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2014-01-26 07:10:37 PM  
Wealth has its privileges. Link
 
2014-01-26 07:14:12 PM  

Parthenogenetic: capn' fun: The best solace that the 99% of us can have is that no matter how much profit, how many capital gains, how many tax breaks, how many superbly starved and artificially enhanced women jump into his bed, no matter what kind of car he drives or homes he owns, a man like this can never, never purchase the one thing that he craves-genuine, heartfelt respect and admiration.

Meh. With all that other stuff, an entourage of fawning sycophants is good enough.


Nope.  They have people applying tongue to their ass cracks all day, every day, but what they crave is someone who MEANS it.
 
2014-01-26 07:15:58 PM  

artifishy:


I lol'd and then I had a sad
 
2014-01-26 07:17:07 PM  

jjorsett: Super Chronic: Why did the WSJ publish this? Might have something to do with the fact that Perkins is Murdoch's buddy and used to sit on the board of directors of News Corp.

Maybe they think airing a wide range of opinion is good. Viewpoint discrimination is more of a lefty thing. You know, like, "We're not publishing any more letters disagreeing with climate change," or, "If you hold conservative values I dislike, get the hell out of New York."


Yes, this sister company of Fox News is well known for valuing "a wide range of opinion".

Would you like me to move the straw container closer so you don't hurt yourself stretching?
 
2014-01-26 07:17:54 PM  

Dusk-You-n-Me: Wealth has its privileges. Link


Shhh, clearly a terrible case of Affluenza! So tragic for this poor man to have to actually go to court just to walk free! The indignity!

/I think I sprained my sarcasm :(
 
2014-01-26 07:17:57 PM  
It's not class warfare when the rich wage it
 
2014-01-26 07:19:40 PM  

zerkalo: It's not class warfare when the rich wage it


Of course not - it's classy warfare. I mean, just look at that guy's jacket/turtleneck combo.
 
2014-01-26 07:21:53 PM  

Jim_Callahan: Yeah, don't go to wikipedia for anything related to politics. "Progressive" refers to a specific economic policy where the proportional costs of government are increased progressively as income increases, thus the term. And more broadly to policies that advocate placing proportionally more of the figurative "cost of doing business" of operating the country on the more affluent.

The word isn't derived from progress as in movement along the world-line in the direction of increasing entropy, it's from "progressive" in the sense of escalation/growth. The word originated in politics to describe differing philosophies on taxation specifically.


That's farking clownshoes and you know it. This is ex post facto etymology and smacks strongly of an axe to grind. I guess you don't like Wikipedia because it actually makes farking sense with history and the politics of the last century:

"The Progressive Era was a period of social activism and political reform in the United States, that flourished from the 1890s to the 1920s.[1] One main goal of the Progressive movement was purification of government, as Progressives tried to eliminate corruption by exposing and undercutting political machines and bosses. Many (but not all) Progressives supported prohibition in order to destroy the political power of local bosses based in saloons.[2] At the same time, women's suffrage was promoted to bring a "purer" female vote into the arena.[3] A second theme was building an Efficiency movement in every sector that could identify old ways that needed modernizing, and bring to bear scientific, medical and engineering solutions."

Many activists joined efforts to reform local government, public education, medicine, finance, insurance, industry, railroads, churches, and many other areas. Progressives transformed, professionalized and made "scientific" the social sciences, especially history,[4] economics,[5] and political science.[6] In academic fields the day of the amateur author gave way to the research professor who published in the new scholarly journals and presses. The national political leaders included Theodore Roosevelt, Robert M. La Follette, Sr., and Charles Evans Hughes on the Republican side, and William Jennings Bryan, Woodrow Wilson and Al Smith on the Democratic side."

Initially the movement operated chiefly at local levels; later it expanded to state and national levels. Progressives drew support from the middle class, and supporters included many lawyers, teachers, physicians, ministers and business people.[7] The Progressives strongly supported scientific methods as applied to economics, government, industry, finance, medicine, schooling, theology, education, and even the family. They closely followed advances underway at the time in Western Europe[8] and adopted numerous policies, such as a major transformation of the banking system by creating the Federal Reserve System in 1913.[9] Reformers felt that old-fashioned ways meant waste and inefficiency, and eagerly sought out the "one best system".[10][11]


The major problem you can link to Progressivism is that there is no "one best system", which can lead to disillusionment or, a la Buckley, accusations of "immanentizing the eschaton". It has fark-all to do with Maoism, Communism or anything else nasty you might want to link to the movement. Seriously, you're better than this. I never expected you to be using this bullshiat line of tired political cant.
 
2014-01-26 07:23:24 PM  

Jim_Callahan: gnosis301: Relatively Obscure: Unlike him, most people, including progressive types, have never killed anyone.

This is probably the kind of guy who thinks Nazis, Bolsheviks, Maoists, and Stalinists were progressives.

Um... Bolshevism and Maoism  were progressive ideologies, they were class-based revolutions that ejected the upper classes entirely for the benefit of the lower.  Are you perhaps unclear on what "progressive" means?  Because it's not just the name of your favorite football team or whatever, it's a word, with a definition and shiat.



And the dictionary (Webster) disagrees with your version of it's definition.


American Progressives are supported by many wealthy people..... who would like to get wealthier. Although Progressive politics here advocate for higher taxes on the wealthy, they also advocate for better education and infrastructure....... both of which lead to greater prosperity (even for the rich)! Many (most) of the nations most successful corporations choose to be located in states with the most progressive laws. They can make jobs anywhere they want to..... but, a more Progressive economic climate makes them the most money.
 
2014-01-26 07:28:37 PM  

jjorsett: Super Chronic: Why did the WSJ publish this? Might have something to do with the fact that Perkins is Murdoch's buddy and used to sit on the board of directors of News Corp.

Maybe they think airing a wide range of opinion is good. Viewpoint discrimination is more of a lefty thing. You know, like, "We're not publishing any more letters disagreeing with climate change," or, "If you hold conservative values I dislike, get the hell out of New York."


Exactly!  They're boldly pushing edgy, alternative viewpoints, like, "Why can't we go back to the old days when WASPs were in charge of everything and we used quotas to keep Jews and Catholics out of elite private schools?"  We need public political dialogue to include such brave new insights.

/And you may have misread the Cuomo quote:

You have a schism within the Republican Party. ... They're searching to define their soul, that's what's going on. Is the Republican party in this state a moderate party or is it an extreme conservative party? That's what they're trying to figure out. It's a mirror of what's going on in Washington. The gridlock in Washington is less about Democrats and Republicans. It's more about extreme Republicans versus moderate Republicans.
... You're seeing that play out in New York. ... The Republican Party candidates are running against the SAFE Act - it was voted for by moderate Republicans who run the Senate! Their problem is not me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves. Who are they? Are they these extreme conservatives who are right-to-life, pro-assault-weapon, anti-gay? Is that who they are? Because if that's who they are and they're the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of New York, because that's not who New Yorkers are.
 If they're moderate Republicans like in the Senate right now, who control the Senate - moderate Republicans have a place in their state. George Pataki was governor of this state as a moderate Republican; but not what you're hearing from them on the far right."

http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/203801/cuomo-extreme-con se rvatives-have-no-place-in-the-state-of-new-york/

//Seems like he was complaining about the extreme Republicans who were against the moderates in their own party.
///Just as the extremists in the GOP wish to purge the RINOs from their party.
 
2014-01-26 07:30:01 PM  

Jim_Callahan: "Progressive" refers to a specific economic policy where the proportional costs of government are increased progressively as income increases, thus the term.


lol funny stuff did you write that yourself? You should send that to Colbert.
 
2014-01-26 07:35:00 PM  
Well when all logic fails just Godwin the argument.

I was going to say something snarky akin to not minding if he was in a concentration camp, but the time for snark has passed. I want a peaceful upheaval of the current system, I want passive income gone, a system of debt gone, labor being properly valued, and a system where capitalism serves the people, not the people serving capitalism.
 
2014-01-26 07:36:54 PM  

incendi: zerkalo: It's not class warfare when the rich wage it

Of course not - it's classy warfare. I mean, just look at that guy's jacket/turtleneck combo.


fashiontribes.typepad.com

What's wrong with being classy?
 
2014-01-26 07:38:27 PM  

Close2TheEdge: Pretty much every VC guy that I have ever dealt with was a complete self-absorbed douchebag. This guy is pretty much standard issue.


They call themselves "angel investors". Not surprising.
 
2014-01-26 07:41:07 PM  
A single bankruptcy is a tragedy, a million is a statistic.
 
2014-01-26 07:41:15 PM  

jaytkay: Jim_Callahan: "Progressive" refers to a specific economic policy where the proportional costs of government are increased progressively as income increases, thus the term.

lol funny stuff did you write that yourself? You should send that to Colbert.



I kinda get his confusion. A "Progressive" tax code taxes the wealthy higher than the poor. Poor kid must have assumed that was the only thing Progressives stand for. Perhaps he watches Fox news?
 
2014-01-26 07:45:42 PM  
First, kudos to subby for avoiding WSJ's paywall.

Second, Mr. Perkins, you're right. We're going to come for you. I believe Patrick Sky said it best 40 years ago:

In the draft board here we sit
Covered o'er with Nixon's shiat
While our sweat is turning Agnew's filthy mill
And the people, as they pass
They jam Melvin up our ass
Well I guess we've had our goddam farking fill

Fight, fight, fight for liberation
Break, break, break the social scheme
We will drag the bastards down
And we'll grind 'em in the ground
And replace them with a working class regime

Then we'll send a firing squad
After Cardinal Spellman's God
MacNamara will be the next in line
Then we'll pump some LSD
Into Jackie Kennedy
And we'll make her fark the workers overtime

Then we'll get a bloody rope
And we'll hang the farkin' pope
And we'll burn the Sistine Chapel to the ground
Then we'll turn our tommy-guns
On the screaming, ravished nuns
And the peoples' voice will be the only sound

So if you hate the Working Class,
But you'd like to save your ass
Then you better give your money to the poor!
Or we'll sell your mother's twat
To a sailor on your yacht
And we'll turn your favorite daughter to a whore!

Fight, fight, fight for liberation
Break, break, break the social scheme
We will drag the bastards down
And we'll grind 'em in the ground
And replace them with a working class regime

/sleep well, Mr. Perkins
 
2014-01-26 07:47:30 PM  

Great_Milenko: vernonFL: [i.huffpost.com image 570x238]

He looks like a Bond villain, or maybe evil Mr. Rogers.

He's a psychopath.  No need to make up fake villains to compare him to.



According to the Wiki, he named one of his more recently refurbished yachts Dr No.  So it appears the guy is reasonably self-aware anyway.

There was no mention of any religious affiliation though.  I assumed he had to be Jewish to even touch that sort of analogy, but that doesn't appear to be the case, considering the frat he was in during the early 50s.
 
2014-01-26 07:50:34 PM  

vernonFL: [i.huffpost.com image 570x238]

He looks like a Bond villain, or maybe evil Mr. Rogers.


www.chud.com
"That's it! That who he reminds me of!"

 
2014-01-26 07:50:52 PM  
The big motivation that drives corksuckers like this isn't just from the owning of craptons of luxury items and vast amounts of wealth. They want, no, insist upon us proles worshiping them for being rich. The idea of us worms all adoring them for being so stinkin' loaded with cash gives them that little rush they feel of thinking that they are better than the rest of us.

So of course, the fact that us drones dare to not sing  praises from the work pits any longer baffles and troubles the Elites. There's no longer that big rush they get from flaunting around in their fur coats and 4 million dollar Venenos because they get glares & scowls instead of the OOOs and AHHHs they are accustomed to.

And so, in their little poutrage, they have their secretaries type up missives like this, where the Masters of the Universe declare their superiority over all to Know Their Place and not even make a single peep of their umbrage. Shut up! Obey! Resume worshiping us rich, your Gods! Obey!
 
2014-01-26 07:51:06 PM  
Great_Milenko: vernonFL: [i.huffpost.com image 570x238]

He looks like a Bond villain, or maybe evil Mr. Rogers.

He's a psychopath.  No need to make up fake villains to compare him to.

aarontallent.com

We all go a little mad sometimes...

RIP Mr Perkins
 
2014-01-26 07:56:46 PM  
This is silly.

The only people who can afford to kill billionaires are other billionaires.
 
2014-01-26 07:59:53 PM  
I don't know which is worse, that this letter was written or that some editor at the Wall Street Journal decided to run it.

The answer is: The WSJ printing it is worse.

There are tons of crackpots out there, and just because somebody is a rich old coont, it doesn't make their crackpottery print-worthy.
 
2014-01-26 08:01:09 PM  

TV's Vinnie: The big motivation that drives corksuckers like this isn't just from the owning of craptons of luxury items and vast amounts of wealth. They want, no, insist upon us proles worshiping them for being rich. The idea of us worms all adoring them for being so stinkin' loaded with cash gives them that little rush they feel of thinking that they are better than the rest of us.

So of course, the fact that us drones dare to not sing  praises from the work pits any longer baffles and troubles the Elites. There's no longer that big rush they get from flaunting around in their fur coats and 4 million dollar Venenos because they get glares & scowls instead of the OOOs and AHHHs they are accustomed to.

And so, in their little poutrage, they have their secretaries type up missives like this, where the Masters of the Universe declare their superiority over all to Know Their Place and not even make a single peep of their umbrage. Shut up! Obey! Resume worshiping us rich, your Gods! Obey!


A true victory is to make your enemy see they were wrong to oppose you in the first place. To force them to acknowledge your greatness.
/And then you kill them.
//But only if it's necessary.
 
2014-01-26 08:02:35 PM  

2wolves: [www.theartblog.org image 247x388][img.fark.net image 570x238]

Closer match.


Spot on, you nailed it, EXACTLY my thoughts!
 
2014-01-26 08:05:50 PM  

Boloxor the Insipid: The lesson of Nazi Germany is not that crazy people get into office and do bad things, it is that an entire population can group think its way to concentration camps.

The jews of germany and the 1% in America are the same thing: they are scapegoats.


Beware the gleanings from the Milgram Experiments!
 
2014-01-26 08:06:11 PM  
I caught how he refers to the wealthiest 1% as the "successful" 1%.
Nice to know that all us dumb assholes out here who work or have worked all our lives, feeding, clothing and housing ourselves and our families, educating our kids, making and providing everything his soft, spoiled, lazy ass uses - are all failures.

Scapegoat, my foot.
Christ, what an asshole.
 
2014-01-26 08:06:49 PM  
The political minority that voices frustration with income inequality is EXACTLY the same as a dictatorship murdering hundreds of ethnic minorities, and arresting and sending to work camps thousands more.

Got it.

makeameme.org


www.blogforiowa.com

It's OK Mr Moneypants. Money never criticizes you or calls you names. Money is warm. Money is kind.

Money. It's what douchebags crave.
 
2014-01-26 08:11:08 PM  

capn' fun: Parthenogenetic: capn' fun: The best solace that the 99% of us can have is that no matter how much profit, how many capital gains, how many tax breaks, how many superbly starved and artificially enhanced women jump into his bed, no matter what kind of car he drives or homes he owns, a man like this can never, never purchase the one thing that he craves-genuine, heartfelt respect and admiration.

Meh. With all that other stuff, an entourage of fawning sycophants is good enough.

Nope.  They have people applying tongue to their ass cracks all day, every day, but what they crave is someone who MEANS it.


I get what you're saying, but I would say that most people do not have the genuine, heartfelt respect and admiration of their peers, and somehow make it through life.

And I don't care if the guy is happy or not.  It's hard enough to maintain my own happiness, and that of the people I care about.
 
2014-01-26 08:14:25 PM  
It's called "progressivism" because it taxes incomes at progressively higher rates as income increases.

Well, now I've seen it all and it's time to turn off the computer and sew my eyes closed.

/seriously, what the hell?
 
2014-01-26 08:16:01 PM  

Doktor_Zhivago: artifishy:

I lol'd and then I had a sad


If taxes are increased by a percent or 2 on millionaires to help pay for the American infrastructure that makes this country great, then you do NOT want to see the showers.
 
2014-01-26 08:18:22 PM  
The rich are parasites on the American middle class. 40 years after the trickle down experiment began its plain to see that this flawed ideology does nothing of the kind. This guy needs a tax increase as large as his ego. Eat the rich before they eat you.
 
2014-01-26 08:20:10 PM  

Jim_Callahan: "Progressive" refers to a specific economic policy where the proportional costs of government are increased progressively as income increases, thus the term. And more broadly to policies that advocate placing proportionally more of the figurative "cost of doing business" of operating the country on the more affluent.


That's not what it is at all. I can tell you what it is.

*ahem*

"Progressive" was a social movement that came about in the 1890s and peaked in the 1920s with the rise of the leisure class, the flapper chic and the empowerment of women in areas of finance, politics and law. It was a stark social reaction to the "Gilded Age" of post-Civil War America which saw rapid advancements in manufacturing and industrial productivity but at the expense of standard of living, as extreme inequitable distribution of affluence led to two crushing Depressions and two World Wars.

Progressivism essentially refers to the moral and ethical interactions between groups of people, and seeks to improve them (ie: progress). Progressive politics marked the beginning of social righteousness, and while some on the right may have a problem with some or all of its activist causes (women's suffrage, prohibition, civil rights), I think everyone can agree that it has effectively made life a little more pleasant for the average person.

/my words, not Wikis
 
2014-01-26 08:20:43 PM  

jjorsett: Maybe they think airing a wide range of opinion is good. Viewpoint discrimination is more of a lefty thing.


Like when they demanded an end to the fairness doctrine.
 
2014-01-26 08:21:57 PM  

Boloxor the Insipid: The lesson of Nazi Germany is not that crazy people get into office and do bad things, it is that an entire population can group think its way to concentration camps.

The jews of germany and the 1% in America are the same thing: they are scapegoats.


Wake me when we stick the rich in ghettos.

OMG WE ALREADY DO!1! HELLO, GATED COMMUNITIES ANYONE?!?! OMGWTFBBQ!
 
2014-01-26 08:24:14 PM  

Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: If you actually cause the problem, you are, by definition, not a scapegoat.


What problem?
 
2014-01-26 08:29:17 PM  

Teufelaffe: People who compare things they don't like to Nazi Germany are worse than Hitler.


People who use hyperbole are worse than that!
 
2014-01-26 08:29:34 PM  
It will all be over soon, my friends.  Very soon indeed.
 
2014-01-26 08:29:37 PM  
Your not helping...
 
2014-01-26 08:31:06 PM  
People like this make me wish that there was a real life version of "God Bless America", with 1 percenters.
 
2014-01-26 08:31:22 PM  

FnkyTwn: I don't know which is worse, that this letter was written or that some editor at the Wall Street Journal decided to run it.

The answer is: The WSJ printing it is worse.

There are tons of crackpots out there, and just because somebody is a rich old coont, it doesn't make their crackpottery print-worthy.


The WSJ editorial page has always been a teeming hive of herp and derp. Even before Murdoch bought the paper. This is nothing new for them.
 
2014-01-26 08:33:48 PM  

shifty lookin bleeder: Boloxor the Insipid: The lesson of Nazi Germany is not that crazy people get into office and do bad things, it is that an entire population can group think its way to concentration camps.

The jews of germany and the 1% in America are the same thing: they are scapegoats.

Wake me when we stick the rich in ghettos.

OMG WE ALREADY DO!1! HELLO, GATED COMMUNITIES ANYONE?!?! OMGWTFBBQ!


Kramer:   Next thing you know you're saying they should have their own schools.

Jerry: They do have their own schools!
 
2014-01-26 08:35:19 PM  

Ishkur: Jim_Callahan: "Progressive" refers to a specific economic policy where the proportional costs of government are increased progressively as income increases, thus the term. And more broadly to policies that advocate placing proportionally more of the figurative "cost of doing business" of operating the country on the more affluent.

That's not what it is at all. I can tell you what it is.

*ahem*

"Progressive" was a social movement that came about in the 1890s and peaked in the 1920s with the rise of the leisure class, the flapper chic and the empowerment of women in areas of finance, politics and law. It was a stark social reaction to the "Gilded Age" of post-Civil War America which saw rapid advancements in manufacturing and industrial productivity but at the expense of standard of living, as extreme inequitable distribution of affluence led to two crushing Depressions and two World Wars.

Progressivism essentially refers to the moral and ethical interactions between groups of people, and seeks to improve them (ie: progress). Progressive politics marked the beginning of social righteousness, and while some on the right may have a problem with some or all of its activist causes (women's suffrage, prohibition, civil rights), I think everyone can agree that it has effectively made life a little more pleasant for the average person.

/my words, not Wikis


Nah, I'm pretty sure it has to do with taxes.
 
2014-01-26 08:48:59 PM  
WSJ is just Fox News for the rich.
 
2014-01-26 08:50:58 PM  

Boloxor the Insipid: The lesson of Nazi Germany is not that crazy people get into office and do bad things, it is that an entire population can group think its way to concentration camps.

The jews of germany and the 1% in America are the same thing: they are scapegoats.


Well, I guess we'd all better stockpile pepper spray so we can protect ourselves against the Occupy Hippie Horde.

And how are the hippies going to exterminate the 1%ers? Make them eat Applebee's until they die?

Also, before they kill them with "Eatin' Good in the Neighborhood", what are the 1%ers going to do for pieces of flair? Grey Poupon-laced $1000 bills stapled to their foreheads?

And are Hollywood 1%er Jews getting an exemption from extermination? It would seem a bit hash, doing it twice in 100 years.
 
2014-01-26 08:52:20 PM  

jjorsett: Super Chronic: Why did the WSJ publish this? Might have something to do with the fact that Perkins is Murdoch's buddy and used to sit on the board of directors of News Corp.

Maybe they think airing a wide range of opinion is good. Viewpoint discrimination is more of a lefty thing. You know, like, "We're not publishing any more letters disagreeing with climate change," or, "If you hold conservative values I dislike, get the hell out of New York."


Why do you always seem to think that you can defend evil, stupid right wingers who exist, and are the actual subject of the articles we are discussing, by citing the alleged behavior of imaginary "leftists"?
 
2014-01-26 08:56:28 PM  

HighOnCraic: shifty lookin bleeder: Boloxor the Insipid: The lesson of Nazi Germany is not that crazy people get into office and do bad things, it is that an entire population can group think its way to concentration camps.

The jews of germany and the 1% in America are the same thing: they are scapegoats.

Wake me when we stick the rich in ghettos.

OMG WE ALREADY DO!1! HELLO, GATED COMMUNITIES ANYONE?!?! OMGWTFBBQ!

Kramer:   Next thing you know you're saying they should have their own schools.

Jerry: They do have their own schools!


Hey, denty!!
 
2014-01-26 08:58:11 PM  

jso2897: jjorsett: Super Chronic: Why did the WSJ publish this? Might have something to do with the fact that Perkins is Murdoch's buddy and used to sit on the board of directors of News Corp.

Maybe they think airing a wide range of opinion is good. Viewpoint discrimination is more of a lefty thing. You know, like, "We're not publishing any more letters disagreeing with climate change," or, "If you hold conservative values I dislike, get the hell out of New York."

Why do you always seem to think that you can defend evil, stupid right wingers who exist, and are the actual subject of the articles we are discussing, by citing the alleged behavior of imaginary "leftists"?


they're_still_real_to_him.jpg

//also, he has assurances over at Free Republic that they exist.
 
2014-01-26 08:58:23 PM  
2Wolves


I'm thinking more Jackie Treehorn,,,,
 
2014-01-26 09:02:38 PM  
KristallNacht is about the same time as the November elections, and Guy Fawkes/Bonfire Night.

What a genius.
 
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