Seriously, I had no idea. So much has happened. One thing that has happened is that we no longer have a conservative party in our nation. Rather, we have a fascist, neofeudalist party that is out to make sure sure as many unwanted babies are born as possible, so they can eliminate them with social darwinist policies. And thus, my new site, Paul Ryan Hates Babies.
Friday, April 03, 2009
A few weeks ago Glenn Beck, a Fix Noise host, started a magical campaign entitled "We Surround Them". It was supposed to be the very hush-hush beginning of a BIG THING, and I even considered going to a restaurant in the next town where a maximum of 30 people were going to be dining at their own expense while watching whatever he did on the television.
So we all know Glenn Beck is unbalanced, even those who take most of his antics as "loving his country" (sob) "so much" (sob). Some of us think he's either more than a little unbalanced, which means he's a mentally ill person being manipulated (did I say this somewhere before) or a total liar and hypocrite. Colbert did a great takedown a la Jon Stewart the other day. I'd show you the original Beck footage it is based on, but you get the idea.
|The Colbert Report||Mon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c|
|The 10.31 Project|
And now, a parody of the Beck show. Make sure you watch it twice so you can read those whacky news trailers on the chyron.
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
So what part of that don't they get? Not that I've got the kind of a job where I could earn a bonus, but jeez, these kahunas did not earn their bonuses. No way!
I understand that a lot of the lower-ranked people count on bonuses to survive in one of the most expensive cities on earth, but come on now. The bonus system was set up to siphon extra money to the most highly-paid earners, whether or not they were productive. It was rigged so they got humungous bonuses as long as there was any of their clients' money left to steal. Oops, none left? The government will pay the bonuses for us, thanks ever so much for feeding our boundless greed.
Don't you think it's time for our financial system to be run by people who didn't destroy their companies with the "creative accounting" they are now claiming makes them so indispensible? Like, the government owns 79% of AIG already. It's time to defenestrate these losers.
Posted by Principal Quattrano at 3:18 PM
Monday, November 03, 2008
She's annoying, she's got it in for atheists so much she's produced a series of desperate ads accusing her of being "godless", when clearly she has no interest in her own morality.
But what's really scary about her is she looks like she's got the same plastic surgeon as Jocelyn Wildenstein.
Sunday, November 02, 2008
Not that this was an extraordinarily busy blog, but after the template broke, I stopped posting. Like, where did my title go? Where did my sidebar go? Why doesn't resetting the template fix it?
Okay, I found them. They're back.
The blog had like 3 things wrong with it. I found the solutions in the Google group by searching on the error message. Now my blog is again whole.
I won't be updating what you missed, but if you want to check on my posting (I've been a busy girl), you can look at my main political blog on my main site.
Now that I've got this fixed, I'll be back. And don't forget to check out the poll in the sidebar.
Posted by Principal Quattrano at 12:48 PM
She doesn't think I'm a true Christian.
She's right. I'm not, which makes me one of the "godless" that her prayer warriors are planning on looting and pillaging when they take over the country prior to bringing on Armageddon.
Ecumenicism is a game they play. They want you to think that they are "people of faith", and this is something important they have in common with you.
But do you believe the world is beset by witchcraft and demons? Do you believe in praying for the deaths of people, and if they do fall ill or die, that you caused it, and it was God's will? Do you think it's a good idea to bring on the End Times so you can get raptured right up into heaven?
She is a dominionist, which means she supports making the US a theocracy run by members of her narrow sect. The movement to infiltrate the government at all levels is called New Apostolic Reformation. Check them out.
Sarah Palin believes in all this and more.
Believe it, it's true. Or should I say, you don't have to believe it, because it's true. You only have to believe things that are demonstrably untrue.
Posted by Principal Quattrano at 12:40 PM
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Once in a while I just like to play with the graphics program. Did you know that back in 2005, when asked if Dick Cheney would play a role in his administration should he be elected, McCain answered, "Hell, yes!"?
Posted by Principal Quattrano at 10:14 PM
Thursday, June 12, 2008
I guess dubya is still thinking that a miracle can pull into the pantheon of great Presidents. (I can just see him in "I, Claudius", trying to get the Roman senate to vote him a god so he would not have to pay for his sins in the hereafter.) Not happening, boy, even though clearly a miracle happened to save him from being impeached, what with all his crimes: from misdemeanors to felonies to "high crimes" (whatever that may mean) to outright treason and war crimes.
Was it a miracle? Or was it just gutlessness, cowardice, and political expediency on the part of the majority party? It would be very hard to distinguish what the Democrats in Congress and the Senate have been doing from outright collusion.
Anyway... anybody who wants McCain deserves four more years of the current death spiral. But those people don't read this blog, do they?
Posted by Principal Quattrano at 7:49 PM