Soldier of Misfortune
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Sep 1 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Here Are 6 Reasons Why Trigger Warnings Aren't Bullshit..
Yeah, fuck those cowardly professors! With their high rate of adjunct status, low pay, terrible benefits and no job security.

(Slagging entire professions with a wave of a hand is probably a bad idea)
Aug 11 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Solutions to Seattleā€™s Growing Housing Crisis: Part Four.
We're 16 comments in and Mistral hasn't taken a break from blowing the entire Cato Institute long enough to post. This is noteworthy!
Jul 7 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Hillary to be Endorsed by Unknown Vermont Senator Bernie Something.
I was almost able to fully make sense of this article, but some of it was garbled.

Next time, Matt, try to type with both hands or keep your dick off the keyboard, the amount of smug self-gratification in this piece was off the charts.

Also, congratulations, Clinton's got the nomination locked up, I hope he does endorse her and I hope she does win, not only because Trump is a complete horror, but because maybe, for five minutes, it might shut these sycophantic tirades up.

(the endless bernie or bust chanting from certain corners is no less annoying, lest one be tempted to accuse me of playing favorites).
Apr 5 Soldier of Misfortune commented on What If More of Today's Bernie Sanders Supporters Had Voted in the 2014 Midterm Elections?.
Oh, fuck off. I'm middle-aged at this point, not some Millenial demographic caricature (although I'm likely almost as broke as they are and won't ever be able to retire at this rate).

I've voted in every fucking midterm since the 90s, and I continue to back Sanders in the primary race because he is the closest candidate to the majority of political positions I've had since the 90s and if he goes down before/during the convention I'll willingly shift my vote to Clinton who will logically at that point be my best option.

In the meantime, I hope the DLC wing of the party will feel free to continue to condescend to me and my wing of the party. I'll continue to eat your slop. Remember to make sure to bring up the Nader 2000 guilt trip on lefties and progressives. We got in line then, and lost. We got in line behind your fucking loser John Kerry, and lost.

Then when some of us viewed Obama as a compromise candidate we could live with (or enthusiastically endorsed) in 2008 we got told we were backing a weak candidate with no experience who would get chewed up by the G.O.P. in November. You may remember him, the guy who gave Clinton and Kerry a job.
Aug 1, 2015 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Bernie Sanders Is Coming to Seattle Next Weekend.
Slog doesn't like multiple links.

Re: the deficit scare --…
Aug 1, 2015 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Bernie Sanders Is Coming to Seattle Next Weekend.
Mistral, it's a good thing you are a sad fucking loser spouting right-wing troll posts on a blog rather than an actual economist with any kind of real power because that garbage you keep spewing keeps getting debunked. Over and over and over.

Incidentally the deficit scaremongering is also past its sell-by date.

So while ad-hominem attacks are probably a low blow, go fuck yourself and crawl back into the hole you emerged from. Or at least shut the fuck up when grown people are talking.…
Jul 31, 2015 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Mayor Murray Loses Spine, Comes Out Against His Own Committee's Recommendation for Increased Density.
"It makes you insulated from other opinions, which can be just as correct as your own."

Yeah, if I run an editorial saying "some dogs meow," I guess we're showing both sides of the issue.

Jul 20, 2015 Soldier of Misfortune commented on Both Sides Rally Supporters for Tonight's Rent Control Debate at Town Hall.
@#7 - They're soaring here without any sort of price control.

After a while using scare tactics that threaten the very thing we've already been subjected to should, in a rational world, lose effectiveness.

But this never was a rational world.