Sunday, August 23, 2015

What looks like Stupid On An Ordinary Day in #SweetHomeAlabama

EYE am sure no one is surprised Donald Trump bought his Reality TV Show, I mean, Presidential campaign to the Reddest of the Red, Republican, Confederate, Slave States, or, that it was held in a football stadium, or that  Senator Jefferson Beauregard Sessions was the ringmaster, I mean, organizer. After all this is The Heart of Dixie where football is King, and education not so much. It's also the home of what liberal, not to be confused with Fox News, commentators call the most brutal immigration act in history.  It's also the home of Congressman Mo "anything short of shooting them" Brooks (R. CD5). 
Ironic, Donald Trump held a rally Friday night in the belly of American racism, yet fortuitous. Alabama, one of the multi-state wombs the Southern Strategy gestated for several decades after the passage of 1960s federal civil rights legislation. Nevertheless, peremptorily Trump follows another ambitious liberal who flipped to champion the racist dogma in pursuit of elected office, the late Governor George Wallace (R) – ALA.
After Friday Night Lights Alabama Trump Style there is no doubt the white, male dominated media is enabling Trump, and his supporters are....downright nasty for lack of a better word.  EYE prefer to call them  Alabama's Bad Tooth Syndrome .
We often have a bad tooth that hurts. Sometimes it hurts bad, and sometimes it hurts really bad. We never know when or how much or how long it will hurt. We refuse to have it removed for fear of the intense pain. Therefore, we allow the pain to come and go for years, worsening over time. If we have the bad tooth removed, we will experience intense pain at the dentist, but the pain will be over in a day or two and our mouth will not only be pain free but healthy for years to come. Most people will suffer bad pain a hundred times over rather than suffer intense pain once. That’s the bad tooth syndrome.
Alabama has the bad tooth syndrome really bad.
Ya Think?
Attention media: 20,000 people turning out in Alabama to cheer a racist is not news ~Andy Borowitz


~Chip :) said...

I wonder if any of them was paid to attend?

Redeye said...

Well he must not have paid enough.:)