On this 4th of July…

by alphamonkey on July 4, 2004 · 5 comments

in News,Politics

…we Americans should celebrate that we’re living in a country enjoying ”take-home pay, as a share of the economy, at its lowest level since the government started keeping track in 1929..”

Hurray for America!

Hurray for President George W. Bush, inhuman, corporate pocket lining, people hating fuck-stick that he is.

This November, let’s give America something to be really proud of: giving Bush the kind of time off he’ll need to really start hitting the bottle again. 

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  • Souped_up_on_Jihad

    Why do you hate America™? You should never question your government, especially on the 4th of July.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    First off, I don’t hate America. I love our FREEDOM! I love my FREEDOM to choose to not have universal health care. I love my FREEDOM to not have to think about suing my HMO. I love the FREEDOM that America gives me to not have to worry about some namby-pamby government telling me that I have to have vacation and sick time hours.

    I love America. It’s the liberal traitors like you all that I hate.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    Ah, you misunderstand me. I don’t love America in a wholesome ‘mom and apple-pie’ kinda way. I love American in a seXXXy, baby-oil and Barry White kinda way. As such, sometimes Lady Liberty likes it rough. I figure it’s my patriotic duty to accomodate

    And forgive me if I fail to be cowed by anyone who worships a black leather clad, pelvis thrusting hillbilly. Fag.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    You’ll have to forgive The Harvestor, Cananopie. He was abducted by illegal aliens in the 70’s for slave labor in a radish commune. He’s yet to recover.

  • http://360.yahoo.com/razorfine_review Thundarr

    I have always wondered about people who love this country so much, love the freedoms and choices it allows them to make, the liberties it grants to each of it’s citizens and yet become more totalitarian than Hitler’s Germany or Stalin’s Russia when a fellow citizen exercises one of the rights that they love so much to express an opinion they do not agree with.  Freedom is the right, the priveledge, and often the responsibility to complain and point out instances where the government is not living up to the promises granted to each of it’s citizens under the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  So if I wish to say that George W. is an incompetant fame starved money grubbing social elitest scumbag while lighting an American flag on fire to demonstrate the level to which Bush is slowly burning away the ideals which make this country great, then that is my right, even on the fourth of July, even on the White House lawn.  True freedom is not just pronouncing and protecting your beliefs, but also the freedom of those whose ideas make you cringe and hide under the bed.  Everyone has a voice in a democracy, we just need to get more of them to speak.

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