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16 Quotes That Show How Much People Are Freaking Out Over Four More Years Of Obama

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Has there ever been such a negative reaction to the results of a presidential election in modern American history?  Yes, those that supported Barack Obama are celebrating greatly right now, but the other half of the country is really freaking out.  Over the past 48 hours there has been a very powerful outpouring of emotion that has included a strange mix of mourning, anguish, frustration, grief, despair, panic and fear.  Yes, the more conservative half of the country was disappointed after Bill Clinton’s two victories, and they were certainly not pleased with what happened in 2008, but those were viewed as temporary setbacks.  What happened on Tuesday night is being viewed as something else entirely.  Shocked conservatives are describing the election results as “catastrophic” and many believe that there is no hope that America will ever be turned around again.  The reality that we are about to go through another four years of Barack Obama in the White House is starting to set in, and this is shaking a lot of people to the core.  If you are conservative, you will likely find many of the quotes below to be quite sobering.  If you are liberal, you will likely find many of the quotes below to be quite hilarious.  But there is one thing that everyone should be able to agree on – America is more divided today than at any other time in the post-World War II era and half of the country feels like they were just punched in the stomach.

The following are 16 quotes that show how much people are freaking out about another four years of Barack Obama…

#1 Rush Limbaugh: “I went to bed last night thinking we’re outnumbered.  I went to bed last night thinking all this discussion we’d had about this election being the election that will tell us whether or not we’ve lost the country.  I went to bed last night thinking we’ve lost the country.  I don’t know how else you look at this.”

#2 Sarah Palin: “Well, unfortunately, we know what we will get with four more years of Obama. This really is a catastrophic setback to our economy and to any opportunity that we would have for Supreme Court justices to be appointed who would be strict adherents to the traditional interpretation of what our Constitution says.”

#3 Marc Faber: “I am surprised with the reelection of Mr. Obama. The S&P is only down like 30 points. I would have thought that the market on his reelection should be down at least 50%…I think Mr. Obama is a disaster for business and a disaster for the United States. Not that Mr. Romney would be much better, but the Republicans understand the problem of excessive debt better than Mr. Obama who basically doesn’t care about piling up debt. You also have in the background Mr. Bernanke, who with artificially low interest rates enables the debt to essentially escalate endlessly.”

#4 Ron Paul: “The majority dictates against the minority. So, right now the majority are receiving a check…That is why people were sort of surprised with these conditions that this president can get reelected. That is a bad sign in that there are more on the receiving end. People do not want anything cut. They want all the bailouts to come. They want the Fed to keep printing money.”

#5 Donald Trump: “Our country is now in serious and unprecedented trouble…like never before.”

#6 Jim Rogers: “It’s going to be more inflation, more money printing, more debt, more spending”

#7 Glenn Beck: “So I sat there on my set last night and what I said, I think about this time yesterday, was I caught myself halfway in the middle of a monologue and I think I cleared my throat and I said, I’m biting my tongue here to say things that I ‑‑ hopefully I won’t have to say tomorrow. But I got up yesterday at 3:00 in the morning and I knew. And I couldn’t sleep and I started to say my prayers and I got up and kneeled down by the edge of my bed and I knew that ‑‑ or I suspected that my mind’s not God’s mind, and the peace and the comfort that he had given me and so many of my friends was not about an election. God’s about a bigger picture than an election or a candidate. God is about the freedom of mankind. God is about the Constitution, which is a divinely inspired.”

#8 Tanner Lee Cook: “I am honestly sick to my stomach. I have lost all hope in America as a nation. Its time we start to feel sorry for ourselves.”

#9 Laura Ingraham: “Axelrod’s mustache lives. America’s economy dies.”

#10 Robert Sewell, MD: “Notice to all patients, Prepare for LONG LINES & government denial of care. That’s what you have voted for today. Hope you Love Obamacare”

#11 Richard Viguerie of ConservativeHQ.com: “The battle to take over the Republican Party begins today and the failed Republican leadership should resign”

#12 Bryan Fischer: “Today was Pearl Harbor. Tomorrow we begin planning for Normandy.”

#13 A Small Business Owner In Nevada: “I had to lay off 22 people today to make sure that my business is gonna thrive and I’m gonna be around for years to come. I have to build up that nest egg now for the taxes and regulations that are coming my way. Elections do have consequences, but so do choices. A choice you make every day has consequences and you know what, I’ve always put my employees first, but unfortunately today I have to put me and my family first, and you watch what’s gonna happen. I’m just one guy with 114 employees — well was 114 employees — watch what happens in the next six months. The Dow alone lost 314 points today. There’s a tsunami coming and if you didn’t think this election had consequences, just wait.”

#14 Ted Nugent: “Goodluk America u just voted for economic & spiritual suicide. Soulless fools”

#15 Michelle Malkin: “My counsel to you tonight: Please, do not be bitter. Do not fall prey to the Beltway blame game. Do not get mired in small things. Do not become vengeful creatures like our political opponents who voted out of spite instead of love of country. We still have boundless blessings to count — and to secure. I remain a proud, unrepentant believer in the American Dream. And I know you do, too. Freedom will endure because we will keep fighting for it. We can’t afford not to, friends.”

#16 Joseph Farah: “For many of us, the unthinkable has happened.

America has decisively turned the corner away from the constitutional principles of limited government and self-government with the re-election of Barack Obama.

There may be no way home for us.

For those of us who fundamentally reject Obama’s policies, things are going to get very rough for the next four years. We have allowed our fellow Americans to pronounce judgment on the nation.”

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  • Dave Webb

    Never have I seen an election this close. That feelings are running very high on both sides is a very natural thing to occur. It is not the end of everything. Here is why:
    Wake up. There are some very positive things going on. One thing is the House of Representatives has a Republican Majority.
    The Senate is almost equally divided between Democrats and Republicans. That means things can swing either way on a vote. Two Houses of Congress can over ride a Presidential Veto.
    It might not have to come to that. Half a pie is better than no pie at all. In order to get anything done, the Congress has to approve. This is not a free ticket. It is necessary for both sides in the Congress to negotiate how we do things. We also have to act responsibly on both sides of the fence.
    Last I heard we are all human and we all make mistakes. That doesn’t mean when one man is elected President, everything has to fall apart.
    One thing is the exposure of all these different ideas in the path to election. I think a lot of those ideas are not quite dead yet.
    I would like ObamaCare renegotiated. But that is going to have to happen in the halls of Congress, not through anything any of us say. The democrats do not control the Congress. They do have a good say in one house of Congress. But so do the Republican opposition. All it takes is several swing votes for something to happen. That is where negotiation comes in.
    I understand the depression that occurs because something major went against one side or the other. Things in motion stay in motion, things at rest stay at rest. We do not have time for depression. We do not have time to rest. There is a lot of legislation that has to be done, now.

    • Gay Veteran

      sorry Dave:

      “…The government, both Republicans and Democrats, have “discovered” that they can fake “economic growth” by running fiscal deficits! This in turn results in nominal GDP values that look much better than the truth really is, and that in turn spurs people to do foolish things, such as spending money and increasing leverage into what is a factually-deteriorating economic picture.

      If you think either of the parties is going to voluntarily step back from this and recognize the truth, you’ve been smoking too much of that whacky weed that was just legalized in Colorado….”

      http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=213692

  • Cleo

    The reality is that no matter who is elected will make no difference as to whether the economy collapses, because it will and there is no way to avoid it as we are past the point of no return. The only difference would have been the speed that we get to the collapse. Both Obama and Romney are big government guys. They are both part of the same elitist control freaks who are in power in the federal government for sure, in most of the states, and in a lot of local governments.

    Our move to socialism (or whatever tag you want to put on it) didn’t just start with Obama. When the democrats are in power there is some compromise with the right. When republicans are in power there is always a lot of compromise with the left. The result of compromise is always bigger government and more loss of personal freedoms.

    All forms of government work one way or another. Socialism (and like forms) generally rule with an iron fist as they control practically all aspects of life. As you move to the right along the freedom scale more personal freedom and choice is given to the individual.

    So, the question becomes when will the mindless indoctrinated fools who want the government to give them everything wake up and realize that they aren’t free to do whatever they want? Is there any example of any country where socialism works? Well, yes in the sense that you would still be alive and breathing. But there aren’t any that work where the populace is happy with their ordinary outcomes? Is there any example of any country where the people are totally controlled where the people are truly happy? You could ask the gay population of Iran if they were still alive to answer.

    I would suggest that everyone read the book Five Thousand Year Leap. It was the concept of American Freedom, both economic and personal, that unleashed the power of the human spirit to innovate and advance humankind like it had never been done before.

    When you read Atlas Shrugged and similar type books, one realizes that eventually those who create and prosper only to have the fruits of their labor taken from them to give away to others for the common good of society, that they eventually drop out and stop producing. We are very close to that point now.

    The original Puritan settlement in America was based on socialism where they all farmed common ground and shared equally. Problem was some worked harder than others. The result was not enough to eat and many deaths. It didn’t work then and it won’t work now. After two years and many deaths, it was decided that each Puritan family would be given their own plot of land and they could keep the fruits of their labor. The result was they all prospered.

    Eventually, the sheeple will wake up. After Obamacare is fully implemented and the sheeple are denied certain procedures because the success rate of a particular procedure isn’t high enough to warrant spending the money, they will wake up. When the sheeple finally realize that a clueless bureaucrat is making their healthcare decisions based on facts and figures and not them and their Doctor, they will wake up. When the sheeple wake up and realize that Obamacare is all about eugenics they will wake up.

    Progressive thought is all based on saving Mother Earth from overpopulation, so wars, famines, etc. are all good things because Mother Earth is saved. Your life is meaningless to a progressive….you are just a number and another statistic. The sheeple will wake up when those in charge say you can only have one child, or when those with lower IQ’s or potentially bad genes are forced to have sterilization so they can’t propagate.

    This is the course we are headed. When the sheeple wake up the course can be changed, but there will be tough times until they do.

    • Gay Veteran

      “…After Obamacare is fully implemented and the sheeple are denied certain procedures because the success rate of a particular procedure isn’t high enough to warrant spending the money, they will wake up. When the sheeple finally realize that a clueless bureaucrat is making their healthcare decisions based on facts and figures and not them and their Doctor, they will wake up. When the sheeple wake up and realize that Obamacare is all about eugenics they will wake up….”

      what do you think is going on right now??? some clueless INSURANCE COMPANY bureaucrat is is making their healthcare decisions based on facts and figures and not them and their Doctor. and btw, NO system on this planet allows unlimited spending on health care

      “Progressive thought is all based on saving Mother Earth from overpopulation, so wars, famines, etc. are all good things because Mother Earth is saved. Your life is meaningless to a progressive….you are just a number and another statistic.”

      doesn’t sound like any progressives I know. and Nature will limit our numbers if we refuse to do so, unless you are so clueless as to think that our poplulation can increase without end

  • Jodi

    Wait…I thought jobs were saved. Obama is so cool. How long do we last I wonder.
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/how-many-businesses-have-announced-closings-or-lay-offs-since-obama-won-a-second-term/

    Michelle Malkin’s quote is the best quote here. We must not become like our opponents. So well said.

  • Piglet

    Years ago I used to listen to Rush Limbaugh until I finally wised up. The bloated hog would talk about morality but has been through how many marriages now? Four? More? He railed that drug users should be locked up for long stretches while he was sending his maid onto the street to buy his “hillbilly heroin” (oxcontin). After being warned by a judge not to have any drugs in his possession for which he had no prescription, he went by himself to the Dominican Republic, (in)famous for child prostitution, and was caught coming back in with Viagra. Gee, I wonder what he was doing down there? Naturally, since he has connections, there were no legal consequences, and he had a big laugh on the air about it.

    As for Joseph Farah’s statement (“America has decisively turned the corner away from the constitutional principles of limited government and self-government…”), the same thing could have been said during the Bush administration, but in those days many Republicans called for criminal penalties, to include death, for criticizing the president. The current criminal gang in the White House simply continued the precedent set by previous criminal gangs and continues the tradition of expanding upon it.

    To hell with both parties, and I wish them the worst of destinies!

    • El Pollo de Oro

      Piglet: I’m with you. To hell with both parties. Rush “Pillhead” Limbaugh, like most of the neocon frauds on that list, loves big, fat, bloated government as long as his tribe, the Republi-Cons, are the ones doing the spending. Pillhead is just jealous because the Democrap wing of the War Party gets to be the one raping The Banana Republic of America this time; Pillhead, Hannity, Malkin, Beck and the other neocons think they are entitled to do the raping (the “divine right of kings” crap). Well, I say fuck all of them. The voters have spoken, and they would rather be abused by Barack “Goldman Sachs” Obama than Mitt “Wall Street” Romney and the Republi-cons. So be it. Americans chose the gas chamber over the electric chair, hemlock over strychnine, the Gambinos over the Bonnanos. This election was a fraud to begin with, which is an example of why I’m a Libertarian.

      Ron Paul is the only one on that list I have any respect for. I have enormous respect for Ron Paul, who is ideologically a Libertarian and not a true Republi-con. I remember when Ron Paul dared to criticize the George W. Bush regime during its eight-year reign of terror. Drug addict Limbaugh, Hannity and the rest of the neocon peanut gallery screamed that he was unamerican, unpatriotic, traitor, etc.—how dare Ron Paul disagree with the Anointed One, George W. Bush, and his evil henchman Dick “Deficits Don’t Matter” Cheney. I remember neocon talk radio hosts saying that Ron Paul should be tried to treason for challenging the Bush/Cheney rape of the Constitution. So yes, you’re absolutely right: the Obama regime is merely carrying forward the criminal activities of the previous criminal gang. And the self-serving Limbaugh is jealous being he wasn’t invited to the party.

      The Republi-Con Party can go to the hell, and the same goes for the Democraps.

  • Louise in MO

    Barack Obama told his followers to “vote for revenge.” Mitt Romney told his to”vote for love of country.”

    Obviously more than 50% of the country voted for revenge.

    It is incredibly said to have to come to grips with that fact. All my hopes and dreams for my grandchildren will never be. So my sadness is coupled with anger towards those who took away those hopes and dreams.

    I will miss the America I grew up in and raised my children in. On Tuesday we voted out the American Dream. I don’t know about others, but I cried when the election results were final.

    • Gay Veteran

      “It is incredibly said to have to come to grips with that fact. All my hopes and dreams for my grandchildren will never be. So my sadness is coupled with anger towards those who took away those hopes and dreams.”

      sorry Louise but it is utterly pathetic to think that there is ANY substantial difference between Romney and Obama, between Republicans and Democrats. They are both 2 sides of the same coin which is owned by the elites that rule this country.

      • Louise in MO

        Gay Veteran

        If your belief is true and there is indeed no difference between the two parties, then all the more reason for sadness, maybe it’s more like incredible grief!

        • Gay Veteran

          well Louise all you have to do is ask yourself what were the SUBSTANTIAL differences between Romney and Obama.

          and social issues (guns, god, gays) don’t count, those are meant to divide us and keep us distracted from what the elites are doing

  • Ya’aqov ben Ya’aqov

    #13 A Small Business Owner In Nevada:

    If I were a small business owner I would call into my office every employee on my payroll who I knew was open and vocal about their support for Obama and inform them that their employment was now no longer needed. As I will now be redirecting the capitol investment formally spent on their wages to pay for the new tax increases that would soon be levied upon my business!

  • Had_It

    I feel like quitting my six-figure job so that I don’t have to pay for all these moochers on the dole. I’m getting sick and tired of driving an 04 honda civic and seeing people on welfare with new iPads and drive around in “blinged out” new Suburbans with spinning rims and shop for their 12 rude ignorant kids with food stamp cards while I slave away all day to pay for it.

    This guy just can’t wait to get his hands on more of my paycheck to feed his zombie parasite minions.

  • Dave Webb

    What did anyone expect? I expected a professional choice for President. I expect strict honesty on the campaign trail and Republican conventions. But then again I am a dreamer. I want the appearance of honesty in all the dealings they have. The internet was full of the Florida convention “voice vote” and it stunk.
    Perhaps if the opposition didn’t run pictures of the candidate in a suit that looked like he slept in it. Photoshop must be really good for some Graphic artist.
    Perhaps if the opposition wasn’t able to run pictures of him doing away with people’s jobs for profit. These were people not numbers. It lost a good number of votes though.
    Perhaps if the candidate knew his geography lessons a little better. (Mistake during debate on Iran.)
    Perhaps if the vice candidate had a clearer picture of just how his program would “benefit” existing social security members and why privatization would work better for them. I didn’t see it that way and a lot of seniors are just like me. That doesn’t mean it was a bad program. It means communication was definitely lacking to older voters.
    I think Obama is a “poor” choice. But I also think the opposition has to offer a much clearer “good” choice if they expect common people to vote for them. It was clearly a choice of two people that may or may not be a good choice to be our next president. That is why that election ran so close.
    Obama got in not because he was a good choice. He got in because the opposition was a poor choice from the average person’s standpoint.
    My message to the Republican Party is simple. Give us people that we can elect that are going to be good choices. The last two elections have been examples of what I call “poor” choices in candidates for President.
    Who comes up with these people? Please do not get me wrong. I think the previous election and the candidate was a national hero. He also spent time in a Vietnamese prison camp. Say Manchurian Candidate? That was the subliminal that came across even if it wasn’t really discussed much. That should have set of alarms all over the place in the Republican side of things. Apparently it didn’t.
    If you want the Presidential candidate to win, Republicans are going to have to pass a test. That test is just exactly what it will take to win. What is going to make that person attractive to the common person voting out there? And after that person is elected, how well is that person going to fullfill the promises made during the election campaign?
    The answer to my questions is the key to winning in 2016. It is the key to winning the other congressional house in 2014. If you want to win then in the next two years get rid of dishonest people in your house. Your candidates have to be sparkling clean honest people and have the appearance of being honest. That will win elections.
    Your opposition does not have that appearance. And unless they clean their own house up, it won’t happen in 2014.
    People are tired of political machines. They are tired of powers that be behind these people. When a critical constitutional vote comes up and close to 300 votes from both parties go in one direction, there is something very wrong with that scene. I do not suggest we can change that over night. But a step in the right direction is to change the “appearance” of how things work.

    • Gay Veteran

      Obama won because he is a better liar than Romney. And yes they are both liars.

  • SMASH THE CONTROL MACHINE

    HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF!!7 BILLION CELL PHONES!!The Tower of Babel

    by Ray C. Stedman

    The appearance of the first city [after the flood, built by Nimrod] goes back in the story of Cain and Abel, when Cain went out and built a city. It illustrated the hunger of humanity to huddle together for companionship, even though they were not really ready to do it (as they still, obviously, are not ready to live together successfully in cities). God’s final intention is to build a city for man. Abraham looked for “a city which has foundations, whose builder and maker is God.” But man was not yet ready for that. Now here they are, again ready to build a city to satisfy the desires of body and soul. There is nothing that does this better than for human beings to live together in cities. Cities are centers of commercial and business life where all the needs of the body can best be met. Also, cities are centers of pleasure and culture, where all the hungers of the soul can be satisfied: hunger for beauty, art, and music and all the ingredients of culture.

    The tower, on the other hand, is designed to satisfy the spirit of man. Here we see, reflected in these two things, a fundamental understanding of the nature of man as body, soul, and spirit. All are to be satisfied in these two elementary needs, the city and the tower. A number of years ago, digging in the plains of Shinar, archaeologists discovered the remains of certain great towers that these early Babylonians had built. Some archaeologists have felt that they may even have found the foundation of this original tower of Babel. That is very hard to determine. But they did find that the Babylonians built great towers called ziggurats, which were built in a circular fashion with an ascending staircase that terminates in a shrine at the top, around which are written the signs of the zodiac. Obviously, the tower was a religious building, intending to expose man to the mystery of the heavens and the greatness of God. That, perhaps, is what is meant here by the statement that they intended to build a tower with its top in the heavens. They were impressed by its greatness architecturally, that is, it was a colossal thing for the men of that day to build and they may have thus thought of it as reaching into heaven. But they also unquestionably were thinking of it as a means of communication with God, of maintaining contact with him. God is not to be left out, you see, in the city of man. He is there, represented by this tower.

    However, the heart of the matter is made clear in these words, “let us make a name for ourselves, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth.” Already a haunting fear had set in. They were conscious already of a disruptive influence in their midst, of a centrifugal force that was pushing them apart so they could not live too closely together and which would ultimately, they feared, scatter them abroad and leave them unknown, unhonored, and unsung, living in isolated communities where they would be exposed to great danger. The fear of this caused them to build a tower and a city. The ultimate motive is expressed in these words, “let us make a name for ourselves.”

    From that day on this has been the motto of humanity, “let us make a name for ourselves.” I am always amused to see how many public edifices made a plaque somewhere on which the names of all the public officials who were in power when it was built are inscribed: the mayor, the head of public works, etc. “Let us make a name for ourselves,” is a fundamental urge of a fallen race. It reveals one of the basic philosophies of humanism: “Glory to man in the highest, for man is the master of things.” That is the central thought of humanism, glory to mankind.

    The fact that this was a religious tower-and yet built to make a name for man-reveals the master motive behind religion. It is a means by which man attempts to share the glory of God. We must understand this, otherwise we will never understand the power of religion as it has pervaded the earth and permeated our culture ever since. It is a way by which man seeks to share what is rightfully God’s alone. This tower was a grandiose structure, and undoubtedly it was intended to be a means by which man would glorify God. Unquestionably there was a plaque somewhere attached to it that carried the pious words, “Erected in the year ___, to the greater glory of God.” But it was not really for the glory of God; it was a way of controlling God, a way of channeling God by using him for man’s glory. That is what man’s religion has always sought to do. It is a way of making God available to us.

    Man does not really want to eliminate God. It is only sporadically and then only for a relatively brief time, that men cry out for the elimination of God. Atheism is too barren, too pessimistic and too morally bankrupt to live with very long. The communists are finding this out. No, we need “dear old God,” but let’s keep him under control. Do not let him get out of his place. “Don’t call us, God; we’ll call you.” This is the fundamental philosophy of society. It is the tower of Babel all over again

  • Gary2

    Michael–What a bunch of fools you quote in this article. Could you pick a bigger bunch of pathetic humans than the likes of crazy glen beck or pill head limbo? Who gives a shit what these hacks have to say.

  • Gay Veteran

    wow, quite a list you got there:

    #1 Rush Limbaugh: the adult version of Cartman from South Park, and no that is not a complement

    #2 Sarah Palin: grifter

    #3 Marc Faber: “… Republicans understand the problem of excessive debt better than Mr. Obama who basically doesn’t care about piling up debt….”
    HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa, thank you Mr. Faber, I needed a good laugh!

    #4 Ron Paul: “The majority dictates against the minority….” which is why it was soooooooooooo surprising that marriage equality passed in Maryland, Maine, and Washington state

    #5 Donald Trump: how many times did that clown declare bankruptcy?

    #6 Jim Rogers: “It’s going to be more inflation, more money printing, more debt, more spending” and that would be true under Romney too!

    #7 Glenn Beck: cry me a river

    #8 Tanner Lee Cook: who?

    #9 Laura Ingraham: another blonde bimbo on Fox (propaganda arm of the GOP)

    #10 Robert Sewell, MD: “Notice to all patients, Prepare for LONG LINES & government denial of care….” as opposed to insurance company denial of care

    #11 Richard Viguerie: I thought he was dead

    #12 Bryan Fischer: right-wing nut job

    #13 A Small Business Owner In Nevada: and you think “free trade” Republicans are going to help you? of course Democrats are also for shipping millions of American jobs overseas

    #14 Ted Nugent: HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa, a true class act /sarc/

    #15 Michelle Malkin: right-wing whackjob

    #16 Joseph Farah: gay porn star? and another right-wing whackjob

  • El Pollo de Oro

    I quite agree that “that there is no hope that America will ever be turned around again,” but the reality is that The Banana Republic of America (or as Reed Richards calls it, The Asylum States of America) was doomed long before the Bonnannos were chosen over the Gambinos (if you think that I got that analogy from Gerald Celente, you’re absolutely right). The BRA has been on the road to Third World squalor for many years, and this joke of an election wasn’t going to change that regardless of which wing of the War Party came out on top. I thought that Bitt “Wall Street” Omney would narrowly eek out a victory, but it turns out that Marack “Goldman Sachs” Robama and his gang of corporate puppets get to manage the corporate fascist insane asylum—or rather, try to manage it. The BRA is unmanageable at this point. But hey, if “those that supported Barack Obama are celebrating greatly right now,” let them have their moment of naïve bliss. This Stage 4 patient known as The Banana Republic of America is terminal, and there will be no happy ending for our collapsing empire. Not under the corporatist Democaps, not under the corporatist Republi-Cons.

    “Los Estados Unidos has turned into a banana republic, a fascist banana republic.”—Gerald Celente

    “The War Party has two wings: the Democrats and the Republicans. All others are outsiders, whose ability to storm the gates is ‘legally’ restricted by a nearly impassable series of bureaucratic obstacles designed to keep them out while still maintaining the ‘democratic’ illusion, i.e. the phony two-party system, which is in reality a single entity.” —Justin Raimondo, AntiWar.com

    “It is easier for a political party to attain national ballot status in Russia today than it is for the Libertarian party or the Green party to get on the ballot in, say, Pennsylvania.”—Justin Raimondo, AntiWar.com

    “Voting for the ‘lesser evil’—or failing to vote at all—is part of the corporate agenda to crush what is left of our anemic democracy. And those who continue to participate in the vaudeville of a two-party process, who refuse to confront in every way possible the structures of corporate power, assure our mutual destruction.” —Chris Hedges

    “The United States has collapsed economically, socially, politically, legally, constitutionally, and environmentally.”—Paul Craig Roberts

    “You’re wasting your vote if you vote for a Democrat or Republican.”—Jesse “The Body” Ventura

    “The United States has collapsed economically, socially, politically, legally, constitutionally, and environmentally.”—Paul Craig Roberts

    “All the themes of incipient fascism are present, to some degree, in our present-day political culture: the fear of the Other, the need for a (powerless) scapegoat, including the theme of expansionism. ”—Justin Raimondo, AntiWar.com

    “You know the guy who shows up for an important event in sandals, sweatpants and a stained t-shirt? That is us. We are only a shadow of what we once were as a nation, and we desperately need to change course.”—Michael T. Snyder

    “The Obama Administration has embraced the policies of George W. Bush, and then gone much further. Wall Street bailouts went ballistic under Obama—$700 billion under Bush, but $4.5 trillion under Obama, plus another $16 trillion in zero-interest loans for Wall Street.”—Jill Stein

    “This country is a boiling cauldron of hatred and anger, and all it is going to take is just the right ‘spark’ to cause all of this hatred and anger to absolutely explode.”—Michael T. Snyder

    “We’re on a collision course for disaster. All we can do, all your viewers can do is brace for impact…Buy gold. Buy silver… Get as far away as you can from U.S. currency and the U.S. economy.”—Peter Schiff

    “Homeland Security is armed and locked and ready to blow your brains out if you start protesting martial law. ”—Gerald Celente

    “This is the face of our political class: arrogant, authoritarian, and on the level of some banana republic south of the border. Welcome to the New America, where leader-worship has taken the place of politics, Team Red and Team Blue battle it out to see who gets to be El Supremo for the next four years, and politics resembles a prolonged soccer game.”—Justin Raimondo, AntiWar.com

    “My next door neighbor’s two dogs have created more shovel-ready jobs than this current administration.”—Gary Johnson

    “All these fake conservatives get up and criticize anyone who wants to shut down the corruption on Wall Street as communist when it’s the opposite. There’s this ‘let them eat cake’ attitude, and it just gets crazier and crazier by the minute. How far can this go?”—Alex Jones

    “We are very, very messed up as a nation.”—Michael T. Snyder

    “American exceptionalism? Exceptional at what? Waging wars against innocent people for fake reasons? Exceptional at what? Being addicted to pharmaceutical drugs that have people’s minds wasted? Exceptional at what? Eating more junk food and becoming the most obese nation on Earth?”—Gerald Celente

    “As the economy unravels, as hundreds of millions of Americans confront the fact that things will not get better, life for those targeted by this culture of hate will become increasingly difficult. Rational debate will prove useless.”—Chris Hedges

    “I don’t need some jerk like Romney, Santorum, Obama, Bush, Clinton or the rest of them telling me that they’re my leaders. They couldn’t lead me across the street.”—Gerald Celente

    “Voting for the lesser of two evils is voting for your own enslavement.”—Gerald Celente

    “Don’t tell me to leave—you leave. If Obama, if Clinton, if Mittens Romney, if Rick Santorum, if Neutered Gingrich, if Herman ‘999 666’ Cain, if Michelle Bachmann, if Sarah Palin, if Harry Reid—if any of these people want to tell me to leave because I don’t believe their BS, come over and we can talk. You want to go man-to-man with me? We could go at it. Don’t send one of your flunkies.”—Gerald Celente

    “It’s either fight or not. And the movements are going to continue because people do not have an economic future.”—Gerald Celente

    Welcome to the neocon insane asylum. Welcome to the two-party freak show. Welcome to life in a Third World slop bucket.

    Welcome to The Banana Republic of America, land of the corrupt and home of the desperate.

  • John Pick

    Just like in 2008 we went to bed with a certain knowledge and faith in our financial system by the time we got out of bed the next day our financial system that we had a sure knowledge and faith in changed into something new unknown and uncertain, we had to adapt to this new reality.
    November 6, 2012 by the time we went to bed our knowledge of reality was changed into a new unknown reality. Our world and all we knew has changed never to return, we need realize that we need to adapt or die.

  • Gay Veteran

    somehow my previous post is not here, so trying again:

    #1 Rush Limbaugh: the adult version of Cartman from South Park, not a complement

    #2 Sarah Palin: grifter

    #3 Marc Faber: “…the Republicans understand the problem of excessive debt better than Mr Obama….” HaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa, thanks, I needed a good laugh

    #4 Ron Paul: and does Ron Paul actually think the GOP would do anything to balance the budget???

    #5 Donald Trump: how many times has this clown declared bankruptcy?

    #6 Jim Rogers: “It’s going to be more inflation, more money printing, more debt, more spending” and that would have been true if Romney had been elected

    #7 Glenn Beck: cry me a fake river

    #8 Tanner Lee Cook: who?

    #9 Laura Ingraham: another blond bimbo on Fox

    #10 Robert Sewell, MD: “Notice to all patients, Prepare for LONG LINES & government denial of care. That’s what you have voted for today. Hope you Love Obamacare” and what about insurance company denial of care?

    #11 Richard Viguerie of ConservativeHQ.com: is that dinosaur still alive?

    #12 Bryan Fischer: right-wing fundamentalist whackjob

    #13 A Small Business Owner In Nevada: “I had to lay off 22 people today to make sure that my business is gonna thrive and I’m gonna be around for years to come. I have to build up that nest egg now for the taxes and regulations that are coming my way. Elections do have consequences, but so do choices. A choice you make every day has consequences and you know what, I’ve always put my employees first, but unfortunately today I have to put me and my family first, and you watch what’s gonna happen. I’m just one guy with 114 employees — well was 114 employees — watch what happens in the next six months. The Dow alone lost 314 points today. There’s a tsunami coming and if you didn’t think this election had consequences, just wait.” yes, a tsunami is coming, the result of BOTH parties

    #14 Ted Nugent: rabid right-wing whackjob

    #15 Michelle Malkin: the Asian version of Laura Ingraham

    #16 Joseph Farah: gay porn star? no, another right-wing whackjob

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003798768904 Shockwave Nation

      Keep flapping your gums…your day WILL come. It’s people like you that will be sought out FIRST.

  • El Pollo de Oro

    Gay Veteran: Let’s say, for the sake of imagination, that Michelle Malkin turned into a kleptomaniac and got caught in New York City. In that fantasy scenario, would I send her to Rykers Island? Hell no. I’d sentence that “neocon dominatrix” to a year as a dishwasher in a Korean or Vietnamese restaurant in Flushing, Queens (a predominantly Asian area). For a self-hating Asian-American like Michelle Malkin, that would be a very harsh punishment. She would probably prefer Rykers Island.

  • TheRandyGuy

    In CA where I live, the local newspaper has been running letters from readers asking that people come together, accept the election results, and support Obama. Did I read these same people asking for unity and acceptance when Bush was President? No, I saw them hang Bush in effigy and that was “free speech”, dontchaknow. When the lib/dims spent 8 years protesting Bush, they have absolutely no standing to complain when those of us who love this nation and the Constitution call Obama out for what he is. They won the election, no doubt about it. But any notion they may have about unity is a fallacy on their part. You see, this “free speech” thing goes both ways whether they like it or not.

    • El Pollo de Oro

      During the Bush regime’s reign of terror, most of the “liberal Democrats” folded like a house of cards and went along with the regime’s abuses (whether it was the Patriot Act or the imperialist neocon war in Iraq). But libertarian Ron Paul held his ground and refused to be a part of the raping of the Constitution.

  • MichaelfromTheEconomicCollapse

    Does everyone like the new comment system?

    • http://www.facebook.com/meranda.devan Meranda Devan

      I suppose it already approved the comment ahead of time…. No waiting!

    • 2Gary2

      its ok–at least it posts sooner than when you had to look and pass all comments. I was already registered with Disqus for other web sites as I share my wisdom far and wide.

  • 2Gary2

    Michael–the articles on this site are old and cold