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Thursday, September 22, 2016

The Commonality of Malt Liquor, Chicken Wings, Tree-huggers, Racists, Hillary and Election Season

Have you ever noticed that during the election season, for some inexplicable reason the racist population in America suddenly mushrooms.  And suddenly without warning, tree-huggers emerge from the sprawling canyons of the metropolis telling us to watch our carbon footprint while they fly private jets across America spewing their lunacy.
At the same time the increased sale of malt liquor and chicken wings brings about a greater demand for home security systems, burglar bars and fire extinguishers.  It is also at this time of contagious  craziness, that the number of homeless soars to an unacceptable level and the man on the street is bombarded with venomous missiles hurled by
politicians like Hillary Clinton and her co-conspirators at the opposition because they have nothing but the charge of racism to offer the public.  The commonality of these events has become part of the domestic landscape.  A landscape, that can only be changed by the average John Doe and the firm hand of a strong leader sitting in the Oval Office.  

1 comment:

Sandee said...

Yep, I've noticed the same thing Ron. Funny how it's always the same.

Have a fabulous day. ☺