ready to take on Pelosi, Frank, and the guy who represents the Houston district NASA is headquartered

Three candidates for the Congress coming out of the Lyndon Larouche Youth Movement.  And I guess we have the question, What would the org do without youtube?  Interesting feedback, seemingly all coming from within Basement Team headquarters.

thbyrnes (2 days ago)  Rachael is attractive, but she is way too stiff at this point.
A rule in Politics:  Everybody is an Elitist except when they are Populist, and vice versa.
Idiots vote (literally, I live in the 4th Dist), she needs to be more likable at their level… they’re never going to understand anything beyond a sound-bite. That is how bail-out Barney got the job, he gets that.
And one word of advice.
Loose the talk about treason and about higher moral issues (at least broad audiences)… stick with the bail-out Barney shtick and hammer the economy and make LaRouche’s ideas her own… (not his) that’s her ticket.
Don’t mention Larouche?  What’s the point of a Larouche ticket unless you keep repeating Larouche’s name over and over again, such as the comments section with this guy.

larouche …
Reid is scum scum
Comment by VoIPpoetry — January 16, 2010 @ 12:13 am

Instant credibility!
MTL911Truth (2 days ago)
It’s great to see LaRouche candidates running for Congress but LaRouche himself should be running for Congress as well. He isn’t going to be President now, and what a great legislator he would make. He would undoubtedly be the greatest mind on the Hill. Please Mr. LaRouche, run for Congress! We need your ideas in there.
Yes.  Represent the various generations.  Three twenty-something year olds to lower the median age, and just to off-set it back to its current marker as Oldest Congress, mr. 8 time presidential candidate.
McWalker25 (2 days ago) Yay, Humanity and LaRouche FTW!!
Regarding Mr. “If I chant his name several times”,
@VoIPpoetry, I can’t make heads or tails of where you are coming from. Are you for LaRouche? Are you against him? If so, why or why not?
Clearly, you think Harry Reid is “scum”, but, again, why do you think so?
Comment by classic14rider — January 16, 2010 @ 12:13 am

Pro LaRouche.

Pro LaRouche.
Harry Reid was the dumbest lawyer in his entire class.
Harry Reid is corrupt and has been caught in dirty land deals with his friends.
Harry Reid slipped in an “in Perpetuity” cluase on page 1020 of the Health care bill.
This means congress can NEVER overrule it.
This is far worse than Hilter or the NAZIs.
2/3 of people oppose this crooked healthcare just like they did the bailouts and NAFTA.
This is NOT representation by politicians anymore.
Comment by VoIPpoetry — January 16, 2010 @ 12:13 am

Worse than the …
Worse than the Nazis? Get a life.
Comment by JBeatty17 — January 16, 2010 @ 12:13 am

Do you have …
Do you have anything of substance to say?
Not even Hitler had “in perpetuity” clauses on his useless eaters program.
You really are out to lunch. Maybe you outta check out some football or something.
Go to LaRouche’s site and read if you are literate. Any objective reader will conclude that Harry Reid is totally corrupt and must be removed prior to the elections.
Comment by VoIPpoetry — January 16, 2010 @ 12:13 am

 I didn’t get very far in watching the press conference.  I saw Harley Schlanger, of the “Larouche Foundation” (???), and my computer sputtered out after a couple of minutes of the great Hope to Defeat Nancy Pelosi.   But I guess the message is always the same:

Conservative protesters achieved their goal of attracting attention to their cause in Conroe Wednesday but drew criticism for their tactic of depicting President Obama as Hitler.
“We’re here to let people know they have a choice between a Hitler or a Roosevelt,” said LaRouche organizer Craig Holtzclaw, referring to Franklin Delano Roosevelt. “We are advocating for a peaceful repudiation of his policies that are bankrupting this country.”

… with that annoying reference to “conservative protesters”.  Just as well, the comments section show everyone skipping past the topic of the Post Office Warrior Team — because there’s not a whole lot worth saying — and heading over to the more significant topic of Sarah Palin.

One odd comment from the Larouche name chanter:
Maybe you outta check out some football or something.
Wait.  Is this guy reading xlcer’s posts at factnet?  The one that referenced the Eagles losing?
Never time for such frivulous bourgeoise pursuits that get in the way of the creating the new Renaissance.  I barely care, but I care just a tad nonetheless.  My prediction a few weeks ago was that the Superbowl would end up the Chargers and the Saints.  For all I know, by the time I post this half of that equation will be scuttled.

If we want to look around for other pieces of Entertainment news for a few minutes of diversion– the “something” in the phrase “check out some football or something”, I am fascinated by the Late Night Television scuttle between the various late night talk show personalities. It is  hard to take seriously, but has inspired these at-times complacent comics to unload some hilarity. 

Here’s this popular Hitler Internet mememade to use from a Conan O’brien fan.
Now, if you look up “Obama” and “Hitler” on youtube, you will find plenty of variations of the theme. (The Republican Party got into a minor kerfufle when one of them was linked to a sanctioned GOP twitter feed.)  I’m not sure why the Larouche Youth Basement Team hasn’t stuck one up themselves.  Maybe it’d be too easily lost in the shuffle, or maybe we’re now stuck moving forward to the three congressional campaigns.

Are the candidates going to be manning the card-table shrines, and if so will their faces be placed on the signage, this for instance?  Or are we just going to see Pelosi and Frank with a Hitler mustache?

Some more things to consider for in these campaigns.

Congressman Ron Paul today endorsed John Dennis in his Republican bid for United States Congress. Mr. Dennis, a successful entrepreneur and longtime liberty-minded GOP activist, is Some more rtunning to unseat Nancy Pelosi in California’s 8th district.  […]
Congressman Paul‘s endorsement comes through his Liberty PAC, a Republican leadership PAC committed to supporting Liberty minded candidates across the country.
Said Liberty PAC director Jesse Benton, “John Dennis is a terrific candidate who is going to ask tough questions like: ‘Why is Nancy Pelosi running up crushing budget deficits?’, “Why has she allowed President Obama to expand the war in Afghanistan?’, and, ‘Why has Nancy Pelosi refused to support transparency and accountability at the Federal Reserve.’ The constituents of California’s 8th district deserve answers to these questions. John Dennis will hold her accountable.”

I don’t really think that John Dennis has much of interest in really even a percent watch — when was the last Libertarian Party candidate who did, and this John Dennis campaign strikes me in that same basic pattern.  But, if you are trying to explode a vote total into the twenty percentile, in Nancy Pelosi’s district, there are issues to hammer where he is “so right, he meets the left” — foreign policy, generalized discontent over party politics and all that, damned them Wall Street Bailouts.
Still, it looks from afar that Mr. Dennis has a clear path to the General election — I imagine the seven percent or thereabouts of Republicans in the district grasp toward some of these Libertarian hot-bed issues, and an aura of anti-authoritarianism in there.

Meanwhile, are the Larouchies deployed in Massachusetts right now, manning those card tables?  If not, why aren’t they?  There’s a major special Senate election between two candidates I wouldn’t much want to see in the Senate.  It’s an an embarrassment for the Democrats, even if, the best case scenario for that Donkey Party prevails and Coakey wins by like eight percentage points.  Surely plopping down there can be presented to everyone as a successful interaction of the “Mass Strike” — seen on display when everyone cheered the Great Escorting Out at the Harry Reid Town Hall Meeting.  Or is the fact that it’s MLK Day getting in the way?
Or is this too other-directed at this late date?
I park this link here, expecting myself to return to it later.  (Not as interesting is this page.  I see dominickseid has found himself a new Lair.)

4 Responses to “ready to take on Pelosi, Frank, and the guy who represents the Houston district NASA is headquartered”

  1. clay barham Says:

    As a nation, we have allowed ourselves to drift too far from our roots, those established when the Pilgrims arrived and when our system was codified by the 19th century Democrats from Jefferson, Madison on to Cleveland, as cited in The Changing Face of Democrats on and We’ve allowed the Old World ideas of Rousseau and Marx to infect our politics through the 20th century Democrats, and now we are paying the price for it. Whether we will regain our proven way again remains to be seen. Whether enough of the electorate will choose the New World way or stay the course being laid down by Obama and become just another nation ruled by the few elite over the wishes of the many with individual freedom a thing of the past is yet to be decided. America proved prosperity comes from freedom, not dictatorship.

  2. Justin Says:

    Ah. Here we go for the Massachussets (or as Coakley spells it “Massachusetts”) Senate race part of the “mass strike”.

    The Portland video is interesting.
    Variation of the “no comments for the press” theme.

  3. Justin Says:


    Awhile ago, I looked at LaRouche websites to see what they were saying about the Obama administration,and honest to God, I could see no difference between the LaRouchies and the teabaggers. Both thought Obama was socialist; both thought …
    Don’t gloat over such a concurence. It’s by design.

  4. Justin Says:

    As I ponder whether or not to bother with a weekly larouche column, I’ll link dump here a couple of items.

    Somewhere in the comments here we have a quick larouchie sell.

    ninjazx12r January 24th, 2010 at 12:09 pm

    This budget commission is similar to the Maastrict Treaty in the EU. It is a way of saving the bankers and austerity for the rest of us. I am sorry to say as an African American liberal economics teacher Obama has turned out to be a monster. This budget committee via executive order is not even constitutional! We must get Summers, Orszag, Geithner, Bernanke, and Rahm Emmanuel out of there within 2 months or we lose our country. It is that bad.. Here is a link on the budget commission.

    Blue Texan January 24th, 2010 at 12:19 pm
    In response to ninjazx12r @ 31

    Linking to LaRouche? What, Prison Planet was unavailable?

    and… I would advise you to be careful with ANY information you get from Lyndon Larouche. The man is nuts. That being said, the country’s not been ‘ours’ for ages now. Money controls all in Washingto
    What is interesting here is that firedoglake is, if you want to go ahead and say larouche is pretending to hold a position of liberal alienation toward Obama on Health Care, the more legitimate stand to that view. So it’s interesting that a “jaborani” is selling their wares at this site.

    investur – January 25th, 2010 at 6:17 pm
    I remember giving two Larouche people $10 at a Chicago airport for some subscription, I never got a thing, lol, this is my way of getting back at the Larouche crowd, by posting this tidbit here.
    investur – January 25th, 2010 at 6:51 pm
    I agree, when I had asked a Larouche youtuber he gave me his Hawaii phone number and said he’d only communicate that way, no emails, no text messages online–so I dumped him.
    splintercell99 – January 25th, 2010 at 9:49 pm
    yeah those guys mean well, but they wont tolerate people not following their ideas all the way down the line. If you dont agree with them you are automatically against freedom/life/ etc

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