Thursday, September 20, 2012

American Patriot

Couldn't help but notice another great moment in hypocrisy...this week, senate rethuglicans blocked the Veterans Jobs Act, a bill to help those who served gain decent employment. One of the "NO" votes was cast by former POW, St. Sleazy, John McCain. Seems like it was only four years ago that he was campaigning loudly about "support our troops" pro-war heroism. I guess St. Sleazy believes patriotic words should count for more than actual deeds.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

"Not Elegantly Stated"

Yeah, Willard, you should have found a more 'elegant' phrase to explain that poor people are losers, unworthy of your attention. Really, the peasants must be made to understand that their role is to serve their betters without question. And Willard would really prefer if the elderly and disabled would have the decency to crawl off and die quietly so he can continue to avoid hearing about them. If they can't be decent servants,who needs them? Willard bravely stands for "Government of the rich, by the rich, and for the rich", and if you're not one of the rich, well, that's your own damned fault.
Speaking of people who Willard can't be bothered with, Palestinians. Willard plans to kick their can down the road, and hope for some decent outcome in the future. Preferably one where they can either be used for slave factory labor in an outsourced manufacturing plant, or quietly dead so as to stop inconveniencing the Israelis.
Well, for possibly the first time in his campaign for Oligarch, Willard said something that was actually true: "not elegantly stated" is an honest motto for his platform.