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Annals of Airheadery (aka Chronicles of Cretinism)
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Fri, 2012-12-28 21:51
I am going to keep this thread permanently blue-stickied, like Marcus's Global Warming thread, Philip Duck's UN thread, etc. It will serve as a repository for exhibits in my case that America has now become Airhead America indisputably—comprachicoed, cretinized, lobotomized, infantilized, collectivized, Slayerized, zombified, pomofied, Gramscified, Alinskyfied and generally filthified beyond recognition (from the Founding Fathers' Republic) and beyond salvation. It is not a cliff that America hovers atop; it is the abyss.
I encourage folk to post their own items of evidence here. My first exhibit is this new poll showing a clear majority believing that Obamarx, whose galloping socialism has greatly exacerbated the crisis he inherited, is better able than his opponents to solve it, especially by raising taxes on incomes above $250,000. Who, with a modicum of a suggestion of a hint of a morsel of an intimation of anything remotely resembling a brain, could believe this ... of The Anti-American President for whom the "fiscal cliff" is his wettest wet dream: higher taxes on everyone and the disarming of America via a gouging of the military. Whatever the final outcome of the talks that have just concluded, be sure of one thing: Obamarx doesn't want to avert the cliff; he's itching to jump off it! How much more quickly could he then effect his threatened "fundamental transformation" of America from partly capitalist to overwhelmingly fascist ... from free, strong and prosperous to enslaved, disarmed and bankrupt ... from superpower to banana republic. The Filth is about to satiate the "untrammeled fury" of which he once wrote.
In further testament to the reality of Airhead America, The Filth's approval numbers are also soaring:
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