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  •  When reality is "NEGATIVE" the diaper pissers (1+ / 0-)
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    of the left upper middle cla$$ dilettantes actually ENABLE these lying right wing bastards.

    It makes sense that someone who IS stinking rich AND has hired protective layers of sharks and wolves can just while their day away fretting about the yacht, polo and golf.

    It makes sense that the sucks ups of the polo, yacht and golf crowd don't discuss reality, either - otherwise they won't get sucked into the club.

    It makes NO sense for those of us living in reality to spend our time using 40 syllable descriptions instead of getting to the point - WHY are liars called obfuscatingmisrepresentingdisengenuouis when they should just be called "LIARS"?

    It does make sense for those of us living in reality to NOT describe reality if we're aspiring suck ups, OR, if we don't even know that by enforcing salon dilettante happy happy speak we're protecting the polo, yacht and golf crowd from scrutiny.

    What I find amazing, at age 51, after having spent 9 years from '78 to '89 living and working in Boston, and the last 21 years living and working in Seattle -

    what I find amazing is the number of "liberals" and "progressives" who don't even know what I'm talking about, AND

    by enforcing their upper middle cla$$ Sesame Street happy happy talk on political speech -

    the number of "liberals" and "progressives" who are enabling the pigs at the top staying pigs and staying on top.

    It is kind of cool how the modern version of STFU and do what you're told, and be "positive", is just  “Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s, and unto God the things that are God’s”.

    rmm.

    Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look; He thinks too much: such men are dangerous

    by seabos84 on Mon Jun 20, 2011 at 05:46:17 AM PDT

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