Saturday, April 5, 2008

Reader Participation (unlike the major political parties, I really do give a shit what you think)

"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard." - H.L. Mencken

“… the term “democrat” originated as an epithet and referred to ‘one who panders to the crude and mindless whims of the masses.’” - Joseph J. Ellis

Alright peeps, mob rule is in effect! If you notice to the right (sorry, the format will not allow me to put it on the left) you have YOUR say! Before we get started, let us reflect on the wisdom of the common man, expressing his fantastic capacity for putting thought into action throughout recent times.

Here is how whitey riots:

Sheik Yerbouti, and you better vote for Obama or ELSE:

Oh well, YouTube is full of stuff for your perusal.

Having lived in Colorado, even though it is full of democrats (above definition), Denver is a pretty nice place. I do not want to see it trashed. Denver has everything in close proximity that honkies like - low crime rate, nice weather, close to ski slopes and a major airline hub so Denver residents can travel to other places only to realize how wonderful home is. They have a lovely downtown area and light rail mass transit. When white guilt sets in, you can hop in the car and travel to UC Boulder so people like Ward Churchill (famous Indian warrior) can tell you how horrible you are, just for being a honky.

These are my takes on the cities. Hey, I write this damned blog, so at the very least include me in the mob!

Seattle: Nice town. Whole lot going on in the area. Home of the people that screw up your computer just when you finally figure it out. In political correctness, this is known as a "Windows Automatic Upgrade". Starbuck's home is there too. A nice, corporate, conglomerate, homogenous chain operation (traded on the evil, greedy NYSE), where people all over the country can buy horrendously overpriced coffee in a safe place to trash conservatives (and evil corporations too) with abandon and have everyone agree with them. They have a drive-thru for conservatives who actually have jobs and need to get to them on time. Something for everybody! Honkeys in Seattle like black people - all 300 of them! So do I. Northwesterners love to assault the South with how "racist" we are. They love to tell us how we treat "our" black people - assuming "we" still own "them". Should I call my accountant? If I, in fact, "own" somebody, well I sure as hell want to reap the benefits out of somebody else's mind and labor (or lack of either) - I am taxed for it anyway! I like "their" black people. I wish some of them would move here. We are willing to trade - one hundred of "ours" for just one of "theirs". Liberals, after all, tell black people what is best for them - apparently black people cannot figure this out by themselves on an individual basis. How wonderful life would be if the state of Washington had one million more black people to tell them how the world is against them and where to place the blame! I don't think they will take me up on it, but hope springs eternal. Offer remains open.

Berkeley (with Oakland): Now this would just be too damned good, and my personal vote. Even I was angry at the idea of putting a Marine Corps recruitment office there. It is a blatant waste of taxpayer money. Who in their fucking mind thought that there is possibly one, just ONE person in Berkeley who is capable of being a Marine (of any race, or any of the five P.C. approved genders)? Assuming that one, just ONE applicant came forward, the best hope (probably an impossibility) would be the Military Police. MPs are the punchline of all military jokes, and deservedly so. MPs are so congenitally stupid they are not to be allowed in combat - in other words, they are too dumb to be shot at! They cannot be trusted with staplers, for they might harm themselves. Berkeley even thinks themselves superior to Seattle. This is why an open invitation to their neighbor, Oakland, should be included, so they can have a true "multi-cultural" experience this year. Let the Muslim Bakery cater the event.

San Francisco: Well, they don't like "Fleet Week", so I say to the United States Navy - if San Fran gets into trouble, you are not "welcome" to defend them (if you can get away with it, help the godam enemy). Cindy Sheehan is a local celebrity there too. To any Islamobastards out there, please bomb the everlovingshit outta San Francisco ASAP! The GLTBWhateverthehell will welcome Shari'a Law with open arms, labia, bungholes, or whatever an imaginative plastic surgeon put there. You naughty Islamists! You be nicey nice to those people during the public hangings at Fisherman's Wharf. Come to think of it, a Democrat convention riot will probably accomplish far more mayhem than that.

Detroit: Well, Detroit is already an irreparable mess, so a riot might do it some good. Riots are always good methods of urban renewal - tear up your own neighborhood and stick the taxpayers with the bill. Detroit is also dangerously close to Canada - another bunch that loves to tell us how horrible we are. After the riots, expel Detroit from the Republic, and give it as a gift to our northern neighbors, since they obviously know much better how to run things. I am sure with their exemplary healthcare system they just can't wait to put another couple of million people on the waiting list for a simple throat culture.

Toledo: This place is just too awful - a riot can only be an improvement. Call Detroit and Cleveland for help. When there is nothing left to destroy, just push it all into Lake Erie - the Canadians will be far to busy with Detroit by then to complain about "environmental" bullshit.

Harlem: Why not?

New Orleans: Ray Nagin has not had much to blame on the rest of us for a while - his political relevance is diminishing. Since Al Gore cannot tell us when the next hurricane will strike the Crescent City, why not just have rioting and looting for the sake of itself? We have to invite the entire Dutch Parliament to come over, observe and take notes. They must see what happens, firsthand, when you build a city below sea level and then populate it with idiots.

Birmingham: My home. The most "racissisississmississistic" city in the world. We have not had a white mayor in over thirty years. Our entire city council is "African" American. We have not had a white candidate for mayor in over twenty years. Our mayoral elections are decided, literally, on which candidate the remaining honkies like - that candidate automatically loses. We are a most intelligent city though. All of our problems will be solved with a "domed stadium". Don't worry that we have no professional sports team to play in it. Furthermore, we have no clue with the current highway infrastructure as to how anybody is going to be able to get to this architectural savior. None of that matters. A riot would be good for this city - a MAJOR one, possibly nuclear. For this, we need all of Detroit, New Orleans, Oakland (sorry Berkeley) and probably half of Houston. Then after the debris settles, we can bill the rest of the nation to build a metropolitan infrastructure that actually makes sense.

Havana, Caracas, Pyongyang: One way tickets for rioters.

Other: Instructions provided.


Joseph Sixpack said...

I have absolutely no idea what the first video was. I'm not quite sure if I understand the second.

I voted for Pyongyang because it is farther away from here and because that city is the closest thing to the Democrat's vision of utopia.

Boogification said...

Joe, first video = honky tuning a guitar.

second video = kill honky

third video = capitalism bad, although without it we cannot make video.

Hope this clears things up.

Joseph Sixpack said...

Good point regarding the 3rd video. I though it was just documenting the hypocrisy and insanity of the anti-globalization kooks by doing nothing more than showing their activities.

Anti-capitalism/anti-globalization events have almost become adventure vacations for the left. They are akin to college students going to the West Bank to get shot at by Israelis. Literally, that is why they go there - so they can say that they, too, were oppressed by Israelis. Who goes looking for oppression?

Here in the gut of the beltway, college students - about once per year - will show their solidarity with the homeless by sleeping on the sidewalk for a night. The absurdity of the whole affair is clearly lost on them. Whereas most homeless people that I see sleeping on the street are miserable, drug-addicted, physically abused, and mentally unhealthy folks, the college students saw their sleep on the sidewalk as a fun social event (in one instance, they actually postponed it on account of rain - way to go!). They ensure that campus security patrols more heavily, so that they're safe, they bring nice clean sleeping bags and books and radios, lots of snacks, and even have entertainment planned. Why, it's indistinguishable from the life of a homeless person! And then they go back to their lives and tell their fellow fringe-kook lefty friends about the neat adventure. And the condition of the homeless doesn't change.

daisymayrobin said...

Hey Boogification -

Your cousin's wife here. You can see I'm no longer anonymous. Feel free to check out my blog if you'd like... it's mostly an online diary, just showing my day-to-day life in rainy Seattle.

So..... you make it extremely hard for me not to comment when it seems like you are baiting me! : ) Seattle?! You have to know I have some opinions on that! Here are some of my thoughts on the city I choose to live in:


Some of your thoughts on Seattle aren't too far off. It is true we have a small black community. (We have a large Asian and Canadian community instead, partly because of geography.) Seattle liberals do not tell black people what is best for them. Black people have figured it out for themselves, and in doing so, have simply found a friend/ally in the liberal.

I was a bit confused by your line, "...conservatives who actually have jobs and need to get to them on time." Seattle is run by thousands of hard-working lefties who make sure you have a computer to type your blog on, that you can easily get jacked-up on coffee, and when you need a break, you have your choice between both xBox or Nintendo to chill. And even though the corporate employees moved to Chicago (much to our chagrin), tons of union-paying liberals build almost all the airplanes Americans get on. Boeing's kind of a big deal out here.

The south. Actually, we don't assault the south. We don't assault it because it's not even on our radar as something to think about. I'm pretty sure the only time we think about the south is when we watch all the states turn red on CNN's graphic of the nation during election time. And then we do indeed trash conservatives while drinking our $7.00 lattes. : ) We just don't do it at Starbucks. We buy coffee at independent coffee houses because that's how liberals roll.

As long as we're talking about cities/states, I thought I'd let you know....... we don't travel to any part of the country that isn't touching an ocean and we don't spend our liberal dollars in red states. New York, California, Oregon and Washington State is what we consider to be our country. (Oh, and Hawaii is great for vacationing.) The middle and southern parts of the country are welcome to secede into their own nation at any time. Hell, we'll even pay for it since we're well-educated with high-paying careers, and we're gay or choose not to have children, so we have tons of extra money!

Bottom line? We know we live in a bubble. But, we wouldn't have it any other way.


Joseph Sixpack said...

As long as we're talking about cities/states, I thought I'd let you know....... we don't travel to any part of the country that isn't touching an ocean and we don't spend our liberal dollars in red states. New York, California, Oregon and Washington State is what we consider to be our country.

From your angle of looking at things in terms of states, I think you may be wrong. If we approach the issue from one of states rather than of individuals, you do spend your money in "red" states. NY, CA, OR, and WA rank among the lowest states for Federal spending received in terms of dollars paid. For example, WA receives about $0.88 of federal spending for every $1 that it sends to the feds. It's less for CA and NY.