Sunday, July 17, 2011

Meet "The Bachmanns" Chapter 2

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Investigate the Bachmann clinic's anti-gay therapy

The Bachmann family clinic has received more than $137,000 in federal funds and provides therapy to convert gays to heterosexuality. Her clinic could be using taxpayer money to promote praying away the gay.

Join our request to the Department of Health and Human Services to investigate the Bachmann clinic's use of Medicaid money.


Dallas' Running of the Bulls

Last week, thousands of people lined the streets with enhanced levels of excitement and anticipation.
Many people have gathered around from various lands to participate in an extreme act of desperation that was observed by many spectators to survey the carnage at hand.
Once the announcement of this event spread throughout the masses, a surge of participants made sure that they can maintain their spot ahead of the competitive pack, charging on foot and braving the elements that beseech them.

No, this is not reflecting the time honored Spanish bull-run tradition of 2011 that's full of laughs and leisure:

These refers to the despicable arrangement in Dallas for housing public assistance taking place @ 6AM:

According to Human Services Department director Dr. Zachary Thompson. "Of course, we have people break line, running. That's to be expected." The scores of participants exceeded the department's expectations, but everyone who wanted an application got one in due process.
Mass confusion arose as the police forces where ill-prepared as well, leaving both public managing departments blaming each other for the amount of discord.

Not very surprising, after pulling statistical information from the United States Federal Reserve database, the rate of unemployment has breached nearly 9% of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington tri-city area (4th place largest metro in the U.S.). Given their population is nearly 6-million, that means over 500,000 without work, many looking for assistance along with those of the working poor engulfed with expenses.

These sort of events are far from isolated, a similar fallout took place in Atlanta less than 1-year ago, where the scale of human desperation reached tidal wave proportions.

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When the crowd thinned out at the Tri-Cities Plaza Shopping Center, the parking lot was a sprawling mess of discarded water bottles, crushed soda cans and cigarette packs. Kim Lemish, East Point Housing Authority executive director, said the Section 8 housing applications were made available by the city for the first time in eight years because a waiting list had been depleted.

Of course, it was a listed as day a success coming from East Point officials, as every applicant who arrived and desired an application received the application. Going further, the unemployment rate has reached a new critical high, hitting nearly 11% of the city's population of 5-million.

Was this a glorified game of chess; some mangled scene of sport meant to entertain the populace? Is this fun to watch from a spectator's perspective, watching humans surge about like a swarm of piranha?

There is much debate over the given ratio of people who look and use this kind of public aid. Many associate this course of action as taking hand-outs for the lazy, the term "parasites" have been used in frequent debates as well. There is a level of objectivity that must be used in reviewing a crisis of this magnitude, how are people trying to better themselves so that they are not included in this statistic?

People have an inherent desire to work, to achieve, there is a mechanism within us that has evolved to execute problem solving tactics. The most obtainable solution would be finding someway to support oneself, hence grabbing a spot in line in a job fair may place yourself in a different bracket of opportunity:

An even heavier, weighty debate that concerns many middle class men and women focusing on the very opportunity for jobs and prosperity. It is, very much indeed, the platform based on economic strategists that have outlined theories of "Trickle Down Economics". A platform bearing very obvious results that proved to be impactful to say the least, with constant scenes of desperation that appears to be mirrored with class-favoritism and one-sided rewards.

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Thursday, July 14, 2011

Meet "The Bachmanns"

"Marcus and his wife, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann are the parents of five children and have been foster parents to more than 20 children. The family lives in the St. Croix Valley."

Please, follow me into a visual assessment on how I analyze these series of images within my own personal thought processes:


I'm sure talk show staff writers are overjoyed having The Bachmanns readily available for public ridicule, granting them x-amount of comedic writing potential during a dismal economic reality.
I mean, come on; these antics are beyond laughable and the two of them offer little charismatic and authoritarian weight.

So much blatant hypocrisy that form waves of nausea at times, leaving one curious to know if these roles they artfully portray on an international stage are somehow engineered or fabricated.

Meet "The Bachmanns" 


Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Showdown @ Target

A continued momentum from the likes of Lady Gaga herself has been made to reconfirm the public's stances toward LGBT Equality. Gaga terminated her deal in Q1 2011 with the retail giant in order to set a precedence of much needed reevaluation while dealing with corporate intolerance.

There have been various efforts across the country that have been engineered to increase public awareness of Target's business practices of funding more than $150,000 towards Anti-Gay government benefactors. Protesters further spark the debate pertaining to these funds directed toward conservative Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer. Emmer opposes same-sex marriage and utilizes his campaign engine to proposed state constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage.

Perfection, thanks Rachel Maddow!

Target's approval rating from consumers have taken a noticeable nose-dive after these backdoor business tactics became public:

Emmer & Target, however, defended its donations as they're primary objective is to advance the organization, MN Forward, a political action group that advocates job creation within the state of Minnesota.

These terms proved quite contradictory coming from the LGBT community, now betrayed mainly because Target Corp. has long been seen as an ally by the gay rights movement.

The backlash has resulted with pockets of resistance all over the country and thankfully recorded in various fabulous forms:

Such dedication and complex choreography within the Target sales aisles is commendable and applaud worthy 4sure! Plus, the dude in the tophat and faux-tuxedo makes me smile everytime :c)

For the "announcer" to read her message with a straight face is admirable. Totally grossed out with "My Store" "My Building" robot speech. An unfortunate mind-wiped corporate-clone.

Shoppers with her mindset would impact Target in the most vulnerable weak-point. Yeah, I was thinking a kick to the family jewels too, but the sales revenue would speak louder than any speakerphone and flash-mob routine.

Plus, check out "LavenderPoppin's" blog which contains a response letter from a Target zombie Client Representative"

Try Again TARGET

Monday, July 11, 2011

My, What An Expensive Bottle Of Wine You've Got There...

Politicians… So crafty and so cunning.
Master manipulators that can easily carry a shroud of virtue, all the while, meticulously orchestrating an ulterior motive for selective advancement.
This level of deceit carries over into both major political parties, does not matter if they are an elephant or a donkey. Exploitation is a human condition; it is boundless, it is without race and nationality
The primary goal is to retain an office of political weight, in order distribute public tax dollars and fund their agendas.
John Edwards was caught in a media firestorm for a frivolous haircut costing $1,250. It’s egregious for a very public official to spend money from a questionable source.

Beverly Hills stylist Joseph Torrenueva tells the Washington Post that one of his haircuts for Democratic presidential hopeful John Edwards cost $1,250 because Torrenueva had to fly to Atlanta and missed two days of work as a result. Torrenueva's role came to light when two $400 cuts showed up on Edwards' campaign spending reports.
A recent run-in with another pretty-boy politician surfaced in early July dealing with Paul Ryan, a fan favorite that have won over the public’s hearts. Well… maybe not the entire public according this recording:

After maintaining diligence to alter the course of Medicare government spending, it would be in good karmatic interest to display economic understanding while in the public setting.

Krama, sharm-a…

This dude had a grand evening, while in company of a couple of affiliates/lobbyists(?), by drinking TWO bottles of $350 wine at a luxurious Washington D.C. bistro. A vigilant observer was able to take notice of the Jayer-Gilles 2004 Echezeaux Grand Cru offered to Ryan and his guests, the most expensive wine in the house along with one other with the same pricetag.

According to TPM website, the receipt was obtained and photographed below:

Apparently they were able to successfully split the bill. That still doesn’t ensure any increased level of chivalry towards his cause.



Politicians… as Mark Twain said, are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason.


Sunday, July 10, 2011

Debates with Capitalist Conservatives, Vol. 4

I will be chronicling my conversations with those who appear to be oblivious of social awareness, and quite surprisingly, quite comfortable with our current system of administration thank you very much!

Behold, the masses (Their identities shall be concealed for their own protection, but their avatars are just way too precious):
Topic: Left Action- America “For Sale or Sold Out”
   Tim E-fat Smith 
‎"Capitalism is slavery in a very polite form, you and I are only worth so many dollars, and that form of currency is depreciating by the hour"
      •   Grandy E.- You got sold out by the left who does not care about you unless you specifically agree with their narrow mindset. As for capitalism, where to do you think the money for jbos comes from (the lettuce patch)?

      • Tim E-fat Smith - Huh... lettuce patch? Ummm, job creation is the result of commerce. Multi-millionaires condoning slave labor camps in order to make a profit is completely different & sinister. You should ask yourself: WWJD?

      •  Patrick H. - You're right, Grandy... They don't get it!
People who work their asses off their whole life are greedy "evil" rich people BUT the people who don't want to work and think that it's their "right" to have those greedy "evil" rich people support them.

Now I ask, which one of them are REALLY the "greedy" ones?

      •  Marla L. - People must come before profit. 
      • Tim E-fat Smith - There's no greed here, only requesting equal taxation amongst ALL Americans. If you make more that 106K, the remainder is exempt from Social Security taxation. Otherwise, all of your check is taxed. Where's the equality in that?

      •   Patrick H. - @ Marla - It's the profit that allows a company to HIRE employees!

      • Tim E-fat Smith - I've heard that argument before... Check the unemployment statistics. Check the jobs that are outsourced for pennies on the dollar. If you say "BLAME OBAMA", I will LOL & lose all respect for you...