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To dissolve, submerge, and cause to disappear the political or governmental system in the economic system by reducing, simplifying, decentralizing and suppressing, one after another, all the wheels of this great machine, which is called the Government or the State. --Proudhon, General Idea of the Revolution

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Friday, December 16, 2005


In a discussion at Drudge Retort, "A Citizen" wrote:

...people who go to college and enter a field where they live off the government tit or enter the arts where thye live off the government tit or become actors where they totally lose touch with reality are liberal.

Bwahahahahahaha! Shit, it seems every time I get the coffee wiped off my keyboard, something like this comes along.

You mean like that out of touch liberal--I forget the beady-eyed little turd's name--who owned the Texas Rangers, and had the taxpayers of Arlington build him a stadium? Those kinds of liberals? Or the stockholders in giant corporations that get more each year in corporate welfare than they make in profits?

Reminds me of that Tom the Dancing Bug cartoon, "Bush and Cheney's Guide to Getting Rich":

....despite what certain liberal politicians say, it has absolutely nothing to do with government!

Just use our E-Z to follow instructions:

First, use family political connections to assemble a group that can buy a baseball team and will include you.

Then convince the city government to build you a stadium... and then give it and the surrounding land to you.

WHAT?! You've got no family political connections? Ha-ha! Don't panic! We've got a back-up plan for the less fortunate.

Simply parlay your cabinet post into a job as CEO of an oil services corporation that relies on government contracts.

Then use your Pentagon and government connections to land hugely profitable government contracts and loan guarantee giveaways--and watch your stock skyrocket!

Simple, ain't it? No need to thank us--and definitely no need to thank the government.


Blogger troutsky said...

I had about an hour long argument with the same moron down at the Eagles Club last night.He kept going off on actors and blacks (he used a less polite word)and liberals so I told him my problems with liberals, from a socialist perspective and he only missed a couple of beats.He may have a point about actors and reality.

December 19, 2005 3:57 PM  

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