Monday, November 5, 2012

I know exactly what she means...

Pundits are describing 4-year-old Abigael Evans as an "internet sensation"--after her mother posted her endearing cries for mercy, correctly echoing all of our deepest feelings!

Tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney



Viewed almost 12 million times, Abigael wins the DEAD AIR prize for sincerity, during this 2012 election.

10 comments:

D. said...

Poor kid. Mom hasn't explained about getting this every four years, has she?

We were still allowed to be children when I was four.

JoJo said...

Oh my that was too cute and I can relate so much. Please lord let it be over soon. I can't stand it anymore either.

High Arka said...

If you want the show to stop, stop buying tickets. Stay home. Stop pretending that shuffling into a little booth to scratch a paper for one of two Goldman Sachs executives will have any bearing upon your life, except for the 1-3 hours you'll waste in doing so.

...stop tarnishing your soul by granting license to those who slaughter children.

DaisyDeadhead said...

High Arka, did you miss the Jill Stein posts? Are you speaking to me personally or just in general?

High Arka said...

Just in general. This one did miss those posts, but will go back in your recent posts to catch up. :)

(Aside from that, remember that election turnout justifies the claim that imperialism has the support of "democracy." Even with sorta strong third parties under a parliamentary system, Britain manages to be America's little slave-boy every time we need to appear multicultural by forming a coalition to blow up brown children. But we needn't argue the Stein v. nonvoting stuff here; Stein is much less of an evil than the mainstream options.)

DaisyDeadhead said...

High Arka, aren't you in Massachusetts? If so, there is no difference for YOU, but in most states, there is no health insurance plan AT ALL and people rightly feel as if they have been thrown to the dogs. They are voting for Obamacare, if nothing else. Romney has vowed to repeal it, and that is a very real difference.

As I have laboriously explained to you before: PLEASE show some sympathy for those folks not lucky enough to live in a blue state, okay?

DaisyDeadhead said...

And yes, I am cynical, since my state is run by androids who have convinced most hyperChristian southerners that Obama is a Muslim and therefore my state goes red every time... nonetheless, the criticism stands.

High Arka said...

Even if they're deluded into believing that buying something from evil health insurance companies is good for them, the moral choice to support mass child murder in exchange for said good thing is not a positive one.

We can fight later about whether being forced by the might of the IRS and foreclosing/evicting county sheriffs to buy a product from a limited set of elite providers is a good thing or not.

But the moral problem would remain. It makes it easier when you consider that those willing to mass-murder children with robots will also be unlikely to give special doctor visits to different children. The "Obama" entity is dangerous not just for little kids far away, but for little kids here.

DaisyDeadhead said...

Agreed, kill lists are horrible, hence my decision to vote Green... actually I joined the Green Party right after Obama got the (cough) Nobel Peace Prize.

Its Bizarro World, Superman!

High Arka said...

<3

Since you spoke again of the divide between Massachusetts and the South, consider that Obamacare is pretty much a targeted strike against the South. People in Massachusetts will, in more cases, be able to continue paying for the ridiculously-priced "health insurance" that they already have, while people in the South--more of whom either don't have it already, or whose employers will cut it once the law goes into practical effect in a few years--will be assessed more regressive taxes by the approximately $750 yearly fine for not buying their own insurance.

By that token, Romney would be a better selfish, terrible choice for any southerner who wants to save more money for irresponsible things like food and shelter.