Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Mel Toast on "Self-Loathing and Cowardly" Democrats

-A Mel Toast “Cowardly Democrats” Exclusive-

The longer the wars continue, the longer the members of our working class are transformed by corporate overlords into serfs, the more violence will dominate the landscape. The slide into chaos and a police state will become inevitable.”

-Chris Hedges

Had enough name calling and finger devouring yet? Chris Hedges lays it all out here.

Like clockwork, Democratic sheep predictably cry “racist” and “hater” accusations against anyone or group that would question the supreme corpofascist ruler while “teabaggers” take to the streets in protest against this war on America's middle class staged in Obama's pro-insurance lobby healthcare “debate” as he takes on the role of Insurance Industry Mob Boss to impose a $3,800 fine on Americans who fail to purchase health insurance.

As Paul Craig Roberts explains, Obama's “health care” bill is NOT about health care at all but about FOR PROFIT INSURANCE subsidies. It is about government control to increase the profits of insurance companies by making everyone without “insurance coverage” literally make his insurance executive cronies and patrons rich. The main feature of the so-called “health care” bill is the "individual mandate," which requires everyone in America to buy health insurance. Courtesy, Max Baucus, (D), a major recipient of insurance industry contributions.

But the Left's minions are duped not by MSM Fox media but by their own arrogance reinforced by a few self-promoting rogue blogs. These followers of the sacred 'D' are a serfy lot, surprisingly susceptible to the rube manipulators who bleat and actually donate their pittance crumb$ to John & Jane IQ challenged “fundraising for the cause” porcine sycophants with so-called “progressive” blogs that would sport a “paypal” button. These followers take the dumb and dumber cake for their groupthinky, self-flagellating roles in making themselves look even more beastly stupid than the “teabaggers” they project their self-loathing, guilt ridden hatred at.

As if the Left is not full of its own hillbilly, WalMart shoppers, its Sushi & Gucci inciters wish to brand ONLY the Right as the party of trailer trash...pathetic.

Enough, already.

I don't want to hear anymore “white guys suck” or “screw Jesus, I'm an elitist and we're all zombies now” savage tedium. It's a class war, baby.

In this post-manufacturing era, it is “we” who must demand health care (not “insurance coverage”) and that our white collar jobs stop being sold to Indian hustlers by US political crooks for profit. Hedges further explains that it is “we” - all of us -- who should unite the rage of the “right-wing”:

It is we who are guilty for failing to defy a Democratic Party that since 1994 has betrayed the working class by destroying our manufacturing base, slashing funds to assist the poor and cravenly doing the bidding of corporations. It is we who are guilty for refusing to mass on Washington and demand single-payer, not-for-profit health care for all Americans. It is we who are guilty for supporting Democrats while they funnel billions in taxpayer dollars to sustain speculative Wall Street interests. The rage of the confused and angry right-wing marchers, the ones fired up by trash-talking talk show hosts, the ones liberals belittle and maybe even laugh at, should be our rage. And if it is not our rage soon, if we continue to humiliate and debase ourselves by begging Obama to be Obama, we will see our open society dismantled not because of the shrewdness of the far right, but because of our moral cowardice.”


Melvin Toast

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Teabaggers have the right idea about protest, but they have their issues all wrong.Take health care.You've got the teabaggers wrong,Mel.They are not taking to the streets to protest insurance companies but instead to support them.Whatever you think about this health care debate,the teabaggers stance is the direct opposite of what we need: a universal health care system.

But Democrats are self loathing, as you say, because no matter how much they may want to do the morally right thing for the greater good, at the end of the day they still kneel before their paymasters.