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Tent cities popping up around the country, called Obamavilles


During the great depression, millions of Americans lost their jobs, homes, and hope.  Tent cities grew all over the country filled with the homeless who had no place else to go.  As Herbert Hoover is widely blamed (rightly or wrongly) for sitting idly by while the economy went down the drain starting in 1929, these settlement, made up of canvas tents and shanties were dubbed Hoovervilles.

Well, history repeats itself.  New tent cities have now begun to spring up all over the country, filling with those who have lost their homes, just like 80 years ago.  Cities like Seattle, Reno, Sacramento, and even Athens, Georgia have growing settlements.  Many are dubbing these tent cities for the President being blamed for this crisis – Obamavilles.  And they are growing every day.

Homeless shelters in these cities have filled to capacity and have expanded to these tent cities.  As the economy continues to contract and unemployment grows, thousands more will likely move in.

And as Rome burns, politicians in Washington continue to fiddle and play politics.  On both sides.  Republicans have finally come to their senses, and are opposing the reckless spending proposed by the President, and Ratsocrats have opened themselves to severe criticism with spending the Repubs have targeted.  And even as the GOP has screamed about “pork” in the various bills, the Ratsocrats have grunted up to the trough like so many sweaty hogs.  Lindsay Graham defended his own earmarks on MTP on Sunday, even while slamming Obama on his budget proposal.  He even said that if his earmarks were removed, he would put them back in a new bill.  Enrico guesses that Graham reasons that if Obama and the ratsocrats are going to rape the Treasury, he might as well get sloppy seconds.

Burning down the ratsocrat plantation

I continue to believe that there is no way Barack Hussein Osama is going to be elected president in 2008, although I think the election of a black would be a terrific, beautiful, highly positive symbolic event for this nation. I don’t know what kind of president he would be, but I totally sympathize with rational ratsocrats who also do not know but for whom the beautiful, tear-jerking symbolism is more than enough.

I asked a leading Houston ratsocrat support of Barack why she was supporting him for the nomination when he could not possibly win the election. She didn’t want to answer this. I could certainly have accepted the answer “because of the symbolism.” That makes sense to me. And who knows, I have been wrong before, maybe I’m wrong about this. I’d love to be wrong about this.

But even without him winning the nomination, even without him winning the election if he is nominated, I love the fact that he is discombobulating Fellatio Girl. I cannot wait CANNOT WAIT for the South Carolina primary. The evil ratsocrats (n.b. not all ratsocrats are evil per se) consciously work to keep black folks in peonage on the ratsocrat plantation. They do not want the black folks to advance and to rise–they need them to remain wards of the state, because their peonage is the source of ratsocrat political power. Why do the evil ratsocrats cling to the failing public schools like a pit bull clings to a yorkie? Because the denial of education to the black folks forces the black folks to remain wards of the state. Why did Fellatio Boy fight welfare reform in the 90s until an override of his veto was a foregone conclusion? Because paying black daddies to abandon their families (yes, that’s what the ratsocrat program did) forces the black folks to remain wards of the state.

Now, look, I accept that these horrific outcomes were not the intended results of welfare, or public education. The former was well-intentioned. The latter is studded with dedicated, selfless professionals who are doing those jobs out of love for their fellow man, but for poor blacks, the system is, on the whole, a complete disaster. Why do the ratsocrats fight giving poor parents a choice of schools for their children? There is no answer to this today which does not point to abject ratsocrat evil. In the case of welfare, even after it became completely obvious that the welfare system had become a source of profound destruction, the ratsocrats clung to it. What other word can be applied to this except evil?

In South Carolina, black ratsocrats have the opportunity to burn the plantation house to the ground. Fellatio Girl didn’t build the plantation house, but judging by Fellatio Boy’s performance, she intends to live in it, living on the backs of poor black folks whose continued slavery and misery she will exploit for political power.

So, let’s all cheer lustily as the black ratsocrats reject Fellatio Girl, and carry Osama to victory.

The Fascist Ratsocrats strike again

I like this story from Politico. Once again, the ratsocrats think they are special, and they want to be able to veto the president’s appointees. The ratsocrats have no respect for the law. The only thing they care about is their own power, and its perpetuation.

Well, I think having the FEC hamstrung until President Romney is sworn in would be just ducky. I’d like to think that the republicans in Congress took the time to actually read the Bill of Rights, and noticed for the first time the words “Congress shall make no law…”

I can just see it: Mitch McConnell had to poo really bad, and the only thing he could find in a hurry to take with him to read was a 1977 copy of Newsweek (Jimmy Carter wearing a cardigan on the cover), and a little pamphlet of the Constitution and all the amendments. He comes out of the cloakroom bathroom, and clears his throat nervously and asks uncomfortably, “Now, when this says ‘Congress,’ are they talking about us?” Heads nod all around.

“What does this word ‘no’ mean, as in ‘no law’?” Surely it doesn’t really mean NO law!” Someone looks up the word “no.” They are all shocked. They look around for Fellatio Boy, hoping that he will perhaps be able to provide a different spin on this word’s meaning. But Fellatio Boy isn’t there, he is giving mouth-to-mouth 24/7 to Fellatio Girl’s campaign (using a dental dam, I am quite certain).

“Now, if we pass a law restricting freedom of speech on candidates for election to federal office, wouldn’t that be a law, so, how can we do that if this thing says NO law?”

Silence fills the room as they realize they have made perhaps a little boo boo.

This is what I’d like to think happened. Bye bye, McCain-Feingold!