It took me a few minutes to calm down enough not to spew a profanity-laden rant. In fact, I'm not there yet. Hold on a sec.
OK, that's better.
I suppose I should have seen this coming: comparing George Bush to Hitler isn't working, but there has to be something that
not tortured quite enough tortured artists and Leftist idiots can do. How about this? (hat tip: The Wild Hunt)
I'm slowly coming around to Steph's way of seeing it: this is just so pathetic it's actually funny. I mean, if people don't vote the way you think they should, it can't be that you are off the deep end of moonbattery, and your head is so far up your ass you can see your tonsils, can it? No, no! It must be...Satan:
Now, since I've decided to go for outright mockery, I've called in my lovely wife.
Isn't it funny that it's "a tragedy in two acts"? At least they know they're going to lose, and lose badly, in November. And it's presented by the "Sacred Fools" Theater Company - well, at least they've got one right: they are fools. But they are honest: if you go to their site, they quite openly tell you "you are being lied to".
Oh, and while I'm at it, they need to fire the "artist" who made the poster: the invert pentagram on Bush's forehead doesn't have the proper orientation or aspect ratio to match the head it's purportedly attached to.
Now, if Bush is Satan, does that make Texas Hell? It would explain the summers. And Houston. And Eddie Bernice Johnson. Hey, my cats are cats from Hell! COOL!
They're going to have voter registration forms in the lobby. Now, imagine Steph talking with a really exaggerated East Texas accent:
"I was all set ta vote fer George Bush, but now that I know he's Satan, I guess I'll hafta go an' vote for John Kerry. He ain't Satan; he's just French. Well, mebbe I'll go on an' vote for Bush anyways."
If I lived in LA, it might be fun to go in costume. Nah; I don't want to give them any money, considering how they would use it.
What do you want to bet that if I put on a play with John Kerry dressed as a transvestite and talking with a fake French accent, I'd be the one they call intolerant and hateful? What would be the dialogue though? "I served in ze Viet Nam - but not on ze French side!"
Oh, forget it; they're not worth any more of my time.Posted by Jeff at September 13, 2004 09:28 PM | Link Cosmos