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    Protesters get a lesson in democracy


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    Protesters get a lesson in democracy

    Post  sinister_midget on Fri Nov 11, 2016 5:04 am

    Protesters get a lesson in democracy

    So the little snowflakes were out on the streets again last night, tying up traffic and waving their “NOT MY PRESIDENT!” signs.

    Have you noticed how many of the riff-raff can’t wait to go in front of the TV cameras to announce in broken English that the reason they hate President-elect Trump is because they’re illegal aliens.

    Then they hold up their signs saying “NOT MY PRESIDENT!”

    Well then, of course he’s not your president. You’re from Guatemala, or maybe Honduras.

    Last night, as a public service to the viewing public, Fox News Channel started running English-language subtitles under the anti-Trump sound bites. I’m serious.

    The other kind of demonstrators are these young women with trust funds who sound like Valley Girls. The way they speak is called up-talking: “Like, do you know he wants to repeal, like — ” the voice begins to rise, questioningly, and then ends in an hysterical shriek — “ROE V. WADE!?!?”

    Like, this is not what democracy is ALL ABOUT!?!?”

    Actually, it is. The problem is, this is the first election these coddled millennials have ever come out on the short end of. This is the first time they haven’t gotten a participation trophy. They have never learned to cope with losing. If they don’t win, the system must be … rigged.

    Even so, their rage seems a little over the top. I mean, correct me if I’m wrong, but have there been any jackbooted thugs kicking down the doors in the projects, confiscating EBT cards and Obamaphones?

    Of course not. But maybe we’re just seeing some preventive rioting. They want to loot a package store or two in case Trump decides to bring back Prohibition after he trashes Roe v. Wade.

    One of them, a woman from L.A., told a camera crew: “There will be casualties on both sides. There will be because we have to die to make a change in the world.”

    Remember, six million fewer of these layabouts made it to the polls Tuesday to vote themselves more free stuff than they did in 2012. Could that be at least part of the reason they lost to the “uneducated” white men, also known as Americans?

    Yesterday Obama welcomed the president-elect to the White House, sort of. He fixed Trump with the kind of icy glare he usually reserves for a) Bibi Netanyahu, b) Cambridge cops, c) nuns or d) typical white people.

    The only way it could have been more uncomfortable would have been if Trump had announced he was planning to raffle off the rights to bulldoze Moochelle’s White House vegetable garden.

    No wonder the poor babies can’t take their mid-terms. Get thee to a safe space.

    And it’s only going to get worse. Don’t forget one of Trump’s first campaign promises last year:

    “We’re all going to start saying MERRY CHRISTMAS again!”

    Hope I’m not on Storrow Drive when that microaggression occurs. They’ll be blocking traffic for miles. #NotMyPresident.


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    Re: Protesters get a lesson in democracy

    Post  JJRobinson on Fri Nov 11, 2016 6:18 am

    Tear gas and beanbag bullets....Scatter em like cockroaches when you turn on the light...

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    Re: Protesters get a lesson in democracy

    Post  Psycho144 on Fri Nov 11, 2016 8:25 am

    If Trump were like Lyndon B. Johnson we know what would be done, It would be black friday everyday till it was over.

    I wouldn't want that to happen but if that is what it takes send in the guards.

    Back then police and the guard were ordered to shoot anyone with a molotov cocktail or looting, enough said.


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