not, as some would have you believe, that the GOP is on the genuine right and
the Democrats are on the genuine left of the political spectrum. The right and
left of these elites is the safe PC right side and PC left side of the PC center
zone of the Bell Curve where conformity to the current orthodoxy (no matter what
the current orthodoxy is) is the norm. This is the gray zone where not a dime's
worth of difference separates the two parties, and where so-called bedrock beliefs
are changed in the blink of an eye in order to pander for votes. This is the zone
where pink monkeys are stoned.
The Democrats long ago got their pandering sideshow
somewhat polished, so today their pandering isn't as ungainly and foolish looking
as the pandering done by many Republicans, but it's often the same thing.
To let me know what a select person I am, and how
really, really important the CENSUS DOCUMENT QUESTIONNAIRE is, it had a REGISTRATION
NUMBER. "Did you hear that Opie? It has a registration number, so don't be
cynical and say it's just a fund raising scam."
The questions went on and on, and were all really
just push poll items that were intended not as a way to obtain answers, but to
reinforce, in the minds of the select, what Bush is doing, and to convince the
select that the crap that the numbnut neo-cons are pushing on post-American America
psychological design of this stupid questionnaire was simple. Every question asked
was designed to elicit a "yes" answer on the part of fellow travelers
in the land of dunce. After repeatedly answering "yes," the select person
(call him the "mark") was conditioned to answer that way. Then the RNC
popped the real question that they wanted a "yes" on: "Will you
join the Republican National Committee by making a contribution today?" Hmmm.
Let's see. If I had been led down the correct path of checking "yes"
at each of the preceding questions I might then be expected to check "Yes,
I support the RNC and am enclosing my most generous contribution [starting with
$500]." If I didn't want to do that, I could check the second box: "Yes,
I support the RNC, but I am unable to participate at this time. However I have
enclosed $11 to cover the cost of tabulating my survey." I didn't like that
one either. At the bottom was the last choice: "No. I favor electing liberal
Democrats over the next ten years." Oh, no. If I check this one it means
I want to elect liberal Democrats. Left with no real choice, I changed the wording
of this choice to read "No, I favor electing true conservatives, not some
of the present phony RINOS over the next ten years."
Man, do we ever need some viable alternate political
parties in this nation. The cynical bastards who put this phony mailing together
probably figure that the intellectually insulting nature of this attempt to get
money might not be seen by its target audience of low I.Q., true believer Republicans.
This mailing ranks right up there with the predictable nonsense that comes from
the administration shills on the Fox News network each night.
RNC, I hope my answers help you develop a BLUEPRINT, but it seems all you're building
is an empty house of cards with no foundation. Do you guys actually BELIEVE anything?
Do you STAND for anything? Do you have any desire to help make our country a better
place, or are you just interested in pandering to the middle of the Bell Curve
so you can stay in office and get cushy salaries?
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