Saturday, October 23, 2010


Just this week Fearless Leader shared with a gathering of $15,200-per-plate Democratic Party contributors:
"People out there are still hurting very badly, and they are still scared. And so part of the reason that our politics seems so tough right now, and facts and science and argument does not seem to be winning the day all the time, is because we're hard-wired not to always think clearly when we're scared."

Ah, that clears it all up. It's fear that's clouding my understanding of all the good the government is doing! So then, we (the 70% of America who oppose the government bail-out of investment banks, the nationalization of the automobile and mortgage investment industries, ObamaCare, Cap & Trade, trillion-dollar stimulus packages, ...) just need to get a grip on our natural fight-or-flight inclinations and start trusting the virtuous elite (by which I of course mean "those who rely on 'facts and science' -- unlike the rest of us, the 'fearful' rabble -- I mean the George Soros aristocracy that occasionally uses a paltry $15K of its windfall of government stimulus money to promote Obama's agenda"); we need to trust that virtuous elite to have our best interest at heart.

On second thought, maybe I'll just join the "fearful" rabble:


Jerry said...

We serfs are just to stupid to know what is good for us. It is a wonder that they let idiots like us vote. [/sarcasm]

Andy said...

Nyuk! Bob, I've seen a lot of regular American protest signs. In fact, I've posted a few.

But, that is classic.

When I get back to my regular computer, I'll drop a link to one or two.

Yeah, we don't know jack! We're just lucky if we can find our way home, and ask for some extra pea juice when the dinner bell rings at the nervous hospital.

Good post.

Andy said...

Hey Bob! Here's one I like.

Gladys said...

And I thought I pissed myself because I saw yhe size of the national debt! Now I know, it was that fight or flightthing again; just like when I was bullied in elementary school.