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Political Banter

  • War on Women, Gays, and Fetuses

    Politics are boring.  Real political discussions about policy, infrastructure, economic strategy, military spending, distribution of goods and service… will make the average person turn to heroine to escape the mundane details of how the substructure of society actually functions.  Have you ever been to a town meeting, or observed how congress operates?  The insides of our political institutions are about as exciting as sitting in traffic.

    People don’t really know how to participate in true political discourse because that is not the most available information for the public to review.  The news we are most exposed to does not focus on the boring details of how government actually works on an objective level, but instead what is broadcasted is the emotional issues which are purely subjective that everyone can have an opinion about.

    There is no need to study macro and microeconomics to have adamant ideas on gay marriage.  You don’t need to familiarize yourself with the minutiae of urban planning to feel pro-choice or pro-life.  There are no criteria of political science courses to participate in the war on women.

    These divisive emotional issues have nothing to do with how our country functions, but they are topics that anyone can have an view on.

    Although in America the economy is God, how much actual information about how our economy works is disseminated?  Does the average person understand how our financial system has been impacted over the past 3 decades, and what the true issues at hand are? Are people genuinely informed on this issue that they care most about?

    In order to have even a quasi understanding of how these systems work you have to sift through complicated rhetoric and terminology.  There is no simple analysis that is making it clear for people to truly digest what has happened and what needs to happen for our future.  And whose responsibility is it to transform this mind-numbing information into what people actually consider when having a political point of view?

    Maybe it is parents?  I decided that as a mother it is my obligation to talk about politics to The Munch in a way that familiarizes her with context and objective information.  I figured it was my duty as a citizen to raise a being who craves to be an informed member of society. So today we had our first lesson about corporate finance and super PAC’s.

    “Hey…. Munch… where are you going? Get back here!”


    September 4, 2012 • 2 years old, Musings, Political Banter • Views: 802

  • Munch’s Thoughts on Gay Marriage

    People have a lot of opinions about gay marriage, including chicken sandwiches, which is weird because my turkey sandwich loves sucking cock.  It is a political issue, a social issue, a religious issue, and also a total non-issue.

    The funny thing about adults is body hair on their toe knuckles.  But the other funny thing is how self-righteous they can be about their beliefs.  Grown-ups thinks they are so wise because they wipe from front to back, but do big people really know more than little ones?

    Case and point:  The Munch and I were reading a book that my friend Lauren gave me called Freckle Face Strawberry written by the actress Julianne Moore.  In said book, one of the main characters is named “Windy Pants” and he has two mommies.  So in this children’s narrative, there is a child with lesbian parents.  When I was reading the book to Munch this is what she said.

    “Windy Pants has two mommies, Mamma.”

    “Yes Munch he does.  He has two mammas.”

    “Windy Pants is soooooo lucky Mamma!”

    I am pretty sure Munch knows what she is talking about, even if she does think thunder is the sky farting.

    August 6, 2012 • 2 years old, Baby Brain, Current Events, Parenting, Political Banter • Views: 2262

  • What is the best regime to raise your kid with?

    Now that I am in the age where discipline is important, I thought it would be cute to ask the question “what is the best political regime to raise kids with?”

    So I decided to do some extensive research on the subject.  I got on my computer, checked my Facebook page, watched a video of a lion nursing a baby cow, and then looked things up in Wikipedia.  Boy, it is a lot of work to get information these days!

    So reading through different types of government made me realize why the world sucks.  These are all really bad ideas!  A dictatorship/monarchy, which emboldens one-person ultimate power, is like putting all your eggs in one basket, pooping on top of the eggs, and then throwing that basket into the wind.  Democracy and Communism both sound kind of sweet and flowery, but I am pretty sure neither of these are in practice in any true sense.  What is really happening in the world is more of an Oligarchy or Aristocracy; letting the rich people rule, which is a seriously dumb idea considering they are all inbred.  I still don’t get what Socialism is, and Totalitarianism does sound an awful lot like parenting.

    A dictatorship is defined as an autocratic form of government in which the government is ruled by an individual:

    A monarchy is a form of government in which sovereignty is actually or nominally embodied in a single individual (the monarch).

    Democracy is a form of government in which all eligible citizens have an equal say in the decisions that affect their lives. Ideally, this includes equal (direct or indirect) participation in the proposal, development and passage of legislation into law.

    Communism (from Latin communis – common, universal) is a revolutionary socialist movement to create a classless, moneyless, and stateless social order structured upon common ownership of the means of production, as well as a social, political and economic ideology that aims at the establishment of this social order.

    Oligarchy (from Greek ὀλιγαρχία (oligarkhía); from ὀλίγος (olígos), meaning “a few”, and ἄρχω (archo), meaning “to rule or to command”)[is a form of power structure in which power effectively rests with a small number of people. These people could be distinguished by royalty, wealth, family ties, education, corporate, or military control. Such states are often controlled by a few prominent families who pass their influence from one generation to the next.

    Aristocracy (Greek ἀριστοκρατία aristokratía, from ἄριστος aristos “excellent,” and κράτος kratos “power”), is a form of government in which a few elite citizens rule.

    Socialism /ˈsoʊʃəlɪzəm/ is an economic system characterized by social ownership and cooperative management of the means of production,[1] and a political philosophy advocating such a system. “Social ownership” may refer to cooperative enterprises, common ownership, direct public ownership or autonomous state enterprises.[2] There are many varieties of socialism and there is no single definition encapsulating all of them.[3] They differ in the type of social ownership they advocate, the degree to which they rely on markets versus planning, how management is to be organized within economic enterprises, and the role of the state in constructing socialism.[4]

    Totalitarianism (or totalitarian rule) is a political system where the state recognizes no limits to its authority and strives to regulate every aspect of public and private life wherever feasible. Totalitarian regimes stay in political power through an all-encompassing propaganda campaign, which is disseminated through the state-controlled mass media, a single party that is often marked by political repression, personality cultism, control over the economy, regulation and restriction of speech, mass surveillance, and widespread use of terror. It is not synonymous to dictatorship, as authoritarian regimes also inhibit dictatorial features, but fail or repudiate utilizing these into an all-controlling, all-politicized society. Similarly, non-dictatorial governments and societies are sometimes denounced as having totalitarian features, including democratic socialism, capitalism and liberal democracy.

    “Fuck that… I am out of here!”

    August 2, 2012 • 2 years old, Behavior, Disciplining, Parenting, Political Banter • Views: 873

  • Big Brother Is Now!

    I was just recently alerted to this article that explains that President Obama has basically taken control of internet access in the states, as well as our own personal communication.  So if the government wanted to take away your ability to communicate or access information, it could.  Take a moment to digest that… sure… I will let the chilidog pass first… oh… and the cake… okay now… digest that.

    All in the name of “homeland security.”

    Fear is the greatest tool of manipulation.  If you are afraid you will give up all your civil liberties for even just the illusion of safety.  People will put microchips in their kid’s brain if there is a tracking system in it.  If the neighbors are doing it, and all the other kids are micro chipped, you are going to do it too because you don’t want your one non-micro-chipped kid to get abducted by pervert aliens.  No one will feel bad for you if your kid gets stolen… because you should have had them micro-chipped right?  But could you imagine what would happen if every citizen had a freaking micro-chip in their skull that the government could track?

    Okay fine… we haven’t all gotten micro-chipped… yet… and that may seem conspiratorial… but I never thought the government would be able to control who gets to see the internet either!

    This is the RIFD microchip. The size of a grain of rice.  Come to think of it, I think I ate one in my burrito the other day. Am I paranoid? Please don’t take away my internet Mr. President… I am nothing without it.



    July 12, 2012 • 2 years old, Current Events, Political Banter • Views: 860

  • Corporate Take Over

    Breaking news!!!! Our president is in bed with big business! Right now Obama is jiggling the balls of multinational corporations, petting the taint with his middle finger, and just ever so softly licking the tip getting ready to take it fully into his mouth.

    Aren’t you so surprised?

    The relationship between politics and business is so obvious it is almost comical, but in a sinister dark end of the world kind of way where you are laughing, but also crying.  All environmental regulations are really just words guys ruling the world say so they can keep fucking us in the ass without any lube and barely enough spit.

    Even when you think you aren’t supporting big business, you probably are.  Oh you are brushing your teeth with Tom’s of Maine?  Well you might as well buy Colgate because that is who owns it.  Wow, you are eating a delicious organic granola bar?  Well why not eat some Kraft Macaroni and Cheese instead because that’s who acquired the company that made your favorite yummy num nums.

    So many natural companies suffer the fate of being bought out by bigger companies because of investors wanting a pay out.  Countless news sources sell out for the same reason.  Big business has its tentacles in every aspect of our lives.  Big pharma companies that create all the medicines for your diseases are all invested in chemical/life science companies like Monsanto that cause them.  There is someone making money off of getting you sick, and then those same people make money from getting you better.

    These companies buy politicians, control information, dictate legislation, deteriorate our health, and destroy the planet.  The banks that invest all YOUR money into these corporate giants keep getting government bailouts to flood the river of Wall Street with more and more blood money.

    So okay people in power…. I get that you want to stay in power, that you want to keep making money for your secret societies and weird lizard like alien ancestors.  That is understandable.  But how about you take these shit shitty shit companies and give then all an eco-makeover.   You can still be your richy rich rich selves and have your masonic ceremonies, but the products you make can maybe not be toxic or cancer causing.  Perhaps you don’t have to suck ALL the oil out of the earth so the planet becomes a dried up raisin, and you can own all the alternative power.  We can stay minions… but we just want to survive.  Like keep living.  With water, and other things we need, like veggies that don’t have fish genes and Agent Orange in them.


  • Politics Schmolotics

    I am trying to follow the election and stay abreast of what is happening, but my other breast keeps getting in the way.  I don’t buy the stories I am being told, and the mainstream analysis of our political culture seems like the real conspiracy theory to me.  I will believe every word in Ancient Aliens, but getting me to trust CNN is impossible.

    It is not like there aren’t people talking about the insanity of campaign finance and the influence of corporate culture on our government.  There is the comedic approach of John Stewart and Stephen Colbert who are trying to uncover the blatant purchasing power Big Business has over legislation and the political process.  There is the academic method that Noam Chomsky, Christopher Hedges, and Jeremy Rifkin employ which is to educate people on the details of why our current “democracy” is an absolute illusion.  Information is available that is attempting honesty and transparency, but that doesn’t mean that is the collective story the public is hearing.

    A lot of people talk in clichés when if comes to expressing their political beliefs, because they don’t really examine the minutiae of what is happening.  It is hard to admit that the entire system is a joke.  What I find so monumentally depressing about it all is that it the world is needlessly crumbling because of the insatiable greed of the few.  So many terrifying statistics like the rising sea levels, peak oil, mass extinction of wild life, all don’t seem to factor in to any of the decisions being made by those in power.  All the “concern” about the environment is cosmetic, rather than making true systemic changes.

    I find it hard to believe that anyone that is as powerful as the president isn’t a somewhat compromised individual.  There is no way Obama can accomplish everything he may want to, because there is too much bureaucracy and too many fat cats he is beholden to.  Obama was more about the rebranding of America then anything else.  One man can’t change the New World Order set up by many.  When Obama became president it was like we revamped our logo.  From a global perspective he made us seem like a somewhat reasonable nation, and from a national one, he helped defuse the growing discontent of the progressive left.  American is no longer a country, but a corporation.  One that has to considering marketing to appease the public, but in reality is continuing as business as usual.

    “If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.” – Christopher Hedges

    “That’s funny Mama because your breasts get in the way of my political views too!”

  • Birth Control Makes You a SLUT!

    Birth; the most magical element to life we humans want to control it.  Do you want to know why?  Because babies and kids can be really annoying that is why.

    There are a lot of questions when it comes to birth control that can never be answered.  I personally cannot deny the spiritual aspect to conception and would never claim to know the initiation of the soul.  My hunch is that a wad of sperm shooting through a vag canal on a quest to create life is mystical act… but whether that sperm is trapped in a penis rain coat, or blocked by hormones, that is up to the people wiggling around with their genitals connected.  Just because you want to hump, doesn’t mean you want a bump.  (Ummmm trademark!)

    Rush Limbaugh’s comments regarding women and birth control are obviously demented, but what is most depressing is that he is not alone in his thinking.  He obviously felt so justified by his opinion that it didn’t even occur to him to perhaps censor his misogynist beliefs.  It was almost as if he had to be told after the fact that you don’t say those things in public, but only in private to your buddies while standing around in your towels at the gym comparing methods on how to best shave your testicles.

    And I don’t get why he says “slut” like it’s a bad thing?  Who are all these guys sleeping with if not the sluts?

    The fact that men are having such outspoken opinions about woman’s birth control is crazy town.  Men should be grateful that women are putting semi-poisonous substances into their bodies so guys can splooge without fear.  If anyone should be complaining about birth control it is women!  We are the ones who have to deal with the health risks!  Why don’t men take the birth control pills you whores…

    This guy must get soooo much pussy

    March 7, 2012 • 1 year old, Health, Mommy Body, Mommy Mind, Musings, Political Banter • Views: 931

  • Facebook Frenzy

    I logged on to Facebook just now and the first post on my news feed was a picture of a dead guy with his brains blown out. Now I have the image of this guy’s inner mind ejected over the concrete with his body plastered in blood haunting my being. There are some things you can never erase from your memory and forever see on the insides of your eyelids, and this is one of them.

    So it got me thinking about Facebook and what it is really all about…I mean besides selling all your personal information to the government, keeping copies of your pictures for their giant Facebook photo book that is shared with a series of questionable characters, and a covert target marketing campaign that infiltrates your soul every time you log on. Yes we use it to connect to other people, brag about our accomplishments, boast our intelligence by quoting people more intelligent than us, pretend you remembered someone’s birthday, and sometimes over-share our feelings about a break up… but there is something more to Facebook. Something as addictive as it is sinister, as profound as it is superficial.

    Because Facebook began as an exclusive network for ivy league students it has miraculously been able to maintain its cache even though everyone and their mother is on it. Literally… your mom is probably pressing “like” on a picture of a kitten about to fall into a toilet right now. Because of its origins, it is probable that Facebook will only gain cultural relevance in the years to come. It has managed to avoid the traps other social networking sights failed to protect themselves from of becoming cheesy, and has such a stronghold on the market that no one can really compete. Who wants to have to check another platform when you already have Facebook?

    But the question is where is Facebook going to take us, or where are we going to take it? Although I was not quite ready to be exposed to a gruesome murder when I was actually looking to see if any one posted a video with some child singing a Lady Gaga song, it made me think of how potent and valuable this tool could really be. There is vast potential for organization on our part, like a nation wide ban of a certain company, a collective push to elect an honorable politician, or we could just continue posting status updates of what we ate that day.

    “Oooo I got one Mom! Write… “sitting on the counter munching on bread…”

    November 15, 2011 • 1 year old, Musings, Political Banter • Views: 900


    I just read this article, and did you know that child slaves in Africa made your Halloween candy?

    I know that for kids Halloween is fun as shit… choosing your costume, the candy, the walking around in the dark with your friends, the candy, seeing what other people are wearing, the candy, doing something out of the ordinary, the candy, haunted houses, and the candy. Can’t blame the kids… good times all around.

    But hello adults!!! Can’t we provide all that same fun and not support child slavery?

    Of course it is tricky, because all the eco hippy candy doesn’t come in Halloween sizes and all the packaging is about as exciting as a brown paper bag. If you were to make organic wheat free fair trade chocolate chip cookies no one would eat them because it would be assumed they were poisoned and hiding razor blades. You can’t hand out raisins because that is lame and if you only gave skittles you might as well hand out injections of high fructose corn syrup.

    This s a real problem!

    Maybe the solution is force kids to get imaginative with their tricks? Maybe kids have gotten lazy assuming they are going to get a treat? What if we had a year where we were like “Nope wrong. No candy. What you got kid? Lets do this!” and see what happens.

    It isn’t the worst idea ever right? And besides, is a pillowcase full of candy really a good idea for any human to ingest? I mean I am not a doctor or anything, but I heard a rumor that eating excessive amounts of sugar wasn’t good for you.

    In the meantime… who don’t you lazy hippies get off your quinoa coated asses and make some eco Halloween candy that was not made by child slaves?


    October 28, 2011 • 1 year old, Political Banter • Views: 2420