Truly bizarre -- the past-it baldy James Carville -- takes time on Good Friday to denounce Bill Richardson as Judas.

Bill Clinton -- the past-it horndog who used to be president and get undeserving blowjobs late at night -- made it clear that he saw both Hillary and John McCain as patriotic Americans, implying that Senator Obama is not.

And when retired General McPeak, said that this remark or BIll Clinton smacks of McCarthyism, the Clinton Hit Squad (Penn, Wolfson, et al) went ballistic decrying the horror of someone comparing Bill Clinton to the late Senator Joe McCarthy -- despite one of theirs having just compared Senator Obama to Judas. As if Joe McCarthy was worse.

More to the underlying point:

Are they trying to say that Hillary Clinton is, in some way, the same as Jesus?

All that is happening here is that we are losing ANY affection we might have had for Bill Clinton and grudgingly, reluctantly admitting that yes, Hillary Clinton may well be a monster, a bitch, a Madame LaFarge, a Marie Antoinette, a Catherine the not-so-Great, etc -- in other words, a female Joe McCarthy.

What is also amazing is how, after Texas and Ohio, the Clinton campaign loudly proclaimed that Senator Obama wasn't tough enough, wasn't aggressive enough to win election -- and NOW they whine that "oh he just decided to go on the attack and all he's done since then is attack Senator Clinton.

(Oh yeah, and also put his ass on the line to make the greatest healing speech since Abe Lincoln made the Gettysburg Address, and the greatest most perceptive speech on racialism in our society since that same Abe Lincoln made the Emancipation Proclamation.)

Scum. Walking talking rotting scum.




You can call her a bitch or a cunt or whatever, but she's really "The Dog in the Manger."

Hillary Clinton -- "Why is Senator Obama afraid of a re-vote?" etc

(in other words, I want the votes that weren't supposed to be counted now to be counted since I got more than he did. (Hell, she ran unopposed in Michigan and STILL only got a little more than 50% of the votes. Not quite as bad as former AG Ashcroft who lost a senate race to a dead man, but still...)

When I was growing up, there was an Aesop fable called "The Dog in the manger"

When I mention it I find very few people know what that means.

The story is about a dog that lies down in a manger and growls and bites when cattle come in to eat the hay. In other words -- the dog can't use it but he will not let anyone else use it.

Aesop always concludes with someone telling the moral of the tale.
And in this one, the ox says (as most translations go):

People often begrudge others what they cannot enjoy themselves.

I'm beginning to think it was merely descriptive when someone referred to her as a "monster" and said "She'll do ANYTHING to win." And with that old draft-dodger Bill saying, in essence, it's Hillary or McCain, that Senator Obama is not patriotic.

"Ooo-ee-ooo," they say, "Ooo-ee-oo, be scared, very scared, of the darkies."

I think, morality aside -- while the impeachment was an obvious and cynical political attempt at a coup, he didn't DESERVE a blow job.

They're the Diem family, corrupt, vicious, self-serving, and Madame Nhu is the worst of the lot.

I no longer think either one (Senator Clinton or Senator Obama) would be a good president.
Senator Clinton is just the gyno-American version of George W. Bush -- maybe the laboratory-created love-child made from the spume of a three-way between him and Dick Cheney and Karl Rove, combining the worst features of each.

Can't vote for McCain -- unlike Reagan, he's already senile even before the race begins.

So I think Ralph Nader will get a lot of votes this time around and everyone will blame the Democratic loss on him instead of putting it where it belongs -- on what dark vile nasty under-the-rocks many-legged venomous thing the public saw lurking beneath the Democratic candidate's exterior .

"The biggest business in America is not steel, automobiles, or television. It is the manufacture, refinement and distribution of anxiety ... Logically extended, this process can only terminate in a mass nervous breakdown or in a collective condition of resentment..."
Eric Severeid (Quoted in Organ Magazine 1971)



Looking behind the curtain (Nasty language advisory)

Mommy Hillary and Daddy Barack are fighting in the kitchen, screaming horrible things at each other ...

and the Democratic Party is -- like James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause -- covering its ears and screaming: "YOU'RE TEARING ME APART!!"

A million million words but what it really comes down to is this:

The Clinton campaign is pointing a finger and shouting: "Nigger! Nigger! Nigger!."

The Obama Campaign is pointing a finger and shouting: "Bitch! Bitch! Bitch!" (Although there is some debate about this one -- several people have said: "No, what they're shouting is Cunt! Cunt! Cunt!" As if it made a difference.)

And many of us who traditionally dress to the Left are trying to cover our ears and resist screaming:

"You're tearing us apart."

And a few of us are saying:

"Grow up, you immature playground bully assholes -- just grow the fuck up."



HUBRIS means never realizing that the old saw --

"Be careful the asses you kick on the way up
-- they're the same ones you'll have to kiss on the way down"

applies to you, too.


Politics is not only tough,

it's ALSO an intelligence test.

Guess who got an F?




Party like it's 1776 -- the Declaration of Independence as it was re-writ into good American back in 1923

(It's scarily amazing how perfectly this 1923 redaction of the 1776 document
fits so perfectly in 2008)

Declaration of Independence in American

by H. L. Mencken

From THE AMERICAN LANGUAGE, THIRD EDITION, 1923, pp. 398-402.First printed as "Essay in American" in the Baltimore Evening Sun, Nov. 7, 1921.


It must be obvious that more than one section of the original is now quite unintelligible to the average American of the sort using the Common Speech. What would he make, for example, of such a sentence as this one: `He has called together bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures'? Or of this: `He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected, whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihilation, have returned to the people at large for their exercise.' Such Johnsonian periods are quite beyond his comprehension, and no doubt the fact is at least partly to blame for the neglect upon which the Declaration has fallen in recent years. When, during the Wilson-Palmer saturnalia of oppressions [1918-20], specialists in liberty began protesting that the Declaration plainly gave the people the right to alter the government under which they lived and even to abolish it altogether, they encountered the utmost incredulity. On more than one occasion, in fact, such an exegete was tarred and feathered by shocked members of the American Legion, even after the Declaration had been read to them. What ailed them was simply that they could not understand its Eighteenth Century English." This jocosity was denounced as seditious by various patriotic Americans, and in England it was accepted gravely and deplored sadly as a specimen of current Standard American.

WHEN THINGS get so balled up that the people of a country got to cut loose from some other country, and go it on their own hook, without asking no permission from nobody, excepting maybe God Almighty, then they ought to let everybody know why they done it, so that everybody can see they are not trying to put nothing over on nobody.

All we got to say on this proposition is this: first, me and you is as good as anybody else, and maybe a damn sight better; second, nobody ain't got no right to take away none of our rights; third, every man has got a right to live, to come and go as he pleases, and to have a good time whichever way he likes, so long as he don't interfere with nobody else.

That any government that don't give a man them rights ain't worth a damn; also, people ought to choose the kind of government they want themselves, and nobody else ought to have no say in the matter.

That whenever any government don't do this, then the people have got a right to give it the bum's rush and put in one that will take care of their interests. Of course, that don't mean having a revolution every day like them South American yellow-bellies, or every time some jobholder goes to work and does something he ain't got no business to do. It is better to stand a little graft, etc., than to have revolutions all the time, like them coons, and any man that wasn't a anarchist or one of them I.W.W.'s would say the same. But when things get so bad that a man ain't hardly got no rights at all no more, but you might almost call him a slave, then everybody ought to get together and throw the grafters out, and put in new ones who won't carry on so high and steal so much, and then watch them.

This is the proposition the people of these Colonies is up against, and they have got tired of it, and won't stand it no more. The administration of the present King, George III, has been rotten from the start, and when anybody kicked about it he always tried to get away with it by strong-arm work. Here is some of the rough stuff he has pulled:

He vetoed bills in the Legislature that everybody was in favor of, and hardly nobody was against.

He wouldn't allow no law to be passed without it was first put up to him, and then he stuck it in his pocket and let on he forgot about it, and didn't pay no attention to no kicks.

When people went to work and gone to him and asked him to put through a law about this or that, he give them their choice: either they had to shut down the Legislature and let him pass it all by himself, or they couldn't have it at all.

He made the Legislature meet at one-horse tank-towns, so that hardly nobody could get there and most of the leaders would stay home and let him go to work and do things like he wanted.

He give the Legislature the air, and sent the members home every time they stood up to him and give him a call-down or bawled him out.

When a Legislature was busted up he wouldn't allow no new one to be elected, so that there wasn't nobody left to run things, but anybody could walk in and do whatever they pleased.

He tried to scare people outen moving into these States, and made it so hard for a wop or one of these here kikes to get his papers that he would rather stay home and not try it, and then, when he come in, he wouldn't let him have no land, and so he either went home again or never come.

He monkeyed with the courts, and didn't hire enough judges to do the work, and so a person had to wait so long for his case to come up that he got sick of waiting, and went home, and so never got what was coming to him.

He got the judges under his thumb by turning them out when they done anything he didn't like, or by holding up their salaries, so that they had to knuckle down or not get no money.

He made a lot of new jobs, and give them to loafers that nobody knowed nothing about, and the poor people had to pay the bill, whether they could or not.

Without no war going on, he kept an army loafing around the country, no matter how much people kicked about it.

He let the army run things to suit theirself and never paid no attention whatsoever to nobody which didn't wear no uniform.

He let grafters run loose, from God knows where, and give them the say in everything, and let them put over such things as the following:

Making poor people board and lodge a lot of soldiers they ain't got no use for, and don't want to see loafing around.

When the soldiers kill a man, framing it up so that they would get off.

Interfering with business.

Making us pay taxes without asking us whether we thought the things we had to pay taxes for was something that was worth paying taxes for or not.



"Distrust all in whom

the impulse to punish is powerful."

Friedrich Nietzche Thus Spake Zarathustra


Talbot Mundy on Religion

"I have conversed with many Priests;
and some were honest men, and some were not,
but three things none of them could answer:

1) -- If their God is all-wise, what does it matter if men are foolish?

2) -- And if they can imagine and define their God,
must he not be smaller than their own imaginations?

3) -- Furthermore, if their God is omnipotent,
why does he need priests and ritual?"

Talbot Mundy in OM, The Secret of Ahbor Valley -- 1924


Once again ...

Whatever we may think, there's still only one thing we KNOW about the three major contenders for presidential candidate:


See something in common?

All three campaigned and PROMISED their constituents they would serve the interests of their state for 6 years.

And none of them are actually doing the job they're being paid for.

So what do we know?

Since we know the ONE solid campaign promise each one promised,
we should know from that you can't believe ANY of their campaign promises.

They lie.

They left their states with only half of the advocates that OTHER states have.

So, if YOU did that -- interviewed for a job, got it, and then spent all your time on THAT job going out to interviews for OTHER jobs, using the fact of HAVING the first job as part of your qualifications for the SECOND job...

You get the idea.

Lying sacks of piss poor protoplasm.

(Yeah, of course Chuckles Huckabee is unemployed and is pretty truthful, I think, now we're talking about Andy Griffith as Lonesom Rhodes in The Face in the Crowd.

Or in the words of the late Arlen Riley Wilson, a woman of great wisdom and beauty:

The Scum rises to the top.



Regarding the posting below about the 3:00 AM commercial:

It's a common mistake among world leaders and leader wannabe's
to mistake viciousness for strength.

Gotta remind them every time to remember this:

There's a difference between

a guard dog and a mad dog.


Hillary's new middle-of-the-night commecial

Just saw the new Hillary Clinton commercial on CNN about how, when the red phone rings at 3:00 AM, you want someone who knows all the world leaders and etc to handle it.
Apparently taking the lead from LBJ's Little Girl-Daisy-picking-Atom Bomb commerical in 1964, and aside from the fact that pretty much all of the world leaders she knew when she was 1st Doxy are no longer in office, a more honest commercial would go like this:


Dark room ...
C.U. on Red Phone Ringing
Low Light shot of a couple in bed, asleep.
The Woman wakes up and pokes the man:
"Bill -- get up, go get the phone, it might be something important."
V.O. "When the phone rings in the middle of the night, don't you want someone there who used to hear it ring? This time around, she might even answer it."
"She may have been the last one to know when Bill was getting blown by bimbos, but she knows when the phone is ringing, and this time around, she'll actually answer it."

And she answers Senator Obama's complaint about fear-mongering by saying "My opponent thinks talking about national security is fear-mongering."
Wow -- anyone THAT far removed from reality needs a rest cure, not an oval office.


"The biggest business in America is not steel, automobiles, or television. It is the
manufacture, refinement and distribution of anxiety ... Logically extended, this
process can only terminate in a mass nervous breakdown
or in a collective condition of resentment..."
Eric Severeid (Quoted in Organ Magazine, 1971)


"How is the world ruled and how do wars start?
Diplomats tell lies to journalists and then believe what they read."
Karl Kraus 1874 - 1936



Gen: Turkish Pullout Had Been Planned

Mar 1st, 2008 | ISTANBUL, Turkey -- Turkey's top general said the country's troop withdrawal from Iraq had nothing to do with U.S. calls to keep the cross-border campaign against Kurdish rebels as short as possible, a newspaper reported Saturday.

Gen. Yasar Buyukanit said withdrawal had already begun when U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates asked on Thursday for a quick end to Turkey's military operation in northern Iraq against separatist rebels of the Kurdistan Workers' Party, or PKK, Milliyet newspaper reported. Announcing the pullout then would have been a security risk, the general was quoted as saying.


So which one is trying to save face?

Buyukanit who was saying "The US can't boss us around?"

Or Gates, who was saying: "We're the US and we can tell people what to do -- especially in our own private war?"

Or both?

The Kurds are finding out what the American Cherokee and others learned happens when the bullies in the playground find out there's oil under your land.



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