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Now that Republicans have gained complete control of both houses of the US Congress and the White House, our esteemed leader and former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney can finally get down to the work of rigging the elections and turning the treasury over to big business interests - the dream of all greedy corporatists. The confident, smiling face of FDR has finally been erased from the public's memory after almost a century of passionate campaigns launched by conservatives to to discredit The Great Socialist and tarnish his gilded image.

After fighting for so many years against any free hand outs for the poor and middle class, the great news is that we have finally achieved success!

With new conservative GOP appointees, the Supreme Court is now firmly in our corner and Secretary of Defense Newt Gingrinch can finish the job of turning America's global empire into a feeding ground for the wealthy elite banking class. Hallelujah!

With new foreign wars to prop up the Halliburton class, our military industrial complex has at last reached it's goal of total economic and political power in the USA. Now that the last vestiges of those inconvenient and outdated constitutional laws and democratic principles have been eliminated, the multinationals and Wall Street bankers are having an absolute field day! Profits are soaring and new expensive defense contracts are being granted every day...

We have no more worries about marriage equality (thank you Surgeon General Dr. Ben Carson), or legalization of pot, universal healthcare or even gun control now that right-wing religious leaders and NRA officials are writing the national legislative program with the help of Monsanto, Exxon/Mobile and the Lehman and Koch Brothers.

Soon all of the public schools will be gone and education will become religious based and/or corporate owned. Our beautiful precious little children will be able to grow up without the distraction of liberal, deconstructionist or unpatriotic propaganda designed to fool them into thinking that Michael Moore, Oliver Stone and Jon Stewart actually represent sanity.

With President Romney at the helm, the ship of state is headed for a new American Century full of promise and opportunity (for the upper class, of course). That's why Congress has been so generous in allocating funds for a another multi-billion dollar national memorial to Ronald Reagan and the re-sculpting of Mount Rushmore to include his glorious image. I know that Tom, Teddy, George and Abe would be very proud to find their icons next to one of the greatest actors and political leaders of our time.

It's only a matter of time before cabinet members Grover Norquist, Dick Cheney and Karl Rove order the construction of publicly funded monuments to themselves, and then we will surely see the blossoming of a new golden age...

While the police are battling protesters in the streets of Washington DC, we can rest assured that the spirit of Richard Nixon and Herbert Hoover are both with us to guide our hand as we make these necessary yet sometimes difficult changes to society.

The watchful eye of Senator Joseph McCarthy is upon us and the stinging voice of
Father Coughlin rings in our ears...

Now that there is no more immigration and the borders are sealed up tight, we can be comforted by the knowledge that all is well with the country and our nation is in good hands. We have Glenn Back and Rush Limbaugh to thank for the new spirit that now pervades the country - they are truly great Americans!      

Once the riots and protest marches are over I'm sure that the poor and middle class will eventually see that minimum wage jobs without benefits or pensions is actually good for America.

Let us all stand strong and say with one unified voice that the GOP is in truth
"God's Own Party" and that the time has finally come for a religious and corporate controlled government. God Bless America!


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  •  I, for one, can appreciate (1+ / 0-)
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    the absurdity of what you've written. We have, indeed, come this far. I think it would be cowardly not to take the next step.

    None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

    by achronon on Mon Apr 01, 2013 at 04:06:08 AM PDT

    •  Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction (2+ / 0-)
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      historys mysteries, achronon

      This may have been a slightly underhanded way of launching some criticism of conservative ideology, but their daily talking points are often just as absurd on many different levels.

      One thing is for sure - you can always expect them to overreact to any small challenge to their authority because many of them rely on a fear based attitude.

      In other words, you can count on them to almost always over state their case and overstep their authority.
      i.e., They exaggerate almost any threat for political propaganda purposes. Makes them look fanatical and paranoid...

      Example: According to Dr. Ben Carson America will fall apart as a result of gay marriage. Also: Immigration is a threat to  our national security, and social security and free public education make people lazy.

      •  But of course they are! (0+ / 0-)

        Heh, heh, heh ... for as long as I've been alive, we've been going to hell in a handbasket. I don't know why we should stop now when we're just starting to get really good at it.

        The criticism they reap is only a result of what they sow.

        None are so hopelessly enslaved as those who falsely believe they are free. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

        by achronon on Mon Apr 01, 2013 at 09:25:15 AM PDT

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  •  seems we did not need Romney or Republicans (1+ / 0-)
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    after all to do this alone, as it had already happened with just enough Dem complicity

    turning the treasury over to big business interests - the dream of all greedy corporatists.

    "Who are these men who really run this land? And why do they run it with such a thoughtless hand?" David Crosby

    by allenjo on Mon Apr 01, 2013 at 06:18:48 AM PDT

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