Friday, April 03, 2009



Chad Shue, Progressive Loser of the Week

In the comment section following an article about the 300 (and growing) "Tea Parties" that are planned for Tax Us Till We Bleed Day (April 15th) a writer wrote about the media's refusal to cover the events and Chad Shue wrote a typical progressive (childish) follow up.

Chad Shue says:

Lonely out in the wilderness, huh?
Peace,Chad Shue
Seattle Progressive Politics Examiner
April 3,
10:32 AM

Kathy says:
As long as the mainstream media continues to not cover conservative protests, those protests will be futile. What's needed are wide spread fiscal protests of the media. Hit them where it hurts, in the wallet, and they will start to report in a fair manner.
April 3, 3:58 AM

Why Not Legalize? Time's Been Doing Doobs For Years

Doesn't their reporting make better sense now? Especially the authors.

For the past several years, I've been harboring a fantasy, a last political crusade for the baby-boom generation. We, who started on the path of righteousness, marching for civil rights and against the war in Vietnam, need to find an appropriately high-minded approach to life's exit ramp. In this case, I mean the high-minded part literally.

You santimonious cretin. Brag all you want about causing millions of SE Asian murders.
As for civil rights, do you actually think it was only you, marching for a good feeling, that actually made the change? In fact, it wasn't the marcher that changed civil rights, it was the workplace, the military, the suburbs, the voter and all of the good Americans that changed civil rights. Yes, even Norman Rockwell was for civil rights.

How's your self righteousness working out for you now Joe?
Joe? Joey? Look at yourself. Covered in munchie crumbs and smelling like a burned rope. Joey, stop the drooling and tell us some more fables.

Obama, Court Jester Understudy, For Geithner

My, how quickly the bubble has formed around Obama, completely obliterating reality and puffing up his ego to the size of Pink Floyd's famous pig blimp.

Inside Obama's meeting with bank CEOs
The bankers struggled to make themselves clear to the president of the United States.

Arrayed around a long mahogany table in the White House state dining room last week, the CEOs of the most powerful financial institutions in the world offered several explanations for paying high salaries to their employees – and, by extension, to themselves.

“These are complicated companies,” one CEO said. Offered another: “We’re competing for talent on an international market.”

But President Barack Obama wasn’t in a mood to hear them out. He stopped the conversation, and offered a blunt reminder of the public’s reaction to such explanations. “Be careful how you make those statements, gentlemen. The public isn’t buying that.”

“My administration,” the president added, “is the only thing between you and the pitchforks.”

Pitchforks? Does he mean like peasants in Shelley's Frankenstein, chasing down the monster while waving torches to ward off the night, but crazed with fear?

Obama's campaign created the fear. To get elected. As a junior Senator Obama refused to listen to the warning on Capitol Hill. Maybe he just didn't want to rock the boat. The polls probably told him not to.

Sadness In Elyria

William Ely, grandson of Heman Ely, moves into this fine home in 1882 with his new bride. When she dies suddenly three years later, the grief-stricken William vows that the house will remain exactly as she had left it.

William A. Ely home(after years of neglect) As years turn to decades, cobwebs and dust pile up. Mold slowly destroys the rugs, upholstery, curtains, and wallpaper. The sad house will finally be taken down over 50 years later.

Minnie Me North Korea Channels Mel Gibson's William Wallace

The difference between reality and a desired projected image meant to imply seriousness.

Young Soldier: William Wallace is seven feet tall!

William Wallace: Yes, I've heard. Kills men by the hundreds. And if HE were here, he'd consume the English with fireballs from his eyes, and bolts of lightning from his arse.

It's not easy being Minnie Me. The qualifier here is that he may be frozen next to Elvis and Walt Disney.
Why doesn't Obama just fire the head of North Korea, send in Lil' Timmy and set their world aright again just like here? They could call it 'compassionate catastrophe II.'