Like Impeachement Is Groovy

Dateline Concord:

I just left my post as a protestor protesting protestors, it was tough on the prostate. I could have wet myself laughing and anyone with me would have called it justified.

Of course I am talking about the biggest socks and sandals event in Concord – the “Impeach George Bush Moonbat Rally and Men’s Ponytail and Scruffy Beard Exhibition at the Capital Theater.”

It was a packed house – not by a long shot. About half the left wing angry/crazies were from out of state. But that is typical of gambling, homosexual marriage, and union bills in the legislature as well – from my humble observations over the years.

Now my “job” at the protest of the protesters was to hold up my home made sign which said “waste $” and make revealing comments about moonbats to cars passing by. No problem.

I was singing Moonbat River, announcing the tofu tasting party menu for later, warning drivers about the money burning in the Statehouse, and most importantly, telling people that sandals and socks were required dress. All this is standard stuff.

We had a Vermont “reporter” with a great 18-20 inch ponytail come try to argue with my comrade protesters. He gave up and left. Some tired looking female moonbats stopped by to express themselves. You know the type – low maintenance.

But the highlight was some middle aged gal – crew cut hair, surprise, who wanted to get into a shouting match with one of our guys, bla, bla, bla, all the liberal checklist items and then she dropped the big one – “this country was built on slavery.”

Whenever they stoop to this I rise above it and sing Moonbat River even louder.

If these 60’s lefties rented the Capital Theater for the 100 people who showed up they should have their heads exhamined.