Another post got me thinking, I was sure to put the ole tin foil cap on, what am I really. You see, before I came to the Vine, I was a Libertarian focused on my desire to have less government on the "smaller things" in life and simple enforcement of basic laws. But alas, I have seen the light. The liberals have convinced me. I am a right wing nut right down to my facist red socks. And given that my facist red socks have little pink hearts on them, I must love the rich and hate the poor.
Here are the realities I am slowly learning day by day in my struggle to accept my given "identity" by the liberals who want me to know "they won".
I wear a tin foil cap. Well, I didn't, but realized I should have been as I have been repeatedly told that I am wearing it. Upon the dramatic realization that the liberals "won" and I must wear that cap, I fashioned a lovely little piece that only Gucci could adore. Problem, it keeps falling down. As discussed on another thread, I need to purchase tin foil bobby pins.
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I am a teabagger. My involvement in TEA parties made me a teabagger by default. At first I was terribly confused as to what this was. What does a teabagger do? Fortunately my husband offered insight and says, "thanks" to all you liberal folk.
I am a right wing nut. This is a toughie as I have spend the last 4 weeks trying to locate my right wing. It's a shame I don't have a left one. But it's for the best since I couldn't locate the right one. Liberals you got me, I had to put a temporary tattoo of one on my shoulder. I guess that makes me a two right winged nut.
I am a hate monger. It took some practice but after shouting derogatory statements at a wolf spider at the tennis court, shooing away a fly, and trapping a caterpillar in a jar, it's evident my hate is of the "monger" variety. I couldn't stop hating on that caterpillar if I tried! I am totally discriminatory, that stupid spider started heading towards my car and I told it that I don't allow spiders in my car. It turned away sulking and I knew I had hated it well.
I kept a scrapbook of my Libertarian days. Boy was it great to spend time not worrying about foil hats or being a teabagger. This stuff is hard work, liberals.