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Posted on 08/12/2013 3:54:58 PM PDT by SoFloFreeper
"I knew it was you all along, Richard Nixon!" Officer Barbrady, South Park
As might be inferred by the title, a Nixon Mask is a rubber mask with the cariactured features of Richard Nixon, specifically a large nose, and creepy wide grin. Its status as the best-selling political mask of all time (and in many ways the inspiration for all political masks), as a symbol of famous counterculturists like Hunter S. Thompson and Bob Dylan, and as a hilarious remnant of the seventies have made it a classic go-to prop when a strange/hilarious mask is needed.
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That's reason they are allowed to use it, and we aren't is Rule #4, "Make the enemy live up to his own books of rules."
In other words, "we must hold ourselves to a higher standard" than the Alinskyites, so they can mop the floors with us.
My brother had a JFK mask when I was a kid. (I’m sure it was from before he became a good Kennedy though.)
Obama is the new Nixon!!
"It was the Age of Nixon."
Where the Buffalo Roam" (1980)
The best standard we can hold ourselves to is remember that the Alinskyites are like spawns of the devil (remember Saul Alinsky’s dedication in “Rules for Radicals?). If we keep this in mind, while keeping a good sense of humor at the same time, we will do okay. We should not let people who simply fight dirty lay a guilt trip on us.
Nixon was a saint compared to the clown who now occupies the WH