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Tuesday, March 1, 2011

How To Explain What Makes Fleebaggers To Your 5 Year Old

Earlier today, I left the following Random Dropping on Professor Mondo's comment board.  I liked it so much, I promoted it to archivable post tonight.


A unionized public employee, a Democrat politician, a member of the Tea Party, and a Big Corp CEO are sitting at a table. In the middle of the table there is a plate with a dozen cookies on it.

The TEA Party member used to add 3 cookies to the plate and take out 1, but the economy sucks now; so the TEA Party member added 2 cookies, and took out 2.

The Big Corp CEO used to add 7 cookies to the plate, but the economy sucks now and he has learned about cronyism; so the Big Corp CEO added 6 cookies and took out 3.

The Democrat politician redistributed 12 of the cookies to welfare state dependents and special interests.

The unionized public employee pitched a fit because there were only 3 cookies left, and he had negotiated with the Democrat politician for 9.
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  1. We're not sure how many cookies the Democrat politician kept for himself, while he was busy "redistributing."

  2. Seems pretty descriptive to me.

  3. @Matt & @WHT: Just doing my part to educate the children.

  4. And what just happened in Ohio today? It looks like the Unions and lamestream media put all their attention in the wrong place....Ohio legislature passing an equivalant bill to Wisconsin with almost no fanfare!
    What was that? I think I hear the sound of the giant union piggybank cracking.....

  5. @Jethro: Good point on Ohio. Bottom line: more of us than them.

  6. Nice! I like it.
    That's great news from Ohio. I guess the unions knew they would loose a lot, and picked one state to try and salvage what they could...
    ...before they find themselves with a diminished advantage over their private-sector counterparts.

  7. this does seem to be about the right tone and education level to try and teach any teabagger - but i'd think you would need more pictures to get any teabaggers attention. When Palin is who they look up to, you know they have very little brain capacity.

  8. @Anonymous: Quick, your local Kmart is having a blue light sale on wit and humor. Aisle 9 – beat the fleebagger rush.


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