September 30, 2009
But if we with the "Cadillac" health plans have to start paying taxes on our benefits, that's a huge middle class tax increase, and we were promised that wouldn't happen. Rebalancing the pay package doesn't save us from that tax hit — even assuming our employers would reshuffle things. Plus we love our great health benefits, and we were told if we liked them, we'd get to keep them. How is it fair to change the rules on us after we worked so hard to get what we have? The Democrats, including Obama, got elected by saying "middle class" over and over again. They never said they were going to provide for the less fortunate at our expense, and I don't see how they would have gotten elected if they had.
Sigh. If the consequences of an Obama Presidency weren't so disastrous, I would savor mocking people like the good Professor. But I can't, since it was people such as her who swore up and down that Obama was a different breed of cat. And now, we are stuck with this shitheap until 2012.
Thanks for nothing, Professor.
Others have already remarked on this analogy, but I want to add my voice because the parallels to Israel then and America today turn my stomach: I have no problem with any of the substantive criticism of President Obama from the right or left. But something very dangerous is happening. Criticism from the far right has begun tipping over into delegitimation and creating the same kind of climate here that existed in Israel on the eve of the Rabin assassination
Congressman Alan Grayson - on the floor of the House - stated that Republicans want you to die quickly.
Well, Congressman, since you believe that I do want you do die, let me retort. I shall provide you with the same level of grace and dignity that you provided in these comments.
Fuck you. Fuck you with the barbed cock of Satan. Fuck you sideways with a chainsaw.
Look, you ignorant sack of puss, if you really believe this, then pass a bill to make being a Republican illegal. I mean, the logical conclusion to the idiotic idea that your one firing synapse developed is that Republicans are guilty of pre-meditated murder. No. Seriously. It is. Grow a pair and do it. Make being a Republican fucking illegal. I beg of you.
You ignorant fucking toad, I hope if your mother is alive she doesn't see that so she doesn't die of shame that her child would open his mouth and prove that he's such an ignorant piece of shit that he makes Al Gore look like a genius. If she's passed, then I hope she haunts you.
What the ever loving fuckity fuck is WRONG with people? I am so fucking sick of hearing how the Republicans are so angry and so mean. Gee. Huh. Why the hell would I be angry at being accused of wanting people to die? It's a mystery!
No points. No mercy on your soul.
September 29, 2009
Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo used profanity as he criticized Gov. Steve Beshear and his support of Mongiardo’s U.S. Senate candidacy in a recording posted last week on the Internet.
In the recording, which was placed on YouTube by someone using the name “senrace2010,” Mongiardo is heard saying he is so frustrated with Beshear that he is “close to saying f— it all. I do not need this job. I do not need the U.S. Senate.”
Mongiardo is also heard saying that Beshear, who has endorsed Mongiardo, will be remembered as the state’s “worst” governor and that a “blowup” is coming.
Heh. Oh, and here is the audio (Warning! Naughty language)
September 28, 2009
The bad news is, well, guess where the $9.5 million they used for the overhaul came from? Yeah.
I bet that "created or saved" just dozens and dozens of jobs.
September 27, 2009
September 26, 2009
That's it, folks. Drink up!
First Big Business, Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Lou Dobbs, the Religious Right, the Wall Street Journal, Mitch McConnell, and Karl Rove came for ACORN, and the Democrats did not speak out -- because they were not ACORN.
Then they came for SEIU, and the Democrats did not speak out -- because they were not SEIU.Then they came for the Apollo Alliance, and the Democrats did not speak out -- because they were not the Apollo Alliance. Then they came for the Center for American Progress, and the Democrats did not speak out -- because they were not the Center for American Program.
And on, and on, and on...
*Sigh* Hey Professor Fuckface Q Assfister, is that the best you can do? Rehashing Godwin's Law? That officially means you and your merry band of losers have lost this debate, and can only resort to the cheapest and most unoriginal of analogies. I award you no points, and may G-d have mercy on your soul.
Oh, and one more thing. I recall my old High School Latin Days, and for some reason, I feel like stealing this section from Catullus 16, just for you:
If nothing else, Jersey is next to us here in PA, where we have a back'n'forth with Texas over who is the huntinest state in the union (I think we're winning now, suck it Texas!), hell, we've got plenty of hunters in PA who'd be happy to help them bring down their wild game populations.
September 25, 2009
Umm...yeah. This is gonna come back to haunt this cat.
**Yeah, I initially screwed up and called Jane a guy.
September 24, 2009
While covering an anti-G20 protest in Pittsburgh, a CNN reporter was hit with a chemical agent. It appears the chemical substance was fired by police at demonstrators in an effort to disperse the crowd. It is unclear from the video what event occurred to prompt the order declaring the demonstration illegal. It appears the demonstrators may have strayed from their assigned, agreed route, in an effort to get closer to the site of the G20 meeting.
Stolen from an idea X-Brad floated over at the Hotsausages.
She's a starburst meant to hold the teetering coalition together. And Lowry's still tumescent.So, Sully, you're basically implying that another political commentator has a hardon for a politician? Really? You really want to go there, you slobbering fucking Obama fanboy?
Considering recent news, a remark about the pot calling the kettle black seems more appropriate than ever.
In a surprising moment, one woman inadvertently delivered an eloquent and heart-wrenching argument against government health care while arguing for it. Her husband, she said, was dropped by his insurance company when he got sick, subsequently survived a massive heart attack, and then went on Social Security disability.Captain Picard was not available for comment.
"But when he was approved for Social Security disability income, he was told he had to wait 24 months before he was eligible for Medicare. Why?... The federal government wanted him to die so they didn't have to pay for his medical expenses, and generously gave him two years to do it. Any of this could happen to anyone."
September 23, 2009
Well, today in a post called, "Condie Cranks Up The Fear" there's this:
She tells Fortune magazine:
"The last time we left Afghanistan, and we abandoned Pakistan," she said, "that territory became the very territory on which Al Qaeda trained and attacked us on September 11th. So our national security interests are very much tied up in not letting Afghanistan fail again and become a safe haven for terrorists...It's that simple," she declared, "if you want another terrorist attack in the U.S., abandon Afghanistan."
Josh Marshall jumps in
The 'safe haven' argument just doesn't seem to add up. The safe havens or rather the training camps in the safe havens, where so many would-be terrorists apparently did an endless stream of calisthenics on those iconic monkey bars, were neither a necessary nor a sufficient condition for the 9/11 attacks. They were funded through too loosely guarded global financial networks, planned and organized in cities in Europe and executed right here in the USA.
Apparently, according to Andi, the existence of an unharrassed base in which to train and prepare an attack had nothing to do with the succeessful attack on 9/11. Nope, it would have been just as easy to organize the most intricate terrorist attack in history without a safe haven.Now Andi, you've obviously been into your whacky tobaccy again today so let me try to put this in terms even you will understand:
Your writing is, due to its painful obsessions and lack of logic, a form of mental terrorism. Unharrassed, you manage to produce seemingly unlimited mounds of the fetid bullshit every day. You sitting at your desk with your typewriter and giant water bong (filled with milky loads) is similar to Al Queda and the Taliban sitting in Afghanistan with no one to annoy them. Their terrible productivity was only limited by their god-given ability.
Now, imagine a group of men kick in your door and start kicking the shit out of you. Further imagine that they tear out all your communications devices and force you into hiding in your closet.
How much fucking writing would you do then? Yeah, not much. Especially since they allowed you to keep your giant, cock-shaped milky loads bong.
So, in what fucking universe does us leaving Afghanistan NOT increase their opportunity to attack us? What magical, invisible dark-force hampers their productivity in the absence of thousands of dedicated, American military ass-kickers?
P.S. Palin still has a vagina and is happy and you still don't and aren't. Enjoy coming to our country and breaking our laws and sliding because of your connections you piece of shit. I hope every Mexican that was deported last year for drug offenses kicks you in the dick.
* The One He Wants To Shoot Milky Loads In His Power Glutes
Bristling with impatience, President Barack Obama sternly prodded Israeli and Palestinian leaders to relaunch Mideast peace negotiations Tuesday, grasping a newly personal role in their historic standoff. He won an awkward, stone-faced handshake but no other apparent progress beyond a promise to talk about more talks.Unfortunately, there happens to be a side in the negotiations that is intractable and wants to drive the other side into the sea. But Obama "won" something, huh? What he "won" was equal to a "Participant" trophy as far as foreigners might be concerned, especially since he's junking our standing in the world, but, hey, a win is a win, huh?
September 22, 2009
Oh, and if you do post something, please be so kind as to save it here.
Not that I encourage internet vandalism. No way.
BTW, here is what I wrote:
I must congratulate you on your coverage of Trig Palin's parentage. Your single minded dedication to investigating a woman's reproductive organs when few others cared, and in the face of overwhelming evidence against your claims, convinced me that I am not the most mentally disturbed person on the internet, and that I need to keep my medication handy at all times.
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