Emmanuel Speaks

The inimitable Jeff G brings it, as only he can:

I mean, what teen in his rebellious stage isn't going to embrace the edgy cries of, "all our shower heads are uniform in pressure!", or "hell no, we won't go (to restaurants that cook with table salt)!". Why, it's just like following the Dead around the country!

Face it, Nishi. The statist scolds -- offering soulless progressivism repackaged in the language of freedom -- will only hold power so long as they can maintain the euphemisms.

And that won't last. Jon Stewart's ears are starting to sprout hair. Matt Damon is a punch line.

You are disco, is what you are. And any day now, Asia or Journey or Joan Jett will be coming around to f*** you back into a handful of cheesy dance clubs catering to Long Island hairdressers.

Be sure to take Urkel with you.


We're seeing this discontent manifest itself in the anti-statist Tea Party movement, which sprang up out of nowhere to become the most energetic political movement in a generation. The statists' attempt to paint a widespread popular movement as violent, racist radicals is as telling as it is hypocritical coming from those who seek to use Leviathan's monopoly on violence to crush every perceived social ill from behind badges and guns with a level of detail that would have made old Dzhugashvili's mustache bristle with envy.

UPDATE: The AP water-carriers do their best to earn a gov't subsidy of their own someday:

Conservative columnist Andrew Breitbart disputed accounts that tea party activists in Washington shouted racial epithets at black members of Congress amid the health care debate, although he didn't provide any evidence.

Gosh, he failed to prove a negative! I guess the AP's Michael R. Blood was expecting a notarized transcript of every word every person in the crowd uttered that day. And this is a straight news piece, my friends.

posted by Dave on 03.28.10 at 09:03 AM










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Re your update, I guess we know who Libarbarian is from Eric's thread about the lack of video evidence.

Veeshir   ·  March 28, 2010 9:59 AM

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