hypocracy (hi-pock-ruh-see) A political system controlled by an out of control media.
No matter what the documents at the National Archives say, this nation is a hypocracy. Sure, there are the many independent voters out there that can see through media B.S., and could care less about American Idol or whomever Kim Kardashian might be married to this week. These people are most likely intelligent enough to collectively buy an island in the Caribbean and start a true banana democratic republic. They just need to find each other at the many OWS gathering across the country. Then there is the rest, the people who get so involved in what’s going on in Hollywood or Nashville, or see the big cover-ups only and are blind to the inner workings of the media moguls. These are the people that are blissfully living in a hypocracy. Is there hope for them? There might be, if they stop looking at supermarket tabloids and get out of the sphere of influence that are the news networks. Not many are really willing or even ready to turn back into green, vegan hippies. It would be great to see this happen, but don’t count on it any time soon. Even if it does happen, the media would not anyone know about it. Read more...(236 words, 1 image, estimated 57 secs reading time)
Moonbat—We really don’t need another word for someone with bats in their belfry who bay at the moon but this one still has a nice ring about it. This also works great for describing the current stable of Republican candidates running for President and the media outlets that support them.
Did you know there is a swarm of moonbats zipping around the United States? They could be hanging out at your local movie theater going batty over the latest Twilight phenomenon, but the moonbats that have been getting the most attention are currently roosting above the right-wingnut guana they have created in the states of New Hampshire and Iowa. Everyday, the media moonbats reflect on every word spoken by them and even the words spoken by their more sane opponents. Even though Samhain is over, and Yuletide shopping has created temporary moonbats in many of the discount stores across the nation, this species only comes from their roost once a year, then they become normal people again. Will we be invaded by even more moonbats in the coming months until this time next year? Most likely, and don’t expect them to stay contained to the Midwest and New England. It’s open season on the moonbats, and we must do everything we can to make sure they stay out of Washington next year. Not even the Mayan Doomsday prophecies can stop the destruction the moonbats can cause. Read more...(260 words, 1 image, estimated 1:02 mins reading time)
Recently on the news we all heard about how Congress is loosing its collective brains as they had to decide if a slice of pizza was a vegetable or not. Well with a slice of pizza I see a lot of dairy and some grain and that is about it but they say that it is indeed a vegetable. Because of this they have blocked any reforms that the FDA and Agricultural Department might have been able to do with the school lunch programs. They have legislated that our kids eat as much junk as possible and just like getting jobs for America, they just don’t care about it. Read more...(1118 words, 1 image, estimated 4:28 mins reading time)
Earmarxist—A congressman or senator who adds earmarks to congressional bills.
We know they all do it, or at least most of them do, adding earmarks to bills for their state at the top level. These members of congress are best described as earmarxists, and no matter how much they deny being one, you know they can’t get away from the fact that they are one. With all the standstill, do-nothing going on on the Hill, it seems like the days of the earmarxist might soon be over, at least, until someone gets their way, and once the 2012 elections are over, a whole new crop of earmarxists will pop up, or by luck or sheer stupidity on the part of the voters, we’ll still have the same earmarxists that we currently have. If we, as voters, are lucky enough, to get some new blood up on the hill that want to movie things forward, save lives, and get our Clinton-era surpluses back, we need to find a way to make these earmarxists go. They make for great headlines at FoxNews and even better fodder for the Daily Show and MCNBC, but business as usual on the Hill has been anything but! Read more...(223 words, 1 image, estimated 54 secs reading time)
Our country has many problems that it is facing today. We have multiple wars, massive dept and a Congress that loves to do nothing other then argue with each other and focus on things that really have no bearing on the average citizen. The country is being crushed with unemployment that had not been see for decades and a financial industry that is greedy as all hell. I don’t think the gods of the underworld are near as greedy as they are. Here are just four things that if taken care of would fix much of our once great country’s woes. Read more...(1730 words, 1 image, estimated 6:55 mins reading time)