what i want to know is whether the bit i heard about dinnergate was true. people were using " b: Student ID - Senior Card - Immigrant Card - Landing Paper - Citizenship Card - Care Card - or any other photo ID." as their id and the letter that invited them to the dinner as confirmation of their address. someone who handled the letters noted that a lot of them were addressed c/o other folks.
the person who reported this to me is completely uninterested in politics and was working at the event because she 'needs' volunteer hours (compulsive resume ho with friends in the young liberals).
liberals, you really get off on looking like turds in front of me, dont you. how in the name of fuck am i supposed to take you seriously when:
a) a letter c/o someone elses mothereffing house counts as proof of address, and
b) these letters come from the campaigns themselves, and
c) people get a free dinner for showing up
this is so stupid and so depressing.
but what is cute are the comments on the sda post.
first, i think its just charming how conservative bloggers really think their cacophony-based echo chamber is some kind of revolutionary 'new media' that picks on the liberals, unlike the old media which is rife with bias. i didnt know that the way to deal with bias wasnt critical reflection but setting up your own politburo. this is charming because they wont shut up about the significance of their individual action (while ignoring how much they are *not*challenging), which is so my parents generation of them.
secondly, that guy who pressed send 8 times and spammed the comments. this revolution is kind of funny because the soldiers refuse to let their children send them to guerrilla training camps where they might actually learn how to use their weapons.