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GOP Retard Who Voted to Shutter Gov't Outraged Federal Park is Closed

By APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch following x   2013 Oct 3, 10:53am 3,795 views   28 comments   watch   nsfw   quote     share    


http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2013/10/03/republican-who-voted-to-shut-down-government-asks-park-ranger-why-part-of-government-shut-down/


Ah, DuH! DUH! Why park close!? You hate Amewica! You Hate GOD! BAD RANGER! BAD!

Rep. Neugebauer, America is COMING TO EAT YOUR FACE! UNDERSTAND, ASSHOLE!? This is what you wanted! FACE FOR DINNER, FUCKFACE! Then, when your face is chewed off and you're lying in insensate agony, the cannibal neonazies are going to flip you over, rape your ass, rip out your intestines and eat them in front of your retard wife and retard kids.

UNDERSTAND, ASSHOLE!?

#politics

1   HydroCabron   ignore (1)   2013 Oct 3, 11:45am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Wouldn't a tax cut for the ranger fix this?

2   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 3, 12:05pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Now that I think of it, yeah, sure.

3   upisdown   ignore (0)   2013 Oct 3, 12:15pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (2)   quote   flag        

Fuck that tea-tard. He was trying to grandstand and run into a real American, as opposed to his sorry excuse showing for a human being.

4   Homeboy   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 3, 2:10pm   ↑ like (4)   ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag        

It's O.K. - When the Smithsonian reopens, they'll have another extinct animal they can put on display.

5   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 3, 2:18pm   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

The park ranger lady should have grabbed him by the gonads and twisted with all of her might while saying the lord's prayer and then taken a shit on his face.

6   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 3, 2:29pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

FACE IS BACK ON THE MENU, BOYS!

Yes!

Poetry!

7   Ceffer   ignore (1)   2013 Oct 3, 3:02pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

That face would require at least two weeks of heavy marinade.

I think he was demanding that the ranger marinade his face with muff if she wants her paycheck back.

8   mell   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 3, 4:17pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

During the first seven years of his political career, from 2003 to February 2010, he has raised $6.4 million, most of these funds coming from the oil and gas, real estate, commercial banking and crop production/processing industries, and leadership PACs.[28][29] His largest corporate and association donors have been the National Auto Dealers Association, National Association of Home Builders, Quantum Energy Partners, the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the National Association of Realtors.[30]

You can't expect too much from anybody sponsored by banking and real estate ;)

10   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 3, 8:07pm   ↑ like (3)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

During the first seven years of his political career, from 2003 to February 2010, he has raised $6.4 million, most of these funds coming from the oil and gas, real estate, commercial banking and crop production/processing industries, and leadership PACs.[28][29] His largest corporate and association donors have been the National Auto Dealers Association, National Association of Home Builders, Quantum Energy Partners, the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the National Association of Realtors.[30]

You can't expect too much from anybody sponsored by banking and real estate ;)

He's got brain rot from being face fucked by banksters and NAR capos.

11   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 3, 8:08pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

sbh says

The al fresco dining experience tends to shun long preparations and emphasizes the open-air lightness of fresh ephemeral combinations. She could have anointed him with a light vinaigrette of vaginal essence and then tossed him into the cannibal crowd. They would have paid for that table-side ambiance.

Hehehehe! You should host the Cannibal Anarchy segment on the Martha Stewart Show.

12   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 3, 10:55pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

During the first seven years of his political career, from 2003 to February 2010, he has raised $6.4 million, most of these funds coming from the oil and gas, real estate, commercial banking and crop production/processing industries, and leadership PACs.[28][29] His largest corporate and association donors have been the National Auto Dealers Association, National Association of Home
Builders, Quantum Energy Partners, the National Beer Wholesalers Association and the National Association of Realtors.[30]

An example of people with money buying political power, so they can rule over people without money.

Sounds like libertarian paradise to me.

Why do you complain?

13   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 3, 10:56pm   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

HydroCabron says

Wouldn't a tax cut for the ranger fix this?

Only if the ranger is a billionaire.

14   HydroCabron   ignore (1)   2013 Oct 4, 1:12am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

HydroCabron says

Wouldn't a tax cut for the ranger fix this?

Only if the ranger is a billionaire.

But a tax cut for any billionaire would work, wouldn't it?

For that billionaire will use the extra money to create a job for the ranger!

Plus, if government would just get out of the way, private interests would reopen the park. Soon we'll have the Staples Air and Space Museum, and the Petco Lincoln Memorial!

15   mell   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 4, 1:25am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

An example of people with money buying political power, so they can rule over people without money.

You can fix that with campaign finance reform if you wanted to, not with taxes, esp. with not with taxes for incomes starting at 200K, try the 0.1% instead. However be prepared for capital flight.freak80 says

Sounds like libertarian paradise to me.

This is the result of current politics since inception, so far almost exclusively democratic and republican politics. I prefer a 'Bourgeois liberalism' with a, ample and wealthy middle class.

freak80 says

Why do you complain?

I'm not complaining about the shutdown, only about this guy's hypocrisy, or maybe rather senile ignorance ;)

16   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 1:27am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

HydroCabron says

For that billionaire will use the extra money to create a job for the ranger!

...in Pakistan.

17   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 1:38am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

You can fix that with campaign finance reform

LOL. Good one. ;-)

mell says

esp. with not with taxes for incomes starting at 200K, try the 0.1% instead.

I completely agree. $200k is chump-change and nowhere near enough to buy a politician. My beef isn't with them, it's with the multi-billionaires who DO have enough $ to buy politicians. I don't hate wealth (unless it was ill-gotten), just the mis-use of it.

mell says

I prefer a 'Bourgeois liberalism' with a, ample and wealthy middle class.

How are we going to get an ample and wealthy middle class with libertarian policies? With unregulated capitalism, the wealth "trickles up" to the top 0.1% (it's been happening for the last 30 years). Said wealth is then used to buy politicians to further cement their power at the expense of nearly everyone else below them. Everybody else is stuck with stagnant or declining wages, heavier work-loads, reduced job security, worse safety & environmental
standards, etc.

History proves me correct. I don't want to go back to the Gilded Age. The top 0.1% sure does. Unless you are a member of the top 0.1%, why would you support such a policy of unregulated capitalism?

It's nothing personal. I just don't understand it.

18   mell   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 4, 2:02am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

How are we going to get an ample and wealthy middle class with libertarian policies? With unregulated capitalism, the wealth "trickles up" to the top 0.1% (it's been happening for the last 30 years). Said wealth is then used to buy politicians to further cement their power at the expense of nearly everyone else below them. Everybody else is stuck with stagnant or declining wages, heavier work-loads, reduced job security, worse safety & environmental

standards, etc.

I'd argue that you have seen the wealth trickle up because of regulations. The Fed, the MBS buying, interest rate fixing, those are all regulatory actions. I am not advocating getting rid of all regulations, in fact one of the most important principles to adhere to is the rule of law, that means to apply and enforce existing laws and regulations, even if I don't agree with them. None of that happened during the crisis, the rule of law was abolished, no prosecutions for existing regulations took place and new regulations in disguise "for the better of main street" were enacted without much legitimacy, enriching the crony capitalist sectors even further. The wealth disparity was greatly reduced during the crisis, and then resumed its rise again with the bailouts/regulations. I am in favor of simple banking regulations as I have laid out before, not a society completely free of regulations. Btw. nothing taken personally, I like the discourse here on patnet, no matter if anybody agrees with me or not.

19   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 2:10am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

I'd argue that you have seen the wealth trickle up because of regulations.

Ah, the standard libertarian line. It's also the standard Republican line.

It's also bullshit, historically. There were huge disparities in wealth before safety and environmental regulations. Rockefeller and Carnegie didn't amass their vast fortunes from government regulations, they did it by working people to death for in hellish conditions for very low wages.

Your ignorance of history is alarming and dangerous. It may be a cliche, but it's true: those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.

20   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 2:17am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

None of that happened during the crisis, the rule of law was abolished, no prosecutions for existing regulations took place and new regulations in disguise
"for the better of main street" were enacted without much legitimacy, enriching the crony capitalist sectors even further. The wealth disparity was greatly reduced during the crisis, and then resumed its rise again with thebailouts/regulations.

Do you think that *might* have something to do with the existing wealth concentration that allows the crony capitalists to own our government in the first place? How would libertarianism solve that problem? Lower taxes?? Less regulation?? How is less regulation going to help anyone *but* the crony capitalists?? It would only enrich them further, at the expense of everyone else!

I would advocate higher taxes on the crony capitalists. And/or a labor movement to give the 99% more bargaining power. Neither are libertarian solutions.

21   mell   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 4, 2:19am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

they did it by working people to death for in hellish conditions for very low wages.

I have not encountered any modern libertarian who is arguing for endangering workers lives in hellish conditions. Minimum wage is an entirely different topic and even "leftist" (for lack of a better term) patnetters have argued for and against it. Outside of union agreements (which are binding by law), Germany does not have a minimum wage regulation, did you know that (you can sue in court and may win though if the judge decides that it is "slave-work")?

freak80 says

There were huge disparities in wealth before safety and environmental regulations.

Again, I am not arguing against the necessity environmental/safety regulations. How do you explain the drastically declining wealth disparity during the 2008 crisis and the resume of its steady climb afterwards?

22   mell   ignore (2)   2013 Oct 4, 2:21am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

How is less regulation going to help anyone *but* the crony capitalists??

It depends on the regulations, a lot of regulations limit competition and skew the playing fields against small businesses, that is intentional. If you need an army of lawyers to comply with very complex laws you can be bankrupt before your small business ever had a chance to take off.

23   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 4:17am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

I have not encountered any modern libertarian who is arguing for endangering workers lives in hellish conditions.

No person argues for endangering workers and hellish conditions. What sane person would? Unless there is money to be made by doing it.

Unfortunately, there *IS* lots of money to be made by doing it. That's why it was done. It is still done *today* in places like China. Higher pay and better working conditions negatively impact the bottom line. That's how capitalism works.

If there are no regulations for safety, hours worked, overtime, working conditions, etc...you get hellish conditions for the majority.

No, I'm not advocating for the abolition of capitalism. There has to be a profit motive. What I'm worried about is an ideology that wants to turn back the clock to the late 19th century.

24   control point   ignore (0)   2013 Oct 4, 4:28am   ↑ like (2)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

We do have 19th century slave-labor like conditions for workers today.

It just doesn't occur here in the US. It happens in China, the Phillipines, etc.

When a $500 Iphone would only cost $530 if it were manufactured here in the US, you know where the benefit of "globalization" is going. It is not to the consumer.

Eliminate intellectual property rights for any product not manufactured in the US. Or deny them access to US markets. Watch how fast the number of jobs (and wages) rise.

25   freak80   ignore (4)   2013 Oct 4, 4:29am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

mell says

It depends on the regulations, a lot of regulations limit competition and skew the playing fields against small businesses, that is intentional.

I've never owned or operated a small business, so I don't know. You may very well be right.

Is there good evidence that regulations are written with the intent of gaining unfair advantage? Do you have an example of such a regulation? I'm not saying you're wrong, I'm just not aware of such a thing.

mell says

If you need an army of lawyers to comply with very complex laws you can be bankrupt before your small business ever had a chance to take off.

Good point. If that's the reality of the situation, I fully agree that regulations need to be relatively simple.

Then again, all laws are "gamed" which is why laws can be so complex. It's sort of an "arms race" between attempts to find loopholes and attempts to plug said loopholes. Just look at the ridiculous complexity our tax laws.

And of course lawyers will bitch and moan if laws are made simpler...they'd be out of work. ;-)

26   control point   ignore (0)   2013 Oct 4, 4:34am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

freak80 says

mell
says



It depends on the regulations, a lot of regulations limit competition and
skew the playing fields against small businesses, that is intentional.


I've never owned or operated a small business, so I don't know. You may very
well be right.


Is there good evidence that regulations are written with the intent of
gaining unfair advantage? Do you have an example of such a regulation? I'm not
saying you're wrong, I'm just not aware of such a thing.

These are barriers to entry, and as a small business owner, you should appreciate the protection they give to your profit margins.

Libertarians never see it that way. They think what they do is special or innovative. For the average Joe ladder truck, the requirement (regulation) for licensing, bonding and/or insurance for contractors allows them to charge more than minimum wage when they paint your living room. Hire a crew from the parking lot of home depot and compare prices to a licensed outfit if you don't believe it is true.

27   APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch   ignore (38)   2013 Oct 4, 10:36am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Noobagger, FUCKING DIE, ASSHOLE!!!!


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