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Friday, December 28, 2012

Indiana House Explosion Update: 3 jailed without bond in Indianapolis blast that killed 2

Three middle-aged suburban whites from Indiana, Monserrate Shirley (47), her boyfriend Mark Leonard (43), and his brother, Bob Leonard (54), blew up Shirley's home on November 10 in a gas explosion to collect the insurance money so they can pay off their financial debts.  Stupid is as stupid does, the explosion killed her next door neighbors, John Dion Longworth, a 34-year-old electronics expert, and his 36-year-old wife, second-grade teacher Jennifer Longworth.


Shirley was facing mounting financial owes, including $63,000 in credit card debt and bankruptcy proceedings, court documents say. And a friend of Mark Leonard's told investigators that Leonard said he had lost about $10,000 at a casino some three weeks before the explosion. The home's original loan was for $116,000 and a second mortgage was taken out on the home for $65,000, the affidavit says.

The three stooges were quickly arrested and jailed without bond.  They are facing many serious charges of murder, arson, and fraud that will place them in prison for the rest of their lives.  The death penalty is being considered for them.

Your typical profile of a Republican.  With idiots and criminals like them or Adam Lanza, does it really come as a surprise the white race and the GOP are so troubled and endangered?

Indiana House Explosion Update: 3 jailed without bond in Indianapolis blast that killed 2

Monday, December 24, 2012

Fiscal Cliff 2012, Part 3


Continuing from the Fiscal Cliff series, it is looking more certain that Congress and the President will not reach an agreement by December 31.  Last Friday Dec 21, John Boehner tried to pass a bill in the House that would let the Bush tax rates expire at the one million dollar income, much higher than the $250,000 income Obama sought.  It didn't even pass among the House Republicans, and had no chance of passing though the Democrats or Obama.  This left Boehner greatly frustrated, weakened, and humiliated, and indicated the House GOP will do nothing more to pass a bill; it's up to the Senate Democrats and the President to pass a bill.

So far President Obama has been acting like a true and mature leader.  There is no way the deficit can be reduced without taxing the rich, and Obama held his ground.  Obama called Boehner's bluff and the truth came out, the Republicans never had anything to offer; they were just bluffing behind an empty hand.

With less that one week remaining before the December 31 deadline (Congress and the President won't resume until after Christmas), it looks most unlikely a resolution will be made.  That's fine, because all we are doing is reverting to the Clinton era tax rates that produced the strongest economic growth and turned a record deficit into a record surplus.  We'll need all Americans to pay down the debt for the next few years, then the Democrats can seek middle class tax cuts.

Boehner and the GOP did a very bad job with their bluff.  They should have taken President Obama's offer to work together and work toward some compromise, although the fundamental requirement that the rich will pay higher tax rates remain.  There will never be another chance to reduce taxes for the rich, as public opinion strongly supports the Democrats' call to raise taxes on the rich.  Instead, Boehner tried to foolishly bluff and ended up with nothing for the rich, and his failure will certainly hurt the GOP for many years to come.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Adam Lanza murders 26 in Connecticut elementary school, then himself

It happened again.  Another Steve Sailer clone savagely murders innocent people, then himself.  On December 14, 2012, 20 year old Adam Lanza shoots down the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut with guns, then kills himself in a terroristic murder-suicide plot.  20 children in the first grade, 6 adult teachers, and Adam Lanza himself died, along with a number of serious injuries.

How closely did Adam Lanza resemble Steve Sailer and his depressed, isolated, loser white male followers?  All to close.  Here are the characteristics of Adam Lanza.

1) Tall, skinny, dorky white male
2) Very isolated from mainstream society
3) Very anti-social.  Only able to adapt with similar like-minded isolated anti-social white males, but Adam's school did not have enough of his own kind.
4) Intelligent but socially distanced
5) Never made any friends.  No one knew him or cared about him.
6) Did even worse with females.  No chance ever to score with a female.
7) Mood swings, depression, and abrupt behavior patterns
8) Compulsorily obsessed with the internet and violent video games
9) Had severe family problems.  Adam Lanza's parents were divorced and Adam never adjusted.  Steve Sailer is adopted, his natural parents abandoned him and never cared about him.
10) Never did and fully knows he never will accomplish anything successful in life

I wonder where Sailer's racial pseudo-scientists are to corelate race and crime.  No wonder the white race is declining, and the white conservatives are declining even faster.  If you don't pay attention to such obvious warning signs, you too can be next.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Fiscal Cliff 2012, Part 2

It's been over two weeks since I wrote "Fiscal Cliff 2012".  With December 31 approaching, it looks like very little progress has been made toward an agreement and there won't be an agreement.  What to make of all this?


First of all, the term fiscal cliff is deceiving.  The fact is that we already fell off the fiscal cliff about 10 years ago when Bush's tax cuts which overwhelmingly favored the rich took full effect, the surplus turned into a record debt, and the economy and country tanked.  By letting the Bush tax cuts expire, we are returning to the Clinton tax rates that produced the strongest economy in history.  That is, we are getting out of the bottom of the abyss and heading back up to the top.

President Obama is doing the right thing by holding his ground on allowing the tax rates for the rich revert to the Clinton era rates.  John Boehner is still holding back because the Republicans don't want the rich to pay their fair share of taxes.

If no agreement is made by December 31, then let it be.  If all Americans contribute some more tax revenue, we'll reduce the deficit at a faster rate.  Then the Democrats can propose tax cuts for the middle class, and if the Republicans block it because the rich are not receiving tax cuts and loopholes, then it will make great ammunition for the Democrats in the elections.  It worked very well in 2012 and it will continue to work well.

It would be financially wise for John Boehner and the GOP to accept Obama's tax proposal and work out some areas of compromise.  While Obama's tax proposal closes most tax loopholes for the rich, there are two areas the rich will benefit from Obama's proposal: dividend tax and inheritance tax.

Currently, the dividend tax rate is 15% and the inheritance tax rate is 35% with the first $5 million tax free.  If Obama's proposal is passed, the top two tax brackets will be taxed 20% on dividends and the inheritance tax rate is 45% with the first $3.5 million tax free.  If no agreement is made, the top two tax brackets will be taxed at their income rates on dividends (36% or 39.6%) and the inheritance tax rate is 55% with only the first $1 million tax free.

However, John Boehner and the GOP have a bigger agenda than to save a few million dollars.  They are making a bluff that they have power and courage to stand up against the President.  But no one is buying their bluff, as polls show the public strongly blame the Republicans for the disagreement and strongly support Obama and the Democrats in the fiscal cliff game.

Update

One more important update to the "Preparing for the 2013 elections" post below.  I added a new section at the end, "Use the power of technology and social networking sites".

Monday, December 10, 2012

Preparing for the 2013 elections

The 2013 elections are just 11 months away, and before you know it, the 2013 elections will already be here.  Since Congress does not run for odd year elections, that gives us state governor seats to examine.  In 2013, the New Jersey and Virginia governor seats are up for election.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is running for a second term in 2013.  With his popular ratings, he and the Republicans are expected to win this seat.  In Virginia, the governor is limited to one term, so there will be new candidates running in 2013.  Let's analyze the battle plan for the Democrats to win the Virginia governor's seat in 2013.


Current Virginia governor Bob McDonnell - R (shown left) dominated Creigh Deeds - D (shown right) in 2009 by a large 59% to 41% margin.  Here is a 2009 analysis of what went wrong for the Democrats.  What's done is done, so we can only look forward.  Here is what the Democratic candidate needs to do to win in 2013.


Reach out to the young voters
The 2009 analysis explains it well.  Young voters strongly vote Democrat, but they are less likely to vote in odd year elections.  Reach out to the young voters, get them to the voting polls, and develop a consistent habit to vote every year.


Reach out to the minorities
The largest minority voter group, African Americans, declined significantly in 2009.  In 2008, Black voters in Virginia made up 20% of voters and voted 95% for Obama and the Democrats.  In 2009, the Black voters in Virginia were less enthusiastic, making up 15% of voters and voted 90% for Deeds.

Creigh Deeds had a problem reaching out to minorities.  Being a rural white male, he made no effort to reach out to any Blacks, Hispanics, or Asians.  It hurt him bad as the minority voters had little motivation to come to the polls to vote for him.


Reach out to the women
Creigh Deeds was ahead of Bob McDonnell in the polls early in the campaign, when the Deeds team aired commercials portraying McDonnell as a misogynist.  However, that lead soon disappeared when he make many disastrous mistakes throughout the campaign.  Nevertheless, women will always outnumber men in every election, so secure and win the women vote.


Present the positives of yourself more than the negatives of your opponent
This is another area where Creigh Deeds botched.  He started the campaign attacking McDonnell as a misogynist, but did not present his own positive sides or why voters should vote for him.  McDonnell started off well by portraying his positives effectively so Virginia knew him well and were more friendly to him.


Candidate must be an excellent speaker and debater
Sorry, but Deeds was a bad speaker.  He had a borderline stuttering problem and a funny accent, like an uneducated hick who never graduated high school.  He performed horribly in public debates, about as bad as Sarah Palin.  Make sure your candidate is an excellent public speaker who looks great in TV commercials, and an excellent debater.


Use the power of technology and social networking sites
Coming from a poorer, isolated, unknown rural area of Virginia, Creigh Deeds was already at a disadvantage from McDonnell who was from the affluent and heavily populated northern Virginia area.  Deeds' disadvantage worsened as his campaign team did not effectively utilize technology like YouTube and internet videos and websites, and was far behind using social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter to reach out to Virginians.

Monday, December 03, 2012

Multi-Million GOP Losers: Sheldon Adelson and Timothy Durham

It was initially reported that casino magante Sheldon Adelson donated around $50 million to the GOP in the 2012 elections, most of which ended up in a major loss.  But the news always seems to get worse for the right-wingers when you investigate further into their troubles and losses.

Huffington Post reports Sheldon Adelson spent three times that amount, closer to $150 million, in the 2012 elections and saw most of his investments lost.



In Indiana, former CEO and financier of humor magazine National Lampoon was convicted of swindling investors out of about $200 million and sentenced Friday to 50 years in prison.  Timothy Durham, age 50, ran a Ponzi scheme that defrauded over 5000 investors, mostly elderly, over $200 million.  Two of Durham's associates, James Cochran and Rick Snow, were to be sentenced later.

Tim Durham was a major contributor to the Republican party and perhaps was the largest GOP donor in Indiana, contributing untold millions over many years with his stolen funds.  Now with all his stolen assets seized and Tim and his associates spending the rest of their lives in prison, the Republicans will surely have much more to lose in their downfall.