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.

What The Fucke Is Really Wrong With Right-Wing Filth?

Their brains are defective, due to incessant programming with conceptual structures that are both riddled from stem to stern with logical impossibilities and internal inconsistencies, and also grossly incommensurate in every important detail with discernible external reality. Years of forcing oneself to operate with such a disrupted mental structure requires continuous rejection of the patently obvious evidence of the senses. This then causes long-term defects in neuronal circuit function that preclude proper neuronal information processing, for the same exact reason that fucking around with the sensory environment of an experimental animal to make it appear to violate the laws of physics and/or causality induces severe defects in neural circuit wiring and synaptic connecticity.

Republican Filth Getting What They Want: Amoral White-Asse Greedfucke Pigges Losing Control of Deranged White-Asse Christian Racist Pigges For Whom They Purchased Congressional Seats

As the government shutdown grinds toward a potential debt default, some of the country’s most influential business executives have come to a conclusion all but unthinkable a few years ago: Their voices are carrying little weight with the House majority that their millions of dollars in campaign contributions helped build and sustain.