Saturday, December 29, 2012


I am so sick of listening to this conversation already. Simply put, how many people have to die before you wake up to the reality that we are facing.  People are literally being gun down in schools now. What is this the Wild West? What have our streets suddenly been replaced with dirt again. And we’re riding on horses again? Isn’t it time, that our gun policies enter the 21st century too. I mean if we can pave sidewalks, why can’t we curb gun’s also.
I watched an angry women on FOX NEWS the other night, Michelle Malkin, another one of the many hi-paid talking heads, practically boiling because people were having their guns ‘confisgated’ by the police. Like this was a plot to rob us of our rights. Look lady, this was a volunteer program to help lessen the hardware out there, not to take away any rights. Guess you can have an opinion, but not facts, huh? Next step, no guns, really. Oh, my God! Damn the man, lets start a revolution. How dare they take our rights away. First safety belts and now guns. Time to revolt again.
Our rights? Screw our rights! Our children are being slaughtered in the streets, literally. Thousands upon thousands of people are being shot, maimed and killed in our nation, every single day. Wake the ‘F’ up already. All I can say lets hope they’re right. Cause I think we have reached the tipping point. Kids are now, let me start that one over, white kids are now being killed (in large numbers no less). That’s when the Government starts to do what needs to be done to protect the masses from the crazies. The people who think its okay to have enough fire power in their pockets to destroy a city block or worse.
I understand peoples rights to protecting themselves, I do. But there comes a point when I’m sorry something has to be done. To listen to idiots say that teachers should be forced to learn how to fire guns if they want to teach is insane. Isn’t their job tough enough? Isn’t their a better solution, then even more guns?
Honestly, this just stuns me that in this day and age we have to listen to people without a sense of logic, expressing outrage that Uncle Sam will take away their guns. Well perhaps after over 200 years, its time that he did just that. The country is safe. We will not be over taken over by the British, or the Germans, or whomever. Maybe its time to say good bye to the past. Throw away the arsenal. Get with the program and actually be a part of our great nation.
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Saturday December 29th, 2012

Friday, December 28, 2012


Since the election, I have watched as the political leaders in Washington have played with the lives of millions of Americans. I like many others thought that once the election process was over, everyone would wake up and do the job that the American people elected them to do. Sadly I guess I was being gullible and naive. Lets see, the voters had a choice, we decided, Obama and his policies were approved by the vast majority of the American people. So what’s the problem, lets get things accomplished.
As we all hoped after President Obama’s first election victory, that CHANGE was gonna occur. Of course in reality, we discovered that the people who are against the CHANGE we voted for in 2008 tried their best to stop any CHANGE from happening. The Mid-Term election possibly giving them, just cause to think that they were in the right. Perhaps we were just bamboozled by a great speaker?
But as this years election results proved, they weren’t. The people spoke, and what we said was that we indeed wanted the change we requested 4 years a go. And the CHANGE that seemed to actually be making a difference.
But, as the clock ticks outs on this current fiscal crisis, it seems the losers in the election haven’t heard the peoples voices. We spoke loud and clear, we didn’t like their candidates and we didn’t like the message. We liked and voted for what our President requested. And we expected that the grown-ups dealing with our problems as a nations would do the right thing.
So I guess my question is, as we watch what occurs, why are these people even in their positions? Why did they decide to run for office in the first place? Was it to help people? Was it to try to improve the lives of the less fortunate? Was it because they thought they could do better? Why? Why would someone go through all that hell of running for political office if not to help others? That they become Congressmen or Senators to get rich? Is that the real reason, so that once they resign, they’re set forever. Not worrying about their retirement, cause they were elected and their pension plan is better then God’s?
I’m Just wondering how they sleep at night. When people are worried about the next meal, their children’s education, how they’re gonna pay this months rent let alone next months. How do people who have the capacity to do great things for others could go on television and act so smug and point blank lie at what they’ve been doing to try to help the situation. How?
I mean if you have the chance to do something of good, shouldn’t you. How can you just sit back and let others suffer when you actually could help them so easily.  And if they don’t shouldn’t they just get up and quit and let someone else whose got the balls to do something, do the job.  I mean isn’t that why you become a politician, to help others, if not, why bother?
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday December 28th, 2012

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Finally after way too long, the people have spoken. The President was re-elected easily. Giving everyone a chance to see how politics should be done. Beating greats odds, and a candidate that seemed to changed positions by the minute, plus millions of dollars of hate speak. The American people  stood up against all the lies and made me proud to be an American. A country which was born of our quest for freedom battered back against the people who are trying to rid us of as much freedom as possible.
The republican party which supposedly strives for freedom, spent millions trying to turn our now re-elected President into an outsider, an alien, or worse.  Trying to push their religious beliefs on all of us, regardless of our own.  Pushing their mantra that if you're not one of us, obviously you must be against us. Making racism seem like part of their National agenda.
But, good won the day and amazingly it wasn't even close.  Even with Florida still not counted fully, President Obama trounced Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan even more then even I hoped for.  And whats better, because of his over 50% win of the popular vote, twice. More then even the ever popular President Bill Clinton.  
So now we get four more years of President Obama and Vice President Biden. We get to watch as both parties explain why they won or lost. Listening to see who actually got what just occurred or who still lives in their own world. We get to see, if our elected officals finally act like adults and get the job done. 
Four years a go, our President was elected to fix what President Bush 2 left us in. And thankfully he has been given another four to finish the job. Leaving us a much better and stronger nation. I have high hopes that he is more then up to the job, and am even more thankful that unlike when Vice President Gore lost the chance to continue President Clinton's agenda, President Obama will be able to.  
I have never felt more excited about whats ahead for our country. Good won out. Hatred lost. Racism was smacked back into wherever it came from. We have not a good man in the White House, but a great man. And now we get to watch as he gets to do his thing. And boy is it gonna be fun. Yes we can, Yes we can. Yes we can.
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday November 7, 2012

Monday, November 05, 2012


Finally, its time to vote. Yes!!!  Which means, after way too long, the American people get their break from all the B.S, the too many commercials, newspapers, magazines, television, robo-calls, junk mail and emails.  Free at last to enjoy television and reading without having to be deal with all the talking heads, all the experts who try to sway our vote. All the lies that the fact-checkers revealed.  Finally, it comes down to each one of us to decide who we feel has the ability to run our country. Be for love of country or revenge (thanks Mitt for that)
Four years ago, candidate Barack Obama won rather easily (something that I hear, 'probably' won't happen this time).  Of course his current adversary, Mitt Romney also ran for the presidency four years ago, but didn't make it to the final round then.  And of course, the candidate Romney who ran four years ago, isn't the same candidate that's running against him this time. Well at least as far as we can tell. Since his positions have changed practically daily. Which is exactly the opposite of our President, the man that ran four years ago, is the man running this time. 
Four years ago, President Barack Obama came into office pushing for Change and infact delivered. Coming in he had promised a lot, and against almost all odds succeeded in accomplishing many of his promises.  Of course, as the republicans keep harping on, the unemployment rate is still too high.  Not that they helped at all, doing there best to stop any possible job programs.  And finally he's gotten the unemployment rate under 8%. So I guess he didn't 'lie' (Somehow when a candidate promises and hopes to deliver something, that something becomes a lie when because of circumstances beyond their control, the numbers aren't better). 
Four years ago, I voted for candidate Obama, still upset that my pick Hilary Clinton was defeated by him; but knowing who he was up against, honestly it wasn't too difficult a choice.  My one worry was, that like the previous President, Bush proved that we needed someone in the White House, who entered the office with enough experience to handle the job.  Well, after four years, any worries I had are over. I got a little nervous after the first debate, but I must stress, just a little 'cause even though he supposedly lost, at least he answered the questions without pandering and point blank lying about what his policies are, or were.
The funny thing is that after four years in office, my opinion of our president has only grown in admiration. Considering all the tests he has been given, and all his accomplishments (without any help from the other side of the aisle). Its amazing anyone has doubts about his abilities. And yes Mrs. Romney, Obama still seems to be the only grown-up in the room.   
Unfortunately, that can not be said of candidate Romney, a man who seems to be on all sides of the fence.  In most cases, those policies at least the ones he's for (I can not say he believes in, cause I have no idea if he believes in anything but himself).  As opposed to our President, who you honestly feel has real reasons for wanting to be President, Mr. Romney, seems to have no real reason for wanting the job.
In closing, in this day and age (remember its the 21st century) to have candidates arguing against woman's rights, abortion, equal pay, and simple math when it comes to the economy, it is not time to give our country over to failed policies that are literally from another century. We can not afford to hand over the keys to the kingdom to people who want to go back to the policies that failed us so badly in the past.  And finally President Obama has earned the chance to finish what he started in righting our ship. 
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms Monday, November 5, 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012


"You mention the Navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets," Obama said during the final presidential debate. "We have these things called aircraft carriers and planes land on them. We have these ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines..."
There you go, and you thought watching the last debate, a debate about foreign policy, would be a waste of time. You wouldn’t learn anything new about either of these candidates.
Well during last night sit-down, the President showcased who is up to the task at hand and why his challenger isn't ready to take us forward.

The highlight for me of the debate is the above quote by President Barack Obama who slammed Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney for his repeated attack over the size of the Navy under Obama’s watch. Trying to showcase his expertise on foreign policy, or as we discovered his lack of experience. Slam dunk for the President.
Just one man’s opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Thursday, October 18, 2012

"Governor Romney was a tremendous proponent of bringing women into the state. There's no doubt about it," Bramson said. "But the impetus for this was not Governor Romney, but this other organization, MassGAP."
Mermell, a Democrat and town official in Brookline, Mass., said Romney did not request any names after his 2002 election. Instead, she said MassGAP approached Romney's team as part of its effort, begun before the election, to make sure that more women were appointed to senior positions in the new administration.
It seems Mitt Romney has done stepped in it again. Another speech, another miss statement. How does he do it?  This time his usual 'Myth' building had to do with not answering a question dealing with women's equality in the work place. Instead of answering Mitt went onto this tangent about how he went on a search far and wide, to find qualified women fore his cabinet. Wow, what a champion for women's rights he is. Really?
Of course, as it always seems to be the case with Mitt, the reality turns out to be more myth then reality. And whats worse, the impetus on getting more women wasn’t even his idea, it was other peoples.
To learn more about this important subject, please check out this link:
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, October 18, 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

 #9   Saying in one simple statement exactly what makes someone a leader
"It's like when we were on "The View" ... I'm literally sitting there listening to him just lay out things in a conversational way, and I'm thinking, he's right! This is where we need to go."
What a contrast Michelle Obama is, or should I correctly write the First Lady of the United States, First Lady Michelle Obama; what an example for any person to follow. If I had a daughter, I’d hope one of her idols was Mrs. Obama. For what a classy lady she is.
Mr. Obama, as he has said numerous times is one lucky man. And we as a nation is way lucky that his lady is such a great example for us all.
Anyway, back to what this is about. Mrs. Obama, expressed exactly what I feel makes her husband the ideal person to run our country. As opposed to Mitt Romney, who simply doesn’t get it. Every single statement seems to be a study in what not to say or how not to say it.
To learn more about this, please check out this excellent article:

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday, October 10, 2012 

Tuesday, October 09, 2012

“I have no idea what you’re talking about. I maybe need to get a new accountant," Romney shot back. "The idea that you get a break for shipping jobs overseas is simply not the case.
Here we go again, I know I’ve been harping on Mitt Romney’s lies during last weeks debate (2012 #1 of 3). But I read an article today which happily had me writing some more on my current ‘favorite' subject. The Lies of Mitt.
Obama's Debate Claims On Tax Writeoffs For Offshoring Hold Up: Fact Checkers’ published today on The Huffington Post By Dave Jamieson (Link below) Discusses something that bothered me that Mitt Romney said during the debate. I listened to this section of the speech a few times, cause it sounded a little odd. Especially when I witnessed President Obama’s obvious surprise at Mitt’s answer. And luckily as Mr. Jamieson’s article explains, Mitt’s shock at the news that business gets tax breaks for shipping jobs over seas showcases what a freaking liar he is. I just wished he was asked about his personal banking policy, cause why else would you send your money overseas, unless it was to make more money on it.
We have been inundated by the ‘facts’ of Mitt’s business mind. I mean it is the reason he is running for the Presidency after all, isn't it? That's what really separates him from the other warnabees and our current President. The whiz-kid of the boardroom will fix everything that ails our system of government. If Mitt is as stupid as to, either believe we (the voters) would be gullable to believe he doesn’t know or worse that he 'really' doesn’t know. Simply put, do you really want a president who doesn’t know this basic business decision or knows and lies through his teeth telling us he doesn't.

To read more about this important story, please check out the link below: 
Obama's Debate Claims On Tax Writeoffs For Offshoring Hold Up: Fact Checkers
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Sunday, October 07, 2012

"I don’t know whether to blame Lehrer or the president but it was kind of amazing cause Romney was not only saying things that are not true, he was saying things that his own campaign had previously said weren’t true," Paul Klugman said.
During this mornings, ABC News' "This Week" Sunday, which aired earlier today, The Nobel Prize-winning economist, Paul Krugman amazingly expressed the same opinion as myself, on what I felt occurred during the first Debate which occurred on Wednesday evening, October 3rd, 2012. By showcasing a problem that is truly relevant in today’s media coverage... the lack of calling a ‘spade’ a spade... no pun intended.
Too many politicians get away with simply telling lies. Half-truths are the norm.
But what was on display during the debate was simply astonishing in its scope. There were moments that it seemed our President almost spit out his water, holding in his smirks in obvious disbelief in what he was hearing. The flip-flopper had outdone himself. Possibly, revealing the true Mitt Romney. Or maybe simply this weeks version. Finally expressing a sad truth in todays political reporting...
“The press just doesn’t know how to handle flat-out untruths."
Maybe because of Mitt’s historic verbal abuse of the truth during debate #1, that in the long run the lies begin to correct the presses’ failures in reporting or simply doing their job. 
To learn more about this, please check out this excellent article:
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Sunday, October. 7, 2012

Friday, October 05, 2012

During the debate, Mitt Romney accused President Obama of mischaracterizing several parts of his agenda, from taxes to Wall Street reform. Romney told the president that as the father of five sons, "I'm used to people saying something that's not always true but just keep on repeating it and ultimately hoping I'll believe it."
So that's how you learned your method of lying Mitt. Thanks for explaining how you've come up with your daily commentary. Keep repeating your false statements about stuff, till people begin to believe. Eg. That our President isn't American.
At another point, Romney said, "Mr. President, you're entitled to your own house and your own airplane, but not your own facts."
One small problem Mitt, your facts were complete and utter lies. Whoops. I mean everyone keeps saying you had all the 'facts' during the debate. Sorry Mitt, a fact is stating a truth. Not making stuff up. I mean just cause you throw the shit, doesn't mean any of it will stick. But Mitt, careful when you step down. Cause you're wading up to your neck in it.
Just one man's opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, October 5, 2012

Wednesday, October 03, 2012


Luckily or not, I missed the debate ‘live’. So I first heard some the Talking Heads discuss. Basically how bad President Obama did. That he basically let Mitt walk all over him. To be honest, several, mentioned Mitt’s Etch’a’Sketch performance.
After over an hour of hearing all kinds of talking heads basically agree that Obama was ‘asleep’ at the wheel. And Mitt is now in the race ... ? Guess Governor Christie was right.
After I had had my full of all the B.S. I sat back and watched The Debate.
I guess I must be completely crazy. Cause what I watched wasn’t exactly what I heard described by most of the talking heads. I will admit that Romney was ‘for’ Romney amazing. I also must say he really was wired to perform tonight, and his answers actually sounded logical.  And if I had never had heard anything about or from I might actually be interested. But I have witnessed ‘years’ of Mitt’s Presidential quest.
But sounding logical and actually answering the questions truthfully aren’t the same things. And the Mitt Romney we witnessed during this debate was literally a completely out of the blue Mitt Romney. It was like another candidate was playing Romney’s part. The problem here of course is that most everything he said, wasn’t what he has been promoting.
And simply put he really hogged the camera. Several times I wanted them to silence his mike, I am actually astonished how composed our President was (I mean how many times can a candidate lie). Every time our President pointed out one of Romney’s Platforms, Romney turned around and said, ‘That’s not my policy’ I would never do that. My policy is... I love everything. Simply put, I’m amazed our President didn’t do one of Gore’s ‘big’ mistakes, his ‘sign’s’ each time Bush lied during their debate. As usual our President kept above the fray, showcasing his intelligence.
I truly wish they had had ‘Fact Checkers’ for this debate, cause Mr. Romney was so over the line here that he actually made Ryan’s Convention speech seem truthful.
I do agree with some of the complaints against the President. He should have brought up the 47%. He should have been more forceful especially when Mitt wouldn’t shut up. I know he needs to look civilized, but I’m sorry Mitt lied straight face. After an hour President Obama earned the right to say something pointed (at least).
A Shout out to the Rev. Al Sharpton for seeing right thru his lies, and showcasing exactly what we witnessed tonight. And I agree completely with his assessment that once people look at what Romney said at the debate against what he has been saying before the debate... But as we know Mitt ‘Never Apologizes' right.
That said, I think it was a pretty close debate, and I’m sticking to my opinion. 
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, October 4, 2012

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Unfortunately he's hasn't gotten his foot stuck in the door yet!  But if he's elected, we will.  But me think Ms. Rachel Maddow has delivered the knock-out punch. In a scolding Pulitzer's worthy investigative report. Ms. Maddow has smoked the golden goose. The flimflam artist has been uncovered. His cloak of description has been torn asunder.
From his lies about his home in Mass. To his current smoke-screen about his taxes Rachel showed in beautiful chronological and with video and documented proof showcased how Mr. Romney had by-passed the laws. Lied under oath about his taxes (in 2002) and sidestepped the questions for literally decades. Fudging facts to his advantage. Literally backdating and tax forms for political purposes.
But watching him evade questions in his European picture tour the similarities between him and the brilliant Robert Preston's Harold Hill smacked me straight in the face.  Of course, big difference here, the great Mr. Preston had charisma to spear, something that Mitt has none of.
It's quite amazing how seemingly without a hitch, on any subject, his speeches message changes from one audience to the next.  Somehow successfully evading any real answers to any and all questions.  The problem with traveling salesmen, and flimflam man is that once the mask has been lifted, what is revealed can be quite scary.
Of note: I originally wrote this commentary on August 2, 2012
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Monday, September 17, 2012

“I think the challenge that I’ll have in the debate is that the president tends to, how shall I say it, to say things that aren’t true,” Romney said. “I’ve looked at prior debates. And in that kind of case, it’s difficult to say, ‘Well, am I going to spend my time correcting things that aren’t quite accurate? Or am I going to spend my time talking about the things I want to talk about?”
Mitt, Mr. Romney you have officially become a PRICK!!! How dare you, to imply that our President has lied, will lie on the upcoming debate. No proof, no facts, no nothing, lets just throw out a bogus claim, against our President. 
Of course listening to Mitt, one honestly doesn't know what to believe when he speaks. Perhaps, he's letting us know that he's gonna lie his ass off during the debates, so if I warn everyone about the 'other' candidate they'll miss all of my verbal gaffs. How not to earn the White House.
Maybe he is seeking help. Look at him when he speaks, watch is body language, he looks kind of constipated. and not in a good way.
To read more about this important story, please check out the link below: 
Romney on Debates: Obama Will ‘Say Things That Aren’t True’
Just one man’s opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Monday, September 17, 2012

Saturday, September 15, 2012

"We will never have the media on our side, ever, in this country," Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, told the audience at the Omni Shoreham hotel. "We will never have the elite, smart people on our side."
On Saturday, former presidential candidate Rick Santorum put both feet into his big mouth when he attacked the media and "smart people" both at the same time in a speech to the Values Voter Summit.
"We will never have the media on our side, ever, in this country," Santorum, a former Pennsylvania senator, told the audience at the Omni Shoreham hotel. "We will never have the elite, smart people on our side."
The media "doesn't like the other side,"
Santorum said. "And not necessarily, I would argue, because they agree with them, but because they can influence the country.
Simply astonishing, does he realize how dumb he sounds.  I mean, logically woldn't you want the smart people on your side. Meaning, you are correct in your theories and your ideas. I guess the world is flat.
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Sorry about the absence here. Been having trouble logging into the site, and well... blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. No excuses, but sorry is all.  Lots of stuff has been happening, hopefully I'll be able to add a few new articles before the big Election event coming up in November...
Now to todays's entry... I've illustrated a portrait of our President, and have decided to use it in a poster design... here is my first attempt.
Hope you like the art and the poster.  Let me know.  Please forward and share the poster. If one more person votes for President Obama because of my poster, then my job is done.
Just one man's opinion.
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Wednesday, September, 12, 2012

Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Affordable Healthcare Act has survived. The Supreme Court today (finally) upheld in full President Obama's biggest accomplishment as President. Take that you people who don't think everyone deserves healthcare.
Of course the Republicans have already spun it as a new tax by the President. So take that Obama, you are a Tax President. I'm sure he'll take the insult, as long as he can say he kept his promises. He campaigned on something and lordly be, he delivered.
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, June 28, 2012 

Saturday, April 28, 2012


Top Mitt Romney adviser Eric Fehrnstrom has now completely gone insane. The scary part of his eye-opening, from left-field statement, is how many people actually might believe him. 
“His position on the bailout was exactly what President Obama followed,” Fehrnstrom said. “He said, ‘If you want to save the auto industry, just don’t write them a check. That will seal their doom. What they need to do is go through a managed bankruptcy process.’”
“The only economic success that President Obama has had is because he followed Mitt Romney’s advice,” Fehrnstrom added.
Luckily history and the internet will forever remember Mitt Romney’s now infamous New York Times op-ed. piece penned in a November 2008. Headlined “Let Detroit Go Bankrupt,” the piece closed with these words:
“In a managed bankruptcy, the federal government would propel newly competitive and viable automakers, rather than seal their fate with a bailout check,” Romney wrote.
Not exactly what our President did do for the auto industry Mitt, instead, is plan saved the auto industry which, in fact seems to have come back better then could have been expected. 
To learn more, please check out the link below:
Eric Fehrnstrom: Auto Bailout Was Mitt Romney’s Idea

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Sunday, April 29, 2012 

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

"There's a certain statement he made about Communists," Jerry Gore, president of the Martin County NAACP, told Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers. "That statement alone ... we do not represent that type of atmosphere."
Wow... Maybe, sometimes one's crazy personal impressions of others should be kept to themselves. Sometime putting your asinine beliefs out there can bite you in the ass. Isn't that true Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.)  But, thanks for not heeding my advice. One might think, after his latest zinger (telling constituents at a town hall meeting that some 80 House Democrats "are members of the Communist Party. It's called the Congressional Progressive Caucus.") people in his state might vote for someone else to represent them now. But the way this year is shaking out, instead of choosing a possible slam-dunk V.P. pick like a Jeb Bush or a Gov. Chris Christie, Romney will opt for a Allen West. And there you have it. 
To learn more, please check out the link below
Allen West Ousted From NAACP Event
WASHINGTON -- It turns out calling Democratic lawmakers "Communists" has some consequences.
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, April 24, 2012 

Friday, April 20, 2012

"This is just about waving a tar baby in the air and saying that something else is a problem," said Bachmann in an interview with the conservative blog The Shark Tank. "I have never seen a more irresponsible president who is infantile in the way that he continually blames everyone else for his failure to first diagnose the problem and second to address the problem."
Well 'he' may not have an answer to your query (in your opinion), but I certainly do. You know what the problem is, you (low-rent dressed-up white-trash uneducated tax clerk... Sorry had to get that out of me) Know what the problem is, it's people like yourself. You masquerade your truth in pretty clothes and lipstick, but it doesn't hide the ugliness that lies inside. "Tar Baby!" wham bam thank you Mame. There you have it. The truth will set you free. Michele Bachmann you are a bigot. There you go. Phew imagine if your running mate would have been Herman Cain.
My one complaint, you couldn't have expressed your feelings on the subject on one of the debates. Then this disgusting bigoted moment in time would be a real issue in this campaign, as opposed to a blip on the radar screen.
All I can say is thank the powers that be that you will never be sitting in the Oval office leading our nation into oblivion. You racist 'bit*h'. There I said it. Now go ahead an make excuses like you didn't know. It's news to you. If that's true, then you are definitely aren't up to the job of the presidency of the PTA, let alone of the country. Just go away. 

Michele Bachmann Says 'Tar Baby' Comment Was Not Intended To Be Racial

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, April 20, 2012 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Besides what he's preaching seems tame as compared to what Mitt has proposed. Wire hangers anyone (yes I went there). I'm sorry if because of their assaults on women's right, on their bodies, on their most private decisions causes one unlucky young girl to even contemplate the idea of using the old 'standard' method for all those harlots and illegals to abort their unwanted babies. And God forbid if even one dies because of the (I'll use it) Republican War on Women. They should all go to Hell. How dare they. What ever happened to the Government staying out of people's lives. Isn't that their mantra. I'm sorry but the more they attack women's rights (looking at the spokesperson's for their brethren , seemingly all middle-aged pot-bellied white men who preach their economic beliefs like its the gospel, and those who oppose them are called communist or worse).
Question, anyone out there believe that any of these other clowns (that includes you Mitt Romney), would have fixed the problems he's had to face. I seem to recall that it was their policies that got us here in the first place. So now that it's working, let's scrap Obama's gains and go back to the good old days. So let's blame the president, after all he's in charge. I mean with all the help that he' received from their side of aisle it's amazing our country hasn't gone bankrupt. Everything that he's attempted they tried to stop. Everything.
Obama was elected in an almost landslide election, yet they seemed to rule the land. The people's mandate was overruled by a bunch of zealots whose belief in their ways superseded any sense of reality. How far gone do we need to fall before any of them sees that it's at least possible that their ways caused all this mess. And to return to those ways again wouldn't work. All along they have fought him, in their seemingly never-ending quest for tax breaks for the wealthy, as he has had to almost seemingly on his own save our country from default. Passed Obama-Care, trying to at least finally fix healthcare. He helped finally to end or at least wind down our involvements in the Bush Wars. Oh and by the way he saved the auto-industry from (it seems) the republican party's wishes. And oh remember that little nuisance, Bin Laden, enough said.
This whole rant started cause I was discussing my latest painting, a portrait of President Obama, and well the person who was talking to me was, (let's say) not too happy with Obama, "He blew it. I voted for him last time, but I'm not sure about it this time." Huh. In my utter disbelief, right in front of me standing there was the biggest problem that's facing Obama's chances of being reelected. This disconnect that people seem to have with what our President has accomplished. How soon people forget how bad it was. What Obama stepped into.
Then he expressed his biggest frustration with the President, "He always blames somebody else for the problems. He wanted to be President. He's in charge, quit bringing up Bush." I tried to reason with him, but soon realized it was of no use. So I changed the subject. But it really bothered me that this disconnect with the truth will give Mr. Roboto a possible chance at being victorious in November.  
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, April 19, 2012 

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

A funny thing happened this week, my mother received her big $63 tax refund from New York State. No the big $63 check wasn't the funny, the funny thing was that I discovered what Bank of America is pulling in regards to charging a withdrawal fee from their banks, after the first initial withdrawal. Huh?
Mind you, I haven't received a refund in the mail in several years (the joys of being a freelancer). But, as I remember, receiving my refund always came with no surprises. Whatever you got, you earned. I presume this debit card scam, came about because the government figured people would prefer a debit card instead of the good old fashioned check. Now a days, it kind of makes sense. Well, this debit thing was a complete surprise to my mother. And once my mother received the it, she couldn't stop bitching and complaining about receiving it (you see she hates debit cards). 
Well today, my mother came in to whine because she discovered in the small print on the how-to-use-the-debit-card brochure (which came with the debit card) that there was this withdrawal fee. When I read it I was amazed to discover that she was right. That after the initial withdrawal, each successive withdrawal costs you a buck. That's $1.00. That is correct. The banks are making money off of our tax refunds. What brainiac came up with this plan. Doesn't the bank charge us enough fees.
Once I got over my initial outrage. I decided to call up my local congresswoman, figuring this is something that she as my elected official should be aware of. And should do something about. To rid us of another unnecessary banking fee. Congresswoman Helene Weinstein, wasn't in, but I spoke to her male assistant. It seems that in fact according to her aide, that on the tax form itself, where you mark how you want your refund returned. There is a fee (as the brochure explains) if you wish to receive a debit card. My mom swears she never approved this.
I told the gentlemen that's well and good. So at least its in writing, but it doesn't make it correct. And it seems my mother hadn't a clue she had agreed on this. How dare they charge for people withdrawing money from their refund. When the gentlemen then said, "that my mother could call up and cancel the debit card and actually receive a good old fashioned refund check" I explained thats good for my mother but what about the thousands of people who might be getting charged for withdrawing and not being aware of it.   
Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, April 17, 2012 

Friday, April 13, 2012

Before you shoot the messenger, listen to my reasoning. While its true as President Obama correctly expressed "spouses should never be in the debate" the fact is Mitt Romney did bring his wife into the equation. (A) He listens to his wife. Therefore (B) his wife's experience helps influence his decisions. And (C) while it's also true that being a housewife and a mother is a 'real' job, there is a big difference between the experience of Mrs Romney to the vast majority of women in America. The big difference of course is money. It was her decision not to work, she had the option.
Obviously we can never really compare anybody's lives. And Mrs. Romney appears to be an amazingly perfect potential first wife to be. (Mitt you did good.) And I fully understand how difficult that must have been doing that as Mrs. Romney did while she had her medical issues.
But the truth here is that she really hasn't had to deal with the real world money worries. When it comes to finances, I'm pretty sure she never wanted for anything. She never had to choose between seeing a doctor or skipping a meal. She never had to worry about being thrown out into the street because she was a day late on rent. I'm sorry that's how I see it.
Hilary Rosen might have expressed it wrong, but the sentiments were correct. And I'm sorry, to try to make a political issue out of this is really ridiculous. 

To read more about this, please check out the link Hilary Rosen Apologizes For Ann Romney Comments (TVNewser)

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© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, April 13, 2012 

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

So the predictors, the political talking heads and the news media was correct. It seems it's Mitt Romney as the Republican whose earned the right to go up against our President.
Of course Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich are still running, but this is reality. And the reality is that the Republicans have picked a man whose big campaign message is that the economy is growing too slowly.
Romney can't come out and say our country is going in the wrong direction, since he knows that it is on the right track. I guess he should send thank you cards to his friends in Washington. It seems all the games that the Republicans pulled in Congress and the Senate helped slow down what could have been a better and stronger growth. Perhaps unemployment would be under 8 or 7% already. With their agenda to stop anything from occurring during his time in office, it's astonishing how much better shape our economy is.
The scary thing with Mitt Romney is that he seems to have already started naming people who would be in his cabinet, his advisors if you will. And guess who he's going for, that's right former President Bush's advisors, that's junior, not senior. So in fact he's fully planning to go backwards. Mitt it seems has completely forgotten the destructions these idiots (and in my view point criminals) did while in control. Not to mention a few Wars.
Thankfully we've been lucky enough to have elected a president who actually knows what he's doing. And luckily he's got to face Mitt Romney in November. Of course after the last six months, who really knows which Romney President Obama would be facing. At least we know which President Obama is running. 

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Tuesday, April 10, 2012 

Sunday, April 08, 2012

So now women are earning too much. How dare they exact equal pay for equal hours. Heck they are only women, they are second class citizens. Heck, if they all quit their jobs, stay home, all the men could get the jobs. Unemployment would go down to zero. Heck aren't those republicans geniuses. 
Amazingly Mitt Romney who is probably gonna be the Republican candidate has stupidly latched onto Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's platform... not in my book a wise move.  
I will say this one last time (I hope), this is America. We are all equal. Equal rights and equal pay. No one deserves to get paid more then anyone else because he's got an appendage between his legs. Unfortunately for us, these ingrates seem to have their brains in the places where their Johnson's should be.
To learn more about this important topic, please check out the link below.
Scott Walker Quietly Repeals Wisconsin Equal Pay Law
WASHINGTON -- A Wisconsin law that made it easier for victims of wage discrimination to have their day in court was repealed on Thursday, after Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R) quietly signed the bill.
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© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Sunday, April 8, 2012 

Friday, April 06, 2012

Last month a Christian, family-values lobbying group convinced Arizona lawmakers to kill an anti-bullying bill that it said carried a gay friendly agenda, according to the Arizona Daily Star. The state Senate's minority leader, David Schapira, blamed the president of the lobbying group for killing the bill, calling her a "legislative terrorist.""Cathi Herrod, an unelected lobbyist, killed a bill that would protect all Arizona kids purely because of her intolerance of gay kids," he said.
So now it seems it's alright for Gays to be bullied. I mean, for God's sake they are sinning, right?. The absolute gall of these ingrates, to actually vote down bullying legislation because it also protects 'The Gays' is in my mind a crime, and a sin.
What is it about so-called good Christian's that they showcase so much hatred to what they perceive are the sinners. Wouldn't it be more holy to try to help the 'less fortunate' amongst us.
Amazingly these sad excuses for human beings would rather kids be harassed, chased, beat-up, abused, verbally assaulted, emotionally scarred, and in many cases have their lived ruined; then to pass a bill that would protect everyone.
How sad. How despicable. The fact that the subject of bullying has finally been addressed is fantastic, a little late if you ask me, but still good jobs politicians. But to throw a wrench into it, by using a bigoted mindset, is I'm sorry simply too despicable to simply be quiet about.
To hate a person so much because of their sexual preference, that you're willing to let innocent kids be hurt in any capacity is simply beneath anything I can imagine. These hateful people should all look in the mirror closely, and prayer that none of their loved ones get bullied or worse. Cause if they do, I hope they feel the guilt of the pain they inflicted on the innocent.
To learn more about this important topic, please check out the link below.
Christian Groups Take Issue With Anti-Bullying Laws
Katy Hall, April 6, 2012 | 8:34:54 AM (EST)
Anti-bullying legislation may seem unlikely to spark controversy, but there are groups working to overturn new laws in the name of religious freedom.
 ways beyond bullying into indoctrination, just promoting homosexuality and transgenderism."...

Just one man's opinion
© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Friday, April 6, 2012 

Thursday, April 05, 2012

Simply amazing. On Wednesday, Democratic leaders dismissed Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch's warning to supporters that Democrats might attack the Mormon faith of Mitt Romney during the presidential campaign. Hatch made the remark in response to a question at a political event Tuesday night in northern Utah, and repeated the point Wednesday night after a debate in Draper, Utah. Of note, Hatch, who is also a Mormon, is seeking a seventh term in the Senate"For them to say they aren't going to smear Mitt Romney is bologna," Hatch said. "It's way out of bounds, but that's what is going to happen."
The chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, described that suggestion as "preposterous" and "utter nonsense." During an interview  with MSNBC, she said the party wouldn't stoop to the same levels as Republicans. "Let's remember that President Obama has had so many things hurled at him รข€“ birth certificate questions, whether he is or is not a Christian," Wasserman Schultz said. 
As President Obama might say, the The Audacity of Orrin Hatch... To actually suggest that our President,  would stoop as low as some of the Republicans have gone is a laugh. To even suggest that Obama would go there, to Romney's religious beliefs is a joke. And a bad one. But since we all know that our current President isn't really an American, (I mean Hawaii isn't even on the main land). We all know, well as least some of us have realized that this is the typical B.S. by the Republicans. They throw out stuff, bitching about what the other side is doing or planning to do; but in reality they do the exact same thing or worse.  
Perhaps next week they'll throw out that Obama was seen in Black Face make-up... That one is a little more believable then this latest B.S.. 

To read more about this, please check out: 

Orrin Hatch: Obama Might Attack Mitt Romney On Mormon Faith

Just one man's opinion

© Neil Feigeles, Neilizms, Thursday, April 5, 2012