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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Quotation Of The Day

Maybe even the Quotation of the Year!

By my good friend Silverfiddle at Western Hero:

Living in post-election America is like being a beleaguered passenger trapped on a long airline flight plagued by crying babies.

Ever get a song stuck in your head? How about crappy pop music in general? Shopping, in the car, on the street, sometimes it seems you just can’t escape it. You want ear plugs. Well, life in America these days, you can’t escape the whiny, howling chorus emanating from that latest Progressive Pop act, The Butthurt Bawlers from Hilloonville.

They still refuse to grasp reality and admit Hillary lost. President Obama said she was on the right side of history! So they comfort themselves with alt-reality fairy tales about how Russian Spymaster Boris Badinoff “infiltrated” and “hacked” the election with “fake news” while Steve Bannon rallied the millions of Klan voters.

Like a poo-throwing child in a tantrum, they fling blame in all directions: Racism, sexism, old white people, that recently-uncovered secret cabal called the Electoral College...

12 comments:

  1. They are still using safety pins to hold their nappies (diapers) on, after they throw their poo.

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    1. They've also been offered miniature horses -- as well as other "comforts."

      And they call themselves "adults"? Sheesh.

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  2. Apparently they never got passed the stage of development where one learn's to accept the word "NO"

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  3. As I've said before; no matter the chronological age Liberals never make it past 11 as far as their emotional age goes. They live their entire lives, trapped in the bodies of un-happy little children! WWWAAAAAAAAA!

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    1. As opposed to the Republican legislature in North Carolina?

      Now there are some whiners. Check out there most recent tantrum.

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    2. @Nostradumbass:

      If it was the "Progressives" you'd be lauding it as a brilliant political strategy.

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    3. That your best game, Warren?

      Weak tea, bubba.

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  4. Lots of chronologically grown up people refuse to use the word 'no' with their children, thus retarding their growing up. Seriously - I heard a woman discuss why she turned down an otherwise ideal-looking au pair position: the mother told her the children were never to hear the word 'No'. They must all send their kids to the growing-in-popularity Waldorf Schools.

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  5. In a rare night of watching the news, they're STILL talking about how to deal with all the anger people are feeling after the election. And it was clear the news babe felt anger. That's HER world. So they keep blabbing to try to ratchet up emotions.

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    1. Baysider,
      I've never seen so many with sour grapes.

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