Thursday, October 31, 2013

Celebrating Halloween, Republican Style

Tonight I think I'll introduce the trick-or-treating children to Conservative Economics 101.

I'll take some candy from each of them then give it all to the kid who already has the most. My solemn promise that a wealth of candy will trickle down to them will no doubt fill their bags to overflowing.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Responsibility As Taught By Those Who Have None

On 15 Oct 2013 a North Carolina father and son were out target shooting. Upon their return home their guns were not secured.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

To All The Religious Zealots Out There

If you feel that your religion is worth killing for...

Please, start with yourself.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Is "Obamacare" Socialized Medicine?

First, a little clarification. The terminally ignorant continue to rant about the PPACA, or the ACA, or Obamacare (all different names for the exact same legislation) somehow equating to socialized medicine.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Obama Personally Funds Muslim Museum Amid Government Shutdown

Yeah, I know. This is the "Stupidity of the Day" (one of many) currently spreading through Tea Party blogs, those things other TPers call news, lol.

Even worse?

Political Humor, Intentional And Otherwise

While entertaining myself with the comments uttered by incompetent and clueless DC politicians I stumbled across a rather amusing piece which related the current government shutdown debacle in the context of professional wrestling. First, the entertaining and/or enlightening comments:

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

The Proper Way To Eliminate Obamacare

I am sympathetic toward the less fortunate, those who lack what they need, those who cannot rid themselves of their afflictions. This isn't always easy, I find it quite difficult to sympathize with those lacking common sense and integrity while suffering from terminal stupidity and willful ignorance but I do try. It is in this spirit of benevolence toward my fellow man that I offer the following advice and information to a large group of Americans suffering greatly from the issues mentioned above.


  • a. Incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs.
  • b. An occurrence, result, or circumstance notable for such incongruity.

A Tea Party Republican senator, while engaging in a desperate 21-hour long "look at me, pay attention to me" bid for attention, read into the Congressional Record the literary work of a liberal writer. Not just any literary work but one that's all about trying something new and finding out that it's good.