Saturday, December 18, 2010
Watch this. It looks tasty doesn't it? Almost delectable.
I dream it'll be us someday (and then some). And by "us", I mean those for a smaller government, not a bigger one. Not self-entitled Marxist, indoctrinating teachers or drunken Kappa-wearing "stoodents" and their equally Marxist, wheelchair-bound, swivel-eyed, spazzy brethren with "dodgy middle-stump" disease (see Jody McIntyre's alternative comedy act here).
On the one hand, I sympathise. They may be more akin to parasitic, blood-sucking leeches but they're still just about human. And let's not forget, they were made all kinds of promises, just the same as us. I'm not surprised they're getting shitty about them being broken.
But on the other hand, I struggle to sympathise with the sheer difference in attitude. They are demanding more, not less. They think it's their *right* to have the people like us fund their petty, Che Guevara t-shirt wearing, Starbucks-supping existences.
That's correct. Their *right* to override our *right* to keep the fruits of our own earnings. Their *right* to leach off it in order to indoctrinate our children and act as outreach workers for lazy Somali boat stealing wasters and Albanian pickpockets/gang rapists comes above all that (show me a lawfully self-sufficient Albanian and I'll show you my three foot cock and Dodge Viper SRT-10 breathing flames in mid-summer). Their *right* to help the lazy get lazier comes above all that.
Well, they wanted federalist government power. They can fucking reap it. Should've bought some chickens, candles, a pack of cards, and a shotgun.
It makes you think a lot about rights and mere privileges, doesn't it? I say, stamp on these bastards' fucking privileges whilst they persistently try to steal ours.
Our day will come. Not now, tomorrow, or next week. 2012 will be a big year. I have faith in it being a big year for us too.