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Thursday, January 29, 2009

Financial crisis victims are paying the ultimate price of debt

After eight years of Bush and the Republicans' corrupt and irresponsible fiscal policies, Americans are realizing the ultimate price they must pay when they go into unrecoverable debt and financial ruin. It is your life and others' lives.

While Bush is out of office, this is a free country and you have the right to follow other right-wingers like Steve Sailer. But when everything does downhill beyond recovery like Bush, Sailer, and the Republicans, be comforted that we have the most useful guide to help you pay the ultimate price.

The Financial Crisis Is Driving Hordes of Americans to Suicide
Pushed past their breaking points, people are robbing banks to pay the rent, setting homes on fire -- even taking their own lives.

Even the wealthy are big losers in the financial crisis, as millionaires and billionaires have already committed suicide.
In the three months since, the pain has been migrating upwards. A growing number of the world's rich have garnered headlines for high profile, financially-motivated suicides. Take the New Zealand-born "millionaire financier" who leapt in front of an express train in Great Britain or the "German tycoon" who did much the same in his homeland. These have, with increasing regularity, hit front pages around the world. An example would be New York-based money manager René-Thierry Magnon de la Villehuchet, who slashed his wrists after he "lost more than $1 billion of client money, including much, if not all, of his own family's fortune." In the end, he was yet another victim of financial swindler Bernard Madoff's $50 billion Ponzi scheme.

An unknown but rising number of less wealthy but distinctly well-off workers in the financial field have also killed themselves as a result of the economic crisis -- with less press coverage. Take, for instance, a 51-year-old former analyst at Bear Stearns. Learning that he would be laid off after JPMorgan Chase took over his failed employer, he "threw himself out of the window" of his 29th-floor apartment in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Or consider the 52-year-old commercial real estate broker from suburban Chicago who "took his life in a wildlife preserve" just "a month after he publicly worried over a challenging market," or the 50-year-old "managing partner at Leeward Investments" from San Carlos, California, who got wiped out "in the markets" and "suffocated himself to death."

Just like Steve Sailer himself, you are always in a dead-end situation when you follow the republicans. One reason the rich have been hit especially hard by the financial and stock market crisis it that capital losses from stocks are limited to $3000 per year. Capital losses greater than $3000 must be carried into future years, at most $3000 per year.

Suppose you are a modest millionaire who was forced to sell your losing or bankrupt stocks amounting to a $500,000 loss. Even then, you can't fully deduct that loss on your taxes. At a maximum limit of $3000 annual capital losses, it would take 166.67 years to fully deduct your losses from the disastruos loss.

Bad news, worse news, worsening news. That's the only news you ever face when you follow Steve Sailer and the Republcians.

No wonder suicide is the kinder alternative.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Big challenges for Obama - Fixing Bush's and Republicans' disastrous economic policies

Barack Obama has been in power as President for 7 days so far and brother does he ever have a monumental task ahead of him, to correct the failed and disastrous economic policies created by Bush and the Republicans.

Troubling signs for labor market - Nearly 60,000 layoffs rattle ailing U.S. economy, with warnings of more to come
Another huge wave of layoffs hit workers yesterday, with major U.S. employers planning to cut almost 60,000 jobs across various industries in the latest sign of distress in the labor market.

Faced with falling profits, equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. said it's cutting 20,000 jobs, and Sprint Nextel Corp. plans to eliminate 8,000 jobs, mostly by the end of March. Home Depot Inc. said it will cut 7,000 jobs nationwide and close two of its design stores in Maryland. Other major employers announcing cuts yesterday included Texas Instruments and Pfizer.

The cuts affect workers and operations nationwide and add to a host of previously announced job losses at companies like Circuit City, General Motors and Hertz rental cars.

In Maryland, several private employers notified the state earlier this month of pending layoffs and closures that affect more than 600 workers, starting in March.

No, this recession is not caused by Obama who has only been in power for 7 days. Thanks to Bush and the Republicans 8 years of policies leading to reckless spending, accumulating debt, and failure to regulate fraudulent scams (can anyone say Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme?), Obama gets to inherit the recession and failed fiscal policies of the Republicans.

But Obama is an intelligent and responsible leader and I am confident he can handle this monumental task.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Barack Obama is the President

Congratulations for Obama and even more for the United States of America. The right-wing racists have suffered staggering losses and will continue to suffer greater losses as their numbers and power decline.

Meanwhile, Obama and the Democrats are working on resurrecting the country's economy, families, and greatness for the many years ahead.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

"To Catch a Predator" Rap Video

It must be one of Steve Sailer's worst nightmare - being caught on Dateline NBC's To Catch a Predator. We all know the many problems of Steve Sailer and his eccentric mostly white male followers. Asexual adult men who never were able to form a decent and loving relationship with women. Always bitter and rejected, and even stuck in a bad marriage, their sexual and relational problems with women only get worse.

They do the craziest things to relieve their sexual frustrations. Having sex with close relatives, animals, other men, and even corpses. But still the most frequent sexual outlet for the Sailer type white male is innocent children. So frequent that Dateline NBC made a stunning success out of catching these Sailer type pedophiles.

Here's a tribute rap video to Dateline NBC's "To Catch a Predator", and why Steve Sailer's audience have been running scared.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Facebook can ruin your life. And so can MySpace, Bebo..., and imitating Steve Sailer's racist rants

Are you sure following Steve Sailer's dead-end path is a good idea? Even when he goes broke and can't make a living as an internet blogger, he still has to find a job. However, your digital footprints will haunt you for the rest of your life and determine which jobs and what living you can have. And all too often, when you have a mountain of worthless and hateful digital footprints like Steve Sailer, your opportunities are severely reduced, and only becomes further reduced as technology improves.

Facebook can ruin your life. And so can MySpace, Bebo...
People will post just about anything on social networking sites. And the information can be used against them. David Randall and Victoria Richards report
In the judicial backwater of a New Jersey federal court, a case is being heard that nominally affects two families but should also make millions of Britons think twice about something they do every day: put highly personal information on Facebook, MySpace or Bebo.

An American insurance company, in defending its refusal to pay out a claim, is seeking to call in evidence personal online postings, including the contents of any MySpace or Facebook pages the litigants may have, to see if their eating disorders might have "emotional causes". And the case is far from a lone one. Suddenly, those saucy pictures and intimate confessions on social networking sites can be taken down and used in evidence against you in ways never dreamed of.

In the US, a sex assault victim seeking compensation faces the prospect of her MySpace and Facebook pages being produced in court. In Texas, a driver whose car was involved in a fatal accident found his MySpace postings ("I'm not an alcoholic, I'm a drunkaholic") part of the prosecution's case. From Los Angeles to Lowestoft, thousands of social network site users have lost their jobs – or failed to clinch new ones – because of their pages' contents. Police, colleges and schools are monitoring MySpace and Facebook pages for what they deem to be "inappropriate" content. Online security holes and users' naivety are combining to cause privacy breaches and identity thefts. And what all this, and more, adds up to is this: online social networking can seriously damage your life.

Just ask the 27 workers at the Automobile Club of Southern California fired for messages about colleagues on their MySpace sites; the Florida sheriff's deputy whose MySpace page revealed his heavy drinking and fascination with female breasts – and swiftly found himself handing in his badge; the Argos worker in Wokingham fired for saying on Facebook that working at the firm was "shit"; the Las Vegas teacher at a Catholic school fired after he declared himself gay on his MySpace page; the staff of an Ottawa grocery chain fired for their "negative comments" on Facebook; the 19 Northampton police officers investigated for Facebook comments; and Kevin Colvin, an intern at Anglo Irish Bank, who told his employers he had a family emergency, but whose Facebook page revealed he had, in reality, been cavorting in drag at a Hallowe'en party.

What these and other cases show is that employers and authorities are now monitoring what people imagined were private websites – and using the contents against them. Last September, David Rice, Britain's second-ranked tennis junior, and Naomi Brady, national U-18 champion, had their funding pulled and coaching suspended after the Lawn Tennis Association found pictures of them drinking beer, partying and, in Ms Brady's case, posing at a nightclub with her legs wrapped around a vending machine. And last summer, Oxford University proctors disciplined students after pictures of them dousing each other in shaving foam, flour and silly string in post-exam revelry were found on their Facebook pages.

At Cambridge, at least one don has admitted "discreetly" scanning applicants' pages – a practice now widespread in job recruitment. A survey released by Viadeo said that 62 per cent of British employers now check the Facebook, MySpace or Bebo pages of some applicants, and that a quarter had rejected candidates as a result. Reasons given by employers included concerns about "excess alcohol abuse", ethics and job "disrespect".

Viadeo's UK country manager, Peter Cunningham, said the results should act as a wake-up call to anyone who has ever posted personal information online. "Millions of people are leaving personal information online, much of which is cached and remains available via search engines even after the author has removed the web page," he said. "When people who are not the original intended audience – such as potential employers – find this information, it can have a major impact on their decision making process."

In America, the monitoring of social networking sites for content that may interest employers and officialdom is now so routine that software is being put on the market that will automate the process. Sure enough, software to try to defeat the snoops is also emerging – offering the prospect of a privacy "arms race" in the years ahead. ReputationDefender, for instance, offers the embarrassing personal information equivalent of credit reports, claiming it can help expunge from the online record material you regret revealing. Michael Fertik, the firm's CEO, said demand for their service is now "ridiculous", with hundreds of UK clients already.


Cost of the Bush era: $11.5 trillion

The article speaks for itself and the rest of us.

Cost of the Bush era: $11.5 trillion
The outgoing administration has presided over 8 years of disasters and crises with some of the biggest price tags the nation has ever seen.

By John Dyer, MSN Money

George W. Bush's presidency cost the country about $11.5 trillion, if we estimate liberally.

Of course, it's debatable how much blame the president should bear.

Over the past eight years, we've suffered calamities that were bound to damage the nation deeply: two recessions, the most lethal terrorist attacks ever on U.S. soil, the invasion of Iraq on dubious grounds, the near destruction of one of our most storied cities, and finally, the Wall Street meltdown.

Because the median U.S. household income is about $50,000, readers may have trouble grasping the concept of spending trillions.

For context, let's compare two cases of extraordinary spending under Bush.

After the Sept. 11 attacks, Washington pledged $22 billion to help rebuild in lower Manhattan. At the time, that sum sounded enormous. It was more than one-fourth of the $80 billion budget that New York state had adopted a month before. Though some called for even more aid, the country at large was satisfied that this response was adequate to cope with calamity on a colossal scale.

Oh, how far we've come.

In early October of 2008, Congress appropriated $700 billion to rescue Wall Street's financial institutions. Once that was done, the sky was the limit, and the numbers became dizzying.

And the spending won't stop after Bush leaves office Jan. 20.

In hopes of "breaking the momentum" of the current recession, President-elect Barack Obama is reportedly drafting a stimulus package that would cost the government as much $850 billion. If past is precedent, it's unlikely Obama will stop there.

The new administration is already expected to inherit a $1.2 trillion deficit from Bush. The stimulus package would add to that record-breaking number.

Picture an avalanche of cash disappearing into the Potomac.

Where has all the money gone? Here are five areas where Bush has approved massive outlays of taxpayer money.


Sunday, January 11, 2009

Incest and Child Porn

Sadly these stories just never end when there are so many demented and dysfunctional Sailer-type families around. Next time when Steve Sailer and the conservatives talk about how white conservatives family values are the solution to America's family crisis problem, you have to secretly wonder what goes on inside their home. All to often, they are the problem, not the solution.

Woman, father charged with incest

A Palm Coast woman and her father are accused of having sex with each other in August -- the latest allegation to surface in a child-pornography and prostitution investigation, the Flagler County Sheriff's Office said today.

Kristilyn Smith, 25, was arrested at the home she shared with her father, Alton Smith, 46, and charged with incest, the sheriff's office said in a statement.

The elder Smith was charged with incest after he was transfered today from the Volusia County Branch Jail to the Flagler County Inmate Facility. He was arrested Monday in Volusia County after officials said he scaled down six balconies of a New Smyrna Beach condominium while trying to escape from authorities, officials said.

He was wanted on 37 counts of child pornography. His bail on those charges has been set at $925,000. Bond for the incest is an additional $25,000, the sheriff's office said.

On Dec. 30, officials had arrested his 43-year-old wife, Tina Marie Smith. She was being held at the Volusia County Jail on the same charges and bond as her husband.

Kristilyn Smith's bond for the incest charge announced today is set at $25,000.

She had been arrested on prostitution charges Dec. 12. She later posted a $500 bond and was released. She was re-arrested on Dec. 31 on a Flagler County warrant for child neglect, but posted the $100,000 bond and was released. Her 7-year-old autistic son was never enrolled in school, records show.

RCSD employee arrested for possession of child porn

Gates Police have arrested a 37-year-old employee of the Rochester City School District for possessing a sexual performance by a child, a felony.

David Schreier of Gates was originally arrested for unlawful surveillance on December 24 after Gates Police investigated a complaint from an adult female whom Schreier had videotaped without her knowledge.

Gates Police subsequently executed search warrants and found evidence of child pornography on Schreier’s home computer.

The Rochester City School District was notified as Schreier is employed as a technician in the RCSD MIS Department. He provided phone and technical support for employees from the help desk. If RCSD employees had computer problems they would call the help desk for answers. Schreier worked strictly at Central Office. He did not go into schools or have direct contact with children.

Schreier's work computer and hard drive was searched by police and nothing inappropriate was found.

Schreier was arraigned by Judge John Pisaturo who set bail at $7,500 cash/$10,000 bond. He is due back in court on January 14.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Al Franken is GOP's public enemy #1

When someone draws the ire and disgust of the right-wingers like Rush Limbaugh, you know he is doing something right. Comedian and media personality Al Franken who has made a living exposing the lies and hypocrisy of the far right, and humiliating conservatives all around, has made a monumental gain by winning a U.S. Senate seat from Minnesota.

Here are some excerpts of what the far right is saying about Al Franken's victory and another endless string of losses for the GOP. From Franken emerges as GOP Public Enemy No. 1.

"I don’t know if we’ve ever had an opponent who is so disliked by Republicans as Al Franken. It’s one thing to lose to an honorable opponent, but Al Franken is not considered an honorable opponent by Minnesota Republicans."
-Minnesota Republican Party Chair Ron Carey

"It’s going to be hard for Franken to be very effective with any Republicans, in terms of having any credibility with us, just because he’s been so nasty in the past."
-Marty Seifert, Republican leader in the Minnesota House of Representatives

"I think it’s impossible to overstate the hostility Minnesota Republicans feel toward Al Franken"
-Carleton College political scientist Steven Schier

"Franken won’t quit [the Senate race] because he doesn’t know how to get a real job... He’s a pathetic figure"
-Rush Limbaugh

Monday, January 05, 2009

Al Franken wins Minnesota Senate race

Democrat Al Franken, the former Saturday Night Live comedian which Rush Limbaugh and the right-wingers hate, has been certified as the winner of the Minnesota U.S. Senate race in a very close recount. Out of 2.9 million votes cast, Al Franken wins by just 225 votes over Republican incumbent Norm Coleman.

Although sore loser republicans like Coleman will file a lawsuit and delay Al Franken's seat in the Senate by a few months at most, Al Franken has won the U.S. Senate seat from Minnesota, a very powerful and influential position.

Franken on top in recount, but lawsuit looms

Some great books by Al Franken, who will become a U.S. Senate lawmaker and decider, as well as a media personality.
  • I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!: Daily Affirmations with Stuart Smalley (Dell Books, 1992) ISBN 0-440-50470-8
  • Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations (Delacorte Press, 1996) ISBN 0-385-31474-4
  • Why Not Me? (Delacorte Press, 1999) a parody-journal of the fictional “Franken campaign” for President ISBN 0-385-31809-X
  • Oh, the Things I Know! A Guide to Success, or Failing That, Happiness (Plume Books, 2003) ISBN 0-452-28450-3
  • Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair and Balanced Look at the Right (Dutton Books, 2003) ISBN 0-525-94764-7
  • The Truth (with jokes) (Dutton Books, 2005) ISBN 0-525-94906-2