“…All the rest of the snot, dandruff, and earwax…”

(graphic from Liberty Maniacs)

Derbyshire delivers the final word(s) on the American election.

A pox on all of the stooges.

Worse, better.

Resist.

39 responses to ““…All the rest of the snot, dandruff, and earwax…”

  1. Aesop, when TSHTF, who do you think will be the first to come roaring down the street, burning, looting, raping, pillaging? Why, the radical whites of the Tea Party,of course! (sarcasm off) Aren’t you due back at Huffpo, to report to your masters?

  2. Mutant Swarm

    “…Next, the Asian vote, which went 73 percent for Obama. Wassup with that?people keep asking me. I can’t improve on Steve Sailer’s explanation: Asians, like everyone else in the world except white European Gentiles, are ethnocentric, so they preferentially vote for the party of ethnocentrism. Duh…”

    At least in Japan, for hundreds of years if you didn’t do what the samurai told you to do, you got your head chopped off. The gene for free thinking was removed from their society as a result. There have been cases of airliners crashing because the Japanese co-pilot and flight engineer knew something was wrong, but they were too afraid of the captain’s wrath to mention it.

    Will we be next?

  3. Semper Fi, 0321

    New Universal Faith was the main topic at a dinner I attended last night. Girlfriend’s relative was in town, and I got volunteered to go. All were Obama voters, all are so happy that they’re finally reaching toward their goal of utopia, Kenyan style. Until I said that I couldn’t wait for the hangings to start. For some reason they all fled the room.
    Out of 15 people in that room, not one of the other 5 males was capable of taking care of himself, the rest were nothing but limp wristed metrosexuals looking for someone else to take care of them, thru gov’t taxation. They don’t care where their tax money goes, as long as they feel that they get wrapped in a warm comforter in the end. Voter fraud and crooked politicians didn’t even get a nod from them, even lots of blank looks, they deny anything that doesn’t fit in their agenda. I never even got around to asking them what they’re going to do when all the FSA money runs out. But they’ll find somebody else to blame it on too.
    Perhaps it really is time for the culling to start.

    • outlawpatriot

      I understand.

      I’ve driven off people at parties and had people go absolutely insane at my local sports bar.

      Part of the process I think.

      Always be prepared to shoot them.

    • “Perhaps it really is time for the culling to start.”
      ====================

      No.

      It is PAST time, way past.

      At least 50% of the US population would have already died off if not for the gov’t.

      Stupidity kills.

      When the gov’t fails, as it surely will, those that should have already been dead will die off pretty quick.

      I hold no empathy for them.

    • “…they deny anything that doesn’t fit in their agenda.”

      Mouthful there, eh? “Let he who is without …”

  4. Look at the real numbers in the areas Obama won. 59 areas in Philly showed 100% for Obama, with a 90% turn out, however only 60% signed.
    One are in Cleveland showed 100% votes for Obama, and 90%+ turn out, but that area has people who say, they did not vote for Obama.

    “It is not who votes that count, it is who counts the votes.” Stalin

    This was a stolen election. The only way Republicians win is to cheat like the Democrats do.

    • Semper Fi, 0321

      Shoot the Democrats AND the Republicans, that’s the only way to win this. Then start over.

      • Mutant Swarm

        +100

      • But SF, everything’s gonna be fine. I heard it myself…”The Parties are going to work together.”

        For the first time in decades, I believe ‘em.

        • Cassandra (of Troy)

          Jim Klein/20Nov12@12:44,

          And people actually say there’s no bipartisanship, JK, gives ya hope that things just might work out after all.

          CYNICS BEDAMNED!

          Cassandra (of Troy)

      • alan w. mullenax

        Gotta change that Republican party affiliation tomorrow. :-)

        • Cassandra (of Troy)

          alan w. mullenax/20Nov12@14:20,

          “Gotta change that Republican affiliation tomorrow.”

          So awm, is laziness or stubbornness the reason why you haven’t ditched the Grossly Obtuse Prevaricators, or perhaps some kind of maso thing?

          Cassandra (of Troy)

    • Again, No. Obama was DOWN 10 MILLION VOTES FROM ’08. Should’ve been an EZ win for the Grand Old Pedophiles. But, after 6 straight corporate-socialist prez nominees, they just could not fool enough White, HardRight gun-owners to hand over a vote. Note that gun-grabber Mitt came in 2 million less than even McCain who was, not coincidentally, good on this one issue. Faux-conservative Romney would have thrown a wet blanket over the Right….Now, thanks to Obama, the gift who just keeps on giving, White Conservatives have no place to go but farther and farther Right. Polarization. It’s what makes for Civil War.

  5. robroysimmons

    May we kind folk take the Blank Slate Theory out back of the barn and shoot it dead? It was leftist agitprop anyway. The Benneton tribe doesn’t even exist in Hollywood.

  6. Shoot the Democrats AND the Republicans, that’s the only way to win this. Then start over.

    You’ve got my vote.

    • Dirty Modified

      I know of a politically active “party” that did start shooting people, and it turned out pretty well for them.

    • So what the hell do YOU really want to do, Aesop?

      All you ever do is argue the opposite of whatever anyone else has to say. You come down everywhere but in any sort of agreement with anyone else. And don’t give me another list of the errors and limitations of everyone else’s ideas. Just a simple declarative statement (less than 10k words) of purpose for the preservation of the very idea Liberty and its actualization in everyday life.

      Tall order, I know, but should be no step for a dancer like you.

      • “And don’t give me another list of the errors and limitations of everyone else’s ideas….”

        Which is exactly what you did.

        “Just a simple declarative statement (less than 10k words) of purpose for the preservation of the very idea Liberty and its actualization in everyday life.”

        Which you did not. See first line, above.

        Florid, adjective bestrewn hyperbole and lurid invective and a good vocabulary do not a prescription for Liberty make. I continue to be disappointed in my quest to gentle the raging Aesop… or to get a straight answer to a simple question.

        Come now, tell me again how that’s all due to my flawed understanding.

        ” I think under your constraints I’ve only got 9,813 words remaining.}”

        I’m rethinking that one. 9k more such as is typical of you and I doubt there would be a reader left. I’m pretty sure you’ve already used up that quota hereabouts in the last week alone. 9k words or 900k, if you run to form you’ll only be repeating yourself, in tone and intent if not in detail.

        We know where you stand… far apart from and in the greatest contempt for the rest of us. Such a waste of a great talent for writing and a considerable gift for analysis.

        Don’t turn that fierce gaze and towering rage inward… you might turn yourself into stone.

        • “Such a waste of a great talent for writing and a considerable gift for analysis.”

          Pretty good analysis itself! Here’s the whole ball o’ wax…

          “Don’t turn that fierce gaze and towering rage inward… you might turn yourself into stone.”

          Now dig…I’m offering just a single FACT, not its implications nor any beliefs or opinions about it. This FACT—

          It is IMPOSSIBLE not to turn our memories and experiences inward. If we are functional humans, then our memory banks STORE every drop of what we experience AND every drop of our judgments, choices and actions.

          A lot of identifications and clues flow from that fact, including (some) explanations for when we aren’t consciously aware of those experiences and judgments, as well as what the essence is, of happiness and splendor.

          Happy Thanksgiving to you .06, and all. Thanks for tolerating some philosophy in between the rounds; I think I need more rounds in between the philosophy.

          • “It is IMPOSSIBLE not to turn our memories and experiences inward.”

            JK, you may use my devices for your own purposes, I am not offended, but you must know what I intended by my remark. To be clear, it was a call to Aesop to inspect the beam in his own eye, not that I think him likely to do so, and a warning as to the effects.

            As I think you know very well.

          • “Happy Thanksgiving to you .06, and all. Thanks for tolerating some philosophy in between the rounds; I think I need more rounds in between the philosophy.”

            Thanks, Jim, and right back to you.

            I’m very sorry, really, to say that rounds will count for far more than philosophy sooner than later.

        • Cassandra (of Troy)

          oughtsix/21Nov12@22:20,

          “Florid……make.”

          Thanks a lot, 06, here I am thinking we’re okay & you say something like that. So much for your probity pose, ya duplicitous SOB ya!

          “Such a waste of a great talent for writing and a considerable gift for analysis.”

          Damn, ya just keep piling it on don’t ya. You’re a rotten person, 06, God don’t like people like that & especially when they claim to be followers of His son!

          Boy I tell ya, some people.

          A very disappointed
          Cassandra (of Troy)

        • “I save my contempt for the contemptible and my ridicule for the ridiculous.”

          Newsflash…that’s not the problem. The problem is that you offer nothing BUT ridicule and contempt. It’s rather akin–though far more foolish–than the problem facing nearly everyone who knows what’s going on, but doesn’t know what to do about it.

          Like you, they spend all their time rehashing what they’re against, and virtually no time deciding what they’re for. No wonder the Bad Guys just move forward as if there’s nothing to worry about. The way it stands currently for them, there isn’t.

          Happily, things can change. USE that damn mind, willya?

          • “If everyone so keen to start slittling throats would start with their own, the confusion factor would settle in short order.”

            Uh, no. See, you miss the point—THAT’S NOT THE PROBLEM. That doesn’t mean you’re wrong about this—nobody’s gonna slit the throats of of 100 million looters and moochers, so that’s an unacheivable plan, even if it accomplished the goal, which it so happens it wouldn’t anyway.

            See if you can follow this: The problem is the problem. The problem is NOT those who are emotionally driven to want to rid our society of looting, mooching scum. The problem is the looting and mooching scum, duh.

            You’re so busy knocking everyone else that you’ve taken your eye well off the picture. That’s why you’re yapping about voting being the way to get us out of this, even as it’s EXACTLY what got us into it. While those who are fancifully thinking that eliminating the looting mooching scum are admittedly working with an unrealistic plan, at least they understand what the goal is, in principle if not in detail. Effectively you are sitting in the corner whining, “There are no workable plans, so the goal doesn’t matter. So let’s just keep doin’ what we’ve been doin’.” The problem is, if we keep doin’ what we’ve been doin’, every human on Earth dies, well before their time.

            • alan w. mullenax

              Mr. Klein, there are cerftain people I would want to have around.

              While I may not agree with everything you say, your ability to analyze and put in to words has my respect.

              If you ever need help, you call me.

            • That’s very kind, Alan. You should know that even wild selfish egoists like myself, have a surprisingly strong tendency to help others. See, we think we’re worth so much, that we figure lots of other people are too!

              Point being, consider that offer a two-way street, such as I am able. I’ve known for a long time that we’re just two old farts who are steamin’ hot that so much of what we believed when we were (much) younger, turns out to be complete bullshit.

              “Won’t get fooled again,” eh?

        • “I save my contempt for the contemptible and my ridicule for the ridiculous.”

          You have spared not a scintilla of your sanctimonious contempt and ridicule, staining these pages like black mold, distracting, deflecting and diluting the sincere and honest efforts of better men than yourself, trying as they might to reach out to you, deceived by your clever conceits and in hope of claiming your abilities as assets rather than irritants.

          “It’s just a little hard to hear your faux indignation from the moral high ground over the smell of the swamp you’re standing in.”

          There is nothing faux about my indignation. See above.

          What swamp is that, you shriveled spawn of a cesspit? One with so little regard for civility and so mired in fetid, corrupt contempt for everyone else has no place to stand, except alone.

  7. Derb – and Aesop – can take their “Conservative Pessimism” and shove it. The future’s so bright, I gotta wear shades.

  8. Cassandra (of Troy)

    One Englishman’s irked that Americans returned the Emperor to the throne & what that means about America, then there’s this guy.:

    Why Obama is Good for England

    http://takimag.com/article/why_obama_is_good_for_england_sean_gabb

    Thanks for that, Mr. Gabb, it’s refreshing to see a Limey w/ the guts to tell it the way it really is. Still, they do use the language well, “the same kidney”, hilarious, simply hilarious.

    Cassandra (of Troy)