You Got This

Chicago 2012

President Obama :: and his The Choom Gang having ass … wins a second term … and promptly moves the Capital 2 Seattle.

W00t! … what a fucking relief.

Fake robots don’t care about the politics of politics :: but let’s face the facts here people … Mitt Romney is from Scamworld. That article on The Verge :: or this one on Mother Jones :: or this one on Salon :: or this crap right here on The Droid about the kid torturing assholes … barely even touch the surface of it.

It’s scary :: so scary … that they got that close to the most powerful office in the world.

But not that scary maybe … because how close was this dipshit really? He beat Michele Bachmann and Herman Cain … not Chris Christie and Mitch Daniels.

The kind of money that owns Washington chuckles condescendingly at scamworld money :: and scammers are shit organizers and shit managers and shit people … so it’s not like this was some intentional power grab by them. Just a bizarre :: Mitt related … fluke.

If this fight meant fighting directly against :: like directly fucking against … the executive power of The UNITED STATES OF AMERICA … then it was a lost fight.

But the scammers don’t own The Feds :: they just own The Utah …

… and Utah I think we can truth into fucking sobbing submission. The Syndicate mailing list is bigger than Utah for heck sake.

dot dot dot … fuck you Utah!

Back to bizness :: as NotDoctor Sean Stephenson :: whose betrayal of humanity I will never forget :: might say {after not drowning in a tub and then sinking a free throw} … we got this.

>> bleep bloop 

16 thoughts on “You Got This”

  1. I’m immensely relieved about last night’s results. I don’t have any foolish hopes and dreams and illusions, but I’m relieved. And I’ve been amused all day by the remarks on Facebook — the self-righteous declarations that we’re now really and truly hurtling headlong into socialism, and that everybody who voted for Barack is just a lazy bum who wants free stuff from the gummit. I’ve also seen the rants about how hypnotized and deluded and idiotic Obama’s supporters are.

    What’s most amusing to me is that some of the folks writing the most passionate screeds are still apparently quite hypnotized by some of the scummiest scammers in Scamworld (one such scammer being the infamous not-doc from Deutschland — who, by the way, was trying to discourage people from voting because it just gets you trapped into jury duty, and besides, all of the candidates are controlled by the New World Order). So I guess there are different ways of being hypnotized and deluded and idiotic.

    In any case, hey, I’m all for getting back to kicking Utah’s a$$. We have to pick our battles.

  2. Yes, from my Great White North perspective, it was an interesting election.

    I didn’t see Obama’s first term as being particularly stellar … particularly in his more or less allowing the Wall Street crowd to return to business as usual once the dust had settled subsequent to the not so merry 2008 Christmas for many average Joes they’d engineered while enriching themselves.

    However, avoiding the alternative with its Tea Party whackadoodle supporters … some of whom likely authoring the comments mentioned by Connie … is fine by me.

    Now, we just need to get our own whackadoodles out of government here and send them back to the “are there no prisons, are there no workhouses” 19th century where their thinking would be more in tune with the times.

  3. Regarding the election results and Obama’s performance: I’m just glad we avoided the Zomney Apocalypse.

    But seriously–you’re saying it’d be hard for the scammers to take over Washington DC because it’s already long since been taken over by the bankers, or maybe more specifically Goldman Sachs?

    Well… that’s not really heartwarming. Really, zombies would almost be better. Because zombies don’t care how rich you are, just how good your brains taste.

    Furry cows moo and decompress.

    1. @Wyrd, Agreed : it could have been a real apocalypse. The lack of humanity that Romney has is palpable.

      @SD : thanks for the link to the Rolling Stone article, there was too much truth there, and Mitt Romney would have tipped things over the edge…

      “The bank’s unprecedented reach and power have enabled it to turn all of America into a giant pump-and-dump scam, manipulating whole economic sectors for years at a time, moving the dice game as this or that market collapses, and all the time gorging itself on the unseen costs that are breaking families everywhere — high gas prices, rising consumer credit rates, half-eaten pension funds, mass layoffs, future taxes to pay off bailouts. All that money that you’re losing, it’s going somewhere, and in both a literal and a figurative sense, Goldman Sachs is where it’s going: The bank is a huge, highly sophisticated engine for converting the useful, deployed wealth of society into the least useful, most wasteful and insoluble substance on Earth — pure profit for rich individuals.

      The Feds vs. Goldman

      They achieve this using the same playbook over and over again. The formula is relatively simple: Goldman positions itself in the middle of a speculative bubble, selling investments they know are crap. Then they hoover up vast sums from the middle and lower floors of society with the aid of a crippled and corrupt state that allows it to rewrite the rules in exchange for the relative pennies the bank throws at political patronage. Finally, when it all goes bust, leaving millions of ordinary citizens broke and starving, they begin the entire process over again, riding in to rescue us all by lending us back our own money at interest, selling themselves as men above greed, just a bunch of really smart guys keeping the wheels greased. They’ve been pulling this same stunt over and over since the 1920s — and now they’re preparing to do it again, creating what may be the biggest and most audacious bubble yet”

      1. @Random stuff,

        Taibbi rocks.
        He’s written a few very well researched and accessible books about this whole mess that we’re in, the mess that politicos think can be solved by more and more complex ‘more of the same.’

        1. @pigs trotters, Agreed – the rolling stone article was spot on. Plus thanks, good to know there he has written a fair amount – I will read more of his material.

  4. What boggles my mind is that people actually think Romney and Obama are on opposite sides of the coin

    They share the same fucking side…and until people wake up to this the scam will continue

    Please do not confuse solving problems in people lives with gaining or maintaining power

  5. We should have seen it coming . . . The Salty Droid is a liberal panty-WASTE.

    Dude, your swiped routine used to be amusing but now we get it – you’re the punk with the faggot haircut spraying graffiti on other people’s property pretending you’re Robin Hood in tights.

    Yes, the Salty Droid is one of the disaffected losers Occupying our city parks in his shit soaked undies.

    You’ve crossed the line from having something meaningful to say to becoming another self-serving loser.

  6. What? you are not happy with the “second victory of Obama”,I think he deserve that and now you should believe the fact. I’m not on his side ;) but i said so because of the facts.

    1. @hamayon,

      Reasons Why I’m wholly uninterested in your site
      1. You (apparently) thought that a link-back from this site would be a good idea.

      2. You (apparently) misapprehended the content of this article and the mission and very ethos of this site.

      3. I can’t hardly understand what you wrote. Please try to write in English that is less broken.

      4. You can’t make money online.

      5. See #4.

      Furry cows moo and decompress.

      1. @Wyrd, I think I more agree with one of Hamayon’s comment fans named Computer Repair Frederick MD:

        “I think that is one of the so much important info for me. And i’m happy reading your article. However should commentary on some common issues, The website taste is perfect, the articles is in point of fact nice : D. Excellent process, cheers.”

        1. @Jack,

          Mostly/most of the time, I’m not troubled by paranoid fantasies about the end of the world. But when I do get irrationally fearful of the future, one of the scenarios that pops into my head is the dying-with-a-wimper, spam-death-of-the-net as envisaged by Cory Doctorow in When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth.

          Every time I stumble upon a really bad chunk of writing like that aforementioned, it reminds me of that and I get a little jitter.

          Furry cows moo and decompress.

  7. This turned out depressing in hindsight.

    “call it the stupidity of the average American voter or whatever…”

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