The Rev. Sir Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, D.F.A. will be holding a March to Keep Fear Alive on October 30, 2010. On his website for this event he gives the following reason:
America, the Greatest Country God ever gave Man, was built on three bedrock principles: Freedom. Liberty. And Fear -- that someone might take our Freedom and Liberty. But now, there are dark, optimistic forces trying to take away our Fear
And don’t forget Reason is just one letter away from Treason.
Is this march for you? Take this quiz to find out:
Are you afraid of Muslims, Gays, Atheists, and anyone else that is not just like you?
Do you believe Communism, Fascism, and Socialism are all the same thing?
Would you give up your basic freedoms to keep the boogeyman from selling yellow cake uranium to unwed teenage mothers?
Does the first person to draw a Hitler mustache on a poster of their opponent win the argument?
If you answered yes to these questions then this rally is for you.
Just so you don’t feel left out I’ve created a motivational poster to counter the motivational poster for sane people that I made in my Restoring Sanity post.
Here is the rebuttal to that piece about roads:
Rand Paul is running for Senate in order to abolish the Department of Transportation, he is a true patriot who will stand up against this Nazi organization.
The first world leader to establish a national highway system was Adolph Hitler. The US Highway System was set up by a President who spent several years in Europe while Hitler was in power, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Therefore the Department of Transportation is an organization to turn the US into a Nazi nation.
President Obama says he was born in 1961, this is conveniently the same year Eisenhower was President. Obama wants to repair and expand the US Highway System.
It is clear to anyone who goes out of their way to find things to be frightened of that idea of a US Highway System is a Nazi program, started by Hitler passed to Eisenhower and now commanded by Obama.
Luckily we have Rand Paul speaking out against this Nazi program designed to take away our freedoms by giving us a safe and convenient way to travel from one city to another.
I am slowly combining my two personalities Project Savior, known on the internet for writing comments and posts and Darrell B. Nelson the semi-professional author who has had his work published in Ray Gun Revival, Distant Worlds, AlienSkin Magazine, Bewildering Stories, Cynic Magazine and the author of the collection of short stories “I Killed the Man That Wasn't There”.
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