Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Logic In Conservativeland!


Logic runs rampant in Conservativeland, the kind of logic that says if something happened once it will ALWAYS happen over and over again...kind of like the logic from the sermons that you hear on Sundays.

And  we have to hand it to the Cons - that kind of "logic" is important when you're trying to explain phenomena like this...



So let's explore this Conservativeland logic and see if it helps us understand the benefits of voting GOP, like this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...


(Because logic teaches us that we can often predict the future by examining the past.)



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and this...



...and finally, these bits of logic from Conservativeland...



(And it's no wonder that even the logic of the average American is skewed!)



...but to continue, this bit of logic caught our eye...



...along with this one...



...and this one...



...and this one...



...and this one too.



But not this one, of course!



So to address our original question of logic in Conservativeland? It's OFFICIAL, logic in Conservativeland leads to THIS magical time in America!


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Logic and Conservatism don't belong together, as the Cons would have us believe that faith in their Conservative leaders and their banal little memes are all we need for our country - and the world - to successfully protect our democratic values.

Unfortunately, it's impossible to create a syllogism that would prove that the Rule By The Rich belongs in a participatory democracy.

So what's a Conservative politician to do when logic deserts him?

He can lie, steal, and kill - just like any other criminal cartel does!

So let's do something different to stop the scourge of the Conservative "movement!"

Let's...

...criminalize 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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