Friday, May 15, 2015

Governing, Conservative Style!

You say you're a Low Information Voter and you want to know which party governs the best?

You've been confused because the Cons have vilified that Black Guy over and over again and you don't know what's important anymore...

...and you want to know who to vote for and don't know where to find out which Party is the best?

Let's take a look and see, first with one of the Red States...

...then a little peek at the GOP's take on repairing our infrastructure as opposed to taxing our billionaires.

Naturally, since the GOP won both Houses, they're anxious to prove how well they govern...

...although half the time that Low Information Voter doesn't really care.

But getting back to how Conservatives govern, you have to understand their ideology, because it leads to this...

...and this...

...and especially this, because it's all about class warfare.

And why is this? Because some people have to be paid off first...

..."people" like corporations...

...because their need is more important than yours.

There are certain secrets in the corporate world...

...and there's really no such thing as a moderate Republican anyway.

But the final word on choosing between choosing the "best" Conservative Presidential candidates is that something is going to go wrong when they all claim that God told them to run.


Someone once said that Republicans investigate while Democrats legislate, but that's only the tip of the Conservative iceberg.

Because the Cons DO legislate, and when they do death and destruction lies in its wake.

Theft, murder, and lies are behind everything the Cons do or say. And there's a reason why:
Conservatism is the "political philosophy" that makes it okay to be the sole representative of the greediest and wealthiest among us, but in a participatory democracy it's not safe to say so, and the lies and hypocrisy continue unabated.
Is that enough of a reason to...

...criminalize Conservatism?

Joyce, Jnr.


''We need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets."

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele.