HomeElection 2012Quote Of The Day Black & Right November 25, 2012 Election 2012, Politics 7 Comments I wonder if the left is ready to condemn a newspaper (and possibly an entire nation) for speaking truth most of us already knew…. Recently, Obama has been re-elected for a 2nd term by an illiterate society and he is ready to continue his lies of less taxes while he raises them. He gives speeches of peace and love in the world while he promotes wars as he did in Egypt, Libya and Syria. He plans his next war is with Iran as he fires or demotes his generals who get in the way. — Pravda Okay, they may not all be illiterate, but they know how to dance, demand free birth control and spell “Obama” on election day. That was enough. Thankfully Pravda appreciated that all Americans weren’t that stupid. The Machine ALL other nations suffer envy of the U.S. and will jump on any chance to point out our faults. However, with this administration, they no longer need to invent or otherwise tell lies in order to do so. aelfheld Illiterate is apt. So is innumerate. And ignorant. Tallyman Pravda means truth in Russian. Is it not illiterate to read words without comprehension of reality? Has not the US become in a large part morally degenerate and despising of traditional values? Is not a US public trough maintained to nurture the indolent, the moronic, the drug depraved, the morally degenerate and their spawn? Is not our military fighting wars without plans for victory and, if victory, what is won? The morally depraved, the dole takers, the hypocrite do-gooders, the women who fear withdrawal of the amelioration of the consequences for their choices and the brainless Progressives have chosen their enabler as Ruler for us. Pravda is the truth here. n.n Traditional, natural, enlightened, … What’s your point? Pravda is relative and selective. It is used to manipulate perception to realize a preferred outcome. Truth serves no less selfish interests. Honesty, however, serves the collective interest and is rarely recognized, especially in a collective. n.n Pravda was propaganda meant for domestic consumption. Today, it, along with other foreign press, offers us a glimpse into the global consequences of well-intentioned policies. Yes, deficit spending is equivalent to comprehensive taxation. They are fortunate that we enjoy deflationary benefits derived from environmental and labor negligence through out-of-sight and out-of-mind policies. Not to mention the illegal alien workforce, which does what Americans choose not to do. As for the Arabs, Jews, and other denizens of the Middle East and Africa, at least they are no longer concerned about devaluation of their currency. They are now distracted with concerns for their lives and liberty. The Nobel Peace Prize just doesn’t mean what it once did. aelfheld Take a look at those awarded the Nobel Peace Prize – it never meant what people think it meant. n.n You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. Quote of the Year!