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The Ides of March at The Huffington Post

The Ides of March at  The Huffington Post

I guess Arianna Huffington really is a Democrat, and I can prove it. Do an X-Ray of her back and you’ll find that the supporting structure is a gelatin product. She can disagree with Governor Ventura’s questions all she wants. She could put up a disclaimer that she disagreed completely with him asking questions. Instead she runs to censor questions that could lead to questions that might involve a conspiracy. When some of us “little people” ask questions, I guess we should know that our “betters” know what’s best. Of course Bush and company always told the complete and unadulterated truth about everything. Outside of their unswerving support for honesty and openness in government, the Bush administration was nothing but the paramount of virtue. So we need to sit down and shut up. Only anarchists, I mean commies, I mean liberals, I mean terrorists would question the government.

I’m tired of being a good boy, and shutting up. So are a lot of people. Our hackles are up. We’re tired of our friends and family being ground up for the Repugnicrats wars. We don’t care that you’ve impoverished the Afghan people to that point that they have no choice but to be the CIA’s drug supplieri, and how much you want to keep them under thumb . We’re pretty well convinced that just leaving them alone would be better than continuing to bomb their mud huts. By the same token it is pretty well believed that letting Iraqis harvest their own seeds, as they’ve done since before recorded history, instead of paying Monsanto, might be better for themii. There’s a chance that the Iraqis would like to be in charge of their own wateriii, or God forbid their own oiliv. Maybe, just maybe the country with the second highest concentration of dentists on the planet could run things on their own if we didn’t impose crippling sanctions that murdered half a million childrenv (Democrat imposed), or a war of aggression that murdered another million plusvi. Some of us knew that it was all lies. We knew Bush and Rumsfield et al were lying to the countryvii. We knew that it was an overt ploy to gather more money for their croniesviii. Some of us even suspected that there were important pieces on the geo-political chess board being moved aboutix, but we were ignored before and after. Of course though we immediately saw the new Democrat administration right the wrongs.

Since the Democrats no longer needed to play out the war to make sure they could game more seats at election time with the lives of brown people half a world away, they’ve gone into overdrive righting the wrongs. Since they were swept into power, they’ve pulled our troops home. What they didn’t? They closed Guantanamo? They didn’t you say? They’ve closed down the CIA black sitesx and started prosecuting confessed torturersxi, as required not only under mountains of treaties, but simple human decency? No? Hmm. How about some stuff for Americans, like rolling back the banksters billions? The Dems upped it to trillions you sayxii? So they convicted the telcoms for running an American Stasixiii? No? I don’t understand. What about net neutrality? I mean it’s such a little thing? Secret closed door meetings with the White House where Obama rolls over for the RIAA/MPAA you sayxiv? Hmmm.

Like most everyone, I may be mad as Hell at the Republicans and what they did, but I’m disgusted with the Democrats. The Democrats control both houses of Congress and a very beefed up White House (what do you mean Obama’s still using signing statementsxv?), and they haven’t done a damn thing demanded of those with the smallest hint of decency. Yet they and their cheerleaders, I’m looking at you Arianna, are bothered that an Independent dares to question Bush? Doing nothing was bad enough, but now you side with the monsters.

All I’ve asked for is that fires in NY, where many people, including emergency personnel died, be investigated by the New York City Fire Departmentxvi. Somehow that’s too much. Governor Ventura was only asking why the media didn’t ask questionsxvii, when there are so many. I guess that the Huffington Post is a branch of government now, and above questioning.

Finally conspiracies don’t exist, just ask Julius Caesarxviii.


March 15, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment