Friday, February 06, 2009

THE SOUND OF ONE HAND

The Passion for Christ Movement has given us a great gift idea for Christmas 2009.

Order this shirt and wear it proudly. Give yourself a hand.

13 comments:

Jason said...

That's a handy tip! Thanks, Ron!

American Patriot said...

Great idea. We could come up with tees for guys like Barney Frank saying "Current Peter-Puffer." Or for Chris Dodd saying "Ask Me About My Mortgage."

Sorry, we're all sold out of "I did not have sexual relations with that woman."

If you liberals are so offended about these tees, come up with your own, maybe: "I'm a liberal jerk-off."

Anonymous said...

"Ex-Masturbator" has something to do with religion?

And who quits masturbating? Why?

I'm so confused.

Anonymous said...

Custom shirt logo for American Patriot:

EX-THINKER

or perhaps even

ACTIVE SHEEP MOLESTER

American Patriot said...

Active Sheep Molester? Is there anything in the Stimulus Bill that covers this type of activity, Anon?

Or maybe you belong to one of those "dumb-ass" sleeper cells whose alarm just went off.

Glad Hands said...

Don't knock masturbation, it's sex with someone you love.

Anonymous said...

Leave it to a money-grubbing conservative like AmPat to be so interested in tax cuts or financial breaks for sodomizing a farm animal.

American Patriot said...

Hey, Anon 1:02pm, it isn't the "money-grubbing conservatives" shoving this bullshit Stimulus bill down our throats. Rather, it's the highly educated liberal left who never even bothered to read the frickin' bill. And if you think I'm in favor of financial breaks for sodomizing farm animals, you fucking idiot, ask Nancy Pelosi about sodomizing taxpayers for 30 Million to save some fucking marsh mouse in San Francisco. I'd rather give $30 million to Bay area gerbils for clean-up efforts so the faggots out there couldn't tell if they'd been used or recycled.

What happened to Barackmadinejad's promise for transparency? What happened to legislation being on line for regular folks to submit ideas? I'll tell you what happened, your "boy" ran as a centrist and now he's veered off the highway to the left.

The CBO said today that this Stimulus package will do MORE harm than good and that over the next decade it will cost American Taxpayers $2.27 Trillion dollars. COST, not STIMULATE.

Anonymous said...

But it was the "money-grubbing conservatives" shoving the bullshit multi-trillion dollar catastrophic "war on terra" plus the bullshit tax cuts for the rich plus the bullshit banking and mortgage deregulation that got us into this mess in the first place. Or does AssPat forget who controlled congress and the white house for the six years setting all this up?

And where was AssPat bitching about bailing out bank and mortgage company executives making millions while sending the economy into the pits? Oh wait, it's all Clinton's fault.

Anonymous said...

Funny thing about that CBO statement to which AssPat refers... it doesn't exist. The CBO did not issue any report, any analysis or any study.

Rather, the nonpartisan CBO ran a small portion of an earlier version of the stimulus plan through a computer program that uses a standard formula to determine a score -- how quickly money will be spent. The score only dealt with the part of the stimulus headed for the Appropriations Committee and left out the parts bound for the Ways and Means or Energy and Commerce Committee.

Because it dealt with just a part of the stimulus, it estimated the spending rate for only about $300 billion of the $825 billion plan. Significant changes have been made to the part of the bill the CBO looked at.

The CBO numbers were given to a small number of congressional Democrats and Republicans, but were not posted online because they're not an official CBO product.

The GOP leaked the numbers to the AP, claiming they were an official CBO report. They weren't.

You can read the numbers for yourself by downloading the pdf at http://big.assets.huffingtonpost.com/stimsummary.pdf

American Patriot said...

First. The War on Terror isn't bullshit. Maybe someday you'll learn that the hard way.

Second, the tax cuts, approved by Democrats and Republicans were not just for the rich. But what if they were? Who hires people, invests capital or starts a business? It sure as hell isn't poor people who don't need tax relief because THEY DON'T PAY INCOME TAXES! The bottom 50% last year paid less than 3% of all federal taxes. If you are in favor of income redistribution, then just say you are.

And our current problems economically began 10 years ago when all of these mortgage companies popped up and offered 100% loans, 125% loans and the American people began using the homes like a cash register. Until the late 1990's, very few people refi'd their homes to suck the equity out. Now, very few people have that option and are now having to live within their means and that's a big reason consumer spending dropped as well.

People who had NO business buying a home were allowed to through the compassion of Democrats like Barney Frank, Maxine Waters, Christopher Dood, Lacey Clay and Frank Raines. Fannie and Freddie were created for this very purpose. And when these risky loans had been packaged, sold to Wall Street, sold to Foreign banks and investors, the boil eventually burst.

Not only could these people not pay their mortgages, but the value of their homes dropped literally putting them upside down in the equity of their homes. And guess what, oops, we can't refi our ass out of this jam, and the walls of our economy began to collapse.

Little Dickie Durbin from Illinois was crying the blues on the Senate floor about families who can't afford college or can't buy a home but with this Stimulus package, that would all change. So, it seems Democrats have a sustained learning disability, they don't get the fact that government intervention and turning the Treasury upside down ONLY MAKES THINGS WORSE. So what if some kid can't go to College. Can't afford a house? Rent a frickin' apartment.

And Anon 3:19, please tell me you don't believe a word of the Huffington Post? If the AP had truly been handed a platter of shit by ANY Republican, don't you think the AP wouldn't be shouting that fact from the rooftops? Do you also believe in the Tooth Fairy too? I guess these are all stupid questions because your sure believe in the Stimulus fairy.

Anonymous said...

So the GOP had 8 years under King George to do something about the problem created 10 years ago and chose not to?

Did you disagree with King George's stimulus I and II?

"People who had NO business buying a home were allowed to through the compassion of Democrats..."

Do you really believe Democrats lent this money? How many mortgage bankers are Democrats? Zero.

Again, who controlled the country for 6 of the past 8 years? Who controlled congress for 8 of the past 10 years?

American Patriot said...

Anon 9:11, let me again set the record straight. I never said bankers were Democrats. First of all, most banks weren't writing risky loans; banks will only do FHA, VA or traditional 20% down home loans with very strict income to expense ratios.

Fannie and Freddie were created to make home ownership more readily available to those unable to meet bank underwriting guidelines.

Republicans did sound the alarm bill in 2001 and again in 2005, if I'm not mistaken. Even though the GOP controlled the Congress from 2001-2006, people on both Senate and House Banking Committees refused to listen. Those included Barney Frank and Maxine Waters who literally got pissed at the examiners and auditors who questioned Franklin Raines at Fannie and another Clinton appointee at Freddie.

I did not support "King George" in his stimulus bills nor do I support Comrade Obama in his. Although, I highly doubt Bush's stimulus bills added together, excluding TARP, would have totaled the $800 billion just approved.