When the Republitards scream about how they’re against Big Government, don’t believe ’em.
They want you to believe Big Government means expensive government — programs that spend money for the benefit of the people.
Well, obviously, they’re against that. They don’t turn the other cheek, they don’t lend a helping hand, and those Cadillacs in the welfare recipients’ driveways? They want to take them back. Maybe they should be called Repo-blicans.
The hush-hush secret about Big Government — and because Government is always big, no matter what, let’s call this exactly what it is: Republican Government — is that they want Their Government to make decisions for us. Such as, deciding for us things we can and cannot be allowed to see.
Like a woman’s boob.
And it isn’t even a real woman. It’s a piece of freakin’ art. A coupla thousand years of artistic heritage . . . and Virginia’s Morals-Endowed-by-God-and-Pat-Robertson Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli, thinks our state seal is as nasty as Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction.
There is the offending tit. Right there. The one with the nipple. Right next to the big thing she’s holding that looks like a . . .
It’s a sword. Suspiciously blunt and slightly flesh-colored, yet still a sword.
That’s the goddess Victus — but you can call her Miss Jackson if you’re nasty. Here’s a news story all about this joker we elected into office. Basically, Cuccinelli ordered the seal to be revised so he could make official pins for his AG office and give them out.
Revised by covering up said tit with “armor.”
Republitards make a big deal about heritage and tradition. The first seal of Virginia was designed by George Wythe, with input from Thomas Jefferson (forgive me if my history is a little off), and reflected both our spirit of American Revolution and a belief in the Greco-Roman classics — the literature that would lead Virginia and the new nation into an age of intellectual enlightenment.
Intellectual? No wonder Cuccinelli ordered it covered up. Intellectual is the same as Democrat. Progressive.
As is being noted in articles across the Web, Cuccinelli is a joke. He deserves the ridicule he will receive — as his White House censorial predecessor, King John Ashcroft, received when he tried to cover up the classical nude statues of Justice.
As far as I’m concerned, flaunt ’em if you got ’em; bare ’em if they’re big. I vote this babe to be on our next state seal.
She can even hold my sword . . .