According to Republican barking head Tucker at Fox, Nixon grovelling goood. But Joe Biden grovelling baaad.(link) The Prohibitionist fanatic extraordinaire who helped Ron and Nancy Reagan order kids to “Just Say No”–and police to jail or shoot any who said “yes”–is no longer a second-childhood poster boy for National Socialist Positive Christian values. Biden is undergoing Republican hostility for gaining enough women’s votes to defeat Republican talking head Donald Trump.
This was thanks in large part to Linseed Graham Cracker’s praise for Judge Amy Coney in mid-October.(link) “Green-Teeth” Linseed’s recommendation that the Associate Justice be awarded the Mutterehrenkreuz medal for combatting “race suicide” may be what triggered an awakening among women voters with real teeth.(link)
Nixon grovelling before communist and fascist dictators was masterful diplomacy. After all, republicans, fascists and communists are equally committed to the nationalization of assets and the death sentence for plant leaves, seeds, stems and roots. If non-republicans crawl and grovel on the exact same rug, or act like women have rights, that’s un-American.
Also un-American is Disney exec Bob Iger’s failure to grovel before Georgia republicans to honor their separate-but-equal healthcare laws. Georgia women suffering from tax extortion and unwanted pregnancies can go to Hell, Canada, England, California or Ireland. Southern belles do, however, have an equal right to tax-subsidize and even undergo subsidized circumcisions, prostate and testicular surgery in government-controlled hospitals. If they lack the necessary features, that’s their problem.
It’s enough to make you wonder how Trump’s party was able to spit in the faces of all thinking females and still lose the election. The Dems, of course, had the same opportunity but chose instead to adopt the Libertarian policy of not jailing, robbing or killing people over plant leaves. Go figure.(link)
Find out the juicy details behind the mother of all economic collapses. Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929 is available in two languages on Amazon Kindle, each at the cost of a pint of craft beer.
Brazilian Sci-fi from 1926 featuring the usual beautiful daughter of a scientist touting prohibition and racial collectivism in America’s Black President 2228 by Monteiro Lobato, translated by J Henry Phillips (link)