08 May 2006


When we start deceiving ourselves into thinking not that we want something or need something, not that it is a pragmatic necessity for us to have it, but that it is a moral imperative that we have it, then is when we join the fashionable madmen, and then is when the thin whine of hysteria is heard in the land, and then is when we are in bad trouble. --- Joan Didion

It has always raised a flag with Me when someone claims that there is a "moral" reason for something. All too often, the "moral" quotient is entirely subjective and self-serving. Happens in everything from religion to politics, is always insidious and frequently borders on the obscene.

In the middle of the ugliest, most idiotic and most self-serving of all of Puerto Rico's political crises, a few Fools--most notably the governing jellyfish Aníbal Acevedo Vilá and the numbnut chief beggar for Puerto Rico in Washington Luis Fortuño--are proclaiming that achieving a compromised solution now is a "moral necessity."

Do. Tell.

Idiots. Let Me waste My time trying to enlighten you useless bags of raw sewage.

Morality refers to a sense of right and wrong. (I know: you two fecal-filled feebs are screwed already. I suggest you keep pretending you know what I mean and try to keep up, okay?) As such, morality is both constant and consistent. A true morality looks at every situation AND applies itself to each situation in the light of past and future actions.

And no, don't give Me any crap about "situational ethics." That's all bullshit created by moral defectives to excuse their weak intellects and twisted natures. Which is why The Fools eat it up.

In a true morality, doing what is right comes BEFORE correcting a mistake. If one acts morally, corrective actions are never required. But We are not perfect, mistakes happen and even with the fiercest focus on morality, things can go wrong.

That is decidedely NOT your case, jellyfish and numbnut beggar. You now cry out for a solution because it is the "moral" thing to do, but in fact, it isn't moral at all. Let Me remind you, morality is about right or wrong, thus it implies a choice of actions. In the current fabricated, false, faux, fake, foolish, freakish and fantastical crisis you have both helped create (and have vehemently denied as being political in nature, but who believes a jellyfish and a numbnut?) you have NO CHOICE--none, you idiots--except to solve it. You cannot get away with not solving it, so there is no morality here, only the deepest immorality of having done wrong on purpose, for a very long time, in detriment to the nation.

As events in the past three weeks have made clear, this sewage-infested chaos is not about debt, not about bonds (already demoted, but not at rock-bottom yet), not about constitutional powers, not about loans, not about money (the money is there and it always has been), not about budgets and NOT about a sales tax. It is simply a political power struggle played by drooling insane hyenas. (My apologies to hyenas, to the clinically insane....and to drool.) Your partners in inanity--the media--now foster the thin whine of hysteria, which even so is a smarter sound than they usually make. And yes, We are in bad trouble.

Jellyfish, Numbnut Beggar: shut up. You had your chance to avoid this farce, but chose to foster it instead. So shut up. Gather your cronies, the wild dung-splattered pack that howls and cackles in diddling frenzy and do Us a favor: dry up and blow away. And as for your "morals", shove 'em. That way you might actually feel morality for the first time.

The Jenius Has Spoken.

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