02
Aug
11

Toward a Neo-Fuedal State

I’d just like to take a moment to thank the U.S. Congress and the White House for such careful, measured and sane deliberation over the debt ceiling, debt crisis and all that.

I must say that I love seeing a group of politicians act like terrorists and hold an entire nation hostage to their increasingly ridiculous demands as they do everything possible to thwart the president from…well, thwart him from doing ANYTHING at all, good or bad, because they want the uppity Negro out of office and want to jumpstart their Christian spin on Sharia law.

I also love watching a president in whom I had decent hopes (and sometimes high ones) continue to negotiate with crazy people as if they are level-headed and help not only create a pile of dogshit masquerading as responsible legislation and budgeting but also try to spin it as a victory for progressives.

But most of all, thank you, everyone in power in Washington, D.C. for forgetting that you were elected by common people, struggling people and working people…and thank you for having the wisdom to once again steal from those most in need to give to those who keep getting more and more and paying less and less ever since Ronald Reagan convinced the nation of the myth that is trickle-down economics.

Screw all y’all…

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3 Responses to “Toward a Neo-Fuedal State”


  1. 1 liftingasweclimb
    August 14, 2011 at 11:04 pm

    Ummm. I’m pretty sure they openly abandoned the poor and working class — welfare queens, meth heads — eons ago. The middle class might just be waking up to the fact that they’ve been kicked to the curb as well.

  2. August 16, 2011 at 4:05 pm

    Here’s a scarier thought…what if those elected representatives are actually reflected the will of the people who elected them? An irrational populace can certianly choose an irrational government.

  3. August 16, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    @liftingasweclimb

    True. Thing is, I’ve been aware for a long while that my “middle class” life was never going to look as good as the middle class life my blue-collar dad was able to build and that I was screwed…but I think plenty of the middle class still don’t realize they are considered in the same category as the working poor and jobless by the uber-rich.

    @sinpolaris

    Oh, sure, depress me while you sun yourself in Lima. 😉


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