Something to Think About


August 13, 2010 by billie789


This from the Marxist Socialist Communist Muslim Devil Worshippers at Huffington Post. I think it’s very sensible:


5 thoughts on “Something to Think About

  1. torqdog says:

    That’s almost funny Bill. As I was scrolling down, I couldn’t help but think that these must have been created during the Bush/Repub years when partisanship was out of control, at least until I got to the “stronger backbones” one. That’s when I actually started to chuckle out loud as there is that saying out there about liberals being “linguini spined”. I don’t think Mother’s milk is the cure.

    It’s almost laughable that at this time and place, the libs are suddenly finding the new religion of getting along. The ONLY time they “attempt” to do that is when they’re the minority in Congress and even then they can’t control themselves. And we all know what bi-partisan means to the left…… “y’all just do what we say and be quiet”. One of the reasons so many are angry in this country right now is because Queen Nancy and Prince Harry have run their respective houses like Stalag 13. It’s OK to wander around but don’t even think about offering ammendments or bills on your own. Maybe that partially explains their respective 7% and 2% approval ratings with Congress getting a whopping 11%. I just hope and pray that the Repubs answer in kind after November and treat the Dems the same way instead of playing nicey-nice like they did back after ’94.

    I guess the Huffpo and all their Marxist Socialist Communist Muslim Devil Worshipping sympathisers are starting to see the light in the tunnel and it’s a big god-damned freight train coming to mow ’em down.

    Run little liberals, RUN!!!

    Oh, and BTW; thanks for posting! ;-)

  2. torqdog says:

    Bill, I can’t makeout who these posters were made by as evidenced in the lower right corner. What does the fine print say? These wouldn’t have originated from another one of those “hate the Tea Party” sites you so commonly frequent, would they?


  3. Bill says:

    How do you know what sites I frequent? You must assume that because I find the Tea Party vacant of any electable, cogent ideas or leadership to solve this country’s problems that I must frequent Anti-Tea Party web sites. Projection on your part?

    As I’ve said before, the Tea Party is its own worst enemy. I don’t need to frequent anti-tea party web sites to know how unpopular the “movement” is with mainstream Americans…and any surviving, self-respecting Republicans.

    I believe the posters say, very clearly, that it’s from the Chamomile Tea Party. “If you are a tea connoisseur or a fan of calming, warm drinks that settle you down before bedtime, you are probably familiar with chamomile.” I’d say from a casual read through the posters, they are anti-partisan, not anti-Tea Party.

  4. torqdog says:

    Oh…… I know! Funny you chose to only respond to the question as to what the name was in the lower right corner and ignore the “meat and potato” post above it.

  5. Bill says:

    I don’t even know what you’re talking about. Care to clarify?

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