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April 23, 2011

The Drinking Bob He Rants for Me

Excerpt: "When are you people who voted for this freaking guy
gonna finally stand up and admit you made a HUGE mistake? And if your a freaking kid and your parents are still riding around with a Barack Obama bumper sticker on their freaking car. I'd be embarrassed! I'd WALK everywhere I had to go. The only thing Barack Obama and his supporters are going to accomplish is to get rid of childhood obesity at this freaking rate. Would you people wake up! Land of the free? Home of the brave? We used to be the land of the free. We used to be the home of the brave. Now we're the land of the stupid. Home of the freaking SCREWED!"

Posted by Vanderleun at April 23, 2011 11:41 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Except for the accent this guy could be me. However, never forget, Obama isn't the problem. Obama voters are the problem. Do you think 2008 is the last time the same people will fall for the Hope & Change?

I used to think our problem was that too many people didn't know the important things. Now I think it's clear too many people don't know how to know the important things. These people strive to be empty, but entertained. Their teachers tell them they don't have to know X,Y, and Z they just need to know how to find X, Y, and Z. This puts the power into the people that put out the message (media, academia, entertainment).

If you aren't equipped and trained to be the evangelist for conservatism in every group you are just another passenger on the bus going over the cliff. Take no pride in sitting quietly in your seat and recognizing the bus is going over the cliff. Get up and knock people out of the aisle to reach the steering wheel and turn this thing around.

If I hear one more weak sister tell me, quietly, they're a conservative in a union, school, job I'm going to snap. It's precisely all of the quiet and secret conservatives that are enabling this country's demise. Your comfort is an excuse to ride this bus over the cliff.

"Get in their face and push back twice as hard."

Posted by: Scott M at April 23, 2011 1:48 PM

But Scott, that is rude. They're afraid of being called rude. The label RBSH freaks them out.

Instead that label should stand for Righteous Badge of Superior Honor.

Mock them to their faces, laugh at them, call them dumfuks. You'll have to go to the town meetings and tell them there, in front of their kind, that was the dumbest thing you ever heard; then tell them why.

That's the battleground; you cannot be hiding in the bunker!

Posted by: Peccable at April 24, 2011 8:09 AM

I blame the media first and foremost, the public unions and/or public education, liberal.. nay, LEFTIST higher education and useless, self-serving Hollywood and the even more useless music industry.

Posted by: RedCarolina at April 24, 2011 10:09 AM

I was coming out of Walmart last night, and I overheard the most interesting conversation. A man who looked like a typical Walmart shopper in a wifebeater shirt, sagging baggy pants, and a bit of blingage - was explaining the financial crisis to a woman, possibly his wife. She was dressed in similar white trash attire, and I didn't hear what she asked the man, only his response:
"It means that the government is deliberately making our money worthless. It's all vapor."
Vapor. Exactly. Even an uneducated peasant gets it.

Posted by: Jewel at April 24, 2011 6:26 PM

I saw some guy in an old beat-up pickup pulled-over Friday in Centralia with a Obama Sticker on one side and a 'I'm already against the next war' sticker on the other. Was tempted to pullover and suggest to the cop that he add a charge of hypocrisy or idiocy as well. Yes we can.

Posted by: Soviet of Washington at April 24, 2011 7:42 PM

If a guy were to drive a car with those bumber stickers on it through Centralia here in Pretzelvania, he'd be thrown down into a smoking sinkhole of burning coal gas.

Posted by: Jewel at April 24, 2011 9:03 PM

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