Tag: inaction

Imagine it’s the year 2020

Imagine it’s election season in 2020 … you look around the economic and political and media landscape in America — and you’re asking yourself “What Happened?

VP Paul Ryan is Leading in all the Insta-Polls.

Ryan is considered a shoe-in after spearheading President Pence’s Ultimate Govt Diet Plan for the last 8 years.  Even though Ryan’s only real accomplishment was leading American Prosperity’s many market research programs.

Ryan must be credited with figuring out exactly How to Sell the Dog Food — and making it “palatable to the majority of the people”.   Afterall, the Pundit Class was stunned when Mike Pence eked out that Win in 2012 — given how he insisted on running on the GOP original slogan:  Time to Deconstruct Run-away Government.

With that surprise upset-win, which sent Obama packing, VP Paul Ryan seized the opportunity to get out of the number-crunching business, and move into the world of high-octane Messaging …

Who knew that an Ultra-Conservative — turned Marketing Guru — could actually become the “Leader of the Free-Market World“?

The 2020 Polls are ticking …

11/2/2010 The Great Sit In


If the so-called progressive Democratic Party succeeds passing the Health Insurance Corporate Welfare bill without a public option, I’m staging a Sit In…On Election Day.

You’re all invited!

It’s easy to organize!

It requires almost no effort on the part of the participants!

Imagine a Sit In all across our nation.

If you want to demonstrate this in-action activism outside your own home you could stop by your polling place, walk in, sing a bar of Alice’s Restaurant, and walk out without voting.

It can start with just one person, if just one person does it they may think he’s a Crazy Third Party Naderite and they’ll ignore him.  And if two people, two people do it, in Harmony, they may think they’re both F-ing Rahmtarded Liberals and no big threat.  Where are they going to go anyway?

And if three people do it, three, can you imagine, three people walking in singin a bar of Alice’s Restaurant and walking out. They may think it’s an organization.  And can you, can you imagine fifty people in one day, I said fifty people in one day walking in singin a bar of Alice’s Restaurant and walking out.  

They may think it’s a movement.