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Finding little to be aroused about over the uninspiring Tweedledum/Tweedledee candidacies put forth by either party during this election year?



Girls, our civic duty is clear...



Time to do the right thing, and do for America what Sam Nickle did for Russia...



... the Rosario Dawson way:



What will you do when she comes for you?

4 comments:

  1. As an American I proudly submit my patriotic genitals to her patriotic grasp.

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  2. Ahh, "Actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea" ("an act does not make a person guilty unless [their] mind is also guilty"), and all that sort of thing, sir, as the eminently respected and erudite Sir Edward Coke did put it.

    Though I cannot say I knew him well.

    Let's just say that the gentleman's call to the bar, was of a different nature than mine, entirely.

    The gentleman did take very little interest in the theatrical performances or other pieces of high culture at the Inns, preferring to spend his time at the law courts in Westminster Hall, listening to the Serjeants argue.

    A sad thing that, if you ask me, sir.

    The gentleman was noted as deriving great enjoyment from the law, and working hard at it, but enjoying little else.

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  3. That's all well and good SB but I'd still rather have my naughty bits fondled by a hot patriotic chick.

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  4. Bravely and soundly spoken, sir.

    The patriotic fervor of the citizen's privates is all to his honor.

    "A good constitution is the greatest blessing which a society can enjoy." So said James Wilson, in his oration at Philadelphia on July 4, 1788.

    In the matters which most immediately affect private life, power should remain in the hands of the citizens.

    "For the accomplishment of this great purpose, the exertions of no one citizen are unimportant. Let no one, therefore harbour, for a moment, the mean idea, that he is and can be of no value to his country: let the contrary manly impression animate his soul.""

    Wilson's argument is quite as sound now as it was two centuries ago.

    The Constitution has functioned well, most of the time, because conscientious men and women have given it flesh.

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