The Morning Spew » commies Politics, Satire & Spew Sun, 08 Dec 2013 06:28:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 OWS: Putting the “Fun” in “Dysfunction” Sat, 29 Oct 2011 14:17:44 +0000 Pimp Lady

The Crying Pimp Lady (Credit:

This OWS experiment is fascinating.  It’s like being in a laboratory and watching Animal Farm and Lord of the Flies unfold before our very eyes. Just for those of you keeping score at home, here are some of the very latest dispatches from the OWS frontier. Remember, this is what leftism looks like.

From the Depravity File:

From the Socialism Doesn’t Work file:

From the Violent Little Crybabies file:

People, these stories keep coming out at a rapid clip, so it’s really hard to keep up.  But never fear.  One of our favorite blogs has neatly summarized the whole thing in song, and is running a music video challenge — check it out!

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New Reader Challenge – Make a Music Video! Wed, 19 Oct 2011 12:00:27 +0000 Wow, the Ben & Jerry’s contest was fun.  So fun, in fact, that we want to jump right into another reader challenge.  This time, it’s all about the video.

Here’s the deal.  Fester has written you a little ditty about the Occupy Wall Street goons, and has recorded it.  It’s called “We Gonna Occupy.”  (Guess what it’s about.  No really.  Guess dammit!)

The thing is, we have no video.  Well, okay, we have a video, but it does nothing but flash the lyrics:

We want something funny.  Something scary.  Something funny and scary.  And that’s where you — the most clever readers on the Worldwide Web — come in.

First, watch the video.  You’ve probably done that already, so you already know that Fester ain’t no Sinatra, and he ain’t no Edward Van Halen.  But he’s a damn sight better than these commie wastes of skin.

Second, download the mp3 version of the song here.  (Windows users, do the right-click “Save link as” thing.  Mac users, do whatever it is you people do.)

Third, use the song to make a music video.  When you’re done, upload it to YouTube and send us a link at  We’ll review it and, if it meets our ground rules below, we’ll post it here and ensure your immortality.

The first three people to get their videos posted will win a coveted t-shirt from The Morning Spew.  (Look, if we had the money, we’d buy you a new Ferrari.  But we’re not George Soros, people.)  That said, we’ll continue to post videos as long as people want to send them in.  Later submissions might not get a t-shirt, but if we post your video, you will receive immortality, high praise, and our undying gratitude.

A few ground rules:

  • No nudity, unless you blur it out or otherwise obscure it. (We’re not prudes here, but still.)
  • No racism, sexism, etc., unless you’re exposing racism, sexism, etc. by the occupiers.
  • Don’t violate anyone’s copyrights — give credit when appropriate and adhere to fair-use principles.
  • And most importantly, you must put our URL ( at the beginning and end of the video.  You can also give credit to yourself and anyone else, but we gotsta have that URL.

Other than that, you have total creative control.  Now go forth and make music videos!  Fester sez enjoy!  


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Well Lookie Here, We Got Us a Academic Thu, 13 Oct 2011 18:21:14 +0000 Academic

The other day, we featured Urban Infidel’s excellent work covering the “Occupy” protest at Manhattan’s Zucotti Square.  (See our post:  Repeat After Me:  You Can Make Sweet, Sweet Love to Animals.)  The whole thing had Fester wondering what kind of a man would say such bizarre things.  Well, the New York Observer reports that it was Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek (H/T Urban Infidel):

The Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek turned up at Zuccotti Park to address the Occupy Wall Street demonstration on Sunday, offering up a seminar on Radicalism 101 for an appreciative crowd.

(Read it all here.)  So who is this bearded bard of the Bohemian brotherhood?  In Fester’s opinion, he’s a babbling pseudo-intellectual anarchist who is so thoroughly “academic” in his thinking that he’s finally become unmoored to reality.  But don’t take Fester’s word for it — let’s read a few choice quotations from Žižek’s January 2009 article in The New Republic (all emphasis in original):

  • “I claim that jihadis are really motivated neither by religion nor by a Leftist sense of justice, but by resentment … .”
  • ” [T]he ‘antagonism’ between liberal tolerance and ethnic or religious fundamentalism is inherent to the universe of global capitalism:  in their very opposition, they are the two faces of the same system. ”
  • “In this precise sense of violence, Gandhi was more violent than Hitler:  Gandhi’s movement effectively endeavored to interrupt the basic functioning of the British colonial state.”
  • [Given the context, we're not entirely sure what he meant by this little gem, but we reproduce it anyway.  Be your own judge.]  ”Mr. Kirsch’s reasoning culminates towards the end of his text, where he ‘demonstrates’ that I advocate the annihilation of Jews (with some minor exceptions, true).”

Then there’s this lovely quote from an interview he gave in 2002:

BS: You’ve also left some of your readers scratching their heads over the positive things you’ve been writing about Christianity lately. What is it in Christianity you find worthy?

Zizek: I’m tempted to say, “The Leninist part.” I am a fighting atheist. My leanings are almost Maoist ones. Churches should be turned into grain silos or palaces of culture. ”

And of course, there’s his utterly insipid statement that so many things are possible these days that you can have sex with animals.  So flaky are Žižek’s thought processes that other academics have described his rhetoric as “a stream of nonconsecutive units arranged in arbitrary sequences that solicit a sporadic and discontinuous attention” and “a dizzying array of wildly entertaining and often quite maddening rhetorical strategies … deployed in order to beguile, browbeat, dumbfound, dazzle, confuse, mislead, overwhelm, and generally subdue the reader into acceptance.”  Fester agrees!

Are we really supposed to take these folks seriously?

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Why Do Democrat Politicians Hate Voters? Wed, 12 Oct 2011 02:00:18 +0000 Angry Obama

"You people are killing me!"

Fester has previously documented the Democrats’ growing disdain for the American public.  To recap: we’ve heard unions call for “taking out” the SOBs in the Tea Party; President Øbama fancying himself a middle-class warrior and calling for what sounded a lot like a race war; Van Jones threatening widespread revolt; and Roseanne Barr saying bankers should be sent to reeducation camps and possibly beheaded.  Along the way, we’ve experienced the offensive hippie offensive known as Occupy Whatever.  These events range from ridiculous to disturbing.  But the most serious development of all has been the emerging Democrat theme that voters are standing in the way of real progress, y’all.   And today we learn that the Dems’ theme continues to develop.

As we’ve noted before, Obama’s former OMB Director Peter Orszag recently wrote a column in The New Republic proposing that we “counter the gridlock of our political institutions by making them a bit less democratic.”  Then, a couple of weeks later, North Carolina’s Democrat Governor Deb Perdue proposed suspending Congressional elections for two years – presumably so that Congress could enact more cramdown legislation without having to worry about We the People.

And now, as reported in The Hill, we have Democrat Steny Hoyer lamenting that the voters have made very, very naughty decisions and are now receiving their well-deserved spanking:

“The American people have every right to be angry [and] disappointed by the performance of the Congress,” Hoyer told reporters in the Capitol. “Of course, the American people have also elected people with hard stances, so that to some degree the American people are realizing the results of their votes.

“If elections have consequences — which I think they do — some of those consequences are getting what you vote for,” Hoyer added. “In this case, many people voted for people who thought compromise was not something that they ought to participate in.”

Translation:  ”Stupid voters!  Next time vote for more liberals so that we don’t have to deal with such … such principle!”  Read the whole story here.

So by their own admission, Democrats despise voters — well, except the dead ones.  We’ll hear more of this elitist drivel over the next 13 months.   Let’s all give Steny his wish and end the gridlock by ejecting any remaining leftist bilge from the halls of Congress.


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The 99%? Aw, Hell No! Mon, 10 Oct 2011 13:07:02 +0000 Here’s a telling video from “Occupy Atlanta.”  It’s so weird on every level.  First, there’s the bizarre practice of having the crowd repeat everything the speaker says.  It’s like a cult — or the Borg.  As the video description says:  ”People abandoned their individuality and liberty to be absorbed into a hypnotizing collective.”  They weren’t even allowed to vote — instead, they had to express their “feelings” with “hand signs,” which the predictably unmanly leader was then free to interpret how he saw fit.

Second, there’s the fact that Congressman John Lewis came to speak to the group — and the “consensus” (as interpreted by the leader) was that he should just go away.  Now just imagine what the media would have reported if this had been a Tea Party.  Third, around the 8:30 mark, someone dissents.  Immediately the leader shouts him down by repeatedly yelling “Mic check!  Mic check!” as the well-programmed crowd again parrots his every word.

Watch the whole thing and prepare to be creeped out.  There is no way in hell that these people represent any more than a fraction of a percent of the U.S. population, let alone 99%.  LOL.

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Of Communist Dog Whistles Mon, 03 Oct 2011 02:55:07 +0000 Waaah

The American Left


How desperate are the Democrats right now?  As they watch their popularity tank because they are so head-scratchingly incompetent, they seem to be fomenting some kind of communist revolution/freak show.  What losers.  When the going gets tough, they lose their cool and start preaching violence.

Fester thought it would be a good time to recap what’s been happening over the last month or so.  It seems there’s a theme developing.  To-wit:

  1. Fester’s ears started perking up when Little Jimmy Hoffa said it was time to “take out” the Tea Party.
  2. Twelve days later, hilarity ensued when smelly hippies first descended on Wall Street — or as close as their addled minds could take them — for a Day of Impotent Rage.  Of course, by this point, this largely looked like a bunch of loose cannons.  Surely the Øbama administration would distance itself.
  3. Doh!  A few days later, President Obama declared that he was a warrior for the middle class.  His choice of language sure started to take on a martial tone.  But surely this was an isolated incident and we were all overreacting.  Right?
  4. Wrong.  A few days after that, Obama basically told African-Americans that they’re lazy and that they need to march against certain other folks who are fighting him every step of the way.  Fester asked whether Obama was inciting a race war.  Because, given Obama’s previous statements that certain other folks were trying to “turn back the clock,” that’s what it sure sounded like.
  5. Meanwhile, other Democrats were openly proposing that the government strip us of our rights to vote.  Specifically, North Carolina’s Democrat Governor Deb Perdue proposed suspending Congressional elections for two years so that someone could impose their will without those pesky voters.  This was essentially an echo of Democrat OMB Director Peter Orszag’s column a couple of weeks prior proposing that we ”counter the gridlock of our political institutions by making them a bit less democratic.”
  6. Over the next few days, Penny reported on more Wall Street Days of Rage (and more hilarity).
  7. A couple of days ago, noted commie douchebag Van Jones promised that the “progressives” in this nation would take to the streets in an American version of the Arab Spring — an “October offensive,” he called it.
  8. And speaking of offensive, famous oxygen thief/surgically-altered heifer Roseanne Barr now wants to behead bankers if they resist “paying back” anything over $100 million.  Of course, she’s pretty magnanimous about it, since she’d give them a chance to undergo “reeducation camp” first.

Class warfare?  Suspending elections?  Violence?  Reeducation camps?  Where have we heard this kind of rhetoric before?  Hint:  We’ve never heard this from the Tea Party.  One more hint:  We’ve always heard this from the communists.  

If you find yourself backing this cabal — which stretches from the hippies of New York all the way to the White House — you need to take a very good look at yourself, because you’re a freaking communist.  A great many Americans died to prevent the very thing these Democrats are advocating:  i.e., blaming a small segment of society for their woes, taking their wealth by force, and now, literally killing those whom they illogically blame for pretty much everything.  It’s absolutely okay to question their patriotism.  Despite what they say, they’re not the “99%.”  They’re not the “80%.”  They’re not even the 10%.  They’re the 1% — the filthy, lazy, violent, godless anti-intellectual losers who have no idea what it means to be an American and honestly think “liberty” is just a word.

Fester will leave you with these oft-quoted words from the late, great Robert Heinlein, describing the “rich” people whom communists so despise:

Throughout history, poverty is the normal condition of man. Advances which permit this norm to be exceeded — here and there, now and then — are the work of an extremely small minority, frequently despised, often condemned, and almost always opposed by all right-thinking people. Whenever this tiny minority is kept from creating, or (as sometimes happens) is driven out of a society, the people then slip back into abject poverty.

This is known as “bad luck.”

Oh, one more thing.  If you’re really thinking that violence is the way to go, remember that other “revolutions” have never had to deal with the Second Amendment.  Something to consider.


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