Friday, August 24, 2012

24 August 2012 Creating jobs they won’t brag about at home.

Cassi Creek:
          What would be fitting response to the GOP/teavangelists from the “deity that they claim to speak for?  Certainly, an act of nature such as a hurricane disrupting delegate and VIP travel, along with a flooded venue would seem appropriate.   The most prominent and loudest of the various cult leaders could take the opportunity to organize prayers beseeching a non-existent deity to divert TS Isaac.  Asking supernatural intervention to re-direct a storm so that it spares a commercial/political infomercial at the expense of millions of year round Gulf coast, residents’ homes and businesses certainly demonstrates the deeply ingrained lack of concern for anyone but the ultra-rich by the teavangelist demagogues. 

          Hear the sound of hypocrisy as all those GOP/teavangelist pulpit puppets pray for a hurricane to strike the homes of working people instead of the 2nd, 3rd, and other luxury homes that may only house a family for a week each year. 
          If I were a photographer, I’d skip the infomercial and speeches.  I’d park myself outside a strip club with a long lens and a large memory card.  I’d take photos of every male entering the clubs, immediately back them up offsite, and run them through facial recognition software against every member of Congress and every GOP delegate.  Hometown papers might like to see how the local males behave in the big, sinful, city. 
Strippers look to GOP to 'make it rain'
By Ann O'Neill, CNN
updated 10:32 PM EDT, Thu August 23, 2012

The photo opportunities should be tremendous.  The Tampa strip clubs are open around the clock.  Delegates waiting out the hours between major speeches can spend some time, and some cash, creating more local jobs.  However, I suspect that those jobs won’t be mentioned in the following campaign.

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