Fat Steve's Blatherings

Friday, December 16, 2005

My Open Letter to Salon Magazine

Dear Salon:

        I never read your magazine, but Cary Tennis's latest piece [also here, for non-subscribers who don't feel like sitting through the ad] is almost enough to make me change my mind.

        In fact, I will subscribe, if you can just convince me that you don't take Tennis's nonsense seriously, but print it as hilarious deadpan humor.  Because the thought of millions of liberals camping out in the streets, to show their disappointment at having lost yet another election, and pretending to hope for martyrdom, is the funniest thing I've read in weeks.

Stephen M.
        St. Onge
Minneapolis, MN


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  • When an wannabe neocon blogger defends a reckless, feckless, and lawless "administration" (as if the royal bungler-in-chief knew anything about administering anything but his spin cycles, vide Iraq, Osama BL, Katrina, and Social Security reform), one must really wonder who's the fool and who's the loyal American.

    Bush is committing crimes against the constitution and crimes against humanity. In a just democracy, his actions would put him behind bars. That he has his deluded defenders, Fat Steve, only speaks to the neo-conservatives' impotence to poke their heads out of the wet paper bag that Rove, Perle, and Wolfowitz have fashioned for their pretty little heads. That Cary Tennis wants to live in a just democracy speaks to his wisdom, solid American values, and good common sense, something which you and those of your ilk appear to have in short supply.

    If the bag fits, Fat Steve, wear it.

    --A Loyal American

    p.s. Word to the wise: "sssh". (You're in over your head....)

    By Anonymous A loyal American, at 9:47 AM  

  • Here's some more nonsense from another liberal moonbat which might be of interest:

    "...-That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness." --Thomas Jefferson

    Fucking liberals!


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:51 AM  

  • A Loyal American:
            I must say, I'm really disappointed in your comments.  You didn't say that my mother wears Army boots, insult my manhood, or call me a coward.  As insults go, it's only worth a "C-."  Surely you can do better than this.

            By the way, you also missed the joke.  Cary Tennis's column isn't hilariously funny because he "wants to live in a just democracy," (translation from liberal to English 'wants to live in a United States with Democrats controlling the White House and Congress'), it's hilarious because he's forgotten that Bush 43 will be out of office in January 2009, never to be President again; it's hilarious because he thinks that, somehow, if the Democrats don't win the election, there will be mass demonstrations by dissapointed liberals; and it's especially hilarious because he thinks that, if the demonstrations took place, if the dissapointed Democratic voters "gather and remain in large public squares as the students in Tiananmen Square did, and dare government forces to remove us or to slaughter us in the streets," anything will happen except a lot of laughing at the fools freezing their tails off in the public squares.

            Anyway, though your contribution isn't up to Cary Tennis's high standards, it is very funny, and I got a good laugh from it.  Thanks for making a fool of yourself for my amusement.

    Stephen M.
            St. Onge

    The House of Saud Must Be Destroyed!

    By Blogger Stephen M. St. Onge, at 1:16 PM  

  • L.S. of Florida:

            And here's some words from a conservative moonbat, which may be of interest:

            Until philosophers rule as kings or those who are now called kings and leading men genuinely and adequately philosophize, that is, until political power and philosophy entirely coincide, while the many natures who at present pursue either one exclusively are forcibly prevented from doing so, cities will have no rest from evils,... nor, I think, will the human race. -- Plato

            Of course it has nothing to do with the subject supposedly under discussion, but then, neither does the Declaration of Independence.

            Sorry you didn't have a clue what I was talking about.  I'll try to do better next time.

    The House of Saud Must Be Destroyed!

    By Blogger Stephen M. St. Onge, at 1:22 PM  

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