Thursday, October 21, 2010


George Corley Wallace, Jr.

There was a child less couple next door to my suburban childhood home in the early 60’s.  Their name was Swineheart. There was a cut out of a little pink pig with a red heart handing from their mailbox.
It was from the mouth of Mr. Swineheart that I first heard the phrase:
You know, Hitler was not completely wrong.
I have heard that line hundreds of times throughout my life and every time I hear it I know that I am speaking to a fascist prick.Swinehearts would tell me that Finland really had a Communist Government and the poor Finlanders had no clue that they were being governed by communists.I recall thinking that if it did not bother the Finlanders that much, maybe communism was not really that bad a thing after all.

Mr. Swineheart read some squib in the newspaper one day and came to the conclusion that the commies were going to take over all of the South American coffee trade. So he started to hoard coffee. He had accumulated hundreds of coffee tins and kept them in his basement.

He was also afraid of fluoride in our water systems and daylight savings time and…..

He had other issues. I mean he liked to masturbate his two dogs in his garage…he said it made them feel better. Hahahahahah

He was most probably the first tea partier I have ever met.
The media acts like this ‘movement’ is all new. Oh we have never seen anything like this before.
I mean like Strom Thurmond was a polite and reasonable person.
George Wallace was a real reward to humanity from God.
I am still attempting to see the late Lester Maddox nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Senator John Tower was a monument to civility and reason.
Spiro Agnew was a real voice of sanity.
Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld gave all they had to public service never wishing anything in return.
Oh but the Tea Partiers are all new and have new perspectives for a new America.

Here is their agenda, officially anway:

The contract, to use its own language, asks candidates to agree to: 1) protect the Constitution; 2) reject cap-and-trade regulation of climate-warming gases; 3) demand a balanced budget; 4) enact fundamental tax reform; 5) restore fiscal responsibility and constitutionally limited government in Washington; 6) end runaway government spending; 7) defund, repeal and replace government-run health care; 8) pass an “all-of-the-above” energy policy (referring, in part, to the exploration of domestic energy reserves); 9) stop the pork; and 10) stop the tax hikes.

Except for praying for the repeal of health care legislation and the reference to cap and trade, there is nothing new here.

Repubs have been screaming about the national debt for sixty years!!
And there is a greater agenda for these morons anyway.
The TPs seek to have prayer in schools.
I grew up with prayer time in school during the 1950’s.
The TPs are against abortion.
Abortion was illegal under any circumstances in most states in the Union until 1973; and repubs have been against Roe v. Wade ever since.
The TPs are against welfare for the poor and powerless.
The repub caucuses in both Houses of Congress have been voting against welfare for the poor and powerless since 1980.
The TP’s are against Affirmative Action—except when rich folks enroll Skippy into Yale based upon contributions made from the family trust fund rather than SAT scores.

As an aide to the 1950 Senate campaign of North Carolina Republican candidate Willis Smith, Helms reportedly helped create attack ads against Smith's opponent, including one which read: "White people, wake up before it is too late. Do you want Negroes working beside you, your wife and your daughters, in your mills and factories? Frank Graham favors mingling of the races.

The TP’s are against national health care.
Big deal so was Richard Nixon but even Nixon would have probably backed the new health care legislation.

The TP’s  have come up with nothing new.
Same ole same ole.


How many people believe in evolution in this country?"
Beck went on to say that he didn't know the answer, because he's "not God" and, consquently, doesn't know "how God creates," but he thought that it was "ridiculous" to think that we "came from monkeys." Personally, I find the intricate calibrations of evolutionary biology to be one of God's most impressive creations. But, hey, that's just me, trying to give God the credit for being all-wise and all-knowing, like you learn in Sunday school, and not just some summa cum laude sorcerer graduate of Hogwarts. ("I'm not a witch, I'm you," sayeth the Lord.)
This leads to a long-winded dialogue about how evolution has been "forced down your throat," and so it must be bad for you, like, you know, lima beans or Robitussin. Always the forced-oral sodomy fetish, with this guy!
At any rate, your money shot, from Beck: "I haven't seen a half-monkey, half-person yet." Let me caution you: you will not be the first person to make a "mirror" joke, so step up your game

Well I have seen a cross between a human being and a monkey and it is beckerhead.
The former member of the Three Stooges

That’s all I got today.

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