Friday, November 14, 2008

News Flash: American Tax Payers Taking it up the Ass

Ok , so it's not really news, we have been being raped by our own government for years. I suspect there are other countries where the same thing goes on, it just strikes me as odd that the American public seems to be just fine with the way things are going. You think they'd be out in the streets, burning neighborhoods, tipping over cars, and destroying everything in their path. Wonder what the government has told them not to report about this? One thing to hide the fact McCain’s running mate can’t find her ass with her hands, quite another to use a smokescreen to keep the American people ignorant. Think about it, wealthy CEOs tap into taxpayer money so they can continue their rich and famous lifestyle, Auto Makers still believe building huge luxury cars is a great idea and that 24 miles to the gallon is phenomenal and are now lined up to get their cut of the tax bailout. Oh and don’t forget off-shoring most of the manufacturing to countries where they can rape and pillage a new group of exploitable people. They can bend the Chinese worker over a lot cheaper than they can an American worker and really get by on the cheap - that will really increase their bottom line, no matter that unemployment rates are spiraling out of control and American Citizens are being tossed out on the streets by the very banks that are now making free with their tax dollars.

By the way, if Ms. Pelosi gets her way and the auto makers get their money (it is inevitable as guess who some of the biggest contributors to Pelosi and the rest of the snake-lickers we call representatives are) it will be Chrysler’s second time at the taxpayer trough.

In fact these businesses deserve to go under. Rough for the American worker, but until we have a culture change where we punish those that mismanage, hold CEOs and government officials dishing out our hard earned money to avaricious banks accountable, and for the love of whatever deity you hold dear, have a coherent workable plan in place before you just turn the money over to these vipers.

And where is this devil-be damned Hydrogen car??? Why don’t the American companies develop one, hiring American workers to start building prototypes and pushing for cheaper production methods so we can get the cars on the road – we’ll need to light a fire under big oil so they quit whining about more drilling and produce the hydrogen (they already have that industry in their back pocket) and turn from building cement mixer sized SUVs to alternative energy type cars. This could be just what America needs, as long as the jobs to produce wind generators, solar panels, and develop ideas yet to be though aren’t off shored so some shit head CEO can continue to live La Vida Loca.No worries though, the Japanese already have a viable hydrogen car they have gifted some of the rich and famous of Hollywood with. Scooped by the Japanese again boys, good job, now get back to pumping out those Escalades!! Make sure if you ever write your congressman to ask him how many cars the US ships to Japan - free trade my ass.

If all this fails and things aren’t fixed soon, it may be time for the American people to rise up, drag their representative out of his or her seat and use the politicians to decorate the light poles around Washington D.C.



At 1:17 PM, Blogger /t. said...

babylon, baby


At 2:17 PM, Blogger Little Lamb said...

It's just not fair.

At 7:36 PM, Blogger foam said...

the american people are fine with the ways things are going because "it's unpatriotic to be critical" ...
it's patriotic to like it as is ..

At 4:30 AM, Blogger Jewels said...

I have to admit, unless your job requires you to own one of those "cement mixer sized" SUV or pickup truck, I don't understand why average folks would need one. Seriously, you get, what, 2 miles to the gallon?

And I don't know how it is in America, but here, I almost always see these angry little house-wives with 3 screaming little banshees in the back, with the look of 'I'm going to kill the next SOB who asks me "are we there yet?"' and just cut you off, regardless of whether you had the right of way or not. People seem to forget that a vehicle is, in fact, a weapon, and drive as if any and all laws applied to anyone else but themselves. They're friggin' dangerous! ... And scary! :(

I is scared!

And yeah, I like your tag. ;)

At 6:33 AM, Blogger The Phosgene Kid said...

We really need to get out shit together pretty quick here, and is it just me or do the treasury Secretary and the head of the FED look like a couple of smarmy bastards? Hope they don't turn out to be a couple more Bush cronies that used to manage horse shows. The Secretary of the Treasury was on the news saying he wouldn't apologize for switching his tack on the bailout program - what an unadulterated sack of shit that guy is.

At 6:34 AM, Blogger SJ said...

Actually most countries are like that. The news seems to indicate South Koreans are the one people who regularly take to the streets to protest against govt. policy.

At 12:51 PM, Blogger Indigo said...

indigo incarnates

You're right about the current administration -- strange that a homophobic prez makes the entire COUNTRY bend over to take it in the rear!

At 2:31 PM, Blogger Sarah Letnes said...

Grab your torch and pitchfork!

At 11:53 AM, Blogger K9 said...

yes we shouldve been in the streets refusing to do commerce. the bailout was the turning point for me in a big way. accepting this is a big green light to go ahead and take total control. im ready to roll, are you?


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