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Anti-conservative slur used by liberals to justify loathing Christians, Jews and adolescent males.

An accusation made by heterophobes against heterosexuals to justify their anti-straight bias.

A word overused by the same people who also claim that racism and sexism are as bad or worse today than even in the days of Nazi Germany.

Usually overused by the same yuppies that confuse Christians and Jews, who read the Bible with genocidal Germans from 1943.
The United States is a homophobic, sexist, racist society that deserved the 9-11 attacks.

Americans are nothing more than overweight, homophobic, white trash rednecks, who deserve to die in a terrorist attack.

You breeders are nothing but a bunch of redneck homophobes in the KKK.
by Assex 776 September 14, 2007

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Possibly the truest statement of fact ever uttered by humankind

A phrase that's been around since rap was invented during the disco craze of 1979, when rap was rebuffed as a trendy fad that would be over in six months; no such luck unfortunately

Something that would get your throat slit in prison, if you said it
"Rap fucking sucks," Sam Kinison

"Your husband probably shouldn't have gotten that RAP SUCKS tattoo on his asscheek, before being sent to prison," Peg Bundy
by Assex 776 September 30, 2007

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Infernal Revenue Service, etc.

A satanic cabal of bureaucrats that believes in plundering the wealth of taxpayers to fund projects like the ghetto school program, Iraq reconstruction and other forms of income redistribution from the middle class to the government.

One of the last remaining remnants of socialism in an otherwise free-market economy.

Was christened (originally the "Bureau of Revenue") in 1913 along with the Federal Reserve. See 16th Amendment of the US Constitution. Ratified by 38 states and signed into law by Republican William Howard Taft, who came in third place in the 1912 elections (behind Democrat Woodrow Wilson and Bull Moose candidate Teddy Roosevelt).

Quite possibly deepened the Great Depression of the 1930s, which was much worse than the economic depressions of the 19th Century.

Federal income tax had been ruled unconstitutional two times earlier by the Supreme Court in the late 1800s.

First set at less than 5% under the administration of Abraham Lincoln in 1862, and was voluntarily abandoned by the feds after the Civil War (imagine that today).
The marketplace giveth, and the IRS taketh away.

It's impossible to get out of child support, subsidized student loans, state taxes and federal obligations to the IRS.

The IRS is taking 15% of grandma's Social Security check, because she won too many bingo games.
by Assex 776 September 15, 2007

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In America, Affirmative Action was a product of the Great Society policies of President Lyndon Baines Johnson. It was first codified into law under a series of Executive Orders (not approved by Congress, in other words), which stated that munitions manufacturers including private firms doing business with the federal government should "take affirmative action" in hiring minorities - at the time defined almost solely as African Americans.

As the Vietnam War dragged on under President Richard Milhous Nixon, Affirmative Action became part of a wider government program to bribe inner city blacks to get with the program and support their government. Of course, Affirmative Action, welfare (started under FDR in the 1930s) and other government handouts did nothing to increase the love that black people had for the federal government.

By 1978 liberal activism was under attack. President Jimmy Carter had expanded Johnson's liberal social programs to their ultimate extreme, and white, middle class Americans began to look toward the Republican Party and their rising star, Ronald Reagan, for new political direction. That same year, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against quotas for the first time in the landmark California Board of Regents vs. Allan Bakke decision. However, Affirmative Action was far from dead and buried.

Today Affirmative Action remains rooted in American policy, although most Americans including many African-Americans find Affirmative Action outmoded for the much less racist atmosphere of the 21st Century.

Inexplicably Affirmative Action still exists, even after the election of Barack Obama.
Affirmative Action put that white guy with a college degree in the unemployment line, while that black guy who can't even write his own name got the promotion.

Asians and Jews are also targets of racism, but they get none of the benefits of Affirmative Action. It's punishment for their success, I assume.

Jesse "Affirmative Action" Jackson got Nike to loan him $600 million dollars after threatening a boycott. What an extortionist piece of shit he is.
by Assex 776 November 06, 2008

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A San Diego-based rock star/surfer who took over the helm of the moribund, Seattle, grunge band Mother Love Bone and turned it into the mega-platnum, hit machine Pearl Jam in 1991.

Sang on the album Ten which was one of the five most influential albums of the 1990s (along with Nirvana's Nevermind, Dr Dre's the Chronic, Alice in Chains' Facelift and Slayer's Seasons in the Abyss)

Is an example of a good yuppie - rich but cares about the environment, ending racism/sexism/homophobia and electing liberal Democrats to office.

Used to swing from the rafters like Tarzan and give free concerts like the Day on the Green in Lawrence, Kansas, in 1992. (I was there).
"I'm Eddie Vedder, and I care about the environment."

Thousands of sexy chicks cheer and throw their panties on the stage.
by Assex 776 September 15, 2007

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sometimes spelled as David Allan Coe

country singer-songwriter who peaked in the late 1970s

personified outlaw country music with tattoos, ear rings, long hair and a connection to motorcycle gangs

Coe served time in an Ohio state prison

wrote the song Take This Job and Shove It, which became a #1 hit in 1978 as covered by Johnny Paycheck

wrote several racist, sexist and homophobic (the trifecta of anti-liberalism - yet funny) songs released as underground or X-rated albums

his underground album is difficult to find today and rare

among his underground songs is the classic "Fvck Anita Bryant"
"They tell me I look like Merle Haggard, but sound a lot like David Allen Coe," Longhaired Redneck (1976)

David Allan Coe is one of the funniest racists in country music.

If you think Ice Cube is OK but hate the lyrics of David Allen Coe, you're a hypocrite.
by Assex 776 October 30, 2007

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Slayer's pentultimate 1986 masterpiece.

Produced by Rick Rubin and released on Def Jam

The first satanic thrash metal album ever released on a major label.

One of the most controversial albums of all time.

One of the fastest albums of all time: clocking in at just under 30 minutes.

Song list:

1) Angel of Death (90% of the controversy) 10/10
2) Piece by Piece 9/10
3) Necrophobic 9/10
4) Altar of Sacrifice 10/10
5) Jesus Saves (the other ten percent of the controversy) 10/10
6) Criminally Insane 10/10
7) Reborn 9/10
8) Epidemic 9/10
9) Postmortem 10/10
10) Raining Blood 10/10

Reign in Blood's release was delayed because of concerns regarding its lyrical subject matter and graphic artwork: several Catholic Popes drowning in a river of blood in Hell; Satan on his throne; etc.

The opening track, "Angel of Death", references Josef Mengele and details acts committed at the Auschwitz concentration camp, which provoked allegations of Nazism. Slayer takes no pro or con position on the matter in the song.

The album was Slayer's first to enter the Billboard 200; the release peaked at number 94, and in 1992 was awarded a gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America.

Kerrang! magazine described it as the "heaviest album of all time" while Metal Hammer magazine named it "the best metal album of the last 20 years".

Inexplicably the ultra-mainstream Spin Magazine ranked the album number 67 on their list of the "100 Greatest Albums, 1985-2005."
Slayer's "Reign In Blood" was directly responsible for the rise of death metal and cannot be bested. Bow down.

Reign in Blood is by far the best metal album of the 1980s bar none.
by Assex 776 September 15, 2007

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