Gut Rumbles

January 04, 2005

sheer stupidity

I often listen to leftist moonbats talk and I wonder what kind of delusional bubble they live in. It damn sure ain't the world the way I know it. Here are some things I believe that leftists don't.

*A hand-OUT is not the same as a hand-UP. If you teach people to rely on handouts, that's what they do. Forever. Life is comfortable when all you have to do is sit on your ass.

*SUVs are NOT "destroying the planet." What a bunch of environmentalist horseshit. Take a look at what Goddess Gaia did in Southeast Asia and tell me AGAIN how SUVs are gonna kill us all? Pea-brained asswits.

*We live in the best country on the face of the planet. The USA isn't perfect, but it's a long sight better than anywhere else. The only people who refuse to admit that fact are those who hate freedom, wealth and prosperity. Envious bastards.

*Life is not "fair" and no government is ever going to change that fact. Shit happens sometimes. You've just gotta grab your jockstrap, and keep trucking when it happens to YOU. Voting for a host of nanny-state laws doesn't make life "fair." That crap makes it MORE UNFAIR than it already is. Idiots.

*I don't OWE anybody anything that I'm not willing to give of my own free will. That means money, respect, trust, love, friendship, hospitality, kindness or anything else. I prefer to write with jocularity on this blog, rather than display the blase "sophistication" of European ass-weenies, but believe that I have the right to be a heartless, trucluent bastard if I want to be, and no obsequious little whiner deserves ANYTHING from me just because I have it and he doesn't. (That one was just to see if you've been paying attention.)

*Heh. I think I'll stop right there. I TOLD you people that I could write a coherent sentence with the words "jocularity," blase," "trucuent" and "obsequious." I just did.

And I needed NO government help to do it.


Yeah, it was coherent, Acidman - but it sucked, just like I said it would. Not up to yer usual standards o' eloquence.

Posted by: Steve on January 4, 2005 05:59 PM

You have such a simple mind. You express you ill-conceived ideas in slogans, buzzwords and jargon. Do you ever have an original thought? One that isn't about beer, pussy or woe is me!

A tiresome dumb fuckwad you are. You belong in Georgia and deserve exactly what you've got.

Posted by: Burt on January 4, 2005 06:11 PM

I like it, you got ass-weenies, and obsequious, and truckyulent bastard in the same post. You're gooooood. (No really, I mean it from the bottom of my RedNeck Heart).
I'm to poor to pay attention but I keep track. Ususally in the bed of the truck.
I don't know what most of those words mean, so, I just read 'tween 'em. I usually get you're meanin'. It's kinda like bein' over at Velociworld, but havin' to take a pop quiz.

I hope Sam's 'puter gets better.

Mine's givin' me the finger right now.

I prolly deserve it.

Merry New Year Rob.

Posted by: RedNeck on January 4, 2005 06:12 PM

Burt!!! How could you hurl such slogans, buzzwords and jargon at me??? If I didn't already KNOW better, I would think that you are a fucktard.

Posted by: Acidman on January 4, 2005 06:18 PM

Wasn't it America's public enemy #1 Bill Clinton who 'ended welfare as we know it?' My taxes didn't go down. Where went all the welfare money we used to pay them fat heiffers breeding like flies on welfare?

Working at Walmart, that's where. And, thanks to the low wages Walmart pays, we end up paying welfare all over again.

For a two-hundred-employee Wal-Mart store, the government is spending $108,000 a year for children's health care; $125,000 a year in tax credits and deductions for low-income families; and $42,000 a year in housing assistance.

It's estimated that a two-hundred-employee Wal-Mart store costs federal taxpayers $420,000 a year, or about $2,103 per Wal-Mart employee.

That translates into a total annual welfare bill of $2.5 billion for Wal-Mart's 1.2 million US employees.

Posted by: Burt on January 4, 2005 06:24 PM


Got any proof to back that up?? Lets see it.

Posted by: DavidB on January 4, 2005 09:13 PM


My Dad taught me the same things that you penned, especially that Life isn't fair and the world doesn't owe you a living. I am convinced that Liberal moonbats are incapable of learning and never grow up. A damnable condition indeed.

Posted by: Scalplock1845 on January 4, 2005 10:47 PM

The above attack on Wal-Mart is an attack on Corporatism. America does not have a true free market system. Attacking Wal Mart and corporate welfare is not attacking capitalism, or traditional conservative, and even libertarian, principles; it is attacking corporatism - where the government allows private ownership yet controls every other aspect.

And freedom is nowhere if I am not free to be a selfish asshole.


Posted by: werbinox on January 4, 2005 11:00 PM

Burt, your proof.


Posted by: Davidb on January 5, 2005 09:28 AM

Burt, Clinton didn't reform dick. The Republican Congress led by Newt Gingrich, passed welfare reform three times, and Clinton vetoed it twice. Then his advisors told him if he did it again even a doddering old fool could beat him for re-election in '96. So the third time, he signed it.

And now Clinton sycophants like Burt give Clinton credit for something that had to be forced on him.

Posted by: McGehee on January 5, 2005 01:55 PM

You lose points. jpwever. for writing a run-on sentence to do it.

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on January 5, 2005 08:21 PM


... PREVIEW is my friend.

Posted by: Ralph Gizzip on January 5, 2005 08:23 PM
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