Presented for your entertainment and edification, here are a few thoughts about some of the evils that exist in today’s society. You’re welcome.

Conservatism Harms America

Name Game:

Conservatives are opposed to many things that sane people support but Cons don’t have the mental resources to formulate logical reactions. For example, if something valuable like Planned Parenthood was called the “Nancy Reagan Women’s Health Initiative,” then Conservatives would support it. (This would end only one part of the Republican war on women, but hey, ya gotta start somewhere.)

Racism Denied:

Conservatives don’t mind being racist but don’t like having it pointed out. One standard denial from GOP insiders goes like this: “Look, we hate liberals whether or not they’re nig- uh, African-American.” Another denial from GOPers is the always-popular flat-out lie, “Not all Republicans are racist.”

Racism Embraced:

Morons who are part of the GOP base are actually proud to be racist: “We’ve been a-votin’ racist for yars and yars and we done got squat fer it. Now, thanks to Trump, we’re a-gonna git it!”

AATV (Anti-American Television):

You may have noticed that Conservatism is built on lies.

“No, we have real points!” shout the Cons.

If they had real points, they would have no need of the Fox Fake News channel to spout their prevarication, prejudice, and propaganda.


All of civilization requires regulation. Air quality standards. Food inspection. Pharmacological safety. Water purity. Auto safety features. Stop signs. Speed limits. Elevator inspections. Bridge stress tests. Business laws. Educational aims. Qualifications to practice medicine. And on and on.

Progressives, liberals, and rational people recognize all of that. But if turned loose, Conservatives would subvert all of it in order to boost short-term profits.

Strictly from Hunger:

Right now, you are an unpaid participant in an experiment involving your food. GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are not identified in the marketplace. If you’d like to be paid for your role as a guinea pig, send an invoice to Monsanto. If you’d like to halt this experiment, stop electing Republican congresscritters.


Ronald Reagan (the Alzheimer’s President) nominated three unqualified people to the Supreme Court. The disgusting Robert Bork was rejected but muddlebrained Anthony Kennedy and the completely odious Antonin Scalia both made it onto the bench.

George H.W. Bush (the Totally Clueless President) nominated one unqualified candidate, the woefully ignorant and misogynistic troll, Clarence Thomas.

George W. Bush (the Puppet President) nominated three unqualified candidates: Harriet Miers, John Roberts, and Samuel Alito. Miers was basically a RWNJ secretary-flunky and was removed from consideration amidst much laughter. John Roberts probably hopes that his two decent votes may buy him a bit of respect when history otherwise laughs at his incompetence. As for Samuel Alito, crypto-fascists cackle with glee about this human turd making onto the bench.

Blast from the Past:

It is time to bring back a scurrilous phrase from our nation’s tortured history. It was originally a statement that was both ominous and odious but which might now be lifted to a higher and brighter purpose. Here it is: The only good conservative is a dead conservative.

Mr. Excrement:

Thanks to the current conservative candidate for bringing about some interesting changes in modern English usage:

“Go Trump yourself!”

“Gotta take a Trump.”

“Trump off!”

“Eat Trump and die!”

“Trump you!”

“Don’t be such a Trumphole.”

And, most importantly:

“If America elects McSniffles (AKA Mr. Hair-Do, Mr. Grabandgrope, The OrangeApe, etc.), then everyone in the country is going to be Trumped.”

Warning to Humankind:

The last line in the previous section doesn’t go far enough; if Dangerous Donald gets elected, everyone in the world is going to be Trumped.


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Editorial Note: Be aware this series of political articles running up to the 2016 Presidential Election may contain intentional satire, by author John Scott G, and not fully based on actual fact (aside from some of the stupider things, which are sadly 100% factual).

This opinion piece is Copr. © 2016 by John Scott G and originally published on – a publication of The Neotrope® News Network – all commercial and reprint rights reserved. Opinions expressed are solely those of the author. Editorial collage image by and Copr. © John Scott G.