Please Hold the Mayo
|Emma X |
There are no bread crumbs
in my ears, brother.
Well, let's consider the species. We're talking about natural predators who stalk their prey with relish, then brutally rip it apart, but only after toying with it to enjoy a profound endorphin release caused by the terror of the poor creature facing its doom. A species that conquers for sport to claim 'alpha' status. I'm not talking about felines. I'm talking about humans.
|Dude, you can't even reach|
the lever in the voting booth.
Republicans are trying hard
to prevent black cats from
voting in swing states. Un-
less you have something
tangible to bring to the power
war, expect to be dis-
|Political Parties have goon squads,|
just like hockey teams. Harry Reid's time
in the penalty box for saying that Mitt Romney
doesn't pay taxes is worth the tarnish to
his own personal reputation if it dispels
Romney's 'man of the people' image.
Yes, we cats also kill to eat, and we kill for sport, but we also know when to stop. We don't try to corner the rodent supply or create a futures market to edge out the little guy. Power is an aphrodisiac for human alpha males, and they pursue it with war-like purpose. Political wars require power and influence, and a whole lot of money. I cannot think of a single circumstance where something as powerless or innocuous as a furry house pet has had anything to contribute to that effort. So if you think there is a party or candidate, human or quadrupedal, who will actually carry the Feline Rights banner for you, you are sadly mistaken.
Joe Biden's gaffs are not
gaffs if the message gets
|A Swiftboat displaces a lot of water.|
Here is an image all felines can relate to.
Whether or not Mitt Romney paid taxes, the
perception of him cornered by his attackers
may castrate him politically.
|The bottom line.|
My suggestions is to get
your bread out of your ass
and join The Revolution.
Humans will continue to
treat you like a dog with or
without your vote.
The American experience is a noble experiment. No one knows how it will actually work out. Until now the whole of human history has been a blood-drenched power grab that has always resulted in the need for starving peasants to storm the castle with pitchforks. That is why politicians tax pitchfork sales, and why a few of them will eventually own them all. I say felines should return to nature, and leave humans to manage their own destiny. If things go the way they always have, we will be far better off.
|The Ritual Dance.|
We've all seen it before, and we know the script. The
only difference in 2012 is that the presidential election
is estimated to cost a record $6 billion. That could
feed a lot of kittens.