THE PROGRESSIVE THEME FOR 2014: “FLIP, FLOP AND FLAIL” by BurkaChick
As BurkaChick, a sinking socialist, I have come to the realization our progressive babble of bunk–will plunk. Since our massive monstrosity (formerly named Obamacare) has been outed as the redistribution racket it was always intended to be, this healthcare thunder of plunder has awakened the American people. Just like our ship that got stuck in the Antarctic ice, so is our now our rattlebrained rhetoric and all the faulty cries of racism and injustice won’t dilute the fact: “The President Lies our Premium’s Rise”.
So how do we progressives get past our plummeting propaganda? We have to find some other web of liberal lies to continue to get the masses to suck up to socialism. Could it be our foreign policy? No, Robert Gates exposed our malice of intent for our American warriors. Could it be the scam of global warming using a Polar Vortex? No, those lies are about as transparent as Jay Carney’s beard or Obama contributors investigating the IRS scandal. Could it be Chris Christie’s “Bridgegate”? No, the comparison of Christie’s man-up news conference and our wussie waffling on scandals is too obvious. Maybe we can tout amnesty again, ignoring our failed 50th anniversary of “The War on Poverty” and the realization that too many of our own citizens need work. We could throw out a dangling “Promise Zone” and hope that no one notices our other promises weren’t kept? Or purchase big boy pants for Pajama Boy and have him lead our liberal charge of “If you like your scam, you can keep it”.
But alas, all we can do is flip, flop and flail and throw out “income inequality” goo and hope it sticks. We can say it defiantly and give each other smug hugs and kisses and pretend it actually means something different than it does to Putin and the Chinese. We’ll try and make some mish mash of sense of how to go forward with our democrat rants, but first have to get by our knockout punch to the public of “affordable healthcare” and “keeping their doctors”. To any of the millions of frustrated Americans losing their coverage who’ll tell us they’ll write to Washington for help, to quote W. C. Fields we’ll reply: “Why would you want to do that? He’s dead”. And as we flip, flop and flail and throw out nasty attacks of Mitt Romney’s family and Phil Robertson’s morals as a desperate distraction, we cross our fingers and hope the public doesn’t notice what we’ve done to the future of healthcare (see video).