I find it more plausible that the Senate will re-introduce slavery.

(4 pm. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Armando warmed over some leftovers from prior to when he (and Eric Holder) went into a coma in early 2006 and missed the news over the next five and one half years concerning a couple of elections solidly entrenching the status quo on executive fiat, secrecy, and hardened criminality, the mugging of democracy by the Fed-backed gambling addicts, gajillion dollar bailouts and banks (still not) saved, society sacrificed, sovereign debt blowouts, some thing-a-ma-bobs about the extrajudicial dusting of Americans and suspending the Constitution (again!) for the sake of Battlefield America, etc., you get the idea.  He begins (bold mine):

An age old question for a progressive site like Daily Kos, one committed to advancing progressive values within the electoral system, has been embodied in what many of us thought could be a definitive ethos (Big Lebowski reference): “More and better Democrats.”

He then cites two political physicists discussing gravity and space-time curvature.  I only slightly re-arranged their equation and came up with a slightly different solution to achieve political escape velocity (Pve):

Pve = (2unipartiesGullibleMorons/really???)1/2

Where B (not shown) = universal constant of bullshit = shit is fucked up and bullshit

Also, neat graphic!


    • TMC on December 6, 2011 at 14:16

    spiraling into the black hole of the executive branch is Obama will veto the National Defense Authorization Act bill but not for the altruistic constitutional reasons that one might expect of a alleged Constitutional law “scholar”. He will veto the NDAA so that “enemy combatants” will be detained by the military and have their treatment come under the Geneva Convention which forbids torture. Yes, Obama still tortures by “outsourcing” it to place like Somalia and Afghanistan.

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