Sunday, August 12, 2012

Chattering Teeth Talking Points Memo:

Today's topic: Is it just me, or is it getting tougher to make fun of the Democrats?

I'm just some guy who occasionally "gets his blog on" to entertain and amuse himself (and a handful of other folks - most of whom stumbled here after google-searching the query, "why does my pet's teeth chatter?"). I am a Christian and a conservative who likes to use satire to make a point, so obviously my favorite targets are liberals and democrats in general, and Obama specifically. To that end, this administration continues to be a target-rich environment. So what's up with today's posit? 

To answer that, let's review the definition of "satire" for the benefit of first-time democrat visitors who were publically "educable".


The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of... A play, novel, film, or other work that uses satire.

lampoon - squib

The problem with trying to use satire with this current bunch of dimwitted democrats and their occupy walking dead followers, is that they are now literally caricatures of their former selves. Again, for the benefit of the velcro shoelaces...

1. A representation, especially pictorial or literary, in which the subject's distinctive features or peculiarities are deliberately exaggerated to produce a comic or grotesque effect.

2. A grotesque imitation or misrepresentation

It used to be easy to satirize a liberal. All you had to do was to take their stated position (political or moral) and extrapolate over time (using actual examples and data) the insane and devastating results of their twisted anti-American and anti-God beliefs. We used to warn about not giving these folks the reigns of power for too long or we could end up like (fill in the blank with your most horrific example your imagination can muster)

Well, as Carol Ann would say... "They're heeeeere!"

I hadn't thought about this in these terms until this past week, after having watched comedian Dennis Miller on the O'Reilly Factor. The Miller Time segment always cracks me up, but this time he said something very profound. Here it is...

MILLER: Well, you know what, Billy? Here's what I'd do if I was doing the convention. I would appoint the speakers of the GOP... I'd pick Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Joe Biden. I'd let them have all the time.

And then, at the end if I was Romney, I'd just come out, point and go, "Really?... Really?"

I think I'd let any of those, if you're talking lineup, any of those three would be my D.H., my designated half-wit. I would just let them speak and then say, "You don't want any more of this."

...Then I would have Chris Christie come out and slap around a photog, and I'd move on.

It might make the GOP convention amusing to watch Dirty Harry Reid and his imaginary friends spew hateful propaganda. Or watching Pelosi and her botox-enhanced painted-on smile (eerily similiar to The Joker's grimace) talking to her ghost friends. Or how about the keynote speaker, Joe Biden, waving his arms and screaming, "YOU DON'T GET US!!!"

These people and this party have no shame. Obama and his posse have shown they will stop at nothing to keep power. They lie, divide, distract, distort... did I say lie already? They lie.

But we can see this crap anywhere and everywhere from the obama-enabling mainstream media. What we want to see is exactly what we saw yesterday. Namely, raw excitement from our side generated by the announcement of Paul Ryan as VP. We now have clearly defined and delineated choices this fall.

So in conclusion:
1) Today's democrats are who we warned you about yesterday.
2) Clearly, this makes satire all the more difficult
3) I am a professional and will not let this stop me

and finally... I have no idea why the parakeet's little beak is chattering ma'am. Try knitting a little sweater for it or something.

And that's the MEMO


  1. Thank you sir! All we can do is point out their silliness, right? 4 more years of this might just finish me off though which makes staying positive and humorous a challenge.