As you probably know, over the weekend
a million twenty thousand eighteen hundred more than two hundred almost a dozen truckers shut down America engaged in a powerful civil protest circled the Washington, DC beltway a few times. You may not have heard a great deal about this courageous stance in face of tyranny because of the widespread mainstream media blackout..
Also over the weekend a
million military veterans several thousand veterans nearly four hundred people (some of whom might be veterans) few dozen members of the Tea Party rallied at the World War II monument on the Mall under the leadership of Ted Cruz and Sarah Palin, then marched on the White House where they impeached the president stood around for a while and waved a Confederate flag. You may not have heard a great deal about this courageous stance in face of tyranny because of the widespread mainstream media blackout.
See, this is the disadvantage of living under tyranny. Widespread mainstream media blackouts make it really hard to shutdown America and impeach the president. Also, it rained — which always puts a damper on a revolution. But so long as millions of real and true Americans are willing to stand up bravely and defy a dictator who is
a negro a communist a Muslim a foreigner trying to force affordable healthcare down our throats, then…then…you know, freedom and Benghazi. For all. Amen.
Oh Greg, I love you. In the midst of an extremely belated deep Spring cleaning because I have a home appraisal in 2 days, I take a break (okay, one of MANY) and find this gem of a post. Which totally tops your last post, which I thought was un-toppable. Thanks for the energy-boosting laugh over “general asshattery”. I’m newly-refreshed and off to do battle with tyrannical dust bunnies. Not quite as brave as defying a blackcommunistMuslimforeign dictator, but nonetheless exhausting (and there’s a whole lot more sneezing involved).
Thanks Joan. Hope the home appraisal goes well. That’s always a tad unnerving, isn’t it. Or so I assume.
Thank you, Greg. You are a treasure.
Well, that may be a bit of an exaggeration…but thanks.