Honey Boo Boo & commies
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, 11:30 p.m.
Some say Barack Hussein Obama is the anti-Christ. I say he's not smart enough, but his deceptive and devious policies have been extremely destructive for this country. His administration has many slimy servants for the “great serpent.”
These “progressives” (Democrats, socialists and communists) have been nurturing their insidious plan for over 100 years and are about to enjoy the fruits of their labor — absolute control of every aspect of our lives. Through overbearing government regulations, taxation, financial collapse, Obamacare, educational evisceration, etc., these progressives have accomplished what no enemy nation could — the destruction of this country.
You've elected the enemy — a staunchly anti-American, Muslim communist. When our broke country collapses in a convulsion of civil chaos, we'll get a dictator and communist government.
Mitt Romney and the GOP (Grand Obsolete Party) refused to address the 47-percent voter group. These are the “nips,” no information people. They're too busy watching lamestream media, Honey Boo Boo and Charlie Sheen. In Karl Marx's words, the “useful idiots.”
To reverse this national nightmare, we need providential intervention and support from true patriots — the Tea Party and Christian conservatives. Obama's a delusional demagogue who's now coming after your guns.
How do you like him now?
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