Great Image Of President Obama Trampling The Constitution—Bill Clinton And FDR Are Glad To See It Happen
I really enjoy this image I found on Facebook of Barack Obama trampling on what appears to be a torn-up copy of the Constitution.
There is also money strewn about. I guess that is to indicate Mr. Obama’s carelessness with tax dollars.
Around Mr. Obama are all the Presidents who served before 2009.
The Founding Father Presidents are beside themselves at Mr. Obama’s actions.
They miss the days when the Constitution protected slavery.
Abe Lincoln is mad.
I wonder what Mr. Lincoln would think today about all the states rights appeals we are hearing for the right.
Andy Jackson is engaging in angry finger-pointing.
Ronald Reagan looks a bit confused.
That part at least is true to life.
And Joe Whiteman is despondent and alone on the bench —and no doubt unemployed— as Mr. Obama stomps on our liberties and tosses cash around like it is worthless.
Applauding Mr. Obama’s terrible actions are Bill Clinton, Franklin Roosevelt and what looks to be Teddy Roosevelt.
These folks want to take us back not just before the Great Society and the New Deal, they want to take us back all the way even before the Progresssive Era of Teddy Roosevelt.
That way we can have dead rats in our meat again as Upton Sinclair detailed in The Jungle.
I think Lyndon Johnson is smiling as well.
Richard Nixon does not seem very glad about this disregard of our Constitution. You’d think Mr. Nixon would be cheering right along.
This illustration made my day.
Many conservatives sure do get into a tizzy over Barack Obama.
Why Would Anybody Want To Look Like These Freaky Ralph Lauren Mannequins?—Our Culture Is Both Alien & Alienating
There is nothing very original in complaining about emaciated and bizarre models and displays at clothing stores.
But I just do want to use the above picture I took a few days ago of these freaky mannequins at the Ralph Lauren store in the Houston Galleria to indicate just how alien and alienating I find so much of everyday culture to be.
Who could look at this stuff and want to buy anything from this place? How could this be any ideal of fashion or personal appearance?
Okay—I’ve said what I wanted to say about what can only be a losing battle on my part.