Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Brought To You By Conservatism: A New Contract On America


When Newt Gingrich pushed his "Contract With America" in 1994 he was *livid* when some enterprising liberal renamed it the "Contract ON America."

And when the voters saw what the Contract was all about, they thought it was funny - but not ha-ha funny...



Today's Cons have new folk heroes too...



...and the Cons are relentless and they still have a "contract" - just like the old one, but with a few more additions...




...because change is always good...



...like this guy explains...



And speaking of ISIS, his Conservative brethren have taken their Contract to the international stage.



It seem like there are even more signatories to the new Contract, like these peeps...



...and this is a new century, after all.



But the new Cons are all a modest bunch, too.



So if you're a hard-working American who can't afford health care, you just have to sign on the dotted line...



...because the GOP is a Party with new ideas, like this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...




...but NOT this...



...because the government needs to stay out of governing!



So finally, if you want to be a good Con just sign the Con's Contract On America, and if anything goes wrong, nobody will no that it's a bad, bad contract.



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Any contract with the Cons is one-sided, - which nullifies it as a contract - but the Cons don't care.

Because when you're taking over the government and substituting it with everything necessary for a New American Age of Feudalism, then you better shut up or face the music.

Conservatism serves the rich, not the 99 percent.

Conservatism is all about the money - the rich peoples' money, that is.

If we're a democratic nation then Conservatism is certainly anti-American, and if stealing and killing are criminal acts then Conservatism is acting like the biggest criminal cartel in history.

Isn't it time to...

...criminalize Conservatism?

Joyce, Jnr.


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"What I don't know is what the unexpected might be."

John McCain.

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