How CONservative Subhumans Think: Apr 21, 2014

Regular readers of my blog know that I have never seen CONservatives as anything other as subhumans who will willingly slave away to enrich their real exploiters. Rarely does a day go by when I do not come across one more example of why people of the CONservative mindset are subhuman tools. The remainder of this post is based upon one recent, and very clear instance, of why CONservatives are subhumans.

Edit: Here is a more recent post that explains the gist of my argument.

It all started with a recent article in Washington Post about the effect of rising university tutions on the ability to students to feed themselves- More college students battle hunger as education and living costs rise

When Paul Vaughn, an economics major, was in his third year at George Mason University, he decided to save money by moving off campus. He figured that skipping the basic campus meal plan, which costs $1,575 for 10 meals a week each semester, and buying his own food would make life easier. But he had trouble affording the $50 a week he had budgeted for food and ended up having to get two jobs to pay for it. “Almost as bad as the hunger itself is the stress that you’re going to be hungry,” said Vaughn, 22, now in his fifth year at GMU. “I spend more time thinking ‘How am I going to make some money so I can go eat?’ and I focus on that when I should be doing homework or studying for a test.”

To make a long story short, the above linked article talks about how rising tuition costs and decreasing (or harder to obtain) student financial aid causes food insecurity for university students who do not come from well-to-do backgrounds. As many of you might also be aware of, university tuition fees in the USA have consistently grown at rates far higher than gross inflation, wage growth or even health care for the last thirty years. It is noteworthy that this rise in fees has not translated into wage increases for the tenured university faculty or support staff. Indeed, universities are now heavily dependent on temporary sessional instructors who get paid only a fraction of what the shrinking tenured faculty makes. FYI- all of that extra income from ever-increasing tution fees is mostly spent on “wealth” management for the university, sports teams and athletic facilities, salaries for a greatly expanded administrative staff and other stuff that has no positive effect on the quality of teaching.

So what aspect of this article ticked me off. Well.. it was not so much the article, as some of the comments that made me write this post. Here are a few of the more typical examples.

ChrisMallory 4/15/2014 8:48 AM MDT
Have these special snowflakes never heard of Ramen noodles? Get them on sale at 10 packs for a dollar and eat like a king.

joepah 4/11/2014 12:28 PM MDT [Edited]
You can buy a 50 lb sack of rice for $25 and a 5 quart bottle of veg oil for $10. 25 lbs dried black bean $23. 1 lb salt $1. Not the most exciting food but provides all the fat and carbos to keep you going. Flour lard and veggies can be cheap. Give me $100 at month and I can feed a college student, IF they are willing to learn to cook.

ceemanjo 4/10/2014 6:48 PM MDT
I was hungry every night my first year of graduate school, lost fifteen pounds and I wasn’t fat to start with. After a while, I learned that you can live off potatoes and beans. It is truly amazing how little you can spend on food. Do you want to live like that your whole life? No. But it doesn’t hurt for a few years. I look back with some fondness to my struggling student days. I think we should lighten up about this. It is actually a good thing for college kids to be hungry sometimes, good learning experience. A good inexpensive college dish is ramen with cabbage and carrots. You can fill your stomach for less than a dollar. Ramen isn’t much good for you but it fills you up and the cabbage and carrots are. Potatoes are cheap.

Terrence Lorelei 4/10/2014 4:47 PM MDT
Well, something tells me that Mommy and Daddy (or, Mommy and Mommy) won’t really let their little darlings starve. Also, the ridiculous arguments about following the models of some silly Euro-weenie nation simply do not hold water; a nation of 330 MILLION in a free-enterprise system cannot be compared to a mini-nation of 10 million socialists, all living just above the poverty line due to government confiscation of most of their paychecks. But then again, the spoiled American under-25 crowd simply will never understand that they are NOT owed anything until they earn it.

CivilUser 4/10/2014 12:20 PM MDT
What happened to Ramen Noodles? They still sell those dont they? Thats what got me through school. That and a used rice cooker that always had rice cooking. Meal plans at my school were for the kids who had parents with money.

While comments such as the ones highlighted above are now becoming the minority opinion, they were until very recently the majority opinion. But why? It should be obvious to all but the brain-damaged that there are no real constraints in providing every single person on this planet more than enough to eat. The technology and resources to do so have existed for a few decades now. Nor is money a real issue, partly because it is not real to begin with and can be produced in unlimited amounts at a touch of a button. Furthermore, the USA spends infinitely more money on far more dubious causes such as “stealth” aircraft that cannot fly in the rain, nation “building” in the middle-east and spying on its loyal “citizens” (subjects).

It is clear that food insecurity in university students is not due to a real lack of food, money or social utility. It is about creating artificial scarcity.

But why? What is the rationality behind creating artificial scarcity? Well.. while there is no rationality behind creating artificial scarcity, there is certainly a logic- a CONservative one. As I have said before, CONservatives are almost exclusively motivated by making the lives of someone else, usually less fortunate than them, miserable. They are, as a group, incapable of relating to other humans and indeed any other life forms in any other way. CONservatives have no real interest, or belief, in concepts such as personal responsibility, frugality, utility, or honesty. Indeed, they only invoke such concepts to try to shame and handicap naive people. CONservatives are just a bunch of pathetic parasites who were not lucky or smart enough to make it into the big leagues. They spend the rest of their pathetic lives trying to win small personal victories by trying to screw over other people. The only real and lasting solution to this problem involves the sudden disappearance of all CONservatives and their progeny.

What do you think? Comments?

  1. April 21, 2014 at 12:26 am

    Reblogged this on oogenhand.

    • April 21, 2014 at 9:50 am

      Most of the students are there to become awful horrible capitalists. Are they entitled to steak and lobster, socialist style? Tell us, oh entitled one.
      You’re views of reality need a doctor and meds. Without capitalism, that IPAD you carry around posting your drivel with, would not exist.
      Please move to North Korea for 10 years, then report back about how awful capitalism is……or isn’t.

  2. blurkel
    April 21, 2014 at 1:11 am

    I’d love to put some of these “experts” into a similar situation and see how well they “thrive” within that environment.

    • Laura
      April 21, 2014 at 4:14 am

      It sounds to me like they’ve all gone through ‘similar situations’, that’s why they understand and related how they were able to ‘survive’. We’ve all been there in one way or another.

    • Sporty
      April 21, 2014 at 6:17 am

      As Laura said….it appears the comments come from first hand knowledge. So since it appears you have trouble with reading comprehension let me explain.

      first hand – actually doing something yourself. As in I pooped today. So now I can tell you that I had to sit on a toilet, make sure all my waste was expelled, wiped my butt with the provided toilet paper and then flushed. Now you know through someone else’s ‘first hand’ experience how to poop.

      knowledge – see above.

      • blurkel
        April 21, 2014 at 3:24 pm

        Let me learn you something, sonny.

        Times are very different than when these “experts” endured the unendurable they now brag about. I want to see how well they do with no government assitance, not jobs, and no relatives able to help.

        Now grow up.

      • April 21, 2014 at 3:32 pm

        Er………didn’t you simply tell us how YOU pooped? Not quite the same as teaching. Part of it, but not the whole enchilada.

      • Glenfilthie
        April 21, 2014 at 5:47 pm

        Ahhhhhhh. I love the sound of hippies and lefties whining! Poor babies! They don’t want to pay for their own educations! Let me educate YOU, Blurkel!

        Times HAVE changed. You got that much right. But the biggest change is that our universities are now cultural and intellectual wastelands. We have wasted far too much money trying to educate people like you and we have nothing to show for it. If your family won’t help you out, why in hell should I as a tax payer?

        STFU and get a job. May I recommend something along the lines of burger flipping or janitorial work? HAR HAR HAR!

    • Sporty
      April 21, 2014 at 3:38 pm

      Oh poor blurkel! Boo Hoo Hoo. By the way pal…I’ve been where this putz has been. Oh…by the way when I was there I didn’t have a cell phone, cable TV , a car or anything else this ‘poor’ boy had to put up with. You haven’t lived in the real world you moron. You’re on the internet you fool. You obviously have a computer (of some sort) and apparently the ability to pay for it. So….please, please, please, please, please, tell me how rough your life has been. And please, please, please, please, please, please, please, please tell me how tough the life of the student in this piece has been.

      When you grow up and live in the real world you can come speak with the adults.

      When you can show me just how tough your life is email me at sporty104@gmail.com I would love to hear how tough your life has been. Then we can compare notes. Maybe you can get the student in this story (and even the author) to join us and we can compare who had had life tougher. I await your story. Threats and expltivies will be ignored.

      • Matt
        April 21, 2014 at 3:44 pm

        You put a lot of words into that whiny little response. Something get at you? I encourage different points of view but draw the line at murderous fascists. Name the time and place let’s do this coward.

      • Matt
        April 21, 2014 at 3:44 pm

        You put a lot of words into that whiny little response. Something get at you? I encourage different points of view but draw the line at murderous fascists. Name the time and place let’s do this, coward.

      • Sporty
        April 21, 2014 at 3:48 pm

        @matt. Since you didn’t allow someone to respond to you. Wow…you’re pretty tough. That’s the basis of your response? I’ll beat your up, I’ll kill you? Wow! You’re going to save the planet….yet you won’t allow someone to respond to your comment. Yeah! You’re so tough….oooooh i’m scared.

      • blurkel
        April 22, 2014 at 4:11 pm

        When you grow up, just maybe you will see what a dorque you are – and that as such you are more worthless than the trash you spew.

        ishi bak mundai.

  3. Laura
    April 21, 2014 at 1:54 am

    I’m sorry. I have to disagree with you on this. As a single mother, I feed my 3 children and myself on $85. per week. That’s 4 people. It’s not hard to do at all if you look for the right foods. Eggs are cheap. Vegetables that are cheap and provide good nutrition and fill you up are thing like cabbage, carrots, onions, celery. Hot dogs can last a single person for several meals. As one of the commenters said, rice is cheap. So is pasta. A pound of hamburger for a single person can last at least 4 meals. You can make a large can of tomatoes go a long way. $50 for one person for a week is not impossible and actually should be quite easy if you don’t waste your money on a lot of processed packaged foods. And it’s healthier.

    I’m just curious why you think the comments are so heartless and made by any particular group. It sounds like they’ve all gone through the same thing as the young man in the story.
    I’m just a bit confused by this whole article and the anti-con attitude because of it.

    • Wilson
      April 21, 2014 at 5:32 am

      Yeah, there are useful lessons to be learned. But the logistics can be a problem for students. Assuming you have access to cooking equipment and a store with reasonable prices you’ll probably need to cook on the weekend for the entire week

      • Laura
        April 21, 2014 at 5:58 am

        This is true. I’m thinking most dorm rooms have at least a small fridge. You can have cold cereal with fruit in the morning for breakfast. Sandwiches for lunch. Make a big pot of some sort of pasta on the weekend, if possible and refrigerate individual portions for the week. A pan of shepherd’s pie, lasagna or spaghetti and meatballs home-made is a lot cheaper than canned and far more nutritious.

        I think we’ve all been there. You turn out much stronger and resourceful from the experience and can use those lessons later on in life. Starving struggling college years are more common than not and is not anything new. It’s a coming-of-age experience that’s been going on for decades. It’s a great way to grow up fast.

      • Frank Drakman
        April 21, 2014 at 5:57 pm

        sorry buddy.. I shared a house with four friends while we went to college. We bought cases of Kraft Dinner before the term started, and since some of us had worked in restaurants, we knew our way around a kitchen. You can throw together a meal for five in 35 minutes easy, and that means you cook once during the week. So, time is not an issue, and with five guys living in one house, we saved so much over residence, we even had money for beer.

  4. PKuster
    April 21, 2014 at 2:30 am

    I’m curious, as a conservative myself, what you propose as the method of extermination for me. I’m sure along with your fellow travellers, the possibilities you’ve imagined must be endless. Since you feel my progeny should be exterminated as well, how will you carry out this sentence on my young sons and daughter? Do we all get to enjoy a final train ride in a boxcar before our deaths?
    Please indicate your intentions as we’d like to make some final arrangements first.

    Regards
    P Kuster

  5. meofios
    April 21, 2014 at 4:07 am

    How about we want to control population growth. We don’t feed every one because we don’t want the pollution to keep grow at exponential rate

  6. meofios
    April 21, 2014 at 4:08 am

    while you can print infinite amount of money, you can’t actually print infinite amount of resources.

    • MJM
      April 21, 2014 at 6:54 pm

      Actually while you can technically ‘print’ infinite amounts of money, it will be worthless and therefore useless. You should maybe attend one or two economics classes. And clearly technology has been about to ‘produce’ infinite amount of resources.

  7. meofios
    April 21, 2014 at 4:10 am

    At some point in the future, a huge amount of the world’s population will starve to death, this is pretty much an absolute certainty.

    • Laura
      April 21, 2014 at 4:54 am

      Well, then that should make the left very happy. Isn’t that what this article is about? Chances are 60% of those who die will be conservatives.

      • happy infidel
        April 21, 2014 at 7:58 pm

        I think it would be 80% prog 20% cons. We can feed ourselves. Many of us can shoot. Progs can just scream and throw up their hands. A good percentage of Progs can’t reproduce. Should I continue?

  8. Webe
    April 21, 2014 at 6:08 am

    Although you can indeed eat for very little, it is still true that there are at present no real reosurce constraints as too many people here still think. (Global warming may change that.)

    But the main point is the petty mendacity: I have seen lots of situations in which people would rather spend more or get less if they think other people would get something free or benefit from it more than themselves. So even though it is a win:win situation, the fact that somebody else may get more benefit than yourself makes it worthwhile to go for the lose:lose option.

    • meofios
      April 21, 2014 at 6:51 am

      There is no win-win option. While money is infinite, and everyone can have as much as they want, real resources is always scarce. The belief that we live in super-abundance is an illusion of people living in middle or upper class bubbles of developed nations.

      • Laura
        April 21, 2014 at 7:17 am

        Not true. I grew up in a plastered-over log cabin. Yes, an actual country log cabin, in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s.

        There were 6 kids and my father worked two jobs to support us. My mother made all of our clothes and a good solid work ethic was instilled in each of us. All six of us kids shared one bedroom in the winter to save heat and stay warm.

        My husband died suddenly (without insurance) when our kids were 3, 2 and 1. I’ve made it on my own ever since, without any government assistance or handouts. I bought a house, about 4 years after my husband died through a lot of hard work and perseverance. I didn’t sit back and feel sorry for myself or blame others. I’m now only 4 years away from being mortgage-free. My kids have never been in trouble of any sort. They all graduated school and weren’t dropouts and each of them work very hard.

        The point of all of this is, that anyone can achieve anything in their lives if they work hard enough and don’t waste any time
        feeling envious, or resentful, or entitled.

        I know my story is not unique. When you’ve lived for almost 5 decades, you meet people from all walks of life. No one gets through life without hardships of some sort. Most everyone can tell you that life is neither easy, nor carefree.

      • Webe
        April 21, 2014 at 11:15 am

        Of course there are win:win and lose:lose situations. If I have water but no seeds and you have seeds but no water, not trading is lose:lose whereas trading to any extent is win:win.
        Yes, it’s a very simple isolated example, but in life there are thousands of situations for each one of us where the benefit we can give somebody else far exceeds the costs to us, e.g., picking up a stranded driver in the desert and bringing him to the next town with people and services.

    • April 21, 2014 at 9:53 am

      There is no catastrophic global warming, just the same 11,000 year old gradual trend, that you or Al Gore cannot change, even if you and the rest of the human race died out tomorrow. Sad, huh?

      Actually, I am a skeptic about the case for significant ‘anthropogenic’ global warming.

      http://dissention.wordpress.com/2014/01/24/the-ice-age-holes-in-the-case-for-anthropogenic-climate-change/

      • Webe
        April 21, 2014 at 11:11 am

        Well, actually, greenhouse gasses is basic physics, regardless of the timeline you attach to climate sensitivity and various heat sinks and feedback loops. Do some research.

      • Frank Drakman
        April 21, 2014 at 6:05 pm

        This is actually a reply to the wimp Webe who seems to believe in the AGW myth.

        I’m an engineer, little man Webe. You know – the people who build bridges that don’t fall down – and we know that when you have a theory, AND NOT A SINGLE ONE OF YOUR PREDICTIONS COME TRUE, then there’s something wrong with your theory. Even though Co2 concentrations have doubled in the last twenty years, no islands have gone underwater, temperatures have barely budged, and the number of hurricanes, etc. has actually decreased, despite the hype of some storms, like Sandy. Please come back to
        us when your AGW friends have made one – just ONE – correct prediction.

        (crickets)

      • webe
        April 22, 2014 at 3:02 am

        Actually, engineering nerdman, some bridges do fall down. You presume yourself to be bigger than I without taking any measurments, not much of an engineer. As for who is the wimpier of the two, it seems clear so far that you are projecting personal fears on me — I have absolutely no need to prove that wimp I am not.
        As for you, sir, you are flaunting the fact that you are an ignorant asshole. Atmospheric CO² levels have not doubled the past twenty years: they are just crossing 400 ppm, up from a longer term average of 280 ppm prior to the industrial revolution. And temperatures have indeed “budged”: nine of the warmest ten years on record have all taken place since 2000.

    • Sporty
      April 21, 2014 at 3:44 pm

      Wow! Just Wow! We’re talking about some university student too stupid to feed himself while spending tens of thousand of dollars getting an ‘education’ and we have someone who links this to global warming. Now I know that there are at least 2…too many idiots on this planet. Very frightening and disappointing.

  9. Justthinkin
    April 21, 2014 at 6:18 am

    Oh my. The projections are strong in here.

  10. Sporty
    April 21, 2014 at 6:25 am

    I’m a conservative. i don’t think about ways to do harm to other people on a daily basis. I don’t even think this pathetic, hateful and childish author should see harm. It would be nice for him to see some reality, rational thought process and empathy but his hate is overwhelming his sanity (or so it appears).

    As for the student example in this ‘story’. One has to assume this student is going to be the worst economist ever produced from a university considering he apparently doesn’t know how to economize when it comes to feeding himself. In three years of university he hasn’t figured this out and he is an economics major?!?!?

    I too was in college when younger and the first week I and four (of six) other roommates figured out an advantageous eating arrangement really quick. Lets pool our money together so we all don’t buy cereal, milk, meat etc. That saved us a ton of money and we ate healthy all year long. The two guys who didn’t join us ate crap all year long. Once in a while we shared our meals because we weren’t stupid like the student mentioned in this article nor were we full of hate, childishness and ignorance like the author of this tripe.

    • MJM
      April 21, 2014 at 6:59 pm

      So true – I can’t believe the whining for university students these days. Yet when ever I visit campus I’m stunned by the ‘wealth’ of students, from the clothes they wear (in my four years of undergraduate school, I had one dress, two pairs of pants, a couple of t-shirts, one sweater, one shirt, one pair of dress shoes, one pair of runners, a winter coat and a rain slicker – all of it fit into ONE suitcase), to their technology (I had a manual portable typewriter than was a graduation gift from high school) to the parking lots full of recent year cars (never owned a car until I was 31 and the cars in student parking lots there days are newer than mine!) Worked two part time jobs and NEVER took a reading week holiday.

      And I thought it was a privilege to go to university given I was the tail end of the baby boom and competition to get INTO university was intense.

      Times do change and usually not for the better

  11. April 21, 2014 at 8:04 am

    Where do you live? You need to be visited.

  12. sth_txs
    April 21, 2014 at 2:44 pm

    Remember, the author is perfectly okay with the starvation and scarcity created by government. His dream society is that of North Korea,Cuba, and Venezuela.

    I personally hate statist of all stripes whether conservatard or libtard variety. I despise corporations that use their power for more rent seeking just as much as big government that seems to never decrease and robs from me even more.

    Here in the ‘land of the free’, I’m forced to pay 1/3 of my before and after tax income to support local state and federal government.

    • revnantdream
      April 21, 2014 at 7:11 pm

      I here yeah brother. In Beaver-land its no different, even with a good semi conservative Leader. Politicians come & go.Auhtotarian Bureaucracies die only when the civilization does.

  13. Matt
    April 21, 2014 at 3:24 pm

    “Subhuman?” “Extermination?” Do you want to meet somewhere and settle this or are you just a snivelling little coward hiding behind a website?

    • cunt
      April 22, 2014 at 2:01 pm

      “Do you want to meet somewhere and settle this ”or are you just a snivelling little coward hiding behind a website?

  14. Matt
    April 21, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Oh and you are nothing but a fucking piece of shit.

  15. April 21, 2014 at 3:57 pm

    Sloppy thinking and failed logic. The limited education Advocate has thus far acquired is wasted here on foolishness and tommyrot. Any nincompoop can simplify an argument by eliminating the con. It takes an intellectual to generate a persuasive and effective solution to real societal problems. If this post is any example, the DA lacks that capacity.

  16. April 21, 2014 at 4:43 pm

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/business/cost-of-higher-education/index.html

    why all the complaining…

    when I’m broke, I drink RC instead of Mt. Dew and eat 99 cent cheezeburgerz…

    he sounds like an MRA who won’t man up…

  17. April 21, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    Laura :
    This is true. I’m thinking most dorm rooms have at least a small fridge. You can have cold cereal with fruit in the morning for breakfast. Sandwiches for lunch. Make a big pot of some sort of pasta on the weekend, if possible and refrigerate individual portions for the week. A pan of shepherd’s pie, lasagna or spaghetti and meatballs home-made is a lot cheaper than canned and far more nutritious.
    I think we’ve all been there. You turn out much stronger and resourceful from the experience and can use those lessons later on in life. Starving struggling college years are more common than not and is not anything new. It’s a coming-of-age experience that’s been going on for decades. It’s a great way to grow up fast.

    oh, a fellow feminist with bad reading comprehension, didn’t you see it said he was living off campus???

    • Frank Drakman
      April 21, 2014 at 6:17 pm

      If he’s living off campus, he must have a fridge and a stove, unless he’s just renting a room. Even then, a microwave is only $50 new, less used, and you can make rice, pasta, and just about anything else in it, although it’s not as good as real cooking.

    • Laura
      April 22, 2014 at 12:55 am

      Bad reading comprehension? No. Just a faulty short-term memory of someone reaching the half-century mark. Shall I hold out my hands for the knuckle-rapping with a ruler to begin?

  18. peterj
    April 21, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    If you are set on representing the Democrats in a worthy manner you really need to increase you dosage of whatever drugs you’r on. You come across as slightly insane. OK…..little more than slightly.

  19. Hazel
    April 21, 2014 at 6:20 pm

    Oh please don’t tell me that poor student didn’t have to clip a coupon or eat something that forced him to use a cooking pot that he actually had to wash himself afterward. I couldn’t have borne the injustice of it. Free Taco Bell for all!

  20. revnantdream
    April 21, 2014 at 7:05 pm

    I spent 200,0000 dollars learning to be a puppeteer said one student . I can’t figure out why I haven’t a job?

    • What doesn't kill you makes you stronger
      April 22, 2014 at 12:12 am

      Let me guess, thus student chose Gender or Women’s studies as a major for a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Universities are businesses and will sell a student a degree knowing full well that the employment opportunities in their chosen field are bleak. This is exactly why student loan forgiveness programs exist in Canada for fields that there is empirical evidence of shortages of skilled persons. It has always boggled my mind that seats in the medical field, both doctors and nursing degrees were and are severely limited, whereas, there are no seat restrictions for pursuing a BA-try to figure that one out.

  21. April 21, 2014 at 8:30 pm

    I most certainly agree with where this post is going and you are right. There should be no reason why working people nor college students (who spend thousands and are in debt to “prepare” themselves for the future) should be broke and reduced to eating rice and ramen noodles like broke ghetto kids… This, while politicians, the rich and conservatives eat lobsters and filet mignon every other weekend. We’re talking about conservatives – a group of people who lie and scam their way to the top, preach “pull yourself up by the bootstrap” theories to the unlucky and people who spend money on useless shit, such as wars, laws, tax cuts, censorship and trying to reverse humanity back to the 50s and 60s… A group of people who even want to control female sexuality by making abortions illegal all over again.

    “Ain’t it funny how it rains and pours?
    They got money for wars, but can’t feed the poor.”
    ~ 2Pac

    • What doesn't kill you makes you stronger
      April 21, 2014 at 11:57 pm

      Interesting comments to say the least. As a university student within the last seven years in a liberal dominated field – social work, I agree that tuition fee’s are too high, while student loans do not even cover ones entire tuition. There is tuition forgiveness or modified re-payment arrangements for specific careers, yet not others, which is being justified due to shortages in those fields.

      That said, my experience with other students and their loans, leads me to believe that the $50 per week food allowance is being spent elsewhere, as I can attest that $50 per week is sufficient to feed a single person whether they are eating off the dollar menu’s at fast food joints or preparing ones own meals. Purchasing pot and/or Dexedrine, Ritalin and Adderall is not cheap-which are well known effective study and focus aids that are heavily used on university and college campuses. Pot is the exception-the mind wanders, which then requires one of the other three to get back on track and we all know how hungry pot makes one-those munchie attacks must be satiated at all costs.

      We are not sheep and goats, we don’t need the government as a Shepard to feed and guide us-they will surely lead us to the slaughter-even a brief skimming of history empirically illustrates as much. I suggest these students obtain a part-time job or utilize work ready which is available across the country and pays at the end of each day being casual labour. I don’t believe for one minute the story of a student having 2 jobs, yet not able to feed himself. There are also food banks in each and every city, which is why I highly suspect that they are being used – the mention of mac and cheese dinner and Ramon noodles are a food bank staple handout-dead give away. Protein powder and mult-vitamins are cheap and will ensure one gets what their body needs-there are many vegan protein powders available. Does the student expect steak dinners or what? Here’s an important lesson, the self sacrifice now will be more than worth it in the long run. Students can’t expect to maintain the same standard of living one did while residing with mom and/or dad.

      Socialism, or what’s now being called, egalitarian socialism, as if adding egalitarian changes the innate totalitarian nature of socialism and erases it’s bloody history of slaughtered tens of millions. Not unlike renaming anthropogenic global warming to climate change after the former was exposed as a scheme via emails and a plethora of documentation that was lifted from East Anglia Climate Research Centre computers and posted on the internet for the world to read and wake-up. Scientists became increasingly suspicious, when Mann of hockey stick graph fame, refused to release the data he used for his model so other scientists could test his results through replication as is the scientific standard for empirical evidence. He also defiantly refused to honor FOI requests for the data which is illegal. This is what you can expect from socialist governments that desire to micro-manage your life. Embrace personal freedom, responsibility and accountability for your own life and quit expecting others to do this for you-drop the entitlement paradigm that you have been indoctrinated into thinking is a right, for the sole purpose of conditioning us for dependence.

      • webe
        April 22, 2014 at 2:50 am

        It is assinine to equate European social democrats with Pol Pot via the “innate totalitarian nature of socialism”. People have always been “socialists”. In feudal times they alotted plots of land (acres) every year by lot (random) and by the number of mouths someone had to feed, so that some people didn’t always have the best land, and so the amount would be commensurate with the amount of food you needed to raise. Fighting against socially beneficial allocation of resources for purely private hoarding and gains is best left to the thugs that all manner of war-lords always seem to have at the ready to safe-guard their protection rackets.

        The leak of the East Anglia email does not make an iota of difference to the underlying scientific discourse. Mann does not work for a government agency and there is absolutely no need to honor and FOIA request — researchers publish their data and their conclusions (otherwise they are simply ignored), and are not obligated to publish emails to their girl-friends or discussions they have with colleagues which may never lead to actual publications.

        If you want to make a point, discuss the data and its interpretation.

  22. rabbit
    April 22, 2014 at 5:40 am

    The only real and lasting solution to this problem involves the sudden disappearance of all CONservatives and their progeny.

    They may put up a fight. And remember, they’re the ones with the guns.

  23. ATruePatriot
    April 22, 2014 at 6:11 am

    The only part that scares me about people like this socialist is that the White House is full of arrogant Democrats that share his views. This prime example of Lenin’s and Stalin’s “useful idiots”–look up how they really felt about US liberal/progressives, I dare you–is exactly why Canada and the US are moving to oblivion.
    True conservatives believe that we all have an EQUAL opportunity to EARN our way to success no matter what circumstance we begin our lives. Make your sacrifices and get off your butt then get to work. Whining, complaining, and sneering at hard working people calling them “slaves” and “CONservatives” does not build a house or fill your stomach. Working to improve your lot in life does.
    BTW, if you truly want to get wealthy without needing a university education, head over to North and South Dakota. They will train you while you get paid and you will earn $80 000 a year.

  24. Ofay Cat
    April 22, 2014 at 6:37 am

    Conservatives have all the guns … and you aren’t ever going to get them. Keep talking about exterminating conservatives and you will see what that leads to. You won’t like it.

  25. Anne
    April 22, 2014 at 7:16 am

    You call conservatives ‘subhuman’, yet you advocate the murder of them and their children. The mirage of the “tolerant left” is just that. You are all for freedom of speech as long as everyone in the world agrees with your views. How do you justify such thinking?

  26. Ratt
    April 22, 2014 at 11:11 am

    So, conservatives are parasites, hmmm, ok. What about those 52 Million on Food Stamps, 19 Million on Disability, 12 Million free Cell Phone recipients and 10-20 Million Illegal Mexicans that are Bloc-Voting Democrat. Hmmm, what say you now ?

  27. April 22, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    “What do you think? Comments?”

    This blog post is an example of a commonly held view among you youngsters on the Left.

    This attitude why I always say hippy punching is never wrong, and why I think gun control is a bad idea.

  28. Zachriel
    April 23, 2014 at 6:48 am

    Advocatus Diaboli: Regular readers of my blog know that I have never seen CONservatives as anything other as subhumans who will willingly slave away to enrich their real exploiters.

    Beyond the Pale, and factually inaccurate. Conservatives are not subhuman, but very very human. It’s in the nature of humanity to be ignorant and shortsighted.

  29. Zachriel
    April 23, 2014 at 6:51 am

    Advocatus Diaboli,

    Did you edit your post to remove “extermination-worthy subhumans”? Without notice or explanation?

    PKuster: I’m curious, as a conservative myself, what you propose as the method of extermination for me.

    Heh. That’s how you play Devil’s Advocate.

  30. April 26, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    Why would conservatives who live in gated communities need guns in the first place? Why are they so against gun control? Because they have a fear or prediction of another race riot or backlash from certain groups of people whose ancestors they’ve screwed over!

    • rednecks
      April 27, 2014 at 3:52 am

      Yes, they are redneck excrements.

      • Anne
        April 29, 2014 at 2:32 pm

        Oooh. Your place or mine?

    • Anne
      April 29, 2014 at 12:04 pm

      Every race and culture throughout history has endured some sort of injustice, intolerance, discrimination, hatred, slavery, dehumanization, etc. If you’ve made it this far, it’s guaranteed that some time in your ancestry, your family endured racial bias. Time to give it a rest. No one has come through unscathed.

      And what makes you think that only conservatives live in gated communities? California is chock full of Liberals and many of them live in gated areas. The ones in my area are full of Liberals. Why would that be?

      Your childish generalizations are only indicative of a very immature mind. Grow up in the real world and I promise that you will have different viewpoints in 10 to 15 years.

      • rednecks
        April 29, 2014 at 1:45 pm

        fuck you cunt!

  31. race
    April 27, 2014 at 2:49 am

    I think you are a myopic retard, but I do love your NSFW pic’s. So, you may fill the role of my useful-idiot.

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