

Heath Info: Love my morning green smoothies. This looks like a good one. Thanks.

Women to Watch:  Excited about this. Thanks for letting us know.

Becca et al: I love when comedy is added to break up the seriousness of this blog. This by no way diminishes the importance of what is posted here, but a little comic relief is much needed sometimes. Thanks.

Wilma: I agree – love reading the comments. If it were not for you and the rest throwing in your two, this blog wouldn’t be what it is. Thanks for being here with me for 7 years.

#BlackLives Matter. Unfortunately to the vast majority of whites, sadly they don’t.

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Social Butterfly: Thanks for reminding everyone. It cannot be stated enough how important it is to vote and as Alycedale stated, “Hang around and vote the republican ticket out.” Give the girl coattails. Yessss!!

Jamie: As I mentioned, I’m just catching up on the comments. Seems great minds think alike. :) I hadn’t read your post nor seen the many comments with regards to it till now. Oh well. Carlos, Anonymous: I ask the same question.

Pets in Beds: OK that was TMI. But if it saves another woman from having a fur ball in her vajayjay, I welcome the comment. Do people really sleep with their pets IN the bed, UNDER the sheets? Really, please don’t do that.

Anonymous: You got that right. I don’t mind it either when it’s said that way…in a good way. This evidently is not.

Has anyone been watching the RNC? Dominique: Thanks for posting this: Stephen Colbert – Hungry For Power Games – check your balls at the door.

LOL – Can’t stop laughing!

Wanna keep laughing? These are the dumb as a box of rocks kind of women voting for T rump. From the Huff Po:

 

Female GOP Delegates Explain Why They Like Donald Trump Despite His Misogyny

 “He’s made it OK for people like me, Middle America, single moms, to speak their minds.”

CLEVELAND ― Donald Trump has called women “dogs,” “slobs,” “fat pigs,” and “disgusting animals.” But female delegates at the Republican National Convention are for the most part learning to forgive their controversial candidate and accept his misogynistic streak.

“I’ve said things like that about guys ― ‘Oh, he’s short, or look at his little feet.’ But [Trump is] just on the surface about it, and that’s the refreshing part for me, is that he can speak his mind, because we’ve been so inhibited,” Mary Susan, a 52-year-old delegate from Minneapolis told The Huffington Post in an interview at the convention. “Do I think that some of the things he said are hurtful? Maybe, yeah. But that’s the beauty of our First Amendment. We should be able to say things no matter what.”

Susan, a single mother of three, said Trump has given her confidence to speak up about political issues. “I think that as a woman, I’ve always felt my First Amendment rights have been inhibited,” she said. “He’s made it OK for people like me, Middle America, single moms, to speak their minds. He’s done more for me personally than the feminist movement.”

For a presidential nominee, Trump has a shocking history of sexist comments toward women. On his reality TV show, “Celebrity Apprentice,” he once told a female contestant, “Must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees.” He said women should face some kind of “punishment” for choosing abortion if it were to become illegal. And when Fox News reporter Megyn Kelly asked him about his attitude toward women, he said later that she must have had “blood coming out of her wherever.”

But those comments weren’t enough to alienate Sandye Kading, a Republican delegate from South Dakota who warmed up to Trump after he won the requisite 1,237 delegates to be nominated.

“You brought up Megyn Kelly,” Kading told HuffPost. “She’s gotten over it, and I think everybody else should too.”

“I’m a woman with a loose mouth so I get myself in trouble,”said Tila Hubrecht, an alternate delegate from Missouri. “If you’re in politics, you better have some tough skin, and if not, you best be getting yourself out. Everybody has their strengths. There’s not going to be any one candidate you’re going to find that’s perfect.”

Of course, not all Republican women at the convention support Trump. Susan Valentine, a longtime GOP activist from northern Virginia, said she will not vote for any presidential candidate this year. She is putting all her hopes in House and Senate races. “We have lots of other candidates that we need to protect from being dragged down by Donald Trump,” she said.

Valentine said “everything” about Trump bothers her. She is offended by comments he’s made about women, and as a passionate anti-abortion advocate, she is turned off by his waffling on the issue. Even Trump choosing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R), a national leader in the fight against reproductive rights, for a running mate did not sway Valentine.

“To be honest, the way that Donald Trump has so far treated Mike Pence ― I’m sort of feeling sorry for Mike Pence,” she said. “But it was a courageous thing for him to do to accept the nomination. If you’re on a ticket with Donald Trump, it’s going to be unpredictable.”

Other women find it endearing that Trump is unpredictable and never says the right thing.

“We call him our little orange buffoon that we love,” Susan said.

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And there you have it.

Oh…Before I sign off what do you think of Melania’s speechwriter taking the fall?

Enough from me today. Lots to talk about so broach a topic and get it rolling.

Blog Me. 

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This ‘N That Chitchat

Posted by Michelle Moquin on 9th June 2016

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Good Morning!

Barbara: I’m with you. I feel the same way. I want our president to empathize with women. Only a woman can do that. Men will never be able to walk in our shoes or understand our issues, concerns or the plight of women around the world. I’m sick of men trying to sympathize by pitying us because that compassion only goes so far. I appreciate the gesture when it’s sincere but sympathy is as far as a man can go. And it’s not enough for us women to get done what we want to get done.

And let me tell you, from years of us having to deal with men making decisions on our behalf concerning our bodies, with men pitying our plight, with men getting paid more money for the same job, with men getting off easily from rape, I AM DONE. I think many women are done.

If only a few of those who are voting for Trump can be shaken awake to feel the same way, Hillary has a chance to take this election. We have our work cut out for us, but I feel it’s totally doable. Work but doable.

It’s time for a woman, a strong qualified woman to have a say. Hillary has more experience, is more qualified, more knowledgable and more fit to be president than any man out there today. And definitely way ahead of this buffoon Trump. I mean frankly, ladies, if the best man they have to offer is Trump, there are at least a dozen women in the background more qualified. But the reality is, it’s Trump against Hillary. And Hillary will eat this ignorant bastard’s lunch on any topic, any subject, any issue, cause etc. etc. etc., concerning America’s needs, security, and welfare. It’s time for more women to join Hillary in support of women. Enough sympathy. Empathy, is what I want for us women.

Lucy: I am shocked too by what you reported. Those numbers are astounding, yet given the crowd he seems to gather around him, not surprising. Let me give kudos to Zen Lill for suggesting there are “daddy issues” concerning females who reflexively support men. But honestly Lucy, as you said, since OTW women don’t seem to have a problem with overcoming their “daddy issues,” there’s more to it than that.

It was Alycedale who said “You have your heads so far up white men’s asses you can’t smell the stink of their shit because you think that’s the way the world should smell.” (I can’t help but laugh at that visual!) Perhaps it is because they are used to accepting the bullshit that men put out to be able to control a woman’s ability to earn money, to question a man’s responsibility when he sexually assaults a woman, and the basic functioning of their bodies.

Readers: Let me just say to any woman who accepts a man using religion to justify whether or not she can have an abortion or do anything else with her body, that she relax, take a deep breath, hold it for about 30 seconds, let it out slowly, and then asks the SOB to give her another reason why she should accept his fucked up opinion. The fact is, if the only reason he can give you as to why you should obey him is the fact that a “A God said you should do it” then you should just tell him to stick his fucking opinion up his ass. Why should you tell him that? Because why should an intelligent woman accept a statement from a man that God is telling you something to do that you personally haven’t heard God tell you to do.

I’m a Catholic girl but I can think back in time when men told you that if a woman didn’t wear a hat in church God would tell you it was a sin. I also remember  when men said eating meat on Friday was a sin because “God said so.” Today, men have changed their minds and now they tell us “God says it’s OK for you not to wear a hat in church” and “God says it’s OK for you to eat meat on Fridays.”

Think ladies. It’s just a man telling you what they say God said. Logically it follows suit that whatever else they say God says is just more BS to get you to do what they want you to do without having to justify it logically. (Now that makes sense, right?) No one argues with God so all a man has to say is “God said it.” Of course that only works if you accept that a man can hear something from God that you can’t.(!) So my suggestion is, the next time you’re on your knees praying to God, if God doesn’t say it’s true, it ain’t. Period.

So please ladies, pull your head out of your man’s ass and smell the air. If it smells like shit, it’s because it is shit. 

Whatever men say about Hillary here’s something we know for certain: She, unlike the hypocritical piece of shit Bernie, was a team player. When Obama beat her after a tough fight, she joined the team, advised her followers to support the team, so that the Dems could win. She didn’t do it for party alone, but she did it because she felt Obama would make a good leader and would advance the causes  that she herself wanted to advance. I’d say that is one smart woman. We certainly can’t say that about any of the Republicans.

She sucked it up, governed her pride and ego so much that she agreed to work under the man who defeated her in her quest to be POTUS. She knew that she would have to do this for at least 8 years; almost a decade. Can you imagine? She, being the strong, dedicated person she is, who just happens to be a woman, paid her dues. In the process she became even more qualified because she served as the Secretary of State where she could help, advise, and support, the president to achieve his goals, both nationally and internationally. That is a person who truly has shown that she believes in “America first.” Again, the Republican men simply say it,  but their actions say what they really mean: “Me first and fuck American, unless I’m the one leading it.”

There are plenty of examples of this behavior. Take McCain who said, “America first.” When in fact he was willing to risk the safety and security of the USA by putting a totally unqualified person, Sarah Palin, in the 2nd position if something happened to him, just to get elected. Because he believed that having a woman would ensure his election. This was a LSOS who would put his own ambitions ahead of “America First.”

Say what you will about whether or not he was qualified for the position. The fact remains that is what he did. It is not up for argument. It is a fact. He put an unqualified person in the most key position in order to get to be POTUS. In any other situation, that would have disqualified this narcissistic, selfish SOB from being president, but white America represented by the Republican party, knowing that that was what he did, pretended otherwise in order to achieve the same thing he wanted to achieve…which was control of the office of POTUS above all else.

Therefore, he pandered to people who he knew were as hypocritical and despicable when they claimed  that they believed in “America first.” When actually they really believed in “America First” as long as we were POTUS. It was all about the ends justifying the means. And the rest was just sanctimonious bullshit.

Who did that party select the following year? They selected Romney. The BS really gets deep in this one. Because Romney was a man who had so little respect for women, he belonged to a cult we call Mormonism. Mormonism is a cult that supposedly religious evangelicals wouldn’t accept since it has no relationship to Jesus Christ whatsoever. The Mormon cult is a made up bunch of bullshit by a bunch of tiny penis white men who used religion as a way to legally round up women, practice pedophilia (most of the women they take as wives are under the logical age of consent, or are brainwashed to believe that a woman’s place is under a man’s lustful body)  and enslave them. They designed a religion around a concept of using woman as sex toys and justifying it by saying “God says its OK.”

Imagine sane people on the planet Earth believing Jesus Christ came to Utah, but he wasn’t Jesus Christ this time. He was some mythical creature on a planet who impregnated women, sent his male offspring to Earth to round up other women to impregnate. And in the process produce men, who would impregnate other women to produce men to be sent to individual planets where they were the only males to impregnate  a planet full of women.

You can’t make this shit up! Get a copy of the Mormon bible and read it. Could it be that sane people would take this dream by adolescent horny males as a religion? Yes, the Republican party did. The Evangelicals of the Republican party did. Evangelical,  people who claim to believe in Jesus Christ, to be born again in that belief. So are we to believe, the Republican Evangelicals who were supporting Romney believed they were born again as Mormons?

Otherwise those Republican Evangelicals were totally hypocritical bullshit artists. They were willing to do the same thing Judas did for a few pieces of silver (in their case, the office of POTUS). They were willing to cast aside their belief in Jesus Christ and accept Mormonism. They were willing to put into office, a man who believed this incredulous Mormonism bullshit.

By the way the founder of that BS religion who was a convicted criminal and a notorious liar among his own people, discovered the writings which founded this bullshit cult on, and get this, “Gold Tablets.” (Whenever religious BS is at its height, the thing that is supposed to make you believe it’s real is that the shit that they claim God said is written on something on Gold. – Hint – Only man thinks gold makes things important. God can put his words on a rock. Remember Moses, the Sinai, the Tablets, Ten Commandments?)

The bottom line is that the hypocritical Republican party puts their religion, and the fate of the country on this man, an anti-christ if there ever was one, in order to gain control of the White House. Try as the Republicans might, the fact is they were willing to compromise their beliefs, religious, and anything else if it meant they could control POTUS. Whenever the evangelical republican controlled party was with their republican nominee for the office of POTUS, Romney, the elephant in the room was, the anti-christ, Romney, was a Mormon, NOT a believer of Jesus Christ as described in any Christian Bible, and certainly not an Evangelical.

So why are we surprised that those same Evangelicals now support Donald Trump? McCain and the republican party was content to put that ignorant and throughly incompetent Palin in the second most important office in the world in order to become POTUS. The natural extension of that is they would now be willing to put a totally incompetent, racist, narcissistic misogynist in the office of POTUS.

Watch this space for the rest of this rant on that topic.

Done for now. Your turn.

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Fury At Racist Cartoon

Posted by Michelle Moquin on 22nd May 2016

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Good morning!

Lois: Wow, That’s dedication. Thank you. I’m happy that we’re back too! Even happier that you are supporting Hillary.

Marcie: Thank you. I’m amazed at the dedication. My first thought is, “Gee, how long would you have keep this up?” I missed being here too. I can’t believe it was a year and a half. It certainly didn’t feel that long.

Rebecca: Thank you.

Speaking of Trump, (and really how can we not?) once again, we experience the hypocrisy of the right claiming to be for women while encouraging body shaming and racial profiling. Some things never change.

Here’s the write:

Fury at racist cartoon comparing ‘butch’ and ‘masculine’ Michelle Obama to pageant-ready Melania Trump

  • The cartoon showed Michelle Obama and Donald Trump’s wife Melania 
  • Mrs Obama appeared muscular and had a bulge in the groin area 
  • Meanwhile Mrs Trump looked ready for a beauty pageant in a pink gown 
  • Artist Ben Garrison tweeted: ‘First Lady will be great again! #Trump2016′
  • Dozens of people condemned the drawing as ‘racist and misogynistic’

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A cartoonist has been accused of racism after he portrayed Michelle Obama as masculine and butch next to a pageant-ready Melania Trump in a controversial drawing.

The cartoon – which has been branded ‘racist and misogynistic’ – shows a muscular Mrs Obama wearing a green dress with a bulge in the groin area.

Stood next to her is a feminine, smiling Melania Trump in a pink dress and holding a Trump sign.

The artist Ben Garrison tweeted the picture on Friday with the caption: ‘#InTrumpsAmerica The #FirstLady will be Great Again! #Trump2016.’ 

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So…what’s your take?

Thank you all for the warm welcome back. And…thanks for being here with me.

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This ‘n That Chit Chat

Posted by Michelle Moquin on 6th November 2014

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Wow…I haven’t used that title in awhile! :) I’ve been trying to post. I updated this and lost my connection…but here is it (I HOPE) .

Good morning!

Readers: I didn’t say it yesterday, but I want to thank all of you for your continued support and involvement here and out in your world. And for YOUR efforts in getting out the vote, voting, and helping others to vote. It’s unfortunate there weren’t more of us.

Health Info: Yep, that’s what I heard. Looking forward to getting info from your new sources. Ah…the Huff Po now? :)

Mike, TM: Yes, it was and I am still feeling the affects from it. Yeah, it might be worth seeing the sting. Sometimes people have to learn the hard way just how good they had it. They just didn’t show up like the last midterms.

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Two-thirds of registered voters didn’t vote. I don’t get it – It’s one day every two years to make some important decisions on how this country is going to be run, and how it is going to affect your livelihood. If you can’t make it on election day, vote early, and mail it in. How simple it really is, yet people, especially the younger ones and single ladies, just didn’t bother.

They weren’t motivated. The Dem party didn’t inspire them to vote. And they weren’t self motivated. Instead of motivating themselves, by getting involved, really looking at the issues and making informed decisions, they just didn’t go out and vote.

Well…we’ll see how bothered they get now.

Thank you, for all your efforts in reporting things, allowing us to be privy to, that we never would have known, if not for you.

Lacy: I agree with you. And the same people who don’t vote, complain when they get treated badly.

For example, places like Ferguson are a microcosm of the country. If the blacks had just went to the polls in the past they would most likely have a black mayor and a police department that was representative of their community. But they, like many other Americans, were lazy, and didn’t participate in the voting process year after year. Until one day they woke up to a city controlled by those who hated them and felt that they could do anything to them because they didn’t get involved in their local politics and didn’t vote. And the cops did just that. It is horrific.

However, I even blogged about it awhile ago when they same thing happened to another black boy,  Kajiema Powell in aother town close by to Ferguson, and the truth was all caught on video, (an even more horrific murder if you can say that). There was hardly any media coverage and not one person was protesting in the streets about this blatant murder. What happened there? What does that say?

I’ll say again what I blogged that day:

This may not be true but their actions say that the people aren’t really serious about putting an end to their boys getting murdered. The thugs tested their power again, and guess what? They can get away with murder again. They now know how far the public will go and sadly, it is short lived.

The thugs are relentless and ruthless. Change is not going to happen unless the people are relentless and ruthless too with their fight for justice.

In situations like this, people expect the world to come to their aid magically, when the solution was simple – get your asses to the polls. (In light of the midterm elections, I want to note that blacks did show up in large numbers!)

Now, I realize that it is very simplistic to say that all you need to do is vote. I said to Mike, TM above, “…that is is one day every two years…” But really, it is not just one day of voting, it is our daily work of getting involved and being informed, if we truly want what is best for our communities and our country.

Voting means that people have to keep up with the issues and that takes time, and many people are too lazy to get involved philosophically with what is going on around them. They see nothing beyond their daily needs. And to be frank, pathetically they are useless to themselves and despised by those who want to discard their politically useless asses. Too harsh? I feel I can say this because I was once pathetic and useless myself many years ago. Yes, I voted, but I had very little knowledge on what the issues were all about.

Daniel: You broached the topic I was going to bring up today: The lack of support from the Democratic politicians and especially throughout this campaigning cycle.

Why candidates thought that distancing themselves from the president, would garner them votes is just beyond logical thinking. The repubs did enough on their own to make their party look bad, not supporting Obama and touting all that he has done (and he has done a lot!) only made them (the repubs) look more appealing. Can you imagine?

I was on board for Grimes in Kentucky – I wanted McConnell out – but her not supporting Obama does not send the message to Obama supporters that she approved of him. And Grimes wasn’t the only one.

I am proud to be a Dem, but we have a party that doesn’t have the guts to stand up for what is right. The Dems ran away from supporting Obama. They thought that would get some of the republicans to vote for them. If they stuck to telling the people that what they were doing was right, (Obama needed to do more of this too - That was the mistake Obama made in the beginning of his term.)  they would have the people continually motivated to go for more.

Check this out:

14 Facts About The Obama Presidency That Most People Don’t Know

People have many perceptions of how the US economy or the country as a whole is doing in recent years. Depending on your political views, you may think the country is doing exceptionally well or on the verge of collapse.

Listed below are 14 objective facts, without interjecting any opinion, about the state of America under the leadership of President Obama. Every statement is followed up with a link to a source where you can verify these facts for yourself.

1. We’ve now had 63 straight months of economic expansion.

That’s right, for 63 consecutive months the US economy has gotten progressively better. That includes 54 consecutive months of private sector job growth. Forbes magazine, no fan of President Obama, crunched the numbers and demonstrated how the economic recovery under President Obama has been better in just about every measurable way than the recovery under President Reagan.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/adamhartung/2014/09/05/obama-outperforms-reagan-on-jobs-growth-and-investing/

2. We are currently enjoying the longest period of private sector job creation in American history.

Again, this statistic comes from the Forbes Magazine article listed above. In fact, we have now had 54 straight months of private sector job creation. That is the longest period of job creation since the Department of Labor has been keeping statistics. See the link below.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/fact-checker/wp/2014/09/15/obamas-claim-that-businesses-are-in-the-longest-uninterrupted-stretch-of-job-creation/

3. Unemployment has dropped from 10.1% in October of 2009 to 5.9% and projected to reach 5.4% by summer of 2015.

Not only has the unemployment rate dropped significantly, but since the recession ended, our economy as added over ten million new jobs. You can refer to the Forbes article above or check this article on PoliticsUSA.

http://www.politicususa.com/2014/09/05/jobs-report.html

4. The stock market continues to set new records since President Obama has been in office.

Since early 2009 there has been a steady trend in stock market growth. The Dow Jones Industrial averages reached an all-time high of 17,098 in August, 2014. Since most Americans have 401K retirement investments in the stock market, this stock market growth benefits millions of middle class Americans.

http://www.macrotrends.net/1358/dow-jones-industrial-average-last-10-years

5. The Federal budget deficit is shrinking. It’s been reduced by two-thirds since 2009.

The $1.4 trillion federal budget deficit that Obama inherited in 2009 was in a large part due to the high rate of unemployment. When millions of people were put out of work in 2008 and 2009, it resulted in far less income taxes and less economic activity to generate federal revenue. As ten million people have been put back to work, there have been billions more tax dollars generated. As a result, the deficit has been shrinking each year. The 2014 deficit is projected to be around $500 billion, the smallest deficit since 2007 and roughly 1/3 of what it was in 2009.

http://www.usgovernmentspending.com/federal_deficit_chart.html

6. Under President Obama, spending has increased only 1.4% annually, the lowest rate since Eisenhower was president.

You may have heard critics say that President Obama is spending money wildly and running up our debt. According to this article from Forbes, Obama has increased spending by 1.4% annually, far less than President Reagan (8.7%) or George W. Bush (8.1%). In fact, Obama has increased spending less than any president since Eisenhower.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/rickungar/2012/05/24/who-is-the-smallest-government-spender-since-eisenhower-would-you-believe-its-barack-obama/

7. For 95% of American taxpayers, income taxes are lower now than just about any time in the previous 50 years.

After President Obama took office, thousands of Tea Party members all over the country held rallies protesting Obama’s tax increases. At that time, President Obama had actually passed several tax cuts to stimulate the economy. Most of the Tea Partiers who were protesting had only seen their taxes decrease under Obama. Yet polls indicated that most Tea Party members wrongly believed their taxes had gone up.

In fact, the only people whose income taxes have gone up during Obama’s presidency are those making $400,000 per year or more. That’s less than 2% of the population. Today, for the vast majority of people, tax rates are exactly where they were when Obama first took office or lower. The article below from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities explains this in greater detail.

http://www.cbpp.org/cms/?fa=view&id=3151

8. Our dependence on foreign oil has shrunk due to record domestic oil production and improved fuel efficiency standards.

While some people claim that oil production has declined under President Obama, the truth is just the opposite. Oil production has reached record highs. The United States now produces so much oil that we export more oil and gasoline than we import.

http://www.indexmundi.com/g/g.aspx?c=us&v=88

9. At least 7 million more Americans now have health insurance than before.

Depending on whose numbers you use, between 7 and 10 million Americans acquired health insurance due to the Affordable Care Act. Now that those 7 to 10 million Americans have insurance, the rest of us are no longer on the hook to pay for their health care when they get sick. This saves the American people billions of dollars in the long run.

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-care/obamacare-helped-10-million-get-insurance-gallup-finds-n78446

10. The Affordable Care Act has added years to the life of Medicare.

The Medicare trust fund had been on course to run out of money by the end of 2016. But due to cost savings from the Affordable Care Act and lower healthcare expenses, Medicare’s trust fund is now stable until the year 2030 without cutting benefits.

http://online.wsj.com/articles/medicare-social-security-headed-in-different-directions-1406564712

11. Since passage of the Affordable Care Act, we are seeing the slowest rate of increase in healthcare costs since 1960.

Contrary to the predictions from Republicans, health care costs have increased at a much slower pace since the passage of the ACA.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/docs/healthcostreport_final_noembargo_v2.pdf

12. We currently have fewer soldiers, sailors and airmen in war zones than any time in over 10 years.

With the end of the Iraq war and the steady withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, we have fewer people in war zones now than any time since 2002.

13. There have been zero successful attacks by al Qaeda on US soil since Obama became president.

Despite Dick Cheney’s claim that if voters elect a Democrat as president, we’ll be “hit again and hit hard” by al Qaeda, we have actually been far safer from terrorist attacks on US soil in recent years than we were under the previous president. There have been several unsuccessful attacks against the US under both presidents, but under Obama, al Qaeda has been largely unsuccessful in striking the US on our home soil.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_al-Qaeda_attacks

14. We now successfully catch and deport more illegal immigrants than ever before.

Despite the publicity from busloads of children who illegally entered the country, the numbers prove that President Obama has deported more illegal immigrants than any other president.

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2012/aug/10/american-principles-action/has-barack-obama-deported-more-people-any-other-pr/

All of the facts stated above can be confirmed through multiple sources, yet most Americans are not aware of all of this positive news. I invite you to do your own research and check these facts for yourself.

The truth is, most other presidents would envy President Obama’s record despite the fact that he inherited the worst economic crash since the Great Depression.

Here’s a bonus. If you feel particularly ambitious, feel free to research these additional facts.

  1. Since Obama became president, our economy has gone from losing 800,000 jobs per month to adding 200,000 jobs per month. That’s a net improvement under Obama of about 1 million jobs per month!
  2. Before Obama became president, our financial system was in ruins and millions of people were at risk of losing their life savings. Now, the financial loopholes have been fixed and we are no longer at risk of another financial collapse.
  3. In 5 years under Obama the economy has created twice as many jobs as were created in 8 years under George W. Bush.
  4. President Obama passed credit card reforms that protects consumers from excessive fees, rate hikes, deceptive marketing and unreasonable due dates.
  5. Thanks to “Obamacare”, senior citizens have saved billions of dollars on prescription drugs.
  6. The Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to spend at least 80% of your premiums on health care. As a result millions of Americans have received refunds from their health insurance companies.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/24/health-insurance-rebates_n_5614570.html

Despite the unprecedented obstructionism and record number of filibusters used by Republicans to kill even the most routine legislation, the fact remains, in almost every measurable way, the American people are profoundly better off today than they were before President Obama took office.

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Readers: It’s unfortunate they didn’t ride their campaigns on the above. But they abandoned Obama, they did not declare that what he was doing was good for the country. They hid from their accomplishments and expected the people to come out on their own to vote for them. How one would think that would bring about success…well, that logic escapes me. In the end, no guts got them what they got.

As you all know it isn’t just about voting. There is so much more to take into consideration: support and dedication, motivation, perseverance in the issues and wanting a better country for all…etc.

The Dems didn’t support Obama, Obama’s approval rate went down, voters didn’t feel that the party supported him, they weren’t self motivated to get involved in the issues, hence they decided to stay home instead of voting.

Like I said, it is a tall order. We are in a much lesser position of power now. When we had it pretty easy, we still didn’t come through, and yet Obama got a lot done. The opportunity (Obama) “presidented” itself, and we the people were not prepared. :) (Ahh…I can only dream of how great this country could’ve been if…)

Now, with the repubs in control, will the American people do it? Are we willing to put in the time? Will we get anything done that the Dems want, or will Obama be exercising his right to veto.  Yes, we’ll just have to wait and see. But so far we haven’t had to wait long –  I see the repubs are already getting on with all that they want to do. (deep sigh)

Thoughts? Ideas? Blog me. 

Peace out. 

Lastly, greed over a great story is surfacing from my “loyal”(?) readers. With all this back and forth about who owns what, that appears on my blog, let me reiterate that all material posted on my blog becomes the sole property of my blog. If you want to reserve any proprietary rights don’t post it to my blog. I will prominently display this caveat on my blog from now on to remind those who may have forgotten this notice.

Gratefully your blog host,

michelle

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