This Is What a Liberal Utopia Looks Like (The Fantasy, Not the Reality)

Posted on January 14, 2013 8:00 pm

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7 Responses to “This Is What a Liberal Utopia Looks Like (The Fantasy, Not the Reality)”

  1. seanmahair says:

    As opposed to what it looks like now? Would one of you computer geni tell me how this “ was faked. I’m sure it could have been but I just don’t know how. Of course if push comes to shove “It’s all George Bush’s fault.

  2. FredKey says:

    I like the train’s trajectory into the river. But this is not a liberal endgame. Average folks are still are living in those inefficient what-do-ya-call-em…houses? Got to be stacked up like cordwood in apartments. We can have the whole country fit in a space the size of Connecticut, leaving the rest of the nation for, well, the overclass. Politicians. Their corporate friends. Entertainers. Lobbyists. The ones who count.

  3. Harvey says:

    @1 – Either United Way was part of a secret cabal behind the Sandy Hook shooting, or something in either Google’s software or the United Way website caused the wrong date to be displayed in the Google search snippet.

    Occam’s razor suggests the latter.

    As does this Daily Caller article:

  4. Jay says:

    Nonsense! That can’t be the liberal utopia. There are cars and single family homes. Everyone knows that it’s immoral to own a personal conveyance (other than bicycle) or to reside in anything less “dense” than a duplex. Where are the protests? Where are the buses? Where are the naked people smoking pot while “teaching” elementary school? This is no liberal utopia.

  5. Carpenter says:

    actually a Liberal Utopia will work to the benefit of all
    just as long as they don’t run out of other other peoples money to spend. I suggest we TAX the hell out of the Canadians and when we can’t squeeze another drop from the frozen north lets TAX the Japanese. They still owe us for that Pearl Harbor thing.

  6. HokieGomer says:

    OK, what’s with the skull and crossbones imagery in the trees and on the food plot? No explanation necessary for the baby killing place.

  7. HokieGomer says:

    Also, do you expect ANYTHING gubment to be open on the weekends. in particular the IRS?

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