Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Bad Judgement Celebrated

Democrat or Bubonic

Today's Plague Culture

Res Ipsa Loquitur
67 years from now some defective asshat will do his  thing,
remembering the time when everything was about to be free
until greedy capitalist pigs ruined everything.

The Big Picture montage Victory Day 2012, showing Russia and former Soviet republics marking the 67 years since WWII triggered this thought.  Coincidentally, I just watched Archangel last night, which theme is a plot to resurrect that wonderful old guy Joe Stalin. Or, as FDR called him, Uncle Joe.


Anonymous said...

Even in the late 70's, the Moscow taxi drivers longed for the good old days when comrade Stalin was in charge. Will the American left EVER reach a watermark higher than 2009-10? They fed at the trough until they exploded. Nationalized the auto industry, and poured money into the union coffers for fights down the road. What they forgot to do was govern.


Rodger the Real King of France said...

If you grow up eating gruel, more than likely it will one day be comfort food.

Anonymous said...

Rodger, are you not familiar with the term "first among equals"? Some ate caviar, and not the cheap shit either. Real roe from Sturgeons.


Anonymous said...

Most American lefties seem pretty quiet about Uncle Joe these days, even as they seemingly adopt the viewpoint that his erstwhile ally Adolph may have had a few good ideas, Final Solution-wise, and all that.

Recommended reading: Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin by Timothy Snyder. My local library has a copy, maybe yours does, too.

Anonymous said...

I also watched Archangel the other night (2nd viewing).

The best part of the whole movie?

They shot and killed the journalist!!!!!!!!!!!

Semper Fi,
ColJerry USMCret.

Jess said...

I'm thinking the old man was an engineer on the train to Siberia.

Rodger the Real King of France said...

My favorite part, Col. Jerry, was when Stalin croaked.

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