After the debt ceiling debate collapsed into a frenzy of masturbation climaxing in the orgasm brought on by a head trauma victim casting her vote, you'd expect there to be some sort of fall out. We weren't rioting in the streets demanding action, but you'd have to at least hope that Americans weren't placated by the fact that a committee of 12 overpaid, corporate whore cocksuckers were overseeing the future of America's financial security. When you don't have a riot, you find the anger in one other place: the polls.
Various polls are showing people are pissed at all elected officials, including those happily ignorant Tea Party Parrots. I'm tempted to send them mini-nooses and razor blades with a note implying that the only thing they are good for is business at the funeral parlor. After all, part of the reason this debate went on so long is that the Tea Party Parrots acted like little kids at the playground, unwilling to compromise and pissing their pants. The honorable thing to do, the right thing to do, is immolation on the steps of the Capitol. The black smoke, the stench of burning meat -- hell, I'd be roasting hot dogs on the flames. If we won't hang them (and they won't do it themselves), the least they can do is burn. It seems only fair. Senior citizens were terrified of being cut off, with reason, too. Scaring old people is something for the nightly news to do, not elected officials. Before this all they had to worry about was Regis Philbin retiring, leaving that "hussy" Kelly to hold down the fort.
The polls, of course, mean nothing. As a nation, we are quick to forget. As a people, we are loathe to take action. We're more concerned with where Tiger Woods has placed penis than we are over our financial futures.
Of course, there's always sabotage to show your disapproval. These elected officials have people working for them. They buy food at restaurants. They get their mail delivered. Never underestimate the power of one person with the urge to right wrongs. One man planted one logic bomb in a computer system at Bank of America which caused payroll to disappear and supervisors to lose their jobs. Imagine the fun to be had with your representatives.