Teaching Children To Be Irresponsible Useful Idiots For The Regime

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48 Responses to Teaching Children To Be Irresponsible Useful Idiots For The Regime

  1. gator69 says:

    Speaking of irony…

    Stickers that have appeared on at least six East Austin businesses declaring that they are “exclusively for white people” have now drawn the attention of the NAACP….


  2. Gail Combs says:

    Time to turn off the power and water to the building.

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      Gail, no need to be so drastic; look at the picture.
      The moment these children can’t post on Facebook, they’ll run for the nearest Starbucks.
      Just turn off the nearby wireless routers and cell phone towers.

  3. MrX says:

    Many parts of their computers are made from oil products too.

  4. Bob Greene says:

    If they are 18 or older, they are adults

  5. chick20112011 says:

    I asked a relative that is an Obamabot, just how the electric cars like the Prius, and how all the rechargable-battery electric powered doodads get the power?
    A. From the outlet.
    Q. From: gas powered plants, coal-fired plants, geothermal plants, hydro-electric plants…?
    A. I don’t know about that. There are two sides.
    Q. Who do you think will be able to afford to charge their electronics, heat their house, cool their house when Barack puts into place with his pen and his policies, increases in power costs?
    A. The Government will pay for it.
    Q. How does the Govt. get money?
    A. They print it. Printing money is good. They should print more and it’s the Republicans fault.
    They haven’t printed enough. The economy be would even better if they’d print more.
    Q. Why don’t you pay more taxes on your own and send in more money to the IRS.
    A. Because it’s mine. They can take it “from rich Republicans”.

    The Truth, stats don’t matter to the Obamabot. They are beyond hope. “Obama is the smartest man ever to be President”.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hand your Obamabot this story:
      Wheelbarrows of Money

      • chick20112011 says:

        Thank you for the link. I had asked her about “Zimbabwe bucks”. This person is a lifelong Kennedy-loving, MSNBC watching Democrat. A Seasoned citizen who does not care that the children/grandchildren are getting screwed.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey chick20112011!
      Ouch! Yeah, I confess, I have some Progressive relatives as well, and it does indeed boggle the mind. Some of them are very bright — but only in a conventional sense. They are successful in life, etc., but they do not seem to have any depth in what they think. They are like the people in the Broken Window Paradox https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parable_of_the_broken_window who see some minor benefit but never look even a little farther to see that the minor benefit comes with a major not-so-obvious cost. In many ways they are like very young children, but children playing with fire and gasoline. They never understand how they got burned, and so they automatically blame YOU.

    • NancyG says:

      I want to know something…if everyone had an electric using car in the US, and we relied on solar and wind to generate electricity, how many people would be able to charge their cars?

      • chick20112011 says:

        Great question!

      • kamas716 says:

        In reality, next to none. Electric rates with only wind and solar generated power would push the cost up so much that only the very wealthy could afford to pay for it. There is no way someone in the middle class would be able to afford home electricity because all of their income would be going to pay for food, the cost of which would also rise because it could only be transported on electric vehicles (of which only large multinational companies would likely be able to afford), and the coolers needed to keep the food from spoiling are going to take a large amount of the available electricity.

        • Jason Calley says:

          At a guess, the US would probably be able to sustain about the same level of electrification that we had in the 1920s. Maybe less.

          The most important (and missing) bit of alternate energy schemes is still the lack of affordable, large scale,electrical storage.

      • Dave G says:

        they would be cold & hungry

  6. Tom says:

    These are some hard core radicals that put the 60’s crew to shame. Nothing like hours in front of face-book to shake the halls of power. Hey you men, do these dolts look like your sons?

  7. Tom says:

    Can these young men and women be anymore soft and pacified? Pasty, no muscle tone, lethargic and worthless. Send them some Pell grants and a bus ticket to their parent’s basement.

  8. John B., M.D. says:

    Simple solution – shut off the electricity at closing time.

  9. Jimmy Haigh says:

    They make me vomit. They’re living in their own virtual reality.

  10. Don says:

    Stupid quakers……and I am a Quaker.

  11. The guy in the dark shirt in the middle looks puzzled. He seems to have a thought of some kind.

  12. Disillusioned says:

    Ignorant, empty, soul-less stooges.

  13. Realist says:

    This reminds me of the OWS protestors. They bashed corporations and capitalism while they blogged on their macbooks, and lived streamed using Cisco equipment.

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