Thursday, March 06, 2008

Politics Explained With Cows?

So you have two cows, they are cute, your kids give them names: Bertha and Daisy. But all of a sudden you remember that you live in a different society then what you grew up in thanks to Universal Health Care and other plans of Democrats, like Harrison Square, that slowly eroded your rights away and now America has become a Socialist society where you are required to give away one of your cows to your neighbor.

You think to yourself, "Hey no big deal. At least I don't live in a Communist society!" That is where the government takes both cows and then provides your family with just barely enough milk. Also be thanking God you don't live under a Fascist regime, then they would take both of them and try to sell you the milk.


As you are walking Daisy over to your neighbors down the back alley way you remember the days of Corporate Greed that lead to the necessity of giving away a years worth of income for the sake of your neighbor for if Corporations were still running everything you would be having to sell one, and force the other to produce the milk of four cows, then act surprised when it drops dead.

The easiest solution to that would be of course a true capitalist society where you would sell Bertha the older heifer at the local town dinning establishment and buy Ricardo a nice young bull to keep Daisy grazing till the rooster cowled just in time for a "healthy milking" session.

But of course since Obama and Clinton got their wish your kids loose their pets because the government will tax you to the point that you must sell both Bertha and Daisy in order to pay the taxes to support a man in a foreign country who has only one cow which was a gift from your government. What a Democracy, gotta love it!

Aren't you glad we live in a Bureaucracy where the government takes them both, shoots one, milks the other, pays you for the milk, and then pours the milk down a drain? For by decreasing the supply you increase the demand and therefore the price goes up. That is market economics 101!

Sources: Wesley In Austin and F6 ~ Fun Fag FAQs From Father Fozy

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