Articles Comments

SENTRY JOURNAL » 2010 elections, Harry Reid, Nevada, Politics, Star Wars, Video » 2010 Election: Democrat mind tricks…don’t be weak minded.

2010 Election: Democrat mind tricks…don’t be weak minded.

With November rapidly approaching the campaign ads are in full swing and politicians are using clever little smoke and mirror tricks to sway our opinions and convince us they are the solutions to the problems they created.  The more I see these ads, the more I am insulted by the shameless tactics they employ.  Their Democrat mind tricks will not work on me.

Like in the above clip from the Star Wars, the Democrats are hoping their mind tricks will work on the weak minded.  They create ads that evade the real issues and tell you that everything is good.  They will make claims by saying look at all the jobs we’ve saved or created by bringing you the voter all these taxpayer funded programs.  The weak minded will fall for this and say yes look at all the jobs and money my representative secured for us.  They will be sucked in and have a “these are not the droids you’re looking for” moment, never realizing the money confiscated to create these programs and jobs came from their own paychecks.  Remember government does not create wealth; it consumes it.

Unemployment hovers near 10 percent and the Democrats wave their hand in the air and tell us we’re in a recovery summer.  They’re asking you to ignore the reality of things in our world and listen to their words; mind trick.  The weak minded will fall for this and say that the stimulus worked and that with more spending we will finally pull out of this.  They won’t care about the debt and will gladly support any spending bill that extends unemployment funds while at the same time doesn’t create job one.  Once again they will experience a “these are not the droids you’re looking for” moment.

These last 19 months have been an unpredictable time for our fragile republic.  We have painfully watched as our elected officials ignored us over and over.  They have been tone deaf to our concerns and unable to control their appetite to spend our future away on pork barrel projects that were designed buy votes and create an atmosphere that promotes their mind tricks.  We must be strong minded and not fall for these parlor tricks.  We live in the real world and understand how the economic troubles are affecting our family, friends, and neighbors.  They don’t no matter what they say.

These masters of deception have lost touch with our reality a long time ago.  All they have left are smoke and mirror tactics.  They cannot run on their failed record, so they will try to deceive you with elegant words and slanted statistics.  Don’t buy into it.  Be strong minded and tell them their mind tricks will no longer work and to move along.

Check out the below clip of a Democratic master of mind tricks.

As you can see, elegant words with impressive statistics, except he left out the most important statistic; Nevada’s unemployment rate (14 percent) is one of the highest in the nation.  Yeah, he’s looking out for Nevada! Can you say mind trick.
Liberty forever, freedom for all!

Share
Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Filed under: 2010 elections, Harry Reid, Nevada, Politics, Star Wars, Video

opinions powered by SendLove.to
Comments
  • Right Hand Man August 25, 2010 at 6:13 AM

    "You don't need to see his identification."

    Isn't that what Harry and the Democrats are saying to Arizona?

  • Trestin August 25, 2010 at 10:35 AM

    I think 2008 was the ultimate example of weak minded voters. When I would ask people why they liked Obama they would say he is for change. My obvious follow up question was: What kind of change? No one ever had any idea, they would just ramble about Bush.

    Lets hope the grim reality of our present situation has awaked the weak minded among us.

  • Anonymous August 25, 2010 at 5:15 PM

    Correction 4 times.

    * August 12, 2010: The Omen's creator, Jim Miekka, considered the Omen officially triggered on this date with 92 and 81 new 52-week highs and lows, respectively. The McClellan Oscillator was a negative -120.03 and the 10-week NYSE moving average was rising; the market closed above its open of 50 days prior (May 27). [5]. In the ensuing week, the Omen narrowly missed confirmation twice (August 13 and 19).

    * August 20, 2010: According to the Wall Street Journal, the omen was confirmed on Friday, with 83 new 52-week highs and 95 new 52-week lows on the NYSE. The McClellan Oscillator was a negative -106.46 and the 10-week NYSE moving average was rising; the market closed above its open of 50 days prior (June 11). [6] Shortly thereafter, its creator, Jim Miekka, reportedly sold all his stocks. [7]

    * August 24, 2010: 166 New Lows, 87 new Highs, McClellan Oscillator was negative, but the 10 week average began to fall. (Non-Confirmation.) (Although the 12 week average is still positive.)

    * August 25, 2010: 150 New Lows, 90 new Highs, McClellan Oscillator was negative, but again the 10 week average was falling (Non-Confirmation.) (Although the 12 week average is still positive.)

    D

  • John Carey August 25, 2010 at 6:35 PM

    It is Right! Move along…

  • John Carey August 25, 2010 at 6:40 PM

    You are right Trestin. The 2008 election year was very sad in terms of the voter's ignorance about the candidate they were voting for. They got swept up in all the hoopla of change and electing the first African American President, they forgot to do their homework to see where the man stood on the issues. They know now and it hurts!

  • Randy-g August 25, 2010 at 6:55 PM

    Who do I believe? My lying eyes and ears? These folks are far removed from reality. Sad but true…

  • John Carey August 25, 2010 at 10:08 PM

    It is Randy. Very sad. It's time for them to find a new line of work.