“This is Not Worth Getting Angry Over”

Sometimes we wonder if Mittens ObamneyBot is trying his damndest to get us to refuse to vote for president at all in November.

Case in point: Tonight’s debate. Yes, we know that the MittBots at Hot Gas are jizzing all over themselves about it, claiming that their Golden Idol Mittens swept the floor with that hideous Newt, but that’s not at all what we care about. What we did care about was this four minute exchange between Mittens the Mandate and Rick Santorum:

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Done? Good. Watch Santorum determinedly skewer, dissect and atomize Mittens’ flat out lies about how RomneyCare and ObamaCare aren’t one and the same, particularly when Mittens tries to claim that forcing everybody in Massachusetts who has a pulse to either buy insurance or pay a fine is somehow different from forcing everybody in the nation who has a pulse to either buy insurance or pay a fine.

Other than “Massachusetts” =/= “nation”, they sound pretty similar to us, and obviously to Santorum as well.

But even that is not what made us want to shoot the TV. No, watching that pompous, preening, Obama With Better Hair son of a diseased bitch Mittens state that mandates weren’t something to get angry over was what did it for us.

It isn’t, Mittens Ogabelini? It isn’t?

Well, unlike your privileged, insulated arse, His Imperial Majesty actually lived under and worked within a government mandate healthcare system, and let us tell you: The results ain’t pretty. Rationing boards, waiting lists as long as months for simple procedures like a CT scan, people overrunning the ERs with routine issues because they can’t get an appointment with a doctor since there aren’t enough of them, three government bureaucrats for every actual healthcare professional (useless bureaucrat swine who, aside from doing absolutely nothing to improve healthcare also cost at least three times as much as the “Indians” providing the actual care), you name it. Your “perfect” model has it. In spades.

Because we know it, we lived it and we worked in it. So don’t tell us otherwise, you ignorant fuckweasel.

How about overworked, underpaid providers being forced to use sub-standard equipment (we’ve got to take money from them to keep the useless 1,000 government suits in the administrative annex fat and happy, y’know) botching up routine surgeries to the point where they reduce otherwise healthy individuals to massively brain damaged vegetables or nearly take their eye sight away? And we’re only talking about examples from our very own Imperial family here. Don’t even get us started on the disasters that we witnessed every fucking day working the floors that were the results of putting the same wastes of protoplasm that gave us the DMV in charge of healthcare.

Ever had to keep a patient in ER from bleeding to death by employing combat field medicine because the only surgeon the government would allow us to keep on staff had been working for 36 hours straight and needed a nap? I fucking well have, and it wasn’t even my job! I just happened to be the only guy around who happened to know how to do it.

Want more? I don’t really fucking care if you do, I’m going to give it to you anyway: How about having a fifteen-year-old kid literally die in your arms because nobody on the floor he coded on knew how to operate the damn crash cart? There just weren’t any “funds” available to do so, probably because some obese, suited government fuck needed another Mercedes. I thank G-d for the fact that I just happened to be on the floor when it happened because I at least knew enough to keep him viable until the cardiologist could get over there. Yes, he survived in the end after having been clinically dead. But no fucking thanks to nationalized medicine. You want to hear the punch line to that one? The same government administration who couldn’t find the pennies to keep the staff trained on handling codes somehow found the funds to offer everybody who’d been there to witness the results of their inexcusable fuckup “grief counseling.”

Needless to say, I told the fuckers to fuck the fuck off. I may or may not have said something about hanging the empty suits from the nearest lamp post being the best “therapy” I could think of at the moment, I don’t remember it all that clearly.

And all of this is “not worth getting angry over?”

It ISN’T?

Fuck you, Mittens. Fuck you and the GOP Establishment you rode in on. Fuck you with the three-headed fuckstick of Ba’al until your innards trail out of your arsehole like tattered, bloody sail ticklers on an ancient, worm-ridden wreck. Fuck you and the entire Establishment with the manic determination of a thousand sex-starved crackheads on a metric ton of crystal meth. Fuck you so far up the arse with a barbed-wire adorned fence post that your eyes bulge out. Fuck you right the fuck to fucking death and please, please G-d, allow us to watch all of it in HD.

*Deep breath*

There. That’s it. If anybody expects me to pull the lever for that fuckstickle in November, you need to up your meds. I WILL vote, I WILL show up to vote for every single position down ticket, but I won’t lift a finger for that diseased chancre on the body politic. That fucking does it. The only, ONLY issue on which he hasn’t been on all three sides depending on what suited him at the moment happens to be a hill that I am more than perfectly willing to die on because several people I love and care about came quite close to dying because of it. And now the arrogant, pissy, preppy silver spoon cocksucker is telling me that “it’s not worth getting angry over?”

So yeah, RomneyBots, go right on riding your pony to the nomination. Best of fucking luck getting us to lift a finger for him. We WILL vote, no sense whatsoever in depriving perfectly good down-ticket candidates of our support just because The Stupid Party once again managed to fuck up a simple job, but if you think that a slime sack who supports everything that we hate and despise is going to get our support, you’d damn well better think again.

And if he somehow does manage to win the nomination and the general election, do him a favor and prepare him for the least funny four years of his life, because I do solemnly swear that I will do everything that I legally can to make his life everloving fucking hell from day one.

That. Is. ALL.

17 comments

  1. 1
    Bones growls and barks:

    Uh, My Liege, don’t hold back, tell us how you really feel! If you hold it in in just builds up and causes bad stuff. :em05: Well written, and I (mostly) agree. I think that an unfortunate “purge” of the progressives is the only way to save the nation. I dread this thought but have steeled my resolve for it’s eventual inevitability.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Since I live north of Taxachusetts, I’ve been watching Romney for years. While he might be personally ethical, politically he is a slimy, sleazy, two-faced oily scumsucker.

    Last year, one of the contractors in my office had to get health insurance. He lives in Mass, and his wife had lost her job. (They had been on her company plan) He had been hearing the rest of us complaining about Obamacare and Romneycare for some time but since it hadn’t affected him he didn’t pay to much attention.

    He had just gotten off the phone with an insurance company was steaming mad over the quote they gave him. He turned to us and said:

    “Now I understand what you guys have been ranting about!!”
    :em08:
    I think I said something along the lines of “Welcome to the party pal.” :em07:

    I won’t vote for Obomney either. I don’t know if you saw the link to my most recent post, but one of Obomney’s advisers let the cat out of the bag. Obomney has no intention of repealing Obamacare.
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    Mark12A growls and barks:

    One wonders about the applicability of “Anyone But Obama” when it comes to Mittens. I have no confidence whatever that he would deviate one step from his strict progressivism to protect my gun rights. While either one of them at the helm would kill the country, perhaps with Mittens the only thing one could say is that it would be longer and more painful. I mean, we already loathe Obama…

  4. 4
    LC Darth Scoundrel growls and barks:

    What is worth getting angry over?

    I’d like to tell him “STFU. Unless the next words that will come out of your cock-infested fuckhole is ‘I’m sorry’, shut the fuck up.”
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    Travis growls and barks:

    If Mittens (Fuckweasel) Romney is the nominee, I am NOT showing up to vote downticket either.

    Eat that sandwich, GOP!

  6. 6
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Travis @ #:

    If Mittens (Fuckweasel) Romney is the nominee, I am NOT showing up to vote downticket either.

    With all due respect, that is a really dumb idea. If you don’t vote, you don’t count. If Mittens Obomney is the *barf* nominee, write in someone you like. Who knows? Maybe a write in campaign for someone like Jindal or Palin might garner enough votes to throw this into the house of non-representatives.
    :em03:
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    Igor, Imperial Booby growls and barks:

    God ol’ Mittens, he’s really got BOTH feet in his mouth this time.

    “This is not worth getting angry about…” is right up there for Really Stoopid Statements with GW Bush’s “We have to destroy Capitalism to save it…” (Sorry, don’t remember the exact quote, just the gist of it).

    Please please PLEASE let there be a brokered convention.

    Please?

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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    Igor, Imperial Booby says:

    Please please PLEASE let there be a brokered convention.

    Please?

    It seems to me that it is, indeed, our nation’s only hope at this point.

    I can see the Ogabe-Mittens debates already, assuming that Mittens even brings up OgabeCare, which is highly unlikely considering how Mittens thinks government mandates are a splendid thing as long as he gets to make them:

    MITTENS: Blah, blah, blah, ObamaCare!

    OGABE: Come now, Mittens, this is not worth getting angry about.
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    Travis growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster says:

    Travis @ #:

    If Mittens (Fuckweasel) Romney is the nominee, I am NOT showing up to vote downticket either.

    With all due respect, that is a really dumb idea. If you don’t vote, you don’t count. If Mittens Obomney is the *barf* nominee, write in someone you like. Who knows? Maybe a write in campaign for someone like Jindal or Palin might garner enough votes to throw this into the house of non-representatives.

    angrywebmaster recently posted..And another Obama crony goes belly up

    The Establishment GOP has been playing chicken with the conservative/libertarian base for as long as I’ve been alive.

    They run these jackholes like Dole, and McCain, and then their slogan is, “vote for us, it’s not like you have any fucking choice!”

    Yes we DO.

    The GOP cannot out-pander the Dems, and Romney cannot out-Obama, Obama.

    The GOP chose to behave like the piglet sucking hind teat since 1932.
    Even when they have briefly held majorities in Congress they act like losers.

    This is the result THEY set up.

    If the GOP refuses to act like republicans, I refuse to participate in the sham.

    It won’t be better when we vote with lead, but perhaps it will be more honest.

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    DJ Allyn, Private Citizen growls and barks:

    Well, unlike your privileged, insulated arse, His Imperial Majesty actually lived under and worked within a government mandate healthcare system, and let us tell you: The results ain’t pretty. Rationing boards, waiting lists as long as months for simple procedures like a CT scan, people overrunning the ERs with routine issues because they can’t get an appointment with a doctor since there aren’t enough of them, three government bureaucrats for every actual healthcare professional (useless bureaucrat swine who, aside from doing absolutely nothing to improve healthcare also cost at least three times as much as the “Indians” providing the actual care), you name it. Your “perfect” model has it. In spades.

    Ummmm.

    I think that there is a HUGE difference between the type of system you lived and worked through and the mess that we’ve ended up here with. Perhaps I am wrong, but in your old country, health care was provided by the government?

    Here, the government is telling us that we will now be required to buy health insurance from PRIVATE insurance companies (instead of the old way where we could choose to buy health insurance from private companies — or not have insurance at all) That is the extent of the government’s involvement in your health care. To force us into buying health insurance, the government will use the IRS to penalize us if we don’t buy health insurance from a PRIVATE insurance company.

    No government “death panels”, no government intervention into how you are treated, no government doctors telling you that you’ve been picked to die today.

    What WILL be in place — what HAS been in place all along, is the PRIVATE insurance companies deciding what procedures they will actually cover, using THEIR actuarials.

    Unlike the state requirement to have insurance when driving a car, (although I keep hearing the comparison made from the idiots on MY side of the aisle) the “Obamacare” bill is nothing more than the government mandating us to buy insurance from a private company — at whatever cost that company wants to charge us. We can’t just “opt out” or choose a different option, such as a government-provided insurance if we want. Apparently we can’t even decide NOT to be covered at all.

    Driving a car is a privilege. Requiring insurance for a privilege is not unreasonable. Health is NOT a privilege — it is a choice. If I choose to live an unhealthy life — that’s all on me. The same goes for having insurance to fix me up if I choose to live that unhealthy life. No insurance — no health care unless you can pay for it up front.
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    LC HJ Caveman82952 growls and barks:

    My experience is as follows……both private insurance and medicare. Private insurance seems to gravitate more towards you being qualified for insurance at all, they do seek loopholes. But as for any necessary procedures they did cover them as agreed. Medicare actually declines twice as many procedures as private insurance. I discovered that too, but my wife wife died before I could esperience more. In both cases it is damn hard to find out who was responsible for declining such procedures. But I do know private insurance does respond to complaints, the government is not near so concerned, often choosing to outwait you leading to the usual result when the need no longer exists. And whether the libs like this or not, preferences are often displayed towards minorities, often illegals. My daughter is living proof of this. I was there. I’ve seen it. I have no issue with private insurance, they do respond faster to ones needs. I have been approved for a new policy as of last week, the thing to do if one has any assets at all.

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    LC Xystus growls and barks:

    Travis:

    It won’t be better when we vote with lead, but perhaps it will be more honest.

    True.

  13. 13
    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    DJ Allyn, Private Citizen says:

    I think that there is a HUGE difference between the type of system you lived and worked through and the mess that we’ve ended up here with. Perhaps I am wrong, but in your old country, health care was provided by the government?

    Here, the government is telling us that we will now be required to buy health insurance from PRIVATE insurance companies (instead of the old way where we could choose to buy health insurance from private companies — or not have insurance at all) That is the extent of the government’s involvement in your health care. To force us into buying health insurance, the government will use the IRS to penalize us if we don’t buy health insurance from a PRIVATE insurance company.

    I know, I know, Deej, we’ve been over all of this before :)

    No, ObamaCare is not quite government-provided healthcare, but if you think that ObamaCare is anything but a stepping stone to get there, you haven’t been paying attention. He’s even said as much himself.

    First you load up those private insurance companies that Obama of course doesn’t want to shut down with onerous rules and regulations which will force them to either go out of business or jack their prices up until nobody can afford anything other than the “fair” government provided alternative. You see, the government doesn’t have to worry about a bottom line, they’ll just raise taxes.

    And then, hey presto, before you know it there won’t be any “options” except for the government one but, hey, it’s not like government meant for that to happen. It was just those greedy insurance companies putting themselves out of business, ayup.

    It’s really hard for the twits in DC to get one over on me because I’ve watched the entire movie once before already :)
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    DJ Allyn, Private Citizen growls and barks:

    Emperor Misha I says:

    No, ObamaCare is not quite government-provided healthcare, but if you think that ObamaCare is anything but a stepping stone to get there, you haven’t been paying attention. He’s even said as much himself.

    I honestly don’t think it will ever happen, and here’s why.

    As long as God put pockets on a politician, there is going to be a lobbyist putting money into them. The private health insurance companies have a shitload of disposable cash to line the pockets of politicians.

    We heard all through the last election about “single payer” and “public options” coming out of the Obama, and that was read meat to a lot of progressives who were tired of being held hostage to a health care system that was getting harder and harder to deal with. But the moment the Obama got into office, he changed his tune. Suddenly, “single payer” was off the table, and talk shifted towards a “government option” that would be there in ADDITION to the private options. But nobody really noticed that The Obama himself hardly talked about it. That was because the fix was already in, with a deal he had made with the private health insurance companies at the very beginning of the sausage making. With all of the rhetoric, The Obama did what virtually every other politician does: the bait and switch.

    I think it would have been great to have a “public option” available to those who chose that way to go. The key word there is “option”. it doesn’t mean that you don’t have to CHOOSE that option, just that it would be available and funded only by those who chose that option.

    It is never going to happen because the Big Money is never going to allow it to happen. But it won’t stop politicians from running on the idea. It is much like how the Republicans love to run on the God, Gays, and Guns, routine, with a heavy push on abortion issues. Nothing changes — neither side can afford to fulfill their campaign promises because they would run out of platforms to run on.

    It is a huge game, and for some reason we are still playing our part in it.

    Me? I want to unplug from the Matrix.
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    Madam President growls and barks:

    Have any you guys been bombarded relentlessly with robo calls? The Reversible Mittens Campaign™ has called my damned house SIX TIMES within 24 hours! SIX! Not to mention all of his junk mail I’ve received this week! :em08:

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Madam President @ #:

    Have any you guys been bombarded relentlessly with robo calls? The Reversible Mittens Campaign™ has called my damned house SIX TIMES within 24 hours! SIX! Not to mention all of his junk mail I’ve received this week!

    :em08:
    During the primary in NH, I had Onr Aplu call me 12 times in 45 minutes. Others were just as bad and I had one from a former Governor of Louisiana who managed to dodge a grand jury.
    :em04:
    I finally started using the blocking feature on my phone. Prior to that I had my wife speak to them. Here typical answer went like:
    “Hello? I sorry. I Chinese. My english no good.”
    :em07:
    Then she would rip into them with language that would shock a Chinese sailor.
    :em01:
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