Monday, June 30, 2008

Google May Shut My Blog Down

Blogspot is owned by Google and the owners of Google are far left wing fanatical kooks but I never thought they'd shut down any blog that speaks ill of B. Hussein Obama. But it's true. I may be too small for them to worry about but some of the blogs they have shut down aren't exactly real popular either. If it does happen I'll be able to tell everyone where I'll be blogging in the comment section.

24 Comments:

Anonymous Tish said...

B. Hussein Obama?

Wow. Kill and excute the poor unfortunate who didn't get to choose his name...you know William Adolph Johnson or James Mohammed Jones.

You've had really insightful post before today. That right there is a POOR excuse of blogging. Is that all you got? A middle name that he did not choose???

And I'm not even a huge Obama fan, I just hate dirty politics. From both the right and the left.

June 30, 2008 8:57 AM  
Anonymous lee said...

I hope they don't shut you down, look forward to reading your blog and enjoy it very much. It's always informative. Please let us know if this happens.

June 30, 2008 12:17 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

Tish, so now I'm not allowed to write the mans name? No one will tell me what I should or should not write. You will not take that right away from me. I'm sorry if you're ashamed of the man's middle name. I'm not, I have no problem with it, why do you? Are you racist?

June 30, 2008 12:34 PM  
Anonymous Tish said...

I've lost all respect for you. You are an idiot, and that's all there is too it. The question is why are you trying to disguise your racism towards Obama. Just answer the question why are you spelling is name such as B. Hussein Obama? What point are you trying to make? Prove? Is that the way the man himself writes his name, then why are you? you have a hidden agenda as to why, do you not.

And why are you talking out of your ass? Taking away your right? Oh my goodness, did I miss something here? I'm not ashamed of his middle name no more than you should be ashamed to admit that you are racist. To answer your question I am not racist. But clearly you are. Why not just admit your tactics.

What point are you making????

June 30, 2008 2:16 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

And that will be the last comment I let you post. I will not let vicious, sick racists to post comments on my blog. You're the only one taking it to mean that therefore it is you who are a sick and disgusting racist!

June 30, 2008 3:03 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

Good article. You had one awful blogger, Trish, who is the most racist person I've ever known, and I've had 75 years to know quite a few. It's good that you won't post anything else from her. You don't need such racism on your blog, people who use words she uses should keep silent for the balance of their natural life. She can spout off in hell one day.

July 01, 2008 10:03 AM  
Anonymous Les said...

I don't recall you ever referring to the president as G. Walker Bush. Why is that?

July 01, 2008 11:46 PM  
Anonymous Liz said...

I found Tish's comments to be extremely offensive. It is you, Tish, who is the idiot. Capitalist Infidel said nothing wrong but your mushy crappy mouth sure said a lot about you. Why don't you get a life and learn to read what is actually written?

July 02, 2008 10:24 PM  
Anonymous Linda said...

I do hope they don't shut down your blog because I so look forward to reading your comments. Please let us know where you will be operating your blog.

July 02, 2008 10:27 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

Actually I used to say G.H.W. Bush. I also sign my own name on almost all documents with my first initial and then my last name. So, it's not at all odd for me to do that.

July 02, 2008 11:39 PM  
Anonymous Les said...

Nice dodge. Writing "B.H.Obama" isn't the same thing as writing "B. Hussein Obama" and you know it. You're not foolin' anybody, CJ. While you and I might not care one way or the other that the man's middle name is identical to that of a certain evil dictator who was last seen hanging at the end of a rope, let's be frank - you know full well that many Americans are uncomfortable with it. Your rhetorical play at these concerns is both obvious and laughable, as is your transparent claim of total innocence in the matter.

Weak. I'd expect better from you, CJ. Don't let me down.

July 03, 2008 12:16 AM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

"While you and I might not care one way or the other"

EXACTLY! Maybe you're learning after all. It's THEIR problem if they feel like that not mine and I will not alter my writing because of it. Fight the PC les, fight the PC.

July 04, 2008 3:16 PM  
Anonymous Les said...

Let me ask you this - do you think there's anything morally wrong with owning a Porsche?

July 06, 2008 7:57 PM  
Anonymous Les said...

Well?

July 09, 2008 9:19 PM  
Anonymous ray said...

After reading all the cocmments, you certainly have some sort of people on here. That Tish dame is out of touch.

July 10, 2008 6:24 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

Les, who are you talking to?

July 10, 2008 8:47 PM  
Anonymous Les said...

You.

July 10, 2008 9:32 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

Why would I care if someone owned a Porche? Too small for my 6'1" 200 lb frame :)

July 11, 2008 3:54 AM  
Anonymous Les said...

"Why would I care if someone owned a Porche?"

Exactly. There's absolutely nothing wrong with it in my book, either. Sweet cars, if you ask me.

But the reason I asked is because I wanted to illustrate a point. For years, German-made vehicles were considered taboo in Israel. Still are, to many Israelis. Doesn't mean there's anything wrong with German cars, just means that many Jews have a problem - understandably, I might add - separating the modern German auto industry from that of the mid-20th century that was, by default, part of the Third Reich.

See, it's about context, CJ. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the name Hussein. You know it, I know it, Barack Obama and his supporters know it. At the same time, we ALSO know that the name Hussein has connotations that don't exactly sit well with millions of Americans for obvious reasons, and it would be flat-out naivety to pretend the highlighting of the senator's middle name is anything but a ploy to tap into those negative feelings. As with the German car analogy, how one emphasizes specific features of a product - or a man - with any given audience does, in fact, matter.

This topic isn't - or shouldn't be - partisan bickering, CJ. It's not even an issue that demands liberals take one side of the argument and conservatives the other. It's just common sense. See what I'm sayin'?

July 11, 2008 5:55 AM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

To equate the name Barrack Hussein Obama to the Holocaust that slaughtered 6 million Jews is such a stretch that it makes the analogy worthless and a bit insulting. And by the way, it was never "taboo" to sell German cars in Israel. In fact German cars were always highly sought after in Israel.

July 11, 2008 9:42 AM  
Anonymous Les said...

The lengths to which you go simply to disagree with me is astounding, CJ. This bob-and-weave routine of yours is not only tiresome, it's actually quite sad.

Anyhoo...

First of all, I didn't equate Obama to the Holocaust. Not sure where you got that from. I offered an example of a situation where it's wise to understand the pros and cons of highlighting certain traits of a person or product with each individual audience or demographic. If you can't make that connection, then perhaps I've overestimated your intelligence.

Second, you're just flat out wrong about the attitudes toward German vehicles held by many Jews, even today. That doesn't mean it's an opinion held by everyone, or even a majority, for that matter. Again, I'm simply illustrating the fact that there are Jews who feel quite strongly about the issue, and it's that particular demographic to whom I, if I were a car salesman, would avoid pitching my BMW or Volkswagon lines. See what I'm sayin'?

Check this out real quick:

http://www.radio.cz/en/article/95369

July 11, 2008 7:33 PM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

No bobbing and weaving here, just plain old facts. Which of course democrats and liberals hate. I proved my point with facts and backed it up, you make your point because you FEEL it's true, no facts just feelings. Talk about sad and pathetic. I guess you're just not intellectually capable to understand simple facts. By the way, I guess I should have told Marisa Schved back in high school she shouldn't have been driving that Beamer. But then again thats what you liberals do, pigeonhole everyone into categories. Talk about racist.

July 12, 2008 8:16 AM  
Blogger Capitalist Infidel said...

Most common luxury car sold in Israel? That would be the German auto maker Mercedes. Did you also notice in that article that BMW is the 2nd most popular luxury car in Israel?

Les, it's much too easy to prove you wrong. Next time might I suggest you do your research before you make a fool out of yourself again?

July 12, 2008 8:24 AM  
Anonymous Les said...

And might I suggest you read my comments a bit more closely before you respond? Let's take a better look, shall we?

"For years, German-made vehicles were considered taboo in Israel. Still are, to many Israelis."

Inherent in that statement is the acknowledgement of a long-held stigma that still has a residual effect on many people to this very day. Still don't believe me? Read this other link about the story I referenced earlier (you'll have to copy and paste each line of the link - I'm no good at creating links):

http://www.coxwashington.com
/hp/content/reporters/stories/
2007/09/23/BC_ISRAEL_AUDI_ADV23
_COX.html

CJ, it's obvious that Germany and Israel have made significant economic progress with respect to each other in the decades following the Holocaust. Heck, I even referenced it myself over at my little blog back in September. Check it out:

http://les.f2o.org/2007/09/verschuldung/

What that progress does NOT mean, however, is that those old bitter feelings have completely disappeared among certain demographics of the Jewish population - WHICH IS PRECISELY WHY IT'S RELEVANT TO THIS TOPIC!!! Why must I spell everything out for you?

Again, going back to the "Hussein" thing - you're fine with it, I'm fine with it, most people are probably fine with it. However, you know perfectly well that many people are uncomfortable with the name "Hussein", so again I wonder, why the need to pour salt in an open sore if you don't have to?

Maybe if you'd just stop automatically assuming everything I say is either a lie or wrong, you'd realize I've actually got a valid point to make from time to time. If not, oh well - your call.

July 12, 2008 10:19 AM  

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