Liberty has never come from the government. Liberty has always come from the subjects of government. The history of liberty is the history of resistance. The history of liberty is a history of the limitation of governmental power, not the increase of it.
This is Halloween! Get in the hole until November 25th and take your Christmas music and Christmas advertisements with you.
This is Halloween!
This is the spooky, sexy, candy-laden time of year, and the colors of the season are black and orange, not red and green. Hellfire! There’s a whole other holiday, Thanksgiving, to come before it’s time for that shit.
ROFLMAO but also tipping my head and going, “Hmmmm.” Yeah, it’s hilarious and sarcastic in the extreme – snarkalicious if you will, but there’s also an underlying wisdom in this pic. Consider, if you will, the profit potential of a small, self-contained, fossil fuel powered generator that could be carried in electric vehicles.
With America’s infrastructure being nowhere near ready for the Democrat-enforced fleet of fully electric vehicles on our roads, there’s an obvious market coming for a compact generator for emergency automotive use. Nationwide, somebody could make an ongoing fortune on the product. Hell! They could make a quick mint in California… up until a couple of years later when California will have outlawed portable fossil fuel powered generators.
There’s been a more than reasonable amount of rather strident commentary about Lizzo aka Melissa Viviane Jefferson being allowed to play James Madison’s crystal flute. None of it makes much sense to me beyond people just using it to rather pointlessly signal their patriotism to either America or her domestic enemies.
Because please! Someone tell me how a Negress getting her mouth on a White slaveowner’s instrument in order to better her situation is anything novel, anything for the Dems and their Blacks to crow about, or for the average American to rant over? I’ll wait. 😉
Oh, and by the way – or by the by-blow as the case may be – Lizzo’s a Jefferson, which might just mean something given his preferences. So, since Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were close friends, there’s even less cause for commentary.
In these times – and the times coming soon if Americans don’t do what is necessary – it’s best not to judge dangerously underweight women. They may be victims of Biden’s domestic and foreign policies as opposed to eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia.