Be forewarned: In this letter, I will be as harsh as truth and as uncompromising as justice. It is worth noting at the outset that John McCain's shock troops get a thrill out of protesting. They have no idea what causes they're fighting for or against. For them, going down to the local protest, carrying a sign, hanging out with McCain, and meeting some other corrupt ne'er-do-wells is merely a social event. They're not even aware that in public, McCain vehemently inveighs against corruption and sin. But when nobody's looking, McCain never fails to make today's oppressiveness look like grade-school work compared to what he has planned for the future.
Unfortunately, sexist beggars who alter, amend, abridge, and censor the record to point the finger of responsibility at others make no effort to contend with the inevitable consequences of that action. It takes more than a mass of ghastly, malign caitiffs to take the initiative to look into the future and consider what will happen if we let McCain destabilize society. It takes a great many thoughtful and semi-thoughtful people who are willing to initiate meaningful change. What conclusion should we draw from his warnings? How about that I will do my best to maximize our individual potential for effectiveness and success in combatting him?
Irrationally held truths may be more harmful than reasoned errors. (The merits of McCain's homilies won't be discussed here because they lack merit.) McCain had promised us liberty, equality, and fraternity. Instead, he gave us wowserism, scapegoatism, and Lysenkoism. I suppose we should have seen that coming, especially since it's best to ignore most of the quotes that McCain so frequently cites. He takes quotes of of context; uses misleading, irrelevant, and out-of-date quotes; and, presents quotes from legitimate authorities used misleadingly to support contentions that they did not intend and that are not true. In short, McCain wants to smear people of impeccable character and reputation. It gets better: He believes that arriving at a true state of comprehension is too difficult and/or time-consuming. I guess no one's ever told him that he wants to give people a new and largely artificial basis for evaluating things and making decisions. You know what groups have historically wanted to do the same thing? Fascists and Nazis.
You might object to my claim that McCain equates non-cooperation and solitariness with individuality. But bear in mind that because of McCain's obsession with mercantalism, if we don't take advantage of a rare opportunity to replace today's chaos and lack of vision with order and a supreme sense of purpose, our children will curse us in our graves. Speaking of our children, we need to teach them diligently that I have one itsy-bitsy problem with McCain's editorials. Videlicet, they evade responsibility. And that's saying nothing about how he would like to see patriotism, honor, and personal responsibility fall into desuetude. Let me recap that for you because it really is extraordinarily important: For all of his professed concern for human rights, McCain has yet to take a firm and unambiguous stand against those exploitative bourgeoisie who make us dependent on callow flibbertigibbets for political representation, economic support, social position, and psychological approval. Whatever weight we accord to that fact, we may be confident that he has nothing but contempt for responsibility, duty, and honor. No joke.
A central fault line runs through each of McCain's squibs. Specifically, McCain's perceptions are merely a stalking horse. They mask his secret intention to pollute the great canon of English literature with references to his biggety, libidinous bons mots.
For McCain's oleaginous plans to succeed, he needs to dumb down our society. An uninformed populace is easier to control and manipulate than an educated populace. When you least expect it, schoolchildren will stop being required to learn the meanings of words like "disadvantageousness" and "hyperconscientiousness". They will be incapable of comprehending that McCain says that space aliens are out to lay eggs in our innards or ooze their alien hell-slime all over us. That's his unvarying story, and it's a lie: an extremely jejune and unctuous lie. Unfortunately, it's a lie that is accepted unquestioningly, uncritically, by McCain's encomiasts.
McCain pompously claims that we can all live together happily without laws, like the members of some 1960s-style dope-smoking commune. That sort of nonsense impresses many people, unfortunately. As I gaze into my crystal ball, I see that his helpers will advocate smarmy expedients faster than you can say "phenomenalistic". We'd all be in grave danger if he continued to engage in his repressive behavior. There is doubtlessly a delusional dimension to McCain's intimations. Or, if "delusional" is too narrow of a term, perhaps you'd prefer "obstreperous". In any case, if McCain truly believes that everyone who doesn't share his beliefs is a slimy whiner deserving of death and damnation, then maybe he should enroll in Introduction to Reality 101. He yearns for the Oriental despotisms of pre-Hellenic times, the neolithic culture that preceded the rise of self-consciousness and egoism. By the same token, McCain abhors the current era, in which people are free to rage, rage against the dying of the light.
If we don't build an inclusive, nondiscriminatory movement for social and political change then McCain will do away with intellectual honesty. This message has been brought to you by the Department of Blinding Obviousness. What might not be so obvious, however, is that it is sad to see McCain promote promiscuity and obscene language. Get that straight, please. Any other thinking is blame-shoving or responsibility-dodging. Furthermore, the ultimate aim of McCain's bait-and-switch tactics is to restructure society as a pyramid with McCain at the top, McCain's spin doctors directly underneath, obdurate apostates beneath them, and the rest of at the bottom. This new societal structure will enable McCain to trick us into trading freedom for serfdom, which makes me realize that his refractory, hateful machinations are in full flower and their poisonous petals of demagogism are blooming all around us.
McCain should clarify his point so people like you and me can tell what the heck he's talking about. Without clarification, McCain's double standards sound lofty and include some emotionally charged words but don't really seem to make any sense. I have a plan to debate the efficacy of his beer-guzzling, churlish prognoses. I call this plan "Operation reveal the nature and activity of McCain's flunkies and expose their inner contexts as well as their ultimate final aims". (Granted, I need a shorter, catchier name but that one will do for now.) My plan's underlying motif is that McCain is reluctant to resolve problems. He always just looks the other way and hopes no one will notice that he was warned by his own collaborators not to emphasize the negative in our lives instead of accentuating the positive. Regular readers of my letters probably take that for granted, but if I am to comment on his rejoinders, I must explain to the population at large that once people obtain the critical skills that enable them to think and reflect and speculate independently, they'll realize that if you can make any sense out McCain's uncivilized tirades then you must have gotten higher marks in school than I did.
While everybody believes in something, McCain's simple faith in jingoism will cause pain and injury to those who don't deserve it. To be blunt, there is no place in this country where we are safe from McCain's comrades, no place where we are not targeted for hatred and attack. I should note that if you've read any of the ill-natured slop that McCain has concocted, you'll surely recall McCain's description of his plan to sensationalize all of the issues. If you haven't read any of it, well, all you really need to know is that every time McCain tries, he gets increasingly successful in his attempts to shrink the so-called marketplace of ideas down to convenience-store size. This dangerous trend means not only death for free thought, but for imagination as well. Is anyone else out there as struck as I am by McCain's utter disregard for morality and humanity? The reason I ask is that I want to unify our community. McCain, in contrast, wants to drive divisive ideological wedges through it. Some day, I want to give direction to a universal human development of culture, ethics, and morality. But you don't have to wait for that. What you can do now is talk to everyone you know about the things I've told you in this letter. Use every medium available to you. Use the Internet. Use your telephone. Use radio and newspapers. And whatever you do, never be afraid to speak out against the evil that is John McCain.
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