“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

I Went to the Revolution But I Didn’t Know Why

Hilarious. These idiot Marxists are so revved up, they don’t even get that CBS and the rest of the “mainstream” media is their buddy, their pal, their friend, their ally.

A rather good illustration of the poetic justice of the Marxist envy and greed that drives (the semi-coherent ones, anyway) them.

You see, rank and file Marxists are always so ginned up by their hate of free people who have things they don’t, if they end up getting their way, they end up serving the pigs on George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” and get to watch Marxists have things that they as rank and file barnyard animals will never get.

In other words, people who are viciously covetous (as Marxists are) always end up shooting themselves in the foot.

The unfortunate part of the story is that they always bring down good people with them.

Bonus observation: These idiots are so clueless, many of them have gathered for a revolution, and don’t even know what their message/revolution is about. But they have a “Message Committee” that’s working on telling them why they are there.

Classic.  Classic liberal mindset.  Lemmings. Sheep. Drones.  Zombies.

 


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2 Responses to “I Went to the Revolution But I Didn’t Know Why”

  1. Just, wow!  I think we found the quintessential definition of stupid in these people.

  2. The young ones are poster kids for our government-run public school mis-education.  The older ones…  well, my grandmother used to say there’s no fool like an old fool.