Comedy Gold

October 11, 2011
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I kid you not. You can’t make this sh*t up. The comedy writes itself.

Ace at AOSHQ flags up this tragic 99 Percenter, of whom he says:

This Confused Woman… is mostly complaining that 35% of her salary is going towards taxes.

So what does she demand? “We need help…,” and she seems to mean “from the government.”

A gallon of irony spilled but not a drop splashed upon her.

She wants relief from the 15% of her salary that goes to the student loan but is cool with the 35% that goes to taxes. I guess there was no math in the comparative literature curriculum.

I thought I had seen the ultimate in ironic hypocrisy when I wrote about Russia Today quoting George Soros on the trials and tribulations of the downtrodden  #Occupy[yournamehere] protestors but now Drudge has links to these:

Kanye West self parody #1:

Today is the day Kanye went on down to join the 99% (of which he’s not a part, despite having taken out loans recently) at Occupy Wall Street. He wore plaid. Givenchy plaid.

The rapper paired his $355 shirt with what we believe are Balmain jeans, as well as man bracelets and the Yeezy-not-Weezy necklace he debuted at his Paris fashion show. The internet also reports Kanye was sporting a gold grill, but we know those are just his (permanent) gold and diamond crowns.

Kanye West self parody #2:

Everyone’s favorite petulant rapper and producer — he of Lanvin, many necklaces, and the mutilated Maybach — made a pilgrimage with demonstration regular Russell Simmons today to see how the other 99 percent lives. No word yet on whether or not he’s covering Radiohead songs, or even performing at all, but we’ve seen him go without beats before. Then again, maybe that drum circle has a purpose after all.

Message to the #O[ynh] crowd. Dog, these fools may preach solidarity wit you, but they ain’t down wit you, dig? They ain’t wit the struggle. They playin’ you, cuz.

Which is the bigger fool, the fool who believes in fools or the fool himself?

This would be funny if the votes of these sad adult children didn’t count the same as mine.

23 Responses to Comedy Gold

  1. Steve on October 11, 2011 at 10:03 am

    “This would be funny if the votes of these sad adult children didn’t count the same as mine.”
    — Utah

    Take comfort in the certainty that each 1 of these FLEA Party kids is likely subtracting between 3 to 5 Independent voters from the Democrat Party. I say… Let those stinking liberal hypocrites keep their insanity going. Let them keep defecating on Police cars and ranting their crazy “truther” conspiracies. Let them continue to align themselves with the Democrat brand!

    …and then watch the libTurds get flushed in 2012 at every level of government

    Liberal didn’t listen to the wave election defeat they took in 2010 (the WORST defeat for liberal in over 70 Years, by the way) …and now these FLEA-baggers are going to help defeat the liberal progressive scum even further in 2012
    :twisted:

  2. Steve on October 11, 2011 at 10:13 am

    FLEA baggers
    Freeloaing
    Liberals
    Encouraging
    Anarchy

    A product of the Democrat Party and their Failed liberal progressive ideology
    :roll:

  3. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 11:07 am

    FLEA baggers

    Flea-bitten leeches,espousing arrogance

  4. kellsbells on October 11, 2011 at 12:13 pm

    I would copy/paste my naughty reply to this post here from therionorteline, but I don’t want to get a reputation:)

  5. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 12:16 pm

    how do you know she’s necessarily a liberal (perhaps the female sign is a ‘giveaway’??)? she might make a little more intelligent choices w/her $ — e.g. the 65mi daily commute (try living closer to work, perhaps rent something more modest, drive something more modest, reduce your debt, and quit eating out — $145/mo for food for a single person is easily doable and could be reduced). Could be she’s conservative but recognizes the economy sucks — especially for most young adults who bought into the false promise that economic security awaited them if they got a college degree — and wants “good” change such as ending crony-capitalism and the stranglehold that the Fed/Big Banks have on this economy at the expense of almost everyone else.

  6. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 12:19 pm

    i will grant you guys that she could be a liberal considering some of the choices she’s making via her spending — seems to imply an ‘entitlement’ mentality.

  7. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Airheaded slunt

  8. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 12:36 pm

    good Marc Faber article w/accompanying video. he even touches on the OccupyWallStreet movement and, as usual, is spot-on with his thoughts. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/marc-faber-america-listen-you-lazy-bugger-you-need-tighten-your-belts-you-need-work-more-lower- .

  9. Steve on October 11, 2011 at 12:37 pm

    but I don’t want to get a reputation
    — Kellsbells

    probbly too late for that :shock: but your comment is fitting for that liberal chick
    …The two things liberals love most about taxes:
    1.) To create new taxes for you, and
    2.) To cheat on their own taxes

  10. kellsbells on October 11, 2011 at 1:54 pm

    Why can’t she stop whining and get another job? Dang! I run around like a chicken with my head cut off! Spoiled! Gotta fly…..I’ll be back:)

  11. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    Invalid10 will not be pleased ~~~then again perhaps he will.

  12. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 2:14 pm

    Attila — your point is?

  13. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 2:53 pm

    The obvious:

    WASHINGTON – A commentator on the Russian government-funded television news network RT boasted of a $1 million “money bomb” on behalf of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.

    Kill a commie for mommy. ronnie boy takes commie money.

  14. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 2:55 pm

    But contributions from RT, which observers say is tied to Russia’s intelligence services, would raise legal questions. The Russian media outlet is a foreign entity and, in effect, an instrument of the Russian government. Support for Paul from RT is due to the congressman’s opposition to U.S. involvement in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    ron paul===quisling

  15. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 3:00 pm

    attilla,

    i understand your logic, but I think it is off base.

    do you realize there are prominent, non-multinational-corporate-owned US citizens (e.g. Gerald Celente, Peter Schiff) who are going on RT because RT is more interested in hearing the truth than most of the corporate-owned MSM outlets based in the US (e.g. GE ) ?

    Also, what is your response to multi-national corporations funding RINO candidate coffers??? Do you think the execs of these corporations are looking out first and foremost for the interests of the US citizen?

  16. Berlet98 on October 11, 2011 at 3:01 pm

    Obama’s Zuccotti Gamble

    Perhaps feeling they have little to lose at this stage of his failed presidency, Barack Hussein Obama and his band of merry mutilators of the American Dream have decided to risk everything and throw their lot in with the people who most closely represent the president’s political and social philosophies.

    No, it’s not the labor unions whose support is in the bag as long as this administration endorses salary and benefits in lieu of fiscal sanity. No, it’s not African-Americans who though outwardly disenchanted with the president will still cast over 70% of their ballots for him next year. And no, it’s not his other core constituencies, the homosexuals, hispanics, Jews, and the Wall Street moneybaggers.

    Obama knows that gays are still giddy over the repeal of DADT, hispanics are aware his failure to put legalizing illegals on the front burner is a ploy to be remedied in his second term, many Jews think he doesn’t really hate Israel, and that enough of the people he called “fat cats” will open their fat wallets sufficiently wide to enable him to fill his billion dollar campaign war chest.

    Still, the Dems are taking a terrific gamble.

    It may be that the dogmatic Obama and his ideologically-driven advisers are so consumed by their arrogant sense of Alinskyite superiority that they have been blinded to the folly of offering tacit approval and advocating for the nihilism of America’s nouveau hippies, the twenty-first century’s version of Woodstock, the so-called “Occupy Wall Street” crowd.

    Dems are so confused over the protestors that pols such as Vice President Biden have compared them to the conservative Tea Party movement. Such a comparison only holds water if they somehow see similarities between the slovenly, insurrectionist, nihilistic Occupiers and the clean, respectful, patriotic Tea Partiers who wave American flags while the protestors wave dirty underwear.

    Nevertheless, I hope the Obamians hang in there with their support. Their backing of the anarchic groups who have infested Zuccotti Park in New York City for weeks and their compatriots throughout the country is a virtual endorsement of next year’s Republican ticket.

    Tuesday’s march movin’ on uptown to the deluxe pads of the rich in the sky won’t get them a piece of George Jefferson’s pie but should provide further insight into the extremist motives of the protestors and another boost to GOP prospects.

    To be sure, the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators have some valid gripes; no society is perfect and any conscious human being has at least a few complaints, valid grievances over something or other. In a democratic republic, bellyaching is properly addressed at the ballot box.

    The illegitimacy of the Occupiers’ complaints is best illustrated . . .
    (Read more at http://www.genelalor.com/blog1/?p=5696.)

  17. html police on October 11, 2011 at 3:30 pm

    dude, you’ve got to learn how to link.

  18. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 4:15 pm

    RT is more interested in hearing the truth than most of the corporate-owned MSM outlets based in the US (e.g. GE ) ?

    RT==an arm of soviet propoganda.

  19. kellsbells on October 11, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    @ Berl: “bellyaching is properly addressed at the ballot box.” And there you have it.
    @ Attila: You think Paul can be bought, politically? He doesn’t come across that way to me. Now, just out of curiousity, if you were running and an organization that you didn’t agree with donated to your campaign; what would you do?

  20. ATTILA on October 11, 2011 at 5:23 pm

    @ Attila: You think Paul can be bought, politically? He doesn’t come across that way to me.

    No, but those contributions are being given to promote he who the soviets think would be the easiest for obammer to beat.
    Tainteed funds should be refeused, If a GOP er took money fron the KKK they would never hear the end of it.

  21. cujo on October 11, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    GE/MSNBC == an arm of the IMF/TrilateralCommision/BigBanks/NewWorldOrder. Those that want to bring about one world government.

    The easiest GOP candidate for Obama to beat is RINO. That’s exactly who the groups above want to be the candidate so that win or lose to Obama, that candidate will likely do their bidding and continue failed policies that will keep these groups solvent and powerful.

  22. rplat on October 12, 2011 at 4:26 am

    These irresponsible, whiny slugs are as shallow as a saucer. The spoiled brats actually want other hard working Americans to pay their bills and give them more than they earn. The fools are from the same mold as the 60s and 70s hippies that stunk up our streets with their idiocy.

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