Never before in all our history have these forces been so united against one candidate as they stand today. They are unanimous in their hate for me and I welcome their hatred.-FDR

Monday, November 28, 2011

Barney Frank is Retiring


Frank is one of the greatest Congressmen of the past couple of decades, it would be sad to see him leave.

Idiot of the Week

The pepper spraying cops at UC Davis

This kind of shit can not be tolerated.

And to my troll in Crystal River, I know you didn't like my comparison of the Occupier protesters to MLK and the civil rights protesters. Well, both groups fought/are fighting for justice and were/are getting brutalized by the police. So my comparison holds up. I wish for the safety of every protester fighting for the good cause.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

New Term

In global warming, the melting of the icecaps actually leads to some areas getting colder as a result. I have thought of a new term to describe this phenomenon:

"Snowball warming."

I love it!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Idiot of the Week

Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez

Just because they haven't been given the attention, teabaggers are still violent people and are a threat to America. Another violent teabagger behind bars.

Sunday, November 20, 2011


Why can't Herman Cain win most of the votes?

Because of the Herman Antitrust Act.

Occupy Movement, My Generation's Greatness Moment

Every generation has had its moment of greatness, why is my generation any different? My grandparents had the defeat of Germany and Japan, my parents had civil rights and the hippy protest of the Vietnam War, and now my generation (Generation Y/Millennials) has its greatness moment: the Occupy Movement. For the past 30 years, right-wing policies have slowly eroded good government laws and regulations and now corporations have too much power. The Occupy Movement which started at Wall Street is in its infancy and has potential for real change. Of course like all great movements, there will be rabid right-wing pushback. But there's one thing the great movements in history have that they don't have: being right. Haters will hate, so let them, just as long as the good guys win at the end. To my peers in the Occupy Movement: get ready to make history!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Idiot of the Week

The Penn State Football Program

Sick bastards. Of course if people can get arrested/fired for engaging in/covering up child molestation, can we also do that to people who try to cover up the truth about global warming? We can only hope.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Armistice Day

This is a day late, but it's important to remember that 11/11 marked the end of war in 1918. It's important for the anti-war movement to reclaim this day as an anti-war special day. We need to fight for world peace and oppose war whenever it occurs. War should only be a last resort and even then we should attempt to stop it from starting in the first place.

Monday, November 7, 2011

Idiot of the Week

Herman Cain

The dude sexually harassed a few women a while back, lied about it, and is now targeting those who oppose him, what an asshole. I'll have more of a take on Cain later.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Two Truths About Conservatives

Over the past few weeks, I have been thinking about how conservatives are still trying to destroy the world and I've come up with two truths about them:

A. Conservatives are the bad guys (and liberals are the good guys). I've explained The McClane Reply before and the more and more I think about it, the more it makes sense. While liberals aren't perfect, they are better than conservatives. I have yet to come up with a single issue in which conservatives are better than liberals. And I'm not saying that because I'm a liberal, I'm saying that because it's true. If you just stand back and look at the issues and where each side stands, there is no debate. Conservatives are pro-militarism, liberals are pro-peace. Conservatives are pro-corruption, liberals are pro-justice. Conservatives are pro-theocracy, liberals are pro-separation of church and state. Conservatives are pro-pollution, liberals are pro-environment. Conservatives are for the greedy corporations, liberals are for the unions and workers. Conservatives are racist/sexist/homophobic/xenophobic/bigoted, liberals are pro-tolerance. Conservatives are authoritarian in nature, liberals are libertarian in nature. Conservatives promote ignorance, liberals promote education. The list goes on. Politics is not a sport, it's not about cheering for your favorite team. One side is the obvious good guy and the the other side is the obvious bad guy. And no matter how much you hate another sports team, they aren't as bad as conservatives. So with that said, why would anybody want to be conservative? I think it's a combination of nationalism, power, fear, and stupidity that causes people to become conservatives. But also part of it has to do with the next truth.

B. Conservatives will say or do anything to get power. I have gotten into enough online debates with conservatives and have read and seen enough of their propaganda to know that conservatives live in an alternative reality where truth, decency, and reason don't matter. Conservatives will lie, cheat, smear, name call, project, threaten, steal, or whatever will make them win and brainwash people. And they have mastered the art of projection, pretty much everything they say about liberals is true about themselves. They will call liberals racists and fascists even though that is projection. And they don't care, this is because conservatives are bullies. And when you call them out for it, they bully you more. Bullies don't stop being bullies, they continue to bully because, well, they are freaking bullies and don't know any better. And conservatives will project and call liberals the bullies when we try to fight back. And because of this, conservatives will "win" debates and elections when logic, truth, and reason would have made the more liberal side win. And you don't see this from liberals because liberals try to be decent when it comes to debate. Well, nice guys usually finish last. And when liberals do fight back, they are met by another enemy, the "both sides are bad" crowd. Michael Moore has been called the "Limbaugh of the left", which is like calling MLK the "black George Wallace." There is no equating those on the left with those on the right, liberals are the good guys, conservatives are the bad guys. Deep down most Americans are liberals, the recent 99%/Occupy rallies reminds us that economically most Americans aren't millionaires or billionaires and they benefit overwhelmingly from liberal policies that help the poor and middle class. But conservatives still get elected and they get into office and screw the people who voted for them. Again, conservatives will lie and claim that those economic policies that help the rich will "trickle down" and help the less-wealthy, which is a load of crap. They will then blame Obama and the Democrats for the problems that they created. But conservatives don't give a levitating crap about the truth, they want to win and damn you if you stand in their way.

Conservatives will do this until liberals take a stand, fight back, and "take their toys away." Of course in the process of fighting back, conservatives will whine and claim that we are persecuting them and taking away their rights even though they want to persecute and take away our rights. But remember one thing, liberals are the good guys and conservatives are the bad guys, and liberals have justified righteous indignation.

Sunday Hicks

"The whole point is about mediocrity, but as I look around me I understand that some of you aren't going to get it."-Bill Hicks

Saturday, November 5, 2011