So, I hear around town that the dumb people have nominated Donald Trump as their party’s candidate.
Ha ha ha. Those dummies. Those foolish uneducated dummies. Those stupid sons and daughters of rednecks who grew up poor and went into the military instead of having their tuitions paid at UW or Evergreen or some other good white person institution of higher homogenous diversification which is filled to the brim with ex-patriots from lilly-white affluent suburbs.
Those stupid McStupidsters. When will they learn? When will they wise up? Big dummies. Hey dummies! Yeah, you … dummies. You’re dummies. Ya dumb dummies.
Continue reading Stupid vs. Evil, Round eh I Lost Count
Isn’t it great?
Isn’t it great to be one of the herd? Moo’ing in unison, bathing in the affirmations and attaboys of millions of your peers?
Why it’s positively intoxicating!
OHMYGOD there’s even a hashtag. There’s always a hashtag. This time, it’s #lovewins
How beautiful. Doesn’t that make you feel good? Love winning? Love overcoming all barriers placed before it, and emerging victorious! GOD feel those neurotransmitters plugging in and giving you the warm and fuzzies. That right there is why they don’t want you to do drugs. If you get that feeling from anywhere else, you might be
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This week, the Seattle Police Department repeatedly removed low-income and homeless campers from their adopted spot next to the I-5 express lanes, just off of Pike Street.
This is a strip of land in an area in which nobody lives, walks, nor does anything. Much like rude-yet-perfectly-legal comments, however, the site of poor people upsets the demographic to which Mayor Ed Murray repeatedly panders, which means that the poor people must go.
And so they did. A group of nearly a dozen cops walked up and down this strip of land, searching each tent, then kicking out the occupants.
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Seattle Mayor Ed Murray on Saturday announced his decision to prohibit the use of city funds for travel by all city employees on city business to the State of Indiana after the passage of S.B. 101.
The new law, which was signed by Governor Pence on Thursday, has the potential to legalize discrimination against LGBT people and others based on religious beliefs, a press release from Murray said.
“Seattleites know that discrimination has no place in our City – that’s just equality ‘101’,” said Ed Murray.
More than a dozen states this year are considering measures aimed at preventing
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Well, you won.
Initiative 594, the one that requires mostly-proletariat gun owners to register with the ruling-class. With overwhelming support coming from our wealthiest, most highly-educated districts, passed in the State of Washington 60% to 40%.
Nearly all rich Washingtonians voted in favor, but why did so many out-of-state multi-millionaires support Washington Bill I-594, though? Didn’t they spend an awful lot of money to influence legislation in a state they don’t even live in? Why would they do such a thing?
Do they really just care that much about the safety of the common man?
Continue reading Washington Initiative 594: A Rare Win for the Wealthy
Just before 5pm yesterday, I spotted a small protest march making its way up Pike Street.
As they got closer, I could see that they were protesting the state of law enforcement in the USA. They were a diverse mix of protestors, black, white, hipster, suburbanite, middle-eastern, and I was very heartened to see that … even in the absence of a media circus … a small group of people still took time out of their day to stand behind their positions.
I stopped, held out an outstretched thumb pointing upward, and nodded approvingly to each passing protestor. It
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The phony liberals on the Seattle City Council are once again showing the voters what gullible, idiotic, pretentious fuckbags they are. “We are”, I should say, although nobody I vote for ever gets elected.
On Wednesday, the City Council, spurred by fraud-in-charge Mayor Ed Murray voted to raise the salary of Seattle City Light’s general manager, Jorge (pronounced “Whore, Hey!”) Carrasco, from $250,000/year to $364,000/year.
In other news, thousands of mentally ill people still call Seattle’s streets “home”. In yet another unanimous vote, the Seattle City Council voted to “give the stupid retards nothing”, while publicly pretending to care
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Last week, Mayor Ed Murray revealed his plan for a $15/hour minimum wage. The wage increase would be phased in over 3-7 years, depending on business size, and health benefits and tips could be taken into account before that time. Local real estate developers are already licking their chops over this proposal.
Fellow Seattleites, it’s time to cut the shit. For once in our lives, it’s time to drop the charade and just be honest …
Nobody in this town cares about poor people.
Have you any idea the immense wealth that lives and works within 1 mile of
Continue reading Mayor Ed Murray’s Proposal for a $15 Minimum Wage
Remember, folks, they are also overwhelmingly Democrats. Democrats who care about gays, women, blacks, immigrants, and the plight of the working poor. Democrats who are tirelessly supported by affluent college professors, affluent college students, and the affluent media which caters to them … including such “alternative” outlets as The Stranger, Seattle Weekly, and every other Seattle-based blog and website on the Internet.
Yes, they care. No, really, I’m serious, they care about all of those diverse groups of people more than their own demographic because they are completely selfless people. That’s right, benevolent angels sent down from heaven
Continue reading In Related News, The Seattle Times Finds Grass to be “Green”
Well what do you know. She won. She actually won.
Frankly, I take the credit.
Just days after I wrote an article about her, Kshama Sawant became the first socialist to be elected in Seattle in 100 years.
Read it and weep:
Now, I know what you’re thinking: Is it possible that I swayed just one, two, three votes, or enough to push her over the top?
Hell yes it’s possible.
In fact, I would say it’s probable.
Okay, it’s possible. Barely. But still, possible.
So, Ms. Sawant, you’re welcome. Just remember who got you here when
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