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OK Health Care Freedom Amendment, State Question 756

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Zane

United States

#65041 Apr 19, 2014
FAIL OF TEARS: Five future career choices for Christina Fallin

Its high time Christina jumps on this bandwagon—I’m actually surprised she already hasn’t—with her own brand of cheap rotgut, Firewater!

OKLAHOMA CITY - Boy, we sure haven’t heard much from Christina Fallin lately, have we?

While I’m pretty positive that it was part of her handlers’ game plan to lay low until things blow over and this whole racist cultural appropriation debacle is forgotten about—which, in regards to the white and “pretendian” communities, has worked like a charm—many Native American activists and groups are keeping a watch on her, waiting for the next concert or public appearance to stage a boycott and protest.

Sorry, Christina, but the revolution won’t be So6ixed.

With so many eyes on Christina and her next move, it might be just damn near impossible for a shocking-white, pink-haired, wedding dress-wearing, Casio-toting banshee to remain inconspicuous. That’s why I say instead of hiding who and what you are, Christina, accept it. There’s far more dollars in selling out to the cauc-ocracy than there is in pretending like it never happened.

So, if I may, let me act as your guidance counselor of sorts and advise you about a handful of occupations that I think you would be absolutely perfect for, no ceremonial Native American headdress needed.

Not that that’s stopped you before.

MINUTEMAN PROJECT VOLUNTEER

Mexicans. Who needs ‘em? Not Christina Fallin, unless it’s to clean her bedroom at the Governor’s Mansion, of course.

Let’s not mince words: these bean-poppin’ bums don’t buy electro-music mostly due to the lack of accordions and tubas and foam-machines. They’re always asking her for one of her Parliaments everytime she’s chilling on the patio at the Mule. And, worst of all, they’re gross and ugly and smelly and should only be used as cheap labor in heavy-handed Flaming Lips videos.

It’s up to beautiful white American heroes like Christina Fallin to stop this refried menace at the root of the problem: the border. With her hip, I-don’t-give-a-shit attitude and a fashion sense that can make even the most militaristic outfit look mucho fabulous, girl has got it going on with no wetback ever going over.

And, if that’s not enough, just think of what a great fashion spread it would make! I can see it now: Haute Mojado! Maybe even invite Josh Sallee to the photoshoot for some extra hip-honky flair!
Zane

United States

#65042 Apr 19, 2014
ROTGUT LIQUOR IMPRESARIO

Home-made beers and bourbons—it’s all the rage among today’s youth who feel the need to Instagram every beverage they imbibe as if to appear culturally adventurous when in reality they’re far too terrified to cross Reno Ave. after 3 p.m.(Try that shit at Chucho’s Bar on South Robinson, pendejos!)

Its high time Christina jumps on this bandwagon—I’m actually surprised she already hasn’t—with her own brand of cheap rotgut, Firewater! Not only is it welfare cheap, but it’ll have any Injun “Fallin’” on their ass in only three or four mighty powerful swigs. That’s the Christina Fallin guarantee! Just ask any dude that’s been married to her.

However, I have a feeling that the reservation-only marketing approach might backfire for her, as many of her hipster hanger-ons will more than likely appropriate it into numerous irony-laden mixed drink specials. Look out tall-boy cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon! Overpriced gastropubs and pseudo-dive bars alike will have a new form of “Common People”-esque poverty tourism to unload on you, and at a third the price!

WHITE NATIONALIST PUNK ROCK GROUPIE

Unless your name is Yoko Ono, banging a musician doesn’t make you a musician. If that were true, my debut single “Get All Up in This” featuring 3/4ths of PC Quest would’ve hit the top of the pops and I wouldn’t have to freelance for scraps around town. Too bad talent isn’t a sexually transmitted disease.

But tell that to Christina and all those Pink Pony albums that no one even bothered to snatch from the free giveaway pile located by the check-out counter of most record stores to resell at Vintage Stock. Electro-music—which let’s face it, isn’t real music—is less about talent and more about buying clothing off Etsy on speed binges and snapping selfies at Kamp’s on a Wednesday night.

Maybe it was this self-realization that forced Pink Pony to do what they did. Maybe it was a cry for help. Or, maybe it was a dog-whistle. With the Metro having a very vibrant punk scene, the one thing we’re missing is a really good White Power band. It’s about time OKC had a Doc Martin-strapped, rompin’ stompin’, speak English or die skinhead outfit to rally around.

Christina could test the (white and pure) waters by dedicating herself and any anti-melting pot ideals she might have by becoming a groupie for notorious British nationalist bands like Skullhead, Macht und Ehre or even the legendary Skrewdriver. She could totes help them write new anthems like “Let’s Take Back Mesta Park” and “Burn the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum Down to the Ground.”
Zane

United States

#65043 Apr 19, 2014
CONSERVATIVE DEFENDER OF LIBERTY

“Sorry, but the Indians lost this country fair and square! They should just get over it! I got 99 problems, but a headdress ain’t one!”

Tens of tens of comments like this were posted on Pink Pony’s page in support of Christina’s right to fashionably desecrate an entire culture and urinate on the woefully beautiful ashes, many from other local musicians, established artists and hipster business owners that might as well have a sign over their door that reads “WHITES ONLY.”

Looks like I’ll have to get my overpriced French fries somewhere else now.

But, really, who knew that OKC’s oh-so beautiful and accepting and liberal indie-underground was so secretly entrenched in the battle for keeping Conservative American values in power? And that Christina could be leading it, just like mom does for their parents.

Apparently the apple doesn’t fall too far from the bitch.

Look: she’s an American, dammit, and that grants her the white man’s burden of teaching these noble savages to acclimate and integrate, even if she has to read an issue of So6ix Magazine to each and every one of them herself. But, sadly, some of these mongrels want to fight back and retain their own “culture” and “history” and it’s then when she’ll take action and shove the American flag so far in their ass they’ll rename it the “Dream Act.”

On the plus side, it would really give KTOK’s Lee Matthews a much-needed rise in his Low-T scores. Guns and ammo for everyone, indeed!
Zane

United States

#65044 Apr 19, 2014
STAR OF BABY VERONICA: THE MOVIE

When Mary Fallin goes to sleep at night, I have to wonder if she is able to pleasure herself, without remorse, knowing that she tore a Native American family apart. Does she take sexual comfort in knowing that an indigenous father, wanting to raise his daughter in the ways of his culture, has had his heart ripped out and his baby girl was sold off to a mayonnaise plantation somewhere in South Carolina?

It’s a pain that not only would our beloved Governor never have to face, but one that maybe she can use to her advantage by creating the Christina Fallin Film Rebate Program where, if a filmmaker comes to Oklahoma to shoot a movie, just cast Christina in the lead role and get 90% of your budget back.

First out of the pipeline? Baby Veronica: The Movie! Be sure to keep the Kleenex handy as Christina delivers a tour de force performance as Veronica, a toddler raised by Godless Native heathens with one purpose: to scalp as many white men as possible! It’s not until downhome frontier freedom fighter Gov. Mary Fallin (a mesmerizing Paula Deen) rescues Veronica from a bloodthirsty cougar, interrupting a bizarre coming of age ritual, and thusly introducing young Veronica into proper white society.

With an estimated budget of $200 million dollars, we’ll have to cut back on most Native American “entitlement” programs to fund it, but that’s okay. They’d probably just spend it on Christina Fallin brand Firewater anyway.
TAMARA

Edmond, OK

#65046 Apr 19, 2014
Zane wrote:
STAR OF BABY VERONICA: THE MOVIE
When Mary Fallin goes to sleep at night, I have to wonder if she is able to pleasure herself, without remorse, knowing that she tore a Native American family apart. Does she take sexual comfort in knowing that an indigenous father, wanting to raise his daughter in the ways of his culture, has had his heart ripped out and his baby girl was sold off to a mayonnaise plantation somewhere in South Carolina?
It’s a pain that not only would our beloved Governor never have to face, but one that maybe she can use to her advantage by creating the Christina Fallin Film Rebate Program where, if a filmmaker comes to Oklahoma to shoot a movie, just cast Christina in the lead role and get 90% of your budget back.
First out of the pipeline? Baby Veronica: The Movie! Be sure to keep the Kleenex handy as Christina delivers a tour de force performance as Veronica, a toddler raised by Godless Native heathens with one purpose: to scalp as many white men as possible! It’s not until downhome frontier freedom fighter Gov. Mary Fallin (a mesmerizing Paula Deen) rescues Veronica from a bloodthirsty cougar, interrupting a bizarre coming of age ritual, and thusly introducing young Veronica into proper white society.
With an estimated budget of $200 million dollars, we’ll have to cut back on most Native American “entitlement” programs to fund it, but that’s okay. They’d probably just spend it on Christina Fallin brand Firewater anyway.
There are two sides to that situation. The father that did not want the baby when he got the mother pregnant. Then the family that adopted the baby and love her very much. Then the father that decided he did want her. Mary Fallen did not make this situation. The Indian nation should have stayed out of it. So stuff it!
Native

Conway, AR

#65048 Apr 20, 2014
Mattress Mary chose to run with the rich of South Carolina, and say fu**ck the people of Oklahoma.

Is she for the people of Oklahoma?

Or is she for the Rich of South Carolina?

This is the question all Oklahomamans should ask, especially the Native population.

If this had happen to a white turkey, how would it have been handled?

Apparently this TAMARA person is just another racist bigot, just like Mattress Mary.

We do NOT need politicians in office that do not support the people of Oklahoma.
Joyce

Conway, AR

#65049 Apr 20, 2014
TAMARA wrote:
<quoted text>There are two sides to that situation. The father that did not want the baby when he got the mother pregnant. Then the family that adopted the baby and love her very much. Then the father that decided he did want her. Mary Fallen did not make this situation. The Indian nation should have stayed out of it. So stuff it!
Typical republican response. You should really think with your brain instead of how much money you have in your wallet or others' wallet..

You should also research the story and get at the truth.
Ace

Conway, AR

#65050 Apr 20, 2014
It comes down to this:::. Mattress Mary AKA the Seditious, Adulterous Ho of Oklahoma does not support or acknowledge any okie citizen that is not in the 1%.

Too Bad that an ignorant, uneducated population, that is functional illiterate, and does not have the ability to think, will let a bunch of racist bigots run the state government.

But the same thing happen in the 1930's in Germany.

How many Jews were killed. Think about it

Then go and vote as you please, but VOTE.
Jenks

Conway, AR

#65051 Apr 20, 2014
Republican rely on the uneducated voting and the lazy not voting.

Puppets are easily programmed.

And apparently so-called Christians are more easily programmed than puppets.

Or maybe they are easily led by false prophets.
Justice

Conway, AR

#65052 Apr 20, 2014
Republicans think their God, Jesus, was like them, but he beat bankers, was willing to pay his taxes, obey the laws of the land, and helped the needy and poor.

When was the last time a Republican helped the needy and poor unless there was a tax break or some other monetary gain for them?
Edgar P Longstreet

Conway, AR

#65054 Apr 20, 2014
My wife and I are both strong Independents.----FACT---.

However, I am registered Demorat and she, a Repugthug, so we can at least vote against the fools that run in the primary election.

And in the general election, we try to vote for the least evil and/or the person that we think will do the least damage to the county, state or nation.
Kosmik

Norman, OK

#65055 Apr 20, 2014
WarForOil wrote:
<quoted text>
You show to be another barely educated profane Okie similar
to Packing Heat. There's not need to ask if you're related,
most Okies are. Your type are the reason Okie Public Television
has the lowest viewership in the nation. Too many big words
and complicated programs.
You and Heat share a fascination with sexual perversions.
The lower classes often do.
And 'lieing' should have been 'lying'. Dilbert.
Sorry if this is a personal question, but were your parents brother and sister by any chance? You don't have to answer if it makes you uncomfortable.
Gerty

Greenbrier, AR

#65056 Apr 20, 2014
Kosmik wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry if this is a personal question, but were your parents brother and sister by any chance? You don't have to answer if it makes you uncomfortable.
Kinda like asking which hand one wipes their azz with?

Anyway brother and sister coitus only happens in Norman, Oklahoma, according to popular belief.
Packing Heat

Greenbrier, AR

#65057 Apr 20, 2014
Why Would Anyone Vote Republican? Let’s See…

I will vote Republican for these TEN reasons.------VOTE------

10. I’ll vote Republican because even though I’m a woman, I love being told that I shouldn’t be paid equally because of the “free-market.” I also love being told that I’m not allowed conteception, or my legal right to an abortion (but a man can have Viagra and penis pumps no problem).

9. I’ll vote Republican because we must suffer the deaths of 31,000 men, women and children a year in order to preserve the option of assassinating our democratically elected politicians with our guns we bought at Walmart.

8. I’ll vote Republican because I work hard for my money, and nothing makes me happier than my tax dollars going to subsidize Big Oil and the major banks that crashed our economy in 2008. I also love that the Republicans are blaming the “lazy” minority for my economic woes.

7. I’ll vote Republican because I believe a President who gives Americans healthcare is a “terrorist dictator” but a tax-evading rancher in Nevada who uses women as human shields is a “patriot.”

6. I’ll vote Republican because we are the “pro-life” party, even though our deepest cuts go to feeding, housing, clothing, educating and medically treating low-income children, elderly and returning veterans.

5. I’ll vote Republican because rather than admitting our world’s climate is changing, I’ll sit around with my thumb up my butt and deny science so billionaires like the Koch Brothers can pollute the Earth and give more to my campaign.

4. I’ll vote Republican because even though our Founding Fathers have claimed we are not a “Christian Nation,” I still want my Christian faith to dictate who can and cannot get married, what children may learn in public schools, and what holidays may and may not be celebrated in public.

3. I’ll vote Republican because every judge who upholds the right to get married, to get an abortion, or be treated like a decent human being is an “activist judge,” but the judges who allow dirty money to pollute our elections are “freedom-loving.”

2. I’ll vote Republican because I support the gap between the richest and the middle class to widen because our policies only pander to the rich, and then complain that there is “class warfare” against us.

And finally, the number 1 reason I’ll be voting Republican:

1. I’ll vote Republican because I can’t get over the fact that President Obama was democratically elected twice, so I’ll make up a barrage of fake scandals like voter fraud, IRS, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, FEMA camps, to dumb down and inject fear into the GOP base so they don’t see how destructive our policies are.

These are the top 10 reasons why we MUST let the GOP take back the Senate and keep control of the House!
Packing Heat

Greenbrier, AR

#65058 Apr 20, 2014
And we will take the president office in 2016,--- GOD WILLING-----
big

Canadian, OK

#65059 Apr 20, 2014
Packing Heat wrote:
Why Would Anyone Vote Republican? Let’s See…
I will vote Republican for these TEN reasons.------VOTE------
10. I’ll vote Republican because even though I’m a woman, I love being told that I shouldn’t be paid equally because of the “free-market.” I also love being told that I’m not allowed conteception, or my legal right to an abortion (but a man can have Viagra and penis pumps no problem).
9. I’ll vote Republican because we must suffer the deaths of 31,000 men, women and children a year in order to preserve the option of assassinating our democratically elected politicians with our guns we bought at Walmart.
8. I’ll vote Republican because I work hard for my money, and nothing makes me happier than my tax dollars going to subsidize Big Oil and the major banks that crashed our economy in 2008. I also love that the Republicans are blaming the “lazy” minority for my economic woes.
7. I’ll vote Republican because I believe a President who gives Americans healthcare is a “terrorist dictator” but a tax-evading rancher in Nevada who uses women as human shields is a “patriot.”
6. I’ll vote Republican because we are the “pro-life” party, even though our deepest cuts go to feeding, housing, clothing, educating and medically treating low-income children, elderly and returning veterans.
5. I’ll vote Republican because rather than admitting our world’s climate is changing, I’ll sit around with my thumb up my butt and deny science so billionaires like the Koch Brothers can pollute the Earth and give more to my campaign.
4. I’ll vote Republican because even though our Founding Fathers have claimed we are not a “Christian Nation,” I still want my Christian faith to dictate who can and cannot get married, what children may learn in public schools, and what holidays may and may not be celebrated in public.
3. I’ll vote Republican because every judge who upholds the right to get married, to get an abortion, or be treated like a decent human being is an “activist judge,” but the judges who allow dirty money to pollute our elections are “freedom-loving.”
2. I’ll vote Republican because I support the gap between the richest and the middle class to widen because our policies only pander to the rich, and then complain that there is “class warfare” against us.
And finally, the number 1 reason I’ll be voting Republican:
1. I’ll vote Republican because I can’t get over the fact that President Obama was democratically elected twice, so I’ll make up a barrage of fake scandals like voter fraud, IRS, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, FEMA camps, to dumb down and inject fear into the GOP base so they don’t see how destructive our policies are.
These are the top 10 reasons why we MUST let the GOP take back the Senate and keep control of the House!
I Will vote Democrat because...I am a Government Mooch.
Dr Jones

Greenbrier, AR

#65060 Apr 20, 2014
Oklahoma students know less about evolution after Biology I than they did before taking it

A study published in the latest edition of Evolution: Education and Outreach demonstrated “the average student…completed the Biology I course with increased confidence in their biological evolution knowledge yet with a greater number of biological evolution misconceptions and, therefore, less competency in the subject.”

The study, conducted by Tony Yates and Edmund Marek, tested biology teachers and students in 32 Oklahoma public high schools via a survey the pair called “the Biological Evolution Literacy Survey.” The survey was administered to the teachers first, to get a benchmark of their grasp of evolutionary theory. The survey was then administered twice to the students — once before they took the required Biology I course, and once after they had completed it.

Yates and Marek found that prior to instruction, students possessed 4,812 misconceptions about evolutionary theory; after they completed the Biology I course, they possessed 5,072. Of the 475 students surveyed, only 216 decreased the number of misconceptions they believed, as opposed to 259 who had more of them when they finished the course than before they took it.

“There is little doubt,” they argued,“that teachers may serve as sources of biological evolution-related misconceptions or, at the very least, propagators of existing misconceptions.”

Despite holding more misconceptions about evolutionary theory after completing the course, students “presumed themselves to be more knowledgeable concerning biological evolutionary concepts following instruction as opposed to prior to instruction.” They were more confident, then, that they understood evolutionary theory, even though they completed the course more confused about its basic tenets than they were when they began it.

This may be because “about one-fourth of Oklahoma public school life-science teachers place moderate or strong emphasis on creationism.” In fact, two students scored higher initially on the Biological Evolution Literacy Survey than their respective teachers.

Yates and Marek note that the problem may not entirely be the teachers fault, as some research indicates that “the topic of evolution is too complex for high school students, most of whom still think at the concrete level, lacking the cognitive development necessary to comprehend biological evolution-related concepts fully and are therefore unable to construct solid accurate understandings of the topic.”
Justice

Greenbrier, AR

#65061 Apr 20, 2014
Proof of a regressive state government. I attended public school in Oklahoma, and in 1984, my Biology I teacher very much talked about evolution and adaptation. My Biology II teacher was even more outspoken on it.

In the mid-1980s, Oklahoma lost a lot of teachers that moved to California for better pay. And I wouldn't be surprised if it were for additional reasons, too. Such as allowing them to actually teach.

To really pour salt into the wound, my old school district (Mustang) is going to be the beta test site for some fucked up history of Christianity class, being pimped by the Hobby Lobby douche, which really pisses me off.

I still believe there are really good people in Oklahoma, but I can't say there are a lot of really good and smart people in Oklahoma while keeping a straight face. It's amazing to see how far my home state has regressed.
Marcus

Greenbrier, AR

#65062 Apr 20, 2014
More proof that America is being dumbed down. Dumb asses are easier to rule. The Oligarchs know what they are doing.
Zane

Greenbrier, AR

#65063 Apr 20, 2014
“about one-fourth of Oklahoma public school life-science teachers place moderate or strong emphasis on creationism.”

Oh shock! So 25% of Oklahoma's science teachers believe that "The Flintstones" was a documentary and people wonder why their students finish courses and are stupid as posts on the subject matter!

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