America: The Third World

One thing that sets the free world apart from 3rd World Dictatorships is our ability to air our grievances on the government. Further if you want to tease or make jokes about the President, or any other political figure, its protected by our Constitution.

That was before Barack “Living Document” Obama.

The Missouri rodeo clown who made national headlines for donning a President Obama mask says he never intended to disrespect the president and that his act had nothing to do with race.

“I didn’t do this to do any hating on anyone,” Tuffy Gessling told Kansas City’s KCTV. ”I did this to be funny. I did it to be a joke.”

He said it never occurred to him that wearing an Obama mask would be any different than wearing the mask of a white president.

But THE ONE is different BECAUSE he is different. I’m just so saddened at the cult of personality of President Mom Jeans. Not only is this behavior attacked by the cult, but his own CRIMINAL acts such as Fast and Furious, Using the IRS as his own Personal Hit Squad, among others is completely ignored.

We are becoming the 3rd World. This is called “Propgress”.

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3 Responses to America: The Third World

  1. TS says:

    For one to be truly color blind, they must be able to make fun of anyone, regardless of skin color.

  2. Archer says:

    The Lovely Wife and I watched a movie on NetFlix last night called “The Dictator”, which basically makes fun of Third-World dictators (and Osama Bin Laden, as a bonus). Great fun, if you get a chance.

    Here’s one of the fun quote-ables:

    Why are you guys so anti-dictators? Imagine if America was a dictatorship. You could let 1% of the people have all the nation’s wealth. You could help your rich friends get richer by cutting their taxes. And bailing them out when they gamble and lose. You could ignore the needs of the poor for health care and education. Your media would appear free, but would secretly be controlled by one person and his family. You could wiretap phones. You could torture foreign prisoners. You could have rigged elections. You could lie about why you go to war. You could fill your prisons with one particular racial group, and no one would complain. You could use the media to scare the people into supporting policies that are against their interests.

    Or, you could lay “protected class” Civil Rights violations onto (formerly) First-Amendment-protected free speech/parody, thereby gutting an entire nation’s concept of “rights,” and of course, the media would support and parrot it indefinitely.

  3. Geodkyt says:

    Just remember,

    If you’re upset that a jester made fun of the king, and want the government to intervene, don’t pretend you are living (or want to live) in a free country.

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