Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Update on the State of our National Philosophy

There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the state of our country, but none is more important than the fact that morons are allowed to have a voice. It would be very easy to keep Democrats from winning with a simple poll test, but we have allowed the Party of the Morons to make that illegal.

We also stood idly by and allowed the very people that have wrecked our economy INTENTIONALLY to further manipulate their debacle and point fingers at the responsible adults that tried to forestall the collapse caused by Democrats and their idiotic philosophy of rewards for failures and punishment for successes. If you think that Democrats stalled all legislation for any reason other than to get thier candidate elected, you should not be allowed to vote.

Now, the normal people that love this country, our G_d, and our families have become the very object of ridicule and derision from the jabbering heads on our national media. We even use our tax dollars to support the federal television station that repeatedly mocks the very people that pay their salaries. I am tired of it.

Face it folks, Barry Obama is going to be our next president because the people that back him do not care anything at all about his utter lack of intelligence and overwhelming dishonesty, his complete disdain for anything that is inherently good about our country, his befriending of people that are so determined to ruin our nation to the point of blowing up buildings, his ties to terrorist organizations around the world, his illegal activity of accepting donations from foreigners, his hatred of white folks, his embezzling of funds from non-profit organizations by funneling that money to family, his patently illegal purchase of a home financed by a felon, his promise to completely dismantle our military, his complete failure to even understand the very basics of our Constitution, his continued embezzlement of funds from the Democrat financial bailout of failing Democrat businesses and government redistribution programs, his involvement of continuing to force the failure of public schools, his attempts to influence our national elections by committing voter fraud and directing money to organizations that explicitly commit fraud as their main objective, the list continues......

Understand, that any single incidence in that list above would have sent a Republican to prison, but for some reason, Barry Obama is above the law. We have allowed a man that has stated very directly that his vision for our country is one of fascism, class fighting, and money for anyone that has supported him financially. Well, you are going to get what you bought and paid for, George Soros.

Please know in your soul that the instant that Barry Obama is elected, there will be a complete and utter meltdown of the financial stability around the world. That is a given, but how long it will last and how deeply it will affect everyone, remains to be seen.

Here are some of the most intelligent reasons that I have seen to vote for Barry Obama. Come to think of it, they are the ONLY intelligent reasons to vote for Obama.



Let me ask a very simple question, "Do you want homeless people to have a voice in the governing of this country?"

Please take the time to comment.

9 comments:

AmusedMomma said...

So, TD, how would you go about implimenting this? In your perfect scenario, how this would be given, when, who would administer it, what would be an acceptable score to pass, and what would we do with those whose circumstances change (medical conditions from whatever, auto accident or alzheimers, etc.)

Two Dogs said...

All you would have to do is to put a two part multiple choice question at the top of the ballot. If you get both answers correct, your votes count, if you get one right and one wrong, your vote would not count, but if you get both wrong, you will be deported for bringing down the IQ of the country.

I am also just talking about simple questions, too. Maybe, who is your local representative or who are your two state senators, or your governor. Things that you should know before casting a vote. Seriously, I think that would weed out greater than eighty percent of people that plan to vote for Obama.

AmusedMomma said...

This sounds reasonable. My daughter told me about a friend of hers who advocated giving the citizenship test prior to voting. She says she read somewhere that 75% of Americans can't pass it and 90% of those who have graduated college in the last 5 years can't pass it. That old sheepskin keeps getting more meaningless all the time.

Two Dogs said...

You mean like this one where I just scored 100%?

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/25461301/

AmusedMomma said...

Oh darn! I missed one.... and such an easy one! Will I be qualified to vote???

Two Dogs said...

If you only missed ONE? Of course, what I am advocating is keeping anyone that gets them all wrong from voting. That would still disqualify 80% of Obama voters.

AmusedMomma said...

Well, TD, you convinced me. I have to say that I was leaning NOT in favor of a test, because of the oversight that might be caused by it and I'm in favor of LESS government oversight. But I can see how having an informed electorate might make for better government.

Two Dogs said...

All you would have to do is to put a two part multiple choice question at the top of the ballot. If you get both answers correct, your votes count, if you get one right and one wrong, your vote would not count, but if you get both wrong, you will be deported for bringing down the IQ of the country.

I am also just talking about simple questions, too. Maybe, who is your local representative or who are your two state senators, or your governor. Things that you should know before casting a vote. Seriously, I think that would weed out greater than eighty percent of people that plan to vote for Obama.

AmusedMomma said...

Well, TD, you convinced me. I have to say that I was leaning NOT in favor of a test, because of the oversight that might be caused by it and I'm in favor of LESS government oversight. But I can see how having an informed electorate might make for better government.

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