Tim Grobaty: Christmas season in the Long Beach area to include tree lighting, parades

Nov 14, 2012 Full story: Press-Telegram

We were going to write about the despair and grief that the right wing is suffering in these days before they finally pull themselves together and begin their campaigning for Obama's impeachment, but our admirable graciousness in victory and our noblesse oblige trump our schadenfreude-fueled glee - and by the way, has anyone heard the term ... (more)

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smiling republican

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Nov 14, 2012
No time to bother with Obama's impeachment, Tim. Too busy closing out stock positions before the end of the year.
I know you never made enough money to know anything about dividends, Timmy, but it's what kept a lot of older people's money in the stock market long term. Obama is ending that old game, so we're afraid we'll be extracting a lot of money from companies that used to use our money to grow their businesses. That's life.
Do any of your kids have a part-time job, Tim? Maybe they can get a job at McDonald's. Maybe you could write an article about it. That would be hilarious.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#2 Nov 14, 2012
The children have been asking me if Santa buys the toys from the "customer unfriendly" Long Beach retail community. I always tell them of course not. A high priority of Santa is customer service.

The Long Beach retail community wholeheartedly supports revolutionary Council's Lowenthal goods bag harassment tax because it helps to increase their $$$ Profits $$$ by forcing worker (*middle*) class moms and dads to pay for their own goods bags. Santa buys his toys in conveniently located "customer friendly" surrounding towns.

Before the revolutionists revised history, it was well known that Santa is a tobacco smoker. After passing toys out to the little children, the jolly old man enjoyed nothing better than to patronize a customer friendly low priced restaurant in order to unwind, rubbing shoulders with decent non-tobacco smokers of good-will and decent tobacco smokers alike.

Santa has not forgotten that - due to the presence of one on the most radical of the activist universities in the entire outrageously expensive taxpayer funded system - that Long Beach is always at the forefront of revolutionary oppression of its impoverished population.

Radical revolutionary activists began their tax and Government control related NO DECENT TOBACCO SMOKERS ALLOWED!- including Santa - scheme right here in Long Beach. For that reason alone, Santa patronizes non-Long Beach restaurants.

Ronald
observer

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Nov 14, 2012
Ronald wrote:
The children have been asking me if Santa buys the toys from the "customer unfriendly" Long Beach retail community. I always tell them of course not. A high priority of Santa is customer service.
The Long Beach retail community wholeheartedly supports revolutionary Council's Lowenthal goods bag harassment tax because it helps to increase their $$$ Profits $$$ by forcing worker (*middle*) class moms and dads to pay for their own goods bags. Santa buys his toys in conveniently located "customer friendly" surrounding towns.
Before the revolutionists revised history, it was well known that Santa is a tobacco smoker. After passing toys out to the little children, the jolly old man enjoyed nothing better than to patronize a customer friendly low priced restaurant in order to unwind, rubbing shoulders with decent non-tobacco smokers of good-will and decent tobacco smokers alike.
Santa has not forgotten that - due to the presence of one on the most radical of the activist universities in the entire outrageously expensive taxpayer funded system - that Long Beach is always at the forefront of revolutionary oppression of its impoverished population.
Radical revolutionary activists began their tax and Government control related NO DECENT TOBACCO SMOKERS ALLOWED!- including Santa - scheme right here in Long Beach. For that reason alone, Santa patronizes non-Long Beach restaurants.
Ronald
See, this is the burden of the republican party. One makes an interesting point, followed up by one of their nut cases talking some kind of rudimentary Stalinist malarky he doesn't understand, followed up by entreating people to addict themselves to a drug that leads to a wretched life.
Democrats have some of the same problems. They have their pro-communist faction, who also entreat those around them to smoke an addictive drug which slowly destroys them.
Both embrace creepy talk show hosts who have an army of writers to give them, and us, our talking points and clever retorts to one another.
A lot of middle-aged republicans harbor an embarrassingly large bulging gut as if it's some kind of sign of achievement. But then, so does Tim Grobaty. Has anyone seen the backfat on that guy? And his gut... it's like he's mayor of a small city, who in his mind, beg him to belch over them, so they know the universe is okay.
I guess our parties are a lot more alike than either likes to give credit.
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#4 Nov 14, 2012
[QUOTE who=s"oberver"]<q uoted text>
See, this is the burden of the republican party. One makes an interesting point, followed up by one of their nut cases talking some kind of rudimentary Stalinist malarky he doesn't understand, followed up by entreating people to addict themselves to a drug that leads to a wretched life.
Democrats have some of the same problems. They have their pro-communist faction, who also entreat those around them to smoke an addictive drug which slowly destroys them.
Both embrace creepy talk show hosts who have an army of writers to give them, and us, our talking points and clever retorts to one another.
A lot of middle-aged republicans harbor an embarrassingly large bulging gut as if it's some kind of sign of achievement. But then, so does Tim Grobaty. Has anyone seen the backfat on that guy? And his gut... it's like he's mayor of a small city, who in his mind, beg him to belch over them, so they know the universe is okay.
I guess our parties are a lot more alike than either likes to give credit.[/QUOTE]

oberver.

Yes. I agree. Although the use of tobacco may become habitual,- just as many other habits that make life enjoyable can - it is only through the wildest of imaginations that it can be described as an "addictive" "drug". Unfortunately, the countless "official studies" designed to perpetuate that fraud upon a gullible public are financed with hard earned taxpayer money. That is not to say that tobacco is not a dangerous "precedent setting" dangerous tax delivery device that is used by tax and control addicted politicians.

Since Obama became president, nearly 50 MILLIONS increasingly impoverished fat Americans - primarily sedentary "Liberals" and other taxpayer supported Democrats - must rely on food stamps that are financed by money Big Government collects from the voting minority of Americans who pay taxes.

Ever since the White man first discovered the Western Hemisphere, tobacco has been known to be an excellent appetite suppressant. It is not surprising that obesity among the voting majority of Americans has soared to epidemic levels since tax and control politicians began their war against decent "fit and normal weight" tobacco smokers.

Ronald
observer

Los Angeles, CA

#5 Nov 14, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text>
oberver.
Yes. I agree. Although the use of tobacco may become habitual,- just as many other habits that make life enjoyable can - it is only through the wildest of imaginations that it can be described as an "addictive" "drug". Unfortunately, the countless "official studies" designed to perpetuate that fraud upon a gullible public are financed with hard earned taxpayer money. That is not to say that tobacco is not a dangerous "precedent setting" dangerous tax delivery device that is used by tax and control addicted politicians.
Since Obama became president, nearly 50 MILLIONS increasingly impoverished fat Americans - primarily sedentary "Liberals" and other taxpayer supported Democrats - must rely on food stamps that are financed by money Big Government collects from the voting minority of Americans who pay taxes.
Ever since the White man first discovered the Western Hemisphere, tobacco has been known to be an excellent appetite suppressant. It is not surprising that obesity among the voting majority of Americans has soared to epidemic levels since tax and control politicians began their war against decent "fit and normal weight" tobacco smokers.
Ronald
You're psychotic.

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