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2013-12-15 01:56:10 AM  
Do you think there aren't enough powdered wigs in Washington? Good news! There's a party for you. With their mascot (the owl) and a middle-of-the-road centrist policy, the Whigs motto might as well be, "C'mon, guys. Let's all get along, huh? Please?"

Thats not a reason to think they are stupid. Wanting to deescalate the extreme heat in Washington does not make people stupid. Maybe a bit naive, but who is to say that our civilization won't go down that path ever?
 
2013-12-15 02:49:42 AM  
I would have thought Nazis would go for brown.  Brown as in shiat stain.
 
2013-12-15 06:57:34 AM  
Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?
 
2013-12-15 08:04:53 AM  
Old article is lame article, too.
 
2013-12-15 08:21:06 AM  
blogs.citypages.com

I don't know what party Vermin Supreme belongs to, but it's got to be worse than those in TFA.

/dnrta
 
2013-12-15 08:25:23 AM  

Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?


We're going to kill all the Jews and one tree...
 
2013-12-15 08:26:59 AM  

Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?


Save trees, burn Jews?

Ash. Nature's fertilizer?
 
2013-12-15 08:27:18 AM  
i293.photobucket.com

/oblig.
 
2013-12-15 08:31:32 AM  
The United States Marijuana Party

Now that's a party.
 
2013-12-15 08:36:09 AM  
I prefer a P-funk Party 'cuz there ain't no party like a P-Funk Party 'cuz a P-funk Party don't stop.
 
2013-12-15 08:37:44 AM  
What was the name of the porn star party that ran in Italy
 
2013-12-15 08:40:22 AM  
So vote republican
 
2013-12-15 08:41:45 AM  
Whatever happened to the "Nuke a Gay Whale for Jesus" party?
 
2013-12-15 08:45:56 AM  
oyster.ignimgs.com
 
2013-12-15 08:46:15 AM  

Zarquon's Flat Tire: Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?

We're going to kill all the Jews and one tree...


Why the tree?
 
2013-12-15 08:48:39 AM  

RyogaM: Zarquon's Flat Tire: Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?

We're going to kill all the Jews and one tree...

Why the tree?


See?! No one cares about the Jews!

/thanks
 
2013-12-15 08:56:02 AM  
Ahhhhh. Gettin' this contrarian party started early I see. WHO DEY!
 
2013-12-15 08:57:56 AM  

Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?


That's it. You're PRIMARIED!
 
2013-12-15 08:59:18 AM  
I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.
 
2013-12-15 09:00:45 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?

Save trees, burn Jews?

Ash. Nature's fertilizer?


We use environmentally safe nerve gas that leaves behind no residue!  Our cremation ovens use 25% less fuel but gets 37% better results, thereby having a 50% smaller carbon footprint!  And everything is recycled from gold fillings to clothes!
 
2013-12-15 09:04:55 AM  

cardex: What was the name of the porn star party that ran in Italy


Cicciolina:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilona_Staller

And she didn't just run, she was a member of the Italian parliament in the late 80s.
 
2013-12-15 09:05:15 AM  
Why no comments about the rarties in charge?  Really , the best h=you farkkers can do is the Nazi party?
 
2013-12-15 09:06:59 AM  
Filed in archive HUMOR, POLITICS by GERRI on MARCH 25, 2011

Nearly two year old article gets a greenlight, must be a real slow day on the politics tab
 
2013-12-15 09:16:50 AM  

gfid: Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.


This seems pretty reasonable to me. As an employee, why would I want the lower job prospects, less job security and suppressed wages that more competition for jobs from the unemployed brings?

Of course if I ever become an employer, the calculus on that changes and suddenly they will become lazy bums who need to get back to work.
 
2013-12-15 09:36:08 AM  

Nabb1: I prefer a P-funk Party 'cuz there ain't no party like a P-Funk Party 'cuz a P-funk Party don't stop.


I love them meeses to pieces
 
2013-12-15 09:47:03 AM  

cman: Do you think there aren't enough powdered wigs in Washington? Good news! There's a party for you. With their mascot (the owl) and a middle-of-the-road centrist policy, the Whigs motto might as well be, "C'mon, guys. Let's all get along, huh? Please?"

Thats not a reason to think they are stupid. Wanting to deescalate the extreme heat in Washington does not make people stupid. Maybe a bit naive, but who is to say that our civilization won't go down that path ever?


Yeah, I agree with you here. A dumber party would be The Prohibition Party. Yes, they still exist, apparently longing to go back to the days when alcohol was banned, because we all know what a success that was. How much you want to bet that most of them want alcohol banned just so they can illegally sell it.
 
2013-12-15 09:51:13 AM  
Think I'll post my witty response to this post in about 2 1/2 years from now.
 
2013-12-15 10:03:01 AM  
Aside from the obvious omissions of the Democratic and Republican parties, in New Jersey we have the NSA DID 9/11 party.  Their single candidate runs for President and Senator in every election, on a platform of his brother being behind 9/11.  I have no idea how he is able to keep getting on the ballot, but I also have a hard time making a case that he's much worse than anyone else on there.
 
2013-12-15 10:05:14 AM  
No Libertarian Party?  No Tea Party?
 
2013-12-15 10:05:24 AM  

Richard C Stanford: cman: Do you think there aren't enough powdered wigs in Washington? Good news! There's a party for you. With their mascot (the owl) and a middle-of-the-road centrist policy, the Whigs motto might as well be, "C'mon, guys. Let's all get along, huh? Please?"

Thats not a reason to think they are stupid. Wanting to deescalate the extreme heat in Washington does not make people stupid. Maybe a bit naive, but who is to say that our civilization won't go down that path ever?

Yeah, I agree with you here. A dumber party would be The Prohibition Party. Yes, they still exist, apparently longing to go back to the days when alcohol was banned, because we all know what a success that was. How much you want to bet that most of them want alcohol banned just so they can illegally sell it.


I'd also wager that their average supporter wants it banned for the same reason people screech about porn or gay sex, because they secretly think about it all day, can't get enough of it, and are overcompensating in their effort to hide.
 
2013-12-15 10:16:06 AM  

gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.


The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?
 
2013-12-15 10:18:35 AM  

Dhusk: No Libertarian Party?  No Tea Party?


Tea Party isn't an actual party, at least not yet anyway.

Libertarian Party should be in place of the Objectivist party (who?)
 
2013-12-15 10:19:18 AM  

BMFPitt: Aside from the obvious omissions of the Democratic and Republican parties, in New Jersey we have the NSA DID 9/11 party.  Their single candidate runs for President and Senator in every election, on a platform of his brother being behind 9/11.  I have no idea how he is able to keep getting on the ballot, but I also have a hard time making a case that he's much worse than anyone else on there.


Oh wow, that guy makes Alex Jones seem sane and reasonable
 
2013-12-15 10:23:20 AM  

firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?


To be fair, you do get roads, police, and fire protection, among other things.

The rest of your post is spot on though.
 
2013-12-15 10:33:23 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-12-15 10:40:36 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-15 10:48:57 AM  

firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?



After multiple extensions on your unemployment compensation, call it what it is:  you're a welfare queen.  We all pay taxes every time we buy things.  When your reliance on society (the amount you receive) consistently exceeds the amount you give back- unless you're handicapped, have devoted a life time doing good or helping others, over 60, or have some affliction other than affluenza where you can afford not to work-- you should be feeling some remorse.  Most of what is given back to you is only meant to be short term until you get back on your feet again.  If supplements have become a way of life- and that includes the belief that a minimum wage job is a career-- you're probably doing it wrong; at least for now.


Yes, I've been rock bottom down and out- never had the silver spoon thing going.  I've just learned that sometimes it's alright to crawl out of the hole you've dug for yourself rather than waiting for someone else to come along tossing in stuff to make that hole a more comfortable place to remain.
 
2013-12-15 10:56:08 AM  

firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?


Because claiming on an insurance policy that you have been paying in to is wrong.
 
2013-12-15 10:57:43 AM  

clowncar on fire: firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?


After multiple extensions on your unemployment compensation, call it what it is:  you're a welfare queen.  We all pay taxes every time we buy things.  When your reliance on society (the amount you receive) consistently exceeds the amount you give back- unless you're handicapped, have devoted a life time doing good or helping others, over 60, or have some affliction other than affluenza where you can afford not to work-- you should be feeling some remorse.  Most of what is given back to you is only meant to be short term until you get back on your feet again.  If supplements have become a way of life- and that includes the belief that a minimum wage job is a career-- you're probably doing it wrong; at least for ...



My bad- focusing on the short term stuff the government provides.  Smack me on that one.  We all get to use the roads, bridges, police and fire, medical , education, etc equally no matter what we each put in.  Quality of those things become degraded when be come receivers rather than payers though.
 
2013-12-15 11:00:49 AM  

Rueened: firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?

Because claiming on an insurance policy that you have been paying in to is wrong.



If the original agreement for payout on that policy was 6 weeks, then 3 months, then 6 months, and you keep expecting the payments indefinitely- why yes, violating the terms of that policy would be wrong.
 
2013-12-15 11:06:41 AM  
We don't have a parliamentary system. We have a tripartate system of a very discreet and specific design.
We can have all the political parties we want, but only two of them will amount to anything at any given time.
 
2013-12-15 11:16:34 AM  
I remember when a green nazi used to hang out on alt.conspiracy, or maybe it was alt.music.alternative. It was a long time ago.

Pretty sure he was hardcore pagan, too. Good times.
 
2013-12-15 11:22:25 AM  
Top ten stupidest political parties:

1. Alabama Republican Party
2. Mississippi Republican Party
3. Georgia Republican Party
4. Texas Republican Party
5. Arizona Republican Party
6. Alabama Tea Party
7. Mississippi Tea Party
8. Georgia Tea Party
9. Texas Tea Party
10. Arizona Tea Party
 
2013-12-15 11:26:42 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Nabb1: Green Nazis? What's their motto? "Hug the trees. Kill the Jews."?

Save trees, burn Jews?

Ash. Nature's fertilizer?


Dr Steangelove moment:

'Zee Fuhrer vas very clear: Ve must embrace natural selection! Ve must embrace zee natural vorld. Zee peeples car vill be efficient! Ve must not allow an efficiency gap!'
 
2013-12-15 11:28:06 AM  
I was going to say list fails without Democrats and especially Republicans, but I see they covered that. Not a bad list overall, but it doesn't really leave a lot of voting options. Other than the Guns and Dope Party, I guess.
encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
 
2013-12-15 11:28:14 AM  

clowncar on fire: firefly212: gfid: I remember reading about "The Unemployment Party" in Germany years ago.

Their platform was basically that unemployed people shouldn't be hassled to get jobs because they are giving someone else who actually wants to work the opportunity.

I think they wanted welfare payments too.

The way the unemployed are treated in Germany really makes the way we treat them seem... mind bogglingly stupid... it's just a cultural difference though. There, the unemployed can get discounted/free admission to some family things (museums, etc), they get discounted/free rail/bus tickets to help them connect with potential jobs, and there isn't this weird stigma that Americans have about collecting unemployment. I mean, in the US, you and your employer pay for unemployment insurance out of every paycheck, but if you dare to collect on that at any point in your life, all of a sudden you're villainized as some sort of welfare queen. Frankly though, I don't get most of modern conservatism... they frown on food stamps, welfare, disability, unemployment, subsidized health insuranct and all that stuff... I've paid taxes for the last 20 years... why should I feel bad about actually occasionally asking the government to provide some service in exchange for that money?


After multiple extensions on your unemployment compensation, call it what it is:  you're a welfare queen.  We all pay taxes every time we buy things.  When your reliance on society (the amount you receive) consistently exceeds the amount you give back- unless you're handicapped, have devoted a life time doing good or helping others, over 60, or have some affliction other than affluenza where you can afford not to work-- you should be feeling some remorse.  Most of what is given back to you is only meant to be short term until you get back on your feet again.  If supplements have become a way of life- and that includes the belief that a minimum wage job is a career-- you're probably doing it wrong; at least for ...


I absolutely agree, clowncar.  We should kill children.  We should do the whole farking village.
 
2013-12-15 11:36:22 AM  
When I was on food stamps no one ever gave me a handout
 
2013-12-15 11:37:33 AM  

Loud_Mouth_Soup: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 750x120]


Canada does have some of the more fun political parties such as the Work Less Party, founded by the same guy who brought us the World Naked Bike Ride.
 
2013-12-15 11:37:40 AM  
"We put both Dems and Reps on the list because we're so above it all."
 
2013-12-15 11:37:46 AM  

Richard C Stanford: cman: Do you think there aren't enough powdered wigs in Washington? Good news! There's a party for you. With their mascot (the owl) and a middle-of-the-road centrist policy, the Whigs motto might as well be, "C'mon, guys. Let's all get along, huh? Please?"

Thats not a reason to think they are stupid. Wanting to deescalate the extreme heat in Washington does not make people stupid. Maybe a bit naive, but who is to say that our civilization won't go down that path ever?

Yeah, I agree with you here. A dumber party would be The Prohibition Party. Yes, they still exist, apparently longing to go back to the days when alcohol was banned, because we all know what a success that was. How much you want to bet that most of them want alcohol banned just so they can illegally sell it.


They're hardline social conservatives actually. Not only do they want to ban alcohol, they also want to ban tobacco, gambling and porn. Aside from that, they're basically you're run of the mill tea party type.
 
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