|James Woods - 2011-02-25 |
|cognitivedissonance - 2011-02-25 |
She's right, the right to dream is denied in those other countries. The ones with the caste system.
I've read about those vicious Swedish Socialist Dream Police they have.
The Mainstream Liberal Media won't talk about the United Nations Dream Ray they have, but you need to get yourself educated.
|memedumpster - 2011-02-25 |
I've never seen a flag hang its head in shame before.
|charmlessman - 2011-02-25 |
When I was boahn, I was told I could be anything I woahnt. I wanted to own a house, a cah and have a family. But it turns out I'm a wicked ugly troll lady. So I joined the Tea Potty so I could turn my angah outward.
|chumbucket - 2011-02-25 |
|Hammer Falls - 2011-02-25 |
The rain starts getting harder, as if nature itself is trying to drown her out...
|dueserpenti - 2011-02-25 |
I couldn't get more than a few seconds in, would someone give me the rundown?
Homely teabagger describes how awesome America looked in theory when she was a kid. She had big dreams, none of which seem to have come true. But she could dream. Then her son almost died and is now a cripple, fighting for The Dream in Iraq.
The rain pours harder, and callous planes overhead drown out her absurd obsequious delusions.
That was a bit purple, but that's how this sad shameful wreck makes me feel.
It's amazing how literally every Teabagger/Paultard/Fox News fan I know is a complete loser, usually with some kind of blindingly obvious mental illness. The one who's a pathological liar and sometimes male prostitute is seriously the best-off of them.
It's amazing how literally every Teabagger has had some failed crackpot entrepreneur venture at some point.
Their love of John Galt all makes sense once I realized that.
|deadpan - 2011-02-25 |
Of course the one poem that she feels best embodies the unique kind of true American patriotism she values is In Flanders Fields, which was written by a Canadian soldier in France and was first published in a British magazine. And she ignores the sad beauty of the first two thirds of the poem and focuses on the tacked on call for revenge in the closing lines.
I know there's a lot of other things to pick on here, but really.
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