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New rules.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

ITEMS OF INTEREST IN THE NEWS

U.S. Fears Iraqis Will Not Keep Up Rebuilt Project

 By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

Published: November 20, 2009

BAGHDAD — In its largest reconstruction effort since the Marshall Plan, the United States government has spent $53 billion for relief and reconstruction in Iraq since the 2003 invasion, building tens of thousands of hospitals, water treatment plants, electricity substations, schools and bridges.

But there are growing concerns among American officials that Iraq will not be able to adequately maintain the facilities once the Americans have left, potentially wasting hundreds of millions of dollars and jeopardizing Iraq’s ability to provide basic services to its people.

The projects run the gamut — from a cutting-edge, $270 million water treatment plant in Nasiriya that works at a fraction of its intended capacity because it is too sophisticated for Iraqi workers to operate, to a farmers’ market that farmers cannot decide how to share, to a large American hospital closed immediately after it was handed over to Iraq because the government was unable to supply it with equipment, a medical staff or electricity.

The concern about the sustainability of the projects comes as Iraq is preparing for pivotal national elections in January and as rebuilding has emerged as a political imperative in Iraq, eclipsing security in some parts of the country as the main anxiety of an electorate frustrated with the lack of social, economic and political progress. American forces are scheduled to begin withdrawing in large numbers next year.


Think of that $53 BILLION that the previous administration invested in nation-building in Iraq.  I think of it every time I drive over a rusting bridge or hear ofa school that can't afford new text books or has to drop art and music from it curriculum for lack of funds.  I think of it when I hear that two friends died young just recently because neither had health insurance and one didn't see a doctor when he experienced very troubling symptoms, and the other, at 47 and out of work, did not get a liver transplant because he didn't have insurance. 

New Consensus Sees Stimulus Package as Worthy Step

 WASHINGTON — Now that unemployment has topped 10 percent, some liberal-leaning economists see confirmation of their warnings that the $787 billion stimulus package President Obama signed into law last February was way too small. The economy needs a second big infusion, they say.

No, some conservative-leaning economists counter, we were right: The package has been wasteful, ineffectual and even harmful to the extent that it adds to the nation’s debt and crowds out private-sector borrowing.

These long-running arguments have flared now that the White House and Congressional leaders are talking about a new “jobs bill.” But with roughly a quarter of the stimulus money out the door after nine months, the accumulation of hard data and real-life experience has allowed more dispassionate analysts to reach a consensus that the stimulus package, messy as it is, is working.

Let's see how the malcontents spin that.

And finally, this nugget:

Palin Booed by Book Crowd

Unhappy fans of Sarah Palin went rogue on the Alaska Republican during her book tour stop in Noblesville, Indiana on Thursday.

The local Borders outlet had handed out 1,000 wristbands to book purchasers; the wristbands were supposed to procure fans Palin's signature on their hardback copies of "Going Rogue." But several dozen people who had been promised signatures were turned away empty-handed after waiting hours in poor weather, a local news outlet, the Indy Channel, reported.

"We gave up our entire workday, stayed in the cold, my kids were crying," one man was quoted saying. "They went home with my wife. She was out here in the freezing cold all day. I feel like I don't want to support Sarah."

Be careful, Ms. Palin, the irrational exuberance that your fans have for you can turn into irrational detestation on a whim.  This story shows that your popularity with them isn't quite as unconditional and forbearing as you may like to think.




47 comments:

Arthurstone said...

"We gave up our entire workday, stayed in the cold, my kids were crying," one man was quoted saying. "They went home with my wife. She was out here in the freezing cold all day. I feel like I don't want to support Sarah."

That's the saddest thing I ever read.

Common Sense said...
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Scott said...

How come you always post about Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck and Rush, but you never seem to say one word about Nancy what's her face or Dirty Harry? Dingy Harry Reid says the health of all Americans will be improved now that his bill has passed the Senate subcommittee. I think I need to pass something else. It must be something I've been fed! I think I'll go see my doctor-- pictured here. He is a very smart man--a member of the AMA, Cambridge educated and AARP invested. He says that I should support Obamacare. He says it's for my own good. I'm sure he knows best!

libhom said...

The story on Iraq not keeping up the projects is pure fiction. That $53 billion was never spent on rebuilding the country. It all just went into the pockets of the mercenary corporations.

How do I know this? When Iraq Veterans Against the War testified in the Winter Soldier events and elsewhere, vets stationed throughout the country reported no activity on rebuilding it.

The whole thing is a cover story for the grotesque waste of money.

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

Sarah Palin had no malicious intent, and neither did that particular Borders franchise.

They ran out of time, plain and simple. It's unfortunate that people were left with unsigned books, but these things happen from time to time.

Palin apologized on her Facebook page and vowed to make it right somehow.

If somebody who didn't get their book signed decides that this is reason to no longer support her, so be it.

Clearly they were never big supporters to begin with.

Anonymous said...

Almost as stupid as not supporting someone because they didn't wear a flag pin.

Anonymous said...

Almost as stupid as not supporting someone because they didn't wear a flag pin.

Anonymous said...

Sorry about the duplicate comment.

Soapbox said...

Sarah Palin will be the next REAL President of the United States of America.

Americas First Failed Black Pres-dent will cry like a baby when he’s evicted from OUR White House.

Notoriously Conservative said...

This doesn't sound like BOOING to me!
It was just like the presidential election victory of Barack Obama in November last year had never happened.

But, of course, it did happen and Palin was not in Grand Rapids to get anyone's vote. She was there to get their hard-earned cash in return for her memoir Going Rogue.
In launching one of the most remarkable book tours in American political and publishing history, Palin is becoming a dizzying mix of celebrity and politician. Her folksy blend of right-wing rhetoric, uber-patriotism and winning smile is as heady a brew as ever for those millions – and they do number in the millions – of Americans for whom she is a her.

They queued for 24 hours just to be first in line, bringing tents and camp chairs to a gigantic mall on Grand Rapids' outskirts.

They braved rain and cold for Palin's signature on a book and an estimated 5 seconds each of face-time with their idol.

"She's about truth, integrity and working for the people. People just have to let her be who she is. That's what she is about," said Robin Case, 44, who is now caring for her parents-in-law full-time after losing her job in the car industry.

Case had driven for hours and camped through the night just to be one of the 1,000 lucky people who – like winning a golden ticket to Palin's chocolate factory – got a precious orange wristband that allowed them access to the book signing.

They trooped through the shop in orderly lines, shepherded upstairs by politely smiling Midwestern minders, and disappeared behind a blue curtain where the object of their desire awaited.

(O)CT(O)PUS said...

Notorious, I admire your adoration of SP but I don't share your admiration. SP also comes across as petty and vindictive, often playing the victim card to deflect criticism (notwithstanding her being unqualified for higher office), but I am a mild mannered and tolerant cephalopod not looking for an argument.

dmarks said...

The Notorious comment was not attributed to The Guardian, like it should have been. In the original text, it reads "she is a hero", not "she is a her".

I do sort of agree with the Octo claim "her being unqualified for higher office" as being true now, since she quit her highest elected office. I think she has some resume-building to do.

Anonymous said...

There's a hell of a lot more than 2 people booing in that video. Get your ears checked.

The Malcontent said...

Much ado ’bout nothing here Shaw, nothing for me to (as you call it) spin. The people were not booing Sarah Palin. the people were booing the liberal bookstore Borders, for shutting the doors.
This was blown way out of proportion………………liberals will do anything to further their twisted cause. They can’t even recognize something good when it is staring them in the face…………….one loud mouth (probably too much to drink) and a couple of OBAMA kool aide drinkers and they think they have a story……………..I pity them except for the fact that they vote. And just look at the mess their vote got us into!
Be afraid of Sarah, be very afraid you little minded, community organizers. I’d bet that all the above negative comments came from the same person using different names!.

TAO said...

WOW! Blame the bookstore!

Yes, yes..the liberal bookstore!

They signed her up for the book signing so they could end it early and anger a whole bunch of Sarah Palin supporters!

Brillant strategy!

PAY someone to come and sign books and then send a bunch of book buyers home early without a signature so that all those angry folks will come back and RETURN the books they bought...and probably NEVER buy any more books from you!

Makes brillant sense to me!

So, EVERYTHING is a massive conspiracy on the part of LIBERALS...

It must be great being able to blame everything on LIBERALS!

Our educational system is bad, kids aren't learning...blame the liberal teachers!

Our college graduates cannot get jobs...blame the liberal professors!

Don't get your book signed...blame the liberal bookstore owners!

Its such a good life when you are always a victim of liberals isn't it The Malcontent?

The Malcontent said...

TAO said...

WOW! Blame the bookstore!

Yes, yes..the liberal bookstore!

They signed her up for the book signing so they could end it early and anger a whole bunch of Sarah Palin supporters!

Brillant strategy!


Hey IGNORAMUS, do you think that YOUR strategy is ( Brillant ) correct spelling is Brilliant.

If you do then you really are a IGNORAMUS

Arthurstone said...

'Professor'????

Don't think so. 'Rumors' of Democrat 'paid dissonants'.

A 'biased, pro-Obama' poster at a blog called 'Progressive Eruption'. Imagine that.

Back to your studies. You need work.

And thanks for another breath of well-reasoned fresh air Mal.

"Asswipe...".

Sheer poetry.

dmarks said...

"Why would anybody that came for her autograph at a book signing want to boo her?"

Must be someone so filled with hatred of Sarah Palin, that merely not reading the book isn't enough.

What'd she do: shoot their pet moose or something?

Arthurstone said...

David-

Sorry. I'm just sick about this.

Perhaps I can email you my remarks before posting them so you can straighten out anything not quite right.

And answer me a question. Why do so many conservatives such as yourself find homophobic insults so rewarding?

Doesn't typing the phrase 'limp wristed Pansy' strike you as just a touch juvenile? Most men pass that level around age 13.

I'm just askin.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Holy Quitter! I go away for the weekend and the Sarabots infest my comments.

It's amazing to me how they faithfully patrol my blog, like little whiney school hall monitors, ready to defend and spin anything negative that is reported about Palin.

The new visitor "Scott" came to my blog, titled "PROGRESSIVE Eruptions" and whined about what I post on my own blog. Scott, you have your own blog. Use it as therapy to rid yourself of your demons. I'm not running this blog to validate your hatreds. Get it?

Really.

Soapbox, why do you and people like you bother coming here? To show off your juvenile thought processes?

HINT: They're not interesting or funny.

"Notoriously Conservative," you need to change your name to "Notoriously Plagiarizing." What's the matter? Can't you put a noun and a verb together on your own? You had to copy and paste someone else's work into my comments?

We call people like you cheaters.

Malcontent you really can't help yourself, can you. I've asked you not to attack my commenters with name-calling. Yet you disregard this simple request to be decent. Apparently you can't bring yourself to disagree without behaving like a boorish crank.

You need to read "Pasadena Closet Conservative's" comment to see how people can come here and disagree without engaging in ad hominem attacks.

Professor of Life, I've banned you since the time you joined in the bash fest on me at bluepitbull's blog a few months ago.

I'm not interested in anything you have to say. Begone!

And take your "dissonance" with you.

David,

Your blog proclaims that you speak your mind out. Apparently, you've spoken it "out" so much that it's leaked out of your ears and dribbled all over the floor here in my comments.

And it's not attractive.


You are not welcome here.

When you grow up and learn to talk like a man, not a potty-mouthed child, maybe someone will pay attention to you.

(O)CT(O)PUS said...

It seems Shaw is preoccupied at the moment, and this intrepid (O)CT(O)PUS must intervene. I direct my remarks to Malcontent and David. Your name-calling is over the line. You have become rude and uncivil. Note this comment policy:

I welcome civil discourse from people of all persuasions but express no obligation to allow this blog to be trolled. Any comment that fails to rise above ranting, taunting, profanity, and name-calling will be deleted without further comment at my discretion.

There is a predatory and hungry cephalopod ready to pounce on any comments that do not meet community standards. In other words, I will delete you and eat you if you don't clean up your act.

Shaw Kenawe said...

(O)CT(O)PUS,

We're on the same page.

I've just employed the "banned forever" button on three of the crude and ineffective commenters.

"Malcontent," "Dave," and "Professor of Life" add absolutely nothing to decent discourse.

They apparently lack the ability to be able to express themselves without resorting to childish attacks.

Sadly, these seem to be the people who are the first to come to Palin's defense. These are her admirers.

I posted two other subjects, but all they responded to was the one on Palin.

I Speak My Mind Out said...

Are you telling me that I am BANNED forever?
Boo hoo, how will I ever get by without you?

I Speak My Mind Out said...

I’M BANNED FOREVER!!

I will take this up with the Attorney General Eric Holder, he will figure out a way to bypass this trouble decision.

TRUTH 101 said...

Don't worry my right wing friends. Sarah's handlers will come up with an explanation as to why she couldn't stay and sign your books that will satisfy you.

They stopped burning Beatle records after John Lennon said he was misunderstood and meant that the Beatles were "taller than Jesus." Not "bigger than Jesus."


Sarah no doubt had to go somewhere and reduce government or deregulate something.

Shaw Kenawe said...

"Dave" of "I Speak My Mind Out" left this comment earlier, which I deleted, but re-post for anyone who is interested in his latest comments:

David has left a new comment on your post "ITEMS OF INTEREST IN THE NEWS":

Arthur Stones Your a friggin POS.... limp wristed pansy .... you're just a spineless wimp getting your jollies by insulting heroes. List your military credentials or go back to your spider hole!

Posted by David to Progressive Eruptions at November 22, 2009 3:38 PM



I didn't ask Dave of "I Speak My Mind Out" to come here; I've never visited his blog.

He arrived here and insulted one of my guests and without provocation, since no one on this blog addressed any comment to him.

David of "I Speak My Mind Out," you are an ill-mannered jerk. There is no other way to describe your behavior.

If you are what represents the conservatives, then we have nothing to fear.

Oy Vey! said...
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Oy Vey! said...

Oy vey!

Dave is, I think, FERCOCKT.*



*All fucked up.

TAO said...

Sarah Palin could have signed all the books that her fans held as they stood in line for 24 hours in cold drenching rain in the parking lot of the mall...

She didn't.

She could have invited those poor miserable supporters onto her bus to warm up as she signed their books....

She didn't.

You come here and post everyday to Shaw's blog your utter disgust for liberals and progressives only to get put in your place by Shaw and her superior intelligence and wit....

Then you come back the next day to get some more!

Whew what a bunch of sick puppies!

If any of us really wanted to know what you thought and your opinions on things we would go and visit your blogs...

But we don't! We don't for the same reason Sarah Palin left all those fans out in the cold and rain without her signature...

We Don't Care!

The Malcontent said...

You never EVER mention the times that Aurthur insults people that express their opposing views that Mr.Stones does not agree with unless it's your "select" few "token" republicans.

And TAO, please get yourself a REAL adult brain, the one you are using seems to belong to a child.


What Sarah Palin did or didn't do to people standing in the "rain"is minuscule compared to what Eric Holder and Barack Obama does daily.. If you are real and I doubt it, then talk abour real issues, NOT standing in the "rain" Geeeze.

Shaw Kenawe said...

What you can't grasp, Malcontent, is that Arthurstone uses wit and humor to get his points across, while the best you can do is call people names.

The former takes intelligence, the latter doesn't. Calling people names is a lazy and juvenile way of dealing with subjects that you disagree with.

Children don't have the wisdom or the maturity to do what Arthurstone does.

He's been commenting here for a long time, and I know for a fact that he does NOT attack anyone, unless he's been called idiot names, as the commenter Dave called him.

And you weaken anything you have to say when you merely argue that Mr. Obama and Mr. Holder are waaaay worse than Sarah Palin.

That means nothing, and is no more than a schoolyard whine: "It's not faaaaaair! He did it tooooooo!"

There's an interesting correlation between the simple-minded taunts expressed by drive-by commenters like Dave, Soapbox, NC, and you and the undeserved admiration you all hold for ex-Governor Palin.

Shaw Kenawe said...

PS. You'll never rise to the level of talent that is TAO.

I feel your pain.

Soapbox said...

You have a very strange and limited opinion about the meaning of what wit and humor and talent. But I'm not at all surprised. It's called sheltered, bias,slanted, and opinionated. And always contrary.
I saw no need to attack me, just because I disagreed with your opinion. ... what you are saying,
pretty much makes no sense.
Just because I challenged your or one of your posters opinions I get the asinine responses that you call correct! I suggest you learn something from the people that challenge you and just move on. Imagine, if you will, if every blog you ever read stayed exactly how it was and was never challenged, at the very least, it would be boring after a while, and at worst no one would bother posting their comments.
But have no fear, I find no real reason foe me to waste any of my valuable time here at all. I never liked you or any of your comrades either.

The Malcontent said...

Shaw Kenawe said...
I feel your pain.




Real Americans don't feel pain
Or, if they do, they simply brush it off and vote for Republicans

Shaw Kenawe said...

Soapbox wrote:

"I saw no need to attack me, just because I disagreed with your opinion. ... what you are saying,"

This is what you posted:

Sarah Palin will be the next REAL President of the United States of America.

Americas First Failed Black Pres-dent will cry like a baby when he’s evicted from OUR White House.


That's not disagreeing with my "opinion," since I never stated anywhere my opinion on whether or not Sarah Palin would run for the presidency.

The second statement is AGAIN not disagreeing with my opinion, since I offered none on what Mr. Obama's emotional state will be when he leaves the WH.

I didn't "disagree with your opinions," SINCE I DIDN'T DISCUSS ANY OF THE SUBJECTS YOU BROUGHT UP.

You introduced those issues, not I.

You and a lot of others like yourself either have no reading comprehension skills or are being deliberately obtuse.

Either way, may I suggest you limit yourselves to visiting each other's blogs and continuing to pat each other on your backs for your perceived incisive wit and intelligence.

When you try that nonsense here, you only embarrass yourselves, and us.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Malcontent,

For someone who detests Liberals, and dislikes my blog, you spend an awful lot of time here.

"You like me! You really like me!"

The Malcontent said...

Shaw Kenawe said...
Malcontent,
For someone who detests Liberals, and dislikes my blog, you spend an awful lot of time here.
"You like me! You really like me!"


Great Reply Shaw.

Let me answer you this way:
I really neither “Like You” or "Dislike Like You" But I like to argue with you.
Some people (like yourself) feel they are right all of the time, or it could be they like confrontation (being awkward). There are many reasons I suppose, but it could just be they have a different opinion.
I do have many differences of opinions and I’, not afraid to express it. And then there are some people just love to hear themselves talk, I put people like TAO and Arthur and (sometimes) even Truth in that category. I realized that arguing isn't going to change anyone opinions. That will never happen, especially in a political discussion. But I however think it’s fun... Hence my coming here. In your situation, if the person wants to start an argument with you over something that either major or petty, you get so uptight and upset that you go off the wall, and rant and rave to the extent of deleting and banning and name-calling. I have to say that life’s way to short to get that nuts over a lousy comment on a blog. Think about it. I admit that some people feel energetic and they get this intense passion when they argue, but where is it really going to get you (or me) .. Answer: No where! If your blogs subject attracts a few people who bug you, the answer could be and should be to discuss it not to fly off the handle and delete or name call them as so many people here do. And more importantly insult them . It is possible they think you exaggerate, so they are questioning you. If you often think people are challenging what you say and they are missing the point, then you should better ensure you clearly state the point or better yet question them.
My blog is not at all like yours is, mine leans more to addressing current events with humor and tongue in cheek posts, aimed to get outrageous responses.
Just my 3 cents worth... Take it with a grain of salt and not personally.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Malcontent wrote: "you get so uptight and upset that you go off the wall, and rant and rave to the extent of deleting and banning and name-calling. I have to say that life’s way to short to get that nuts over a lousy comment on a blog."

I don't rant and rave. This is what that looks like:

THIS IS A RANT:

teresamerica has left a new comment on your post "JELLYFISH DISASTERS, SARAH PALIN, AND BARACK OBAMA...":

SO SARAH PALIN IS RELATED TO JELLYFISH?

Eric Holder, President Obama, and all the officials in the Obama administration decision to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other terrorists in a New York courtroom is unconscionable!!!!! This is pure political malice. But, do any of these bastards have a conscience? It seems NOT. Obama, Eric Holder, and the members of the Obama administration only want to create a show trial against the Bush administration. It is clearer to me than ever that ALL of these people HATE AMERICA!!


AND THIS IS A RAVE (as in stark raving mad):

David has left a new comment on your post "ITEMS OF INTEREST IN THE NEWS":

Arthur Stones Your a friggin POS.... limp wristed pansy .... you're just a spineless wimp getting your jollies by insulting heroes. List your military credentials or go back to your spider hole!

Posted by David to Progressive Eruptions at November 22, 2009 3:38 PM


Neither one of those comments had anything to do with my post. And I'm under no obligation to give ill-mannered louts a platform to perform their tantrums. Those people have their own blogs where they can unload their anger.

There is nothing in those two examples that contributes to any argument.

I also have, in plain view, my comment policy:

I welcome civil discourse from people of all persuasions but express no obligation to allow my blog to be trolled. Any comment that fails to rise above ranting, taunting, profanity, and name-calling will be deleted without further comment at my discretion.

You may find it entertaining to swap insults and epithets with people on your blog, I find it a waste of time on mine.

I don't mind snark, sarcasm, wit, puns, understatement, overstatement, righteous anger, but ad hominem attacks are not tolerated.

You may or may not be aware [I think you are, because I believe your were part of that community over at bluepitbull's blog--but I could be mistaken] that I was the target of vicious slander and sexual taunting over at that blog.

It was a terrible time in my life when it happened, and people just piled on for the fun of it.

I have archived all who partook in that savagery, and I won't allow them here.

But I do challenge you to find a rant or a rave that I've posted at anyone's blog or here on mine.

When you make a charge like that, it's a good idea to back it up with evidence, as I did in pointing out the ranting and raving in my comments.

The Malcontent said...

I chose to pass on your challenge.
For the sake of "good will"

The Malcontent said...

But I do believe you did a pretty good job ranting and raving just now..

Shaw Kenawe said...

The trouble with posting typewritten messages is that one cannot hear one's tone of voice.

The "tone" of my comments is of mellifluous modulation and extreme politesse. One cannot be accused of ranting under those circumstances.

The Malcontent said...

That could well be true.
My memory does not serve me that well, I don't remember the Blue Pitt bull thing. I can't recall being involved in that. Nor do I even remember what it was all about.

But as Beth (who's posts seem to get mysteriously deleted) said ob her blog about this fellow Patrick.. And I quote..


"I tried being friendly online once with a liberal as I told you Patrick, and it doesn't work. They are mocking you behind your back because of your concessions to them. I know because that happened to me.
Don't be apologetic"


But Shaw, I will humble myself and I am offering a Fig Leaf to you right here and now.
Let's see your response.

dmarks said...

I think you meant olive branch.

Biblically, offering a fig leaf means making a nearly-naked person entirely naked.

But I did find this in Wikipedia:

"an offer might be characterized as a "fig leaf" if that offer is actually a ploy to conceal a sinister plan".

That might be even worse.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Okay. Now don't get enraged, but I believe you're offering me an "olive branch," not a "fig leaf."

Look. I do this all the time. I reach for a metaphor and grab the wrong one. Sometimes it can be funny.

But I understand.

We can try. But, please, don't attack my commenters. And I'll make sure they treat you with respect.

Back up your allegations with evidence. Don't use my blog just to score anti-Obama points. When you criticize the president, use your critical thinking skills and argue from facts.

That's all I ask.

That, and keeping your fig leaf where it belongs. LOL!

The Malcontent said...

Ok,ok, a "olive branch "

I can't always be ALL perfect!

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