I probably should have done this months ago, but this blog has been moved
Thursday, April 16, 2009
In the eyes of the Democratic Party, those people who are labeled as “African Americans” are “special.” They treat an entire race of people as if they are mentally deficient children that are incapable of living as equals among everyone else. Like overprotective parents they have determined that you are perpetually unprepared to be treated like individuals. You just aren't ready to be judged on your own creativity, intelligence, determination and efforts. This treatment, by the Democratic Party, is the height of cruelty.
The Democratic Party, through their treatment of the “group” they refer to as “African Americans,” has taken on the role of a repentant abuser. Generations ago there was slavery and they have convinced themselves that they “broke” you and it's their responsibility to take care of you. They deny you the capacity to think and act as an individual. They have tried to tie an anchor around your collective necks in an attempt to keep you in perpetual subservience. You are their children and they love you too much to free you.
Special rules must be established just for you. You have to be given special consideration, because you're not good enough to compete on your own. You are pitied and therefore expectations are lowered for you. They pity you, but they won't tell you the sad truth. You can't respect somebody that you pity.
Like “special” children you are treated with kid gloves. You've been robbed of your pride, with degrading policies that make sure your achievements are made hollow because of “special treatment.” You work hard to achieve great things, but you have to deal with whispers like “affirmative action” and “quotas.” They rob you of a chance for victory, because they think you can't win without their help. They take pride in your achievements. Your hard work gives them the same satisfaction as donating to charity. You're no longer their slaves, but they are exploiting your labor.
To deny your individualism is cruel. To judge you based on just a small part of who you are is cruel. To treat you like a mentally deficient child is cruel. To rob so many people of their personal pride and sense of self determination ... it's the height of cruelty. The Democratic Party pities you. They can't respect people that they pity.
Saturday, March 28, 2009
The Gray Lady is on her last leg. Earnings continue to decline, as does readership. Instead of trying to battle News Corp, the New York Times should focus on marketing uses of their paper, besides reading. I've compiled a list of alternative uses of the paper that the NY Times may want to promote in order to increase their circulation.
-Beloved Prop: When looking for a successful vehicle for a pansexual dilettante, you can't go wrong with the NY Times.
-Origami: Use your copy of the NY Times to make a small piece of folded paper art that can demonstrate both your creativity and lack of a life.
-Book Cover: Nothing says trip me and call me a queer like wrapping a textbook in the NY Times
-Prison Body Armor: Provide your attacker with something to read while he tenderizes your internal organs.
-Fly Swatter: Nothing says class like sitting out on your favorite lawn chair and smacking yourself on your man boobs with the newspaper of record
-Poop Collection Device: Whether it's for the dog you're walking or a schizophrenic neighbor, you'll be prepared with the NY Times.
-Clever Disguise: The special person you're stalking suddenly looks in your direction. Nothing says nonchalant like holding the NY Times to cover your face, while facing the dressing rooms at Victoria's Secret..
-Stupidity Correction Device: When rolled up the NY Times is highly effective at stopping stupid behavior when applied vigorously to small animals and contributors at HuffPo.
-Housebreak a Puppy: Let's say you can't afford a taser or you've run out of batteries. Why not use the NY Times until the future licker of peanut butter is trained?
-Cage Liner: Whether for an exotic pet or an excitable liberal commentator like Chris Matthews, you'll always be covered with the NY Times.
-Fire Starter: The NY Times, especially effective for the arsonist who wants to avoid drawing attention.
-Diaper: Whether you run out of pampers for a baby or a drunk date decides to hit rock bottom, you'll be ready with the NY Times.
-Decorative Hat: When you want to let the rest of the people on the bus know that the voices in your head are especially loud today, throw on your hat made of the NY Times.
-Paper Mache Art: The love you feel for Barack Obama is hard to express. Why not make a life size paper mache sculpture of his lower torso?
-Airplane: A classic for all ages. The plane will entertain small children and those tripping on acid, while its flight path accurately portrays the future of the NY Times.
Best of luck, Gray Lady. There's always granny porn to fall back on.
Sunday, March 8, 2009
From the actions President Obama has taken, since he came into office, one must conclude that Socialism really works. Why else would he be expanding government management and regulation of markets, while redistributing billions of dollars? All this time Socialism actually was a viable economic model for developed nations. The question then becomes, why didn't anyone else try this? Did nobody else realize that this miracle system was available to them? I want to know who I can thank for opening my eyes to this hidden gem. I have never been more proud of my Government. The world must be green with envy at the brilliance of our dear leader.
I only wish that some other nation had tried this economic system before we began this journey into uncharted waters. Then we might know for sure that Socialism will work. What am I saying? Of course it will work. How could I even begin to question the judgment of such an inspiring man? Like great actors of yesteryear, he has been able to capture our hearts and speak to our very souls. Not since Ricky Martin has a person taken such control of a stage. Even his use of a teleprompter speaks to his willingness to embrace the future, while casting aside the outmoded method of familiarizing oneself with the material.
I count myself fortunate to have been alive to bear witness to the dawning of this new age. He has given new life to a dying nation and we will forever sing his praises. Like Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lyndon Baines Johnson, and James Earl Carter, Jr., he will raise this nation to new heights. There's only one thing left to say. Yes We Can!
-The Political Pundito aka Harold Stickeehands-