Americans Should Lose Voting Rights For Electing Tea Party Republicans

I have pointed this out many times, but the Tea Party flag is a fundamental expression of its ideological roots—in the Confederate States of America, and that evil (short-lived) nation's values. Tea Partiers stand for rebellion, secession, and hatred of the non-white-male majority of the USA. Just in case you need some zoological education, rattlesnakes are not safe for children, and other vulnerable humans. That is why we should not keep rattlesnakes in the House (or the Senate).
Damn! What a bunch of fucking idiots!

I’m not talking about the Tea Party fools, who—ONCE AGAIN!—just drove the USA, the world, and especially the Republican Party (which richly deserves destruction) to the edge of economic catastrophe.

I’m talking about the idiot Americans who voted the Tea Party fools into office.

You probably know some of those idiots. You may be one of them. 

You might really have thought that the voting thing was where you pick the person who best resembles the most horribly stupid ideas that swill about in what you call a brain. Actually no. You’re supposed to aim higher than that.

And if you don’t, if instead you elect monstrous imbeciles like Michele Bachmann or hopelessly deranged ideologues like Rand Paul or if you go rock hard in your hate-bone thinking of Sarah Palin as President of the United States , then you really need to ask yourself, paraphrasing Dirty Harry: Do you know your limitations?

Because, pal, if you’re voting for Tea Party goons, then you need to back away from the voting booth. You’re hurting millions of people every time you get red in the face and the ballot. And you need to STOP doing it!

Do you have any fucking idea—any at all—how despised you and your stupid Tea Party are now? 

I’m serious. You have achieved global infamy, as wretched little rats who would bring down a world just to get your petty little way in the world.

They have a name for that: JUST LIKE HITLER—you assholes.

So, you don’t like Obamacare? Who the fuck does? Even Obama probably hates it at this point. But, instead of letting the experience of Obamacare do its work on people’s opinions, you idiots were doing everything you could to distract people (by terrorizing them) while you tried to burn down the world.

And now—

EVERYONE fucking HATES YOU!—even in that pathetic loser political party you nominally belong to, the GOP.

The actual Republicans, the ones who are to the right of Attila the Hun, but not quite as looney as Ted Nugent or as demagogic as Ted Cruz —think you are NUTS! They don’t want you in their stinking political party, any more than the USA (and its NON-white-male-fuckhead majority) wants you and your Confederate values in its country.

GET OUT!!

GO BACK TO—whatever disgusting land you slithered forth from—what is it, England? Scotland? Germany?

But wait!—those people threw your ancestors out of their nations in the first place. That’s how come your illegal-immigrant forebears, whom the indians should have killed on sight, had to sail across a whole fucking ocean to have the freedom to slaughter, enslave and rob their way in America to enable your current hateful role in the world as a terminal cancer on the body of humanity.

No, you would have to go back in time—back, back, back—to a place and people who would suit your values and worldviews. Since so many of you have those things rooted in the most barbaric and despised civilizations of the ancient world—you should be sent back to Nineveh, Assyria. 

Never heard of that place? And you know, for a long time, before archaeologist dug up its ruins, you couldn't find it on a map. THAT’S because the ancient world’s peoples so despised the Assyrian Empire and the despicable creatures who ran it, they erased it from the face of the Earth, and tried to forget it had ever existed.

And that is what the USA should do with the Tea Party too.

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  1. Actually, you are just ranting and spouting falsehoods. The Gadsden Flag was designed in 1775 during the American Revolution by American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden. Considered one of the first flags of the United States, the flag was later replaced by the current Stars and Stripes (or Old Glory) flag. Since the Revolution, the flag has seen times of reintroduction as a symbol of American patriotism, a symbol of disagreement with government, or a symbol of support for civil liberties.

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    1. "American general and statesman Christopher Gadsden"

      Well, he sounds like a very patriotic fellow. Must have been from one of those Yankee states then, like New Hampshire or Maine, huh?

      Oh wait, NO, he was actually from the state that was ground zero for the Confederacy, South Carolina. And, no surprise, he was a major owner of slaves, with well over 100. Gadsden's interest in breaking away from British rule had a lot to do with his interest in not having the London government interfere with his property rights—especially his ownership of slaves.

      So, Gadsden's flag is a warning to anyone who would prevent rich, white slaveowners from stepping on their "liberty" to own other human beings.

      It is, as I said, expressive of the root interests defining the Confederate States.

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