Friday, December 14, 2012

Sorry, Fox & Friends, You’re NOT That Good & We’re Not All Stupid

But, by all means, please keep up your idiotic “insight”, and accept my sincere thanks for being so clueless.
Yes, I have moved on since the election, but Kos is still mining useful nuggets of data for future use; and it can’t hurt to autopsy the elephant a bit more, and mine more nuggets, (and mix more metaphors.)  Plus, it's always a good time to take down these dangerous deluded dopes.
Oy vey is fucking mir…

Keep in mind that their job is to set the tone and message of the day on the network, with their spoon-fed, conspiracy-driven, mind-numbing, hideous shite-mongering.
Shortly after the election, these 3 idiots were doing a post-mortem on the elephant carcass, and they of course blamed President Obama’s victory on Chris Christie and Hurricane Sandy (it’s ashame Bush didn’t have a hurricane, right?  It’s also ashame Bush wasn’t black.  Things would’ve been so easy for him).
Typically, this insane morning clown posse takes things even beyond where the normally hideous disingenuous and clueless GOP pundits dare tread…
They didn’t blame the liberal media, or the hurricane itself for Romney's loss, but a photo op!  Yes, they said that after four years in office, a year and a half of GOP primaries, and all of Mitt’s hard work, the American people were swayed by bullshit:

"Then we have the shallowest country in the history of man,” Kilmeade replied. “One photo op walking over a two-by-four, and suddenly he’s handling a storm – which, by the way, hasn’t been handled well.”

A photo-op of Obama stepping over a 2-by-4..  A photo-op. The smallest people think of the smallest things.
 Of course it never occurred to them that people had their minds already made up by the time Obama visited hurricane-ravaged New Jersey, or that people possibly liked what they saw Obama do,  liked his compassion, liked his policies and his values.
No, it was the photo-op of him stepping over a 2-by-4!  So many of the pundits on Fox lie for a living, but I truly believe Doocy and Kilmeade believe this.
Note to the idiots on Fox & Friends whose job it is to set the tone for the day on the network of shills and lies and elephants and tea:

Read Aldus Shrugged and tear new orifices in those who need the tearing!  We know who they are!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Biden: Romney isn't 'ready to be commander-in-chief'

Biden: Romney isn't 'ready to be commander-in-chief'

Has Mitt Given Up?

Has Mitt Given Up?

Perhaps he has.  Mitt's M.O. is to do minimal work, and let his money (in this case the SuperPac money) do the hard work for him.  I think he is done and is happy and relieved to be done!

MSNBC: Chuck Todd and the Morning Headlines.

MSNBC: Chuck Todd and the Morning Headlines.

The MSM idiots will risk life and limb to call the election an even matter what!  Facts be damned!  Journalistic integrity be damned!!

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012

Obama defines Romnesia

Obama defines Romnesia

"We've got to name this condition that he's going through," Obama said, referring to Mitt Romney's attempt to undergo a last-minute transformation from a severe conservative to a severe moderate. "I think it's called Romnesia. That's what it's called. I think that's what he's going through."
"Now," he continued, "I'm not a medical doctor, but i do want to go over the symptoms with you—because i want to make sure nobody else catches it."

And what might those symptoms be? Here's one example: "You know if you say if you're for equal pay, but you can't say if you'll sign a bill for equal pay, you might have Romnesia." And: "If you say you think women should have access to contraceptive care, but you support legislation that would let employers deny contraceptive care, you might have Romnesia." And another: "If you say you you'll protect a woman's right to choose, but you stand up in a primary debate and say you'd be delighted to ban abortion in all cases, then you definitely have Romnesia."

But you don't need to worry, said the President. "If you have Romnesia, here's the good news—Obamacare covers preexisting conditions. We can fix you! We can make you well."

The time for talk is over. It's time to get involved. Get Out The Vote (GOTV) starts this weekend!

The time for talk is over. It's time to get involved. Get Out The Vote (GOTV) starts this weekend!


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

The Two Big Debate Moments for Me…

The Two Big Debate Moments for Me…

Mitt lost the debate on the home mortgage interest deduction, and claiming he will eliminate the capital gains tax (effectively lowering his own taxes to ZERO)!!

That Libya Moment

That Libya Moment

President Obama crushed him.  Romney is no politician.  He blew a big chance...his only possible advantage!

Saturday, October 6, 2012

It's Football Season AND Election Season

It's Football Season AND Election Season

Mitt is like a really bad NFL owner.  You know, when you're a fan of an NFL team, and your owner only cares about his bank account.  He's only in in it for the money.  Super Bowl???  What's that???

Mitt truly does enjoy sport.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Monday, September 3, 2012

Mitt, we ask again, to Release Your Financials!! DID MITT SHORT OUR COUNTRY?? LIKE ERIC CANTOR?

Mitt, we ask again, to Release Your Financials!!

Did Mitt short our Treasury??  Hold notes that shorted our very way of life?

Why not suppose this?  What has Mitt done to gain our trust, or lead us to think he would NOT bank on our failure?  He regularly invested in company failures, so would he not invest in a more MACRO-FAILURE??

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Ryan-Rand Destroyed: Linked to Satanism
“…Yep, just stay the course.  That was the Republican definition of leadership for the last five years before President Obama. 

Well, at least big corporations, powerful companies, are based here and they’re American:  good, loyal Americans.  We should be glad, and rest a little better, because they’re on our side… 
…Actually, corporations are not citizens, my friends.  They know no country affiliation at all:  like tribes in Africa, and many indigenous Native Americans.  They swear no oath to the flag; they choose where to live based on expediency and profitability.  And of course they can spend unlimited capital in any foreign currency to change our government for their own gain.  Their loyalty lies with their shareholders, as their stated goal is shareholder wealth maximization, and the top executives earn their salaries by meeting this goal.  If that means being multi-national and sending billions in money and jobs overseas, so be it.  As long as their profits are maximized.  That is their stated, published goal, and the basis upon which people invest in them.  So relax.  It’s all good.  Just start investing in corporations, get some skin in the game, and shut the fuck up….”

EXCERPT FROM Aldus Shrugged, a pro-Obama book, based on FACTS; not fantasy, as some anti-Obama writers love to do.  Here is my take on that lying allegedly-intellectual scumbag, Dinesh D’souzah.  (I call his character “Darvish Corsica”, a conflating of dinesh and Jerome Corsi):

“…He actually claims Obama’s anti-colonialism, and anti-American stances came from his father, who was a Kenyan Socialist or something like that.  And the publisher treats his word as gospel!’

That’s pretty much his standard blather.  He writes entire books, hypothesizing on the possibilities that our president is actually a loyal Kenyan Socialist – or is it a Kenyo-European anti-Colonialist, which is apparently the most insidious strain of the nasty hybrid Socialism and Fascism, or something like that.  Who the hell knows what he even thinks?  That’s the whole point:  it’s just crap from his own head, with no basis whatsoever.
‘He can write anything he wants and a small slice of people will slurp it up as truth!’  I said.  ‘He claims our president is bent on destroying America and all we stand for:  The strawman/bogeymen fantasy presented as fact.’

‘Yes,’ Dessa added, quickly, ‘I read a review of that garbage.  He uses the racial/cultural angle to claim that Obama’s father must have exerted a tremendous influence on his son, even though he was raised by his mom, and he only met his dad once after he was a baby.  But, by god, since his dad was a Muslim, and a Kenyan, somehow Barack himself MUST follow in his father’s path.  I swear, he subtly paints a picture of our president as a Kenyan witch doctor, or something.  He knows what he’s doing!  Dog-whistle Darvish…’
‘Dog-shit Darvish is more like it.  Dessa, if I ever write a book, you’ll know what my opinions are; I promise you that.  But there are opinions based on fact, and then there are opinions just based on belief, or from la-la land in your head.  So then just be honest and call it a novel or a comic book.  There’s tremendous responsibility that comes with free speech.  For an educated writer not to ensure people know the difference when he blathers, is disingenuous and irresponsible; and an insult to his readers.  He must think they’re all stupid.  I’m sick of people with a modicum of intelligence or power treating me like I’m stupid!’
‘Oh, I agree, and I believe that people like him cannot possibly know how petty and jealous they look, or they would be truly ashamed.’  Dessa added, ‘What’s Darvish’s next historical book going to be called:  Close Your Eyes and Imagine What If…?
‘There’s a lot of money in that garbage, but that doesn’t make it right or noble.’  I was sick of his whole act, a microcosm of the general discourse, and our acceptance of pure conjecture and pure lies.  He’s just another lying son of a bitch who knows better but acts as if he doesn’t.  Get in line behind your extremist friends, asshole, and make some more blood money off of conjecture, fear-mongering, and utterly dangerous disrespect.  You’ve found your niche market in this whole new anti-Obama industry, so go and drain some more blood.  It’s Capitalism.  Go pretend you offer something real.  Be a proud American, and remember, Americans have always supported their president when push came to shove - or at least they never delegitimized him - especially during wartime.  Do you not understand that?...”

Sunday, August 5, 2012

Anglo Saxon

I saw "Mississippi Burning" the other day.

For the first time I noticed no less than four utterances of "Anglo Saxon", in reference to tradition, and keeping racial purity in their state, etc.

So...the klan says anglo saxon when they mean white.

What does Mitt Romney mean when he says it???

Fuck your dog whistle.  Dog whistles aren't so loud and clear.

Mitt is being racist over an amplified microphone.

Have you no sense of decency, sir? (F U Mitt)

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Have you no sense of decency, sir?

"Senator…Have you no sense of decency?” was uttered, quite famously, by Joseph Welch to the infamous and draconian Senator Joseph McCarthy on June 9, 1954, in response to the Senator’s relentless quest for Commie bogeymen - this time in the Army - as McCarthy went after yet another innocent naïf.  It began the downward spiral of the very powerful, world-changing Senator, and led directly to his ostracizing, and indirectly to his death as a broken fool, a mere 3 years later.
Without spoiling my book's plot, I will add that McCarthy had a profound negative influence on my father’s career as well.  Also, I am Jewish.  Thus, I do not take hitler or mccarthy references lightly.
Of course, Allen West and Michelle Bachmann have been invoking this ugly specter for several years, ad nauseum; accomplishing nothing but dragging our general discourse into the toilet (the filthiest toilet in the world), and exposing themselves as dangerous vapid fools.
“Have you no sense of decency, sir?” was uttered this past week by Eric Fehrnstrom, Romney’s Senior Campaign Advisor, in reference to Harry Reid, who had the audacity and unmitigated galt to actually speculate that there might be a real reason Willard Mitt is hiding his financial information from us.  Fehrnstrom, apparently not a subtle man, also had the unmitigated galt to add that Harry Reid’s statement that Mitt paid no taxes for years,
“reminds me of the McCarthy hearings back in the 1950s”.
Oh really, Eric?  You really believe that...or are you just being a lying asshole...again.
Fehrnstrom has been with Romney a long time, (and thus has been a lying asshole a long time) and used the same tactics in helping him campaign for the governorship of Massachusetts. In that gubernatorial race, Romney talked out of both sides of his mouth and both sides of his ass, as he insisted in Utah that he was a Utah resident, and in Massachusetts, that he was a Massachusetts resident.  Romney even blamed the dustup on an inaccurate reporter, and a clerical error in the Utah tax office (for which the clerk who entered the returns (of course without error, as Romney was lying again) actually got into trouble at her job.  (Apparently, she was just another piece of middle class collateral damage left in Romney’s considerable damaging wake (quel dommage, Mitt!))
In this very familiar episode, Fehrnstrom was deflecting, while Romney was projecting accusations back on his accusers; all the while, retroactively amending his tax returns to reflect residency in Massachusetts.  In other words, he was hiding things, lying about what he was hiding, and retroactively changing the paper trail of history all the while.  Poor Mitt was portrayed as the victim, and the awful Boston Globe and Massachusetts Dems were the draconian, unreasonable villains.  Mitt even refused a request to turn over his tax returns with all financial info redacted, and only the residency designation readable.  Yep, he turned that very reasonable request down.   All this sound familiar?
I joke aplenty that the Republicans and the media use false equivalency because it is the only weapon they’ve got; and we really shouldn’t blame them for doing it.  It’s the only weapon they’ve got, and so they use it.  After all, it’s unAmurrkan to leave one in the chamber.
But seriously, I find this practice, and the practice of invoking mccarthy, so patently offensive as to nullify and degrade he who voices it.
Are we really supposed to see Romney as a victim in all of this?
In perhaps his most disingenuous and ridiculous projection to date, Romney told the friendly Fox News that Harry Reid should “put up or shut up.”  This is the classic Rovian projection, and thank god it doesn’t appear to be working and changing the simple mind the way it used to.
Projection is the classic GOP tactic, employed again and again, to the point of total predictability.  It easily answers the question why Republicans thought Democrats wanted us to lose in Iraq to make bush look bad.  Since that is the Republicans’ entire policy position against Obama now, they certainly jumped to the conclusion in the 2000s that their political opponents would also see their country fail completely before they saw the Republican president succeed.
In related news, while Romney thought June’s job report was “a kick in the gut” to the middle class, he now says that the July jobs report is “a hammer blow” to the middle class.
I often wonder what Romney would say about his own economic ideas, if he was not the most narcissistic and dishonest politician I have seen in my lifetime.
Of course, I often wonder what his party would say about President Obama if he was not black.  Of course none of the aforementioned traits are changing anytime soon.

Have you no sense of decency, mitt?

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Thursday, July 5, 2012

ALDUS SHRUGGED - Book Chapter Excerpt

ALDUS SHRUGGED by Floyd Blue    Available NOW on

It felt like a year in a day.  The local streets were hopelessly chock-a-block.  The Convention Center was a circus.  Even the adjacent park was loaded with standing people, crammed in like canned Vienna sausages packed in sweat.  The added intensity was because of the debate:  A national event - a televised opportunity for the candidates to smarm and smile and deceive on the big stage.  This wasn’t just another nickel-and-dime rally in a diner or a park; with the big boys, or worse, the local small-potato candidates, lying and smiling in front of smaller crowds in smaller places.  The event hype here, and the huge raucous crowd outside; the chanting, the signs, the costumes, the craziness, the loud and unprecedented anti-government stances, made my previous times, back in Eau Claire and the other day in Minnetonka, seem like meetings of Quakers and Mensa.  The ignorance and spectacle were stupefying, like a three-ring circus without the rings, without the cages:  just the clowns and freaks and sideshows, snake-oil salesmen and tiger-testicle peddlers; and suckers born every minute.

It started before I even stepped out of my Chevy, as a group of middle-age guys were tailgating in the parking lot.  It was a regular party.  They had a canopy tent set up, a couple of packed coolers, a barbecue blazing.   They seemed like assholes, but they knew how to make great-smelling pork ribs and put away the Heineys.  They were holding signs and obviously enjoying themselves, shouting ‘SHUT ‘ER DOWN, SHUT ‘ER DOWN!’ over and over.  They were well-balanced, each with an anti-government sign in one hand, and a green bottle in the other.  A couple of them were somehow managing messy bites of blazing hot rib while clutching the sign, and squatting down a little in a slight genuflect, holding the wet bottle between their legs.  I never heard any of that shit under Bush.  How could I?  They were calling for the United States Government to actually shut down.  Who would have ever called for that?  It’s insane!  And yet, when it’s repeated enough, and given credibility and equivalence against far saner options on all of the news outlets, it gradually becomes absorbed and accepted as sane and level-headed and serious; and then, incredibly, as a possible option; and eventually, by god, maybe even necessary to avert a total catastrophic whatever whatever.

I walked through the parking lot, and then I stopped to converse with one guy, about my age, I think.  He was wearing shorts and a t-shirt and carrying a sign that said, ‘FKCU YOUR CLASS WARFARE.  YOU’RE NOT MY PRESIDENT!’

I said, ‘What does that even mean, class warfare?’
‘That’s what they’re saying,’ he told me, without batting an eye, without a hint of embarrassment.  ‘That’s what they’re calling it and that’s good enough for me.’

‘Who says that?  About class warfare,’ I asked, but I already knew the answer.  He did manage to surprise me though, when he pointed somewhere off to the side with a jerked thumb.  I looked over and was dumbfounded at the media coverage.

At the far corner of the fenced-in area, about a quarter-way around the Convention Center, I could see a banner with the Goos logo, and a bunch of folks standing around.  I realized that was the official media area. 

Great, they’re shitting all over the lawn here too…

Waiting for the Jury to come back?

In Aldus Shrugged, I tackle many of the GOP's foibles and ridiculousness, often with my own strong opinions as to their motives.  It dawned on me that most of the time we have to either take someone at his/her/corporation word for why they are doing something, or we can look at the evidence that is all around.
For example, why give Mitch McConnell the benefit of the doubt concerning his motives when he is on record stating his number one goal is to make Obama a one-term president?  Why give Sen. Sessions the benefit of the doubt as to his motives when he has a track record of clear racism?
(This diary was inspired by a diary I saw on here this morning, which attributed the anti-Obama fervor among white pundits to racism against our president.  Of course, those pundits have never been adjudged officially guilty of racism in a court of law, have they?)
From Aldus Shrugged :  (NOTE:  In the world of my novel, FOX NEWS is called GOOS NEWS)
"...I grabbed the remote off the nightstand, and hitting the ON button took me directly to the Goos.  That’s what the last guest must’ve been watching.  Goos viewers are actually less-informed than those who watch no news at all.  A major study found that the misinformation actually makes you more ignorant, while you think you are less.  That is a dangerous combination.  When the president innocently and happily fist-bumps his wife onstage, and the anchor calls it a terrorist fist jab, you must be watching the Goos.  When the morning show has a real mafia capo as a guest, and he compares Obama’s government with gangsters, and all the hosts firmly agree, you are watching the Goos.  If a Republican Congressman is caught in an embarrassing scandal, and you see his face on the news the next day with a big D next to his name, wrongly denoting him a Democrat, you are definitely watching the Goos.  Goos News, that is, but I pronounce it Noose.  Exposed internal memos have proven them to be the mouthpiece of the Republican Party, and promoters of the Tea Party:  anything but an impartial or fair news organization.  These things are all proven, but some folks just don’t want to see the proof.  Instead, they demand proof of birth and school grades of their president; after a full term in office.
Some people need proof of everything; proof they know they can’t possibly ever obtain; so they never have to change their minds, or even allow a new fact in.  But what constitutes proof?
One thing I get sick of is people applying the court of criminal law standard to everything.  People won’t believe their congressman did some horrible act, or even that their favorite pro athlete did steroids - when the evidence is overwhelming - because it wasn’t proven by their standards:  nobody was found guilty, nobody was officially judged in some formal criminal courtroom.  Innocent until proven guilty, they cry every time.  Meanwhile, most things in life - day-to-day shit - are not subject to such official verdicts, and actually require us to make sound judgment calls.  Who cares about a jury of our peers, and laws of evidence in a criminal case?  How about the lower civil court burden of proof?  That’s not good enough for you?  Well, then, you must think O.J. is innocent!  Do you really want to hinge your personal belief system on whether a whacko Cali jury thinks gloves appear to fit?  I stared blankly at the badly-outdated TV.  It was one of those dinosaurs with the huge backside for bouncing electrons.  I remembered back in the mid-‘90s:  Those constant images from the courtroom; Judge Ito, on the right, and OJ on the left, facing him.
I mean, we’re all ill-informed jurors, observing life, observing others, forming our opinions and beliefs.  I like to go by the Equal Employment Opportunity Law standard:  disparate impact; intent be damned.  Impact is measurable, and intent is not.  If a lawmaker proposes legislation designed to weed out some supposed problem, and that law will disparately affect one group of people, I will believe that lawmaker is targeting that group that is affected.  For example, when the GOP proposes strict new ID standards for voting, and those standards will disproportionately target poor folks and Democrats, I will think they are targeting the poor and the Democrats.  It’s that simple and that logical.  Plus, I’m not stupid.  So, two black guys flashed the word Panther, and hassled a few folks walking into a polling place in Philly.  Mickey Mouse tried to register in Spokane, but he was debunked and turned in by ACORN.  That’s a .000001% voter fraud rate, so of course let’s spend billions to suppress the Democrats’ votes.  Ahh yes, the voter fraud Muslim under your bed:  another of those things that hasn’t been a problem for decades, or a century, or more; or wasn’t a problem from 2000-2007, but oh good god, all of a sudden it’s a major problem that must be rectified (before we lose the next election).
Why wait for a jury of your peers to make your sound, informed decision for you?  It’s not going to happen.  The jury is you!  The jury is all of us.  You just can’t be stupid about it.  You owe that to the rest of us...."
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Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Corporations are People, my friend...and vice versa....

Indeed there are some Republicans who could reap the benefits of self-incorporation.  If they incorporate themselves, then they could, for once in their lives, become human beings.

I am still lamenting the fact that I wasn't savvy enough to incorporate my pet cat when I was just a kid.  I was very traumatized back then when Buddy died.  If I had only thought to incorporate him, he couldn't have been road kill that day.  His life cycle would've been infinite:  ended only by takeover or be charter.
Here are a few corporate rants from Aldus Shrugged...

"...After all, corporations are people too.  We shouldn’t want to hurt their feelings…I wonder what gender they are…
Big corporations in big industries get the benefits of being people without the responsibilities that come with those benefits.  They can steal and kill, but as an entity, they don’t go to jail.  They’re too big to jail. Their liability is, by definition, limited and mitigated.  It works the same way with their public risk/private profit profiles:  All of the gain, with no downside to the entity or its controllers.  A corporation can even be spared blame for acts of sedition, depraved indifference to human life, grand theft, willful negligence, and manslaughter.  He just brazenly does the crime, and swaggers off, knowing he ain’t gonna be doin’ no time!  That’s a real man right there!  (Hey, he’s a motherf- .  Shut your mouth!  I’m talkin’ ‘bout a corporation!)
I guess they’re male.  
I was egging on corporations in this country just recently, to get off their asses and start being risk-takers again.  Sure, there is a lot of risk out there, but Capitalism and entrepreneurism were never about a sure thing.  The GOP says the risk is due to over-regulation and high taxes.  The truth is that the tax rates are lower than they were under Bush.  And if over-regulation was a barrier to anything except a profit percentage point, why wasn’t Bush’s economy anything more than horseshit?  It’s truly a shame:  a lost decade.  With the right strategy and vision, and economic plan, we could’ve boomed, especially after 9/11.  You want to exploit 9/11 for your own political gains?  You should’ve exploited it for the good of our entire country when you had the chance.  Instead, you squandered the good will and the political and social capital, and just fucked it all up.  And now We The People are to blame for everything?  Fuck you!
He ain’t heavy, he’s my corporation…
The new corporate culture and the pro-business judicial environment allow big corporations to game every part of the system.  A great example is found in giant retailers contracting out millions of warehouse labor positions, instead of expanding their own real - W2 - workforce.  The money they save on employee benefits is substantial, and deserved.  This is Capitalism, after all.  But the Supreme Court has held that liability does not cross lines of corporate entities, and various stores among the same large corporation; let alone different companies altogether.  Those out-sourced contract workers are a great example of all of this.  They labor under the banner and logo of the prime contractor:  the big name retailer, always a huge household name we all know.  And it’s not as if that big name company is out of the picture.  The contract workers regularly get visits and pep talks directly from managers of the big name retailer, even though they work for XYZ Contracting Corp, or some unknown entity like that.  So, legally speaking, there is a lot of mixing of entities and crossing of lines going on.  Historically, this mixing and crossing of lines opens doors to all kinds of liability.  But the current Supreme Court won’t let that happen.  And of course, in the rush for profit maximization at any cost, the lowly contract employees get abused and overworked.  And these days, they can’t do anything about it…like back in 1910.   This means that most large companies can act with impunity and feel very secure.  And still, they complain and lobby for more protections; and as an extra sand-kick in the face, tort reform continues to be a disingenuous GOP talking point that will save the economy.  Relax, my corporate brother from another conglomerate:  Nobody seems to be piercing any corporate veils these days.  Plus, mom always liked you better...."

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