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How to Deal With Evil Republicans This Thanksgiving.

Mmm.  Relish that vegan side dish you bring to the table this year and remember that you don't have to listen to these people.  Remember that our side won and not only that?  Your oldster Republican Grandma won't be around to cast her vote for much longer, baybee.

"If you’re unable to respect Grandma’s Birther views, instead respect the human lifespan. Breathe easily in the knowledge that you’ll have many more ballots to cast than Grandma and that the tides are changing in this country." Article.

I'm surprised the author celebrates Thanksgiving at all, and doesn't have some "Day of Mourning" or somesuch silliness.  Whateverr.


  1. That's harsh, but I do understand and feel the anxiety that celebrating Thanks giving with close-minded relatives can cause. There are "crazies" in both parties.

    1. This is kinda beyond crazy... waiting for Grandma to die? Like she has nothing else to contribute but her vote in this life... arg.

  2. Sort of makes you realize how short sighted some people's view on being thankful really is.

    1. But how can you be thankful if Grandma's political opinions are just WRONG? ba ha ha!

  3. "How to deal with evil republicans this Thanksgiving".
    Don't invite them.
    Invite the non-evil republicans instead, ha ha.
    And check the expiry date on the salad dressing....

    1. Yep. "Stop spending time with people who drive you bonkers" is a good mantra.

      PS Your post was hilarious and scary both. :)

  4. you had me at evil republicans!
    oh, wait ...

    I love the part where she suggests placing white and dark meat to signify racial harmony

    I love sarcasm

    love you too

    1. Ha ha! Note that both colours of turkey wind up getting chewed up and eaten. There's my political commentary for the day. :)


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