Sunday, May 31, 2015

How Bad Can Conservatism Be, Anyway?

If you've ever been tempted to vote for a Conservative because you liked him but everyone else warned you that Conservatism is bad for you AND your country, why should that hold you back from exercising your right to vote?

Let's take a short peek into some of the ways that Conservatism has helped our country, like this study:

"A New Report Proves Republican Governed Red States Are Economic Parasites."


"By now only comatose Americans or fools dependent on Fox News for their information, are aware that states that consistently vote Republican and against their own best interest suck more money from the federal government than Democratic states. It leads one to marvel at the relevance of George Carlin’s saying 'never underestimate the power, or danger, of stupid people in large groups.' Residents in red states across the nation are already suffering from Republican policies that are raping the economic life out of the people, and in most cases the only thing keeping the people, particularly the poor people, from starvation and ill-health is the federal government; the entity they hate with religious fervor and elect Republicans to eviscerate.

"Now, yet another report reveals that those same red state Republican voters who want the federal government cut to shreds are leeching substantially more assets from the federal government they want destroyed at the expense of blue states that are supporting them. This time the report is not from a liberal-leaning think tank, or any government agency; it is from a commercial organization with no political or economic stake in the study’s results. If this were the first report of its kind showing red state economies would wither and die, and the people would starve, without leaching federal funding from blue states, one may be inclined to dismiss it as an aberration. However, study after study has consistently  exposed anti-federal government Republican states as being incredibly dependent on the federal government they hate with religious passion and just voted for Republicans to fulfill their wishes and decimate it. Never, never ever, underestimate the power of stupid Republican voters in red states who are a Presidential veto away from seeing their evil dream reach fruition..."

That's a pretty telling indictment and maybe we should just focus on one of the Red States that stands by their guns first...


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"Texas seems to never have been able to get over the fact that it was once a sovereign state, and it doesn’t take too kindly to the gov-mint doing perfectly legal military exercises within its borders. (See Jade Helm.) But while some fat white guy in a gigantic cowboy hat would like you to think Texas wears rugged individualism on its sleeve, it actually wears a big old government assistance tattoo.

"Okay, so maybe Texas used to be a bastion of rugged individualism–or at least it used to pay more in federal taxes than it received in federal spending. For example, DallasNews points out that Texas used to receive '90 cent or less for every dollar its residents and businesses sent to Washington.' However, it’s now a big fat taker that gobbles up more federal dollars than Rush Limbaugh gobbles up codeine. In fact, the DallasNews article points out that, in six of the past eight years, including the entire tenure of President Barack Obama, Texans got more out of the federal Treasury than they put in.

"The federal government spent about $9,000 per Texan in 2010. The state spent $2,200 — one of the lowest outlays in the country, according to the National Association of State Budget Officers. 
"If not for federal money, there just wouldn’t be much provided at all in some public services, and it’s pretty low to begin with, said Eva De Luna Castro, a budget analyst for the Center for Public Policy Priorities in Austin, which advocates for poor and middle-income Texans. We’re at the mercy of whatever happens in D.C. (DallasNews)"

"So much for ‘don’t tread on me,’ huh? The idea that Texas has benefited the most during the Obama years, and continues to do so in the wake of massive flooding, should hopefully kill the 'do as I say, not as I do' teabagged hypocrisy once and for all. But with the 2016 insane clown posse getting bigger and wider (and dumber) by the day, there’s very little chance of that ever happening..."

...and now we'll take a look at how GOOD Conservatism can be, like this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and this...

...and of course, this:

Here is all you have to do to be a "good" Conservative:

AND just to perk your interest, it's all in the name of "limited government!"


The Conservative "movement" is even worse than we can imagine.

Misery, theft, and death are the hallmarks of Conservatism and rather than a "movement," we need to call Conservatism what it is: A criminal cartel hell-bent on rubbing out the Constitution by replacing it with a New American Age of Feudalism.

Conservatism is criminal AND anti-American and it's way past time to...

...criminalize Conservatism.

Joyce, Jnr.


"The ACLU is to Christians what the American Nazi party is to Jews."

Jerry Falwell.


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