But what would I do for fun?

Some lady wants me shut down and prosecuted!


I’m honored! Bring it on, screechy voice lady! In fact, though I’ve never threatened anybody, I do make fun of congressvermin as amusingly as I can within the limits of my poor talents. I volunteer myself as a test case – just please phone ahead so I can put some stuff into safe keeping before you come haul me away. Please bring cameras, and don’t shoot my dog. He promises to take congress very seriously if it has biscuits.

But I believe what she’s saying here, if she’s capable of actually meaning anything and isn’t just making noises in front of the shiny thing while wearing a hat, that she’s all in favor of such outlets as YouTube “shutting down” voices she doesn’t want anybody hearing from – and thinks those outlets should in effect be given steenking badges and set up to do it officially as an arm of the feds. Only time will tell which side of history she’s on in that regard.

In the meantime, please allow me to make fun of congress a little bit…

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7 Responses to But what would I do for fun?

  1. DaveS says:

    This makes me want to start a blog – just for the sole purpose of making fun of the useless bastards in public

  2. Mike says:

    I followed this thread on twitter. One of the twitter-heads (@EricKleefeld) made the point that Frederica Wilson was talking about what the CBP agents have been posting, not bloggers like this site. If that’s true, my question is simple… Where in the United States Constitution does it say that the first amendment applies to everyone but government employees?

  3. Judy says:

    Mike – My dad was a DOD employee and he mentioned one time that because he was a federal employee he could not say what he thought or be involved in labor disputes or any such activities. He retired in 1980. The conditions for employment probably have changed since then.

  4. Norman says:

    I have a response but it is entirely unsuitable for a family blog.

    As a substitute I’ll merely suggest “Bring it on, sweetie.”

  5. Robert says:

    So, Screechy Voice Lady thinks “make fun of” equals “intimidate and threaten”. Wow. What does she think a harsh word equals? Attempted homicide? Jeez.

    Puts me in mind of the lady congresscritter that was afraid Trump would get us into a war if (redacted) country were to nuke Boston (or someplace, I forget). Methinks the speechifiers are pandering to their constituents who are unused to critical thinking.

  6. Qjay says:

    I thought we were supposed to be a Deplorable, but this lady says we’re a Disgrace…
    I hope these people make up there minds pretty soon, I get confused which D-word insult I’m supposed to be.

  7. Kentucky says:

    Nice hat, though.

To the stake with the heretic!