Wednesday, June 11, 2008

And this week's most ignorant conservative post goes to...

Jeremiah, for this:



Some would say "offensive" ... But am I offended? No! Not at all, because, you see, it's Conservatives turn take this country back from the degeneration that has divided America...and renew it with some decency.

Can there be any doubt that he's a full-blown moron with an I.Q. lower that our current president?
BTW Jeremiah, a brief history lesson: conservatives took back the country two decades ago....it was called the Reagan Revolution. Idiot.

5 comments:

Count Istvan said...

They took it back in 94 as well with their contract on America. How did that work out?

Sergei Andropov said...

He's promising to unite America using a rebel flag?

Jeremiah said...

Johnny boy,

If you could open your eyes and your ears to see and hear...you might understand it.

I'm not talking about historically or politically, no...I'm talking about moralists v. the anti-moralists, the good v. the evil, the believing v. the un-believing.

America has no future in the Atheist diatribes ruling our educational system, friend.

So, it's time to strike Atheism back to hell, where it belongs.

And yes, the South will rise again, but under a New name...same flag.

Y'all take it easy, now, hear?

Count Istvan said...

And yes, the South will rise again, but under a New name...same flag.

Y'all take it easy, now, hear?

http://www.theonion.com/content/node/28559

South Postpones Rising Again For Yet Another Year

April 12, 2000 | Issue 36•13

HUNTSVILLE, AL–For the 135th straight year since Gen. Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox, representatives for the South announced Monday that the region has postponed plans to rise again.

"Make no mistake, the South shall rise again," said Knox Pritchard, president of the Huntsville-based Alliance Of Confederate States. "But we're just not quite ready to do it now. Hopefully, we'll be able to rise again real soon, maybe even in 2001."

Pritchard's fellow Southerners shared his confidence.

"Yes, sir. The South will rise again, and when it does, I'll be right up front waving the Stars and Bars," said Dock Mullins of Decatur, GA. "But first, I gotta get my truck fixed and get that rusty old stove out of my yard."

"Lord willing, and the creek don't rise, we gonna rise again," said Sumter, SC, radiator technician Hap Slidell, who describes himself as "Southern by the grace of God." "I don't know exactly when we're gonna do it, but one of these days, we're gonna show them Yankees how it's done."

"Save your Confederate dollars," Slidell added. "You can bet on that."

The Deep South states of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, Louisiana, and Tennessee consistently rank at the bottom of the nation in a wide variety of statistical categories, including literacy, infant mortality, hospital beds, toilet-paper sales, and shoe usage. Even so, some experts believe the region could be poised for a renaissance.

The way things stand, things in the Deep South almost have to get better. Otherwise, the people who live there will devolve into preverbal, overall-wearing sub-morons within a century," said Professor Dennis Lassiter of Princeton University. "Either Southerners will start improving themselves, or they'll be sold to middle-class Asians as pets."

"My constituents are decent, hard-working folk," said Sen. Jesse Helms (R-NC), despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, in his 22nd annual "Next Year, By God!" speech on the steps of North Carolina's capitol building. "We are a proud people who mayn't have all that much fancy-pants book-learnin', but we live and die with pride in our proud heritage and the dignity of our forebears."

Helms' speech was met with nearly 25 minutes of enthusiastic hoots and rebel yells by the 15,000 drunk, unemployed tobacco pickers in attendance.

Though Southerners are overwhelmingly in favor of rising again, few were able to provide specific details of the rising-again process.

"I don't know, I reckon we'll build us a bunch of big, fancy buildins and pave us up a whole mess of roads," said Bobby Lee Fuller of Greenville, MS. "I ain't exactly sure where we're gonna get the money for that, but when Johnny Reb sets his mind to something, you best get out of his way."

"Oh, it'll happen, sure as the sun come up in the morning," said Buford Comstock, 26, a student at Over 'N' Back Diesel Driving School in Union City, TN. "The South is gonna rise up, just as soon as we get together and get all our shit back in one sock. Then, look out, Northerners!"

"Yesiree," Comstock added, "one day soon, the Mason-Dixon Line will be the boundary between a great nation and one whose time done passed."

By the way. I thought Jebus wouldn't let you post here Jerry. Glad to have you.

Sergei Andropov said...

"moralists v. the anti-moralists, the good v. the evil, the believing v. the un-believing."

So you're arguing that slavery, racism, etc. are moral, good, and Christian?

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