Making the trains run on time

Scratch a Prog, find a fascist.


This quote disturbed me so much, that I just had to make a graphic to reinforce Claire’s post, below.

No, I didn't forget about Obama. BTF: »

(Yeah, I posted this before.)

And for all you fans of state planning, as Immelt is, heeeere ya go.

(What? Who? He wants a banana republic?!)

Okay, time for a little profanity. BTF: »

(Wore a button with this sentiment on it back in undergrad in the late ’60s.)


  1. Lord of the Fleas
    Posted December 13, 2012 at 12:52 pm |

    Now, now – you know full well that it isn’t fascism when THEY do it ….

  2. Merovign
    Posted December 13, 2012 at 5:09 pm |

    The quote didn’t disturb me, it enraged me.

    I think Immelt needs an up-close and personal view of the effects of communist power. I don’t want to hear another fucking word from that asshole until he’s dug up at least a thousand corpses from a leftist mass grave.

    Maybe he could wake up inside the North Korean border. You know, get a little of what you wish for others.

  3. mech
    Posted December 13, 2012 at 6:12 pm |

    Spent a couple of hours listening to Bill Whittle’s Stratosphere lounge to try and get some cheer. I could listen to that guy all day. When he brought out the phaser on episode 19 I about lost it–long lost brother. . .

  4. twomoonz
    Posted December 14, 2012 at 8:45 am |

    Got a chuckle on the “Road To Surfdom”. On the the cover it reads “reprinted from General Motors”. My my how times have changed.

  5. Posted December 14, 2012 at 10:02 pm |

    The trains won’t run on time in California. (Amtrak’s motto is “Never having to wonder when your train will arrive. We don’t know either.”)

    If by some miracle they do run on time, it will be because nobody’s riding them.

    twomoonz : “Road To Surfdom”. One of California’s best-sellers. Hawaii, too.