19 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. So, you can’t even say anything nice on Christmas! You need not wonder, then, why most of us have no use for your kind. If you can’t even be nice on Christmas you have no redeeming value. I feel sorry for people like you.
    Having said that, I still wish you a merry Christmas and may your new year be all you hope it will be.

      1. Splitting hairs. I still feel sorry for you. Christmas must be bleak for you. All the smiles and merriment. Bah humbug, right?
        While the rest of us are opening presents and wishing each other well you will be sitting behind your computer spewing as much venom as your little mind can conjure.

    1. No. I have nothing nice to say to Scott Walker on Christmas (or, more accurately, the day before Christmas).

      1. Phil,
        I believe you. I think you are just that kind of person. Christmas and the season means little to you and those so wrapped up in the hate and the ideology of hate that that is all you can think about.
        You have my pity and sympathy.
        I will pray for you.

    2. most of us have no use for your kind.

      you have no redeeming value. I feel sorry for people like you.

      What, you can’t even say anything nice during the winter solstice celebration, jim? 😉

      1. Or Festivus!

        Welcome, new comers. The tradition of Festivus begins with the airing of grievances. I got a lot of problems with you people! And now you’re gonna hear about it!

  2. Thanks to Obama we don’t have enough fast food joints to put all the unemployed to work

    Merry Christmas haters

    1. Ray,

      You really should try to stop huffing that charcoal starter. I know that brain damage is irreversible but at least you won’t get any worse.

      Something to think about. Happy Holidays!

  3. The only thing more wretched than Family Guy is your all-consuming hatred toward just about the only politician with the courage to take necessary actions to balance the budget responsibly. Of course we are all entitled to disagree, and to that, I wish you a genuine Merry Christmas (if I am allowed to do that the day BEFORE the 25th).

    1. forgotmyscreenname,
      As you can see, this blog is by and for those who want to take the money you earned through your labor and hand it to people who have made decisions that have landed them in positions of want. Like the politicians that have run this state into the ground it makes them feel better about themselves. They do not explain, however, what it is about you and me that makes them think we owe something to people like that. They think with their heart.

      1. Having said that, I do believe that the percentage of my income that I give to charities is well spent. I give to the Salvation Army and would encourage everyone to do the same. I have seen the good work that they do and wholeheartedly endorse their work.
        Merry Christmas to all and to all a happy new year.

    2. What I find wretched is Scott Walker talking about how much he values public employees as he cut their take-home pay by thousands of dollars per year while largely removing their ability to have a voice in their workplaces.

      I also find Republican efforts to paint public employees as “enemies of the taxpayer” to be wretched.

  4. Who knew a 2 minute Family Guy clip could drag the idiots out from under their rocks? Had I known this, I would have used this Family Guy clip long ago!

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