helping commies get to know knives
Tuesday, February 17, 2004
And I thought the situation in the state of Soviet Texas couldn't get any lower, after the "fiscally conservative, small government" republi-commies grew the federal government at rates much larger than the New Gingrich Congress+ William BJ Clinton.
Readers, I was wrong:
I took a look at John Kerry, and before I could even stab him for being a hard core mass murdering commie for the last 30 years, I find out he's a fucking serial killer who killed women and children with his bare hands and then lied and said Uncle Sam made him do it! No wonder the vast majority of Vietnam vets hate his guts. And a fucking SERIAL KILLER! Nominated by the "War is bad because it makes me feel bad" democrats. I was so dumbfounded by this in the last blog entry, that I even forgot to stab John Kerry for being a commie. Man, couldn't the democra-commies find someone who beats up old ladies, or a pervert who likes to fondle little girls? I don't think I can bring myself to vote for a serial killer who is one of the 3 most communist senators in congress for the last 30 years. I mean, I want drunken sailor republi-commie bills vetoed, but at what price? How hypocritical do the democra-commies expect me to be? Ahh, fuck it. Kerry would probably have only vetoed bills that didn't spend enough, anyway.
Here is a good start at describing Kerry's career as a mass murdering communist (helped the north vietnamese kill 100's of thousands of south vietnamese) after his serial killer career. It's so sad. I won't be voting for Kerry - not because he is a commie - but because he is a gigolo lying serial killer. I don't think I can overlook that in my desire for congressional spending bills to be vetoed.
Arkady Volsky used to tell another joke, this one about hope and progress. There were two economists, an optimist and a pessimist. The pessimist said: "Everything is terrible. It can't get any worse."
The optimist said: "Yes, it can."
In the interests of fairness, I want to bring you this story of republican serial killers. This guy was like the top fund raiser for Oregon or Washington and was actively being encouraged to run for office:
Bundy fled east and by mid-January was in sunny Florida, 1,500 miles from chilly Colorado. By now he was another different figure. Bundy was no longer the dapper, mild-mannered Republican who could charm the birds from the trees. He was an unkempt fugitive from justice - living on food stolen from supermarkets - whose murderous urges were out of control.
Republi-commies vs democra-commies! It's like Hitler vs Stalin - who killed more people?!!! Well, I guess W hasn't personally killed anyone yet. Although brown people, Canadians and Frenchies are scared. Good.
So who is responsible for this farce? The American people, of-course.
After Watergate, the American people have demanded more and more of their politicians. Coupled with the rise of dramatic educational and information sharing tools, people are also much more educated and able to choose their own propaganda instead of having it chosen for them. This has resulted in deeper, harder and wetter investigations of politicians. The level of libel and hate propagated by the media (who is prodded with the hot poker of capitalism by the people) at the politicians has caused the average quality of the politician to decline (or maybe even to increase). In any case, a common man can not be a politician any more. This is, of-course, the exact opposite of what the people wanted, when they armed themselves with information age tools to investigate politicians in order to reign them in. As a result, we are ruled by popularly elected smooth talking dictators who can sell ice to Eskimos. And we are all Eskimos. And Texas has been having mighty cold weather these days. One could say its almost filled up with ice. I wonder how that happened? Global "warming", I guess.
In order to increase (or decrease) the quality of politicians even more, I propose we pass a law making it legal to shoot them. Destroying people's reputations with hurtful lies is very bad - sometimes it hurts as much as being killed. So it's just logical for us the people to extend our needs and take the next step to legalize shooting politicians, in order to improve them (or to put them out of their misery). I think that would bring balance back.
Let's face it. Everyone's credibility is shot. Positions on issues don't matter. Character and profession matter. It's Texan Communist Cowboy vs Doctor vs Trial Lawyer vs Gigolo Serial Killer. I would much rather see the politicians described like this:
In a flurry of interviews and national television appearances, Whetstone has painted Gonzalez [her husband] as a control freak who dislikes children and pets, a spendthrift who cannot manage his own financial affairs and a bully with an explosive temper.
Descriptions of politicians, like the one above, are much more preferable than some farcical "position" on farcical "issues".
What a sad day Soviet Texas has come to.
BTW, if you guys want to learn about capitalism as practiced by wig wearing cross dressers, here are some Adam Smith quotes:
"It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest. We address ourselves, not to their humanity but to their self-love, and never talk to them of our own necessities but of their advantages..."
"But if great improvements are seldom to be expected from great proprietors, they are least of all to be expected when they employ slaves for their workmen. The experience of all ages and nations, I believe, demonstrates that the work done by slaves, though it appears to cost only their maintenance, is in the end the dearest of any. A person who can acquire no property, can have no other interest but to eat as much, and to labour as little as possible. Whatever work he does beyond what is sufficient to purchase his own maintenance can be squeezed out of him by violence only, and not by any interest of his own. In ancient Italy, how much the cultivation of corn degenerated, how unprofitable it became to the master when it fell under the management of slaves, is remarked by both Pliny and Columella. In the time of Aristotle it had not been much better in ancient Greece..."
"The man whose whole life is spent in performing a few simple operations, of which the effects are perhaps always the same, or very nearly the same, has no occasion to exert his understanding or to exercise his invention in finding out expedients for removing difficulties which never occur. He naturally loses, therefore, the habit of such exertion, and generally becomes as stupid and ignorant as it is possible for a human creature to become."
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