Hey, Liberals, I Had an Epiphany!

Hi, liberals! How are you today? Super! Thanks for asking!!

Anyway, I had an epiphany[1] today. (No, that is not a gourmet cupcake.) I know you leftists—particularly you radical progressive sorts—just hate you some inalienable rights as enshrined in the Bill of Rights. I mean, a bunch of stupid old white came up with this wacky notion your individual rights are God-given and endowed by your Creator. Right? And the problem is these stupid old white men didn’t include rights that guaranteed you a new apartment, electric car, new flatscreen, latest X-Box, iPhones & iPads, and the like. Right, liberals? What a bunch of bastages! Right?

Well, here’s my epiphany: If you don’t believe in God-given inalienable rights, then attempt to take those rights away from others who are guaranteed those rights. Who knows, you might even get religious then! Stranger things have happened, Skippy!

That’s my epiphany for today! Wishing you a super day, liberals. And thanks for stopping by. That’s super!

1. A sudden realization about the nature or meaning of something.

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