Fuck You, Sir Golfsalot, Fuck You With the Shimmering FuckShillelagh of Doom

Even though you have to admit: It takes some sort of nerve to get up like the Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure and declare with a straight face that the reason our economy is in the shitter after 5 years of Democrap Marxist control is that the citizens of our once proud nation are too bloody lazy:

Obama said it’s important to remember that the U.S. is still the largest receiver of foreign investment in the world and things like stability, openness and innovative free market culture are attractive. He also said there are a lot of things that make foreign investors see the U.S. as a great opportunity – like stability, openness, our innovative free market culture.

Or, to put it more accurately, what little of it is left in spite of SCOAMF and his country wrecking crew of cretinous cuntmuffins’ best and most determined efforts. (And let’s not forget you darling Fiddy2ers to shoved that crap down our collective throats. There’s going to be a reckoning. That much we can promise you. Think “Ba’athist roundup in post-war Iraq” if you want a clearer picture of what we’re talking about).

“But we’ve been a little bit lazy, I think, over the last couple of decades. We’ve kind of taken for granted — well, people will want to come here and we aren’t out there hungry, selling America and trying to attract new business into America, Obama said.

No, “we” certainly aren’t, and congratulations on, for once, using the royal “we” correctly, you pompous, preening, puling pork-fucking pestilence upon humanity. The Plagues of Egypt have nothing on your concerted efforts to make the U.S. about as attractive to business, foreign and domestic, as a centerfold spread of a naked, aroused Helen Thomas.

No, president Clusterfuck, the highest corporate tax rate in the world combined with the most destructive, anti-business regulatory climate that Marxism can extra-constitutionally impose is not something that invites anybody to invest a damn thing in this country.

Examples? Oh dear, do we have examples: Having an out-of-control (by We the People, the NSDWP have them in perfect control) NLRB dictate where businesses and open business (hint: You can only do so in states that by law requires the business and its hapless employees to funnel money into the Reichspartei’s campaign coffers, as Boeing found out), another equally un-constitutional body like the EPA regulating the energy industry based on a socialist cult’s glowbull wormening articles of faith to the point where it’s either unprofitable or too expensive for ordinary individuals to buy its products, throwing out the rule of law in bankruptcy proceedings so the NSDWP’s union brownshirts can get ownership of what was once known as General Motors… You want more?

At this point there are enough charges against this administration and their corrupt NSDWP buddies to make a rerun of the Nuremberg trials that would stretch well into the next century and, even so, we would still only have strung up about 20% of the useless sacks of shit who currently are in dire need of a good neck-stretching.

And with all of this evidence, we still have to endure another lecture on how it’s anybody but his own fault? We’ll give him this: We the People do share a responsibility in this fucking mess. After all, We the People allowed his locust Marxist plague of tyrants to co-exist with us rather than finishing the job and ridding the planet, once and for all, of anybody even remotely thinking about having a neutral word for socialism. Allowed it to the point where they’re now in a position to laugh at us while they grind our faces ever deeper into the dust with their boot heels.

And we owe it to future generations to set it right, to clean up our own mess and make sure that our grandchildren won’t have to do the cleaning for us. They’ll be too busy wiping our ancient, cowardly butts for us when the socialists have destroyed care for the elderly as well.

If you think that politicians are going to do that for us, if you think that they’re going to do a damn thing of what they promised you on the campaign trail once they’ve won their place at the DC trough with your votes, then you’re sadly mistaken. The moment they dip their piggish snouts into the federal gruel, you and I are all but forgotten, useless idiots to be pandered to when re-election time is up, only to be ignored once they’re sent back to their sinecures on a vapid platform of insincere promises.

Even as we speak, the GOP members of the “supercommittee” are bending over and agreeing to tax hikes on us all because they know damn good and well that you can be counted upon to bow your heads like good Germans and re-elect them after your two-minute American Idol attention span has made you forget the last time you took it up the Khyber Pass.

Some “2010 revolution”, huh? It surely changed things in Washington, didn’t it?

And now we’re stuck with picking between Mittens and Mittens-Lite and pinning our hopes on that?.

The only thing that can possibly change things in DC for the better is a tactical nuke, but only if it happens during a presidential address to a joint session of Congress.

Meanwhile, resident Il Douche and everybody who voted for the destroyer of the last beacon of freedom in this world can go fuck themselves.

Maybe the Mayans were right about December of 2012.

Thatisall.

17 comments

  1. 1
    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Maybe the Mayans were right about December of 2012.

    Yeah, something like that occurred to me.. If the supposed disaster proves man-msde, we may need to launch our own counter-disaster.

  2. 2
    LC Gunsniper growls and barks:

    jugears is the expert on lazy since everything he’s ever had in life, including the Presidency, was handed to him on a silver platter.

  3. 3
    jdog43 growls and barks:

    :em07: And dumb as a rock to elect an asshole like that president.

  4. 4
    Secondmouse growls and barks:

    Obama is the Jack Kevorkian of free enterprise.

  5. 5
    BigDogg growls and barks:

    This is now my only wish: to be present, if not in actual control, when the smug, arrogant smirk is wiped from 0′s face.

  6. 6

    AAAGH the Helen Thomas visual … someone please put me out of my misery! :em06: :em06: :em06: :em08: :em08: :em08:

    As for SCOAMF .. cripes I put in 60 hours a week minimum for what I do. MINIMUM. He MIGHT put in 60 MINUTES between golfing and vacations and fundraising etc.

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    JakeTheSnake growls and barks:

    Speaking of dumb as a rock….

  8. 8
    JakeTheSnake growls and barks:

    Well, I tried to put a link….hmmm…I guess I’m not the sharpest knife either, but I know where I am. http://youtu.be/LBGRiB4PEjk

  9. 9

    You DO know BC will post a link in response to Misha’s visual of an aroused, nude Helen Thomas dont you?

  10. 10
    irish19 growls and barks:

    LC Sir Intellectual Conservative 5th Columnist @ #:
    Did you absolutely have to say that? You realize it’s like summoning a demon? Now where’s that drum of brain bleach?

  11. 11

    LOL .. when I saw what Misha had typed, my glass eye went running away in agony and its now sitting in a corner, rocking back and forth, with a look of utter panic on it.

  12. 12
    lc purple raider growls and barks:

    The only thing that can possibly change things in DC for the better is a tactical nuke, but only if it happens during a presidential address to a joint session of Congress.

    I’ll bring popcorn.

  13. 13
    LC Light29ID growls and barks:

    lc purple raider @ #:

    Just give me a 30 min warning…I should be able to make it outside the beltway by then.

  14. 14
    MikeG growls and barks:

    Obama should follow ME around for a couple weeks if he thinks people out here are lazy.

    I doubt he could keep up.

  15. 15
    LC Ogrrre growls and barks:

    Ogabe is partially correct: there are a bunch of lazy shits out there. So, what can we do about it you ask? I’m glad you asked. We can issue a notice to every welfare recipient in America to report to the nearest military induction center for a physical. Every one of them who can pass that physical will be transported to some of our closed military bases. Once there, they will be assigned barracks and issued uniforms. For the next year, they will be rousted out of bed at 06:00, when they will fix their children a sack lunch for school. They will then report for training. They will be divided into two groups. Group one will spend the morning at job training, such training to consist of the profession of their choice ranging from clerical to automotive to construction to welding, etc. Group 2 meanwhile will be learing parenting skills and money management skills. They will get a one hour break for lunch, then in the afternoon, the two groups will change with group one in the parenting/money management classes and group two in job training. Once their training is over, they are on their own. No welfare assistance, no taxpayer paid child care, no nothing. The taxpayers didn’t knock ‘em up, the taxpayers shouldn’t be required to pay for their bastards.
    Now, what about those who couldn’t pass the physical? Well, those who are truly disabled can stay on public assistance. Those who could not pass the physical because they’re lazy fat slobs will report to another closed military base and will be slimmed down through rigourous exercise and proper diet. Then they will report to one of the training bases.
    I figure this will trim the welfare rolls down by 90%. It will also eliminate the “necessity” of the taxpayers, via the schools, to feed welfare brats their breakfast and their lunch. That money can be used toward actually educating aforementioned brats.
    What do you guys think?

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    LC Roguetek growls and barks:

    LC Ogrrre @ #:

    I think it’s half the equation. Just because you’ve flooded the job market with now-trained, theoretically capable people, does not mean there will actually be jobs available for them to work.

    Which will supress the hell out of wages, and encourage employers to be, shall we say, slightly abusive?

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    LC Ogrrre growls and barks:

    LC Roguetek @ #:
    I already gave the solutions to the jobs issue including repealing minimum wage laws, abolishing NLRB, abolishing EPA, passing a flat tax from dollar one, exploiting ANWR and the oil shales and sands in the lower 48 (55 if you are Ear Leader), tort reform, regulatory reform, etc.
    Do this first, then tackle the welfare problem as above, and it shouldn’t be much pain.