Wednesday, December 21, 2005

The Most Depressing Time of the Year - For Libs

I'd hate to be a liberal democrat this time of the year. Actually, I'd hate to be a liberal democrat ever.

The Christmas season is in full swing. Despite the liberals' efforts to squash Christmas, the public love to embrace this holiday. No matter how much libs hate to admit it, the holiday is truly a Holy Day as we recognize and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ (hence, Christ-mas). Our nation was founded by people with strong Christian beliefs. Those beliefs permeate our society - and the libs are tormented by it.

People are generally happier. People are giving and receiving presents. People are generally more patient. Liberals always wake up angry, waiting to be offended yet another day. They look for reasons to hate life - especially American life. They search for injustice, and if they can't find any, they make it up.

The economy is roaring. The Fed has been slowly raising rates to keep inflation in check. The economy is hot. Jobs are being created, people are buying and selling, and Federal taxation is lower. There is no sign of the economy slowing down. Liberals hate capitalism, and like it or not, the Christmas season is chock full of capitalism. They have to endure happy people buying carloads of gifts. And worse - they have to witness joyful people cheerfully giving to that ostracized Christian group, the Salvation Army.


One of my favorite bumper stickers of all time said, "Annoy a liberal: work hard and be happy". That pretty much sums up their mindset, and it is only amplified this time of year.

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