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PAT: In the meanwhile here's another, here's another kind of fun comment from
somebody who is absolutely, absolutely fighting against America tooth and nail,
every step of the way, and this shows again that I think they're pretty well
resigned. Yes, they're in panic mode and they are trying to do everything they
can to stop it, about you this is kind of interesting because George Soros,
George Soros, a spooky leader of the extreme left,
he says, "I made an..." he's
talking about what he's going to do this election cycle and he's not very
optimistic apparently about the Democrat prospects. Said, I made this is
priceless: I made an exception... "I made an exception getting involved in
2004," he said, "And since I didn't succeed in 2004, I remained engaged in 2006
and 2008, but I'm basically not a party man." No, no. No, he's not a party well,
maybe a Communist Party man. If you were going to put him in any party, I mean,
wouldn't it be that? I don't think he's a Democrat. He may not be a card
carrying member of the Communist Party but I think he's definitely got those
leanings. "I've just been forced into that situation by what I consider the
excesses of the Bush administration." But he is, of course, as the article says,
a champion of liberal causes, has been directing his money to groups that work
on healthcare and the environment rather than electoral politics. Uh huh. Wink,
wink. Asked if the prospect of Republican control of one or both houses
concerned him, he said, "It does because I think they are pushing the wrong
policies, but I'm not in a position to stop it. I don't believe in standing in
the way of an avalanche." Why not? You just get swept away by it. I mean, that's
kind of fun really. You get a nice little ride there in the snow. And it's cool
and refreshing. You ought to try it, George. You ought to try it sometime.
So it's interesting because he's saying that you can't stop this Republican
avalanche. I think that's true. I mean, unless something catastrophic happens
between now and November 2nd, which I don't expect it to but, you know, anything
can happen. But he's also, he's also trying to tell us that he's not involved in
the electoral process? Please. That's just absurd. Anybody who follows this kind
of thing at all knows how involved George Soros is, in every aspect of the
liberal agenda of the progressive agenda. If there was a party he belonged to,
it would be probably be a Progressive Party of some sort. The guy has talked
about one world government. He has spoken about it with his own mouth,
mainstream media, spoken about it with his own mouth, "That it is inevitable,
that it is the good thing to do. Why fight it. It is coming." Okay. So, you
know, it's no conspiracy. He's out with it. So many of these Democrats we played
you John Conyers last hour who has spoken about the one world agenda.
Meanwhile Nancy Pelosi, just to amaze and delight all who listen to her, all who
pay attention to her, she's talking about the wonders of the food stamp program,
and here's what she said about that.
PELOSI: It's the biggest bang for the buck.
PAT: Biggest bang for the buck.
PELOSI: When you do food stamps and unemployment insurance.
PAT: Yeah, because earlier she told us that unemployment insurance was, how did
she put that? Unemployment insurance was the biggest stimulus for the economy
and for jobs? I think the biggest jobs, the biggest jobs growth program we have
is unemployment insurance and now the biggest bang for the buck are food stamps.
Wow. Wow. So government programs and getting people dependent on the government,
that is the best thing you can possibly do for America and for the country.
These are the people who are running this nation. It is absolutely I mean, I
never thought we'd get to this point. Never thought we'd reach this.
Another Democrat, Jan Schakowsky was asked about, you know, as they do from time
to time, one intrepid reporter asked her about where she found the right to pass
healthcare in the Constitution, asked her that question.
REPORTER: Where in the Constitution does it give congress the authority to
mandate that I purchase health insurance?
SCHAKOWSKY: You know, if you well
VOICE: Yeah, it's time to go.
REPORTER: Could you tell me where in the Constitution it gives you that
authority to mandate that I purchase health insurance?
SCHAKOWSKY: I don't I don't see where it is in the Constitution that it says
that we can build a national highway system. I don't see in the
REPORTER: Well, actually the Constitution says post offices and post roads,
SCHAKOWSKY: I don't see where it says that we can do civil rights legislation. I
don't see where it says
REPORTER: I asked you about the healthcare bill, ma'am.
SCHAKOWSKY: Medicare and Social Security.
REPORTER: I asked you about the healthcare bill.
SCHAKOWSKY: If we can do Medicare, if we can do Medicaid, I would say that it's
pretty well established that the United States of America can address
REPORTER: So where in the Constitution does it give you the authority, ma'am?
PAT: So again these people are I mean, they're brain dead. You don't see where
in the Constitution it says that you can build roads in America? Come on. "I
don't see where in the Constitution it says we can go to the moon, but we did
that. We did where does it say we can build computers?" What a lame what a
ridiculous fourth grade argument. And again, these are the leaders.