March 15, 2008
|The Associated Press has so little respect for the commoners they no longer even try to disguise their celebration of the elite and their handpicked minions. It’s all out in the open, two inches away from your face.|
It is now at the point where the propaganda is so transparent, so in your face you can be excused for ignoring it out of disgust. For instance, we are now told John McCain, the enfeebled race horse destined to fail against Hillary-Obama or Obama-Hillary — more than likely the former combo — is “like everyone else” because as a funny season stunt he rode an Amtrak train to Philadelphia from the environs of the Great Corporate Whorehouse on the Potomac.
Excuse my sarcasm, but this stunt is so translucent as to be an insult. Obviously, the Associated Press has so little respect for the commoners they no longer even try to disguise their celebration of the elite and their handpicked minions. It’s all out in the open, two inches away from your face.
“McCain, accompanied by a campaign aide, was left alone by the public as he sat in the first-class car for much of the 1 1/2 hour trip,” writes Libby Quaid, professional script reader. No explanation why McCain didn’t ride in coach with the rest of the schmucks. No doubt he was “left alone by the public” because they either a) have no idea who he is, or b) Amtrak trains don’t have showers.
“He drank coffee and read several newspapers — The Washington Post, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today. And he talked on his cell phone with a campaign adviser for several minutes,” Quaid continues. “The night before, the Arizona senator had flown from Philadelphia to the nation’s capital for votes on the federal budget.”
In other words, McCain participated in yet more criminal activity, as he “voted to extend the full roster of Bush’s tax cuts, which he opposed seven years ago as being skewed toward the wealthy.” Of course, there are no “tax cuts” for the commoner, who is forced to pick up the tab on a blizzard of programs — call them “earmarks” if you must — by way of confiscatory income taxes, levied by guys who have hired thugs at the ready to SWAT your domicile if you chose not to participate.
Funny season gimmickry was in full swing as the corporate media diligently took notes. “We were voting on major issues of profound consequences with no discussion, no debate and 10 minutes to vote,” declared McCain in Springfield, Pennsylvania.
Sounds like a repeat of the “vote” on the Patriot Act vote.
“Anyone who had the misfortune of watching it will know how hard it is to do the Lord’s work in the city of Satan,” pontificated McCain, who is a four term fixture in Washington.
Oh, please, the Lord’s work? I guess the Lord shines upon the Keating Five, those senators accused of corruption in 1989 during the Savings and Loan crisis in which they criminally aided Charles H. Keating, Jr., chairman of the failed Lincoln S&L. God wanted John to derail the investigation against Keating, never mind the $2.6 billion you and I had to fork over.
But then politicians of McCain’s caliber are famous for pretending they have nothing to do with business as usual at the Best Little Whorehouse in the District of Criminals. It is all a load of horse manure.
And maybe that’s why McCain was “left alone by the public,” because they couldn’t stomach the horrid smell emanating from first class.
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