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Nov
08

Obama’s Civilian Informant Brigade

Obama is America’s second best bullshitter politician behind William Jefferson Blythe III. His masterful combination of Dr. Milton Erickson’s conversational hypnotic skills and substance-free aspirational rhetoric has duped many a naive voter. The pied political piper artfully provided the peeps what they wanted to see and hear. Now the rope-a-dope is on (U.S. imperialists out of Iraq??? Yeah, right).

spyAccording to Barack “Hussein in the Membrane” Obama, the feds, state and local police, and the rent-a-cops just aren’t enough to instill fear in the hearts of the proles these days. The Kenyan-born crack-smoker is calling for a “civilian national security force” that is just as “powerful, strong, and as well funded” as the U.S. military.

I guess that Obama didn’t get the memo regarding W’s deployment of the 3rd Infantry Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team to police the streets of America. But then again, you can’t have to many eyes and ears in your delicate new regime. I can’t wait to submit my application for neighborhood surveillance captain in the Obama corps.

I seriously doubt that Obama’s handlers have clued him in on how many zeros are in the military defense budget. But then again, money is not an issue when you can forcibly extract whatever you need from a minority of the population with a progressive income tax. Democracy is but a fragile specimen that atrophies when the shmoes figure out how easy it is to vote in a wealth re-distributor to lighten the load.

Just like under W’s civil liberty deprivation regime, the change we can believe also wants to shit on your privacy. Obama claimed that the Bush administration had “abused [its] authority and undermined the Constitution by intercepting the communications of innocent Americans without their knowledge or the required court orders”. Soon afterwards, he dutifully cast his Senate vote in favor of immunizing telecoms from liability for handing over private communications to the government.

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With his telecom immunity flip-flop vote, maybe Obama just wanted a little more intelligence on the American people to buttress his civilian informant brigade field reports. The audacity of snoops.

My friends, we live in the greatest nation in the history of the world. I hope you’ll join with me as we try to change it ~ Barack Obama


10 Responses to “Obama’s Civilian Informant Brigade”


  1. 1 Manco
    November 5, 2008 at 1:50 am

    Peepers: It’s a good night to be an American. It’s also a historic night for people in this country who have had to suffer atrocities simply to attain some measure of equality. People in this country moved their ass and sent a clear message that they want fundamental change, that they expect fundamental change. It could be the first stirring of the paradigm shift that progressive-minded people have been longing for years, decades, centuries. If Obama doesn’t get the job done, we’ll try again. But until then I think you need to take your fear-mongering bullshit and stuff it up your pasty, elitist ass. Of course, what would you have to write about?

    It’s not that I don’t value your insight into these topics (I keep coming back to read your posts) or completely disagree with some of your views, but I think the cynicism inherent in all those who question reality can be a detriment once we allow it to completely overtake us and destroy our ability to rationalize a situation. Maybe, just maybe, we’ve been deprived of leaders for so long that we have no idea when one actually comes along. Who knows if Obama is going to be a great leader, but I’m willing to give it a chance.

    The bottom line is that Obama will be the most scrutinized President in this country’s history. If he fucks up even a little bit, he’ll have to deal with the consequences. He’s not going to get a free ride after the constitutional attacks by government over the course of the last eight years and beyond. People who understand realize the abuses of power that Bush has engaged in can be carried on if there is no oversight. If he has any nefarious ideas you can bet that people – both right, left and center – will be on it.

    Regarding this election: as a person who has been incredibly critical of my fellow citizens I am pleased to see the passion displayed by people in this country after so many years of ambivalence, short-sightedness, prejudice, stupidity, ignorance and corruption. In short: it felt really good to witness this and I have a little hope for the future. It may add up to nothing but I’m willing to give the guy a chance.

    Let’s see where it goes.

    “If by a ‘Liberal’ they mean someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reactions, someone who cares about the welfare of the people — their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil rights, and their civil liberties — someone who believes we can break through the stalemate and suspicions that grip us in our policies abroad, if that is what they mean by a ‘Liberal,’ then I’m proud to say I’m a ‘Liberal.'” John F. Kennedy

  2. November 5, 2008 at 2:16 am

    Every night is a good night to be a Earthly inhabitant my friend. Your assumption that positive change for the human condition can be accomplished through the political process is our fundamental disagreement.

    I may be pasty, elitist, unenlightened, and pessimistic, but I ain’t no sucker. I been kicked around the curb a dozen too many times to fall for the politician’s perennial promise of change and the new dawn. I don’t believe in leaders… period.

  3. 3 Manco
    November 5, 2008 at 2:20 pm

    We can settle this with a butter knife fight if you want?

  4. 4 Timotheus
    November 6, 2008 at 12:26 pm

    Manco,

    “We can settle this with a butter knife fight if you want?”

    You going soft, dawg? That’s a change I can believe in, bro bro.

    Timotheus

  5. 5 Manco
    November 6, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    Timotheus: Shut your fucking face.

  6. 6 Hot Prophet
    November 7, 2008 at 7:34 am

    Peeps,

    I’m afraid I’m with Manco on this one, bro.

  7. 7 Timotheus
    November 7, 2008 at 12:18 pm

    Madcow,

    That’s no way to show your “new dawn” attitude. Johnny and I now expect you to rise up to the challenges your people face with a new found dignity and honor….or, as I predict, you’ll just be the same old angry bro bro.

    Timotheus

  8. November 7, 2008 at 1:17 pm

    Manco: I abhor violence of almost any kind (unless it is initiated by a black leather clad dominatrix with a cat-o-nine). If you insist on a butter knife deal to settle our differences, I accept your challenge. Make sure you have updated your organ donor status prior to our encounter.

    Timmy: I ask you that you please refrain from taunting Mr. Manco. He is a gentle soul that takes great displeasure in enduring blog comment provocateurs, mud facials, and rectal polyp extraction procedures. I also request that you acknowledge the demise of your corrupt political party and pledge your fealty to the Obama empire.

    Hot Prophet: Thanks for stopping by kind sir. I hope that our political differences will not have a negative bearing on our friendship and deep respect for one another. You are a wise man with a keen political insight. That being said, man is cursed with a fallible nature.

  9. 9 dummidumbwit
    November 7, 2008 at 3:40 pm

    Bless you Johnny, you shifted gears as fast as I did!!!


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