Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Because so many liberals aka democrats are so simple-minded and idiotic in their rationale, I feel it is important to explain to them that most over-the-top crazies at these so called "tea-parties" are Libertarians and NOT Republicans. Long run-on sentence, I know, but its part of my charm. Democrats are scared little kitties and who are they afraid of? The big bad cat, the republicans, mainly because we tower in the brain department. Their irrational fear and hatred has been taught to them from the womb by their drug-addicted hippie parents, so it's really not entirely their fault. So today a lesson about political parties is necessary to quell their ill found angst at this polarizing time in political history.
Libertarians are both liberal and conservative. They are fiscally and domestically conservative and internationally and socially liberal. Libertarians are the ugly, annoying neighbor kid that poops in your yard, party of the country. Losertarians are schizophrenic and paranoid at the same time and they make Joe Biden look mentally healthy. Example exhibit A: Glenn Beck. Glenn may be on the conservative FOX network, but he is no more a Republican than is Rosie O'Donnell. Let's just get that one straight right here and right now.
Here is a statement from the official Libertarian website explaining the party platform's stance on abortion: Recognizing that abortion is a sensitive issue and that people can hold good-faith views on all sides, we believe that government should be kept out of the matter, leaving the question to each person for their conscientious consideration. So this is a position? Not for and not against, just against governmental imposition. My question is this: If we are a nation ruled by law, and those laws are enforced by the government, then shouldn't there be a consensus or a stand given by any politician associated with a party to define what is and is not acceptable to them and their constiuents? The government would need to enforce what society has determined to be acceptable or unacceptable and that means governmental involvement in the decision of abortion as needed. To me it makes sense to make clear the position on the morality and legality of abortion so that one might know whether to align themselves with any political party. This party is so jacked-up. A political party that is so borderline anarchist and laced with fringe conspiracy theorists as its main outfitter, doesn't deserve any legitimate consideration. But alas, this is America and we are free to be retards. Basically libertarians hate and distrust the government profusely. Don't we all, but not to the level of psychotic constipation.
The Libertarian platform for the economy is one of total and complete Laissez-faire compliance. For those liberals that are clueless, which is most if not all of you, that means literally: hands-off to the government, period. No governmental regulations or interference of ANY kind in the free market system. And that means getting rid of income taxes all together and making the government an entity that protects property rights and manages disputes, period. The republican platform is uniformly different.
The republican economic platform states that hardworking Americans should keep more of what they earn. It's a great concept, but the covetous and envied democrats look at what others have and their lust makes them drive the government to take said wealth and distribute what they themselves don't have. Poor Democrats are far more greedy than rich repugs will ever be, but that is a different post. Most dumbocrats equate hard-working Americans as blue collar workers vs. the white collared professional or business owners. Turns out that business owners and professionals work really hard, too. Weird huh? I know! I kinda thought all republicans were lazy bastards laying around counting their money and spitting on homeless children freezing in the streets. Stupid donkeys. The platform states: We believe government should tax only to raise money for its essential functions. Today’s Democratic Party views the tax code as a tool for social engineering. They use it to control our behavior, steer our choices, and change the way we live our lives. The Republican Party will put a stop to both social engineering and corporate handouts by simplifying tax policy, eliminating special deals, and putting those saved dollars back into the taxpayers’ pockets. Essential functions people. This is a far cry from a complete laissez-faire mentality given by the losertarians. So when you have someone calling Obama a socialist and a communist, look to the losertarian party, the party of total and complete no use for government EVER. Not only are their ideas nonsensical, but they do conservatives and liberals a disservice by aligning themselves with either party because they are such brazen wackos. They have no chance in major elections so they run under the guise of either a democrat or a republican such as Ron Paul did in the last Presidential election. Some try to introduce a third party option after the primaries only to create massive amounts of political masturbation coming from one party or the other.
Obama supporters are some of the craziest people on the planet, but have you ever tried talk to a Ron Paul supporter? Whoa, lay off the meth, you totally high strung schizoid manic. Liberals are crazy enough, but add some losertarians to the mix and it makes for a fun little mental state of emergency in the US of A. Total tools are the people who align themselves with this train wreck of a party. The funny thing is, most losertarians aka Ron Paul(Paul ran as a republican, but he isn't one)supporters jumped ship and voted for Obama. Dumb as friggin rocks these youth politico's are today. Ideological polar opposites. Riddle me this. Stupid me that. Now they champion less government, go figure.
Take note Dem's. Libertarians are your biggest enemies right now. Don't get me wrong, my republican planet is full of health care hate and debate, but get your facts straight when you start dissing on repugs as though Glenn Beck is one cuz he ain't. And don't think you are off of the ideological hook. As soon as you start marching for the homo's to get hitched or to stop any given war, they will be your bff's, too. Losertarians are a huge anti-war bunch, so kiss mama on the mouth liberals they are your ideological cousins. But right now they are democrat public enemy #1 strictly based on your health care and wealth scare. A total bi-polar party with absolutely no answers for anything other than a collective cry of Braveheart FREEDOM from government and conspiracy derangement. So once again I say...shut the hell up donkeys. You are a bunch of friggin turnips that just fell off the truck. At least keep it shutty until you have a friggin clue. Then by all means, say something resembling anything. I AM OUT!


namaste said...

lots of good one liners here. but if i must pick?

"Their irrational fear and hatred has been taught to them from the womb by their drug-addicted hippie parents, so it's really not entirely their fault."

oooooh! nice fight picking on the libertarians. i love it! i know we've discussed this. but you went deeper than you let on, girlie. haha! can't wait to see the response (if there is any). nice post.

Southern Sage said...

After reading this I am unclear on how you would classify libertarians!

Nikki said...

SS, hehe!! :)N

Nikki said...

Maria, you know me, any time I can use the drug addicted hippie reference I AM ON IT!! HA! :)

Clifton B said...

Hey Nikki, I am dropping by to give a quick hello and to share a link with you. I thought you might like this article on Romney.


BTW, you had me spitting my Sprite all over my keyboard with that post on Hate! Girl you are a laugh a minute!

El Cerdo Ignatius said...

We believe government should tax only to raise money for its essential functions. Today’s Democratic Party views the tax code as a tool for social engineering. They use it to control our behavior, steer our choices, and change the way we live our lives. The Republican Party will put a stop to both social engineering and corporate handouts by simplifying tax policy, eliminating special deals, and putting those saved dollars back into the taxpayers’ pockets.

Such a damn shame that no one in the previous Republican administration, including the fiscally sloppy George W. Bush, actually believed a word of this. It might make the GOP more credible when it comes to shoving matches with the Spendocrats.

Nikki, I have to ask a clarifying question before continuing: are you dissing libertarians, or Libertarians (as in "members of the Libertarian Party"), or both?

Nikki said...

Clifton!! thanks for the link on my man Mitt, but dude, there are no pictures of his total hotness! The comments are always the best in articles like that one...he is of course a liberal republican. oi. Glad u didn't hate the hate post..hahaha!! Now about that sprite...:)N

Nikki said...

El C, is there a difference? HA! Truth be told, I don't know if I should cap these stupid political parties when I mention them or not and I just get lazy and do it only sometimes...but I am dissing them ALL!! Unless you are one, then I am only dissing the dumb ones. :)N

El Cerdo Ignatius said...

...but I am dissing them ALL!! Unless you are one, then I am only dissing the dumb ones. :)N

Bwahahahahaha!!! Good save, Nik.

I do not describe myself as a libertarian, but I hasten to point out that there are many areas of overlap between conservatism and libertarianism. In fact, conservatism could stand to learn a few lessons from the libertarians. Among those are a strong emphasis on personal liberty and minimal government intrusion into spheres of life which most conservatives consider private. The problem is that most conservatives, once in office, just play along and permit the continued growth of government.

Libertarianism is such a broad term that to swipe at it in this manner is a little unseemly. There is left- and right-libertarianism, and they differ a great deal. Right-libertarians (who may not like that label, preferring to describe themselves as simply "libertarian"), for example, consider the government to have a legitimate role but object to government oversteps and overreach. There are obvious divergences, such as the libertarian emphasis on total personal freedom without reference to standards of public morality, versus the conservative approach of defining moral standards and objecting to behaviour that ignores or mocks those standards. A good example of this would be the issue of abortion, which you cited, where most conservatives take a two-pronged approach, asserting that the unborn have rights and that (with or without a definition of those rights) the act of abortion is morally repugnant. On the other hand, libertarians generally don't believe in rights for the unborn and want the issue to remain a strictly private matter.

As for Ron Paul, I'll admit I don't know a lot about him, but I did see him in a YouTube video once, about two years back, dressing down Ben Bernanke for permitting the true cost of credit to remain artificially low for too long. Bernanke stared at Rep. Paul like a deer frozen in the headlights of an oncoming tractor-trailer. But Ron Paul was absolutely right about the issue of credit and liquidity, and he was right about it before almost everyone else. Above all, he nailed it before the financial meltdown last year that can partially be blamed on Fed credit policy. Too bad no one was listening.

As to the blame you assign to the libertarians for name calling and extreme messages in today's political tug-of-war, that is a matter of debate. The loudest voices on talk radio, using epithets like "Marxist", "neo-Marxist", "Communist", etc., are not self-described libertarians.

And finally, I'd be interested to hear the source for your assertion that most libertarians voted for Obama. It may well be true, but I'd like to know whence you derive it.

Nikki said...

El C, I must clarify...the libertarians that voted for Obama would be the YOUTH who supported Ron Paul. I am not sure they called themselves libertarian or not that is a valid point, but they supported him as he was overtly anti-war and these voters flocked to Obama because he was pulling the troops out of Iraq, oops not, only to find out he was a spender and now oppose his cap and trade etc. So it wasn't your general libertarians, just the MTV type voters who followed Paul, who probably had no clue. Great comment and hope I clarified! I will say this, Ron Paul definitely was right about the fiscal mess. He is just so looney. :)N

EDGE said...

I can understand a lot of the Libertarians view points (not all of course). I must say I'd rather had one of them in office than a Dem any day.

Eric Dondero said...



Please! understand Ron Paul and his supporters are on the far-out fringe of the libertarian movement. Some of us no longer consider them to even be libertarians, but rather whacky populists with a leftwing foreign policy.

Libertarians are STRONG ON DEFENSE, particularly us Libertarian Republicans.

You need to learn more about the broader libertarian movement. You seem to be associating all of us libertarians with the whackiest elements of our group.

Nikki said...

Eric, the fact that you have to attache a "republican" to your "Libertarian" means there are indeed differing factions of the party. I know I didn't make that clear, but I think political readers, except for retarded liberals, are pretty savvy and get that. Its politics 101...So are you a "moderate" libertarian? Please no offense when I don't cap the political parties, it gets old. :)N

Nikki said...

AND one more thing Eric...even you moderate libertarians are far far far more conservative than us moderate republicans, don't you think? So to me, that is extreme. But as long as you are nice, it's all good. :)N