Devolution of Family Guy

The devolution of Family Guy: It's not funny because it's true.

There are certain immortal truths, such as death & taxes being life’s only guarantees, or that when trying to get two pills out of a bottle you’ll either get 1, 25, or, more often than not, that damn little silica gel thingee. Some other immortal truths that are more relevant to this here post is that a Constitutionally-limited government, grounded in sound fiscal policy and respectful of free markets, that dutifully carries out its responsibility to uphold justice through the equal—and consistent—application of the law is the best form of government humanity has ever devised.

Contrarily, the fantasy-based anarcho-tyrannical marxo-statism that has plagued [erstwhile] civilizations around the globe for over a century and counting is clearly one of the worst forms of government humanity has ever dreamt up.

So when you hear the Liberal Establishment’s propaganda organs constantly pronouncing the Taxed Enough Already “Party” “dead”, you may allow yourself a chuckle at their continued wishful thinking. (I mean, beyond wishful thinking, what else do they have?) For the T. E. A. Party isn’t a “party” in any sense of the word (the term “party”, of course, harkening back to one of the original proto-American balking at oppressive taxation), but a political boson carrying the force of the aforementioned pinnacle of statecraft ideology: limited government, fiscal responsibility, free markets, and the rule of law.

Which is why the “Tea Party”—the amorphous, decentralized, leaderless, genuinely grassroots movement—is no closer to the grave than, say, the Socratic Method or Beethoven’s Fifth. The authors may be long gone, the originating context may have gone extinct, but the genius therein expressed is, for all intents and purposes, immortal. And the bitch (for the Liberal Establishment) about the immortal? They can keep on trying to kill it, but it will just keep on staying alive.

So when I see that “Family Guy”—that gratuitously profane cartoon written by the über-douche Seth McFarlane—is doing a hit piece on the supposedly moribund “Tea Party”, I can’t help but laugh. And not for the reasons that über-douche wants me to laugh (i.e., because he thinks his infantile über-douchness is funny), but because—once again—we see the desperate insistence by TPTB that those supposedly bible-thumping, hate-filled, racist, bitter-clingers who insist on smaller, fiscally-responsible government are finished; that their “reign of terror” is at an end.

Family Guy Tea Party

Oh look! What a novel line of attack—calling Tea Partiers racist Nazi's!

(And please, dear Family Guy lemmings jubilantly smearing the Tea Party as a bunch of violent anarchists—please pay no attention to the Occupy Wall Street mobs—the brainchild and darling of the Left—which is riddled with, you know, actual violent anarchists.)

As the saying goes, “if you’re taking flak, you know you’re over the target.” Well, the flak has been coming fast and furiously at the Tea Party ever since it dawned upon the political scene following Rick Santelli’s on-air rant. The fact that anti-American propagandists like the writers of Family Guy still feel compelled to hurl their bottomless invective at American Patriots is all the evidence I need that we’re still on target. (Dick Lugar’s recent forced retirement is just a cherry on top.)

So under whatever banner it finds itself marching—the Tea Party, Ron Paul’s Revolution, the GOP (God help us!), or whatever else—know that the ideals of a Constitutionally-limited government, fiscal responsibility, free markets, and the rule of law ain’t going anywhere. At least so long as patriots are still breathing.

Tea Party Funeral

Just keeps on staying alive...

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12 Comments

  1. I saw this segment the other day…it fits right in here with this story.

    http://michellemalkin.com/2012.....cannibals/

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  2. Eh, I haven’t known anyone since high school who watches Family Guy. And in high school the only people who watched it were the kids who would tell you they were too smart (but really just fat lazy asses)to do their classwork. So I doubt anyone of real consequence has seen this or takes it with any seriousness.

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  3. David in SC says:

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

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  4. inagadadavida says:

    Red- great post, and timely, as it comes on the heels of some thoughts I’ve been having for the last couple of days.

    The TEA Party is not dead, and has a lot of work left to do, but “we” are also accumulating enemies on both “sides” of the aisle. You know, the Rupublocratic monster in DC. This Dick Luger ranting is only the latest.

    I think that in a last act of desperation, the GOB’s (good old boys) have circled the wagons around “their” candidates. Do your time, get promoted, move up, become entrenched. “We” will back you…

    I mean, why the eff else would this year’s ‘last best hope’ be the guy that lost to the guy that lost last time?!? And the same GOB’s absolutely refusing to support one of ‘their own’ at any level?

    It’s like “they” (“our side”) are trying to lose, in spite of “us.” There’s a whole world of economic hurt just around the corner, no matter which ‘buzzard wing’ wins this fall. We’re just past that point.

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  5. I’m guessing the creator of this show is a privelaged chosen person?

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    • Art Vandelay says:

      Yeah. Seth McFarlane. Lots of Jewish “McFarlanes” out there. Its all part of the Jewish conspiracy to rule the world. Good catch on that, genius!

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  6. Is it wrong that I DVR the show? Granted, each season is worse than the previous one, so I guess I hope it will get better.

    I like American Dad and do not really care for Family Guy. Just like I enjoy watching Futurama, but despise The Simpsons.

    I guess that since Matt Groening and Seth MacFarlane have successful (viewers) series that they use one of their shows to force their views, disdain for conservatives, while using their other shows to entertain.

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  7. The only stuff we get on TV over here is blacksetball and PC military commercials of any sort that display black male/white female..rather depressing stuff OHHHHH and we get Chris (tingles) Mathews and that sh*** gang from MSNBC! All of us troops and contractors hate the shit except the blacks and their blacksetball since if we have 12 big TV in the mess hall, 11 of them are on “the game” Does blacksetball EVER have an off season? DAMN I hate that “sport”

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  8. Family Guy is still on the air?

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  9. The media and the Dems only thought the TEA party was dead because we weren’t out in the streets protesting, but many moved on too working and backing constitutional cons in getting elected. The reason they thought we were dead is because we were off the streets and every one of their mOvements protest but never get off the street they thought we were just like them silly libs maybe they will learn Nov. nahhh if they did that they wouldn’t be libs in the first place.

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  10. Spurwing Plover says:

    In the classic family shows of yester year FATHER KNOWS BEST,THE ADVENTURE of OZZIE and HARRIET some kids of today might see these programs and wonder why the kids are not taking part in some dumb SAVE TH WHALES or SAVE THE TREES protests and even in the 60s sci fi scassic LOST IN SPACE their still had their laser guns

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  11. Well again his days are numbered, this guy needs a bat upside his head!

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