Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The newest Polish Jokes!

How many Americans does it take to change a light bulb?
Three: one to do it, one to secretly record him doing it, and one to assimilate the data.

How many Americans does it take to run a country?
One. As long as he has a phone and a pen.

Okay, I just made those up. But it seems that even some high level Poles are waking up to the ridiculously inept and confused government running this once great country.

Here's an excerpt from RedState between Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski and former finance minister Jacek Rostowski, concerning relations between our countries:

“It is downright harmful, because it creates a false sense of security … Complete bullshit. We’ll get in conflict with the Germans, Russians and we’ll think that everything is super, because we gave the Americans a blow job. Losers. Complete losers.”

Remember when it used to be the Poles who were the brunt of all the (entirely unwarranted, and unfair to them) stupid jokes? Well its now our turn. And why? Because of the (entirely warranted, and fair) world view of our current regime!

Until America once more regains her moral and constitutional compass, we are the laughingstock of the rest of the world. And will remain so.
We are seen, thanks to our government, as the spoiled three year old, whose parents have granted every least whim, suddenly being told "no". Our own president acting like a spoiled child as he shuts down public monuments that cost the government nothing to operate, in order to 'teach us a lesson'.
Our government is not elected to teach us anything. It is elected to do as we say. And it is falling far short of that mark, while extending its illegal reach beyond every boundary granted by The Constitution or the natural code of honor.

Aren't you getting just a little tired of working your ass off, on the job, at home; and barely making the bills month to month. Wouldn't it be nice if you could use your talents to actually better your life rather than stay just above poverty (if that) in order to pay some illegal alien's welfare check?

We as a country were feared, respected, loved, or hated. Every country in the world had an opinion of us that was, for good or bad, at a high enough level to ensure the closest thing to world peace as this unlikely globe is ever going to see. We were the contender. Now? There's only pity, loathing, and laughing. And of course, hatred.

They say that the higher you get, the further you have to fall. We used to be on a pretty high rung on the ladder. I wonder what our country is going to be like when we hit the bottom. It can be much worse than this. And this sucks already.

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