I enjoy Jeff Foxworthy jokes, “You might be a Redneck if…”, explanations about the way some folks go through life. The fact that I laugh at his brand of humor qualifies me as a Redneck.
“You might be a Redneck if you and your dog use the same tree.”
You might be a Redneck if the first words out of your grandbaby’s mouth are, “Hey, Bubba”, instead of, “Momma”. I added this one, a spur of the moment thing since my grandchild just blurted out what sounded like, “Hey, Bubba”.
Foxworthy can go on and on; but that’s not why I’m writing today, something else came to mind.
You might not believe you’re still in America…When you hear Hillary Clinton say, “What difference does it make?” (bolded to emphasis her disdain)
Actually, there were several one panel cartoons of Hillary screaming at anyone who dared ask about her involvement in the Benghazi cover-up; but this one covered a lot of ground, kind of like the shadow that follows Hillary.
“What difference does it make?” Imagine the gall of anyone questioning Her Excellency and expecting a reasoned response from the next anointed president of the Socialist States of America.
You might not believe you’re still in America if illegal aliens are being promised billions of dollars while at the same time Veterans’ benefits were being cut.
“Today, (Harry) Reid filled the amendment tree on the Ryan-Murray budget to foreclose further amendments. Sessions wanted to propose an amendment to the spending bill that would delete the veterans’ benefit cuts and replace them by closing a loophole that allows illegal immigrants to suck billions of dollars out of the treasury.”
You might not believe you’re still in America if a six year old boy gets suspended for kissing the hand of a fellow classmate and is accused of sexual harassment. I’m not making it up, this actually happened last week in Colorado.
“This is taking it to an extreme that doesn’t need to be met with a 6-year-old,” Saunders told KRDO. Now my son’s asking questions, ‘What is sex, mommy?’”
You might not believe you’re still in America if police force drivers off the road so Federal agents can ask them to ‘voluntarily’ submit to having bodily fluids swabbed from inside their mouths.
Some might say this is a violation of the 4th Amendment, but Reading Police Chief William Heim told the Reading Eagle his police officers were there for, “site security only and did not pull drivers over or ask questions”. But he didn’t stop tripping over his tongue there…
“In the grand scheme of things, I think it’s a pretty innocuous and minor issue,” Heim said.”
He might as well have said, “The 4th Amendment, who gives a rat’s patootie?”
You might not believe you’re still in America if a 9 year old student can be suspended for wishing his teacher, “Merry Christmas”.
“Dawson’s teacher, 35-year-old Paul Horner who is an outspoken Atheist, was offended at the student’s display of Christmas spirit and had staff suspend the young boy for the rest of the week.”
Here’s a big “Bah-Humbug” for Paul Horner with additional instructions to read Charles Dickens’, A Christmas Carol; but that book has probably been removed from the school library.
Last; but certainly not the least, you might not believe you’re in America when Barrack Hussein Obama can lie through his teeth and tell the public, over and over again, “If you like your Plan You can keep your Plan”; all the while knowing millions of Americans would lose coverage as Obamacare took effect.
“They had the studies that showed that up to 80 million people would lose their health insurance,” Beck said Monday on his radio show, which is syndicated on more than 400 stations. “Now we find out this week that number is actually 125 million. Half of the population in the United States, they knew half of the population of the United States would lose their doctor and their health insurance?”
Would someone turn out the lights on your way out; the America I knew and loved no longer exists.
The Moral Liberal’s Senior Editor, T.F. Stern, is a retired City of Houston police officer, self-employed locksmith, and gifted political and social commentator. His popular and insightful blog, T.F. Sterns Rantings, has been up and at it since January of 2005.