The Obama Mindset

There is no scientific basis behind the EPA CO2 regs. Even if he actually believes in the global warming scam, US emissions cuts would be dwarfed by Asian increases. The whole point is to punish Americans, while pretending he is doing it for a greater good.

Self-loathing progressives submit happily to the abuse, at least until they understand that they are the intended targets, and that there are real consequences to behaving like total morons.


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23 Responses to The Obama Mindset

  1. Slywolfe says:

    “When Liberals/Progressives/Greenies realize they may not be included among the privileged elite of their imagined Utopia, they become Conservatives.”

  2. gator69 says:

    Maybe some of Gavin’s coworkers can take advantage of Skeeter’;s mindset…

    The Obama administration has granted whistleblower immunity to a federal government scientist that claimed he intentionally omitted information in a study that could have shown a race-based link between vaccines and childhood diseases including autism.

    That scientist, still employed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is working closely with a congressman’s office to tell his story to lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

    No official study has ever linked childhood vaccinations to serious mental defects or to autism or related disorders. Currently, controversy engulfs presidential contenders Chris Christie, Rand Paul and also Hillary Clinton after their past statements suggesting a possible vaccine-to-illness link were publicized this week in the midst of a measles outbreak.

    In 2004, Dr. William S. Thompson worked on a report for the CDC’s National Immunization Program. That report, which ran in the “Pediatrics” medical journal, came to the conclusion that there’s no link between vaccines and autism and that no racial group is more likely to be damaged by vaccines.

    But Thompson said that he and other CDC scientists intentionally fudged the results, manipulating the pool of children they analyzed and limiting the proper number of African-American children from participating. The authors limited black children from showing up in the results by excluding babies without a state of Georgia birth certificate.

    “It was a mutual decision among the five co-authors,” Dr. Brian Hooker told The Daily Caller. An associate professor at California’s Simpson University, Hooker found out about the deception by secretly taping conversations that he had with Thompson last year. After beginning to talk to Thompson in 2013, he ended up getting Thompson’s information on audio record and disseminated the information in the vaccine-skeptic online community.

    “I live close to the Oregon border. I taped the conversations in a hotel room,” Hooker said.

    “I didn’t want people to run out and delay vaccination because of this, because it was only one piece of data. But it was the one piece of data that CDC chose to cover up,” Hooker said.

    No, scientists never fudge data for their ’cause’.

    • higley7 says:

      Isn’t it equally suspicious that this “whistleblower” turns up exactly when it can hurt the Republicans? It’s too convenient; no such thing as coincidence. And, after they try to get rid of and demonize whistleblowers, they are happy to grant this one immunity. Nope. It does not pass the smell test.

  3. There is no substitute for total victory. says:

    Sly, what you mean is that it is in fact the Middle Class that Obama is waging Green War on.

  4. There is no substitute for total victory. says:

    There are vaccinations and then there are vaccinations, but the Small Pox vaccination has been with us at least since the 1,700s. So far there is no evidence that the vaccination or else the disease itself is in any way responsible for Autism. I think that the reason for this mental challenge can be found staring back from the mirror when the unfortunate children’s mom and dad put on their mascara or shave.

    • gator69 says:

      I am in no way one of the nutters who thinks vaccines are causing increased autism, the science has so far been very clear. But I have a real issue with scientists fudging data, no matter what the reason.

      • au1corsair says:

        CDC admits that vaccination side effects can include death–mostly from egg allergies and other vaccine culture material.

        Anthrax vaccine side-effects

        What are the risks from anthrax vaccine?

        Like any medicine, a vaccine could cause a serious problem, such as a severe allergic reaction.

        Anthrax is a very serious disease, and the risk of serious harm from the vaccine is extremely small.

        Mild Problems
        •Reactions on the arm where the shot was given: ◦Tenderness (about 1 person out of 2)
        ◦Redness (about 1 out of 7 men and 1 out of 3 women)
        ◦Itching (about 1 out of 50 men and 1 out of 20 women)
        ◦Lump (about 1 out of 60 men and 1 out of 16 women)
        ◦Bruise (about 1 out of 25 men and 1 out of 22 women)

        •Muscle aches or temporary limitation of arm movement (about 1 out of 14 men and 1 out of 10 women)
        •Headaches (about 1 out of 25 men and 1 out of 12 women)
        •Fatigue (about 1 out of 15 men, about 1 out of 8 women)

        Severe Problems
        • Serious allergic reaction (very rare – less than once in 100,000 doses).

        As with any vaccine, other severe problems have been reported. But these don’t appear to occur any more often among anthrax vaccine recipients than among unvaccinated people.

        There is no evidence that anthrax vaccine causes long-term health problems.

        Independent civilian committees have not found anthrax vaccination to be a factor in unexplained illnesses among Gulf War veterans.

        This information was taken directly from the Anthrax VIS
        (This information taken from Anthrax VIS dated 3/10/10. If the actual VIS is more recent than this date, the information on this page needs to be updated.)

        Note that Anthrax vaccines are not widely distributed–yet–(except for military personnel in the Middle East) and that the normal Anthrax vaccination candidate is male, physically fit, healthy and in his twenties or thirties. What would happen if infants of 6 months were included in a nation-wide mandatory vaccination program were implemented are unknown–and “long term effects” doesn’t show up on the radar screen because of the small sample size, other environmental hazards of the vaccinated, and the latest Anthrax vaccine was developed in 2012–anthrax vaccines for animals hit the market about 1935. An Israeli experiment with some 700 soldiers resulted in disability payments being made to the test subjects that survived.

        Vaccines are neither silver bullets nor pure poison–vaccines need to be taken seriously or not at all.

        Confused yet? Life is risky. Get over it!

        • Anthony Scalzi says:

          Fun with Anthrax vaccine side effects in the media:

          Dr. Allison Reed: Your Honor, if the Court would allow me to depose Dr. Kane?
          Ira Kane: Depose *me*?
          Brigadier Gen. Russell Woodman: Oh, we think your past is very relevant, Doctor Kane. These issues speak directly to his competence as a scientist.
          Ira Kane: Dr. Kane, you were a top-level researcher at USAMRIID from ’94 to ’97, were you not?
          Dr. Allison Reed: Yes, that’s correct.
          Ira Kane: And you were summarily dismissed in the summer of 1997. Any idea why?
          Ira Kane: My services were no longer required?
          Dr. Allison Reed: Uh-huh. So, in your opinion, your firing had nothing to do with an experimental anthrax vaccine that you developed and administered to nearly 140,000 U.S. soldiers in May of that year?
          Ira Kane: [leans in and whispers, smiling] I see where you’re going with this.
          Ira Kane: It may have been a factor, you’d have to ask the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
          Dr. Allison Reed: I’ll make a note to do that. But for now, can you tell me what happened to the soldiers who were inoculated with your vaccine?
          Ira Kane: Well, uh, none of them got anthrax, if that’s what you’re asking.
          Dr. Allison Reed: What did they get?
          Ira Kane: Um, well, as with any new vaccine, there were certain side effects associated with it.
          Dr. Allison Reed: Could you be more specific?
          Ira Kane: Well, it was a wide range of things, it’s very technical, I’d hate to waste the court’s time getting into it right now.
          Dr. Allison Reed: Humor me.
          Ira Kane: Some debilitating stomach cramps… severe diarrhea… memory loss.
          Dr. Allison Reed: Yes? Go on. Any more symptoms?
          [Harry is looking mortified and shocked at the defense table]
          Ira Kane: Partial facial paralysis, temporary blindness, drooling, bleeding gums, erectile dysfunction, uncontrollable flatulence. I think that’s it.
          Dr. Allison Reed: One more question. Do you happen to remember what the soldiers called this illness, Doctor Kane?
          Ira Kane: Yeah. They called it “The Kane Madness.”

  5. ren says:

    The frigid arctic air is set to blast in on Wednesday with biting winds over the northern Plains, during the day on Thursday across the Great Lakes and central Appalachians and then Thursday night and Friday in the coastal Northeast.
    The winds will make it feel even colder with RealFeel® Temperatures 15 to 30 degrees lower than the actual air temperature.

  6. Eliza says:

    Its getting harder for them to hide it. My feeling is that mainstream media might be about to throw them under the bus
    Ther are VERY FEW people responsible for this and are easily identified, NOW its time someone got some lawyers to go after them. They can ONLY WIN so there is money now in going after these people.

  7. Eliza says:

    Its not the people who have done the adjustments but the ones who have told them to do it. Thats why Moshers, even Muller, ect are probably NOT responsible. These poor souls are now realizing taht they have ben had… It probably the top people at GISS, NDCD and some top people at WMO headquarters in Geneva ect who are to be help responsible and have told ALL WMO staff worlwide to apply the fraudelant adjustments so its actually likely a handful of persons

  8. omanuel says:

    Frankly, Obama is but a puppet of Big Brother, and BB himself is now going down!

    Thanks to the courageous postings of Steven, other bloggers are allowing us to openly challenge the absolute BS disguised as “consensus science.”

    Today Professor Curry even allowed a blunt reply to puppet Steven Mosher:
    – – – –
    Thanks, Steven Mosher for replying to my comment.

    Not being a conspiracy fan either, nine pages of precise data were posted to show, beyond any reasonable doubt

    1. The Sun’s pulsar core made, sustains and exerts dominant control over every atom, life and world in the solar system, . . . a volume of space now greater than that of 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 Earths.

    2. The Sun is powered mostly by neutron-repulsion in its pulsar core rather than hydrogen-fusion.

    “Solar energy,” Adv. Astronomy (submitted open review, 6 Jan 2015):

    Please response to the experimental data by explaining how the influence of CO2 on Earth’s climate is greater than that of the Sun’s pulsar core.

  9. Eliza says:

    Actually I dont mind Obama too much (I aint an Americano, me Irish) re global warming he has just been duped and has fallen for it.I think in his older ages he will be quite angry about this. LOL

  10. Dave N says:

    It’s a lot like what Gillard thought she was doing for Earth with Australia’s Carbon [Dioxide] Tax, only with much, much less of an impact on the climate; that being a situation a whole lot worse.

    • SMS says:

      Look what that got Gillard. She back stabbed Rudd to get the PM position, who then back stabbed her, who then lost the election to the liberal, who then canned the CO2 tax. Your Labor is daft, yet they are protected by the left leaning MSM. It is a wonder that anyone from the Coalition can win an election in Oz with the press almost fully against them. Reminds me of what the MSM does for the Democrats here in the US.

  11. SMS says:

    Progressives like to show some form of self flagellation like buying a Prius or installing solar panels. Some sacrifice that makes no sense. But they are determined to have others pay for their beliefs that we are harming the planet. They make a small show of their commitment to Gaia, but they expect others to provide the bulk of the money and effort.

    • Edmonton Al says:

      I would think that “sociopath” is an apt description for these folks….
      •Superficial charm and good intelligence
      •Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking
      •Absence of nervousness or neurotic manifestations
      •Untruthfulness and insincerity
      •Lack of remorse and shame
      •Inadequately motivated antisocial behavior
      •Poor judgment and failure to learn by experience
      •Pathologic egocentricity and incapacity for love
      •General poverty in major affective reactions
      •Specific loss of insight
      •Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations
      •Fantastic and uninviting behavior with alcohol and sometimes without
      •Suicide threats rarely carried out
      •Sex life impersonal, trivial, and poorly integrated
      •Failure to follow any life plan

      • Gail Combs says:

        Sociopaths often do quite well and rise to the top of organizations because of the charm, intelligence and lack of feelings for other humans. They have no problem stabbing people in the back, viciously lying about others and climbing over dead bodies.

        They are very good at pretending to be a friend for months while scoping you out for a take down. Because they have been “Your Best Friend” their nasty lies about you are much more believable to others.

        An example:

        Veteran GOP pollster Chris Wilson, a Rick Perry backer who worked at the NRA during Cain’s tenure, told Oklahoma talk radio Wednesday that he witnessed Cain sexually harass a low-level NRA staffer at a restaurant in Virginia. He provided zero details but said “everybody involved” with the NRA at the time knew about Cain’s behavior.

        …Herman Cain sexually harassed two female employees in the 1990s has taken the Washington Establishment by storm. Pundits can barely mask their relief at what looks like the possible end of the Cain “boomlet,” and conservatives have gleefully seized on the opportunity to call the mainstream media racist and accuse women in the workforce of not being able to take a joke.

        But while the national press corps works itself into a tizzy, one key fact appears to have been overlooked. Republican primary voters — the people who will actually decide Cain’s electoral fate — don’t seem to care….

        After those allegations of sexual harassment didn’t work Ginger White stepped up to the plate claiming to have had a 13 year long affair. Cain finally threw in the towel and quit the race.

        I sure would like a peak at Ginger White’s before and after financial status…

        Herman Cain, two years later: ‘I refuse to leave my reputation under a dark cloud’

        Ginger White, the woman who accused Cain of an affair, was actually being sued for libel at the time of her allegation: “While she was all over the media enjoying her ‘fifteen minutes of fame’… she was being sued by a former business partner for libel – in lay terms, for making false statements….

        • Gail Combs says:

          Ann Coulter does a great job of looking at the Herman Cain trashing.

          As she says all there is is lots of ‘She said’ or actually only three shes and two saids from women of questionable backgrounds. NO REAL EVIDENCE.

          ….White has the whole combo-platter of questionable accuser attributes: She’s another financially troubled, twice-divorced, unemployed single mother, who has claimed sexual harassment in the past, declared bankruptcy once, was accused of stalking and had a libel judgment entered against her just this year. So far in 2011, she’s had nine liens put on her property.

          But we’re supposed to ignore all of that because she’s the third woman of questionable character to make an implausible allegation. Liberals say there’s a pattern, but the only pattern is of their making far-fetched accusations of a sexual nature against Cain….

          Bill Clinton’s accusers had gifts, taped phone conversations with him and a semen-stained dress. That’s the sort of evidence you get with an actual sexual predator.

          Gennifer Flowers produced taped telephone calls with Clinton totaling thousands of words between them, with him counseling her on how to deny their affair: “If they ever hit you with it, just say no, and go on. There’s nothing they can do … But when they — if somebody contacts you, I need to know … All you got to do is deny it.”

          Paula Jones had multiple same-day witnesses — including the state troopers who worked for Clinton and had already told the press about a “Paula” they brought to Clinton’s hotel room for a sexual liaison. And that was a single incident sexual harassment case.

          Monica Lewinsky had lots of gifts from Clinton, including a hat pin, two brooches, a marble bear figurine, a T-shirt from Martha’s Vineyard and Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass,” all of which she mysteriously placed with Clinton’s secretary, Betty Currie, during the investigation, as well as a semen-stained dress, which she kept.

          Ginger White claims she had a 13-year affair with Cain — and all she has are two books with inscriptions that could have been written to an auto mechanic who waited in line at a Cain book signing. Her business partner during the alleged affair says White never mentioned Cain’s name.

          These women are like triple-A ball players with the stats being: number of bankruptcies, smallest bank account, number of liens, most false claims, number of children out of wedlock, degrees of separation from David Axelrod, total trips to human resources and so on.

          That wouldn’t be so important — except for the fact that their only evidence is their word….

          I am mentioning this for two reasons:

          1. Without these baseless accusations we would have Herman Cain and not Obummer in the White house.

          2. Any other reasonable candidate for office has the same type of ‘sociopathic accusers’ lurking in his background. All it will take is someone waving cash in the right face and a candidate who is not connected to the elite gets wiped off the board.

      • SMS says:

        Edmonton Al, that sounds like almost all the Democratic politicians I see and hear on TV. They define Nancy, Harry and Chuck perfectly. And don’t let me leave out the current president (other than the part about good intelligence), it is a good definition.

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