Skip to comments.Heads On A Stake
Posted on 06/17/2012 12:32:35 PM PDT by Starman417
Yes, putting Obamas head on a stake and using it in a movie or in decapitation scenes would warrant apoplectic Progressives and Liberals to grasp their crotch and jump up and down like small children waiting in a long line to use the bathroom, but putting Bushs head on a stake is an exercise in effigy conservation. Surely a cadre of FBI agents would descend on the light hearted pranksters who dared to use a facsimile of Obamas head; since no less than ten agents were sent to Florida to investigate whether George Zimmerman displayed traces of racial bigotry while perforating targets at neighborhood ranges and buying weapons at gun stores. We all know, the slightest hint of racism or an ethnic joke would catapult the Martin tragedy into the realm of a federal hate crime and out of the realm of a normal Florida shooting.
There is a deeper and ominous warning for all of you who may have said something off color one day in your life in the distant past, if you are involved in an altercation with a minority, you can and likely will be charged with a hate crime and receive the full prosecutorial attention of the Holder In-Justice Department after you have been investigated by the FBI, like Mr. Zimmerman.
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Doesn’t anyone believe the official explanation, that they ran out of heads to use, and that’s why Bush’s head shot was used? How many heads do you think they have lying around for their decapitation scenes???
It was obviously a political statement.
Why would they even have a spare W head hanging about the studio?
One has to admit - it’s a meme with a scheme!
It’s a tap on the shoulder from the Spirit of History, as it were.
What now seems atavistic was once a mark of progress!
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