December 27, 2013

In other words, grow up [Darleen Click]

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We are a nation of sneering Peter Pans.

Posted by Darleen @ 8:49am
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  1. Why does Tea Party Daddy gotta be such a h8r?

  2. Because he already bought Junior a car and six or more years of college. It’s time to pay the piper.

  3. Hahahaha. I just can’t get over how you guys are freaking out about pajama boy. I think this is the third post about him. Remind me again, why do you hate him so?

  4. I bring you pajama boy in all his leftist douchebag glory.

    A walking talking stereotype of your typical leftist douchebag.

  5. I think that any “young adult” who is still living at home, appearing as a dependent on Mom & Dad’s income taxes, and is still on their parent’s insurance should be allowed to do so, but they forfeit their vote until they set up their own place or join the military.

    The reason that the 18yo got the vote was because they were being drafted for Vietnam, and the argument was easy: “We’ll let them go out and fight and (maybe) die, but won’t let them have a say in how things are run?”

    The inverse should also be true. “We’re letting them have a say about how society is run without consequences, given that they don’t pay into society — no rent, no utility payments, no acts of supporting themselves?”

    Authority and responsibility are opposite sides of the same coin. Authority without responsibility is the “backseat driver syndrome”, while responsibility without authority is scapegoat-ism.

  6. Remind me again, why do you hate him so?

    Why do progressive morons like you always mistake disdain and pity for hate?

    Is it so when you see that disdain and pity in the eyes of people as they look at you, you can pretend that it is okay for you to “hate them back” instead of trying to fix the problems in your own life that caused the pity in the first place?

  7. It’s just generational grumpiness. As the cartoon implies, it’s the championing of balding old white men who scold people for life choices they don’t agree with. Archie Bunkerism at it’s worst.

  8. Pajama Boy makes us laugh, Slappy. I don’t hate him. I hate you.

  9. I think that any “young adult” who is still living at home, appearing as a dependent on Mom & Dad’s income taxes, and is still on their parent’s insurance should be allowed to do so, but they forfeit their vote until they set up their own place or join the military. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comments

    1. How do you know he’s living at home.
    2. Who cares what you think.
    3. Why do you hate kids going to college?

    Why do progressive morons like you always mistake disdain and pity for hate? – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comments

    Why doest thou disdain him so?

    I hope you guys keep talking about him actually – it’s just more publicity for Obamacare.

  10. >who scold people for life choices they don’t agree with. Archie Bunkerism at it’s worst. <

    tell that to glaad

  11. >Why do you hate kids going to college?<

    most of don't need to involved with that scam

  12. Archie Bunkerism at it’s worst.

    Archie Bunker? Isn’t that the guy who had the unemployed progressive schmuck his daughter married living under his roof in her childhood bedroom instead of providing a home for his own family?

    You must be the worst of Meathead, dale.

  13. If Obama had a son, he’d be Pajama Boy. Barack gave birth to Pajama Boy!
    https://twitter.com/BarackObama/status/413079861922508800

    Speaking of the Obamas, Mçhelle is furious! http://www.nation.com.pk/entertainment/25-Dec-2013/obama-michelle-living-apart

    Michelle was left furious after Barack was photographed brazenly flirting with Denmark’s dishy female prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt, during the service for former South African president Nelson Mandela. Obama, 52, laughed and whispered with the 46-year-old Danish beauty throughout the solemn ceremony, at one point cavalierly caressing her shoulder. “Barack already had enough headaches with his public approval rating plummeting after the disastrous rollout of his ‘Obamacare’ health plan. Now he’s walked smack into the worst marital crisis of his life,” said the White House insider.

    Reggie Love hardest hit.

    Wait…

  14. >who scold people for life choices they don’t agree with. Archie Bunkerism at it’s worst. <

    tell that to bloomberg

  15. Why are you so judge-y, steve?

  16. Oh, well, that imbedded link is bad. Here:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BbiPMHqCYAADUDL.png

  17. 1. How do you know he’s living at home.
    2. Who cares what you think.
    3. Why do you hate kids going to college?

    1. Irrelevant to the point being made. (Try and keep up, do.)
    2. You obviously do.
    3. I don’t hate them, I just think that as long as they are leeching off others and living as children, they should be treated as children, not adults, which means no vote. Why do you want to let those who have no responsibility decide how much you pay in taxes?

    If they want to go to college and also have a vote, let them get a job and pay rent somewhere other than Mom & Dad’s.

    When you grow up, you get to speak with an adult’s voice. If you are still living in Mom & Dad’s basement at 40, then you don’t deserve to have a say in elections.

    “Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” — Thomas Paine

  18. Who cares what you think.

    The mendacious twat who won’t go away and feels the need to lecture us, obviously.

  19. who scold people for life choices they don’t agree with. Archie Bunkerism at it’s worst

    As long as the little shits can pay for their own life choices, fine. When do their narcissistic choices become OUR problem? When they expect others to cover their self-marginalized asses from collected taxes, that’s OUR problem. Give ‘em a fish, they’ll but eat it, and come back for more tomorrow. Teach them to fish? are you kidding me? These who are expectant life-long children Leftists can’t be bothered to learn how to help themselves.

    So YOU, steverrhoid, adopt a few more and care for them on your dime. Or do you have kids you’re raising to be Democratic losers too?

  20. “We’re letting them have a say about how society is run without consequences, given that they don’t pay into society — no rent, no utility payments, no acts of supporting themselves?”

    To be fair, they do tend to contribute an awful lot in liquor taxes…

  21. 1. How do you know he’s living at home.

    1. Irrelevant to the point being made. (Try and keep up, do.)

    You wrote this as a comment to a post about pajama boy. Try to remember the topic.

  22. Let them catch their own fish. Fishing isn’t that hard.

  23. As long as the little shits can pay for their own life choices, fine. When do their narcissistic choices become OUR problem? When they expect others to cover their self-marginalized asses from collected taxes, that’s OUR problem. Give ‘em a fish, they’ll but eat it, and come back for more tomorrow. Teach them to fish? are you kidding me? These who are expectant life-long children Leftists can’t be bothered to learn how to help themselves.

    How do you know pajama boy isn’t paying his own way?

    So YOU, steverrhoid, adopt a few more and care for them on your dime. Or do you have kids you’re raising to be Democratic losers too?
    - See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045649

    …he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year…

  24. he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year

    BWHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

    [deep breath]

    BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

    [pick self off floor, wipes tears]

  25. 1. A sneering man-child who would deign to lecture his loved ones about his failing, toxic, deeply unpopular political project on Christmas.
    2. A feckless political machine which would decide to promote the sneering man-child as a means to garner positive (Please talk about how great it is in theory and stop talking about how deeply it sucks in reality! Pleeeeeease!) publicity to their failed project.
    3. Regular Americans who are sick to death of being lectured to by sneering hipsters and the cynical political machines they volunteer for.

    Guess which one PajamaSteve thinks has an attitude problem?

  26. I hope you guys keep talking about him actually – it’s just more publicity for Obamacare.

    When it comes to name recognition, it is true that there is no such thing as bad publicity. (Ask Charlie Sheen.) But when it comes to people approving and accepting, bad publicity is exactly that. (Ask the man who said “What good fortune for governments that the people do not think.” His initials are A.H., and he committed suicide back in April, 1945.)

    But by all means, keep pushing the “PajamaBoy = ObamaCare”, since that’s been working SO well up til now.

  27. …he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year…

    Nope, try again. You likely work for Government, if you work at all. You don’t display the character or characteristics of a business owner, or even of a real business owner’s employee, excepting possibly janitorial staff.

  28. How do you know pajama boy isn’t paying his own way?

    IRRELEVANT. Try and keep up, Dog Vomit. Things will proceed so much more smoothly when you stop making such an ass of yourself.

  29. I’ll bet you a dollar that PajamaSteve’s wildly successful business doesn’t have a website he can link us to.

  30. I’ll raise you a dollar, Squid.

  31. At the top of my Christmas list this year, I asked for a fly that regrew its wings within a few minutes, so that I could just keep pulling them off over and over again. I must have been a good boy this year, because Santa brought me PajamaSteve…

  32. he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year
    BWHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
    - See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045653

    I know, right? If it’s true, it’s almost certain you won’t believe it.

    Nope, try again. You likely work for Government, if you work at all. You don’t display the character or characteristics of a business owner, or even of a real business owner’s employee, excepting possibly janitorial staff. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045653

    Go talk to RI Red. I posted a screen shot of my tax returns and retirement account balance.

    Again, if it’s true, you probably won’t believe it.

    How do you know pajama boy isn’t paying his own way? IRRELEVANT. Try and keep up, Dog Vomit. Things will proceed so much more smoothly when you stop making such an ass of yourself. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045653

    You’re writing all these rants about how the world should be in response to a post about pajama boy. Refresh your memory on the topic, and then post. I get that many of you frequently walk into a room and forget why you went there. Try harder.

  33. life choices they don’t agree with.

    Right. Being a useless human parasite is just a “life choice.”

    Get a job.

  34. Remember how Thorazine used to brag about how much money he made?

  35. I’ll bet you a dollar that PajamaSteve’s wildly successful business doesn’t have a website he can link us to. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045664

    Just as soon as you send over the phone number and email address of your boss.

    I’ll raise you a dollar, Squid.

    You too.

  36. Pajama Boy’s afraid of being doxed, which is something his proggie pals do. Whassamatta, PJB? Afraid they won’t approve of all the time you spend among us bumpkins, and will try to get you fired?

  37. …he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year… –

    The irony of this statement is just too much. What exactly does it mean? That you make so much money, paying extra taxes doesn’t matter? That if serr8d (or any of us) make less than you … we … what? I dun’t understand.

    You just put that there to brag. I, for one, am unimpressed.

  38. You’re writing all these rants about how the world should be in response to a post about pajama boy

    PajamaBoy is merely an exemplar — deliberately made so — of the group I am discussing. Whether or not he personally actually fits into the group he is attempting to represent in that failure of an ad for a failed policy is IRRELEVANT to the ACTUAL members of the group. It is those losers — again, PajamaBoy is merely the idealized example of such a loser — to which I am referring.

    exempli gratis, when Meryl Streep portrayed a farmer’s wife in some movie or other, that did not mean she was actually the wife of a farmer, merely that she represented an example of the group. (She did so so effectively that some progressives brought her to testify to Congress about agricultural issues as an “expert witness”, even though she was already onto her next project.)

    Like I said, DO try and keep up.

  39. You’re writing all these rants about how the world should be in response to a post about pajama boy.

    You seem to have Drumwaster confused with Michael Ramirez. This is probably because you’re fucking stupid.

  40. You just put that there to brag. I, for one, am unimpressed.

    Indeed, Carin. steve is liking have our own Walter Mitty.

  41. Drum,

    PajamaBoy, AKA Krup, is a loser. The guy is a walking case study of why “The Onion” is flailing for relevancy these days.

    PajamaBoy leads by example, as it were.

  42. Not Walter. Waldo Kitty.

  43. PajamaBoy is merely an exemplar — deliberately made so — of the group I am discussing. Whether or not he personally actually fits into the group he is attempting to represent in that failure of an ad for a failed policy is IRRELEVANT to the ACTUAL members of the group. It is those losers — again, PajamaBoy is merely the idealized example of such a loser — to which I am referring. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comments

    And I’m taking issue with the notion that pajama boy is made to appear as someone who lives at home and doesn’t work. Where’s your evidence that this is what pajama boy was designed to portray?

  44. The guy is a walking case study of why “The Onion” is flailing for relevancy these days.

    I can imagine. You just can’t parody reality any more, because the parody will BE reality by this time next week.

  45. The irony of this statement is just too much. What exactly does it mean? That you make so much money, paying extra taxes doesn’t matter? That if serr8d (or any of us) make less than you … we … what? I dun’t understand.
    You just put that there to brag. I, for one, am unimpressed.
    - See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045677

    No, I put it in there in response to serr8d’s accusation of:

    Or do you have kids you’re raising to be Democratic losers too? – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045677

    We’re not exactly a house of losers.

  46. Oh noes, steve did the usual troll claim: That he’s a successful person compared to all the mere peasants in his midst.

    …as if that makes him a good person. Alas, it doesn’t.

  47. And I’m taking issue with the notion that pajama boy is made to appear as someone who lives at home and doesn’t work.

    Take issue all you want. That group exists and PajamaBoy has been portrayed in that ad — rightly or wrongly — as the idealized member of that group, giving directions for that group to follow. (The fact that it is for political gain of a failed policy may have something to do with why it failed so drastically, but that is for the spin doctors to explain.)

    If you don’t like how the portrayal ended up, I don’t care.

  48. We’re not exactly a house of losers.

    Yet another lie, but you are forgiven since you don’t dare admit the truth to yourself, lest you decide to see how high-speed lead tastes.

  49. inaneissteve

    If he is “talking about getting insurance” PJBoy either doesn’t have it becuz he’s 1)unemployed 2)over 26 … and he’s a well-groomed hipster in buffalo plaid onsie sitting in nice digs.

    How can that be? Hmmmmmm.

    BTW *if* you own your own business, you are allegedly your own boss. So there’s no other reason why to demand someone give their boss’s name to you as a condition of linking your own website.

    You’re so sad.

  50. Where’s your evidence that this is what pajama boy was designed to portray?

    Where’s your evidence that pajama boy was designed to portray anything else?

  51. Go talk to RI Red. I posted a screen shot of my tax returns and retirement account balance.

    Your job is to carry that stuff to the shredder and dispose of it, not put it in your pants and take it home with you.

    Typical lying-ass Democrat.

  52. Take issue all you want. That group exists and PajamaBoy has been portrayed in that ad — rightly or wrongly — as the idealized member of that group, giving directions for that group to follow. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045681

    You have no evidence of that. This is just you making a judgement based solely on you needing everyone to look and think like you do, lest they be disdained.

    Maybe pajama boy is designed to look like a 20 something tech professional, or medical student, or any other such person. That pajama boy is an idealized version of someone who lives at home and doesn’t work is purely a product of your imagination. And you can’t recognize it as such. You imagine things and then take them as fact.

  53. We’re not exactly a house of losers.

    “Losers” =/= income nor wealth status

    You can be a rich loser … examples from Hollywood and trustfund kids too numerous to list.

    You argue anti-Liberty principles. That makes you a loser in the world of being a reasonable human adult.

  54. Or do you have kids you’re raising to be Democratic losers too?

    A lot of kids who grow up to be Democratic losers have rich but useless parents as role models. PJB is proving nothing with his class-conscious boasts.

  55. Yet another lie, but you are forgiven since you don’t dare admit the truth to yourself, lest you decide to see how high-speed lead tastes. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045691

    Labeling things as lies just because you don’t like them shows your weak intellect.

    Your job is to carry that stuff to the shredder and dispose of it, not put it in your pants and take it home with you. Typical lying-ass Democrat. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045691

    At least that was clever. I like this one. But still, just calling something a lie because you don’t like it. Tsk. Tsk.

    Where’s your evidence that pajama boy was designed to portray anything else? – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045691

    Lame. You invent something out of whole cloth and then demand it be disproven. You really are the dumbest one here.

  56. PJB also betrays a complete lack of comprehension about marketing. The Pajama Boy pic was an act of marketing. People in such portrayals are always stereotyped ON PURPOSE to create the desired perception.

    We see him the way we do because the makers of the ad intended us to.

  57. Let’s see the evidence — based solely on that picture — that PajamaBoy is any of the things you said. Show us how your portrayal is more accurate than that of the 90% of people who see it the same way I do. (And remember that even Democrats are saying that we should be making fun of PajamaBoy, which makes you outside the mainstream of those already outside the mainstream.)

    http://comicallyincorrect.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Pajamas-590-LI.jpg

  58. he says to the guy who owns his own business and probably pays more in taxes than serr8d makes in a year

    I see, worth as a human is directly proportional to how much money one makes. By that metric Miley Cyrus and Justin Beiber must be on the waiting list for sainthood.

    I posted a screen shot of my tax returns and retirement account balance.

    Oh, well, a screen shot. The gold standard of definitive proof.

  59. Just as soon as you send over the phone number and email address of your boss.

    I’m not the one making ridiculous claims about the success of my business; thus, I have nothing to prove. You are the one making ridiculous claims about the success of your business; thus, you have something to prove. Skepticism is healthy, and important, and the default mode of every good researcher. As such, it does not carry any obligation to defend itself.

    Unless and until RI Red shows up here to vouch for you, I’m going to file your successful business in the same drawer as “Thor’s Super Hot Russian Girlfriend” and “Nigerian Minister’s Large Sum of Money.”

  60. Pajama Boy and Julia, the too-real symbols of un-grownup childen of needy Democrats, is why this Republic is failing. Needy and unsustainable children of narcissistic parents who will always ask for more, for as long as we are able to keep printing worthless paper ‘money’ scrip and borrowing from the same from the Chinese.

    The breakdown of marriage and its drift into the 30s mean there are more Julias and Pajama Boys than ever. The growth of government feeds off this trend and, at the margins, augments it. The vision of the Obama Democrats, distilled to its essence, is of a direct relationship between the state and the individual without the mediating institutions of family, church, and community that are an inherent check on government power.

    Alexis de Tocqueville wrote long ago of the infantilizing tendency of all-encompassing government. “It would be like the authority of a parent,” he wrote in a famous passage, “if, like that authority, its object was to prepare men for manhood; but it seeks, on the contrary, to keep them in perpetual childhood.” If you wanted to illustrate what Tocqueville was getting at in one meme, Pajama Boy would be good way to do it.

  61. PJB also betrays a complete lack of comprehension about marketing. The Pajama Boy pic was an act of marketing. People in such portrayals are always stereotyped ON PURPOSE to create the desired perception. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1045696

    I’m not disputing that PJB was carefully designed to look like something, I’m just disputing that he was crafted to look like a living at home unemployed loser.

  62. If he wasn’t, then the people who created the ad are losers too.

  63. Oops. You… you weren’t the one who created it, were you?

  64. Is the troll seriously arguing that Pajama boy might be some sort of successful individual?

    At BEST, he’s an example of someone who despite being a full-grown man, he needs his mommy and daddy to 1) make him comfy in his jammies w/ coco on Christmas eve and 2) to tell him how to make responsible choices in life about rather basic things.

    The insinuation that he doesn’t have a job comes from the idea that unless you are getting a subsidy to pay for Obamacare, you are NOT GOING TO BE HAPPY WITH IT.

    Really, though, I thought it was the ubersmart cool kids who were supposed to be convincing their parents of the Obama shit? They’ve turned around their messaging when that didn’t work out so well.

  65. ’m not disputing that PJB was carefully designed to look like something, I’m just disputing that he was crafted to look like a living at home unemployed loser.

    And yet – he does look like a massive loser. I will give you, I could “buy” that perhaps he had a job as a Barrista at Starbucks.

  66. BTW *if* you own your own business, you are allegedly your own boss. So there’s no other reason why to demand someone give their boss’s name to you as a condition of linking your own website.

    Darleen, I’m betting it’s his uncle’s business, but he promised that he’d turn it over when he was ready to retire (which is, like, any day now), so for all intents and purposes, it’s totally PajamaSteve’s Wildly Successful Business Which Is Totally Successful Even Though PajamaSteve Has Never Given The First Indication That He Knows Shit About Buying Or Selling Or Marketing Or Free Markets Or HR Regulations Or OSHA Regulations Or Making Payroll.

    Totally.

  67. I’m not the one making ridiculous claims about the success of my business; thus, I have nothing to prove. You are the one making ridiculous claims about the success of your business; thus, you have something to prove. -

    Not to mention, most of us make arguments that exists as truisms OUTSIDE of our-self. It isn’t true because I’m poor – or wealthy – or whatever. I don’t hold my beliefs because of my economic situation. That you may be successful doesn’t make your assertions any more correct. If you make a shit-tonne of money and happily hand over 50% + of your income … good for you.

    If not, you may be a hypocrite.

  68. We’re not exactly a house of losers.

    Remains to be seen, does it not? The “children” are minors and could very well turn out to be a bane to society. It’s too early to tell.

  69. I’m not disputing that PJB was carefully designed to look like something, I’m just disputing that he was crafted to look like a living at home unemployed loser.

    No, you are asserting it, and with no evidence to back it up. You have the burden to back up your assertion with actual facts.

    Go ahead, take your time. The rest of the world will be laughing at Obama and PajamaBoy while you search, so PLEASE take your time.

  70. You have no evidence of that. This is just you making a judgement based solely on you needing everyone to look and think like you do, lest they be disdained.

    Hey Drumwaster, why didn’t you tell us that you’re WaPo’s flaming leftist Chris Cilliza? And also Rich Lowry?

    Got a newsflash for ya, Slappy: Men don’t wear onesies.

  71. If Steve doesn’t think PJB isn’t a loser, I don’t know if I exactly trust his evaluation of his own family.

  72. You invent something out of whole cloth and then demand it be disproven. You really are the dumbest one here.

    Did Steverrhoid just post that? The successful ‘businessman’ whose successful business is so successful that it doesn’t even have a website he can link?

    Wait…

    http://www.healthcare.gov

  73. I wonder if he’ll claim to have a “castle-sized” house next.

  74. I, for one, think that the perception of Pajama Boy was not what the Pajama Boy Braintrust over at OFA was thinking of when they put him in the onesie. Thus, he’s sort of another victim of Obamacare’s unintended consequences, despite his wounds being self-inflicted.

  75. I agree, Pablo, but that just shows how far outside the mainstream Obama and OFA actually are. Even given the overt public opprobrium after the fact, DV is still refusing to see those consequences.

  76. Totally, Pablo. It shows how insulated they are that they didn’t understand how he would be perceived outside of their little cocoon. They keep making these same mistakes over and over again. It’s as if … they don’t learn.

  77. A castle-sized house fully stocked with super-models!

  78. Ethan Krupp is an OFA ‘model’. IOW, his money comes, in part, from taxpayer’s coffers.

    Much like steverrhoids, if real truth be known.

    Interesting fact: Organizing for Action is a revamp of Organizing for America, a community organizing project of the Democratic National Committee. “Under the federal tax code 501(c)(4) the group has a tax-exempt status as long as it is not primarily involved in activity that could influence an election. As a non-profit, it can run support ads for an issue as long it is not involved in activity aimed at electing candidates for office.”

    So they remain non-profit “as long as they are not involved in activity aimed at electing candidates for office.” Let’s test that.

    The DNC-created Organizing for America, now known as Organizing for Action, is a parent of the Obama/Democrat-party backed group called “Enroll America.”

    Enroll America promotes ObamaCare and solicited various left-leaning non-profit groups to become qualified to be ObamaCare Navigators and “In-Person Assistants.” These “non-profit” folks work with the states and others to conduct meetings to explain ObamaCare while others go door-to-door promoting the same agenda.

    In addition to promoting ObamaCare, some of these Enroll America “non-profits” were reported to be simultaneously registering new voters for the 2014 elections–even before the Exchanges were open for business. Reports also have surfaced that some of these “non-profit” groups simultaneously signed up folks for “ObamaPhones” while they were at it. (In case you missed it, those free cell phone costs in this nation have rocketed from $770 million under Bush–to $2.2 trillion under Obama, even before this latest Democrat party giveaway.) Further, many of the ObamaCare “Navigators/In-Person-Assistants” were selected from among non-profit organizations long associated with Enroll America’s known Democrat party alliances.

    So, let’s recount the work of this totally “grass roots” movement: 1) Register folks for ObamaCare (in predominantly minority/Hispanic/youth-oriented areas). 2) Register new voters for 2014. 3) Sign up for free cell phones. 4) And be sure to actively push for hiring ObamaCare “Navigators” and “In-Person-Assistants” from non-profit groups long associated with the Democrat party/Organizing for America/Organizing for Action.

    What’s not to like. Especially the part where many of these Enroll America groups were then given federal grants paid for with U.S. taxpayer dollars to essentially ensure the Democrat agenda succeeds.

  79. Is nice that someone like Krupp can delude themselves into thinking they have (almost) never lost an argument just by throwing out a bunch of data, lefty nonsense, and sarcasm. . . hey, wait a minute.

  80. The guy is an unredeemable asshat. Who eats “meat-heavy pizza” while drinking whiskey sours?

    Maybe he thought he was being a real scream with that line since he makes point after redundant point about the fact that he is noshing with Teh Gays. For the tolerance and ‘at.

  81. If you’re talking about getting health insurance, that must mean you’re 26 right?

    You know what you call the 26 year old in you squad?

    grandpa

  82. I drank whiskey sours. When I was a 21 y/o girl.

  83. old wisdom:
    TEENAGERS
    TIRED OF BEING HARASSED BY YOUR PARENTS?
    ACT NOW!
    move out, get a job
    pay your own way,
    WHILE YOU STILL KNOW EVERYTHING!!

    New wisdom:
    LEFTIST HIPSTER DOUCHES
    TIRED OF BEING HARASSED BY ADULTS?
    ACT NOW!
    move out, get a job
    pay your own way,
    WHILE YOU STILL KNOW EVERYTHING!!

  84. You can’t eat enough meat heavy pizza or drink enough whiskey sours to earn back your self-respect after that photo.

    If a man is going to be photographed in his pajamas at christmas time, his present-opening children damn well better be in the picture for visual context.

  85. Come to think of it, he’d better be wearing a bathrobe over said pajamas.

  86. I like whiskey sours in the summer.

  87. You can’t eat enough meat heavy pizza or drink enough whiskey sours to earn back your self-respect after that photo.

    Reminds me of the joke about the guy who orders a drink to celebrate his first blowjob.

  88. Damn. That was the most impressive show of aggressive stupidity Dog Vomit has displayed to date.

    And that’s really saying something.

    I have to confess, the thing about posting the website of his business, and his refusal unless you posted your employers information, made me chuckle.

    Also, when he claimed a screenshot of a portion from a tax form with no identifying features, just a few lines with penciled in numbers, constituted proof of his income.

    And then the whole thing where Drumwaster made a general statement about dependent children being able to vote, and Dog Vomit made like unless he was talking about pajama boy his opinion was incomprehensible and inadmissible.

    So anyway, this is my admission I was wrong yesterday when I said there was no amusement to be had in engaging the nasty mess. I mean, personally I find it too tedious for the payoff, but I won’t any longer yry to discourage you stout souls that do.

  89. Still waiting for some/any proof that hellomyanusbleeds has a successful business?

    Imagine that.

  90. Don’t get me wrong, I’d be happy to have PajamaBoy lose his vote, just for agreeing to appear in an ad looking like that.

    Stupidity that profound should hurt.

  91. From the previously linked Lowry article, and with no intention of restarting the great So-Con/Fiscal-Libertarian-Con argument:

    The vision of the Obama Democrats, distilled to its essence, is of a direct relationship between the state and the individual without the mediating institutions of family, church, and community that are an inherent check on government power.

    That’s where the two sides meet: we’re spending money we don’t have to do things inimical to families, churches, and local autonomy.

  92. Pajamaboi ought to lose his vote, because dependency in any form ought to be disqualifying.

  93. Indeed Ernst. And totally not signing on to your disclaimer, I’ll say those that can’t see the connection and completely refuse to see it by claiming to be fiscally conservative and socially liberal, as if social responsibility has nothing to do with finances, are confused souls missing the trees because of the forest.

  94. To peel another layer from the onion, there are those confused souls that miss the difference between constitutional conservatives and modern Republicans.

    No, voting for the lesser of two evils, be it Democrat or Republican, is not going to restore our Republic. The whole system is rotten, has been rotten, and will forever be rotten. That’s why we advocate for LIMITED government, and federalism.

    We will never be rid of corruption, it is in nature. All we can do is try and limit it, and give the people another choice. The more government we have, and the more centralized it is, the more corruption we will have.

    I would say the two greatest events that have corrupted the genius of our constitution was the creation of the central bank (the fed), and the seventeenth amendment, changing the function of the senate from a state body to a federal body. As long as those events are in effect, the slide toward tyranny will be inevitable.

  95. I would say the two greatest events that have corrupted the genius of our constitution was the creation of the central bank (the fed), and the seventeenth amendment, changing the function of the senate from a state body to a federal body.

    Heh. You left out the one that I use when I want to sleep in the doghouse. Something about “We didn’t have a Nanny State ’til we started allowing nannies to vote.”

    Don’t make the same mistakes as me, kids. Knowing is half the battle.

  96. “I think that any “young adult” who is still living at home, appearing as a dependent on Mom & Dad’s income taxes, and is still on their parent’s insurance should be allowed to do so, but they forfeit their vote until they set up their own place or join the military. ”

    I’d think that people stuck at home by bad economic policies thsat throttle meaningful employment would make a very useful frustrated voting block. We are starting to look like Europe with overstuffed apartments and families filling up a house well into adulthood. Or like WE used to look before the 1920′s as we were moving into Urban centers.

  97. “Hahahaha. I just can’t get over how you guys are freaking out about pajama boy. ”

    Hahahaha. Yeah you sound really happy about it and not at all like you are trying to squelch heartfelt and widespread criticism of a bad ad campaign that the OFA is now regretting. Hahahaha.Hahahaha.

  98. Krupp’s parents, an accountant and an attorney, are “Chicago Machine Democrats,” according to a source.
    [...]
    “I have had the privilege of knowing Ethan Krupp for five years,” wrote a blogger on the website Ryanwolf.so. “Ethan must be applauded for dedicating his time and effort to a cause that he supports. When you’re young, intelligent, and driven you have an enormous number of opportunities available to you. What better definition of a man is there than he who throws aside the opportunities for greater financial gain in the short-term in order to embrace advancing his beliefs. Our president is lucky to have such a man on his side.”

    The fact is, however, that the purpose of the McGovern quotas was not to make the convention more representative of the Democratic electorate as a whole, but to favor the affluent liberals within the party and to diminish the influence of its lower-middle and working-class constituents.

    Those who take up the vocation of politics, as Max Weber insisted, first must have an extraordinary amount of free time. Such time is readily available to the suburban housewives and the subsidized students who have provided so many second-level leaders and foot soldiers to the New-Politics movement—and who, in practice, are the “women” and the “young” singled out by the McGovern quotas.

    The results from this seemingly small change in Party rules reverberate more and more today through all of our lives.

    Pajama boy may think he chose the Party to follow but many years before he was born the Party chose him, those like him, and his parents as being those the Party wanted to champion and threw away another constituency that they had worked for previously.

    They did this in stealth and by backroom machinations so as to keep their old base fooled while the new base was fully empowered too. That disguise is now falling apart.

  99. “Labeling things as lies just because you don’t like them shows your weak intellect. ”

    Hahaha everytime you link to Forbes God kills a kitten. See Laffer curve! LOL!

  100. “If a man is going to be photographed in his pajamas at christmas time, his present-opening children damn well better be in the picture for visual context. ”

    Even then you risk creating an uncomfortable Michael Jackson/Peter Pan vibe.

    But it’s just a picture and cameras do frequently lie (or misrepresent anyway) through omission and coincidence.

  101. I’m not upset about the picture but the “media savy” decision to use it to pitch bugging your family about Obamacare at Christmas while in an alienatingly(probably not a real word) weird infantalized state of dress for the kitschy ironic lulz.

  102. “Who eats “meat-heavy pizza” while drinking whiskey sours?”

    Someone under 30 would be my bet. Or someone who wants to fight their stomach.

  103. “I, for one, think that the perception of Pajama Boy was not what the Pajama Boy Braintrust over at OFA was thinking of when they put him in the onesie. Thus, he’s sort of another victim of Obamacare’s unintended consequences, despite his wounds being self-inflicted.”

    (modified reality vacuole) (echo chamber) (bubble) How did Nixon get elected? Nobody I know voted for him. (/bubble) (/echo chamber) (/modified reality vacuole)

    Ain’t nothing getting in that there mind fort. Nothing!

  104. Remember people, ‘Binders full of women’ was a naturally hilarious self detonating faux pas and the whole pajama boy thing is SUCH A STRETCH and SO FAKE, OMG! Keep on the path now.

  105. If we put a “MISSION ACCOMPLISHED” banner behind Pajama Boy, would we have to put some sort of warning on it to keep lefty brains from exploding? Is there an equivalent to the epilepsy warning for the cognitive dissonance set?

  106. Wingless Fly: “I’m all in.”
    Unhelpful Hobbit: “You’re bluffing. I call.”
    Wingless Fly: “All right. Whatcha got?”
    Unhelpful Hobbit: “I don’t think you understand how this works. I called, so you show your cards.”
    Wingless Fly: “COWARD! MOUTH-BREATHING TEA-TARD! YOU SUCK! I SO TOTALLY WON THIS ROUND! BWAHAHAHAHAHA!”

  107. Walks up to door, place brown paper bag on the door mat, sets a match to it, rings doorbell

    I’ll say those that can’t see the connection and completely refuse to see it by claiming to be fiscally conservative and socially liberal, as if social responsibility has nothing to do with finances, are confused souls missing the trees because of the forest.

    runs away

  108. Heh. You left out the one that I use when I want to sleep in the doghouse. Something about “We didn’t have a Nanny State ’til we started allowing nannies to vote.”

    It’s a bit surprising how little trouble I could get in with wife and M-I-L these days expressing that sentiment.

  109. oh friggin crap Ernst

  110. Save me from Socially LIberal “conservatives” like assholes who believe a tape of Phil Robertson, tongue in cheek, talking about marrying a woman before she reaches 20 y/o means he is a “sexual predator”

    https://www.facebook.com/jeffbishop/posts/10202811501029084

    Don’t you know, marriage of minors to adults = RAPEY RAPE RAPE

    (I looked it up. Phil was 17 when he married his wife who was 16. But talking from his own experience is PEDOPHILIA!!!)

  111. Phil played football at Louisiana Tech with Terry Bradshaw back in the day. First string.

  112. terry was phil’s backup

  113. but leigh … Phil is a sexual predator and Christians are “just fine” with pedophilia!

  114. I believe that was flaming crap, not friggin crap, Darleen

  115. ^^ha

    I sit corrected, Ernst

  116. This Jeff Bishop fellow sounds like he subscribes to the same newsletter as dale & steve.

  117. It is truly amazing how broad is the scope of biblical knowledge held by teh gheys and liberals. They are awfully judge-y for folks who dislike being judged, too.

  118. Bishop will assert he’s libertarian, but he takes every opportunity to malign the “American Taliban”.

  119. yes leigh, he “knows” the Bible better than any Jew or Christian out there.

  120. “American Taliban”.

    for the proggtarded

    Graphic video: Taliban members play soccer with severed heads

  121. The Charlie Brown Christmas Special is your bible now. (Vader Voice) Pray I do not alter it further! (/Vader Voice)

    * (In the back ground Lobot unseen begins touching his weird head computer thing and security guards start ambushing, sticking up, and disarming storm-troopers before they can report resistance to prepare for and evacuation order.)

  122. Just remember where Jesus was when He performed His first miracle.

    (Hint: It wasn’t at a Gay Pride parade.)

  123. I don’t recall the wedding at Cana being a gay wedding, either.

  124. Ok, RI Red here. Steve, we’ve taken off the table any claim to superiority you have over the PW crew by virtue of your monetary success. You posted your financial info; taking it at face value, I sent mine to Jeff for your review. Mine is roughly twice yours.
    Not that it means anything to the debates – only that you can’t take an alleged superiority to PW posters based on financial success. If anything, I am more hard-core conservative than most posters here. Severely conservative, one might say.
    So, cut the crap on that argument. We’ll debate ideas, not posturing.

  125. “Mine is roughly twice yours.”

    You make minimum wage x 2? Wow!

  126. Hah!
    Now, if I could only pay taxes on that amount.
    Come to think of it, I’d be having y’all pay me! What a great country!

  127. RI Red, if you take away posturing, our resident chew toy has nothing left.

  128. Ok, RI Red here. Steve, we’ve taken off the table any claim to superiority you have over the PW crew by virtue of your monetary success. You posted your financial info; taking it at face value, I sent mine to Jeff for your review. Mine is roughly twice yours. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#sthash.4dR3FEM8.dpuf

    That’s excellent, and I congratulate you on your success. I only bring it up when someone is certain that I live in my uncle’s garage and work part time at DMV – and that anything else is simply impossible. It’s an indication as to what “certainty” without evidence is worth.

  129. It’s an indication as to what “certainty” without evidence is worth. – See more at: http://proteinwisdom.com/?p=52306#comment-1046401

    Such as the claim that you make more than anyone else here. The underlying assumption that this datum, even if stipulated solely for the point of making the argument, is “the more money you make, the more informed you are on the given subject”. Which is, of course, utterly absurd, as even an elitist heterophobe like you must concede, lest I bring up the opinions of a billionaire that contradicts yours, no matter what the opinion being thus “refuted” might be.

    In other words, “put up or shut up” doesn’t give a shit how many zeroes might be in your bank account, only the zero sitting at your keyboard.

    Nice to have you back… bail not too expensive, then?

  130. Screen caps of a page in a tax program filled out with junk info are tough to fake too. Real tough. Might take two whole minutes.

  131. It is a bit humorous that on a thread titled, “In other words, grow up”, HMNWS is still trying to engage in a dick measuring contest.

  132. Heh. If you’re measuring your dick in dollars and cents, you’re doing it wrong.

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