Brilliant!I'm putting it on facebook where I have accidentally let conservative Christians become my "friends" because we went to high school together. At the time, I regretted accepting the friend requests of people who have joined Fox News' fan page, but now I can get in their Faces with facebook activism - unless they hid me when I joined the Marijuana Policy Project
What's funny, the morons didn't know they were being made fun of.
what a country we have!
What Saoirse said. I noticed the same thing. The tea baggers were being mocked, and didn't realize it.
PEN, this is precisely the problem with FB. I don't want to have to let people know I don't want them friending me on FB. On twitter, with almost 700 followers, I can easily unfollow a few and they never know I dumped them. Plus the conversation is sparkling and very fast moving on twitter. For an almost manic bipolar person it's heaven.And thanks again for the award. I'll post my answers to the questions and make my selections later this afternoon.Saoirse, Sherry, Nan, the brilliance of this kind of thing is you need a certain minimal IQ to "get" satire. It's this kind thing that give me a bit of hope that we aren't all complete idiots.
We donated costume money to the Billionaires for Bush Campaign. Some things you just have to do.
If you love the snark, you too can start your own local chapter of Billionaires for Wealthcare. Here is their website:http://billionairesforwealthcare.com/BillionairesForWealthcare.htmlThere you can get PDF files of the same signs they carry, to print up your own.You have to do the finery of formal garb to go with it though..... Put together a group of friends for local parades, show up to the rallies & town hall meetings-- even your congressperson's office. Strut!The over the top outfits (hit up goodwill, or dig deep into your closet- or borrow!)catch the attention & eventually the message sets in. Woo Hoo for the Status Quo!Love the attache case with money sticking out!Nice touch.
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