Monday, February 9, 2015

Yes, It IS Your Grandfather's GOP!


There's a popular saying among today's progressives that the GOP "is not your grandfather's party," but it clearly is the same fascist stew - with a few nuts and flakes thrown in.

We don't have to go too far back to see that how the Conservative criminals had the same objectives in mind for us...



In fact, if you go back even further - and even in another country - you'll find that they behaved just as they do now...badly.



With the tea baggers, the name is different but they are the same people that tried to do us in before...



...exactly the same people, year after year.




Those people even admire clones from the past...



...and their religious principles are exactly the same.



Not a thing has changed with the fat cats who seek to rule us...



...as you'll find out even if you go back as far as 30 years ago.



Because the Cons were exactly the same then as they are now...



...especially if we look back at 1929!



There's a lot of evidence showing that a Con is a Con is a Con...



So keep in mind the old saying that those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it...



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There is only one difference between the GOP of yore and the party today: their are a few more of the nuttier stripe in office.

But that's just because the inmates have taken over the asylum temporarily.



But not to worry, the money boys in the Conservative cartel made sure that their boy Romney ran instead of the buffoons like Santorum, and even the propagandists over at Fox News who STARTED the Tea Party aren't about to go against the wishes of the fat cats over at the GOP.

Conservatism is NOT about "personal responsibility" or "states rights" or any of the other social issues that they seem to embrace.

Conservatism is all about the money, and to hell with the working men and women.

After all this time people should get tired of being killed and robbed, and the only way to stop this relentless takeover of democracy is to...

...criminalize Conservatism.

Joyce, Jnr.


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"I paint my face and travel at night. You don’t know it’s over until you’re in a body
bag."

Ralph Reed on his prowess as a political operative for the Christian right wing in
1991.

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