Cute Crazy Unicorn

Sometimes one needs a bit of a break from the starkness of reality, what’s a better fantasy than a unicorn – in this case, a very cute unicorn acting delightfully fun and crazy?

BTW – “Unicorn” in this context means a dark-haired girl with light eyes, not an attractive bisexual babe who you and your wife or girlfriend can have a threesome with.

So sit back and have some for watch Emily Rudd having some fun. 😀

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E Pluribus Unum

E Pluribus UnumPeople need to remember that it is E Pluribus Unum (out of many, one), not Ex Omnibus Unum (out of all, one). There will always be some that do not become part of the one, mostly because they refuse to do so.

That’s the truth that the Liberals, Progressives, and the minorities they pander to refuse to accept. One has to become part of the one.

No, instead the Liberals, Progressives, and the minorities they pander would declaim this fact as racist, nationalist, xenophobic, and evil. This is, I think, largely because they don’t want there to be a “one” and certainly won’t tolerate it happening or anyone who wishes it to do so.

That’s the horrific thing. These oikophobic Leftists and their minority tenants may love to rant and whine about “inclusiveness” and “diversity” but they’ve willfully created an unholy synergy between these two concepts that is nothing but an attempt to dilute and dissolve America. They don’t want to make one out of many.

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The Deplorables

They're The DeplorablesHillary Clinton, while speaking a select group of wealthy queers in New York City last Friday, said that fully 50% of Donald Trump’s supporters were racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, and/or islamaphobic. She bluntly and openly described them – a very conservatively estimated 22 million American voters – as a basket of deplorables i.e. as deserving of strong condemnation due to shock, fear, or disgust they engender.

Rather than choose to be offended by Hillary’s declaration, I decided to think about what she said objectively and to take into account the greater context of Hillary’s words, audience, and cultural history. Doing so has allowed me to realize that this is just another case where the Left confuses facts and truth.

The simple and sad fact is that, within the context of how Liberals, Progressives, and those who they enable and pander to have mis-defined various form of bigotry and expanded what they consider examples thereof, we are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, and/or islamaphobic. Indeed, given their beliefs, it’s not just 50% of Donald Trump’s supporters who are so deplorable; it’s entirety of the White population of America who is so …or at least so their oikophobic ideology forces them to believe. Their only internal conflict is when an individual with one “protected trait” is perceived by them to have attacked another with a different “protected trait.” Then, suffer from hysterical paralysis until they can determine the hierarchy of victimology.

So what is truly deplorable and abhorrent to Americans is not what Hillary said. It is what her followers truly believe and that is deplorable indeed.

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