Harsh language. Hysterically harsh language.
I think I stopped reading after the first f bomb.
It’s actually fairly amusing, but the short version is basically “First world problems”.
You know, I wasnt hungry till I read that.
Shorter: “Dear white brethren – your passionate traditional marriage debate was fine, until you crossed the line by unnecessarily introducing delicious fried chicken into it.”
if i leave a comment with language like that at vodkapundit, will it get posted? i’ve always thought “no”.
I’ve been known to drop the occasional, strategic f-bomb, and as an editor I’m in charge of my own comment moderation. if you left anything even half that artistically offensive, I’d approve the fuck out of it.
Very well done. However, you still have a ways to go to match Bill’s video F-bomb on Trifecta after he came back from Cuba.
You know, the language is a bit much (I have to be pretty pissed off to get that blue) but I think he’s onto something. I mean seriously, does anyone in the real world research where the owner of a restaurant contributes politically, before he has dinner there…check that, I do know one lefty who tries. He’s an idiot.
That’s the point. Come on, it’s fried chicken. Perhaps we can move onto something important, like who one of the Kardashians is dating?
Um, no. If that’s you got out of that controversy, you really missed the point.
The point? It’s gotten to where politicians literally across the country decide they can block a business from entering their city/county, or drive out those outlets in existence. It’s a basic definition of bigotry and political oppression.
And the chicken? It’s an example of literally hundreds of thousands of people across the country telling the power-hungry bigots to shut up. I don’t know if you read many of the stories, or saw the photos of drive-thru lines literally around the block, but Chik-fil-A had a huge day. Many stores ran out of food. My boss’ wife went to eat at the one down the road from us, and it was just like I’ve read; lines around the block, and that store ran out food.
It’s NOT about the chicken.
Exactly. I love a good rant, but this isn’t about chicken or gay marriage. It’s about fascism (and the irony that the greatest threat currently faced by liberal democracy comes from liberal Democrats).
DIE IN A PIT OF SNAKES
I have to find somewhere to use that one.
In the words of TF2 Heavy – Hahahahaha, cry more…
To a civilized reader, an all-cap rant is no argument, and swearing only underlines the fact.
I agree that over-use of the “seven words” will result in your statement not being taken seriously. That is a point I have tried, unsuccessfully, to impart upon a few of my colleagues and friends from time to time. Caps only accentuate that effect. That said, and as the plethora of foul-mouthed comedians out there since Lenny Bruce and George Carlin attests, we all like a good blue streak rant as comic relief. So while this fellow’s argument is poorly made this speech is an important addition to the current political theater.
I can’t believe he dropped the d-bomb (“Doppleganger”? Seriously? Smells like Iowahawk…).
There’s not much to say for his grammar, but at least he can spell.
I don’t care WHO you are, that is some funny SH*T! and true!!!
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