Wednesday, June 30, 2010

A Real Horror Tale




During her Senate confirmation hearing, Elena Kagan practices her death grip on the constitution and the American people.





Hey kids, the 4th of July weekend is coming up and I hear that millions of you will head for the theaters to see the next installment of the 'Twilight Saga.' Not having read the books or seen the first two movies in the series I can only go by what I've heard about them. They appear to be revisionist writings of the folklore tales of vampires where there are 'good' bloodsuckers that interact with the bad. I guess I'm old fashioned in that it's hard to see vampires as good unless you happen to be one of them.

Most of those who will see the movie are oblivious to the real life horror tale of a Supreme Court confirmation hearing. Blood thirsty senators talking and questioning one of their own kind about how to further suck out what's left of  the life of the American public. Going through the motions of being human in the daylight while waiting for darkness to feast on the unaware.

Kagan's confirmation will be just another confirmation that the undead, a very small percentage of the population, have us in their grasp.

We may fight a little while the fangs enter our body but the sweet relief of sleep is soon welcome.

Crosses and prayers have no effect on the living dead. Maybe a stake through the heart is the best defense but we seem to have misplaced where we put those.

Enjoy the show. You never know when it will be your last.

14 comments:

  1. http://dublinmick.wordpress.com/2010/06/29/florida-governor-says-everybody-in-the-bay/

    Same old story here in methane central.

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  2. Great analogy, Kenny. Of course, we know that in January, it was decided and announced to all the small people of the world....just who runs this world.....now and forever...especially after this Supreme Court Decision. Here's a recap of it from the duplicitous Times:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/22/us/politics/22scotus.html

    Get a kick out of what Obama had to say about the decision to make legal, Corporations' purchase of the Government (they were doing it illegally prior to this decision, so this decision was an in your face to the small people):

    President Obama called it “a major victory for big oil, Wall Street banks, health insurance companies and the other powerful interests that marshal their power every day in Washington to drown out the voices of everyday Americans.”

    The above should also say:

    President Obama's inauguration is “a major victory for big oil, Wall Street banks, health insurance companies and the other powerful interests that marshal their power every day in Washington to drown out the voices of everyday Americans.”

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  3. smoke tarryltonsJune 30, 2010 at 3:53 PM

    Obamas inaugaration was the greatest event in the history of humanity. He is the Messiah or is he just Soros' asspuppet? The minority that rules over us stands there saying what the fuck are you gonna do about it. So wrap the flag (made in china) around yourself this weekend shoot off some fireworks (made in china)and pray to the jewish carpenter to come and save us.

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  4. So wrap the flag (made in china) around yourself this weekend shoot off some fireworks (made in china)and pray to the jewish carpenter to come and save us.

    Jewish carpenter? Would that be Turdy Keith?

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  5. the last refuge of a scoundrelJuly 1, 2010 at 11:06 AM

    I donno who "turdy keith" is (?) Some kike in a position of power in this fading banana republik? Naw I was speaking of the baby Jeebus who has nothing on President Messiah. I'm ready for patriotard weekend! I might even start to believe these bullshit fairytales. Note to the patriotards that shit is gone get the fuck over it.

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  6. For all of the nonbelievers, it isn't as if American democracy doesn't allow for mistakes to be fixed. American jurisprudence is not meant to be a death sentence.

    If Americans followed the format of the Constitution, bad Justices would be impeached, as intended, rather than allowing them to linger and cause Constitutional anarchy.

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  7. Pat, there is no American Democracy. There never was, and the Constitution saw to that. It was always a ruling system by, and for, the Oligarchs. Begging a hopefully benevolent ruling Plutocratic Oligarchy for "rights" is not encouraging for the evolution of Humanity. Efforts at reforming such a system are futile. It's the system itself that is the issue, so no, I do not stand with you in your futile attempts to reform a system that is intended to protect the interests of the beyond reproach Plutocratic Oligarchs.

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  8. Does she have a Che Guevara t-shirt and Birkenstocks?

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  9. Look at the hand gesture. I think she's saying "I have really huge balls.....big bouncy balls...that will put a bull to shame."

    Hit It....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YUuyzQDmjY

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  10. True Prepi; without land reform it ain't worth anything, pioneers just turned into the new usurous handmaidens.

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  11. Ken

    Just wanted to let you know...

    I steal your shit all the time. I fricking love this blog...

    I post notes on facebook, and use your stuff, usually photos and quotes and all...and your blogroll keep me adequately enraged enough to safely say i'm pretty sure most of my "friends' have probably "hidden" me...

    Keep it up man...it's people like you who are going to inspire people like me to....

    just speak the truth and damn the consequences....

    Thanks man.

    Oh, I do always give a h/t to Kenny. I hope that's acceptable to you.

    wish ya had an email...

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  12. some serious agitprop? Why is he being allowed to say this on television?

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=703_1278043042

    It sounds truthful, but it's coming from the television...are we past the point where they even try and hide it anymore...are they flaunting the Americans inability to care about anything except sports and celebrity?

    Seems so.

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  13. anon @ 2:59AM, thanks and feel free to use anything you want. My email accounts are compromised so I don't give them out, it's probably best for all.

    qb, I think you are correct. Telling some of the truth helps gives a little credibility to the MSM. Many people will nod their heads in approval but that's as far as they go.

    scoundrel, that would be Toby Keith, country music patriotard and lover of all things war. Don't bother with a search on him, he sucks.

    prepi and anachore, I agree, begging/voting/petitioning does no good, it takes action of a type that we are sorely lacking in. But I wouldn't be too hard on Pat. Despite the origins, history and perhaps ultimate intent of the constitution, some folks look at the message it imparts and those people may/could be our allies at some point in time when we need them the most.

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