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(Esquire)   "Wake up America" - George Carlin   (esquire.com) divider line
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657 clicks; posted to Discussion » on 27 Jul 2020 at 8:50 AM (26 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-07-27 7:00:56 AM  
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The only issue I have is the film doesn't emphasize the actual lack of choice. You don't think the Powers That Be don't own the Democrats lock, stock, and barrel? It's all Kabuki.
 
2020-07-27 9:58:38 AM  
1 vote:
The Dems will never figure this out, SMH.
 
2020-07-27 9:21:13 AM  
1 vote:

kdawg7736: I miss George Carlin.


A shame he died a bitter miserable old bastard. His stuff from the 70's was night and day compared to his final few rant filled performances.
 
2020-07-27 8:46:30 AM  
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Another Government Employee: The only issue I have is the film doesn't emphasize the actual lack of choice. You don't think the Powers That Be don't own the Democrats lock, stock, and barrel? It's all Kabuki.


...which was the point of Carlin's rant...of course, it could be commandeered by Republicans to show that he agrees with them as well. A few spooky pictures of Gates, Soros, terrorists, protesters, AOC, and Nancy Pelosi should do the trick.

That's the trouble with using Carlin's schtick to help your cause: Carlin didn't give a fark about anybody.

/Also, he said the n-word wasn't offensive in and of itself.
 
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