Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Essence of Americanism is Individualism

Americans are a nation of individuals. The basis of our rights are granted to individuals. We (Americans) are granted a series of rights as individuals. Group rights itself is a totalitarian concept. It is apparent that a self proclaimed patriot fails to grasp that diving society into a series of classes is Marxism 101.

We do not waste time obsessing over the ethnicity of the readers of this blog. When we think of a set of a typical reader like Mr Beamish our description comes down to one word American. We comprehend that our non American readers like Jams or the Editrix come from other countries and have their own perspectives as individuals.

America is the land of choice

Paper or Plastic
Coke or Pepsi
KFC or Popeyes ( Lees Chicken is not available by me so I may be disenfranchised)

The followers of this so called self described Patriot are familiar with this concept when they decide between burning books or crosses at their web based Nuremburg style rallies.

Racial supremacy is not American, it is not Jewish or Christian, it is not Conservative. Racial supremacy is an actual mockery of those concepts.

9 comments:

Ducky's here said...

America is the land of choice

Paper or Plastic
Coke or Pepsi
KFC or Popeyes

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Exactly. And you don't even get it.

Ducky's here said...

Beak !!!!

I notice you are back sparring with Yeagley's fag hag Betty Boop again.

Come on, you have free will. You can stop any time.

beamish said...

You are disenfranchised by not having a Lee's Famous Recipe near you.

Colonel Sanders is actually burning eternally in hell for telling people he sold them fried chicken.

And if cartoons could burn in hell, Popeye would be right beside him.

FJ said...

Popeye's R-O-C-K-S!

FJ said...

...Ya gotta do it spicey with the red beans & rice

beamish said...

That is good, FJ, but Lee's Spicy Crispy recipe absolutely blows it out of the water.

beamish said...

Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken is so good that around an hour after you eat it for the first time, the realization hits you that you've never had such good chicken ever.

There is a danger, however.

Some people that experience this overwhelming feeling of chicken bliss have benn made temporarily insane by it and gone so far as going back to the KFC's and Popeye's they used to go to with a shotgun to demand their money back for all the attempts at fried chicken they were suckered into paying for.

I think I'mma gonna have to make a Lee's run soon.

FJ said...

I doubt they've got red beans and rice at Lee's... it's the perfect accompaniment... like apple pie w/the ala mode.

beamish said...

FJ,

They have cajun rice at Lee's :)

And their baked beans are spicy hot.