Friday, February 25, 2011

"I'll Fuck You In the Ass, You Faggot!"


Someone has issues. You need to sit through a load of bad union boilerplate before you get to that quote, so be patient, and try to hold your lunch down.

By the way, if you actually did make good on your threat and fuck another man in the ass, doesn't that make you a faggot, too?

I know that in the Middle East, when you fuck another man in the ass, it's just being friendly, but in this country it is customary to at least offer to take the guy to dinner, first.

Just another example of that new trend towards Lefty civility, I guess. Just as an aside, I've noticed that all the Union people in these videos seem to have an awful lot in common:

1. Morbid Obesity

2. A 6th-grade vocabulary

3. A distinct lack of obvious intelligence (even the teachers). You can tell from all the misspelled signs.

4. A propensity to immediately leap from minor disagreement to violence, or threat, thereof.

5. Raised hand/fist salutes wherever you look. Unions routinely accuse everyone of being Nazis or the next Mussolini, but somehow, they haven't lost the penchant for raucous rallies, violence, and the raised-fist salutes which were a hallmark of the radical Socialist movements of the 1920's and 30's. Only then, they called it "the anti-Fascist' salute', it is a curious gesture which has been attached to every Left-wing cause (often with modification) for the last century. The typical union muster for one of these protests often looks and feels like a Nuremberg Rally, only with more cholesterol, muffin tops, and back fat.

6. You wouldn't fuck any of the chicks there with a stolen dick. Also, there seems to be an awful lot of hippies at these events. I don't know if that's the Left-leaning organizations sending people to fill out the crowds for the benefit of the cameras or not, but a lot of them appear a little long in the tooth to be the typical dopey college kids dragooned for this mission. Conclusion: there's a lot of 1960's retreads in the unions, and most of them are probably still smoking pot.

7. It's the 21st Century. Why all the recycled 1920's-era Socialist rhetoric? Oh right -- the American Labor Unions are the bastard children of Lenin. I forgot. All of these rallies use the same, outdated, language, harkening back to the Dickensian image of the early Industrial Revolution. Which is funny, because when Lenin was read A Christmas Carol. on his deathbed, he hated it, calling it "sentimental bourgeois rubbish." Well, it's only natural to expect that the creator of a Political stupidity so pronounced that it's biggest adherents were always the Peasant Classes (the envious, the ill-educated, and therefore, easily-led) to hate Christmas and crippled children.

If you were under the impression that your typical Union Worker was a regular Joe, just like you and I, who has a modicum of intelligence about him, take a look at this, and listen carefully for this nugget of Labor Wisdom casually thrown in between all the gratuitous racism and mindless ranting:

"You're an entrepreneur, so you don't work...".

And if there were no entrepreneurs, neither would you, Dipshit!

Now you know why Civil Service Exams need to be written so that a 3rd grader can pass them, and why the government (Federal, State or Municipal) never calls those with the perfect scores first with a job offer -- they need to gainfully employ the mouth-breathing idiots first, because otherwise they would simply waddle around aimlessly, engage in senseless violence, and beget legions of retarded children who will probably never be gainfully employed without a Union, themselves.

Government caters to the lowest common denominator in all things because that's where the votes and money are, naturally. Why should anyone be surprised that some guy who passed the Postal Exam with a 62 gets called before the guy with the 100? The answer: because the guy with the perfect score probably isn't a mental defective this-close to going on a killing spree without a steady paycheck. He has options, you know. These people aren't so much workers as they are the seething barbarians of America with a very short fuse. It's cheaper to pay them more than they're worth, and steal their votes, than it is to institutionalize or euthanize them. The Romans thought that way, too. Much to their later distress.

Or, at least it was cheaper, Once Upon a Time.

Professor Hanson explains it all; it's the adolescent mindset. That's what we see on television every night; not people 'fighting' for their rights, or demanding to keep the overly-generous benefits they get; they're throwing a tantrum because they've been told "NO!".

Those people in the streets of Madison are not The Backbone of America. If they were, I'd probably be packing for greener pastures right about now.

1 comment:

INSANE ASYLUM said...

Dude, you're on fire! You make it hard to even comment on your posts because you're so damn thorough.

Keep 'em coming