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Bowing Toward Mocha: Why Americans Suck at Taking to the Streets.

Let me get this straight right at the beginning. I am not complaining. I for one am happy as can be that for the most part my fellow countrymen and I comprise the lamest bunch of flame-throwing radicals in the … Continue reading

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My 2011 Psychic Predictions: Part One.

Distressed by the continuing anger of the Tea Party, all of the rest of Americans will band together to give them everything they want–which will just piss them off. Despite the risk to national security, 2,110,541 American men will sign … Continue reading

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Dear Reprimander-in-Chief:

I know you are busy. Heck either standing tall on the world stage or bending over backwards to placate your opponents here at home would be a full time job. Working overtime everyday to do both must be taxing.  Nevertheless, … Continue reading

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Bah! Humbug! Christmas 2010

Twas the night before Christmas and as was his stead Santa went off with his gift-laden sled. With toys for the tots and great gifts for the rest, He was certain they’d all feel joyous and blessed. He hit Canada … Continue reading

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Biscuits and Wavy Gravy: The Tea Party’s Roots in the Summer of Love

Ever since these Tea Party folks began yapping about in the wake of the Obama Presidency, I have sensed something vaguely familiar and frighteningly sort of endearing about them. I wrote the feeling off over the past few months as … Continue reading

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One Final Tea Party Appeal to Right Thinking Voters, in Verse!

Been two long years since madness fell upon the population, And loosed a rabid, foreign, Muslim Commie on our nation. Why even ‘fore he took the oath—while Bush was still in place He started on his evil plot to throttle … Continue reading

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The 2010 Midterm Elections Know-Your-Issues Flash Cards

With November bringing possibly the most important election since Ken Howard beat those three or four other people who weren’t working often enough to keep them from being president of the Screen Actors’ Guild, attention must be paid to making … Continue reading

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