• Abby

    He’s right. Unless of course they have woken up from their fantasy world.

    • Rattlerjake

      Can’t happen ‘cuz 99% of blacks would be out of work and the ‘gubmint’ would sue for discrimination. Then 90% of state and federal ‘gubmint’ employees, 95% of atheletes, celebrities, and politicians, and 50(+)% of the military would have to be fired. Absolutely great idea when you really think about it, though.

    • jmach11

      I don’t care if they have changed their position or not. They brought about it by electing Obama. They need to suffer the consequences.

    • wiggumc1

      It is good that he is saying this, but Neal Boortz has been saying this for years.

  • NoTeaBaggerI

    And if a business owner has to allow a valued employee to go fight in Bush’s wars, he should fire all the Bush supporters. Right?

    • oldgoatee

      The price is wrong, Bobby…

    • maxwedge

      Hey. NTB(I assume that’s an acronym for Not Too Bright), remind us all; who’s the president right now? The vinyl is old on that record, remember to take it to the curb, would you please?

    • bluejacket472

      (Face palm) You have no viable counterpoint, so you’re just going back to the “blame Bush” again? How about just call all of us “racists?” (Or is that next anyway?)

    • Watching_and_Waiting

      Hey buddy, my dog just pi##ed on Your IQ. It’s your fault that your IQ is at ankle-height. Serves you right for believing whatever the MSM, CNN, MSNBC, and the other Obamma propaganda outlets serve up as information. Next time, get a CLUE before you touch the keyboard.

    • fliteking

      I saw a mushroom in my neighbor’s yard with a higher IQ that you display . . . although you both originate from a pileofshit..

      A HUGE number of Dimocrats voted in favor of the wars . . . . and we’d be oout of both wars by now if a real human (AKA Conservative) were still at the helm.

    • James Andrews

      Fuuny posty, since the democrats supported going into both Afghanistan and Iraq. You people are idiots.

      • jmach11

        The Democrats are also the ones who insisted that we fight a “humane” war – worry more about harming civilians instead of our own soldiers. We should have won both wars in three weeks. Sorry about collateral damage. That is why war should be avoided at all cost. Instead, our leaders have a cavalier attitude toward war.

        • James Andrews

          Good post jmach11-I couldn’t agree more!

        • garysvent

          “Humane war”. Now there’s an oxymoron worthy of the Left.

        • vicki

          There was an old star trek episode about “humane wars”. The writers of the time had the Star Trek crew destroy the computers that “refereed” the wars.

          http://www.startrek.com/database_article/taste-of-armageddon

          When asked by the inhabitants Captain Kirk simply said that he had brought back the horrors of war to remind the leaders why war is to be avoided at all costs.

          http://www.startrek.com/watch_episode/HqaYmv7_wnga

    • Mikebark

      Hmmm Bush told us that Iraq had WMD’s. We ALL agreed we needed to go in and get them. But we didn’t find any. The mantra became ” Bush lied!” Then we were told that the WMD’s that we were after had been taken away to Syria. Recently Syria used WMD’s. I wonder where they got them?Maybe Bush told the truth?

  • Bucky

    Hopefully these small business owner will listen to Dennis Miller let them pay for their lack of being informed. I also feel that before anyone votes, they take a small knowledge of the government test and if they don’t pass they don’t vote. Most have no idea who is even the Vice- President let along anyone in Congress or the Senate.

    • bluejacket472

      The “knowledge of the government…” is exactly what the government does not want. Additionally, they are trying to speed up the uninformed Democrat voter registration by ramming immigration reform down our throats ASAP. It’s a con.

    • PMP Czternastek

      I’d settle for a public school system that taught more civics a more informative news media.

      • guest

        I’D settle for a public school system that simply TAUGHT instead of indoctrinating.

      • John Stratemeyer

        I think that the government ought to get out of education entirely.

        • ginger

          The Constitution has no provision for education, housing . foodstamps, healthcare etc,,,boy how the mighty have fallen…there seems to be no sense of self responsibility now and , like Rome, just give the masses their free bread and circuses and all will be well while the hordes surround the country.

          • tr60

            Wrong. The U.S. Government has been involved in public education since day one:

            http://www3.nd.edu/~rbarger/www7/ord17857.html

          • Real Blacks R Conservative

            You have bought a sweet bill of goods because, as Malcolm X pointed out prior to being killed by the order of LBJ, YOU ARE A CHUMP and a RACE TRAITOR!

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BYVv4LY_KQ

          • tr60

            I have merely presented the indisputable facts of the provision of the Land Act of 1785. The Federal Government has always been involved in education. What you have said makes no sense whatsoever.

          • Patriot

            If only we had the same God-fearing morally upright people in government now as then.

          • tr60

            Ok, I don’t think we will ever see such a generation again, so we struggle on as best we can.

            But it is an entirely different matter, These men wanted public education as widespread as it could be accomplished.

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            Not really For many years the local towns people would hire a teacher in the one room school house to teach basic writing, grammar and math, some history. Usually no more than the 6th-8th grade. The federal government got involved in the 1920s big time to indoctrinate and propagandize the ignorant peasants. Only the very wealthy could afford a higher education.

          • Panors77

            BUT tho……public education still was run and organized by the states and the localities right? There was no NEA then or federal government running everything?

          • tr60

            Neither was there a federal interstate highway, an FCC, an EPA, or Air Force. Things change over time.

          • John Stratemeyer

            My pocket copy of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights is 21 pages long, including 200+ years of Amendments. Contrast that to Obamacare’s 25,000 pages!
            Your point about Rome is well taken. It wasn’t just “bread and circuses” that brought an end to the Empire. It wasn’t only orgies and moral decay that brought it low. The greatest factor in the fall of Rome was inflation. The Empire experienced 5,000% inflation over a 200 year period. They couldn’t pay the army or the navy. That meant that they couldn’t collect taxes, man their frontiers or even maintain their roads. Goodbye Good Life. Hello Huns, Goths, and Visigoths. America is on track to suffer the same fate.

          • tr60

            The other issue was slavery. With so many slaves to do the work there was nothing for the free people to do. To keep them in check the Roman government provided the bread and circuses. The same today, with so many people around the world, willing to work for $4@ day, there is no work for many, many Americans.

          • John Stratemeyer

            Wrong again. Slavery had little, if anything, to do with the Fall of Rome. In the Roman system, slaves were often more like indentured servants. They could, and many did, buy their freedom.
            Roman citizens did not have to pay taxes, which of course, paid the army. As the Empire grew, Roman soldiers who manned garrisons in places like Gaul, settled into the area. They married local women and raised families, crops, and livestock. Despite maintaining their Roman Citizenship, eventually, their loyalty to Rome became secondary to the places that they now called home.
            Roman armies came to be composed more and more of mercenary forces which had no particular loyalty to Rome, rather than of Roman citizens.
            Over time, the Empire extended Roman Citizenship to more and more people who lived further and further away from Rome, which meant that the taxes to pay the armies had to be collected from ever-increasing distances. The mercenary armies became more and more expensive until they were too expensive.

          • Panors77

            Also of course most of Rome’s “slaves” were captured prisoners of war.

          • John Stratemeyer

            True, although the Romans bought slaves from all over the Empire as well. Many of them were purchased because they were craftsmen and artisans whose skills were much in demand and for which many Romans were willing to pay a handsome price.
            As the Republic transformed into the Empire, slaves often were able to maneuver themselves into positions of influence, even of power. The Emperor’s Imperial Guard, for example, were Gauls and Germans who were former POWs picked for their size and intimidating attitude. They could be, and sometimes were king-makers. Many an Emperor, Caligula comes immediately to mind, treated them badly and found themselves the easy target for assassination.

          • rick0857

            Why do you think there are Sooooo many stupid, benign, morally corrupt, pointless reality programs on TV? Or programs that promote homosexual behavior like Glee, Revenge and a host of others? There’s the circus you speak of.

            The idiot masses in America would rather watch American Idol then spend 1 hour a day trying to understand the world around them. And when they don’t have their stupid faces stuck in a TV show they are facebooking or twatting or whatever the hell the idiots do. Or worse, of they play Rambo on a video game and then complain that hey can’t find a job!

          • rick0857

            Oh and I forgot…according to democrats the Constitution DOES have provisions for all the things you mentioned it’s right next to the one that provides the right of women to kill unborn children. Haven’t you read it yet?? It’s in there…………….somewhere.(sarc off)

        • tr60

          The jewel in the crown of our democracy? The expression “pearls before swine” was meant for thinking like yours.

          • garysvent

            If you believe that current education in the US is a “pearl”, you have revealed yourself to be a product of it.

          • tr60

            I’ll concede the crown needs some burnishing, but the jewels and gold are still there.

          • John Stratemeyer

            Really? I take it that you’re calling me a “swine?” Oh-dear-how-that-hurt-boo-hoo.
            Your reference to “our democracy” makes it abundantly clear that you have no idea what you’re talking about. America is not a democracy, but a form of democracy known as a Republic, specifically a Constitutional Republic. That means that we live by the basic law of the land known as the U.S. Constitution (which you really ought to take the time to read). If you had taken a grade school Civics class, even a nincompoop like you could not fail to learn at least that much.

          • tr60

            You’re playing with semantics.

          • John Stratemeyer

            No, I’m giving you the cold, hard, facts. Read the U.S. Constitution. It’s all in there. My pocket copy, including the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, complete with 200+ years of Amendments, is only 21 pages long. The Declaration of Independence takes up another four pages.

      • Ricarrdo estavans

        Don’t hold your breath.

      • Ricarrdo estavans

        How about the people being taught the evil nature of the Central Banking system and the criminals who control us through fiat money. I wont hold my breath.

        • tr60

          So, our money should be tied to precious metal? There isn’t enough gold in the world to handle the world economy!

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            You value gold, silver copper, platinum, palladium and a host of other metals. according to the market value of the exchange of goods and services. . Otherwise the central bankers who control the value of the (toilet) paper money will always control you. If an ounce of gold has to be valued at $35 or $35,000 (supply and demand), so be it. Precious metals in a civil society has always held intrinsic value. If society becomes totally uncivilized perhaps bullets and bartering for food will have more intrinsic value. Its basic economics 101. Hard currency has always held its “value”. Toilet paper money has been inflated, deflated at the whim of the ruling class.

          • tr60

            Yeah, and then you’ll find Murphy’s Golden Rule: He who has the gold, makes the rules. Tying your money two precious metals has it’s own problems. This what William Jennings Bryant meant in his “Cross of Gold” speech.

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            No such thing or place called utopia . Remember the big “D” word. Diversify. Every country that attempted to back their paper money with precious metals has been subjected to invasion, or assassination of their leaders. If precious metals have no value to a society why would the central bankers of the world fund the elimination of such societies.?

      • JoJo58

        Problem is they have rewritten everything. It’s up to US to find materials and teach our kids ourselves. We also need to fight back about homeschooling.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      Politicians need to be given a “test” before they can run for or assume Office.

      • Ricarrdo estavans

        If that was the case Clinton or Obama would not even be allowed as a civil servant for their treasonous activity.

      • KDS

        Lie detector test!

        • Phillip_in_TX

          You will get a kick out of this. Johnny Carson did a skit about a politician being hooked up to a “lie detector.”

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbWI9xIGba4

          • Rafael

            Let’s hook Obama to that machine!!! I bet the buzzer will burn!!!

          • KDS

            Totally liked it!

      • Igor

        Who issues the test?

        Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

        • Phillip_in_TX

          Certainly NOT “Common Core” or any of the other companies that do testing for the schools. How about a committee of “U.S. Citizens?”

          • Panors77

            “common core” is doing MORE than testing. They need to be stopped.

        • KDS

          Well let’s see who’s head of the Justice dept. anyway? ha ha

        • tr60

          Very good point!

      • Panors77

        Here’s the litmus test for the presidency already on the books since 1787……..is the candidate a “natural born citizen”, of at least 35 years of age and residing in the USA? Birth certificate proof of “natural born” must be provided before any ablilty to get onto our ballot.

    • stonemike

      There should be responsibility attached to the ACT of VOTING! No one who has not paid income taxes in TWO YEARS should vote! Letting the WELFARE SECTOR vote and influence our govt as much as working , productive Americans is wrong and it amounts to allowing people to “write checks” on a bank where they have no money! Of course there are “full exemptions ” for retirees who have supported our great nation by working and contributing “all their lives”! There should be a BASIC GOVT AWARENESS TEST that all prospective voters should take and if the test is failed, the voters should be supplied the answers to give them at least a rudimentary idea of how their votes will affect govt! VOTER ID SHOULD BE STRICTLY ENFORCED! These efforts are small compared to the time many people invest in order to live FREE OFF OTHER AMERICANS!

      • ginger

        Gosh, that means some members of Congress and the bureaucrats can;t vote!! Sounds like a plan to me.

        • diablo135

          That wouldn’t have affected Supreme Leader Barakas Obamas. He barely voted either as a state or national senator.

          • ginger

            Exactly so.

          • tr60

            He voted over 4,000 times, over 8 years in the Illinois Senate. If you are outraged over the 129 times he voted “present” only shows you do not understand the Illinois legislative process. A “present” is, in effect, a “no” vote

            http://www.factcheck.org/2008/09/obamas-legislative-record/

          • diablo135

            As a life long Chicagoan who has worked on dozens of
            campaigns on the state level since it’s my job, I think I can safely say I have a bit of experience.

            First of all, he didn’t serve his full second term, he
            resigned. When he was in office he was either on a book tour or campaigning for the US Senate. During his career in the Illinois senate, Barack Obama avoided
            making controversial votes approximately 130 times — which is much higher than
            average. Rather than vote “yea” or “nay” on the legislation
            in question, Obama on those occasions simply voted “present.” Yes, in the Illinois state senate, this was the equivalent of a “nay” vote when tallying up support or opposition to a given bill. But, as David Freddoso
            (he’s a political commentator and
            journalist) points out:
            “For rhetorical purposes, a ‘present’ vote is
            different in that critics and journalists must discuss it differently. For example, Barack Obama did not vote against a bill to prevent pornographic book
            and video stores and strip clubs from setting up within 1,000 feet of schools and churches — he just voted ‘present.’ Obama voted ‘present’ on an almost
            unanimously passed bill to prosecute students as adults if they fire guns on
            school grounds. He voted ‘present’ on the partial-birth abortion ban and other
            contentious issues …”

            Many of his votes were also when they already had
            overwhelming democratic support. All of this means, that in the end he didn’t take a stand on anything and took the easy way out.

            PS – Contrary to popular opinion, factcheck.org is not as bipartisan as everyone thinks. They lean way to the left.

      • tr60

        Since “corporations are people”, how will you deal with companies like GE, which didn’t pay a dime in income tax?

        • Mickey D

          GE is an Obama trick. Like Ford Credit and Ford Motor. See Obama on that BS!

        • garysvent

          Make paid lobbying illegal.

          • tr60

            I will GO with THAT!

        • stonemike

          Believe me, under the “return to basics” I would institute, the criminals at GE would pay taxes! Immelt might even pay with a little jail time! By the way, if you have a Wal Mart Credit card you are paying GE, they are actually the carriers of the cards, I TORE MINE UP!

          • tr60

            Hear! Hear! (as the Brits are wont to say!)

        • rick0857

          Talk to the Ayatollah Obama about that. GE didn’t have to pay taxes they financed the Ayatollah’s first campaign.

      • Ricarrdo estavans

        Hey Stonedmike you nailed it.

      • rick0857

        What about guys like me, you know, the Veterans, who have been shot at in anger in defense of this great Nation? Do we not get a vote…or should we get TWO!

        • stonemike

          My idea is just a rough draft to stop ‘mooches and thieves” from controlling our voting process! If you are a “vet” and dont work, I assume you are legitimately disabled” and would come under the heading of ‘patriots who have worked and contributed , instead of sitting around playing computer games , eating off real, legal Americans with ‘pride and work ethic”!

          • rick0857

            Gotcha, Mike I’ve been saying the same thing for years and the test I’ve always proposed is the most simple of all.
            Ask three questions all of which MUST be answered correctly to receive a ballot.
            1) Who is the Governor of your State
            2) Name both of your U.S. Senators
            3) Name your representative in the House
            Every welfare rat would fail this simple test as well as 90% of people who vote Democrat.

          • stonemike

            Im talking in generalities, but loyal Americans like you and I must become organized! We must not let minute details separate us , the most important thing is to remove “socialists” from govt and our schools! The American people have every right (and responsibility) to remove “authoritarian govt” when take on the role of RULERS, instead of adhering to the will of real, legal Americans!

        • VT Patriot

          Yep, just don’t try to go to a war memorial. You could wind up in jail.

          • rick0857

            It wouldn’t be the first time for defending Liberty and freedom

      • tr60

        well, let’s see…my 18 year-old son had not paid income taxes – ever before he voted. Your proposition would effectively negate the 26th amendment, which would be unconstitutional, which you wouldn’t want to do, would you?

        What you want to do is unconstitutional in all its content! Your “BASIC GOVT AWARENESS TEST” sounds like the constitution test I had to pass to get out of high school. I hope it’s still required.

        As for your voter id laws, even Bush’s AG’s couldn’t find enough fraud to take action on. Still, he fired ‘em.

        • stonemike

          BS—if millions of illegals can sign up to draw housing free, SSI monthly, and food stamps endlessly, you really believe they dont vote! My ideas arent law, just merely an outline for an attempt to keep non producers from ruining America! Besides I intend to target “welfare mooches” and I just instinctively am wary of folks like you who immediately attack any effort to inject responsibility or integrity into our governmental policies! Instead of attacking any effort to put Americans to work and illegals back in Mexico, you should realize any effort to put political power back in the hands of “working, contributing “Americans would be fought “tooth and mail” by the “commie” left wing machine!

        • VT Patriot

          My ex wife has been collecting SSI for every year since she was about 40 (over 25 years). Disability?? Alcohol and drugs. I still work, still pay SS tax, and she has collected more of it than I ever will. And I’m in my 70s.

    • Ricarrdo estavans

      People should be taught the history, purpose and evil nature of the Central Banking ruling class. I wont hold my breath. The masses have always enjoyed their own enslavement. That’s their comfort zone. They have been institutionalized like convicts serving long prison sentences.

    • 7papa7

      I agree totally with Miller. It is a great idea. Let these clowns reap what they have sewn.

    • ONTIME

      I want biz to push harder and exemplify the reasons for free market and capitalism and why freedom of choice makes all boats rise….if the BO supporters want to remain behind then let them drown….

  • Leo Sebastian

    Hey NTB , just get lost . Your crap is 5 years old .

  • darkcyder

    in many businesses, that could have a largely racist tint…

  • SOCIALISM-MUST-GO!

    AFCA=Ponzi scheme, and yet another one put on the American clueless, those of you who voted for it ……hope you love it!

    • ginger

      It is not about healthcare…it is about CONTROL.

      • SOCIALISM-MUST-GO!

        That’s a given , everything our gov does is about control!

  • Watching_and_Waiting

    TOTALLY AGREE!!!!!! Fire obama supporters. It is they who gave us this monstrosity. So be a man (or “womyn”) about it!!! “Pull together” buddy. Take one for the Obama Team!! You voted for him, his policies cost jobs, so your job will be one of those costs. As the Dems love to say: “ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES”. The election of Barrack HUSSEIN Obama has the DARKEST, stinkiest, nastiest consequences for America, and for freedom lovers in the world, that any election will ever have.

  • jeepdude911

    Sounds like a plan!

  • getthelibsout

    this needed to be stated?….just good common sense….give em hell dennis

  • bull57

    The lawyers will be lined up for that one, but I agree! Your daddy did it not me!!!

  • fliteking

    I agree with Miller and would take it a step further, I’d find any reason to fire Obama Lovers and would even hire a PI to do background checks on future employees . . . Democrat? No job for you!

    • joshuasweet

      charge Obama with Treason and that way you can get them all equally.

      • tr60

        Charge away, but unless you can prove it you are “bearing false witness.”

        • Patriot

          I’d say that, since the Constitution defines treason as aiding and giving comfort to our enemies, obama supplying Al Qaeda with weapons is treason, and that can be and has been proven. Catch up.

          • tr60

            Will you dig up Reagan and prosecute him for the Iran-Contra weapon sales? Going after Daddy Bush would be fine, hanging Dick Cheney would be most excellent!

    • Jim T

      A lot of democraps would welcome that. They can live on food stamps, medicare, WIC, free toilet paper… Why work when the government will take care of you from cradle to grave.

      • tr60

        You ever try to live on SNAP? It works out to $1.42 per person, try feeding your family on that, you’ll have a revolt under your own roof.

        • garysvent

          Guess that proves it’s a worthless program and ought to be discarded. As usual, socialism at “work”, doesn’t.

          • tr60

            You wouldn’t know socialism if Marx smacked you upside the head with a hammer and Lenin slapped you in the ass with a sickle.

          • garysvent

            An infinite number of monkeys at an infinite number of typewriters (or keyboards) will eventually produce something of merit …. oops! Not yet!

          • tr60

            Lemme know when you run out of ribbon.

        • rick0857

          Really??? Shows how little you know. I personally know single BLACK MALES over 21 who are able bodied and can work who receive $180.00 per month in food stamps.

          I’m a disabled Veteran who doesn’t get food stamps and even I don’t spend that much every month on food for myself. And I have my food delivered to my door!

          • tr60

            For $180 a month?!!! Do tell me where! I can’t get out of Sam’s for less than $300, and that’s without booze and cigarettes.

    • John Stratemeyer

      It’s your money. If that’s what floats your boat, make life as miserable for them as you can!

    • tr60

      What Miller, and you, are proposing is highly offensive to our democratic ideals of free thought and political practice. How would you like your ideas turned on YOU?

      • Patriot

        Like calling patriotic Americans who believe in God and the principles of freedom “terrorists?” Part of the “democratic ideals” you claim to love is being able to live with the consequences of one’s beliefs that guide one’s life. Getting fired for supporting anti-American ideas should be just the tip of the iceberg. And it’s not free thought, it’s free SPEECH.

        • tr60

          No, but it could get your business boycotted. Just ask Papa John how well his ideas have worked out.

      • Rudy McGillvray

        How would I like those “ideals” turned on me? I’d love it, that would mean that I would have had the money to invest in America, instead of paying some non-elected individual’s salary to tell me what to do with MY money

      • rick0857

        Again we are a Republic with democratically elected representatives. The election of reps is the only part of democracy we subscribe to…unless you’re a liberal who has no understanding of our Constitution.
        In case no one has ever told you a Democracy is two wolves and one sheep deciding what to have for dinner.

        The Founding Fathers gave the SHEEP A GUN!!!!

      • fliteking

        Dennis Miller. you OK? (rhetorical)

        The ‘ideals” you have referenced have used against me since age 17. I have been passed over, have had food and clothing taken off my families table and other wise been bad mouthed by the MSM and the public at large because I am a white male. Tell me, why is that OK?

        Silence. I thought so.

        • tr60

          No, your comment has great merit. I too, have had employment, promotion, and money taken from me. I spent 10 years working in a government office that was run by, what brother officer of African descent described as, a “Black Mafia”. It was affirmative action run amok and they ran the office as a personal fiefdom.

          It was galling to watch people of no talent, education or experience, but close relations, get promotions after 2 years and continue to move up the chain. It took me NINE years despite a college education (that I paid for), being a National Merit Scholar, and a plethora of experience (I was an old farm-boy and a host of other descriptions). My only relation with the powers-that-be was “bad”. I suppose it had something to do with my accusations of nepotism, cronyism, and vendettas against all enemies which was anybody not in the first two groups.

          The real tragedy was that numerous people of outstanding abilities, who needed no other definitions than their talents, would walk in, look around, and realize that they weren’t part of the tribe either and walk out for bigger and better things.

          Yet, I believe in the ideals of America. I persist in my career knowing it is a constant irritant to their perception of “good order.” In recent years I have had to endure two infernal affairs investigations that only succeeded in proving that I am an honest man and they are a pack of idiots.

          There is much that is wrong but one must correctly identify the individuals responsible and not blame whole classes of people that you have branded your enemies, or you will make ALL of them your enemy and the solution will not be achieved.

          • fliteking

            “There is much that is wrong but one must correctly identify the individuals responsible and not blame whole classes of people”

            We are much on the same page, that said, the above approach has only made the true racists stronger in their position. It is time to be heard, and heard clearly.

            (Excuse poor typing, eye surgery yesterday . . . out of pocket since I do no accept entitlements nor do I qualify)

  • setemfree

    I agree. Fire anyone that would want a pedophile Muslim in charge of our country.

    • PMP Czternastek

      I’ll go on the record as being against any pedophile serving in public office. As for the Muslim part…I hear people usto discriminate against Catholics (like me) in this country. Some guy got a whole country behind the idea of disappearing their Jewish population about 100 years ago. I’m not into hating on over a billion people world-wide because of their religion. For the record President Obama is neither of those things. You missed Kenyan btw.

      • Patriot

        That would be ok if islam were a religion. It’s not.

      • tr60

        Odd how 10 people could disapprove of your statement.

  • PMP Czternastek

    I am pretty sure that this is advising an irresponsible course of action that would open the employer up to litigation. While the employer is free to ask that political discussion stay out of the work place to make this the deciding factor when keeping or firing someone (their actions/speech away from and independent of work) sounds not legal.

    Further if someone suggested that employers ought to not hire people that support the 2nd amendment for whatever reason I do not think as many of you would support it.

    I am all for a real discussion of what is wrong and how to fix it. Most of us won’t agree 100% with the next person, but its all about finding the common ground we can all with live and then leaving each other the hell alone…except on these awesome forums! Take care all.

    • houdini1984

      There’s a big difference between choosing to hire or fire someone based on that person’s beliefs about the right to bear arms and making those same decisions based on a person’s active hostility toward your business. In this case, Obama supporters have been quite vocal about their belief that employers are greedy, selfish, capitalist pigs trying to oppress the “working class” (as though entrepreneurs are not actually working).

      If one of my employees supports ideas that actively harm my business, how could you possibly expect me to fire one of his co-workers just to keep the malcontent on the payroll? Why should he not enjoy the fruits of those policies he has foisted upon me?

      Oh sure, you wanted to raise my taxes. You wanted to kill my company health care plan and hurt your co-workers. You wanted to enact new EPA regulations to add to my costs and limit my business growth. Yeah, that deserves a reward…

      • PMP Czternastek

        Since President Obama won the popular vote I think its impossible to generalize the millions of them with any statement, let alone the one you made.

        Its incorrect and illegal to fire someone for their speech and beliefs outside of the workplace regardless as to how the employer feels about them. If the person is an otherwise productive member of the business its not relevant how they vote (in fact that is why it is a secret ballot, so no one ought to feel any pressure or fear of retribution). Public discussions are had in public and are necessary for the health of our Republic and are protected free speech under the first amendment.

        McDonalds cannot fire a worker that supports a politician campaigning on raising the minimum wage. For Example.

        Under our system you are free to spend your money campaigning for your beliefs, you are free to run for office, you are free to close up shop because of the odious demands the community makes upon your business, you are free do do a lot of things, but punish someone for their vote isn’t one of them.

        • 1Hoss

          “…. I think its impossible to generalize the millions…”
          You don’t have to generalize, that’s the platform of Obama and the modern democrat party. Many states are at-will states: you don’t have to give someone a reason for their dismissal, you can just state you’re downsizing if you want to say anything at all. Only an idiot would outright say it was because of politics….especially since that would mean repercussions by the Obama admin. IRS audit, anyone?

          • PMP Czternastek

            If you let someone go without a reason you do have to pay their unemployment. Even in the at-will states.

          • jmach11

            That is true, but it is far less than that employee’s paycheck.

        • Stephen Bennett

          You really are quite stupid, aren’t you.

          • PMP Czternastek

            not as stupid as some, sir.

        • houdini1984

          Nice try, but no cigar. There was no false generalization there – only the one you manufactured in your mind.

          Yes, Obama supporters have been quite vocal in their support for this President, and his rhetoric focuses on those things I noted. You may disagree with him, but that does not change what he espouses or the fact that tens of millions of his supporters continue to toe his line.

          Your opinion as to how a business owner should conduct himself is nonsensical. Moreover, you should take note of the fact that I never advocated for business owners to punish anyone for their votes. I simply recognize that we all have a right to do those things that are best for our businesses, including ridding our enterprises of those who actively work against our profitability.

          You want to vocally advocate for my paying higher taxes? You want to loudly proclaim that I should be forced to reduce my profitability so that your pet healthcare law can work? That’s fine; you have a right to do so. You can also expect, however, that when your choices result in me being forced to reduce my labor force to remain in business, you will be among the first to go.

          In those circumstances, you should actually be proud to be let go. Since you advocated for those policies, you should have no problem throwing yourself on your own sword when the inevitable effects of your decisions begin to manifest.

          Finally, your entire argument is a waste of time and effort. None of us will ever say that your politics are why you are being fired. You’ll just be another nameless, faceless casualty of liberal stupidity, unwittingly forced to eat your own bad cooking. Cheers!

          • PMP Czternastek

            Should you “just let someone go” you pay the freight of unemployment insurance.

            Honestly I find your arguments vapid and without a basis in reality, but based in some childish notion that you should always get your own way in a society.

          • houdini1984

            “Honestly I find your arguments vapid and without a basis in reality”

            Of course you do – as I find yours. That’s the beauty of our Republic, isn’t it? I am free to think that leftists should have to own the consequences of their own actions and you are equally free to believe that I should pay for their stupidity. What you are not free to do, however, is to actually make me employ those who are actively participating in a process that makes my business more difficult to operate.

            As for this “childish notion that you should always get your own way in a society”, you’ve perfectly described every leftist I have ever encountered. You see, that is the fundamental difference between the effects of our respective political positions. Leftist policies are so popular that they have to be enforced by the coercive efforts of an all-powerful government. Lefties want what they want and they are perfectly happy to enlist government agents to enforce their selfish desires. For my part, I ask only that you leave me alone – something that in no way affects you other than to deny your right to exercise control over my life.

          • Arizona_Don

            You are absolutely correct in your statement. I ran three successful businesses in my lifetime. Although all have the right to free speech I have the right to protect my business against anyone I believe may be detrimental to my business. Furthermore, I have the right to let an employee, any employee, go.

            However, you are arguing with a liberal progressive democratic at least that mind set, you will make no difference in his perception of your point. Therefore, it seems to me you are wasting your time. He may be one of the problems within our society, in any case he is not a part of a solution. I suggest you do not waste your time.

          • houdini1984

            Thanks, Don. I do recognize just how difficult it can be to get through to any Regressive, but I still think the effort is worth the time. It is important that conservatives spend time arguing their positions, so that those beliefs are not simply lost in the confused fog of Regressive propaganda. Their side has to rely on our silence to be effective, since the Big Regressive Lie loses potency when it encounters rational thought.

          • Arizona_Don

            I also think we should argue our side and not just give up. I just want you to know (in case you didn’t) how exasperating it can be. I learned about four years ago when it comes to liberal regressive (depressive) democrats after going back and forth a couple times from there on it is probably a waste of time. It is not possible to reason with an unreasonable person. In any case I don’t think any of us should just give up, just recognize who we can make headway with and who we can’t. When facts are presented and they stay on their talking points they may have seen on TV I know I’m wasting my time. Expanded gun control laws is a good example.

          • houdini1984

            Too true! They are indeed a stubbornly foolish lot that often seem incapable of anything more than parrot-like recitation of their daily talking points. Even so, I just find myself incapable of allowing even one of them to get in the last word – since I would hate for a less informed person to see my opponent’s last spittle of regurgitated nonsense and assume that I had no logical reply.

          • Arizona_Don

            Good luck, you may need it.

            I was such a glutton for punishment I went to liberal sites like move on dot ord and tried to convert them, hard to tell if any of it worked. Sometimes I’d have several gang up on me but I liked that. Because I knew they were reading what I wrote and as long as I stuck to facts and not personal criticism I knew I could win. It actually may have worked on some because after a while they quit responding and criticizing me personally. Or maybe they just though I was a lost cause as far as converting me.

          • houdini1984

            Could be they thought you were a lost cause. Could be that they simply grew weary of trying to maintain a high level of feigned outrage in the face of your calm, lucid style. It’s tough to maintain their level of emotional zeal over long periods of time – and once the emotion has evaporated, few of them have any other weapons in their arsenals.

          • Arizona_Don

            Right. Have a nice day and keep up the good work!

          • houdini1984

            You too! And thanks for the intelligent conversation.

          • Ewade

            I want to frame that. Perfect response! Bravo!

          • houdini1984

            Thank you. It’s high past time we stopped playing patty-cake with these regressive fools.

    • The_Frog_Prince

      I think you don’t run a business.

      • PMP Czternastek

        Manage the production of a bakery. So no, plus its under 50 employees so its a very small business.

        • Stephen Bennett

          Manage, not own. So you really do not know anything about the ultimate price a business OWNER must pay.

          • PMP Czternastek

            other than talking directly with them, no. They are a married couple that both support Obama and Obamacare (The Affordable Care Act). I do like to discuss affairs of the day with those around me after all. Not everyone is cookie cutter sir, everyone is a little different at least.

          • gatorbait51

            And of course, they will put their money where their mouths are , right? Or will they act as typical nihilistic progs?

          • PMP Czternastek

            I’m not sure what you are talking about but, we have had affordable insurance offered to us (optional) the entire time I have worked there (2006 to present) and not only did we get a refund the first year, but this year was less expensive than expected. So we are not experiencing any awful downsides just yet from the ACA.

          • gatorbait51

            The operative word is “yet”

            What’s the name of this bakery so I know not to give it my business?

          • Ewade

            Do they know you’re screwing around on the internet while on their clock?

        • Ewade

          So that’s why you’re all puffed up and full of it.

    • Dale Patterson

      It’s too late to think that way… When Bill Clinton got elected, I was the black sheep where I worked… They did everything they could to get me to leave…

      When I started my own business, I made sure I kept my mouth shut about politics… Until I began to see the progression of events that started in 2006… Then I started talking to people who were already in conversation about liberal policy and how good it is… I quickly begin to notice the change and intolerance coming from liberals in that respect…

      The immediate change in direction that has occurred due to liberal thought processes and capricious spending have caused this country to go ass backwards… And those people who I performed work for, and who were suspected of Highly liberal policies became non clients… not by my attitude or my actions, but by their disdain ain for my conservatism…

      You see, the one thing liberals excel at is in tolerance and cheating… That is what they think is their right to do… And you will never change that ideology… They’re like spoiled children who cannot play well with others unless it’s all about them…

      there is no room in any small business that intends to grow for that kind of behavior…

      • gatorbait51

        They don’t excel at tolerance at all. Look at your experiences.

        • garysvent

          He meant intolerance. Re-read.

          • gatorbait51

            Got it, my error. Thanks

    • Arizona_Don

      This president, barack obama, is not the actual problem in this country. He is not what we really have to be worried about although he is so to speak “the head of the snake.”. The real problem is those who now support him. There could have been an excuse for supporting him in 2008. It could have been that millions just voted for him because he was running as a democrat. Of course it could also have been because he is black. Or it could have been all the pent up hate for his predecessor, we may never know for sure. However, now there is no secret what his goals and intentions are. For obama to have even a 37% approval rating at this time is puzzling at best. No president has ever in the history of this nation been so personally secretive while committing so many impeachable acts and been allowed to continue on as if no one cares and nothing happened. While obama thinks he is very bright (smartest guy in the room syndrom) he uses ignorance as an excuse for his inaction (more accurately ignorant incompetence). The statements; I learned about that at the same time and in the same way you did, I was not aware of that along with I do not recall that, seem to he the by word of this corrupt administration. Should we, the voting citizens, not be asking how is this happening? Are we so politically correct we take as truth the statements from a compulsive liar? Or do we just look the other way while he destroys both our Constitutional Republic and our constitution right along with taking our liberties and transforming our free enterprise system? Have we become such cowards we no longer find it desirable to protect and defend our once great nation. Anyone who calls themselves a patriot and loves this country cannot continue to support someone intent on fundamentally transforming it into something no one asked for, no citizen desires and few if any will accept peacefully.

      • Ewade

        Let us not forget John McCain calling the US a democracy. He doesn’t know we’re a Constitutional Republic after 30 years in office? Let’s fire him too, eh?

        • houdini1984

          Fire McCain? In the words of Jean Luc Picard:

          “Make it so!”

        • Arizona_Don

          I’m with you there!

    • gene456

      Nope, there’s nothing legally the employee can do. In most places, it’s employment at will, and a small business can get rid of someone at any time for any reason.

      Sorry, Obama lover! ROTFLMAO!!!

    • Ewade

      Fire them all at once and they can’t claim they were singled out for their politics.

    • garysvent

      You think this sort of thing doesn’t happen already? Just because some bureaucrat tut-tuts over a company’s practices doesn’t mean the business doesn’t discriminate. They HAVE TO discriminate when hiring; they’re looking for the best, and to avoid the worst.

  • BUNIJA

    GR8 POST DENNIS MILLER

  • Troy Berkely

    Hey if the IRS can target Conservatives and groups, auditing them and then denying them of nonprofit status, then it should be OK for employers to target progressives so they can fire them. Turn about is fair play, and IMO, would send a even bigger message of protest!

    • tr60

      Why is it fair when many organizations are violating the rules of non-profit status and many hard-working Americans are exercising their right to free political thought?

      • Troy Berkely

        Because the same hard-working American citizens who you so lovingly speak of are the ones being targeted by this administration for exercising their right to free political thought. Have you been living in cave these past months, or are you another one of those people who likes complicity for no other reason than to serve up plausible denial to all who may descent? Are these organizations you speak of that are abusing the non-profit status, conservative groups? Cite your sources!

  • Ray – Jesus is the Son of God.

    Below Is a Snapshot of the U.S. Economy Under President Obama, As of September 2012

    • 23,136,000 Americans are unemployed, underemployed, or have stopped looking for work.

    • 12,544,000 Americans are unemployed.

    • 8,031,000 Americans are underemployed, working part-time but seeking full-time work.

    • 5,033,000 workers have been unemployed for 27 weeks or longer.

    • 1,043,000 construction jobs have been lost since President Obama took office.

    • 582,000 manufacturing jobs have been lost since President Obama took office.

    • The unemployment rate when President Obama took office was7.8%. Under Obama, the country experienced 43 consecutive months of unemployment above 8% (though the administration predicted that the January 2009 passage of the stimulus bill would keep unemployment from ever reaching 8%, and would reduce it to 5.4% by 2012).

    • The nation’s labor-force participation rate is 63.5%, the lowest level since 1981.

    • Had the labor-force participation rate remained steady since President Obama took office, the official unemployment rate would now be 11.2%.

    • The government’s official unemployment rate does not include those unemployed individuals who have entirely given up looking for work (and thus have dropped out of the job market); nor does it include the underemployed—i.e., those with part-time jobs who rare seeking full-time employment. The most significant unemployment-related statistic, known as the U-6 figure, does factor these two important categories of individuals into the equation. When these workers are included, the U-6 un/underemployment rate stood at 14.7% as of September 2012.

    • Between January 2009 and September 2012, median gasoline pricesnationwide more than doubled, from $1.84 per gallon to $3.85 per gallon. (Note: In 2008, Obama’s energy secretary, Steven Chu, advocated steep rises in gasoline prices as a means of coaxing Americans into being more fuel-efficient and purchasing green energy cars: “Somehow we have to figure out how to boost the price of gasoline to the levels in Europe”—i.e., approximately $10 per gallon. In March 2011, Chu reiterated his support for high gasoline prices.)

    • Throughout the 2012 presidential campaign, President Obama hasclaimed credit for “creating 4.5 million new jobs.” But “jobs created” is only half of the equation; the other half is “jobs lost.” When both figures are considered, the Obama presidency has overseen a net jobs gain of just 325,000. As Washington Post Fact Checker Glenn Kesslerputs it, “Obama is on track to have the worst jobs record of any president since World War II.”

    http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCategory.asp?id=1791#Economy

    • tr60

      ” Between January 2009 and September 2012, median gasoline prices nationwide more than doubled, from $1.84 per gallon to $3.85 per gallon.”

      That is the most BOGUS statistic. In January 2009 the economy just about cratered, the previous months saw 800,000 jobs a MONTH disappear and you failed to mention that in july of 2008 gasoline was over $4@gal. Since he took over the value of the Dow has doubled, the NASDAQ tripled.

  • Ray – Jesus is the Son of God.

    Fire all Obama supporters.

    • usorthem3

      Why are you stalking me? Do you have plans to kill me?

  • parlayer

    Dennis is always Spot on. “You grew it, you chew it”

  • James Andrews

    For once I am proud of this man, and he is correct. We must rid the earth of these idiots, or we are all doomed to slavery via this corrupt administration.

    • houdini1984

      It’s not just this administration; it’s all Democratic administrations and Congresses. As a Party, they remain as committed to slavery now as they were in the 1860s. Their goals never change – only the means by which they attain control.

      • James Andrews

        Thanks Houdind1984 for the suport. I feel like I am outgunned by the lefty idiots that seem to be everywhere today. All of the evidence points to the failures of big government and out of control socialism worldwide(especaily economically), yet these morons still refuse to see the truth.

        • houdini1984

          You’re welcome. Don’t lose hope, James – you are not alone. It may sometimes feel like it at times, but rest assured that there are tens of millions of others who share your views.

          We know that big government doesn’t work and that socialism is nothing more than a Utopian dream built on the charred and broken bones of hundreds of millions of murdered people around the world. Because of that knowledge, it’s easy to get frustrated when the Regressives continue to argue on behalf of policies that have always failed to uplift humanity. We just have to continue to educate our fellow citizens and trust that at least some of them will eventually see the light.

          • James Andrews

            Thanks Houdini….please keep posting! You are correct about the genocide. It has always been the communists/socialists who were behind it! It’s sad that so many Americans are so uneducated that they refuse to see these facts and realities.

          • houdini1984

            You keep posting too!

    • ginger

      Only if WE let it happen..time to fight back and know for whom you are voting…vet carefully for yourself…the Rinos want those who are standing for us to go away…time to clean house..all three of them…oh yes , and the Supreme Court.

      • James Andrews

        Agreed Ginger-good post. I agree-the RINOS need to go as well.

  • Raymond Michael Borland

    Half the voters are stupid , ignorant or high school dropouts or getting more back from government than they pay in. In fact, they probably are paying no Federal Income taxes at all. These are Obama’s supporters. Many dead people and nonexistent people voted for him. In 15 Philadelphia districts 100% of all registered voters voted for Obama. Do you really believe this wasn’t a rigged election? How about the districts where 125% of registered voters all voted for Obama? Obama uses every opportunity to reward his supporters and cronies with our money stolen from us at gun point by the government.

    • houdini1984

      “Do you really believe this wasn’t a rigged election?”

      Shame on you. How dare you suggest that we disenfranchise millions of dead Democrat and illegal alien voters.

      • tr60

        And where were these people in the 2004 election? Did they just magically resurrect for ’08 and ’12?

        • houdini1984

          Oh, I’m sure they were around then as well, Two things hurt Kerry, however:

          1) He was far less appealing to those demographic groups – which is odd, considering that he actually looks to be dead himself…
          2) The evangelicals actually showed up to the polls – as did strong conservatives.

          Now, we should also keep in mind that many of the dead Democrats may have actually been live Republicans in 2004. That happens a lot in modern politics: living people with active brains vote Republican – and then become Democrats once they die and their brains cease to function.

          Be of good cheer!

      • Raymond Michael Borland

        houdini1984, your right. I have no problem with dead blacks and hispanics voting 125% for Obama. It just infuriates me when dead white people vote. I don’t want to be a racist, God forbid.

        • houdini1984

          Muahahaha! I couldn’t agree more.

  • Frederick Kaludis

    I was forced to close my Business due to Obamacare that’s 52 jobs gone. I’m so much happier on welfare. Dennis is right fire them all.

  • Obamaroid_Ointment

    Neal Boortz beat Dennis to it, he was saying companies that had to dump employees should fire Obama supporters first 5 years ago, just sayin’.

  • CrustyOldGeezer

    Any time you buy gas and see an ‘obama’ bumper sticker, take the time and walk over and just say “THANKS for the higher gas taxes and everything else your vote did to this country.”

    Be polite but firm.

  • The Bob

    Dennis has it, they, those that voted for Obama and back him, did not check him out before they voted, what was his record in Ill and the senate, voting present several times, didn’t check out his views, beliefs, ideals, didn’t check to see what he meant by change America, well now we know, they voted for Obama change, they get Obama change. A change in employment, if someone says it’s not fair, just say no it’s politics.

    • houdini1984

      I think you assume too much. From what I have seen, most of his supporters were all too aware of his beliefs and plans, and supported him in his goals. He tapped into that part of the American psyche that all too often leads Americans to reject their heritage as freeborn citizens and seek shelter under the wings of some Utopian ideal.

      We see it whenever Democrats are sold to us as new age messiahs: the Carter who was sold as a man of the people, honest and true (the man even walked part of the way toward his inauguration to further the illusion); Bubba Clinton, the Man from Hope who rose from the depths of poverty in a single-parent home to become a beacon of hope for sexual harassment defense lawyers everywhere; and most recently, Barack Milhous Obama – the One he’d been waiting for. He who would lower the seas, heal the earth, and learn to do the Peppermint Twist. He who would end racial disharmony by enabling his supports to defame his detractors as racists. He who would change Washington by taking us forward toward happier times of the past (like the scandal-ridden Watergate era – hurray!).

      No, those Democrat voters knew. They joined the cult, paid the dues, and adopted the talking points. And now they deserve everything that is happening to them…

    • ginger

      ah heck..they let oprah vet him for them.

  • bamissfa

    FIRE Obama supporters doesn’t sound mean at all.

    After all LIBERAL companies like Home depot have been hiring liberals gays, hispanics they even have all their employment signs in spanish. HD participates in the Rainbow Gay Pride parades.

    • gene456

      That’s why I go to Lowes instead.

  • Jim T

    My nephew owns a small business and told the people in his company that supported Obama that would happen to them. That was over a year ago.

  • CaptTurbo

    Absolutely common sense. Fire the idiots. It would have to be good for productivity.

  • sooner4ever

    Those who got fired are the same ones who will go postal and hunt down their former employers.

    • gene456

      Then we’ll execute them. Nothing would give me greater pleasure than to pull the switch on a flaming liberal. I get a wet dream over the idea.

  • John Stratemeyer

    You’ve got to love Dennis Miller! The stunned looks on the faces of those liberal/socialist/Democrat (LSD) Obama supporters when they get the bad news will be priceless! Most of them have probably been earning a good living up until now. If we sold tickets, the economy would be back on its feet in no time flat. I’d love to hear what “understanding patriots” those dimwits are! Welcome to reality, boneheads!
    “But I need this job! I’ve got a family to support,” they’ll whine.
    “I sympathize,” the business owner will reply. “But I too have a family to support, and my only means to do that is to keep my business running. I can’t do that and comply with the President’s LSD policies, which you supported, and continue to support. So goodbye and good luck.”

    • garysvent

      Obama will just hire them at twice the price and charge it to your (and everyone else’s) taxes. Whatever it is that they do, they can do nothing for the federal government better.

      • John Stratemeyer

        Don’t you believe it. Mr. Obama has shown a stunning lack of insight about what it takes to create jobs, and he has no power to impose a tax of any kind. There are already 23 million unemployed/underemployed workers in the country today. During his 1st term, unemployment stood at over 8% for 44 straight months! The President seems to take a perverse delight in those numbers. Dennis Miller is only suggesting that employers add to his pleasure.

  • gene456

    I LOVE it!!! And the great part is there is NOTHING the Obamanites can do about it!

  • Al Chemist

    I like the idea but don’t believe it would work. After they are fired, those Obama supporters would get together, hire a lawyer and then (probably) go before a liberal judge. No doubt how the judge would rule. The guy would no longer have a business.

    • houdini1984

      Well, obviously you don’t tell them that that is the reason they are being let go.

      • gene456

        It doesn’t matter. In most states, it’s employment at will, and a small business can fire someone for any reason.

        • houdini1984

          I understand that. However, there is no reason to even give them an excuse to think that they might have a cause of action. Our courts are filled with frivolous lawsuits that have no hope of being successful, and many of those false claims cost businesses money and time. Better to provide no reason and let them wonder…

          Besides, this is not a revenge thing. It is common sense. As a business owner, do you really want to employ people who are stupid enough to advocate political solutions that harm their own employers? I know I don’t…

    • gene456

      There’s nothing they can do legally. They can’t scream “discrimination” because political preference is not protected by the EEOC. Also, most states have employment at will, and thus a small business can fire someone at any time for any reason (or even no reason at all). They can just say business is bad and we have to lay off non-essential people. And there is no way an Obamanite is essential.

      I like this. Dennis is giving good advice. We need to start marginalizing these “people”. Look at the trouble they’ve caused!

  • stonemike

    Excellent idea, if Progressives seek to bring down America and American “free enterprise”, it is only justified that they suffer the results of their ‘socialist actions” when things collapse! I owe no allegiance to the UNAMERICAN FEDERAL GOVT!

  • 1 Pissed Patriot

    Maybe if the low informed fools lose their Jobs it will inspire them to GET informed before next election

    • houdini1984

      Indeed. They need to experience real consequences. The only reason most people even support Regressive policies is because they are convinced that it is always the “other guy” who will pay the price.

    • krptnyt

      It is hard to fix repetition. They will just wait for the next candidate that says I will continue with Socialism and vote him in.

  • ginger

    BEST SUGGESTION YET.

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    I could not agree more. I love liberal getting canned. Especially by other liberals. Remember Juan Williams being fired by PBS. I just loved it. The only problem was Murdock picked him up and hired him at fox. Remember IMUS getting dumped for his “Nappy hair” comment. Look who hired him ,another dumb so called conservative radio show.

    • houdini1984

      I remember Juan’s firing and FOX taking him in. Of course, he learned nothing from that experience…

      • Ricarrdo estavans

        He did not have to. The same interests who control the content of Public Radio, TV Cable also control Fox.

        • houdini1984

          Oh sure! That helps to explain why NPR and FOX are so similar in tone and content

          Oh, wait….

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            I forgot your 100 % correct there is not one liberal on fox. Williams, combs,shep etc. all conservatives spewing that conservative dribble. Oh wait.

          • houdini1984

            Good of you to notice that FOX evidently provides a forum to a wide variety of views, unlike those leftist media entities you cited. Shame on me for not noting FOX’s balanced approach.

            Because I did say that there was not a single liberal on FOX, didn’t I?

            Oh, wait…

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            You implied. Good double speak of you. Oh wait.

          • houdini1984

            I implied nothing. You mistakenly inferred that meaning, but nothing in my post suggested that FOX presents a view uniformly at odds with that espoused by NPR. Anyone familiar with public radio would understand that it is so far-left in its general presentation that even more moderate media forums look conservative by comparison.

            I do thank you, however, for taking responsibility for your own poor reading comprehension skills and for not trying to twist the clear meaning of my words.

            Oh, wait…

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            Fox and NPR Same owners.

          • houdini1984

            An interesting assertion. Let me get this straight then: your claim is that FOX and National Public Radio are owned by the same interests? That contradicts everything I have ever read or heard about NPR, and I can find no source that affirms that statement.

            I can only imagine how Joe Wilson would respond to your assertion.

          • Ricarrdo estavans

            Rupert Murdock is a puppet of the Central Banksters of England and thus Australia. We are spoon fed the illusion of two opposing ideas by all the so called media. This has been done for centuries. Divide and conquer.

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    Say you want a revolution well you can count me out/in.

  • mapoffla

    Let the useless idiots reap (or get reamed) by what they have sown.

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    Welfare and many other government (taxpayer funded) redistribution programs have created a huge population of people who accept the enslavement of this comfort zone.

    • garysvent

      It’s the best they can do.

  • Libs Gotta Go!

    Fire them! Deport them!

  • Timur

    Unions do this tit for tat all the time.

  • fedupinky

    Right on Dennis! Show them what “elections have consequences” really means.

  • 820 REDHORSE

    Already did this in 2008! but i’m thankful for folks like miller who ain’t afraid to say what needs to be said!

  • IHateLibs

    I can almost see the $$ signs flashing before the eyes of GREEDY LAWYERS too

  • deseartu

    What day do we declare the Revolution in America? It’s coming folks and you better be prepared because people can’t survive anymore…no jobs, no money to pay your bills, no money to pay for a stupid health care plan…the government under O’Liar aka Satan knows exactly what they are doing and YOU STUPID AMERICAN supporters of this evil doer are in your own la la land world. I hope when you finally see the light and wake up (of course it will be to late now!) you will realize your in hell for putting the good people here who daily have been telling you over and over about all of this evil around us yet because of your blindness and I hope you are all the first to be cast down to hell by my Lord & Saviour at his front doors! The best part is you go to church as a hypocrite daily and don’t even realize your own stupidity! You soon will!

  • gideonrockwell

    I agree with miller 100%, these Obama Zombies inflicted him on us, let’s see how they enjoy the results of his policies. If someone has to go on the job let them be the first. If someone has to be reduced to part time let it be them. They love this fool so much they ought to love the results of his policies.

  • http://WWW.SPIRITOFAMERICAPARTYRADIOSHOW.COM TOM P O’DONNELL

    Operation scrap the crap.Throw the law in the garbage. Two factions were never consulted in this communist grab for one sixth of the national cash flow.
    Doctors and patients. Now we hear 159 new agencies have been metasasized plus IRS gestapo.

  • Nan Perkins

    Miller has guts and style!

  • ONTIME

    There is just as much need to put the left on the spot and make those in the MSM account for their thinking, big biz is just as bad as any BO supporter, cronyism suits them just fine and the smaller the middle class the better in their view, they push for the mundane and non achievers, a manipulated average is their goal.
    We are being governed by C- academic parasites that rely on elitism to exist and claim it as achievment…

  • JoJo58

    LOL that’s an old joke…the employer goes out into the parking lot and fires everyone that has obama stickers on their cars.

  • Snorri

    Why penalize the Obama supporters; it’s Obama and his administration that are the problem. The poor, deluded, hapless schmucks that supported Obama will learn the hard way soon enough along with all of the rest of us. Many people can be motivated by desperate hope and taken in by glib liars in religion, social relations, marriage as well as politics. Don’t sink and wallow into the vindictiveness of the amoral Democrats.

    • houdini1984

      It’s not about being vindictive. It is about self-preservation as a businessman. If I have to reduce my workforce, why would I not start with those who are too foolish to understand that their own activities have harmed my business? Yes, they may have been easily fooled by the Lying Party, but that too marks them as lacking in common sense. Regardless of why they vote for things that harm my business, the fact is that they did – and that makes them just as much a danger to my success as any criminal or government busybody.

      • Snorri

        We are Americans and we must respect the First Amendment to the Constitution. People have a right to their opinions and beliefs as long as those people do not physically harm others. Also, following Union rules for lay-offs and firings will forestall costly lawsuits. We are all going to be economically harmed by Obama and the Democrats / RINO’s, and God forbid Hillary, the elections in 2014 and 2016 are the mechanism to correct the governments, Federal, State and Local. We are living in “interesting times”, all the more reason for respect of and adherence to the Constitution.

        • houdini1984

          Oh, I do respect the First Amendment. However, your right to express your own opinion is no more important than my right to freely associate with those who provide me with the most benefit. My employees may have an inherent and protected right to engage in activities that harm my business, but I have an equal right to end their employment when they make that choice.

          Moreover, I care nothing for union rules. I live in a right to work state and refuse to hold myself to inapplicable rules that have helped to kill industries in other states. I can fire anyone I want to fire any time I want to fire them for any reason I choose to fire them.

          I agree with you about Shrill-ary and the dangers of continued Demoncrap rule. But let’s not confuse real respect for the Constitution with the type of emotional claptrap that the Left tries to use to empower its anti-American and anti-business attitudes and activities.

      • C20
        • houdini1984

          C20, I’m sure you have a very cogent point to make with your video posting, but it’s a little much to ask that I invest 38 minutes of my time watching it without at least some text from you explaining its merits. What is the video’s theme? Does it have a particular argument to make? In what way is it relevant to this half-a-year old discussion?

          • C20

            This is a list of books explaining from the Ancient Secret Societies to the NWO that is behind the modern screws put to America through Obamacare,Education,Taxes,and other attempts to bring People under control and to their knees. It is a huge list of books, but the prior lectures ‘lift the veil’ so to speak as we wrestle with small business insurance, mandates and such. I also have a small bus. It may seem initially irrelevant, but it is not. People in favor of the doings of the left must face their choices to hopefully turn them towards truth.

          • houdini1984

            Thanks for the explanation. That sounds very relevant to our current situation, and I will indeed take the time to watch the video. I wish you all the best with your business.

    • Irma

      Obama supporters will NEVER learn that there are consequences for their actions if they are not exposed to their reckless ways. If they are not held responsible for their actions, it would be giving them yet another free ride that costs the rest of us dearly.

  • Barbara Johnson

    I agree with him. Fire the ones who helped to create the problem!

    • VT Patriot

      Treason sounds better. I have a tree out …………………………

  • jdbixii

    “Team mentality” is the modicum that transcends principles, especially in the halls of Congress. So the common folk need to fight back using “team mentality.” We are not all one big, happy family and the volunteer-surrogate father in the Oval Office needs to understand that fact of life.

  • RatedBestComment

    Well, how come no one fires Barry then? The foreign Indonesian Muslim negro who says he is your president.

  • grandma Patricia

    I agree with Dennis Miller 100%. They are the ilk that voted him in so they should be FIRED before anyone else is.

  • Tagdogs

    Do like one business owner did and walk through the employ parking lot and fire anybody who has an obama bumper sticker on their vehicle.

  • The_American_Way

    Dennis Miller is 100% correct. I personally have walked away from people who support that jerk off (Obama). If they are that stupid they have nothing to offer.

    I did try to reason with them at one time but it became clear that Thomas Sowell was right when he said that they live in a “Fact Free Zone”. Now I just ignore these morons.

  • ATLDave

    Good idea. On;y problem is that these people will all be minorities and gays . This will allow Holder to label it as a hate crime and then they will bring charges. (Sarcasm)

  • WorldWatchman

    You gotta’ love Dennis Miller! He said the right thing for the right people. Let ‘em go. Let ‘em contact Obama and share their joy of being fired for HIS healthcare. It’s only appropriate they share their happiness with the communist socialist who got them the time off. This should be the move ALL across America. Let Obama put them up at the Whitehouse when they can’t make house payments and are hungry. If he raises taxes to support them then refuse to pay it. Tax rebellion? Oh yeah………….

  • Mort Leith

    That’s the problem,, most of these ignorant and naive young people fresh out of the college Liberal Indoctrination Centers,,,

    don’t have a clue of whatever ill effects will trickle down to themselves due to their voting actions….

  • AppraisHer

    Karma’s a b*tch.

  • Panors77

    The obamabots won’t understand, but I applaud the idea of firing THEM first.

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