Sunday, October 12, 2014

The Party of Lies

Some in the Republican Party is re-thinking their stance on homosexuals and gay marriage. You can bet your sweet, flaming bippy it ain’t because they had a big, fat group change of heart. They’re doing it, quite obviously, in an attempt to attract more voters. What voters, you ask? Those who agree with what the Republican Party stands for with the exception of gay marriage. 

What I find particularly discouraging is that there are people just this one issue away from voting Republican. Not all of them will because I suspect they’re smart enough to know that, while the Right may proclaim to the free world that they now magically and freely endorse gay marriage, it is in no way a sincere change of heart. It’s quite the opposite – acutely insincere. Republicans are, in essence, lying to the American people. They no more believe gays should be allowed to marry than they believe in dinosaurs and the Big Bang theory. Politicians lie to the voting public as a matter of habit, but no party should be allowed to get away with this. 

They want power for no one but the party and corporate America – not the citizens – and they’ll say anything to get it.

Dan Patrick - You Ignorant Fuck

“While ISIS terrorists threaten to cross our border and kill Americans, my opponent falsely attacks me to hide her failed record on illegal immigration,”

In his latest political commercial, Texas gubernatorial candidate Dan Patrick attempts to steer voters his way (and away from them pussy Democrats) by scaring them.

Unfortunately, this tactic works on the cerebrally challenged.  Fortunately, the cerebrally challenged already vote Republican.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Dumbass Formerly in Government

One-time Glendale, Missouri police officer Matthew Pappert has been all over the news the last few days.  He was initially suspended from the department for comments on Facebook.  He was fired following an internal investigation.

Two gems this upstanding citizen posted:

1.  "These protesters should have been put down like a rabid dog the first night.”
2.  “I’m sick of these protesters.  You are a burden on society and a blight on the community.”

His lawyer said, "Officer Pappert is deeply remorseful about what he posted on social media.  We ask for the same spirit of forgiveness and the opportunity for redemption."

How do you forgive someone for who they are?  He’s exposed himself as an oppressive thug and a tyrant.  How do you forgive someone for expressing a desire to kill and squelch the Constitutional rights of his fellow citizens?  I’ll tell you how – You don’t.

Pappert got his chance to play policeman, and has proven with words that he is absolutely unsuitable for such a position of trust.  Good riddance.  Enjoy your new career.