[Mb-civic] Eat The Right Wing

Cheeseburger maxfury at granderiver.net
Wed Sep 1 12:57:05 PDT 2004

Eat The Right Wing

I was walking down the street the other day in a city and someone came up 
to me and shoved a pamphlet in my hand and walked away.

It was entitled "Eat The Right Wing".

Curious, I opened it up, thinking it was a political statement, but to my 
surprise found it to be an ordinary cook book.

It had complete recipes for sauteeing not only W., but the entire Bush family.

Rumsfeld a la mode ice cream.

Condoleeza cornbread.

Cheney enchiladas.

And the list went on and on and on...

Powell stew.pickled pigs feet.

Wolfowitz pickled pigs feet.

Scalia peking duck.

And on and on and on...

It showed which parts to use and which parts not to use, such as throwing 
away W's ears as they had so much wax in them that not even boiling them 
could remove it all.

Its basic conclusion was that since "The Right Wing" had contributed so 
heavily to the devastation of the economy, social programs, quality of 
life, etc etc etc, that "The Poor" who had been so directly affected by 
their actions had no choice in the upcoming Future to sustain the correct 
amount of nutrients but to eat those who had literally prevented them from 
putting food on their tables and who had squandered the future of their 
children by enslaving them indefinitely with such insurmountable future debt.

It was kind of tragic in a funny sort of way that someone would have gone 
to all the trouble to write out actual recipes for preparing, cooking, and 
serving "The Right Wing" in a little computer printed pamphlet.

I guess that they figured since they couldn't outvote the people who have 
managed to fix American elections themselves, that this was the best 

As hungry as I might ever get, though, I just can't imagine eating their 
recipe for "Republican Penis Soup".

"The balls are huge, but the penises are so small that they wouldn't even 
make a mouthful."


Oh well, it was fun, though, for a while, heh, getting a little pamphlet 
shoved in your hand, then finding out it is a cook book instead of a 
political treatise.

The guy disappeared around the corner, and I quickly followed him to ask 
some questions, but he vanished in a crowd.  The only thing I caught sight 
of before he blended back into America was the back of his jacket which 
read "Rove in 2008".

I'll have to admit, although there aren't many, Karl does come up with some 
interesting thoughts now and then....


- Where has the sparrow gone now that I need its song.

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