by Will Durst on 2012/11/05
Looking for the dead solid skinny on the upcoming presidential election? You’ve come to the right place. As a public service, we’re going to tell you right here and now who wins this thing and why.
by Don Washington on 2012/10/30
It’s called Climate Destruction™. It’s the point where the cupidity and irreversible logic of unregulated capitalism meets the selfish interests of an elite political class and breaks the frick-frackin’ Arctic, Amazon, Crop Growing Regions, Ozone Layer, Natural Aquifers and the weather… that’s right breaks the weather. We’ll talk about that later but the bottom line is that what I just said and what follows will be more than what was and has been said by both candidates about one of the top three things that are threats to say… the safety, security and survival of the country. Think it’d be an issue in a Presidential campaign but that’s because you’re rational and you think the political system should respond to society’s needs and threats to it. Well, if the environment were Muslims or poor black people I’m sure we could muster up a violent and ineffective, anti-Constitutional, extra-legal but racist response but it’s not.
by Don Washington on 2012/10/06
After the now infamous 47% speech, which didn’t even come up during the debate, it seems that Mitt Romney has been given a pass on his less than empathic worldview. But it’s not the callousness that bothered me or the rest of the Tutorial staff. He’s a conservative Republican, that’s a synonym for callousness. No, what bothers everyone around here about Mitt is that he honestly appears to have no idea how the economy works… or he is truly a more monstrous and cynical sociopath than anyone has given him credit for. To be fair, however, he doesn’t have be evil or ignorant… he could be a subtle and destructive blend of both.
by Will Durst on 2011/12/05
Let’s take a peek behind the scenes of GOP headquarters to listen in on the coaching strategy for the little game Republicans are currently playing called, “Anybody but Romney.” Think “Whack- A- Mole” with media mallets. “Well, here it is, boys, 2011. About time we scour the country and figure out exactly whom we should pick for our 2012 Presidential nominee. It’s got to be somebody with a legitimate shot to beat that socialist incumbent. Somebody we can trust to toe the party line. But most importantly, we need someone younger than that last guy. Which won’t be hard. So, who do we got running? Okay, okay, thank you, Mitt Romney. You can put your hand down now. Ran the Olympics? That’s great. We’ll definitely keep you in mind. Who else we got?