Random Thoughts: Government Isn’t Peaceful

Posted on February 26, 2013 9:30 am

Maybe CPAC should just have a sign out front that says, “You must be this conservative to enter” and have a picture of… I dunno.. Boehner.

You’re not a peaceful person if you’re for the expansion of government. Government only has power b/c it can use force to back its edicts.

Like in NYC, if you keep selling 32oz sodas, eventually people with guns will come after you. Isn’t that crazy?

If they need any more speakers for CPAC, I can maybe make myself available. My price is one million dollars.

You expect comic book characters to come back to life, but bringing back Jason Todd (the 2nd Robin) was really really stupid.

Jason Todd being around almost ruined the impact of the recent arc with dead face Joker.

I’m only offended when The Onion does political clapper humor. I expect more from them.

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12 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Government Isn’t Peaceful”

  1. FredKey says:

    Doesn’t anyone stay dead in comic books anymore? The original Red Bee will be back anytime now, I guess. Worse than the soap operas.

  2. burt says:

    If CPAC is only willing to pay you $1M for speaking fees, they are not really serious about wanting to take back the Senate.

  3. Dodsfall says:

    Setting the bar at Boehner-height makes it a pretty low threshold for entrance.

  4. Zaklog the Great says:

    ^Dodsfall, that’s exactly what I was thinking. Boehner isn’t much of a bar to clear. Honestly, I can’t think of a good politician for that position.

    Here’s the problem, in my view: One in public office, in order to remain true to conservative principles, an elected official must turn away power at every opportunity. As any conservative will tell you, this runs directly contrary to human nature. Thus, while it’s easy to elect as liberal a statist loon as you want, putting a true conservative in office (and keeping them so while in office) is very, very difficult.

  5. Carpenter says:

    Pier Luigi Bersani, the so-called “ex-communist” and current Secretary of the Democratic Party is likely to win the general election in Italy. Another one bites the dust….

  6. Zaklog the Great says:

    Amended maxim: “Power corrupts, and people in power become big government ‘liberals’.” Hmmm . . . what does that say about liberals in general?

  7. Iowa Jim says:

    If I were selling soda in New York, I’d just use metric sizes. “See, it’s not more than 32 oz. It’s only one liter!”

  8. zzyzx says:

    Thank God the people of NYC are too stupid to buy two sixteen ounce sodas with their meals. Or one sixteen ounce soda and then get a refill.

  9. Oppo says:

    “Government only has power b/c it can use force to back its edicts.”

    Bunker humor: “Stifle yerself, Edict!”

  10. Oppo says:

    “You must be this conservative to enter”

    How about rating it R; or PG-17: “Minors in Favor of Progressively Gutting any of the first 17 Amendments Must Be Accompanied by Parent or Guardian”

  11. Grand Larsen E. says:

    I know this is stooping to their level, but anyone else notice that the Onion is kind of a c*cksucker? Just asking.

  12. Son of Bob says:

    “Maybe CPAC should just have a sign out front that says, “You must be this conservative to enter” and have a picture of… I dunno.. Boehner.”

    Maybe John Boehner should just go somewhere else to get drunk.

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