Mimsy Were the Borogoves

Editorials: Where I rant to the wall about politics. And sometimes the wall rants back.

A fish called Blogcon

Jerry Stratton, November 11, 2011

The morning was about tea parties, what they stand for, and why they don’t have rapes, shootings, and urinating in food carts. Matt Kibbe described the tea party ethos as

  1. Don’t hurt other people.
  2. Don’t take their stuff.

OWS’s transgressions fall under either hurting other people or taking their stuff, or hurting them because they won’t let you take their stuff,

What do we do?

We are an actual movement that does stuff.

That was from Stephen Kruiser, who added that what that stuff we do is is kneecap the Republican Party. The folks who gave us “Ron Paul and the TARPettes.”

The Democrats are attempting to steal the tea party thunder, but they took the slogan “we the people” and turned it into “we’re the people, they’re not.” It’s an especially frightening slogan delivered from the mouths of kids.

I took the title from “I hope you’re not ashamed I named my fish after you.”

In response to BlogCon 2011: Are you ready for that? Checking into a Denver hotel under a phony name with intent to commit capital fraud and a head full of acid? I sure hope so.

  1. <- Good morning!
  2. Occupy Blogcon in Denver ->