It has to be clear that the US government is a government for the benefit of certain factions alone. Members of the productive, private sector—they support the entire exercise in futility—got up and went to work as they do day in and day out, while the parasites who live off their avails whinged about lost wages and lost vacations (I can’t recall when last my better half has taken one). Since the oink sector sets its own salaries, the same people will award themselves backpack on the backs of the workers who carry their dead weight. Of that you can be sure.
So listen up furloughed f-cks and do us all a favor. Get a real job so we don’t have to carry the weight of your hefty salaries (on average double that of the average wage in the country), the liability of your healthcare and retirement benefits the likes of which we can only dream of, and your general sanctimony about your value.
“More than nine out of every ten employees,” reports Bretibart.com, “at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are considered ‘non-essential.’” You can be sure that the trend obtains throughout the “oink sector.”
From what Ed Krayewski at Reason.com writes rather unclearly, it would appear that “about 800,000 out of the 2.1 million strong federal workforce are “non-essential.”
Never one to mince words, Thomas DiLorenzo does, however, make mince of these parasites and their media advocates:
The “media” have finally destroyed what tiny bit of credibility they had as a “news” source with their “coverage” of the government “shutdown.” This of course is good news for all producers and non-parasites in American society. They have done so with their ridiculous claims all over tv and radio of a supposed “increasing backlash” against the “shutdown” of a few government offices. Americans are experiencing “Frustration Coast to Coast,” shouts USA Today in the dumbest headline of the day. Among the “horror stories” discussed are a woman who may have to postpone her “fantasy wedding” in a government-run park; a possibly cancelled marathon in New Jersey; various vacations in government-run parks; and a family that may have to delay “the dream of home ownership” for a few days. Oh, the misery of the poor booboisie!
No one I’ve been around gives a crap. No one is talking about it but the “media,” who are worse propagandists than any who worked for PRAVDA under Soviet communism. This morning, for example, ABC News picked two or three parasites/public dole collectors to whine about how “upset” they were that government-run national parks thousands of miles away were shut down. Then they covered the entire screen with Obombya’s mug and with his annoying, bellowing, preachy voice saying “the Republicans had better reopen the government.” That’s the Official Party Line of the day, faithfully repeated in the title of a USA Today editorial: “Blame for the Shutdown Falls Squarely on the GOP.” Nice lapdog. Nice lapdog.
This is all good, because it will hopefully lead to the same thing that eventually happened in the former Soviet Union, namely, no one believed anything the government and its media propagandists ever said. Once this becomes a reality, the days of the regime are limited.