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LWW
09-28-2010, 05:58 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><span style='font-size: 20pt'><u>Red Commissar Tells Congress:
'Shoveling Good for Americans'</u></span>

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WASHINGTON -- Comrade Red Square made a highly bizarre - and occasionally lucid -appearance before a congressional committee on Friday to testify about the benefits of migrant labor force to one-party rule. Staying in character as People's Director of Unanimity and Redistribution of Speech, Red Square also shared his 'vast' experience in the proper conduct of party purges, as well as demonizing and crushing the opposition. Red Square told lawmakers that a day shoveling beets alongside migrant masses convinced him that the peasant class is a "great, great alternative to the unreliable American voters."

"Shoveling permafrost in the tundra has been proven to prevent criminal thought and strengthen compliance."

"Migrants are the missing ingredient in our formula of a harmonious society: happy peasants ruled by benevolent overlords."


"If you can put a man on the moon, why can't you make enough shovels for everybody?"

"I don't want a vote cast by a U.S. citizen. I want it to be cast by a radicalized migrant, registered by an Acorn activist, counted by a socialist, and reported by a communist to the White House, where a Marxist president is giving me an Alinsky."

"America's political system is presently far too dependent on citizens' vote to pick their leaders," he testified at the packed hearing. "The ruling elites are all fired up and prepared to rule, but the American electorate continues to disobey. The obvious answer is to replace Americans with more obedient voters from another country."

"It turns out, most migrant workers don't speak English and never heard of the Constitution,"[/b ]Square testified. [b]"I'm glad United Farm Workers gave me an interpreter. These people believed everything I told them. Now they know that the Constitution entitles them to pensions and free government healthcare."

"Migrant labor is the missing ingredient in our formula of a harmonious society: happy peasants ruled by benevolent overlords. We already have the overlords," Square made a wide sweeping gesture, pointing at the gathered politicians, "but until now America badly lacked peasants. Thanks to the outstanding efforts of politicians like Rep. Zoe Lofgren who invited me here, peasants are now crossing the border in sufficient numbers."

"If Cloward and Piven strategy means anything, the capitalist system will collapse within minutes of providing tens of millions of seasonal workers with mandatory healthcare, pensions, disability, public education, and other equally distributed benefits," Red Square continued. "We are one legislation away from making America look just like Europe circa 5th century AD."

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According to Red Square, importing the entire peasant class wouldn't be necessary if U.S. citizens behaved correctly and voted for those who promise them more entitlements. Instead, "Americans are casting their votes all over the place, leaving the job of correct voting to illegals. So Americans have only themselves to blame. Illegal immigrants are simply doing the job U.S. citizens won't do."

Red Square expressed befuddlement that more Americans aren't trying to make their country more like Mexico. "Progress means the undoing of everything that happened in this country since 1776. We must all go back to how people had lived for thousands of years, and how many still continue to live in all the equal cultures around the world. That would be very progressive," he concluded to standing ovation.

Comparing politics to the game of poker, Red Square said that if the electorate doesn't fit a winning hand, it must be discarded. "Your constituents have been foolishly clinging to old-fashioned values and the outmoded Constitution, and it's time to replace them. They can still be saved if they stop making electoral choices based on research and independent analysis, and just vote the way we tell them to. And if you look at the current occupants in Congress and in the White House, you'll see that many Americans are already doing that."

Several subcommittee Democrats smiled, but most of the Republicans sat stone-faced. Concerned that these methods could be outed prematurely, the chairman of the larger Judiciary Committee Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) asked Red Square to leave the room. "You run your subversive website, we run the committee," Conyers said.

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees and Border Security, had invited Red Square because he had spent a lifetime developing methods of destroying successful capitalist societies and replacing them with what he likes to call The Progressive World of Next Tuesday.

Lofgren implored that Red Square be allowed to stay, and so he did, relating that hard labor is "good for the collective morale," and that shoveling permafrost in the tundra has been proven to prevent criminal thought and strengthen compliance. "If you can put a man on the moon, why can't you make enough shovels for everybody?" he quipped.

At the close of the hearing, Red Square admitted that he cared about migrant labor because "the rest of Americans are the least of my worries. Right now, migrant workers suffer and have no rights. I want the rest of the country to be like that."

There was some grumbling from lawmakers about Red Square testifying in his Red Army hat - an unusual approach although not unprecedented. After all, lawmakers recently heard testimony from the "Comedy Central" puppet Colbert.

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"Shoveling permafrost in the tundra has been proven to prevent criminal thought and strengthen
compliance."

"Migrants are the missing ingredient in our formula of a harmonious society: happy peasants ruled
by benevolent overlords."

"If you can put a man on the moon, why can't you make enough shovels for everybody?"

"I don't want a vote cast by a U.S. citizen. I want it to be cast by a radicalized migrant, registered
by an Acorn activist, counted by a socialist, and reported by a communist to the White House,
where a Marxist president is giving me an Alinsky." </div></div>

LWW &lt;---Loves the Cube. (http://www.thepeoplescube.com/current-truth/red-square-s-answer-to-colbert-s-testimony-in-congress-t6144.html)

Qtec
09-28-2010, 08:17 AM
Im not going to read all that crap. In one sentence, what is your point
Q

pooltchr
09-28-2010, 10:01 AM
Larry,
Obviously, anything more than one sentence is too much for Q to comprehend.
How about dumbing it down for him?
Maybe we should get Elmo to explain it to him!

Steve

LWW
09-28-2010, 11:04 AM
Next time you go to the market, pick up a sense of humor.

LWW