Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Why It's Becoming Impossible To Take Republicans Seriously

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Conservative Tea Baggers have taken over the GOP and their stupidity and insanity are finally becoming clear to the American Voter.

And it's easy to see why - it's all about when "follow the money" meets insanity...



...even though the Country Club Republicans and the Wall Street Republicans have a few disagreements with the Baggers...



...especially because the Baggers don't have enough "business know-how..."



...but the truth of the matter is that no matter if it's the Tea Baggers or "moderate" Republicans, they're both impossible to take seriously.

When bad weather hits Blue States, the Cons are quick to trumpet God's vengeance over gay marriage or some other odd thing that the Cons are against.

But when bad weather hits the Red States, what can they say?



Well, they have to say SOMETHING...



Yes, it's getting harder and harder for anyone to take the Cons seriously because of their insanity - but only when we look at what they do or what they say - like this, for example...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...along with this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and even this...



And what happens when the voters don't take the Cons seriously? This:




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This meme pretty much encapsulates why no one in a participatory democracy should take Conservatism seriously.

Conservatism is easy to explain: The take away from the needy because the multi-corporations and billionaires don't want to pay taxes, while waging perpetual warfare to make the defense industry richer day after day after day.

Lies and hypocrisy fuel this Conservative engine, and it's way past time to take care of this problem by...

...criminalizing Conservatism.

Joyce, Jnr.


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"There's an old saying in Tennessee -- I know it's in Texas, probably in
Tennessee -- that says, fool me once, shame on --shame on you. Fool me -- you
can't get fooled again."

George W. Bush.


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