Thursday, July 16, 2015

Celebrating the GOP: The Party of Diversity In 2015!


Once upon a time, the GOP was a nondescript party, filled with rich white men and no one else, since everyone knew that the Republican Party and Trickle-Down Economics with its usual result of a gigantic income disparity was not only responsible for the Great Depression - but the Cons couldn't even figure out how to cure it.

But as the meme above tells us things have changed-  so let's see what the NEW GOP is like now, starting with this little reminder that the GOP is the Party of Diversity...



...along with a reminder that the GOP is now the party of the large tent...



...and it isn't for just anybody!



It's for people like this guy...



...and this guy...



...and this gal...



...and this guy...



...and this gal...



...and this guy...



...and this guy...



...and this guy...



...and this guy...



...and this guy...



...and this guy too...



...and these guys...



...and these guys...



...and all of these guys too!



And the best thing about the new Party of Diversity is that we don't have to put any ridiculous dreamers in that tent - after all, what do you think it is, a circus tent?



(THIS is a circus tent!)



And even people in OTHER countries commemorate the past rule of one of the greatest purveyors of the philosophy of "Compassionate Conservatism!"



So after all of this good news, doesn't it sound like YOUR vote in 2016 is going to the Party of Diversity?



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Guess what, there is no Santa Claus, there is no Easter Bunny, and there is no new Party of Diversity either.

The GOP is and always has been the Party of Rich Old White Men and always will be, because that's what Conservatism is all about.

The Party of the Rich uses lies, theft, and murder to achieve its main goal - the rule by the rich - and this is not only anti-American, the means by which the Cons use our political process is criminal behavior at its worst.

So let's stop the carnage by...

...criminalizing Conservatism now!

Joyce, Jnr.


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

John McCain.

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