1. Kevin de Bruxelles

    In order to analyze this statement from Senator Dodd one must understand the true relationship between the Democratic Party and the working and middle class people of the United States. And to do that one needs to look no further than this recent article about cuckolded fathers in the New York Times:

    It was in July 2007 when Mike L. asked the Pennsylvania courts to declare that he was no longer the father of his daughter. For four years, Mike had known that the girl he had rocked to sleep and danced with across the living-room floor was not, as they say, “his.” The revelation from a DNA test was devastating and prompted him to leave his wife — but he had not renounced their child. He continued to feel that in all the ways that mattered, she was still his daughter, and he faithfully paid her child support. It was only when he learned that his ex-wife was about to marry the man who she said actually was the girl’s biological father that Mike flipped. Supporting another man’s child suddenly became unbearable.

    Two years after filing the suit that sought to end his paternal rights, Mike is still irate about the fix he’s in. “I pay child support to a biologically intact family,” Mike told me, his voice cracking with incredulity. “A father and mother, married, who live with their own child. And I pay support for that child. How ridiculous is that?”

    Substitute the cuckold Mike L. with working and middle class people.

    Substitute the unnamed slut wife with the Democrats.

    Substitute the real father of the baby with rich bankster studs.

    Substitute the bastard baby with Democratic Party policy.

    Now with this framework in mind are we really going to take seriously anything that cheating wife (Sen. Dodd) says? Is she throwing our loser asses one more pathetic ray of hope that she is going to change her ways and stop banging the bankster stud?

    Are we really going to buy this crap one more time?

    Or are we going to get mad as hell and put an end to this shameful charade.

      1. Kevin de Bruxelles

        Are you joking?

        The Republicans have more or less the same answers as the Democrats.

        In the framework above the Republicans would be the former wife and mother of the bankster stud’s legitimate children — only the banksters recently dumped the Republicans because they got old and frumpy and the fresh new Democrats are more useful to them.

        Believe me, I’m the last person that’s going to be pitching the Republicans around here.

  2. Doug Terpstra

    Puleeze! Darling of his bankster base, Dodd lost credibility over his brazen lie about the inserting the AIG bonus protection provision in the bailout bill with the collusion of tax-deadbeat and GS dealer Tim Geithner. Prompting this latest flurry of trust-building theater are his dubious re-election prospects (and soiled briefs).

    Obama and the Dems have royally fumbled a major opportunity, which may final provide the entree for a viable third party.

  3. The Rage

    This site just kills me with the psuedo-populism. You really think you are going to get somebody better than Bernanke? Give me a break. I could care less.

  4. MyLessThanPrimeBeef

    I couldn’t care less.

    I am just waiting to the next species that will replace us to arrive, hopefully they have very long arms so they can reach the fridge all the way from the living room where the couch and TV are.

    By the way, about genetic obesity. Are there naturally obese chimps in nature? Obese flemencos in the wild? Any obese sequoias? Any obese reeds? Or does that only happen to the masters of the universe – Homo Not-So-Sapiens Not-So-Sapiens?

  5. Rob Benson

    prime: Am I missing something here, or are you not one of us? When the new primates take over, they will throw our no-longer-talking-asses in bamboo cages and revise our revisioned history.

  6. Demented Chimp

    The din of a flock of parrots feasting on a tree in fruit.

    Not enough food in the wild to become obese, you are just always hungry. Zoo animals do get fat. Homo-not so sapiens cage bars are cunningly made transparent to give him a sense of free will.

    1. Skippy

      As an agile predator, abet a small one, the parrots are my friends. They color my world and spread seed increasing the range of our domain, food and shelter for all. The most incredible gift is their warning cackle, calling out the advance of the demented chimp and its tribe. Proud of its strength as it is voracious in appetite, always consuming more than its fill.

      I wait your fattened slumber and move from the shadows, anchoring my fore claws into your chest, pulling up my hindquarters to rake open your gut, spilling the trees seed from their horrible capture, sink my teeth into your boastful throat.

      One kill at a time, one demented chimp removed, whilst others dream their mad dreams of superiority, until daybreak signals a new potential endorphin feast, they will notice a missing member and query the demise, doubt will spoil to days high and remind them to tread a bit softer for awhile.

      Skippy…can you see me in the shadows, I’m looking straight at you, I can stay like this for as long as it takes, but the real question is, can you keep looking into the shadows and hold your mind together.

  7. tompain

    But if Bernanke can help Dodd get a good mortgage rate, that might grease the confirmation wheels a bit

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