Do you know what it means to be an American, or at the very least comprehend your responsibilities as a citizen? Janeane Garofalo recently spoke to Keith Olbermann and has reached a conclusion on these two questions. According to the unparalleled acumen of Janeane Garofalo, you lack the requisite intellect to formulate an informed thought, thereby negating your ability to attend to the aforementioned questions. The conditional aspects of your obtuseness also precludes the possibility of engaging in socio-political affairs, because to interpose presupposes that you have the cerebral faculties to do so, and thus, emit something of significance. If you attended a Tea Party you reinforced her premise that your mental construct is subnormal and lacking in intellectual acuity, therefore your degree of sentience can only be rendered to a standard of legal retardation. The video below is her summation of the Tea Parties and their participants.
I hope you take an introspective moment and attempt a thought; by employing the methodology of science and physiology is it possible that your malformed cerebral cortex has disallowed noesis from generating? Have you arrived to a conclusion yet? Well, watch the following video and then ask yourself the same question.
If you have reached a conclusion perhaps you should consider some clever witticisms and rants from Janeane Garofalo:
- Garofalo accused conservative of having an "anger management problem."
- Garofalo stated "right wing partisan hacks are always on the verge of punching somebody or always behaving as if they've just been cut off in traffic."
- Garofalo made this reference regarding her public argument against the symbol of freedom for Iraqi voting: "The inked fingers and the position of them, which is gonna be a 'Daily Show' photo already, of them signaling in this manner [Nazi salute], as if they have solidarity with the Iraqis who braved physical threats against their lives to vote as if somehow these inked-fingered Republicans have something to do with that."
- Garofalo's anti-americanism: "Our country is founded on a sham: our forefathers were slave-owning rich white guys who wanted it their way. So when I see the American flag, I go, 'Oh my God, you're insulting me.' That you can have a gay parade on Christopher Street in New York, with naked men and women on a float cheering, 'We're here, we're queer!' -- that's what makes my heart swell. Not the flag, but a gay naked man or woman burning the flag. I get choked up with pride."
- Garofalo's understanding of the holocaust: "Hate mail bothers me less than what happens to the Dixie Chicks, she says nevertheless. "There are boycotts and guys driving tractors over their CDs — that’s Nazi stuff."
- Garofalo's understanding of Communism: "When Communist U.S.S.R. was a superpower, the world was better off. The right-wing media is trying to marginalize the peace movement."