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  TwistAndShout

Our poor little darling, with pudendum hairy
finds life in America terribly scary.

As a toddler she found, when she crawled out of bed,
that her dad had become an insidious red.

And imagine her horror to find that her mommy
was really a dastardly Democrat commie.

And now, though grown up, she is still in a pickle
for everywhere she sees a hammer and sickle.

So humor the lady and don't try to reason
or you'll soon be accused of encouraging treason.

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Wordsofwit

Jan 27 @ 9:35PM  
RJ53

Jan 28 @ 3:23AM  
Unfortunately I know a number of people to whom this might apply, But then again I live in the south, LOL

TwistAndShout

Jan 28 @ 5:29AM  
Thanks to the post just below this one for making the case once again that in the absence of a defensible argument, the Communist will always counterattack with personal insults, ignoring the thrust of the argument, even if he must malign one’s family to deflect criticism.

I actually posted a response to your "thoughtful" essay. It was a serious response that involved no insult and directly addressed your contention about liberalism and communism.

But you blocked it, and then lied and said that it violated TOS. So I decided you really aren't serious, and responded accordingly.

You have one point to make. That point is "I am right, and anyone whose notion of the role of government differs one iota from mine is against America and freedom." There's nothing original in that thought, and saying it in six paragraphs instead of one and utilizing a badly executed pseudo-academic style doesn't make it any more original.
sugarnspice005

Jan 28 @ 9:43AM  
Thanks to the post just below this one for making the case once again that in the absence of a defensible argument, the Communist will always counterattack with personal insults, ignoring the thrust of the argument,

I look at the above statement, especially the part in bold, and it just screams hypocrite.

They are saying the opposition results to insults, and yet, this person is resorting to insults to hold up their argument.

Just because people have a difference of opinion shouldn't mean that a slug fest of name calling should ensue.
HairyPus

Jan 29 @ 4:42PM  
I look at the above statement, especially the part in bold, and it just screams hypocrite.

They are saying the opposition results to insults, and yet, this person is resorting to insults to hold up their argument.

Just because people have a difference of opinion shouldn't mean that a slug fest of name calling should ensue.


You seem to think calling someone a "Communist" is "name calling". I guess it is. But so is calling them a Democrat or a Republican. The insult must be inferred and that's the reader's job. If you think it's an insult, good for you, but don't put that off on me. I only mean it to identify a group of people with a particular political philosophy.
TaIkpro

Jan 29 @ 9:19PM  
Geezz they are everywhere yano but it is not all about them hairypustule
TwistAndShout

Jan 30 @ 5:35AM  
I’m not a one-dimensional political junky or a whack job extremist,

You could have fooled me.

And just when I think I’ve made it so clear a child could understand it

I can identify. Let me explain this very succinctly. It isn't that I don't understand you. It's that I don't agree with you.

Lord, but you go on. Let me suggest you shorten your essay to this:

"My view of government and policy is the only view that a freedom loving American can have. If you disagree with my view. you are against freedom and America. Agree with me or I will have to assume you are incapable of understanding me."

Suggestions that I am ignorant do not assist readers in negotiating the topic.

Ignorant? Maybe. Simplistic, humorless, obsessive, pedantic and verbose? Definitely.

But please, do go on. I know you will. You apparently have little else to do.
TwistAndShout

Jan 30 @ 6:00AM  
And once again, while I allow you to automatically post in my blog, you have blocked me in yours. A bit on the totalitarian side for a freedom lovin' gal like you, isn't it?
HairyPus

Jan 30 @ 12:27PM  
And once again, while I allow you to automatically post in my blog, you have blocked me in yours. A bit on the totalitarian side for a freedom lovin' gal like you, isn't it?

No one is automatically blocked from posting on my blog. I consider each post individually. Wherever it is clearly intended as a personal insult, rather than an illumination of the subject, I delete it. Personal insults appear to be the only language you understand. This entire blog post is a personal insult clearly developed expressly to injure me. Nor is your comprehension of freedom less warped by muddy thinking. No one should have the freedom to come into my house and do as he wishes.
HairyPus

Jan 30 @ 12:41PM  
You have one point to make. That point is "I am right, and anyone whose notion of the role of government differs one iota from mine is against America and freedom."

Since I never said that and don't think that, the problems must be over at your house where a misinterpretation has occurred.

Of course, there is one other possibility. Perhaps you're not quite as confused as you seem and are intentionally mischaracterizing my beliefs in order to discredit me.

My thesis does not concern right and wrong, who is or who ain't. My message is much simpler. Too many Americans do not realize Communist philosophy has been rebranded as American liberalism. As a patriot, my task is to educate a society at risk over this issue. It would be more beneficial to everyone if you could argue this issue, rather than wasting ink in an everlasting attempt to marginalize my ideas by personal debasement. Me, my life and my style have nothing to do with the merit of a political opinion.
TwistAndShout

Jan 30 @ 7:09PM  
It would be more beneficial to everyone if you could argue this issue, rather than wasting ink in an everlasting attempt to marginalize my ideas by personal debasement.

Really, no, these endless arguments benefit no one, unless your ego-gratification is taken into account.

There are three reasons I don't engage you in any depth:

1) I don't find your ideas very interesting or original. They consist mostly of garden variety Ayn Rand-ish claptrap.

2) Anytime anyone disagrees with you, your opening gambit is something along the lines of "clearly you are incapable of understanding my brilliant argument" which, if you had any self-awareness, you would recognize as an expression of insecurity.

3) You are obsessive and your writing is tedious. You post constantly, all day long, and repeat the same arguments over and over. You respond to every comment with a longer comment.

I suppose you'll feel obligated to respond, and you may feel free. But I'm done with any direct exchange with you. It is truly a dreary pasttime.
HairyPus

Jan 30 @ 11:22PM  
Twist, darling…

I completely understand why you find me so boring and why you have no desire to engage me. Maybe, I'm just not exciting enough to hold your interest.

Just so, I would like to thank you for the investment of time and dubious poetic application necessary to create this rhyming blog as a tribute to me. I didn’t mean to bother you, sweetness, but I always thought it was just polite to share a little time with men who compose poetry about me. That’s really so cute.
TwistAndShout

Jan 31 @ 5:35AM  
Okay, despite what I said earlier, I have to respond and commend you for changing it up a bit.

Tell you what. Let's try a little role play. I'll be the capitalist robber baron and you be the oppressed proletariat, begging me to exploit you in ways you never imagined.
TwistAndShout

Jan 31 @ 7:53AM  
I suppose that one may be a little too Marxist for you. Let's try another. I'll be the liberal President, and you are the conservative Congressional leader.


Me: "Madame Speaker, I'm going to ram my enormous bill into your committee and split your caucus wide open."

You: "B-b-b-but Mr. President, it's too big! It will bust my tight little budget and ruin me for future compromises."

Me: "You can debate this all you want, but soon I'll be flooding your lower chamber with my supporters."

You: "Oh my God... How will I ever face my constituents in the morning?"

Me: " Don't give me that. They all know you routinely take some pork from every lobbyist on K Street."


If you insist on discussing politics on a sex site, HP, for heaven's sake do it correctly.
hog77297

Jan 31 @ 11:45AM  
I think you two should just get a room!
HairyPus

Jan 31 @ 2:47PM  
I think you two should just get a room!

Finally, an intelligent comment on this absurd post. Hogboy...nice work. You're a handsome reprobate, too.

Twist...your last two comments place you where I like all my men -- way over my head.
TwistAndShout

Feb 1 @ 5:27AM  
At least, from HP's latest blog, we now know what his motivations are:

Day by day, your control over your “private property” grows weaker and weaker... Remember when you could establish a third restroom for colored?
Remember when you could pay employees less if they were likely to get pregnant and, therefore, were less valuable to you?

Nothing new or original about that line of thinking.
J1958

Feb 6 @ 2:09PM  
Nothing new or original about that line of thinking.

You're certainly right about that, dipstick. When you don't have the right to control what you own, there's little incentive to invest in it -- loss of freedom, suffocating economy. I think the idea goes all the way back to the Constitution...so, yeah...you're right about that.
TwistAndShout

Feb 6 @ 6:28PM  
You're certainly right about that, dipstick. When you don't have the right to control what you own, there's little incentive to invest in it -- loss of freedom, suffocating economy. I think the idea goes all the way back to the Constitution...so, yeah...you're right about that.

Actually, I was referring specifically to your alter ego's nostalgia for the days of being able to make "coloreds" use a separate restroom.

But as for your simplistic suggestion that any regulation of private business is contrary to the Constitution, the Supreme Court begs to differ. Laws regulating the conduct of commerce have passed since the founding of the Republic and have been upheld by the Court again and again.

And despite that, investors continue to invest in the American economy.

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