Monday, August 27, 2012

Jesus Don't Know Dick About Taxes


GOP Owns “You People” Term – Who are You People?

I thought I heard Rince Prebus, GOP Chairman say that hideous, look down your nose term “You People” as he made a brief appearance two minutes to officially open a delayed GOP Convention in Tampa.

You can’t be a good Republican these days without drawing the line in the sand and separating yourself from the majority, the rest of humanity, without a comforting metaphoric barbed razor wire separation from those others - "you people".

"You people", the same as the royal We?

You people, Ann Romney, queen bee of the Romney Hive has used it to berate journalists who would dare, deign to ask for the Romney Tax Mess to examine.

You people, the favorite phrase of ministers from the pulpit.  Catholic ones, especially Important Ones like Laughing Cow Timmy Dolan.

You people, minorities, women, mixed breeds, non-white homo sapiens?

They say this wave of GOP people, the “real” people, like Rince Prebus, Paul Ryan, Scot Walker, the Koch Brothers all came out of the forests like in Wisconsin.

While the South has had the historic hold on the inbred, incest thing since before the Civil War, I guess incest, inbreeding to keep the race pure, and the like has worked its way all up the Mississippi – trickle down genetics – and they know they are different and weird and they are hiding behind the “You People” put down to keep the strangers away from closely looking at those Wisconsin and Detroit Birth Certificates etc.

(like how many stepmoms, next of kin, listed in the Detroit hospital records?)

Who would a thought that the Tea Bagger Tea Party was so inbred behind that pure white mask of superiority? The Tea Party Republicans that would throw the country over a cliff rather than have new blood and intelligence welcomed into the modern American Town Square?


something - beatles


Monday, August 20, 2012

"Bottoms Up" - Christian Montone

"Bottoms Up"
11" x 14" (2012)
Ink & Watercrayon 
On Mounted Splatter Collage

Christian Montone

Friday, August 17, 2012

Rage Against the Machine – Bulls on Parade - Paul Ryan in “Wonderland”

Paul Ryan “likes” Rage Against the Machine music.  Doesn’t understand the lyrics.  One of those chosen privileged few in America that can tip toe through life and not give a shit or understand let alone touch humanity.

"Bulls on Parade" addresses the American military-industrial complex, a situation in which industry (the arms industry, primarily) urges government to take military action, with the intent of obtaining military contracts, to thereby increase its revenue. The idiom "bulls on parade" refers to a bull market. The symbol may also mean the muscularity of American responses to complex problems, acting more like bulls showing off with violence rather than pursuing diplomatic means. Also the verse, "They rally around the family, with a pocket full of shells" could refer to the composer's belief that American politicians in both parties represent the family as an integral part of their policies, but in actuality they use this as a "scarecrow" tactic because they really have pockets full of ammo ("shells") catering to the military-industrial complex. --- Wikipedia


Come with it now 
Come with it now 

The microphone explodes, shattering the molds 
Ya either drop tha hits like de la O or get the fuck off the commode 
With the sure shot, sure to make the bodies drop 
Drop and don't copy yo, don't call this a co-opt 
Terror rains drenchin', quenchin' the thirst of the power drones 
That five sided fist-a-gon 
The rotten sore on the face of mother earth gets bigger 
Tha triggers cold empty your purse 

They rally round the family 
With a pocket full of shells 
[ Lyrics from: ] 
Weapons not food, not homes, not shoes 
Not need, just feed the war cannibal animal 
I walk the corner to the rubble that used to be a library 
Line up to the mind cemetary, now 
What we don't know keeps the contracts alive an movin' 
They don't gotta burn tha books they just remove 'em 
While arms warehouses fill as quick as the cells 
Rally round tha family, pocket full of shells 

Rally round the family 
With a pocket full of shells 

They rally round the family 
With a pocket full of shells 

Bulls on parade 

Come with it now 
Come with it now 


Saturday, August 11, 2012

Paul Ryan – Cafeteria (pick and choose) Catholic Dogmatist – Radical Right Wing Social Engineer

"I suppose that there are some Catholics who’ve for a long time thought they had a monopoly of sorts not exactly on heaven but on the Social Teaching of our church. Of course there can be differences among faithful Catholics on this.  The work I do as a Catholic holding office,  conforms to the Social Doctrine as best I can make of it.  What I have to say on the Social Doctrine of the church, is from the viewpoint of (a) Catholic in politics, applying my understanding to the problems of the day."

(speech at Georgetown University on April 26, 2012, Paul Ryan responded to near-universal Catholic critique of his budget)