30 June 2009

Where Will the Local Leftists Buy the Pastries to Eat at their Orlando Gardens Banquets?




Look for some ironically-named libertine pressure group to start a boycott of McArthur's Bakery for calling it like it is.

Hey, Carnahan, look into the camera and swear you actually read that c_ap and trade bill before you voted for it!

11 comments:

TGL said...

Once again, this has WHAT to do with our Catholic faith? Please leave the right wing rantings to others-- there's a lot to choose from.

Anonymous said...

Their tray of sample-size pastries is always a hit at my work. But if they close, we still have Schnuck's. Their bakery is good, too.

Warren said...

Devout Republicans will be happy with this. After all, it can only help big business, which won't be terribly affected in the short-term, and will result in less competition in the long-term, thereby boosting profits (just look at the Walmarts of the world). And I for one will enjoy seeing my retirement fund boosted by more profitable big businesses. That's where my investments are, not in mom-and-pop bakeries.

thetimman said...

I have yet to meet a "devout Republican". What does that mean?

Warren said...

Nice try, but I won't bite. That's your tactic whenever you have no good argument/response to the central message in the post; try to steer the exchange in a direction where you feel more comfortable.

Deogratias said...

TGL,
I find it amusing that you see it necessary to tell the Timman what he should and should not write about on his blog. If you want to see or read about only certain things, then start your own blog. This isn't some sort of official site, but rather the thoughts of a Traditional Catholic man who has a right to share them. I don't think the Timman forces anyone to check his blog. I check it because I enjoy it. I'm sorry you do not.

Peggy said...

Tim,

I'll offer a little help. The Holy Father is expected to release an encyclical on economic/social matters. It may include environmental issues as well as concerns about contraception in the developed world.

cmziall said...

Have those of you that left somewhat negative comments ever eaten baked goods from McArthur's Bakery? ? ? We don't get their stuff very often due to the expense, but it is well worth every penny spent WHEN we do get it. Schnucks bakery may be "good", but McArthur's is AWESOME! :)

thetimman said...

Warren, thanks for visiting. I have no good response to the central message of your post.

I don't understand it, frankly.

Latinmassgirl said...

DO YOU THINK SELLING YOUR HOUSE IS HARD NOW?!!!

YOU won't be able to sell your house, because you will be RATED for not having the correct windows, non-environmentally friendly toilets, or anything this wacky bill states, or by reason of a new consensus, any future environmental restrictions that the "gods" determine.

New houses will all have ineffective California standard, or after complying, new standards may be enforced.

This is just a small part of the bill. Prepare for a much higher price in gas, utilities, and many more jobs lost. Yes, little red hen, the sky IS FALLING! And it is raining corruption and greed from mind-numbed Democratic Politicians.

Anonymous said...

Latinmassgirl said "prepare for a much higher price in gas, utilities..." Hmmm. A year ago, under the Bush Administration where 9 members of his first cabinet came out of the oil industry, where Dick Cheney held over 50 private meetings with oil executives to determine America's energy policy, and with a group that chose to invade oil-rich Iraq under absolute lies, gas was over $4.00 per gallon. The oil industry made obscene profits. Gas is now around $2.50 a gallon.

Oh, I forgot, $4 gas was OKAY because it was Bush's reward for his 'hard-working capitalists.' The THREAT of gas over $2.50 a gallon means that it is 'raining corruption and greed ... from Democrats.'

I don't mind well-thought out arguments - but PLEASE stand on principles. Apply the exact same standards to both parties, instead of being a cafeteria Catholic here!