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America's Economic Collapse: In just 48 hours?

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June 24, 2009 – Comments (29)

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_062409/content/01125110.guest.html

Rush Limbaugh points out that Cap and Trade could be a done deal in the House by this week Friday.  This piece of legislation is one in which VARCHILD has already declared was the 1 thing that could get him to sell off almost all of his Shares in his portfolio, maybe all of them, and it could be 48 hours from now?

Tick...Tick...Tick...Tick....

America's Economic DEATH KNELL is nigh.   Tremendous Terror and Mass Panic will ensue just out of the pure belief this CAP and TRADE is a done deal and will become law.

Tick....Tick....Tick...Tick...

And to top it off.... America's Health Care is headed for absolute Disaster as every one that goes to the Hospital will have to ask OBAMA for permission to be treated or tested for a disease...

Obama wants to do "Mandates" in which anyone who doesn't sign up to Obama's Health Care will be PUNISHED SEVERELY with a FINE!    And once you are on his Health Care System, good luck expecting to get Treated!  Especially if you are considered to be a Financial Burdon on society.

Tick...Tick...Tick...Tick.....

We all know the Democrats.... President JIMMY CARTER II wants to TAX the HECK out of Soda Pop.... That means devastation to PEPSI's COKE's and DPS's profits....  Want a Pepsi? A Dr. Pepper?  A Coca Cola??? Sure.. That will be $1.39 + 10 cents deposit + $10  Tax to Obama.
$11.49 for 1 2 liter of Coca Cola.... Out of $20.. Here's your change: $8.51.   Enjoy!

Tick....Tick....Tick....Tick...

America to be NUKED by a NUCLEAR Device soon?  Sure why not?  Let's throw in the prediction that America gets NUKED soon.   I don't care by who for my prediction.

President OBAMA does not want to stand up for FREEDOM for the Iranian Innoncent Civilians....
President OBAMA is too cowardly to board the North Korean Vessel seeking to deliver Nuclear Material.... President Obama is about to be sent to an All Out War....  And guess what?

Our COMMANDER in CHIEF is too COWARDLY to give a *&^% about doing his duty as Commander in Chief to protect the Nation from our Enemies...

Heck... He wants to deliver our enemies right to our doorsteps by dumping Terrorists from Guantanomo Bay here.... He also wants to invite Iranian Diplomats to America to celebrate July 4th.

So what will Obama do in the face of AMERICA getting NUKED if it does?  TRY THIS:  NOTHING!

Tick.....Tick...Tick...Tick....BOOM!

29 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On June 24, 2009 at 8:46 PM, djkumquat (46.96) wrote:

rush limbaugh is a terrible reference. go to a credible news orginization for a link next time. the rest of this is just lies, but i guess that's what you get when rush is your only source of news.

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#2) On June 24, 2009 at 9:04 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

Now you've made me even more scared...  Cause your response is what I hear from a liberal when I make a statement to see if I am right or wrong to a liberal.... When they respond by not addressing my statement directly, but instead attacking my source document and then attacking me personally, that tells me that I am right and SHOULD have my finger on the Sell Button.

That's how I kept up my optimism about the Iraq War during the bad times.... Everytime I addressed that war to a liberal, they attacked my source...attacked me....and never said anything about our "progress" over there.  And guess what?  Things in Iraq turned around and no one is calling it a failure anymore.

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#3) On June 24, 2009 at 9:07 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

CNBC is just as scared at CAP and TRADE as anyone else is... 

Warren Buffet already spoke today saying that he is troubled that the President isn't focused on Job Creation...

I have CNBC + Warren Buffet + Rush Limbaugh all on my side on this one... Plus a whole bunch more source and source material...

So arguing about "Source?"  When I throw up a legitamit concern??

CRAP!  America is so screwed :-(

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#4) On June 24, 2009 at 9:22 PM, Seano67 (80.07) wrote:

Things in Iraq turned around and no one is calling it a failure anymore.

 

Well, success can be defined by many different metrics. The way I look at the Iraq war is that we spent trillions of dollars, thousands of American lives, and god only knows how many Iraqi lives sticking our nose into something which we had no business sticking it into in the first place, and for reasons which appear to have been completely contrived. So to me it was just a massive, shameful waste, and one of the darker chapters in the history of American imperialist adventures. 

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#5) On June 24, 2009 at 10:34 PM, lollard (99.70) wrote:

 dear VARCHILD,

  Your post actually inspired me to write to my elected representatives urging them to support a cap-and-trade system to regulate carbon emissions. I await Tremendous Terror and Panic, not to mention America's Economic DEATH KNELL.

  On the up side, North Korean NUKING will eliminate the Guantanamo Terrorists (a significant minority of whom are probably innocent), who will then not be a Financial Burdon on our Socialist Health Care System.

 See? It all works out.

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#6) On June 24, 2009 at 10:48 PM, threepaweddog (28.56) wrote:

 

"Tremendous Terror and Mass Panic will ensue just out of the pure belief this CAP and TRADE is a done deal and will become law." 

Considering a majority of Americans don't have a clue what cap and trade is, I find it difficult to beleive that "tremendous terror and mass panic will ensue".  By the way, if you want to find the biggest cheerleaders of cap and trade, look no further than the I-Banks, hardly bastions of liberalism, that will profit from the derivative trading.

" ...your response is what I hear from a liberal when I make a statement to see if I am right or wrong to a liberal.... When they respond by not addressing my statement directly..."

Perhaps people attack you personally because your rants are, at best, hyperbole, such as the one that follows:

 "America's Health Care is headed for absolute Disaster as every one that goes to the Hospital will have to ask OBAMA for permission to be treated or tested for a disease..."

Really? First of all, the literal reading of that is absurd.  And no part of the health proposal is going to take the power to diagnose and treat patients away from doctors.  

Finally, despite a great performance by our military, as per #4, I'm not sure what part of the Iraq operation was a success in the political, economic, or human sense?  

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#7) On June 24, 2009 at 10:48 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

Really? I'll write a letter asking my Congressman to make sure to give slbutton a 100% TAX on his income!

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#8) On June 24, 2009 at 10:50 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

"And no part of the health proposal is going to take the power to diagnose and treat patients away from doctors.  "

Then why is Obama planning to set up a Committee of Doctors and Experts to reside over how the Health Plan will work? And to basically take away health care decisions from your doctor?

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#9) On June 24, 2009 at 10:50 PM, OneLegged (< 20) wrote:

You are placing credence in the word of a grossly overpaid  radio entertainer?  The man is an embarassment to the eintire country.  -1 Rec.

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#10) On June 24, 2009 at 10:51 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

Obama would not be setting up a "Bueracratic Committee" just for the *&^% of it. 

He is doing everything in accordance with how it is done in the UK.  In the UK if you are 80 years old, you don't get any treatment cause the Doctors view it as a waste of money.

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#11) On June 24, 2009 at 10:51 PM, checklist34 (99.71) wrote:

varchild, were you not bullish a few months ago?  you seem to have taken an alstryistic turn lately?  do you care to elaborate on why, i'm interested.

good luck whatever the case

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#12) On June 24, 2009 at 10:53 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

If a Grossly overpaid Radio Entertainer was an embarassment to the entire country, then America's Unemployment rate would be a lot lower than it is...

The Radio Host you attack predicted and expected your President to FAIL when he claimed his Stimulus Package would prevent an 8.8% or greater unemployment level.

Who was right?  President "GOD"   Or the Radio Host you don't like?

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#13) On June 24, 2009 at 10:54 PM, foolishdoog (< 20) wrote:

Seano67, most iraqis would disagree with you

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#14) On June 24, 2009 at 10:56 PM, Varchild2008 (85.35) wrote:

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varchild, were you not bullish a few months ago?  you seem to have taken an alstryistic turn lately?  do you care to elaborate on why, i'm interested.

good luck whatever the case "

My 2 months ago Bullishness was entirely based on 2 things:

1)  That I strongly believe regardless of how horrible our President's economic policies are....The Private Sector can find away to recover.

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2)  I didn't think CAP and TRADE had a chance to pass and happen....

Now I see that not only does it have a chance to pass... We could be as little as 48 hours away.  That combined with a MANDATED  Government Health Care program designed exactly like the UK and CANADA....   Where the President gets to decide what your treatment will be when you are in the Hospital....

I mean... If these things happen then it doesn't matter how bullish I was back then.   I do remember repeatedly saying that I have ZERO FAITH that Economy Recovers under a CAP and TRADE System.

CAP and TRADE is Economic Terrorism.

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#15) On June 24, 2009 at 10:56 PM, greenwave3 (53.08) wrote:

i am renaming varchild to... CHILD

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#16) On June 24, 2009 at 10:59 PM, greenwave3 (53.08) wrote:

Ridiculous imperialistic assumptions and conclusions. Bush lover.

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#17) On June 24, 2009 at 10:59 PM, booyahh (< 20) wrote:

"The Radio Host you attack predicted and expected your President to FAIL when he claimed his Stimulus Package would prevent an 8.8% or greater unemployment level."

The stimulus package was meant to prevent a massive deflation caused by the most massive credit contraction in 70years, and that could have(and still can) lead to to a Great Depression, in which unemployment would have been 15-25%. 

 

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#18) On June 24, 2009 at 11:01 PM, AnAmateur (< 20) wrote:

I'm extremely conservative but I'm sick of this faux-conservatism we have in today's world.

 

Supporting Israel's warcrimes is not conservatism.

In fact, I support the Iranian President. Iran has a right to peaceful nuclear technology, Iran is not a warcrime state. We pay Israel billions (mainly due to the Jewish lobby) even though they have nuclear weapons and illegally occupy, annex land and treat the occupied like animals

And quite frankly, I don't blame North Korea for developing nuclear technology with the warmongering the United States does over there.

 

Rush isn't a conservative.He's a big spending faux-conservative who thinks we should fight and die for Israel. That's not conservatism, Ron Paul is a conservative.

 

And I don't want a world-wide military. We shouldn't be on the border of Korea when we don't even protect our own border from the hordes of Mexicans who come to leech off our welfare system when we have enough home-grown scum.

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#19) On June 24, 2009 at 11:09 PM, Deepfryer (27.64) wrote:

I would trust the gov't to run my health care any day of the week over an HMO. With politicans, at least there is some sense of responsibility and accountability for their actions. If anything, I think Obama would make our health care system less bureaucratic than it is right now.

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#20) On June 24, 2009 at 11:14 PM, OneLegged (< 20) wrote:

Rush Limbaugh is only an entertainer.  His political ambitions have been showing as of late, but he's merely a radio entertainer.  If I was pulling down however many  10s of milions he gets per year you could call me "radio entertainer" or anything else that you would prefer.  It's a pretty simple formula:  Go on the air for however many minutes per day.  Spout the same old tired cliches about "liberals" (whatever one of those is).  Rant about "Common Sense" (whatever that used to be) and VOILA!!!  You are fabulously wealthy radio entertainer.  Yup.  He's a radio entertainer.  NOTHING MORE! 

 Real Conservitism IS NOT a brand that can be packaged and sold.  Rush  is an embarassment.

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#21) On June 24, 2009 at 11:17 PM, ozzfan1317 (81.07) wrote:

I appreciate the attempt at creating discussion but your blog is misguided at best.

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#22) On June 24, 2009 at 11:31 PM, rofgile (99.31) wrote:

I can't believe people still listen to Limbaugh.  I thought he lost all credibility after railing against drug users for decades - then it being revealed that he was himself abusing prescription painkillers.  At least he didn't go to jail for that like, like the many poor people he loves to see locked away.

I second Seano-

 Tens to hundreds of thousands of people died in Iraq because of Bush's war.  That's terribly sad.

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#23) On June 24, 2009 at 11:52 PM, vmh104 (< 20) wrote:

This post is a waste of electrons...

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#24) On June 25, 2009 at 12:08 AM, blake303 (29.25) wrote:

Competition is fierce here on CAPS, but Varchild has unequivocally earned his place atop my first people to ignore list. Anxiously awaiting the unveiling of that feature. Godspeed TMF. Godspeed.

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#25) On June 25, 2009 at 12:37 AM, jstegma (29.22) wrote:

Rush is little more than a fat idiot that Democrats use like a bloated piniata to score points against Republican ideas.   He doesn't help our cause.  Someone needs to take an elephant gun to his....ok, enough about that.

Cap and trade is an interesting idea, but it is something we don't need to jump into very quickly.  The idea of going in with both feet is a bad idea.  If you want to try it out, start out with the limit nice and high set a ceiling on the price of credits by having the government sell an infinite supply for a set price.  Then as we see how it works, gradually lower the limits and raise the ceiling on the trade price.  That would at least avoid the sudden shock of huge increases in energy prices that is possible under the proposed new law.

The scary part is that Congress jumped in with both feet having no idea how much it will raise energy costs or how much it will cut carbon emissions if any.  But I don't think this administration is known for thinking things through before acting.

 

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#26) On June 25, 2009 at 12:51 PM, davejh23 (< 20) wrote:

"I would trust the gov't to run my health care any day of the week over an HMO. With politicans, at least there is some sense of responsibility and accountability for their actions. If anything, I think Obama would make our health care system less bureaucratic than it is right now."

I don't agree with the extreme statements in the original post, but I disagree 100% with the statement that "with politicians, at least there is some sense of responsibility and accountability."  Government, in general, is incredibly inefficient, and there is no accountability for anything.  Obama crafts everything he says so that he can claim success, or blame his failures on others.  He could be the worst President ever, and actively seek to destroy our economy, and he would still get re-elected by the uneducated, and uninformed millions that voted him into office in the first place.  Most Americans are too uninformed to vote their elected officials out of office for poor performance...if they had a clue, there would be millions seeking for their congressmen to be put in prison.  If a corporate executive commits fraud, at least they might be put in prison.  If a congressman commits fraud, or treason, they just continue on...

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#27) On June 25, 2009 at 8:52 PM, ElCid16 (94.10) wrote:

"The direct and indirect costs of being overweight or obese is $117 billion per year, according the a 2000 report by the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General."

Rush Limbaugh is a threat to economic growth..

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#28) On June 26, 2009 at 5:48 AM, simplex123 (< 20) wrote:

I don't think people realise the significance that this bill HR 2454 will have on all citizens and industries in the USA. It will become most apparent when the larger industries leave the country and the American people start paying the full brunt of the tax burden that will be passed onto them. It will be killer of small to medium cap companies.

And what is the benefit of all of this? Very little in the way of reducing carbon emissions and producing green energy.  I am very concerned about the implications for the USA.

Very concerned....

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#29) On June 29, 2009 at 9:17 PM, AdirondackFund (< 20) wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqsT4xnKZPg

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