Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Lack Of Genius

Kanye West watched himself on The Jimmy Kimmel Show and jerked-off.

The interview is broken down into 6-parts on YouTube, which, in the case of Kanye West, is 6-loads, 6-glorious loads. Getting-off seeing himself on camera is the final jump beyond jumping the shark which leads to the elite genre of porn known as Narcissist Porn.

The star of the genre is Bill O’Reilly. But Kanye West is vying for position of biggest dick. And not the dick in his pants. The dick on the talk show couch, the self-proclaimed “creative genius,” the man himself, Kanye West.

The only thing more exhausting than listening to celebrities complain about being famous, comparing their privileges to the captivity of zoo animals, is listening to Rand Paul explain how the Government Shutdown, and the behavior of Republicans, which lead to the Government Shutdown, is a win.

I was wrong. I’m sorry. I gave top billing to the wrong dick.

Rand Paul is officially the biggest dick. And not the dick in his pants. The dick who blended genres: Narcissist Porn with Snuff Porn to bind and gag Americans while pleasuring himself to outtakes of his appearance on CNN being spanked publicly by Candy Crowley.

As someone who’s been out of the loop, who’s coming back from being out of the country, for 10-days, 10-glorious days, the problem couldn’t be more obvious. We haven’t hit bottom, rock bottom.

Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse, it gets worse, way worse. And it’s self-imposed, which is always the case with addicts.

There’s a reason Kanye West is one of the most famous men in America, who’s married to one of the most famous women in America, Kim Kardashian. They’re a perfect reflection of who we are.

A rapper who thinks of himself as a messenger. A shopper who thinks of herself as a star on the Walk Of Fame. When did bragging get confused with rapping? When did shopping get confused with a story arc?

I’m interested in seeing how long they can stretch out the Government Shutdown. I’m interested in seeing how the markets react when America defaults.

I’m interested in seeing the Republican Party eat shit and die.

We’re not at The End Of Days. We’re actually at the beginning of so many amazing things, like: racial equality, marriage equality, the return of D. Rose.

But the GOP is at the end. From my point-of-view, with the benefit of Outsider Eyes, I can see them for what they really are: zombies, the walking dead.

They don’t know they’re dead. They don’t know their time is past. They don’t know.

They’re still moaning and groaning like we’re supposed to be afraid. We’re not afraid, sorry. The Law Of Diminishing Returns has kicked-in. We’ve seen this act over and over and over.

And over.

They’re still moaning and groaning like we’re supposed to care. We don’t care, sorry.

We get it, he’s black. We get it, he wasn’t born here. We get it, you’re taking a stand. We get it, you’re right. We get it, you’re always right. No, really, you’re always right and he’s always wrong, ALWAYS.

Except for the fact that the rest of us living out here in the land of reality don’t know anybody who’s never wrong. Sure, we know plenty of people who can never admit they’re wrong, and we call those people Kanye West.

Get over yourself, before it’s too late. Okay, it’s too late. But still, get over yourself.

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5 Responses to Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Lack Of Genius

  1. Babs says:

    in my over 40 years of voting, I have seen some wonderful, intelligent folks run for office and for the most part get elected-until the last dozen years. It is frightening now what passes for intelligence and intelligent discourse! I have hope for the future of this country and it lies in the mind and votes of the younger generation. I’m hoping you guys can take this country back from the brink and head it toward being the great place it was and is still, almost!! Good luck guys and gals!!

    • Gregor says:

      We’re not caught-up in ourselves. We’re not invested in bigotry, homophobia or gender bashing. We’re not of the mindset which says “Greed Is Good.”

      Things are going to be fine, just fine. We need to shed the dead skin of jowly fat fucking white men.

  2. Babs says:

    Ain’t that the truth!

  3. vince says:

    In its effort to extract concessions from Democrats in exchange for opening the government, the GOP has faced a fundamental strategic obstacle: They don’t have the votes. A majority of the members of the House have gone on record saying that if they were given the opportunity to vote, they would support what’s known as a “clean” continuing resolution to fund the government.

    So House Republican leaders made sure no such vote could happen.

    In the hours working up to the government shutdown on Sept. 30, Republican members of the House Rules Committee were developing a strategy to keep a clean CR off the floor, guaranteeing the government would remain shut down.

    Though at least 28 House Republicans have publicly said they would support a clean CR if it were brought to the floor — enough votes for the government to reopen when combined with Democratic support — a House rule passed just before the shutdown essentially prevents that vote from taking place.

    During a floor speech on Saturday, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) drew attention to the quietly passed rule when he attempted to present a motion to accept the Senate’s clean continuing resolution and reopen the government.

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), presiding over the chamber, told Van Hollen that the rule he was asking to use had been “altered” and he did not have the privilege of bringing that vote to the floor. In the ensuing back and forth, Chaffetz said the recently passed House Resolution 368 trumped the standing rules. Where any member of the House previously could have brought the clean resolution to the floor under House Rule 22, House Resolution 368 — passed on the eve of the shutdown — gave that right exclusively to the House majority leader, Rep. Eric Cantor of Virginia.

    “The Rules Committee, under the rules of the House, changed the standing rules of the House to take away the right of any member to move to vote to open the government, and gave that right exclusively to the Republican Leader,” said Van Hollen. “Is that right?”

    “The House adopted that resolution,” replied Chaffetz.

    “I make my motion, Mr. Speaker,” said Van Hollen. “I renew my motion that under the regular standing rules of the House… that the house take up the Senate amendments and open the government now.”

    “Under section 2 of H.R. 368, that motion may be offered only by the majority leader or his designee,” Chaffetz said.

    “Mr. Speaker, why were the rules rigged to keep the government shut down?” Van Hollen asked.

    “The gentleman will suspend,” Chaffetz interjected.

    “Democracy has been suspended, Mr. Speaker.”

    Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) also highlighted the GOP’s refusal to allow a clean vote on Saturday, using a novel parliamentary maneuver. Unable to shut Grayson down, Chaffetz postponed a vote on the bill.

    “They can’t handle the truth,” Grayson said.

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