Narcissistic Elitists

In case you have your head stuck in a hole and haven’t seen the news, you missed the remarkably stupid remarks by John Marx Kerry made earlier this week. In the interest of journalistic integrity, I will give you the exact quote:

“You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. And if you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq”

Now, Kerry says he was referring to George W. Bush, not the troops. However, that’s not what he said, and he’s since said adamantly that he will “apologize to no one” for his comments.

Let’s not forget that George W. Bush had BETTER grades than Kerry at Yale. So even if he WAS talking about Bush, the statement is still ignorant, inaccurate, and wrong.

So let’s go a step further. Remember during the 2004 election, when it came out that Kerry was a vocal anti-war protestor after his very brief stint in Vietnam? He has never made a secret of the fact that he is anti-war, anti-military, and anti-middle class.

It should come as no surprise to us that he is now dogging on the military and W’s strong stance on national defense. He tried during the campaign to do his “I didn’t really say what I said” thing, with regard to the Vietnam war, but it was paper thin and stupid.

If you don’t believe me that the Dems feel uber-special about themselves, remember the argument that there was a “back door draft.” In other words, all of the stupid, ignorant, uneducated, and poor people were being forced into the military for lack of better options. The Dems firmly believe that the people in the military are stupid idiots. Their entire stance for years has shown their incredible bias against the military.

What’s the root? Well, the Democratic party has LONG been anti-middle class. The Democratic elite (John Marx Kerry, Hillary “kill all the babies” Clinton, Howard “Yeehaaa” Dean, etc.) think the middle class is dumb, uneducated, and unable to take care of themselves or look out for their own interests. Thus the need for the government to dictate everything.

The Democrats want to have the middle and lower classes “on the dole” so they can make all of the decisions. If you read my article on the book “What’s the Matter with Kansas” you know that the views are prevalent among upper class Dems.

Why is this? The Democratic elite think that there is a power class… that they are entitled… nay, ordained by their great intellects, to be in charge of everything. As Cartman says, “I am in charge, and you will respect my authoritah.”

I don’t know what’s going to happen next Tuesday, but I will say that if the Democrats get the house and/or senate, things in America aren’t going to get better. Our military might will be further eroded, our tough stance on terrorism will be softened, and our taxes will go up to fund social programs… handouts… for those the Dems believe are too stupid to fend for themselves.

On the other hand, if they win next Tuesday, I’ll have LOTS more fodder to talk about on here, so it’s not a total loss.

  15 comments for “Narcissistic Elitists

  1. November 1, 2006 at 10:37 am

    You mean I missed an opportunity to see John Kerry make an ass of himself again? DAMN!!!

  2. November 1, 2006 at 10:47 am

    You’ve got to stop naming your posts after me; your girlfriend is going to get suspicious.

  3. November 1, 2006 at 10:48 am

    First, I’m going to say (not surprisingly) that republicans are JUST AS ELITIST as democrats. I also think ALL of Congress seems to hate the middle class these days, which bothers the shit out of me. I think John Kerry’s kind of a moron, and while I think his statement might be a little bit true, he should know better and keep his mouth shut (have we learned nothing from the Mel Gibson fiasco? It’s ok to hate entire groups of people, just don’t go screaming it from the rooftops). God, I really hope the democrats get their heads out of their ass (heh) and find a decent candidate for 2008.

  4. November 1, 2006 at 10:52 am

    Andria, I would LOVE it if the Dems come up with a good candidate for 2008. I hate having to vote for the “lesser of two evils” and I’d much rather vote for a person of character, regardless what party they represent.

  5. November 1, 2006 at 11:17 am

    You know, I was a big Howard Dean fan, and I felt bad when that tape of him trying to motivate his campaigners got turned into the media calling him crazy. It’s sad that something that silly can ruin an entire campaign. I just really really really REALLY hope it’s not Hilary Clinton. God help us.

  6. November 1, 2006 at 11:22 am

    Let’s not forget that Howard Dean lined his pockets with 20 million bucks by suing people. If you think frivilous lawsuits are bad, that’s an important fact to remember in 08.

  7. November 1, 2006 at 12:31 pm

    That’s true… that’s why I may be wearing my ‘Stewart/Colbert ’08’ shirt soon. I know you’re probably going to roll your eyes, but I really like Borak Obama. He might be too young now, but I have hope for him. And, well, anything’s better than Hilary.

  8. November 1, 2006 at 12:34 pm

    You ain’t lying!

    There are many WORSE candidates than Obama… although his name is WAY too close to Osama…

  9. Wen
    November 1, 2006 at 1:00 pm

    John Kerry is an ass. I watched his “speech” last night on the news (he was here in Ca “stumping” for Phil Angeliedes- another jackass) and I was completely astounded. To be honest I hate all politians- right and left.

  10. November 1, 2006 at 1:02 pm


    John Marx Kerry, the choice of discriminating elitist snobs and a-holes since 1988.

  11. November 1, 2006 at 1:12 pm

    Yeah, he does have the unfortunate burden of having a name that sounds just like Osama, but he seems like he’s not sold his soul to the devil (or the lobbyists, you choose) yet, and actually cares about this country and its people, and it doesn’t seem like many people in Washington still do. I really wish they would enact term limits in Congress, and kick out everyone that’s served more than two terms. Incumbents only care about keeping their cushy perk-filled government job, and as long as people vote like robots (incumbency rate is 98%), they will.

    Ok. I’m done now.

  12. Dave
    November 1, 2006 at 1:13 pm

    HAHA, you all crack me up. I’m glad that Dems and Republicans alike can unite in thinking Kerry is an idiot. That’s bipartisan progress there!

  13. November 1, 2006 at 1:28 pm

    Awww. I miss hearing clips of “the Dean” yelp….

  14. BlackJack
    November 1, 2006 at 2:23 pm

    Term limits – protecting us from ourselves. That’s what made America great huh?
    That way we don’t have to pay attention to our representative’s performance, hold people accountable, and reward others with re-election. I just love the idea of making law that gives me less control………….yeah…. I like that a lot. Wait! How about we just rotate people through congress like jury duty? Yes the random nature of it all would guarantee mediocrity (Incredipete, run a probability model and report back) That way some of those participating in this thread can have another way to help relieve themselves of the burden representative democracy brings.

  15. November 1, 2006 at 9:00 pm

    JEEZE, I never knew I was a democrat. But I LOATHE Stupid people, and it sounds like Kerry does too. But I also want to kill them at birth and not wait for them to populate our military.

    C’MON NORTH KOREA!! drop the big one and lets start over!

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