Wed Jan 2, 2013, 05:46 AM
madokie (47,202 posts)
The good, hard spanking of 2012, Mark Morford
Bet on the Nazi socialist Kenyan
Is it not refreshing? Is it not all kinds of wonderful to be reminded that all the spittle-flecked hate and hissing resentment in the world still canít defeat intelligence, wisdom, flawed but honest integrity?
Behold: The GOPís relentless, shameless four-year onslaught of racism, birtherism, isolationism and gross antipathy, during which they called the president everything from a communist to a Nazi to a fundamentalist Muslim, failed to rally sufficient numbers of the undereducated and the paranoid to nosedive the nation back into a sinkhole of conservative bile. It was easily the most methodical, coldblooded personal attack in modern political history, and it failed ugly. Hugs all around.
White men canít jump
Did you feel it? The tipping point? The grand flip from white male-dominated, paranoid ní reactionary cultural stasis to female-empowered, minority-voiced, messier-than-thou, barely controlled chaos? The 2012 election ushered in nothing short of a new phase, era, chapter in the increasingly weird American experiment, one in which the old, scared white guys of the world, while far from being completely sidelined, are at least no longer assured of their unimpeded dominance and political authority. Not only do the Mitt Romneys of America no longer hold all the reins, they never will again. A wobbly, rainbow-coalition future beats an uptight, monochromatic past any day.
Global warming gives you the finger
The adorably ignorant cluster of global-warming deniers is now even tinier, more ignorant, and less worth giving a momentís irritated glance than ever. Hurricane Sandy wasnít a wake-up call, she was a mission statement, an attack plan, an overt strategy for Mother Natureís violent reclamation of our despoiled world, given how we apparently canít seem to take care of her properly. Since weíve waited far too long to take major action to heal the planet, Mother Nature will do what she does best: devastate our overblown egos and rinse the place clean. No one is actually ready.
The rest: http://blog.sfgate.com/morford/2013/01/01/the-good-hard-spanking-of-2012/
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Response to madokie (Original post)
Wed Jan 2, 2013, 08:43 AM
Leopolds Ghost (12,856 posts)
6. That's funny. Climate change is not a priority for this administration
So Mark should do something about it himself (like visit the anti-Keystone activists) or shut up about it.
Response to lunatica (Reply #7)
Sun Jan 6, 2013, 04:41 PM
Leopolds Ghost (12,856 posts)
10. Sorry. I was being facetious
This is the worst period for climate change ever, we're running headlong off a fossil fuel cliff and the Administration seems to be solidly in favor of increasing US fossil fuel production even more. No more "peak oil" now that prices have plateaued and they can strip mine for oil and gas...