Wednesday, November 8, 2006

The Right was Right about the Left.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006
06:19 PM

The Right was Right about the Left.: "Xeni Jardin:
BoingBoing reader Tom Polley and friends (David DeBenedetto, Jeff Bayson, Richard Taylor and Matt Unger) created a 25-point manifesto for the new Democratic Congress -- and, maybe, the Senate -- which shows many of the right's assumption's about the left to be true. Brace yourselves for change, America:

# Comatose people to be ground up and fed to poor

# Quarterly mandatory abortion lottery

# Jane Fonda to be appointed Secretary of Appeasement

# Outlaw all firearms: previous owners assigned to anger management therapy

# Ban Christmas: replace with Celebrate our Monkey Ancestors Day

Link. And, '# Abandon spell-check,' evidently, as the site is funny but loaded with typos. :-)

They're not kidding about the gun stuff, either. As a law-abiding, safety-respecting, soy-cappucino-drinking handgun owner, I wonder what (historically anti-gun) Pelosi's leadership might mean on Second Amendment issues. More restrictions for citizens who obey gun laws, and more bans? Gun laws don't stop law-ignoring criminals from arming themselves. (Thanks, Sean)

Speaking of firearms, look! Flavored shotgun shells! Link. Shoot 'Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Garlic, Teriyaki, or Honey Mustard' ammo into that tofurkey's ass. 'Watch as your bird is seasoned on impact!' (via jwalk, thanks Rocky Mullin)


(Via Boing Boing.)

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