Penis v. Vagina

State Representative Lisa Brown was silenced for using the “V-Word.” Not violence. Not vanity. Not vote. Even though, those are dangerous words, words which denote “might makes right,” lack of humility and power to the people.

State Representative Lisa Brown used the other V-Word, “Vagina.”

As someone who’s officially fed-up with recalls, filibusters and impeachments, I find myself at a loss for what to do with the bullies who orchestrated a beat-down over the word “Vagina.”

Turns out, we’re not so different from the “Terror Loving Terrorists.” They hate women, hiding them beneath Burkas. We hate women, shutting them up about Vaginas.

WHAT A BUNCH OF SICK-FUCKS.

Speaking of diseased minds, Tucker Carlson is a hypocrite’s hypocrite. Here’s a guy who insisted The Left respect the office of the presidency, even when it was being occupied by a cowboy who was appointed by The Supreme Court. And yet, this week, “Mister Respect The Office Of The Presidency” praised one of his journalists for interrupting a president who won the oval office with the kind of majorities Ronald Reagan would have blushed about.

I happen to agree with Tucker Carlson, incidentally. There’s too much reverence for people in power.

We vote them in. We give them jobs. We pay them. We pay them way too much.

I think they should be afraid of us. Not us afraid of them.

In fact, the police should be protecting us, not them.

The police should turn directly around, at the very next rally, 180-Degrees, and point those tax-payer-funded batons at the bullies we elected, who aren’t doing their jobs, instead picking-on the kids who are living-up to the highest calling of civic duty: protesting injustice.

We need more disrespectful interruptions. We need more obnoxious journalists shouting-out uncomfortable questions. We need a rebirth of incivility.  So Tucker Carlson is right. But not because he was living-up to “Freedom Of The Press.”

Truth is, Tucker Carlson and his crummy journalists are nothing more than a bunch of bigots. They just don’t have the guts to admit it. There’s a word they’re dying to call the president. And it ain’t the V-Word.

So they try to diminish the presidency with interruptions.

I happen to have enough faith in President Obama to be intrigued at seeing him step into the moment, instead of reciting prepared remarks. Watching Neil Munro be put in his place, in The Rose Garden, by a clearly pissed-off President Obama, was one of my favorite moments of journalism.

Not because Neil Munro mistimed his question, or was shouting-out an uncomfortable question, or confronting a bully; but instead, because Neil Munro intended to disrespect this president, strategically, and Barack Obama swatted down his arrogance like a pesky gnat.

SWAT. SPLAT. DIE, BIGOT.

Neil Munro should absolutely be allowed to all future presidential press conferences, on the condition he wears fly tape over his mouth, like a contagious Sick-Fuck.

Welcome to Backwards Land. Where bigotry is celebrated instead of overcome. Where Vaginas are banned instead of brought to orgasm. Where Tucker Carlson and Neil Munro get to make millions of dollars as professional liars, while I eke out a living, with bottomless cups of coffee, with 4% profit margins on pastrami, with obesity masquerading as rugelach, with payroll taxes punishing bus boys for “tippable hours” since they’re not “job creators.”

In a word: OY.

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19 Responses to Penis v. Vagina

  1. Andy says:

    4% on pastrami???? Like when you sell a sandwich or bythe deli pound. 4 pointis that all?

    • Gregor says:

      4% on pastrami. 3.825% on lean corn beef. 2.375% on bottomless coffee.

      0.0% on complimentary pickles & bread (which are expected instead of appreciated).

      -104.375% on political contributions, requested with obnoxious regularity, from both sides of the aisle, by the staff of candidates who treat my inventory like it’s made by Oompa Loompas.

      Little known fact about Oompa Loompas: they hate singing but love overtime pay.

  2. Andy says:

    Highland Park local politicians?

  3. Gregor says:

    Local guys.

    Ilya Sheyman, a democrat who ran to be congressman of the 10th congressional district. He lost. But Ilya ran a terrific campaign. I’d support him in any future endeavor.

    Dr. Arie Friedman, a republican who’s currently running for state senate. This is my first time supporting a republican. Interesting guy, his office is a few doors down from our deli. We sat down for an hour, the other day. I liked what he had to say.

  4. Andy says:

    Was he a Libertarian type of Republican? I think Barack is in trouble. Romney not as bad as I thought. Gonna be a wild race.

    • Gregor says:

      Don’t know what that means, “Libertarian Type.” He’s not like Ron Paul. I think Arie is a straight-up Republican. Here’s a link to his website:

      http://www.friedmanforsenate.com/

      All I’m saying is I met him. I liked him. I’m comfortable supporting him. At this point in my life, I’m pretty much done voting the party. I’ll vote the person. I freed myself from that nonsense when I voted for Rich Whitney instead of Rod Blagojevich.

      Politically, I don’t have “enemies.” Just people who annoy me by pretending to have all of the answers, all of the time.

    • ROY says:

      I hope Barack is in trouble, since that’s what elections are for. Candidates are supposed to put themselves up against the ropes, so we can shout at them, making our demands loud and clear. That way, when they end-up in the bubble, there’s a chance we might actually get something meaningful accomplished. Of all the Republican Candidates, Mitt Romney was the most reasonable. I think he’ll be a good challenger. No one is guaranteed a 2nd term. You have to fight for it. I seem to remember Barack being a terrific fighter, back in ’08. Maybe time has tempered the man. Or maybe he’s even more deft and agile. Who knows? Either way, Andy happens to be correct in stating: “Gonna Be A Wild Race.”

  5. Andy says:

    Im so with you Greg. I want to be reasonable but our divisions are so bad. I met Franken and I actually liked the degenerate. My impression of him was PWL. But talking to the man, I gained respect for his civility and his understanding of the issues. I knew his NRA voting record. And he knew it, too, which shocked me in the balls. Bottom line: we are just too divided a country for serious political discourse. We are sinking and fast.

    Praise the Lord and hold on to your ammunition.

    • Greg Morelli says:

      The divisions are unnecessary, nothing more than spoiled people looking to take sides. Your language is inflammatory, nothing more than church and state alarmism. I don’t buy it, sorry.

      Truth is, I don’t dislike you. But then again, I don’t like you, especially when you push my buttons for the sake of pushing my buttons. Ultimately, pal, when it gets right down to it, I don’t really know you. At all.

      The things you’re mad about have more to do with growing-up and letting go of old beliefs, so you can shed the boy you were raised to be and find the man you were meant to be. But I can’t help you with that.

      If you want to cling, cling. It’s certainly a safe place to hide. To a guy like you, a gun is an adult Teddy Bear, something you can hold in one hand while you suck your thumb with the other.

  6. Don says:

    Arie Friedman seems like just another far right Republican who is ready to do nasty right winged work.
    He is against a woman’s right to chose.
    He believes the Obama Health Care Plan should be repealed.
    And he believes in medical malpractice tort reform, a long proven hoax conjured up by Carl Rove.
    Go and vote for him. Might as well join them. Losing sucks.

  7. Don says:

    Look, Arie took down a video he had put up against abortion. No only is he fucked up, but he is a coward! Reminds me of your friend Andy.

    http://lcrtl.blogspot.com/2010/08/arie-friedman-me-on-donald-berwick-md.html

    • Gregor says:

      I’m not saying he’s got my vote. I’m not out there, knocking on doors. But I will drop by his call center with rugelach for his volunteers. Why? Because I admire anyone putting themselves “out there.” The people trying aren’t the problem. The people whining, or even worse, not paying attention, are the problem.

      Listen: gay equality is a forgone conclusion, the right to abortion is a forgone conclusion, Safeways are grocery stores and NOT gun ranges. If, however, they want to list grievances, and turn America into Egypt, I say this, “Game On.” I’ll shave my JewFro, dust off my M16A2 and open a concentration camp for Sick Fucks, to make a little extra cash on the side.

  8. Don says:

    He is against same sex marriage and is a founding member of the Illinois Tea party. I wonder why he doesn’t brag about that on his web site?

    http://illinoisissues.uis.edu/archives/2011/11/teaparty.html

    He failed to get his lips around the government’s tit in a national election, so now he’s thinking smaller. Smart play. Once you get your Federal seat, vote how you’re told for big corporations to sell our humanity, then you get paid in millions. Just a great guy.

  9. Don says:

    Greg, Andy the idiot and Friedman can hold a tea party meeting at Max’s. Bring yer guns cauz er be a shooten at pictures of the monkey with big ears after supper. Yeeh haw mother fuckers.

  10. Don says:

    Per their own website: Tea Party supporters were “more likely to be male, white, affluent, weekly church attenders and to follow national news very closely.” While fiscal responsibility and smaller government are the rallying cries of the movement, its members tend to be more conservative than the general electorate on social issues, too. They are more likely, for example, to oppose same-sex marriage, abortion, the possibility of citizenship for illegal immigrants and gun control.

    A bunch of white guys pissed that the world changed a little too much for them and KKK cult to handle.

  11. Don says:

    If Greg met Ted Bundy, Ted would charm Greg and he would vote for Ted as the new president of highschool cheerleaders. Family matters with a chunk of the Bible.

    • Gregor says:

      If I met Ted Bundy, first I’d schmooze him. When it didn’t work, I’d dig a hole in my crawl space and invite him over for dinner. Bundy Skewers, featuring Green Peppers, Onions and The Heart of a Sociopath. It sounds delicious.

      Don’t kid yourself, Don. I might be “Left of Lesbian,” but I’m more dangerous than an unpaid hooker.

  12. Babs says:

    Here’s the real problem. Begins with a V and ends in A. Too much Viagra in Congress and not enough Vagina!!

  13. Gregor says:

    You certainly put your finger on it, Babs!

    ;-)

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