Monday, December 12, 2005

Brainwash them early

Forget the Nanny-state, here comes the Mommy-state.

Sometimes, a political entity shows its A55 without knowing it - and in the process brings their viability into question. Via
Ace, the following is from a no kidding website "littledemocrats."

It is very illustrative of what the Left thinks of you, them, and "others."

The whole site is a treasure, but I want to focus on their cartoon booklet for children that explains why they are, well, let's review some sample pages.

Looks fairly tame, but the Lefty is in the details.
- We will make you good. "Democrats make.." like the verb. Make. Methinks they mean 6.b=To compel.
- Genderbender. The female wee-one (I presume due to the bows) is wearing her Dexy's Midnight Runners tribute coveralls. The boy (I assume) is pantless. I guess that is for the NAMBLA folks.
- Homelessness is everywhere. This is like "Where's Waldo." Bill the Bum is in every picture. Funny though, Ms. Dem never seems to notice or do anything about it. Just wants you to feel guilty.....
- Rich, married white people are bad. Yep, they are like Bill the Bum ... they are returning characters. At least they look at Bill the Bum.
- Paternalistic Racism. Notice that Bill the Bum has a high melanin content. The soft bigotry of low expectations strikes again.
- Men not needed. Where is Dad?

- Republicans are not bad, they are evil. The not-so-subtle with the GOP mascot.
- Paternalistic Racism. There is Bill the Bum again. Scared of the elephant as well, but once again, Ms. Dem doesn't do anything.
- Men not needed. Where is Dad?

- More money for my tenure. We spend in the top 5 on education. I guess that isn't enough.
- Paternalistic Racism. There is Bill the Bum again. Looking at them bad white folks, but once again, Ms. Dem doesn't do anything.
- Men not needed. Where is Dad?

Here is a question. Where is the TSA? I don't know what is going in that backpack - but I don't like the look on here face.

I thought this was a parody site, but it is ligit. Go figure.
Why Mommy is a Democrat brings to life the core values of the Democratic party in ways that young children will easily understand and thoroughly enjoy. Using plain and non-judgmental language, along with warm and whimsical illustrations, this colorful 28-page paperback depicts the Democratic principles of fairness, tolerance, peace, and concern for the well-being of others. It's a great way for parents to gently communicate their commitment to these principles and explain their support for the party.
Oh, anyone from Ohio here?
"Why Mommy is a Democrat is a warm and wonderful story of commitment to family and community. You'll want to share this book with your children for the same reason you're a Democrat -- because you care."
-Michael B. Coleman,
Mayor, Columbus, OH
More Lieberman less moonbat, please.

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