Saturday, March 8, 2008

The Demographics of Freedom

Dear George,

It’s time to silence all of those wailiwicking weepers on the left with their elephantine sense of entitlement to multiple rights such as freedom, civil liberties, healthcare, steady employment, benefits, a house of their own, a good education for their children, a loving spouse, safe neighborhoods, and small-town values straight out of the Hollywood of the forties and fifties.

A right is not a necessity, it is a gift granted at the pleasure of the state. So, it must be understood that if the state sees fit to grant a given right, the scope of said entitlement is limited to those individuals whose surnames end in a consonant.

However, there is one right that this demographic is entitled to without exception, and that is the right to be terrified by all those whose surnames, if even pronounceable, end in a vowel or a “z”.

That, George, is the realpolitik of today’s America.

Your admirer,
Belacqua Jones