Saturday, November 21, 2009

Sure, let's talk about civility.


Over at Kate McMillan's Eliminationist Roadhouse and Biker Bar, "Mr. g" holds forth in the comments section:



Yeah, that inability to cavalierly murder others really mucks with one's time management, doesn't it?

Stephen Taylor must be so proud.

7 comments:

Robert McClelland said...

Do you think these mental midgets even know who or what they're railing against anymore.

Ti-Guy said...

What's really sad is that we can't just up and kill these people. Instead we have to wait around till they fuck things up so bad that we end up having to fight a war over their idiocy and kill millions.

Kelseigh said...

Don't be silly, you don't think Taylor actually reads that crap, do you? It was just something for his CV to get him into a cushy do-nothing spot at the Preston Manning Centre for Wingnut Welfare and House of Pancakes.

Ti-Guy said...

It was just something for his CV to get him into a cushy do-nothing spot at the Preston Manning Centre for Wingnut Welfare and House of Pancakes.

He's even more ambitious than that. Well, "ambition" is a little too complimentary for people who want to establish a permanent career in the post-industrial/post-Enlightenment sector known as "political entrepreneurship."

But you're right about that...Taylor doesn't read any of the crap written on The Blogging Tories.

CC said...

Doesn't matter if he reads it or not. He unleashed that idiocy on the world, and I plan on hanging it around his neck on a regular basis.

If conservatives want to bitch and moan about accountability, then he deserves to be held accountable.

thwap said...

That's rich. The SDA crowd will wait for us to fuck things up.

Iraq anyone? Afghanistan anyone? Chalk River anyone? Meat inspection anyone? Walkerton's drinking water anyone? New Orleans and Katrina anyone? Deregulating Wall Street anyone?

Just thinking about these people is starting to literally make me sick.

sooey said...

That comments section of Kate's is hilarious - it's as if the same comment is being made over and over by different commenters in various stages of dementia.