“THE FACTS AND THE TRUTH”
by OPOVV, ©2014
(May 6, 2014) — NOTE: Place in lifeboats and elevators.
Face it, going through the rest of your life without crossing paths with an Obot is virtually impossible, so what we have here is, basically, an OBOT SURVIVAL GUIDE. Since every situation is unique unto itself, these are not steadfast rules as much as they are merely suggestions on the best way to cope (in a possibly difficult and/or dangerous situation) when confronting an Obot is an impossibility.
As a talisman in warding off unwanted bloodsuckers, if you have a necklace with a cross, wear it. The bigger the better, I say. If you could conveniently go around with one so large as to require a dolly, go for it. I’ve seen some with lights that are battery-powered, especially handy when the nation’s power grid goes kaput.
Baseball caps with the FOX NEWS logo are desirable, as is anything to do with the TEA PARTY. Also impressive are the “DON’T TREAD ON ME” caps. Military insignias are also favored. I am personally partial to the “VIETNAM VETERAN” baseball caps which, for some reason, makes everyone a little uneasy. I love it.
We all can hum and/or whistle, so pick a tune and go for it. I don’t recommend “The Star Spangled Banner,” because that should be for certain occasions, such as the end of an argument/discussion/waste of time with an Obot. Nor “America the Beautiful.” Try any of the four songs of our military: ARMY, AIR FORCE, MARINES, and NAVY. I’d mention the Coast Guard but, face it, few people recognize that one.
A good icebreaker would be something like, “Hey, wasn’t ‘Tear down this wall!’ great or what?” “Just curious, but have you seen that movie about 9-11, ‘FITNA’?” or, “This Benghazi hearing is pretty neat, don’t you think? I hear Rep. Trey Gowdy is going to subpoena Hillary, now that I’d like to see.”
You want one that makes them boil? Then reference the Feds running away from the Bundy ranch. Don’t forget to mention stuff like “tails between their legs” and “imagine government employees being the enforcers for the Chinese so they can put up a solar farm.” Throw in Harry Reid’s son being part of the corruption and, while you’re at it, say that the election of Reid was illegal, as was Al Franken’s of Minnesota.
But I’ve saved the best for last; ace in the hole; trump card: “Hey, everyone, just to pass the time what do you say we talk about Obama’s BIRTH CERTIFICATE? And maybe all the other things that went wrong: Social Security number, Selective Service Registration and why did Obama have all those aliases, more than 22? What was the need for the identity theft? Was he laundering money into our country? What do you think? And what about these Muslims all over the place? Muslim Brotherhood in the White House, CAIR in our country, Muslims in our military. I thought we were supposed to be an ally to Israel, but how could that possibly be with Muslims in our military? Tell me that.”
And so on. You get the point. Be prepared with the facts and the truth. And before you eat, even if it’s to nibble a saltine, say, nice and loud for all to hear:
“God bless this food which now we take,
God bless this food for Jesus’ sake.
[Thanks to Sidesaddle for the idea for this editorial.]
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.