On Wisconsin!

Jeff is completely correct

I mean, this is what we’ve come to as a nation: form over substance as a fucking installation art form. The pollutant of “progressive” thinking has here culminated in a surreal civic moment, one in which the idealized cultural sexiness of the 60s, and a desire to re-live it, has given us the spectacle of university students chanting in favor of bigger government, less choice, fewer freedoms, and a total subsuming of the individual into an dictatorial, top-down collective. Like a hive of buzzing drones, these people are now actively swarming in hopes of bringing on the deconstruction of their country’s founding ideals by way of agitating for a neutered collective ruled by a top-down union leadership structure, one that splits the profits with the Democrat party while the private sector taxpayer gets higher property taxes to go with the dwindling opportunity available outside the government ranks.

…Not only that, but the scorching scorching irony of the chants of “this is what democracy looks like” coming from these useful idiots is likewise blazingly surreal: because what representative democracy actually looks like happened in November, and would have happened again in Madison had the Dems not FLED THE FUCKING STATE TO AVOID PARTICIPATING IN THE DEMOCRATIC PROCESS.

Which means that to these “protesters,” “democracy” boils down to “I must always win, or else it isn’t really legitimate democracy.”

Sorry, but that’s fucking TYRANNY wrapped in word they’ve stolen from a patriotic bumper sticker.

People have forgotten that for Democracy to work, well, it means that you have to accept that half the time you’ll probably lose.

7 Responses to “On Wisconsin!”

  1. tree hugging sister says:

    Lay your hand on the dashboard and, “Hallelujah!”

  2. JeffS says:

    We don’t a new generation of hippies out there, trying re-live the 60s. We have a generation of children living in adult bodies, throwing tantrums when they don’t get their way. Up to and including bringing down the Republic.

    Jeff also said this:

    Civil war is coming. And it’s needed.

    I’m thinking he’s right. Unfortunately.

  3. Syd B. says:

    I heard Chris Larson, one of the Wi. Fleabaggers, being interviewed last night after the split bill was passed. He said what Walker did was an affront to democracy. Yes, those words actually passed his lips and he somehow, didn’t seem to see the immense irony in his comment. If bullshit and stupid had a child, it would be a Fleabagger.

    I wish there was a way to remove all of the Fleabaggers from office, even if it meant running a special election to replace them all.

  4. Gary from Jersey says:

    Recall campaigns are already underway in WI, Indiana and Ohio. That’s the good news.

    I heard a radio report yesterday that Obama’s Chicago mafia is orchestrating the Madison civil war. In a sick way, I hope that’s true.

    Lock and load indeed.

    PS. Thanks for pointing me to Protein Wisdom. Good site. Bookmarked.

  5. major dad says:

    If the Wisconsin budget gets balanced without having to raise taxes then the next election cycle will be even more brutal for the Dems. From what I saw of the protesters, awful lot of shaggy looking college types, must be trying to relive the sixties.

  6. Syd B. says:

    Major dad, those shaggy looking types of which you speak,are almost always on the receiving end of handouts as opposed to the giving end. There should be little doubt as to who supports the Liberal agenda. The sad truth about these progressive protesters is that to them, democracy boils down to “I must always win, or else it isn’t really legitimate democracy.” I think there’s another name for that.

  7. nightfly says:

    Lots of quotes of the day up in here, ain’t there?

    I don’t want a civil war in my country, but I sure as hell don’t want the thing to collapse into anarchy and ruin – and beyond that I don’t want a the growing tyranny we have. An actual rebellion to restore liberty might be the most wholesome alternative.

Image | WordPress Themes