And I am willing to wager, that these same people...er....zombies, believe they have a "right" to free health care, free education, or anything else so long as it has the word free in front of it.Are they really that stupid? It is at moments such as this that I am ashamed to be an American. If the goal of our public education system was to produce a gaggle of maleducated fools, lacking in the basics of a classical liberal arts education and critical thinking skill, then the have done an outstanding job. May those zombies get exactly what they deserve and in full measure.
If the goal of our public education system was to produce a gaggle of maleducated fools, lacking in the basics of a classical liberal arts education and critical thinking skill, then the have done an outstanding job. May those zombies get exactly what they deserve and in full measure. Indeed.
Not only are we going to have to fight the left, now these doofuses, I say put them out of our misery.... God help us....
COMMENTS POSTED BY ME AT THAT WEB SITE IN RESPONSE TO THE VIDEO RECORDING'S ACCOMPANYING TEXT:_____________________________________Talk about "the pot calling the kettle black"!As I read this article, I see the same mistakes being repeated that all other news reporters and news agencies are making.First of all, these are NOT "Constitutional rights"!They are unalienable rights, rights we are born with, given to us by our Almighty God..Our divinely inspired Constitution exists to restrict the power and size of government, not to grant rights to citizens.Secondly, the correct spelling is, "TEA Party", not "Tea Party".The word, "TEA", is an acronym, with its initials representing, "Taxed Enough Already".Failing to spell, "TEA", in all upper case letters suppresses and distorts the primary message, thus heralding political defeat through literary ignorance.Finally, Martin Luther King, Jr. (not his real name) was NOT an "African-American", as he was a native born citizen of the United States of America._____________________________________One of the ironies of this video spoof is that the men who wrote the Constitution of the United States of America were OPPOSED to the idea of a Bill of Rights, for they recognized the danger of allowing government to enumerate the rights of individual citizens and sovereign states.However, the states refused to ratify the new Constitution without a Bill of Rights being included._____________________________________
Damn...my ears are bleeding after listening to these idiots