Saturday, November 26, 2016
Joy to the world! Fidel Castro’s dead! Let’s barbecue his head. What happened to his body? We flushed it down the potty. And around and around it goes. And around and around it goes. And around and around and around it goes.
Sorry about that. I couldn’t help celebrating the fact that Fidel Castro, a petty tyrant whose communist regime is responsible for countless crimes and atrocities, has finally kicked the bucket.
Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Most of you have already heard me criticize the "alt-right" before. I pretty much stand by what other people say in that "alt-right" is simply a "politically-correct" term for "neo-Nazi." That's what they are, and that's what I'll call them.
Oh, you think it's hyperbolic to call alt-right Trump supporters "neo-Nazis"? Then I suggest you watch the video below and read the article associated with it:
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Apple announced that it would be moving production of the iPhone from China to America. Already, Trump supporters are celebrating this announcement as a victory for Trump, believing that this is him helping bring back “jobs” to America as he promised.
This is BS for two reasons: first, Apple had been considering this move for some time now, so the God Emperor Don and his recent ascent had little to do with it.
Second, and most importantly, this move is hardly a good thing, as it will inevitably cause iPhone prices to more than double:
Thursday, November 10, 2016
I’m all for criticizing and protesting the president, but if you’re someone who once upon a time shared this Occupy Democrats meme about Barack Obama, calling anyone who criticizes or protests him a “traitor”, and you now find yourself criticizing and protesting Donald Trump, consider yourself the “traitor” you accused your fellow Americans of being.
Sunday, November 6, 2016
The Bogosity Podcast recently released their special election podcast in which they discuss the presidential nominees. When they discussed Gary Johnson, they actually read and shared my blog post on him. Go ahead and check it out. The part where they mention me and my blog post are at the 15:49 time mark:
Saturday, November 5, 2016
On the Florida ballot is an amendment that will allegedly protect the right of Floridians to own and use solar panels. It sounds good enough. After all, we are the Sunshine State, so why call ourselves that if we can't power our homes with sunshine?
However, like every other government proposal with “good intentions”, this amendment contains dirty details on how it will pave a road to hell for anyone who isn’t a utility company.
Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Do I even have to corroborate the statement that Michael Moore is full of s***? It’s like trying to prove that the sky is blue or that the grass is green or that Superman Vs. Batman is the worst modern superhero movie. It’s something inherently true at face value.
Recently, the anti-capitalist filmmaker whose anti-capitalist films rake in millions through the capitalist box office has been going full steam in shilling for Hillary.
According to him, not only would a Hillary presidency be a win for Democrats, but also a win for women around the world, as it would allegedly end men’s "10,000 year reign"—as though there has never been a female leader up until now!
And then he had to open his big fat mouth—not to shovel in more food, mind you!—to spout this nonsense on Twitter:
Sweet f***ing Celestia, where do I even begin with this BS?No women ever invented an atomic bomb, built a smoke stack, initiated a Holocaust, melted the polar ice caps or organized a school shooting.— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) October 29, 2016
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
(Note: this post is not directed to any specific followers. This is a general open letter to the internet and to people who oppose third parties.)
Yesterday I went to my local polling site for early voting. On my ballot, I was presented with at least three choices for president. I had no interest in voting for Trump, and I especially had no interest in voting for Hillary. So that left me with Gary Johnson—as if there was any doubt that I would vote for him!