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Oct 28 2013

Republican Filth Getting What They Want: Demonizing Federal Employees/Contractors As Moochers And Looters Backfires As Conservative Federal Employees/Contractors Realize “Hey! Those Motherfuckers I Voted For Are Talking About ME!!11!!11!”

A good friend of mine is a former military non-commissioned officer and current military contractor who works on a base in a former Confederate state. His natural inclination is to be politically conservative, and his default has always been to vote for Republicans. He is now motherfucken pissed that the “moocher/looter” smear of federal employees/contractors is being applied with a broad brush that includes him. These deranged right-wing filth are literally going to drive everyone away from the Republican Party other than a handful of greedefucke morally crippled billionaires and the white-supremacist neo-Confederate subhuman dregs they play like fiddles.

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  1. 1
    Raucous Indignation

    Sing it Bruther!

  2. 2
    Al Dente

    I’m retired from the Navy. I was a Senior Chief Yeoman (E8), a yeoman being an admin and personnel specialist. During the recent shutdown a Tea Party guy was ranting about “damn government so-called workers and slackers.” I said I spent 20 years as a government worker and on behalf of the United States Navy I offered him a hearty fuck you. He said that naturally he wasn’t complaining about people in the military but “gummint borrocrats.” I then pointed out that I spent my naval service as a bureaucrat and he could fuck himself agaln. He walked away, mumbling an apology.

  3. 3
    shripathikamath

    Yet, he’ll vote Republican in Nov 2014.

    Why? Because name-calling does not mean a thing if it is not followed by action. For him to actually be sincere, he needs to lose that contract.

    Permanently.

    What, until this shutdown he had doubts as to the intentions of the Republicans?

  4. 4
    Grumble

    “These deranged right-wing filth are literally going to drive everyone away from the Republican Party other than a handful of greedefucke morally crippled billionaires and the white-supremacist neo-Confederate subhuman dregs they play like fiddles.”

    Ah yes, another dose of what I love best about CPP: his subtlety, his gentle irony. Could it be that he doesn’t like Republicans? No, I couldn’t say, when his arguments are crafted so intricately that they completely disarm any simple-minded interpretation. Another masterpiece!

    Anyway. That would be the best thing, if the Republicans really drove a big chunk of their supporters away. Unfortunately, that won’t happen. Some will leave, and the GOP will probably take a hit in the next election, but eventually it will come to its senses and they’ll revive themselves. There is, after all, a reason that the two major parties have survived for 150+ years.

  5. 5
    Trebuchet

    Note to Proffe: The long post titles, which usually contain the entire content of the post, are seriously disrupting the FTB main page layout.

  6. 6
    trucreep

    That is the sad, familiar story with these Tea Party types; painfully unaware that they themselves are exactly what they’re complaining about.

  7. 7
    Olav

    CP:

    These deranged right-wing filth are literally going to drive everyone away from the Republican Party

    Va, pensiero…

  8. 8
    gingerest_

    I am okay with that, as long as the greedebags don’t succeed in their gerrymandering.

  9. 9
    eeke

    ok, CPP. I know I’m a little off-track here, but I came across this article, and it made me think of you. Bitter much?

    http://gawker.com/fuck-boston-1455939887

  10. 10
    Dave Maier

    Olav @7: Va, pensiero…

    Sull’ ali dorate!

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