Monthly Archives: July 2011

Crony capitalism is phony capitalism.

So the “Summer of Recovery” and the current economic…boom?…are due entirely to corporate profits.  Check out that total eye-opener of a chart. Corporate profits are wonderful, providing the corporations are businesses and not pseudo-governmental agencies.  In which case they become, not just … Continue reading

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Uncomfortably numb.

Just got crowned.  No, wait…ground. Ground, then crowned.  Plus a filling.  Not a fun day.  Got to run for now, will check up on comments later.  Just wanted to say, hopefully the GOP establishment will pay dearly for “cuts” that … Continue reading

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Pathetic.

There is not a manly or womanly Democratic politician out there.  Quote me. Babies have a sturdier pain threshold than this whiner. “They start the day with trying to incite their caucus with, essentially, violent movie clips – pushing their … Continue reading

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Newt Gengrinch?

How the GOP stole Christmas. …Boehner plan would have the debt ceiling all over again during the holiday season, which is critical for the economy. God, these miserable gits.  They trumpet the immensity of the crisis and its imminent approach.  … Continue reading

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Keeping the primitives down where they belong.

We’ve spent trillions here in the U.S. to fight “poverty”.  And by “fighting” it, I mean subsidizing it.  Of course, we subsidize things like home ownership or college because we know subsidies increase their presence.  So of course by subsidizing poverty will…er…  But domestic … Continue reading

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Can’t she be both?

SkepChick. Passive-Aggressive, or Slimy? I suspect the answer is “drama addict”.  But without enough interest to actually watch the interview.

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Bad omen.

Apparently the city and county of my birth is about to experience the biggest bankruptcy in U.S. history. Does this foreshadow the nation of my birth experiencing the biggest bankruptcy in human history?  Yep.  Probably.  But Andrew Bennett, who works in a … Continue reading

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