August 12, 2010

In the interest of fairness

There was a post at the Mothership earlier today where Ace linked to a Coulter column where she pointed out that almost nobody in the MFM had identified "the party affiliation of the thieving government officials in Bell, Calif."

I don't intend to defend the bastards who are involved in the controversy, nor will I suggest that if they were all Republicans, the MFM wouldn't be all over that like flies on shit, but city council and appointed city positions here in SoCal tend to be "non-partisan," which is to say that there's usually no party affiliation listed after the person's name.

You can usually guess which way a politician here leans based on their votes (not to mention their ambitions toward moving on up to Sacramento), and it shouldn't exactly come as a surprise that the people running a mostly-Latino, working class city like Bell are Dems.

All I'm saying is that there are a lot more outrageously outrageous Democrat-media complex stories out there.

P.S. If any of these points were made in the comments at AoSHQ, I apologize for being redundant, but I almost never wade in there anymore.

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August 10, 2010

RIP Sen. Ted Stevens

Killed in that plane crash, as I suspected. 

We didn't agree on a lot of things, but you did give us an awesome Internet meme, so I'll call it even.

Best wishes to his family. 

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August 05, 2010

As the blog's resident Californian...

...I guess I ought to weigh in on the whole Prop 8 thing.

Let's get a few things out of the way.

First of all, I'm not a law-talkin'-guy, so I'm not really qualified to opine on the merits of the judge's legal reasoning.

Secondly, I voted yes on Prop 8. I'll tell you why in a minute.

Third, I'm a straight guy, but I'm not married, and it's unlikely that I will be anytime in the near future, if ever.

This is gonna be kind of long, so I tucked the rest below the fold...
more...

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August 03, 2010

Today, I Made My Voice Heard

After all of these long months, today was the day for my voice to be heard. And I made it heard. I voted yes for Prop C in Missouri. And today, I told the supporters of Obamacare to fuck off with the turgid fucktool from the fucklion of freedom. I told the O-bots that they can take their "reform" and fuck themselves backwards with it. And I told my family that I will do my damnedest within the electoral and legal process to fend off the fuckquacks who want to ruin our future.

This is merely the first step, but it was the first time I could exercise my freedom of the franchise to tell everybody what I really want to fucking happen. And I feel better for it. Now, I really can say I told the left to fucking get fucked in the fuckflames of fury.

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