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Government in my Healthcare makes me SICK



September 11, 2009 – Comments (12)

I have a simple rule at work.  No propaganda allowed.  I have a TV in my office, but it is not a place of worship.  My coworkers have found out the hard way that I will unplug the TV rather than let them view the news.  No FOX, CNN, MSNBC or any other puppet is allowed to bark at me while I'm trying to get work done.  It's a simple rule.  You can watch your sick news programs at home.  

Last night I came back from the server room and Obama was staring at me in the face.  I can handle Barack.  He really doesn't set me on fire like Bush did.  But the second I see Pelosi or Biden or the Republican stiffs or any reference to that sociopathic scum bag that thankfully kicked the bucket last week, and is absolutely burning in Hell if there is one, I lose my dinner.

You see, I am completely free.  I am free from the worship of State demigods who believe they have a moral right to infringe on my freedoms in order to help some other schmuck that is too lazy to work.  Hell, most people I have worked with in the past could barely bring themselves to show up, as if we were being graced with their worthless presence. 

Sure I can't stop the sickos in DC from performing their nonsensical self congratulatory ejaculation over their ability to steal from one group of people and give it to another (And Nancy, take off that hideous pearl necklace.  Everyone knows you're a stiff in the sack.  Don't pretend otherwise.)  Some people have to work for a living or else this whole world would fall apart.  You wanna do "your part" to save the planet and make the world a better place?  Get to work, you lazy piece of crap.  Do you need my help finding a job?

There you go.   Start looking.  Hey, guess what?  There's thousands and thousands of open positions.  Why... you don't need a freaking hand out after all!   

Oh that's right, you don't need a handout.   You need to help the little guy right?  Well, open your wallet, but don't open mine.  I'm happy to help people out too, but I don't need a group of warmongering psychopaths in the Lootway to figure out who gets what.  What's worse is when you cheer them on.

Did you watch with rapt attention as Barack Obama addressed Congress?  Were you in awe of his so-called leadership? 

What is leadership?  Have you ever had to lead?  Really?  Leadership can only come about if one specific criteria is met.  The leader must have a personal stake in the outcome!!!!!!!!!  If he doesn't, he is a freaking asset manager and nothing more.  Obama is no leader.  He has no personal stake.  He won't die.  He won't lose money.  He won't even face jail.  No matter how poorly he performs - heck he can even get a BJ from his intern or commit war crimes - he won't face any consequences.  That is not a leader!!!!!

Did you analyze evey reaction of the Republicans, hoping for a sign that they'll stand up to him?  Why?  If they were going to stand up to him, they wouldn't have partaken in the charade.  They wouldn'thave even shown up.

Do you see how I'm different?  Do you hate me?  Good.  I don't hate you.  I just wish you'd learn.

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David in Qatar



12 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On September 11, 2009 at 12:28 AM, prose976 (< 20) wrote:

Tell it like it is!  Very well done.  +1 rec

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#2) On September 11, 2009 at 2:14 AM, caterpillar10 wrote:

It's all true. If TV on I can only work w/nature or science documentaries to not feel like hurling. Discover/NatGeo/History or turn that crap off! 

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#3) On September 11, 2009 at 5:34 AM, dbjella (< 20) wrote:

Wow!  My thoughts up to now about you were that you were an intellect amongst the common men.  Today's post strikes with a little more anger, contempt and loathing; it is almost like you are having a bad day :)

I agree with your sentiment though.

Our "leaders" are not elected to lead, they are elected to serve.  HUGE difference.

Your still my favorite blogger!  I often wonder if people with your writing abilities would make it in my local newspaper's opinion section...probably not :) 





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#4) On September 11, 2009 at 12:42 PM, kdakota630 (28.84) wrote:

David, I don't understand why you hold back so much and don't share how you really feel.


I'm not sure I'd have gone so far as to have written the line about the "sociopathic scum bag that thankfully kicked the bucket last week", but another excellent blog.

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#5) On September 11, 2009 at 1:03 PM, whereaminow (< 20) wrote:

Heh, sometimes you just gotta let loose.  I feel like Troy Palamalu after a big hit on an unprotected wide receiver. Bang!

David in Qatar

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#6) On September 13, 2009 at 9:46 AM, jddubya (< 20) wrote:

Ha ha!  Have you seen the Palamalu Head & Shoulders commercials?

So, did you turn off Barack when you saw him on the tube?

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#7) On September 13, 2009 at 4:49 PM, caterpillar10 wrote:

Worked with Penguins of Madagascar on the other day....that was alright. Mission oriented. 

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#8) On September 13, 2009 at 5:15 PM, truthisntstupid (78.57) wrote:

You think everyone who can't afford healthcare is too lazy to work?  Really?  Well...I sure am sorry I read this. You were one of my favorite bloggers.  Such mastery of words.  Magnificent writer.  As an ex-military man who never managed to make a lot of money since I left the service, I guess I'm a little shocked.  Disappointed.  Many people with money don't know what the hell hard work and bad luck is.  They just think they do.  Nothing more to say.

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#9) On September 13, 2009 at 5:36 PM, whereaminow (< 20) wrote:


Sorry you feel that way.

Where did I say that I think everyone that can't afford health care is too lazy to work?  I don't think that, nor would I say that.  My point is that the people crying for health reform are not the ones who can not pay - at least not on this website. If you're on the MF, blogging away, you can afford health care.  If you can't, spend less time blogging and get to work.  If you can spend hours per day/week, campaigning for nonsenical progressive causes, you can afford health care.

You're reading way too much into this blog.  And taking it way too seriously. It was good fun.

David in Qatar

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#10) On September 17, 2009 at 3:17 AM, SebastianZ (< 20) wrote:

Obama's proposal, which do not require new legislation from Congress, are intended to make it easier and more automatic for people to put money into tax-advantaged retirement accounts. Obama has just declared that he is launching programs that will allow businesses to start funneling money straight away into retirement plans for their workers – he hasn't said how, and he isn't making it mandatory, either. Also, workers will be able to put any unused vacation time into their retirement plans. He's also said he wants to make it possible for people to get their tax returns in the form of government bonds. All of these things are going to be voluntary, not mandatory. If these ideas from Obama ever materialize, it might mean a few less online payday loans for retirees.

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#11) On September 17, 2009 at 10:41 PM, whereaminow (< 20) wrote:


Are you retarded or something?  Get off my anti-government ramblings and go back to the DailyKos.  You can build your super society over there, thank you.

David in Qatar

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#12) On September 18, 2009 at 2:19 PM, DaretothREdux (47.19) wrote:

I think you were too nice to Nancy here....but perhaps you wanted this to pass censor...


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