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We Humans for time immemorial have yet to find the need for a book, or some white dog in a dress that likes to butt-fuck little boys, to tell us that it is really not a good idea to shit in your backyard. Wither your inability to cognitively grasp the reality that we are collectively making the world that birthed us uninhabitable to Humans and – you, our lesser – cousins or the serious ass-biting about to visit upon you Reich-wing daughter-fucking religiously racist misogynist bastards, take it as you wish…
From your own god-damned book, Numbers 33:35
Thou shalt not pollute the land wherein you are; for blood it defiles the land; and the land cannot be cleansed that is shed therein, but by the blood of he who shed it. Defile not the land, which you inhabit
We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us. Expect us.
From its pyramid-shaped throne on the back of a dollar bill…
By Tony Norman, @Common Dreams
“I am the god of the 1 percent. You shall have no other gods before me. I help those who help themselves and visit poverty over many generations to those who would redistribute the wealth that I have freely given to those who luxuriate without guilt in my love. I reward the spirit of material excess because I hate poverty and the poor who have rejected my ways.
“I am a vulgar god who never tires of the misery perpetuated by those who exploit the resources of the planet for tax breaks and personal gain. The smoke of belching coal plants and runoff from hydraulic fracturing pleases me. Let those who refuse to rape the earth that I have made in six days be accursed.
“I am the god of ‘In God We Trust.’ You shall have no other gods before me. Give to the poor (if you must) out of your excess and at your discretion. Don’t be compelled by guilt. The poor don’t need a safety net as long as I, the god of the Koch brothers and Ayn Rand, lives in the heart of every patriotic American. It is money that I love, not mercy for its own sake. Mercy without conditions offends me.
“I am the god of the morally upright. I abhor homosexuals, Democrats, mimes and all who believe in global warming. Those who have AIDS can give all glory to me. It is by my hand that every dread disease except obesity and cancer is visited upon the earth. Do not be fooled: I loathe the followers of Lady Gaga. Women who refuse to submit to male authority are an abomination.
“Those who believe in me know evolution is a lie straight from hell. The dinosaurs drowned during Noah’s day because the ark couldn’t contain them. This is not a mystery if you believe science is evil with all your heart.
“I am the god of war. I love violence and the mindless proliferation of guns in every home. Horses and bayonets proclaim my glory over the whole earth. That is why America is my blood-stained footstool. Guns don’t kill — I do.
“I am the god of the Invisible Hand. I hate the 47 percent who siphon the productivity of my blessed Job Creators. On Election Day, I will pour out my wrath on those who receive the mark of the Kenyan Keynesian. Repent of your idolatrous liberalism, or else.”
After four years of racist obstruction to any attempt to fix the problems they created, come November the Republicans are going to get their asses kicked into oblivion – as in, The Republican Party will no longer exist.
Good riddance to bad rubbish. To bad we can’t send them all to Africa. Dogs.
My vote will be for the first politician out there that stands up and tells the Jew/”Christian”/Muslim/Mormon dogs to eat shit, fuck off and die.
The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.
This has been interpreted to mean that no federal employee, whether elected or appointed, career or political, can be required to adhere to or accept anyreligion or belief. This clause immediately follows one requiring all federal and state officers to take an oath or affirmation of support to the Constitution, indicating that the requirement of such a statement does not imply any requirement by those so sworn to accept a particular religion or a particular doctrine. The option of giving an “affirmation” (rather than an “oath”) can be interpreted as not requiring any metaphysical belief or as a nod to Mennonites andQuakers who would not swear oaths but would make affirmations.
The clause is cited by advocates of separation of church and state as an example of “original intent” of the Framers of the Constitution of avoiding any entanglement between church and state, or involving the government in any way as a determiner of religious beliefs or practices. This is significant because this clause represents the words of the original Framers, even prior to the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Imagine you have a friend who a few years back heard that if you feed poodles money they will shit out gold bricks. So your friend starts feeding his hard-earned cash to all the pampered poodles he can find, and they gobble those bills down. But, surprise, surprise, despite what he heard, the dogs end up shitting shit. Still, he clings to this bizarre, completely disproven idea: poodles shit gold. Now, after some time, he’s low on cash.
You tell your friend to stop putting out plates of money for the goddamned poodles. No, your friend says. Instead, he must cut back on other things, like doctor visits and food and more, just so he’ll have the spare money to give the fucking dogs.
“One day, these little bitches are gonna pay off,” he tells you, sounding completely crazy, “and I’ll be on easy street.” But until then, he’s just got hands that stink like dog shit.
Going on twelve years now we’ve been hearing from you and your butt fuck buddy George Bush and your new sweetheart Willard Romney that tax cuts create jobs. OK, you’ve had your tax cuts, now WHERE ARE THE FUCKING JOBS!?
This is good: The GOP has contended for 30 years that the primary function of government is to serve corporations and the 1 percent, and that when they thrive, the 99 percent may receive hand-me-down benefits. Democrats believe the principal function of government is to serve the majority of people and that when they benefit, the economy thrives for everyone.
For all the fancy talk in Ohio on Thursday, it comes down to this: Do Americans want a government of the people by the people for the people, one conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal? Or do Americans want a government of the corporations by the corporations for the corporations, one dedicated to the proposition that the rich are better than everyone else?
For rich trust-funders who’ve never worked a day in their lives like Greg Walden and Mitt Romney, that they are “better than everyone else” is a given.
Yesterday is Pennsylvania: “I met an optometrist this morning … and this optometrist wanted to change his billing address. He’d moved his office from one side of town to the other — same zip code, same post office — but he wanted to change his address. He got a form from the federal government – this is so he can get reimbursement from the federal government for the services he provides for the poor and seniors. The (Medicaid service provider change of address) form he gets to change addresses is 33 pages long — 33 pages long!”
The biggest Medicare fraud ever committed in the history of this country was committed by Greg Walden’s buddy, today’s Republican governor of Florida.
The city of Troy, Michigan was facing a budget shortfall, and was considering closing the Troy Public Library for lack of funds. Even though the necessary revenues could be raised through a miniscule tax increase, powerful anti-tax groups in the area were organized against it. A vote was scheduled amongst the city’s residents, to shut the library or accept the tax increase, and Leo Burnett Detroit decided to support the library by creating a reverse psychology campaign. Yard signs began appearing that read: “Vote to Close Troy Library on August 2nd – Book Burning Party on August 5th.” No one wants to be a part of a town that burns books, and the outraged citizens of Troy pushed back against the “idiotic book burners” and ultimately supported the tax increase, thus ensuring the library’s survival.