I’m Fearful for the State of our Country
I’m so disgusted right now at the thought that either Romney or Santorum could be our next president.
Neither can appeal to the average American. The GOP keeps talking about “taking America back.” What they’re really saying is, “We want to go back to a time when a white man was king. We had a nigger mowing our lawns, our wife making our dinners and we’d beat the hell out of faggots on the weekends. We’d rape us some señoritas and make fun of the Chinks, Wetbacks, Towelheads and Japs. We’d drive around in 4mpg vehicles on Saturday nights, beat some heads and the local bar, then drive to church the next morning to repent our sins. We hate anyone that ain’t like us. You ain’t white, you ain’t right.”
This, this is what they want to get back to. Yeah, America was great in those times. I would be a king – I’m white with a dick. If you happen to be of a different color, religion or sex, you were screwed. How selfish is that?
All you have to do is read the constitution,
read our bill of rights, all of the stories and poems from our earliest days in this country to see that THIS image that the modern GOP has painted has been perverted. But they’ll have you believe that THAT’S the way it’s always been. They’re wrong.
The America I was proud of is the one that stood for hope. For prosperity.
A beacon for a world of tyranny and pure evil. We used to welcome the worlds sick and poor (as written on the Statue of Liberty), but now we would watch them starve so that we can protect our big screen TVs.
We’ve become not a beacon for good, as in olden times; but an evil dictator of the world.
And for good reason. We have people like Bush Jr/Sr, Gingrich, Santorum, Boehner, Holder, Romney, Palin, Bauchmann, and the list goes on and on. Are we not rich enough? How many billions do people need before they are happy. How rich before we can give them a medal and say, “You win. You’re filthy rich. You must be happy.”
Romney/Santorum: I’m a happy person. I’ve got my health. I’ve got great friends. My family is doing okay. I’ve got a beautiful wife and a baby on the way. I’ve got a house, two cars, a big screen tv and many other luxuries. I’m happy. You have many times more than me. Did you pass happiness and are somehow working on a new state of being that I’ll never witness? If so, I think I’ll just stay where I’m at. Because if you are the example of someone who is beyond happy, then I need not go any further. I’ll stay right here.
I hope, for the sake of mankind, that Obama can pull off this election.
Not because I necessarily believe he’s the best president or anything, but because he’s the only candidate that still knows what it’s like to be plain old happy. And happiness, my friends, is contagious. And we could all use a smile.
Posted on March 1, 2012, in Business, Culture, Politics, World and tagged bauchmann, bush, conservative, democrat, election, gingrich, GOP, liberal, obama, palin, president, republican, romney, santorum. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.