Monday, April 8, 2013

Hell Is A Touch Heavier Today

And I feel fine.

The Iron Maiden, Maggie Thatcher, bit it today.


I try not to celebrate death, really, and I feel sympathy for her family and her husband, presumably, she had to have at least a couple positive attributes, ie., John Wayne Gacy was a charitable clown. But she, and the imbecilic bloodthirsty criminal Reagan, share a great deal of blame for our current issues. Although neither were conderpative enough to become current leaders, they helped to create today's modern culture of greed, hatred, backlash against basic human rights for anyone except white men. Satan has a new chew toy and I'm quite content.

She was a horrible person, destroying the economy of the UK in 11 years. She will be missed only by The City, The House Of Lords, The Daily Mail, the GOP, and the BNP.

Enjoy the fall, Mags, it'll be the last pleasure you'll have.

9 comments:

  1. The only thing I'm sad about with both Reagan and Thatcher is that they both ended their lives with dementia. I'm not sad that they died drooling morons, I'm sad they died unable to see and understand what their horrible policies brought to the world. Fuck 'em both.

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    1. They both died several decades too late, and I am saddened by THAT.

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  2. they died unable to see and understand what their horrible policies brought to the world

    It is difficult to see/process when surrounded by the welcoming orificii of sycophants whose livelihoods depend on kissing the nearest ass.

    They rot convinced of their future beatification, I assume.

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  3. The worst things that we could say about her wouldn't reach the depths the rightbloggers reached for with Hugo Chavez, let alone where they went with Roger Ebert.

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    1. Ebert got the Westboro crock-soakers at his funeral. I suspect he'd get a kick out of it.

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  4. What can one say besides condemning her to the hell she richly deserves?

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    1. Well, we could mock her bad teeth...

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    2. Ummm, "the streets of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland are silent today, dear - everyone is too hungover from yesterday's party".

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  5. When Cheney croaks, Ronbo, Maggie, and Pinochet will have a fourth for bridge.

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