Monday, April 20, 2009

Home of the Not So Brave

Watching Glen Beck weep for his country, hearing Rush Limbaugh lie to his frightened sheep, watching Sean Hannity declare movie stars an "Enemy of the State", can only lead me to think one thing: We are no longer the Land of the Free, and Home of the Brave.
Franklin D. Rosevelt said we have nothing to fear but fear itself. Great words from a strong leader during a troubled time in our nations history. Repugs and faux patriots, however, tell us to be afraid. Be very afraid.
For eight years the Bush administration stoked the flames of fear with their bullshit color coded terror threats and warnings to buy duct tape and plastic sheeting.
Fear is the only thing these fucktards have. Fear and hatred is the glue that holds the GOP together.
We have gone from a nation of strong citizens standing united despite our minor political differences to a country of weak and trembling bunnies. Weeping and cowering in fear of minorities and gays, we have almost 30% of our citizenry going fucktard crazy buying up guns because Fox "News" and A.M. hate radio tells the scared little bunnies that the mean nigger in the White House is going to steal your guns, fuck your white women and make you marry a queer.
How did we let the fear mongors get in such power? Why would a major political party like the GOP let fucktard fear mongers like Hannity, Limbaugh, Coulter, Beck, and the rest of the Hee Haw gang become spokespersons for their party? The party of Lincoln and Eisenhower are now the party of Confederate flag waving scaredy cats.
Think Lincoln would be proud of the party he once led?

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