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Wall Street Flea Party: Refulgence of Infantility

by David Yeagley · October 10, 2011 · 28 Comments ·

It is abundantly clear. The “Occupy Wall Street” movement is a socio-psychological regression. It is socio-pathological. It is clarion infantile behavior.

It is often the case that aberrant, pathological behavior–when manifested through a social group or a wide-spread social setting–seems acceptable or functional. Abnormal behavior, committed groups, seems to be established as integral, fundamental, or normal.

The media, such as has evolved since 1960, has certainly had the power to sanction the unseemly. News media validates the most hideous deviance of behavior. It exaggerates, distorts, and perverts, simply by call attention to the behavior, as if it is worthy of attention.

Add to this the political process, and downright self-destruction and even murderous intent are given an important social function. In a society where everyone can vote, the lower elements always ascend. Without discretion, “equality” becomes the destruction of productivity. To idolize egalitarianism is to distort reality. Political idolators thus contribute to public misapprehension and ubiquitous frustration. Reality is a messy mix, and cannot be mended. But, in our tyranny-tending society, freedom is falsely associated with equality–and a mean materialistic equality.

If the stench of the Flea Party camped in Zuccotti Park weren’t enough to demonstrate the purely infantile behavior of these social degenerates (or, better, socio-psychologically retarded people who have never matured), then the strange and benumbing mantra-styled public discourses they have practiced should be convincing. There is something über-weird and darkly cultic about this. Have a listen to an incident at the Atlanta Flea party:

Remember, this sort of thing was manifested early (September 28) when Negro activist professor Cornel West was speaking to the infelice at Wall Street:

Of course, the rich and famous supporters made their show before things got so filthy and stinky. West of course theorizes that all human beings are part of the Flea Party. All have feces and urine to deal with. All have need of a bath. We’re all human. (Of course, he is slightly more abstract in his identifications of “we the people.”)

And so what do we make of this unprecedented ‘mantracization’ of public speech? Whence cometh the ancient antiphony? An individual calls out, the chorus repeats exactly. A leader splices out a word or two, a sentence fragment, and then the crowd repeats it exactly. What is this?

It is quite similar to the way Barry Soetoro (often referred to as “Barak Hussein Obama”) speaks. Slowly, with many pauses, so that you wait, in frustration, to hear the completion of the thought. It is precisely this element of frustration which carries the secret of the powerful effect. That effect is a kind of mind control. You wait. You listen. You mimic. You do not think, you do not reflect, and you do not contradict. You only participate. You re-experience what you are told, immediately, in public, as a group.

This is beyond infantile. This is an element in neuro-linguistic programming. Either that, or it is a new and weird application of the occult, in a most unexpected, innocent-appearing form. It is yet another cheap trick. It is another low-down marketing of Eastern religious cultism, similar to how yoga and meditation were marketed on ignorant Americans beginning in the ’60′s. Only this one is in the hotbed of political foment. This one is plugged into social change–that is, social denigration. And remember, a mantra is an incantation, a summons of ‘spirits.’ By the looks of Zuccotti Park, they are “unclean spirits.”

Yes, this could get out of hand very quickly. College youth are away from home for the first time, susceptible to all manner of deception, delusion, and other schemes manipulative adults will palm off on them as great causes, heroic feats, and historical moments. This is the Democrat way, since the 1930′s, really. This is American Communism, occultism, and even surrogate religion. This is the Democrat Party of America.

“Revolution”? Cornel West is too slick to use the true word for the occasion: rebellion. And a grossly immature, filthy, infected, and rotten one, at that. How utterly denigrating it is to those involved. How completely demeaning, destructive, and hurtful it is. Orchestrated and led by the Left. Blessed by the Democrat leaders, blessed in all their abandonment, their abject vice, filth, and slavish self-indulgence.

Nancy Pelosi invoked the blessing of God on such defilement of the human race. This is pure delusion. This is the Democrat Party.

Posted by David Yeagley · October 10, 2011 · 10:53 am CT · ·

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28 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 10, 2011 at 11:20 am   

    First, toss in the tear gas and the stun grenades to shock this yeast infected mob back into reality.

    Then, you bring in the water cannons to dispense this filth into the New York sewer system.

    If anything is left “wiggling” after all of that, then you bring in animal control.

    So shall it be written, So shall it be done.

    The Maharishi has spoken.

  • 2 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 11:25 am   

    Sex and drugs on tap, who says it’s not a political partaaay? Occupy Wall Street protesters make love as well as class war

    British papers certainly delight in exposing American shame. But, it’s only the truth. Laura Ingraham brought out a lot of this, earlier today.

    And the NewYorkPost, of course:

    Sex, drugs and hiding from the law at Wall Street protests

  • 3 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 2:10 pm   

    >>First, toss in the tear gas and the stun grenades to shock this yeast infected mob back into reality.

    Then, you bring in the water cannons to dispense this filth into the New York sewer system.

    If anything is left “wiggling” after all of that, then you bring in animal control.<<<

    And you prescribe this treatment for a bunch of loopy lefties… or for the Banksters that own the Tea Party?

  • 4 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 2:35 pm   

    WT, who owns the Tea Party? There’s nothing to own. Most local chapters I know are just middle to low-class white retirees or church-going folks. Their behavior is in no wise comparable to this Flea Party crowd. And the Republican “establishment” mocks them.

    I think that is the point to make. It doesn’t matter what the Flea Party stands for, or says it stands for, or what the media says it stands for. Flea Party behavior stands for itself.

    I like this term “bankster,” though. I’m seeing more and more often. Equivalent of crook, coercionist, extortionist, etc.

    One major, major difference: we voluntarily put our money in banks. We voluntarily invest in stocks and bonds. We voluntarily gamble on Wall Street. This is all voluntary.

    As I say of the Indian casinos, Don’t blame the Indians. It’s white people’s money being thrown away. Wall Street is a crap shoot. A sophisticated casino. Nothing more, really. It has been allowed to grow into a dominant reality factor.

  • 5 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 4:01 pm   

    A smart dog doesn’t bite the hand that feeds it, Doc. For all of their bluster against Obama and the Dems, the Tea Party never confronts the filthy treasonous vermin on Wall Street who made trillions of dollars selling America out to Communist China, and who pay next to nothing for the police and military protection our government compels us to provide for them. And don’t give me the Fannie Mae Freddie Mac line either. These Banksters found out that if they subdivided mortgages and resold them, they could make a killing. So what did they do? They started making bad loans, made a profit from re-selling them, then covered their speculation with insurance at AIG. And when their Ponzi scheme went belly up and brought down the entire economy, they were bailed out by tax payers thanks to Democrats AND Republicans. It ain’t rocket science, and comparing that to people making investments in legitimate businesses is a strawman, as is blaming Liberal social programs. That’s just cognitive dissonance in action.

    A gambler takes a risk. And investor takes a risk. These guys had no risk or consequence accruing to them because the used their money to buy a government that would never hold them accountable for their treason of their lower crimes, and force us to make good on the bad loans they made and will continue to make. No legit businessman behaves like that. Why? Because a legit businessman isn’t playing with other people’s money.

    So you tell me…. Why isn’t it the Tea Party marching on Wall Street? And why would conservatives want to put water hoses on a bunch of misguided college kids, but admire the scum sitting on the balcony?

  • 6 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 5:29 pm   

    You can’t blame the Tea Party for the criminal behavior of the Democrats in Washington. The Tea Party got some new personnel elected. The Tea Party is political and pointed, with purpose. Yes, maybe they need to expand their purpose. But, this Obama-funded public crap machine isn’t going anywhere but in New York and San Francisco. It is very, very small. Tiny. The media is exaggerating it.

    And the Wall street banksters would have nothing to waste or blow if the people hadn’t put it in their hands, voluntarily. You can’t blame the house when you lose at the table. That’s what a casino is all about. You lose. No one wins more than the house. Ever. It’s the nature of the “business.”

    I don’t know that conservatives are admiring Wall Street. They want free market, and free enterprise. They admire that. But, it’s true. The Tea Party needs to expand its scope. Their first effort was purely political, to elect different representatives–you know, the ones in DC who are supposed to control things like Wall Street–by enforcing laws.

    The Tea Party was strictly to replace the worst of the politicians. That was step one. I don’t know if they intend to do more than that this next time or not. We really don’t know their effect yet, besides changing a lot of political office personnel…

  • 7 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 5:32 pm   

    Here are some interesting posts, from the blog, FreeNorthCarolina.com

    Occupied America

    Occupy Wall Street: “You Can Have Sex with Animals”

  • 8 zephyr // Oct 10, 2011 at 6:25 pm   

    As a local Tea Party leader, let me address some of the consistent lies that are parroted by so many people who really don’t know what their local Tea Party is or does.

    We have NO CORPORATE FUNDING. We literally pass around a hat at meetings and sell merchandise at rallies for donations to fund our activities.

    If we are fortunate, a local business or individual may donate or loan some specific item. For example, we sponsor a county fair booth every year. A local company that creates professional displays loans us a backdrop. A place that creates banners donated a banner. And we have a member who owns a party rental business–he is gracious enough to cart a portable sound system and projector to every one of our monthly meetings.

    We would not be able to do any of our activities if we did not have local members helping at every step. It doesn’t get more grassroots than this.

    So, for those who want the Tea Party to take on Wall Street, consider this: Tea Party people have jobs. Tea Party people are busy paying taxes to fund indiscriminate spending at every level of government. Tea Party people have church and community obligations. Yes, that’s right, our members have always been actively engaged in every conceivable form of community service.

    But more than that, we have families. Families that are important to us–that is why most of us are in the Tea Party in the first place. And guess what? Most of our families are not totally dysfunctional–and we aim to keep it that way.

    Not one Tea Party leader or member is paid. This is yet another level of service–to our countries and our communities.

    We have to choose our battles, especially because so many Americans would rather sit in their recliners than get off their lazy butts and do something–even for themselves.

    Each group determines what it will focus on–county, state, federal, etc. There’s a whole lot of corruption going on at every level of government and, to re-phrase a liberal mantra, “it takes a village to reform a village”.

    Don’t think the Tea Party is doing enough? Want to see more happen? Then DO something–donate and volunteer. Go to http://www.teapartypatriots.org, enter your zip, and help out your local group–that is, if you want to see anything change for the better in this country. Time to put up or shut up.

  • 9 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 10, 2011 at 6:27 pm   

    “And why would conservatives want to put water hoses on a bunch of misguided college kids, but admire the scum sitting on the balcony?” WT

    Well, WT, I want to say that for the most part, these are not a bunch of “misguided college kids.” Yes, there are a bunch of radical, stinking, affirmative distraction loving, leftist loser students there. They are fornicating in public and taking dumps on cop cars. However, the real seat of the “Flea Party” movement is the Union Thugs, the racist Jesse Jerksons and Al “Sharp as a Bowling Ball” Sharptons, and of course, the HNIC, Head Negro in Charge, Brobama himself, who would like to see this erupt into total chaos so that he can declare a “national crisis,” suspend the election which he is poised to lose in a landslide, and declare martial law. This is the leftist way. Create a crisis, declare the crisis to be a threat to national security, and then respond by taking away our liberties. This is the way that the Jesuit inspired, stinking liberal, leftists in this country operate. It is right out of the Antichrist playbook.

    But, WT, let’s get realistic for a moment. You comment on the “scum in the balcony” as if they are the worse of these two evils. Let me address this a little.

    The scum in the balcony at least appear respectable in physical appearance. Though powerful and undeniably crooked, most people would side with them over a group of syphilitic trash on appearance alone. No one takes someone with feces stains on their pants very seriously.

    I would not have a problem hearing an opinion or dispute from any group so long as they were prepared to come to the table in a decent and respectable manner to be heard.

    These societal turds are no better than the excrement that is piling up around them.

    I can’t take trash like that seriously.

    I am a combat veteran and have lost friends in the fight for freedom. My friends did not die for trash like this. These turds and their awful display are worthy of every beating that a cop gives them, and they should be damn glad that they are not demonstrating on my lawn.

    So shall it be written, So shall it be done.

    The Maharishi has spoken.

  • 10 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 7:42 pm   

    Maharishi

    If the people sitting on the balcony devised trade agreements that sent American jobs to Communist China to increase already tidy profits, ( after we fought the communists in Korea and Indochina), devised financial instruments to make loans to unqualified borrowers then left us holding the bag, ( while veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan try to build a life without a decent job) imported illegals to clean their toilets and tend their golf courses and displace American construction workers ( while drug wars rage on our southern border), turned over our hard earned technological advantage to fatten the bottom line ( While China builds a Blue Water Navy),how does their over priced attire make them less repulsive than the Lefties on the street?

  • 11 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 7:49 pm   

    “…the Wall street banksters would have nothing to waste or blow if the people hadn’t put it in their hands, voluntarily. You can’t blame the house when you lose at the table.”

    The Casino trope doesn’t hold water. Business is about risk, Doc. The problem isn’t risk, the problem is they have rigged the system to the point that you assume the risk while they pocket any profit. No honest business can compete or innovate in that kind of environment and small investors get creamed while the big boys stuff their pockets. Add to that control over the government so tight that they can take your property under eminent domain, then build a casino, and you have a pretty clear picture of what confronts America and it looks a lot more like Fascism than Socialism.

  • 12 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 10, 2011 at 8:01 pm   

    WT,

    I did not say that the Wall Street gang is faultless.

    My point is that if you want to be taken seriously, you have got to come to the table in a respectable fashion. This is how its done here.

    We are not Egypt, Libya, or any of the Banana Republiks that our illustrious Dem Leaders (cough) look to for inspiration.

    If you want to be taken seriously, then bathe, put on your cleanest dirty shirt, and bring your carefully thought out grievance or plan to the public venue in a respectful way.

    I am not going to be sympathetic to a cause if its adherents are bumping uglies on my front lawn or crapping in my rose bushes. That, get’s you introduced to a Mossberg 12 guage. You see, when you act like trash, you get treated like trash.

    Sir, IMHO, I do not believe that you can see the forest for the trees. You are too idealistic to be involved in any reasonable effort to address the social ills of this country in a way that will be taken seriously. You are blowing wind, p*****g down by back, and not getting anything done. Why don’t you put up or shut up. Get out there and demonstrate with this idiots. If your’e lucky, the experience might re-calibrate your thinking. Just sayin…

    The Maharishi has spoken

  • 13 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 8:02 pm   

    zephyr

    If the Tea Party starts confronting treasonous corporations, then I’m in for a penny and a pound. But so far all I’m hearing is that 30 years of dismantling America’s economy is condensed into the election of Obama. If anyone can tell me what’s free about a market where the hyper rich make the rules up as they go along, I’m all ears. Cause I don’t think that’s what Adam Smith had in mind,

    This argument that all of these ills derive from Loopy Liberals in academia and some master plan from a bunch of Ivy League theater majors doesn’t meet the smell test. They don’t have that kind of power or intellectual heft. It would take a hundred George Soros’ to get them further than the occasional victory in the culture wars. They are that inept. .

  • 14 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 8:14 pm   

    Here’s your main culprit, the mayor of NYC:

    Bloomberg: Occupy Wall Street Can Stay Indefinitely

    Also, the camp of iniquity, Zuccotti Park, is privately owned. Owners are culpable also. The “public access” bit is simply to avoid property tax, no doubt. Originally union-owned (Steel), then corporate owned.

    So, the nudist defecaters are there, compliments of that which they claim to protest.

  • 15 David Yeagley // Oct 10, 2011 at 8:17 pm   

    This public denigration of the United States of America is the work of liberals, Leftist, Democrats. Nothing other or else. I can’t see it. This is an international disgrace.

    And we’ve been there before! Some of the same losers involved–the ’60′s juveniles. This is truly pathological. Enabled and sustained by the Democrat, Left, liberal, Commies.

  • 16 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 8:29 pm   

    Maharishi

    This Hillbilly has been called a lot of things by folks on the Internet, but “too idealistic” ain’t one of em.

    Maybe you shouldn’t make so many assumptions before you do the “Maharishi has spoken” thing. Why not put on your Sunday Best, brother, grab that Mossberg of yours, and your DD214, and go on up there and show these dirt bags how it’s done?

    Or are you to myopic “to be involved in any reasonable effort to address the social ills of this country in a way that will be taken seriously?”

  • 17 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 10, 2011 at 9:43 pm   

    “Maybe you shouldn’t make so many assumptions before you do the “Maharishi has spoken” thing. Why not put on your Sunday Best, brother, grab that Mossberg of yours, and your DD214, and go on up there and show these dirt bags how it’s done?”

    Oh, if only dreams could come true.

    Until then,

    The Maharishi has spoken

  • 18 whitetrash // Oct 10, 2011 at 10:15 pm   

    Figured as much.

    Happy hunting in your yard, big guy.

  • 19 zephyr // Oct 10, 2011 at 10:36 pm   

    WT, you’re forgetting that our current situation didn’t happen in a day. And it won’t be turned around in a day.

    The Tea Party has taken on bigger enemies than you–or anyone else who talks the talk but doesn’t walk the walk–ever will.

    Let’s see . . . in three short years, the Tea Party nationwide has worked to get more conservative reps in office. And it is largely the Tea Party influence that, in the last election, pushed the blues to reds. And Tea Parties worked to get more conservative reps in statehouses across America.

    In my own state, we fought a fake “Tea Party” that Soros et al tried to organize to confuse voters. We won and kept all of their nefarious candidates off the state ballot. Lawsuit in progress. (Remember, we’re the ones who also work for a living AND raise families.)

    In my county, we cut down the number of county commissioners–working against the GOP.

    You may think all this happened overnight, but let me assure you, it did not. You clearly have no idea of the commitment and energy it takes to win these battles. And it didn’t happen without the unceasing efforts of thousands of volunteer patriots.

    Tea Party–three years, huge impact. Entirely volunteer; no community organizers involved. And law abiding.

    Communists–been at community organizing in the U.S. since the early 1900s. Paid “professional” protestors. Anarchists.

    It’s easy to comment on a blog. Put your money–and time–where your mouth is. What’s keeping YOU from taking on Wall Street?

    Oh, and on behalf of all the true patriots out there, YOU’RE WELCOME.

  • 20 whitetrash // Oct 11, 2011 at 6:30 am   

    You seem confident about what I don’t know or what I do with my time and money. That’s a sure sign of a weak intellect.

    It’s taken you “Patriots” over three years to find your way to Wall Street?

  • 21 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 11, 2011 at 7:20 am   

    WT, man, you must be a communist. It’s easy to see that you, like the hippie trash that is demonstrating in New York and other places, are a blame-shifting political hack that has no appreciation for individuals, who like the Tea Party, are attempting to right many wrongs. You sound like a pitiful Femi-Nazi. Could it be that you are homosexual? Homosexuals like to blame other people for everything as well.

    No, like your stinking hippie friends, you really don’t know why you are protesting, you just like to protest. Poor DNA I suppose, a product of the shallow end of the gene pool.

    Grow up, get real, and by the way, you are willing to come to my “yard” anytime, “Big Guy.” However, you are probably too busy with your Leftist sign painting hobbies to do so.

    The Maharishi has spoken

  • 22 Kris // Oct 11, 2011 at 7:37 am   

    Dr. Yeagley: I seem to have arrived late to this party…your premise is correct…what’s the argument with the remaining posters? These people on Wall Street are pathetically childish..as a child growing up in the late 1960s I saw the same type of behavior and it was as laughable back then as it is now..how much more so today?..now many of the instigators of this Occupy Wall Street movement are the lineal descendants of the Democrat politicians of today..as an example, Hillary Clinton participated in such activities back at Yale..I heard about some of the more meaningful aspects of her involvement from people I know who were there with her (her scope of involvement was far smaller back then)..but these mind-numbed robots who are comprised of idiot college students (and know nothing except what they’re told and I have to ask exactly what are they teaching in universities today?), community organizers and union thugs will drift away when the first snow begins to fly…stupidity on the hoof..shades of the 1930s…at the end of the day…Mr/Ms WT is full of it…the crony capitalists (Goldman Sachs, Citibank) are the product of the Obama administration who gave TARP money to them; and not to the Tea Party or Republicans; Obama and his Democrats then turn around and act as if they had nothing to do with each and every one of these activities…maybe instead of blaming everybody as the Obama administration so childishly does, we should look at this administration’s fingerprints all over this faux nonsense perpetrated by idiots who are looking more ignorant by the day; all of these adolescents are being used by Democrats and Obama and his many thugs (union, bought and paid for by him)…I find some of the comments here not worth responding to..it was childish idiots and known narcissists like Barack Obama, community organizer, extraordinaire who support all those asses on Wall Street and other cities around the country with nothing to do but defecate on police vehicles showing their own ignorance…social ills…the reason these people are there in all their robotic ignorance is that they’re bored…whitetrash, you are an idiot beyond doubt and provably…thanks for the chuckle..k

  • 23 David Yeagley // Oct 11, 2011 at 8:58 am   

    Well, ya’ll are catching White Trash here in the midst of the fray–on a particular topic…

    I assure you, he is one of the most level-headed thinkers to ever post on BadEagle..com Pulled me into line more than once, I tell ya.

    I think his point is, Wall Street is a problem. Do we all agree on that? My argument is simply that people risk their money voluntarily. His point, that doesn’t give Wall Street the right to abuse their trust. The people trust (gamble) that Wall Street is going to wisely manage that trust. Instead, it totally ignored any obligations.

    Something like that.

    I don’t think anyone is ignoring or condoning the nudist defecators… least I hope not.

  • 24 Kris // Oct 11, 2011 at 12:05 pm   

    No, David…it’s not Wall Street that’s the problem…there are many people who work there that don’t make millions upon millions of dollars, in fact the majority and just because they’re successful, doesn’t mean these OWS losers represent anyone, except themselves…it’s Obama’s crony capitalists (the higher ups of Citibank, Goldman Sachs and others), not to mention the American Left who happen to reside on Wall Street (consider Larry Summers), supporting him; believe me, Obama owns them just as much as he owns these head lice and organizers of Occupy Wall Street because of the slush fund given to these businesses and created by TARP (meaning Goldman Sachs and Citibank among others) to re-elect him…the organizers are ACORN initiated and beyond anything else, they’re ignorant…they represent no one but themselves and this entire episode remains a paean to their laziness, self-indulgence and self-absorption…and don’t forget their own ignorance of all the above..that crony capitalism is a lie and a pejorative to incite class warfare & disruptive behavior in efforts to steal from others…if you made a list describing who these people are marching on Wall Street, you would find bored upper middle class university students with their Iphones, brainwashed by liberal professors, with a limited mentality, screaming what they’ve been taught in college (the mind-numbed robots) a limited number of community type organizers, just like Obama and now union thugs introduced by Democrats who now support and own them and who will perpetrate whatever violence that is necessary all orchestrated from the top…(that’s Obama again) this is a very incestuous relationship overall and it should be pointed out Obama wants this to happen..he is determined to incite violence and then ride in on that white charger and save everybody as he will claim…as Rahm Immanuel has claimed (‘never allow a crisis to go to waste) there might be a remote possibility he would consider this the entree’ for martial law..and as I see it, it’s all a setup and Obama & his minions overlooking the whole scenario to see how it works out..most Americans, if they have their wits about them, see this and how phony it is…Obama is a child and painfully obvious in his intentions…what amazes me is that the news media can still manipulate public opinion as they do and act as if this entire charade on Wall Street is spontaneous..that’s the biggest joke of all…k

  • 25 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 11, 2011 at 12:53 pm   

    “I assure you, he is one of the most level-headed thinkers to ever post on BadEagle..com Pulled me into line more than once, I tell ya.”

    Bad Eagle, I rarely attempt to correct or influence your thinking, O Grand Sultan of the Blogosphere.

    However, comments like the one posted above make me think that you might need to cut back on the Peyote? Maybe it’s time to check out that 12-Step program at the Sweat Lodge.

  • 26 David Yeagley // Oct 11, 2011 at 1:07 pm   

    The one run by the white dude who got arrested? Hmmm. Ma-hashishi be doin’ aw-rite!

  • 27 zephyr // Oct 11, 2011 at 1:34 pm   

    MM: “blame-shifting political hack that has no appreciation for individuals”

    Amen.

    I have no use for people who name-call, complain and blame others. THAT IS liberal. The country needs solutions–not whiners.

    Enough time wasted.

  • 28 Maharishi of Mayhem // Oct 11, 2011 at 2:44 pm   

    Sweat-Lodge Guru’s Homicide Verdict
    Jun 22, 2011…James Ray avoided a manslaughter conviction in the deaths of three clients at his 2009 “Spiritual Warrior” Sedona retreat, but was found guilty of negligent homicide—and prosecutors will push for the maximum 11-year sentence.

    Bad Eagle, what’s a little negligent homicide among friends? I’m sure that they went out with a more “enlightened view” than the pubic lice infected Flea Party members have attained.

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