The truth about us.

25 May

The American people support the white Anglo-Saxon majority which founded our nation and continues to lead us forward. We oppose homosexuals, blacks and Latinos. They have no place in our Christian nation. We frown upon expanding gun rights, better healthcare, tax cuts for the middle class, and job increases. Most of all, we despise hope.

We hold these truths to be self-evident – the polls have shown us the light.

Our very democracy is threatened by the possibility that our military personnel may have to bunk with gays. The vast majority of Americans support the Arizona law, in which any fellow American with brown skin can and must be arrested if they don’t have proof of citizenship on their person at all times. Property rights should supercede the civil rights of blacks. The only reason Barack Obama is President is because every black person in the country voted for him, even though he’s a Muslim, and not even an American. Our children will be finally be taught the truth about the faith our founding fathers built this nation upon, thanks to the brave members of the Texas School Board.

President Obama has thrice given gun owners more freedoms – who is he to tell us what we can and cannot do? Once republicans explained the horrors of Obamacare no one in their right mind could support it. The stimulus bill, Obama’s response to Bush’s bank bailouts, was wildly unpopular. Who the hell wants tax cuts? What gives the President the right to force us to work?

Finally, the ultimate rejection of Obama’s fascist, socialist, Nazi agenda came from none other than Sarah Palin. “How’s that hopey-changey thing workin’ out for ya?’, has stirred the nation.

It is our duty as straight, white, Christians to take back our country.

God bless the United States of America!

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Don’t let Republicans see this.

24 May

The United States of America does not have enough psychopharmaceuticals to go around for all our conservative friends if this gets out:

Don’t make me laugh.

23 May

Millions of Tea Partiers take to the streets protesting the ever increasing expansion of Big Government and out of control spending, their voices echoing across America in opposition to the Democrats continual assault on States Rights, and more importantly, Individual Rights. The message is loud and clear: “We want our country back!”

This is what we’ll see if the Obama Administration were to solve the illegal immigration problem. Billions spent on an impenetrable border fence. The establishment of another new federal agency, to handle the process of rounding up and expelling millions of illegals. Court systems and prisons unable to handle the overload. And, of course, the price of oranges will be ten dollars a pound.

Democrats have made proposals before, and will do so again. Republicans even objected to the 7 and 7 Plan. Yet, it’s those very same Republicans that are blasting the President and other Democrats for not fixing the problem.

So, Tea Partiers, go ahead and put the most conservative guys you can find in the halls of power. Make sure absolutely nothing can get done in Washington, then complain that Washington can’t get anything done.

Country First? Don’t make me laugh.

Get it?

22 May

Let me make this as simple as I can. Regulations. Are you for, or against? Depends on if you understand the difference between capitalism and corporatism. America, at least according to all the political rhetoric blowing in the wind, is a capitalist society.

In order for a society to exist, there needs to be some set of rules and some group of people to see that those rules are followed. That’s why we have stop signs, traffic lights, and speed limits; and patrol officers. That’s why every society has adopted some form of law based on the Mosaic system.

Banks and oil companies are people too. At least according to the Supreme Court. So they need to follow rules just like the rest of us. That’s not communism, or socialism, or fascism, or Nazism, or whatever ism Glenn Beck want’s to cry about. It’s just common sense.

Sorrow

21 May

Rand Paul and Pat Toomey aren’t happy that Congress has moved a step closer to putting a banking reform bill on President Obama’s desk. More “big government” regulations strangling the free-market. How many disasters will it take for these people to realize that sometimes a few commonsense rules might not be a bad thing after all? Remember, these are the very same folks whose blood-pressure goes through the roof when you mention the bank bailout. You can’t have it both ways, boys!