HH Parade 3: It’s #HisNA, so Democrats downsize the float, but jack up their hypocrisy.


My, how the formerly dominant elites have downsized.

The GOP had its usual monster truck hauling a veritable reviewing stand, although in fairness, the Democrats mobilized quite a few supporters to walk the route.

(Harvest Homecoming’s parade committee does not allow political candidates to walk, and that’s unmitigated stunted horizons bullshit, but we’ll save it for another day.)

Meanwhile, it’s a question to which we’ll be returning often these next 12 months, as stated with typical precision by Jeff Gillenwater.

So (Dan) Canon won’t separate himself from or stand up to the likes of Dickey and Gahan in the local party structure but we’re supposed to believe he’s going to challenge DNC heavies at the national level?

As such, behold the mysterious unity of the hypocrisy trinity.

Exactly what was coursing though the heroic party of the downtrodden’s (sic) minds (sic redux) as they passed the public housing putsch protesters? 

Canon: I’m with you — you deserve justice!
Gahan: Um, not so fast newbie.
Dickey: We have the best social media ever. 


What Gillenwater said.

By the way, something like four years later, Adam & the Faux Democrats are as yet censoring me on social media. Evidently it’s a sentence with no appeal and no end — much like our daily lives enduring Adam’s inanity.

They exude gestures of social justice … so long as free speech isn’t part of the bargain, and hypocrisy of this degree simply cannot be alchemized overnight in a laboratory.

Rather, it’s as instinctive as the bacteria in their guts.

Earlier: HH Parade 2: A peaceful public housing putsch protest steps all over Deaf Gahan’s narcissistic buzz — and heads surely will roll.

From October:

NAHA and Pleasant Ridge? They’re lookalikes, and it’s only a matter of time until Jeff Gahan is exposed to the same scrutiny as Bob Hall.

So far, it seems that Adam Dickey is protecting his municipal meal ticket, but the party chairman’s only hope for Democratic “progress” in the 9th district as a whole is Dan Canon. But our fair Boy Wonder can’t defy gravity forever.

From September:

The Putsch Man Cometh: Jeff Gahan waxes delusional about being a public housing “advocate,” then cheerfully explains why he should be summarily deposed in 2019.

Tell it to Gahan, and tell me, Adam Dickey: How is it that a regressive like Jeff Gahan and a progressive like Dan Canon can somehow co-exist in your hypocritical, tottering party tent?

How many masters can you personally serve before the whole rotten edifice comes crashing down around your slickly ambitious earlobes?

From May:

ON THE AVENUES: Would a Canon candidacy compromise Deaf Gahan’s and Mr. Dizznee’s shizz show? A boy can dream.

Jeff Gahan owns the attack on public housing as mayor, and Adam Dickey owns it as party chairman. Gahan’s purge isn’t about poverty; it’s about property. If Dan Canon runs for office, Gahan’s and Dickey’s hypocrisy is going to look like it came straight out of Francoist Spain.