Don’t ask where Obama’s money is coming from

October 6, 2008

That’s racist and low and you know it.  So knock it off.  If you even ask about illegal (i.e. unlawful) campaign contributions coming from non-Americans, you’re a degenerate scumbag.  Follow the link and read the comments, you degenerate scumbag.  Then you’ll know what a degenerate scumbag you are.  And also, you’ll be treated this this guy tk and and his great wisdom:

As is the fact that Palin never mentions Ayers by name. she pointedly says “domestic terrorists” conveniently conjuring up Muslim 9/11 terrorists. Check the transcripts and then ask her why she never mentions the word “Ayers” or “Vietnam protest.”. Instead she acts as if the guy is a current terrorist.

Since, y’know… it’s fine if you want to be friends with unrepentant former terrorists, even friends with unrepentant terrorists who later quit being terrorist bombers and become university professors.  Because that’s way different from being friends with a ‘current terrorist.’  And if you have a problem with that, you’re just a tool of the GOP.  You’re practically a sheep.

Also, nothing says ‘degenerate scumbag’ quite like ‘racist,’ so don’t argue against Obama’s presidency.  Don’t you want free fried chicken for everyone?  Except of course a) white people, since white people are the historical oppressors and need their cumupance… the national fried chicken supply will now be paid for by white people as a sort of brown man’s revenge!  …and b) black people, because black people eating fried chicken are just playing into racist stereotypes.

Hat tip: Ace.


Who needs standards? Standards suck.

September 27, 2008

The Department of Education in Pittsburg recently decided that 50% is now the minimum score teachers can give out.  Goodbye, 0’s for kids that don’t turn in their assignments or show up for tests.  Goodbye, grading schemes that make sense.  Goodbye, grades that accurately reflect performance.  Nobody likes you anyways.

The best part is, the DoE says it’s not a grade inflation scheme, even though the justification they give for this system is that it will raise students’ grades.  Hey, I have an idea… let’s give crack to elementary school kids so they won’t turn into crack addicts when they’re older!  BRILLIANT!!!

Obligatory debate post

September 26, 2008

Now that the first debate has come and gone, the internets are buzzing with thoughts on who won and why and whatnot.  Here’s what I notice:

  • Folks who are going to vote McCain/Palin in November say McCain won.
  • Folks who are going to vote Obama/Biden in November say Obama won.
  • Folks who are going to vote Barr/Root in November wonder why Barr wasn’t invited to the debate.
  • Ditto the Barr/Root point for all other third parties.

Seeing a pattern here?  It’s almost as if everyone is saying their preferred candidate won!*  Holy crap!  Somebody call NASA!  Science has just taken place!

*Obviously, nobody voting third party is saying their preferred candidate won.  They’re more interested in getting their preffered candidate into the next debate than who won this one.