Sunday, April 24, 2011

Ass-Kissing & "Relationships:"
Why Crapitalism Can't Work

Quote of the Day

"The president has got to start inviting people over for dinner, he's got to play golf with them. He's got to pick up the phone and say, 'I know we disagree on this, but I just want to say I heard it's your wife's birthday or your kid just got into college. He has to go build friendships, that's what an executive's job is.'" 

-- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, in an interview with Fox News.
Kiss our ass, Bloomberg, & see what that gets you.


Substance McGravitas said...

Gee, eatin' food and playin' golf.

I sit at a desk!

M. Bouffant said...

Labour Rights Editor Asks:

You can't eat at your desk & at least play video golf?


Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

Omfg. I assume this is another demand to kiss Big Business ass? I don't understand. Isn't the huge wealth gap enough for them?

M. Bouffant said...

Not really. I'd s'pect (not having nor intending to read the whole thing) that it's about calling Congresspeople & sucking up to them.

Bigger picture is that virtually all biznis is transacted by assholes kissing each other's booties, making it a bit difficult for all who haven't attended the proper schools, kissed up to the right people, yada, to succeed.

Case in point:

While only 8.5 percent of undergraduates in the U.S. are involved in fraternity and sorority life, fraternities have produced 120 current Forbes 500 CEOs, 48 percent of all presidents, and similar numbers of senators, congressmen, and Supreme Court justices.

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

A lot of douchiness explained!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Yeah, yeah, but it's all b.s. to explain why the GOP is the pig that it is.

It's because they can get away with it.

And the more Obama sucks up to them, the more they get away with.