Tag Archives: Ocasio-Cortez

SERIOUSLY…….WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? NANCY SHARES HOUSE SEAT!


These two together have been able to do what no two ever could before them; make the world forget about dumb blonde jokes.

Like it or not, Nancy you are not so relevant in your party.  Ocasio-Cortez has swiped your seat of attention.  Dems go running to find out what she has to say following anything you say.   They don’t seek an opinion, AOC has none, just go to hear what spills from her poor ignorant mouth.  You are birds of a feather and share the same Cuckoo Bird’s Nest.

 

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The Democrats newest squawk box.


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It is amazing that this self-proclaimed know-it-all, who was born in the year Reagan ended his final term, pretends to know everything about a president she knows nothing about.  The more she speaks on behalf of the Democratic Socialist Party, the more we learn she is not well-educated on history or economics.

I will not even compare Ocasio-Cortez with President Reagan.  To say they are even extreme opposites would not suffice.   If Reagan were around today, he would chew this socialist bitch to pieces, if he even gave her the time of day.   However, Reagan would be concerned that there are so many Americans curious about her comic moments.

Social media makes it too easy for a moron of this magnitude to receive attention from those standing next to their keyboards to see what crap comes from her mouth next.  It’s just popularity by stupidity.   Stupidity sells, look at Jim Carey.

Where do Marxist ideals lead us — The Daley Gator


Here! Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggests people shouldn’t have kids because of climate change, says it’s a “scientific consensus” that life will be hard for kids AOC takes a shot at Dianne Feinstein, suggests her proposals are “frankly going to kill us”pic.twitter.com/CabK4i0GmS — Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) February 25, 2019

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A lecture from an IDIOT!

REPORT: Ocasio-Cortez raises eyebrows after comparing Trump’s border wall to Berlin Wall — REPORT: Ocasio-Cortez raises eyebrows after comparing Trump’s border wall to Berlin Wall


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MORE DINGBAT NEWS!   Ocasio-Cortez knows nothing about history.   Should do a little homework before she shoots her mouth off!

Dear Senator (Bernie) Sanders, please teach your fellow Socialist that the Berlin Wall was to keep  East Germans (Communist East Germany) from “ESCAPING” into West Germany.  Our border wall would be to keep illegal immigrants along with their drugs and criminals from entering U.S.   (Of course you favor an open border don’t you Bernie?).

READ THIS SECTION OF THE GREEN NEW DEAL DOCUMENT FROM OCASIO-CORTEZ : IT’S AN INVESTMENT NOT AN EXPENSE


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Here below is a section from Cortez’s Green New Deal document.  Written by a true Socialist mind, with less sense than a grade school child.   To sell it; she sounds like a time-share sales person.  It isn’t an expense, it is a “MASSIVE” (HER WORDS) INVESTMENT”; an investment WE would make.   Not going to calling funds gobbling a tax……… nope, an investment.

Read below, just a portion of the document.  Also, here is the link to the document, which I believe Cortez has since removed from her website.  https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/5729035/Green-New-Deal-FAQ.pdf

“Why do we need a sweeping Green New Deal investment program? Why
can’t we just rely on regulations and taxes and the private sector to invest
alone such as a carbon tax or a ban on fossil fuels?
 The level of investment required is massive. Even if every billionaire and
company came together and were willing to pour all the resources at their
disposal into this investment, the aggregate value of the investments they
could make would not be sufficient.
 The speed of investment required will be massive. Even if all the billionaires
and companies could make the investments required, they would not be able
to pull together a coordinated response in the narrow window of time
required to jump-start major new projects and major new economic sectors.
Also, private companies are wary of making massive investments in unproven
research and technologies; the government, however, has the time horizon to
be able to patiently make investments in new tech and R&D, without
necessarily having a commercial outcome or application in mind at the time
the investment is made. Major examples of government investments in “new”
tech that subsequently spurred a boom in the private section include DARPA projects, the creation of the internet – and, perhaps most recently, the
government’s investment in Tesla.
 Simply put, we don’t need to just stop doing some things we are doing (like
using fossil fuels for energy needs); we also need to start doing new things
(like overhauling whole industries or retrofitting all buildings to be energy
efficient). Starting to do new things requires some upfront investment. In the
same way that a company that is trying to change how it does business may
need to make big upfront capital investments today in order to reap future
benefits (for e.g., building a new factory to increase production or buying new
hardware and software to totally modernize its IT system), a country that is
trying to change how its economy works will need to make big investments
today to jump-start and develop new projects and sectors to power the new
economy.
 Merely incentivizing the private sector doesn’t work – e.g. the tax incentives
and subsidies given to wind and solar projects have been a valuable spur to
growth in the US renewables industry but, even with such investment promotion subsidies, the present level of such projects is simply inadequate
to transition to a fully greenhouse gas neutral economy as quickly as needed.
 Once again, we’re not saying that there isn’t a role for private sector
investments; we’re just saying that the level of investment required will need
every actor to pitch in and that the government is best placed to be the
prime driver.”