It grieves and saddens me no end that the fate of our country, as well as that of all of the so-called “free world” (that’s funny), lies in the hands of some people who have been called the “undecideds.” It seems to me that these “undecideds” are people who profess that they just can’t decide whether to vote for a complete incompetent who, as it happens, is white – or a thoughtful, intelligent, proven, calm person, who, to their chagrin, is “a black.”
It also seems to me that these “undecideds” are people who, if you hit them over the head with a heavy mallet, couldn’t decide whether you hit them over the head with a heavy mallet or not – unless you were “a black.”
Barking in the Dark has uncovered a sample multiple choice questionnaire sent by the Republican Party to these “undecideds.”
Q. Would you rather be hit over the head with a heavy mallet by a vague white man, or a smart black?
a. It doesn’t matter.
b. I’m thinking it over.
c. What does vague mean?
d. The white man.
Q. Who, in your opinion, would be more likely to score a direct hit onto your skull with a heavy mallet – a rich out-of touch white man, or a smart black?
a. This is an interesting question – I’ll have to give it some thought also.
b. Can I choose the heavy mallet?
c. Can I wear my trucker cap?
d. The white man.
Q. Would you consider being hit over the head with a heavy mallet more than one time?
a. If it didn’t hurt – I would.
b. How many times more?
c. What does consider mean?
d. If I was being hit over the head by a white man – why not?
Thank you for your participation in this exercise. People such as you are invaluable assets to The Republican Party.
So…there you have it friends. We can all rest comfortably in our beds at night secure in the knowledge that these “undecideds” will make the right choice in the voting booth this November. After all, when we see panels of these “undecideds” on our TV sets we can clearly see the huge effort they are putting in to make this very tough choice. Their deeply furrowed brows crown the puzzled looks on their faces. Faces that reveal the strain they are experiencing in deciphering this unfathomable enigma. If only there were some clear–cut differences between the two candidates why, then of course they could make this difficult choice…but, alas – there aren’t any.
Well – there is this one big difference.
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