Sunday, November 01, 2009

Demoralized DUmmie: "I'm all out of outrage"

DEmoralized DUmmies are FUnnie DUmmies. Remember the Ramen Noodles DUmmie? Well, DUmmie Skidmore must be stocking up on Ramen Noodles bigtime considering his complete disappointment with Obama as you can see in his THREAD, "I'm all out of outrage." Yes, Barack Obama was elected last year with a huge majority in both houses of congress and STILL almost nothing positive has been done to help the economy. Only huge bailout bucks to the banks along with Porkulus with nothing to show for it except rising unemployment. As for healthcare, it looks like it will be stalled and possibly killed in the Senate. Even if passed, ObamaCare falls short of the beloved "single payer" (government run) health care that the DUmmies so desperately want. So let us now watch the DUmmies pour out their depressing frustration with The One in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, wondering where all those Obama halo pics from last year went, is in the [barackets]:

I'm all out of outrage.

[At least you're not all out of Ramen Noodles.]

Exhausted and feeling overwhelmed from the effort of trying to move mountains in an uncaring and, I'm coming to believe, undeserving world. SO buried in the detail of what needs to occur and what is occurring that I can no longer see either the forest or the trees and the world blends together in an amorphous grey mass. Beginnings and endings are illusions. I'm still one person among many one persons being cast aside by great forces and small, by friend and foe alike.

[Goodbye cruel world! You don't deserve me!]

I don't know about you, but I'm very rapidly losing the will to fight.

[Would it help if I made you TWO bowls of Ramen Noodles, shugums? And now on to the other demoralized DUmmies...]

With Obama as Prez and the Dems in control of everything, still being miserable and unhappy may mean it's personal, not political.

[Or mental.]

It actually hurts more to be betrayed by Obama and his do nothing Congress

[A once in the lifetime opportunity to get socialized medicine only to see it disappear due to incompetence. Wave bye-bye to that possibility even with an overwhelming majority in Congress.]

Sadly, I am one person stuck in a system that cares not a whit about myself and most others.

[You rank even less than the lint in my navel that I'm not staring at.]

You just need to recharge a bit.

[Just place your fingers on each electrode of this 1000 watt battery for that recharge.]

there has to be an alternative to the democrats. and all of us who can no longer stomach the cowardliness of the democrats, and the few remaining republicans with a shred of integrity (all 3 or 4 of them; if you still can stand to admit to being a republican, after the last eight years, you have no integrity), should move, en masse, to the new party.

[The Socialist Workers Party is recruiting.]

People out in the world are stressed to the max and getting meaner
and I'm finding it increasingly difficult to stick my head out the door when I need to go grocery shopping or do anything else.

[Perhaps you need to order out for the Ramen Noodles.]

I no longer turn on the TV, even for a little while. The people of this country have gotten too ugly and too self centered. Life has become horribly cheap to most of them. They see nothing outside of themselves. That in itself is causing me to lose hope.

[Give up...NOW!!!]

Those of us who practically spilled blood for Change and are told now to STFU while the President thanks NOT us, not Senator Wyden, not Rep. Weiner. No. He thanks Olympia Snowe! -- How else could we feel?

[What? And no thanks to Senator Lieberman? What ingratitude!]

I've worked in every presidential and most congressional elections since 1992. I don't expect so much as a thank you. But this?

[How about if Obama thanks you with a Ramen Noodles coupon?]

Lately I been giving a lot of thought to Michael Moore and his latest movie. I expected it to renew my convictions and refuel my will but the opposite happened. I am beginning to think that things are just too far gone and we are just doomed. The last line where he says that he is getting too tired to do this anymore almost sounded like an admission of defeat. The last couple of weeks I have been trying to find other more mundane things to occupy myself rather than the usual deep daily look into the pit of despair called humanity, it is just too depressing.

[The doctor prescribes an overdose of Prozac.]

But the whole healthcare reform has opened my eyes to one thing - it's a lot worse than anything I ever imagined. Our entire government has been penetrated by people who are either too cowed or corrupt to do the things that are necessary to protect the rights and interests of the American people. I think we have to start over and I don't just mean with healthcare or any other legislation.

[Bolshevik Revolution?]

I'm slowly coming to terms with the fact that my voice doesn't count for much when looking at the big picture. The only way I can cope is by tuning out. I've all but abandoned the corporate media, and don't even bother with Keith, Rachel, or Ed anymore.

[But please don't tell me that you've given up on Happy the Clown at the Funnie Farm.]

I don't post much anymore, except for an occasional comment or question. Most of the replies are just riddled with plain ugliness so it is not worth the effort. I miss interacting with some of those who were here at the beginning, when I joined. I know some of those who frequent now are here to sow dissent and to deceive. But then, again, I've found myself surprised that such venom could erupt here.

[Home? I have no home. Haunted... despised... living like an animal. The jungle is my home! But I will show the world that I can be its master. I shall perfect my own race of people... a race of atomic supermen that will conquer the world!]


Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

Sadly, I cannot find the article which observed (re:Hoffman v. Scozzofava), that Americans were seething with a burgeoning hatred of politics and political parties in general.

Once, "follow Obama and he will fix it", or "follow the Republicans and they will fix it", was something approaching "the norm".


Republican party hacks are being dragged out to the woodshed, and conservatives (the Tea Party), are making their voices heard!

Newt Gingrich has ended his career as surely as Dede 'Pink Whale' Scuzzywuzzy, and old news like Huckabee and Romney are not getting any traction.

Thank God.

It's time for a simple, conservative, business and miltary-experienced leader again.

And the best part is: all he/she will need to do for the first hundred days is renounce and neuter everything B-HO has done!

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

This isn't what I went looking for, but if DUmmies want something to whine about...

(from the article)
"What is there about dissent that drives the Obamians crazy? He goes after Fox. He whines about Rush Limbaugh. The town hallers are the mob. He provides Sean Hannity with his pre-show sound bites. His team ponders handing out NEA grants on the basis of being a toady. School girls sing his praises. What is next? Green “yes, we can” scarves and tiny little Audacity of Hope books to wave at rallies?"

Hee! The weeping and wailing has just begun!

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Elrond Hubbard said...

"The only way I can cope is by tuning out...and don't even bother with Keith, Rachel, or Ed anymore."

Tune in, turn on, drop out. (Who said that? I think it was troggy back in the hippie days.)

"I have been trying to find other more mundane things to occupy myself rather than the usual daily look into the pit of despair called humanity..."

And then depression set in. Someone help this poor DUmmie get his groove back.

"I no longer turn on the TV...The people of this country have gotten too ugly and self-centered."

That's not a TV, it's a mirror!

Jeez, the poor DUmmies, every bellyache becomes a cosmic statement. I actually feel sorry for the poor saps. They're little children who don't realize politics is an adult game.

Time to turn off your computers, pick up the empty pizza boxes, go outside and rake the leaves.

10:13 PM  
Anonymous Corona said...

Rage and despair. The on/off switch of the socialists.

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poor Dummies! Those of us who work for a living are being mean and self-centered by wanting to keep what we earn instead of having it extorted from us by the commielibs in government to pay for YOUR medical care, YOUR food, YOUR shelter? Kindly grow the fuck up, get out of your parents' basement, get a job, and pay your own damned way. Then, if you have any left over, you can contribute to a charity to help those who can't help themselves. But, I guarantee that if the social programs disappeared tonight, tomorrow there would be a shitload of former welfare recipients out applying for the jobs that illegal aliens had that "Americans wouldn't do."

11:38 AM  
Anonymous troglaman said...

"Poor Dummies! Those of us who work for a living are being mean and self-centered by wanting to keep what we earn instead of having it extorted from us by the commielibs in government to pay for YOUR medical care, YOUR food, YOUR shelter?" dumbshit anon

No, you kindly grow the fuck up, little johnny anon.

"Those of us who work for a living are being mean and self-centered by wanting to keep what we earn instead of having it extorted from us by the commielibs." comically stupid anon

Here's what's wrong with your incredibly stupid declaration - I work for a living. And your "Those of us that work..." categorization doesn't apply to me or many many other working people. So that statement is a dangerously expanding bladder of shit about to explode. A Dexbladshitxp

***Obama Teaching Moment***

If you intentionally or accidentally come upon a dexbladshitxp, run for your fucking lives. We now return you to your regular programming.

It's also pretty damn funny that you see yourself as "mean and self-centered.".

Let's engage in a little experiment. I want you all to think back to the last time when you were called "mean and self-centered" and picture the person who said it.

My, troglaman's, work here is done.

12:31 AM  
Anonymous DumbAss Tanker said...

You may have a job, but working for a living? Come now, Troggy, you are unfairly presuming us to be rather credulous there.

10:45 AM  
Blogger ruptured lumbar said...

Hey Trog, How are things at the Post Office anyway?

10:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How are things at the Post Office anyway?

Honestly, I doubt piltdownman's been back lately to see if they've replaced the "Wanted" poster that he tore off the wall.



8:50 AM  

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