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Mark de LA says
Barack Obama Campaign Promise No. 234:

Allow five days of public comment before signing bills

To reduce bills rushed through Congress and to the president before the public has the opportunity to review them, Obama "will not sign any non-emergency bill without giving the American public an opportunity to review and comment on the White House website for five days."

Sources: Obama ethics plan

Subjects: Ethics, Transparency

The above is from this website.


Seth says
MR 2009-05-27 06:47:17 12010
seth 2009-05-27 02:04:47 12010
MR 2009-05-26 18:47:12 12010
seth 2009-05-26 10:44:43 12010
Maybe you should go delete all your bush bashing too.
Shoot your stick!

Not my thing to delete legitimate taggings.
What I am challenging is your legitimacy - all your obama bashing tagging does is dis.
What it does is classify items that are similar.  That is a mechanical thing.  Perhaps you could change the tag to something like obama0, and then i would have used that tag instead - though its not as easy to remember.  Tags at FBI were not designed to be used as comments and several times i have mentioned that to people when they use them as such.  You can always tell a legitimate tag by the number of items with that tag ... if it is just one and the tag is pejorative, then it is useless for the sake of retrieval.  Your tag bush bashing was useful because you kept using it again and again.  Rather than attack something that is working (at least for me), you should talk about what is really bothering you: the fact that i am bored with responding to your petty ragging.  Say something that is new and not just a rehash of the worst kind of petty partisanship and it will get peoples attention.

Mark de LA says
Yep, & I get tired of your Obama-juicing rhetoric while never addressing the serious issues that bubble up as Obama & the Democrats ruins the country.


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 08:34:56 12010
source: MR above
Barack Obama Campaign Promise No. 234
You might want to revisit this when things settle down.  But living up to the letter of each promise when faced with real world contingencies is not something that i expect from a politician - nor has any politician ever achieved that, nor would it even be a good idea.  The letter of this particular promise was pretty iffy to begin with because the time for public comment should be prior to the bills passage - not after it is passed and the President then has a binary choice. That said, i still am a bit disappointed in whitehouse.gov - i cannot find a single place for comment over there - except perhaps this one way letter

... then empty campaign promises vanish in a mirror reflected in some smoke in the mind's eye of a monkey masturbating on the Moon along with the politician's integrity.
I couldn't find the place on whitehouse.gov where the bills about to be signed are posted, did you?

Seth says
MR 2009-05-28 08:40:53 12010
seth 2009-05-28 08:34:56 12010
source: MR above
Barack Obama Campaign Promise No. 234
You might want to revisit this when things settle down.  But living up to the letter of each promise when faced with real world contingencies is not something that i expect from a politician - nor has any politician ever achieved that, nor would it even be a good idea.  The letter of this particular promise was pretty iffy to begin with because the time for public comment should be prior to the bills passage - not after it is passed and the President then has a binary choice. That said, i still am a bit disappointed in whitehouse.gov - - except perhaps this one way letter

... then empty campaign promises vanish in a mirror reflected in some smoke in the mind's eye of a monkey masturbating on the Moon along with the politician's integrity.
I couldn't find the place on whitehouse.gov where the bills about to be signed are posted, did you?
Me thinks that my saying "i cannot find a single place for comment over there" answered your question in advance.  You other comment is what i call ragging.

Mark de LA says
Well, ragging is just a perjorative word. Such is what the RWG is made up from.  It is OK here since this is an Obama Bashing item. Here is a better picture of what a politician, like Obama, looks like while losing his integrity & lying while making campaign promises:


Mark de LA says
Well, once the WashTimes article came out I went over there to find what else might have been posted & could not find a place where they would appear. The article claims that the WH has done it before.  Where? In any case, methinks that they hide it on purpose.  See what you get when you search whitehouse.gov for bills or unsigned bills.


Seth says
MR 2009-05-28 09:51:54 12010
seth 2009-05-28 09:30:49 12010
What i don't understand about your mind is how saying something like "vanish in a mirror reflected in some smoke in the mind's eye of a monkey masturbating on the Moon along with the politician's integrity" is acceptable; but calling that same behavior "ragging" is considered RWG.

But not to let the train degenerate quite so fast, my substantive point, that you missed, was that it is better for a politician to effectively deal with the real world contingencies encountered in office, rather than following the letter of his campaign promises.  Now obviously a politician who's actions in office are radically at odds with his promises has gotten into office on false pretenses; case in point is Bush's fiscal policy.  And, yes, i still consider that Obama's promise to provide for public comment in advance to be unfulfilled.  That is actually something that i am tracking.
Most of us on my side of the fence knew Obama was promising things that would not be delivered as president - vastly different like pulling out all the troops from Iraq & winding up the Afganistan war, even closing Gitmo.  We even knew that hope & change were empty words used for the purpose of feel good politics only.  We knew that & yet for some strange reason you folks didn't & got sucked in. We didn't have much of an alternative in McCain because he wanted to be a populist too!  My masturbating monkey is a thought picture, even conceptual art, of what I think of a politician looks like that doesn't keep his word. In contrast, like it or not, Newt Gingrich another politician in his Contract with America kept his word & said what he was going to do & did it.
The RWG is just made up of ad hominem pejoratives which have no real truth or substance behind them, they are also lacking in humor whereas schoolyard woofing does often have some humor. RWGs are knee-jerk also: just automaticity of the brain.

Well Obama's Iraq policy is quite in line with my expectations from his promises.  But more importantly they are sensitive to the contingencies that obtain at the moment rather than those back in 2006.  You might ask yourself, if you in that office would be doing anything different?   If you would not, then ragging on him based upon some of his words from 2006, is just pejorative rhetoric of no value to the political process.  The same goes for Gitmo and Afganistan.

I have some respect for Newt Gingrich as well, but he is just a politician and frequently what he says is off the wall.



Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 09:30:49 12010
What i don't understand about your mind is how saying something like "vanish in a mirror reflected in some smoke in the mind's eye of a monkey masturbating on the Moon along with the politician's integrity" is acceptable; but calling that same behavior "ragging" is considered RWG.

But not to let the train degenerate quite so fast, my substantive point, that you missed, was that it is better for a politician to effectively deal with the real world contingencies encountered in office, rather than following the letter of his campaign promises.  Now obviously a politician who's actions in office are radically at odds with his promises has gotten into office on false pretenses; case in point is Bush's fiscal policy.  And, yes, i still consider that Obama's promise to provide for public comment in advance to be unfulfilled.  That is actually something that i am tracking.
Most of us on my side of the fence knew Obama was promising things that would not be delivered as president - vastly different like pulling out all the troops from Iraq & winding up the Afganistan war, even closing Gitmo.  We even knew that hope & change were empty words used for the purpose of feel good politics only.  We knew that & yet for some strange reason you folks didn't & got sucked in. We didn't have much of an alternative in McCain because he wanted to be a populist too!  My masturbating monkey is a thought picture, even conceptual art, of what I think of a politician looks like that doesn't keep his word. In contrast, like it or not, Newt Gingrich another politician in his Contract with America kept his word & said what he was going to do & did it.
The RWG is just made up of ad hominem pejoratives which have no real truth or substance behind them, they are also lacking in humor whereas schoolyard woofing does often have some humor. RWGs are knee-jerk also: just automaticity of the brain.


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 09:47:52 12010
MR 2009-05-28 09:19:59 12010
FYI, ragging according to the Urban Dictionary:

source: ...
To fuck someone hard, all night, in various harcore positions. Not a romantic way to have sex, but good for one night stands after you've just split up with your ex and need some hard ass fucking.
...also a woman on her period.

You seemed to have missed the correct usage: "to bother someone; to irritate someone; to criticize and humiliate someone."  Here are some examples of it being used: (1),(2),(3), etc.  But maybe you though the one you picked up on was cuter.
All of the usages have some commonality. My inclination was to assume that the word's etymology was about a woman on her period with her kotex all bloody to show for it.

Mark de LA says
Sottomayor's remarks are neither true a priori nor neutral & disqualifies her as a suitable judge. She is racist!!! Your own racism notwithstanding. Your own suggestion belies any attempt to believe that you are rational on the subject. La Raza is a very racist organization that she belong to. Obama is pandering to get the Latino vote, pure & simple.
BTW, I know as much about the barrio as you do - perhaps more. You are even racist to assume that things common to all people are different because of race; that only Latinos can judge Latinos etc. Identity politics is the politics of pandering to groups; gays, women, blacks, whites, Jews, Christians etc. it is the substance of your side in politics. On my side we have chosen values which are noble and founded this great nation as our guiding light. Find what is common in humankind & what is virtuous & highly valued and choose according to that. As in the last election you can win by giving everyone bread and circuses, but will it really last?


Mark de LA says
I agree with Newt - it's not off the wall (lacks context in twitter though!).  Well, I didn't want to get into the Sonia Sotomayor controversy yet.  Will probably wait until the actual confirmation hearings if she lasts that long. There are enough hyperventillating blogs & news outlets for me to shed much more light to the white-out.  Personally, she & Obama for nominating her as a Latina woman are racists by way of my 714. Reverse the genders and colors of the people involved & the statements that Sotomayor made & see if you think she is a racist. That's what Newt did.  The M$M (whose tanks are FULL with Obama-juice) would have crucified her by now if the candidate was a white male saying her statement about better rulings by a white male.


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 12:02:53 12010
source: MR above
The image he was projecting was that he was going to end all the wars
Give me a break.  I remember no such projection. He even said he would send more troops to Afghanistan and that's exactly what he has done.  What happened in Iraq was that Bush negotiated an agreement with them which we now should stand behind ... and that is what we are doing.  Your assertion above is just false.  What is yet to be seen is whether his promised (and delivered) more rational tone in the world will find his administration ending with fewer men in harms way. 
Your memory is faulty - check your prions. Maybe your Obama-juice tank is overfilled.


Seth says
MR 2009-05-28 12:34:49 12010
I agree with Newt - it's not off the wall (lacks context in twitter though!).  Well, I didn't want to get into the Sonia Sotomayor controversy yet.  Will probably wait until the actual confirmation hearings if she lasts that long. There are enough hyperventillating blogs & news outlets for me to shed much more light to the white-out.  Personally, she & Obama for nominating her as a Latina woman are racists by way of my 714. Reverse the genders and colors of the people involved & the statements that Sotomayor made & see if you think she is a racist. That's what Newt did.  The M$M (whose tanks are FULL with Obama-juice) would have crucified her by now if the candidate was a white male saying her statement about better rulings by a white male.

Well saying something that is true and common knowledge, but refers to race, is not racism, the narrow mindedness of your Item Number 714 notwithstanding.  Newt's substitution of "white" for "Latino" would make her statement false.  "You don't know the Bario, white boy" is a true sentence which might even help you survive.  Whereas, "You don't know Cambridge, spick", could be quite racist and offensive.  Strang how these things are not symmetric ... nor should they be ... except perhaps in a button down mind.

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 11:22:34 12010
MR 2009-05-28 11:14:58 12010
seth 2009-05-28 10:59:37 12010
MR 2009-05-28 10:26:05 12010
Obama's policy on Iraq was the same as Bush's. He pretended it wasn't.
Yep now there are pretty indistinguishable.  Here again we have the difference between words spoken years ago to reality encountered today.  Obama's Iraq policy back in 2005 would have been quite different than Bush's back then.  Don't compare apples rotting on the ground to unpicked apples hanging off the tree.  Time does change things, but not words already spoken; you lack of insight into process notwithstanding. 
He was campaigning in 2008 that was the year he debated. He has been in office just over 100 days; your bullshit notwithstanding.  If something he says has a half-life of truth of less than 100 days than why believe him, EVER?

You might want to go find the exact words he said in 2008, especially those after the primary when he was the nominee.  I don't believe that they are substantially at odds with what he is doing today.
The image he was projecting was that he was going to end all the wars; your dissembling notwithstanding. You go find his exact words!

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-28 15:33:39 12010
source: MR above
You are even racist to assume that things common to all people are different because of race
Well that is a pretty self contradictory statement.  Do'h, those things that are truly common to all people do not differ on anything, even race.  But accepting that there are differences and that people have different views based upon their life experiences is the sound wisdom we expect in a Supreme Court justice. Denying that is what we have come to expect of narrow people who adopt ideals which do not work in real life.  
Common values are such as love of family & children, honest pay for an honest day's work, independence, liberty, helping your neighbor when he is in trouble voluntarily rather than government enforced, saving for a rainy day, staying well & healthy, honesty, virtue, freedom, etc. these are independent of race. These are things you can discover by applying the Golden Rule (perhaps another thing that is not practical for you, dude!) .  You & Obama are not uniters you are dividers; praying upon people with class warfare, identity politics & exaggerating differences & pandering for effect. If it's narrow-minded to ignore race in the light of 714 then color me narrow minded.  Item 714 is the solution.  You say it is just an ideal which won't work in the real World.  I say you are benefiting in some way from retaining your own racist viewpoint.  Enjoy the benefits of racism, dude. That puts you back in the civil war days & even some places post civil war (& post Civil Rights Act) in the rest of the country. I will henceforth characterize your philosophy as pragmatic hypocrisy. Perhaps we should no longer call it the United States. Rather, we should call it the Miscellaneous Groupings of Obama.

Seth says
source: MR above
A Republican candidate who said the racist things she did would have resigned in shame after being crucified by the M$M
Perhaps that is true; but were her statements actually racists when understood in the complete context of their utterance.  Did you read the whole context or are you just going by the sound byte clips and the commentary of those who are intent on bringing down any Obama nomination for whatever reason that they can dig up?

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-29 09:47:28 12010
Your last comment is too confusing to parse.  But maybe this will shed some light on Republican's response to the nomination of Sotomayor. Thanks to The Week.




Empathy is fine, it is part of the Golden Rule scenario. It is an individual thing, not a government thing. It has very little to do with the law & the constitutionality of lower court rulings. Judges on SCOTUS are supposed to read what is already written into the laws & decisions & use those as guidelines, not make new law - that is the job of Congress, however fucked up they might be.
A Republican candidate who said the racist things she did would have resigned in shame after being crucified by the M$M; your graffithly notwithstanding.  It's about 9 people appointed by a partisan presidents versus 535 representatives of the people making law.

Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-29 10:22:26 12010
source: MR above
A Republican candidate who said the racist things she did would have resigned in shame after being crucified by the M$M
Perhaps that is true; but were her statements actually racists when understood in the complete context of their utterance.  Did you read the whole context or are you just going by the sound byte clips and the commentary of those who are intent on bringing down any Obama nomination for whatever reason that they can dig up?
Not just any Obama nomination, but this one. Not just an Hispanic woman, but this one. Remember Alberto Gonzales was going to be nominated but the demos hated him. The rest is all your PC bullshit. You brought it up first. You cite the full context (not just a link to the cloud) and then explain how her racist remarks can be interpreted as neutral in front of the law.


Mark de LA says
~
source: ...

You may recall that back in 2005, the press and the pundits obsessed over whether John Roberts had been a member of the Federalist Society. There was the Washington Post (here, here, and here) and the New York Times (here and here), of course. The Democratic Party eagerly pushed such inquiries. (And, of course, we went through the same thing with the Alito nomination.)

In short, the New York Times spoke for many when it asserted that a full airing of Roberts's views necessarily included "questions about Mr. Roberts's role with the Federalist Society, and the confusion about it, should lead to a broader discussion of who he is, and how he views the law."

In light of those inquiries, should we expect a full airing of Sonia Sotomayor's affiliation with the National Council of La Raza?

Given Sotomayor's widely-published remarks on the role of her Latina heritage in her judicial decisionmaking -- and of course, her infamous "wise Latina judge" comments were made at a La Raza event and were published in a La Raza law journal -- will the Sotomayor confirmation process involve "questions about" Judge Sotomayor's "role with" La Raza?

Won't such questions "lead to a broader discussion of who [she] is, and how [she] views the law"?

...


Mark de LA says
~ another image showing what it must be like for you to go Obama-juicing!


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-05-29 10:48:08 12010
MR 2009-05-29 10:39:45 12010
seth 2009-05-29 10:22:26 12010
source: MR above
A Republican candidate who said the racist things she did would have resigned in shame after being crucified by the M$M
Perhaps that is true; but were her statements actually racists when understood in the complete context of their utterance.  Did you read the whole context or are you just going by the sound byte clips and the commentary of those who are intent on bringing down any Obama nomination for whatever reason that they can dig up?
Not just any Obama nomination, but this one. Not just an Hispanic woman, but this one. Remember Alberto Gonzales was going to be nominated but the demos hated him. The rest is all your PC bullshit. You brought it up first. You cite the full context (not just a link to the cloud) and then explain how her racist remarks can be interpreted as neutral in front of the law.

Well yes i'll prolly spoon feed you the context when i have a mind to do it, but i want to note here that you jumped on the band wagon ragging on this jurist without even investigating the substance of the complaints.  You are a puppet of petty people.  What is more these people are using your mind, not to improve the justice department, but rather to raise money.  I doubt that they have any real chance of derailing the nomination.  And can you tell me with a straight face that they would not have dug up some allegid dirt on any Obama nomination ... no it is not "this one" .... it is any one.
YOU DUDE ARE SORELY FUCKED UP! YOU ARE FULL OF OBAMA-JUICE! The first time I heard the comment coming out of Sotomayor's own mouth I was surprised that she got past Obama's screening.  Apparently those who put heavy hope that racism would end with an Obama presidency were grossly fooled. He is just going to implement the Reverend Jeremiah Wright's racist hatred.

Seth says
source: MR repeats above that ...
Obama’s stance on using racism to correct racism
But that is a baseless change. 

Relative to Sotomayor, you need to do an analysis of her rulings on affirmative action and discrimination cases.  I will hazard a guess that her record does not justify a charge that she is an activist in that regard. 

It is easy to repeat others partisan bloviations, ... it harder but more useful to justify them.

Mark de LA says
Journalists Ignore Reality That ‘Post-Racial’ President Isn’t 
source: ... It’s not just the obvious identity politics where craven political calculations are used to pick candidates of appropriate age/race/gender/class/shoe size. It has to do with Obama’s stance on using racism to correct racism.

That position was evident in Obama’s deliberate choice of Sotomayor who figured prominently in a major case of racial injustice. The case in question – Ricci v. DeStefano – involves 18 New Haven, Connecticut, firefighters who sued because they were blatantly discriminated against because of their race. The 17 white and one Hispanic firefighters took the lieutenant’s and captain’s exams and, when they did well and black firefighters did not, the city canceled the results. On appeal, our likely next Supreme Court “justice” ruled against the men even though the evidence was stacked on their side.

That, along with a few truly moronic statements by Sotomayor, has thrust her candidacy into the spotlight, and it was no accident.

...


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-06-06 09:11:34 12010
source: MR repeats above that ...
Obama’s stance on using racism to correct racism
But that is a baseless change. 

Relative to Sotomayor, you need to do an analysis of her rulings on affirmative action and discrimination cases.  I will hazard a guess that her record does not justify a charge that she is an activist in that regard. 

It is easy to repeat others partisan bloviations, ... it harder but more useful to justify them.
Sotomayor's ruling against the firemen in the reverse discrimmination case justifies the charge!!!!!


Mark de LA says
seth 2009-06-06 12:34:24 12010
MR 2009-06-06 09:52:03 12010
seth 2009-06-06 09:11:34 12010
source: MR repeats above that ...
Obama’s stance on using racism to correct racism
But that is a baseless change. 

Relative to Sotomayor, you need to do an analysis of her rulings on affirmative action and discrimination cases.  I will hazard a guess that her record does not justify a charge that she is an activist in that regard. 

It is easy to repeat others partisan bloviations, ... it harder but more useful to justify them.
Sotomayor's ruling against the firemen in the reverse discrimmination case justifies the charge!!!!!

Oh really ... exclusively of the other facts of the complex case and all ? 

Btw, your repetition of the baseless charge of racism above is certainly a case of you "using  the word to demonize, stigmatize, politically correct or insult your opponent", you self serving comments on 10838 notwithstanding.
I did not demonize (except in your mind because you want to keep your own thoughts), I did not stigmatize (for the same reason), my position in 714 is not politically corect, but it should be & 10838 is not self-serving.  These are just Mark-bashing & should be move to a similar site of your own choosing made by you , of course! Future Mark-bashing will be deleted summarily on all of my group items. The difference between bashing & disagreement is simply some demonstrable difference in my statements versus ad hominem crap.


Mark de LA says
Great Obama-bashing blog here with the inspiring picture below.

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