Clever! And of course, quite literal, literally in the literal sense.
While I don't think the shoe Colbert provides always fits, he's outstanding at what he does.
But, then again, maybe an impeachment trial would exonerate BHO. It's possible that he's purely innocent, and a reasonable inquiry would identify the "right wing noise machine" as the true cause of our woes. It's the TSA argument: if Obama's innocent, why does he not welcome inquiries about Benghazi, the IRS, Fast & Furious, &c?
At that point, when you are forcibly removing the president by extralegal means, you are essentially supporting a lynch mob. Just because you didn't specifically call for him to be executed doesn't mean that your method would not lead to it.
So, you're (a) trolling, (b) way off the meds, or (c) certifiable.
You've conjured some violent hypothetical, accused me of carrying it out, and are holding me rhetorically accountable for "crimes" that neither I nor anyone I know have so much even kind of hinted at, much less, contemplated.
I'm moving in the direction of not needing to reply to your posts any further, frankly. This is just too far out.
Your attitude is all platitude.
... then you also need to convince them not to buy $200 sports jerseys, $100 bottles of Tequila, and designer clothes...
Your data-less, prejudicial canard is based on the Regan-era false-trope of the "Welfare Queen". It's a way of expressing contempt for the poor and for those who have an economic condition of disadvantage institutionally guaranteed by public and corporate policy. You get to hate, and to justify your lack of compassion. Way to go.
The fact is this: "You need to convince them" is key. Billions of dollars are spend convincing the entire American public they need this valueless, empty bullshit.
The "You" in your prescription had better be prepared to spend at a commensurate level to counter the consumerist brainwashing.
But I suspect that you don't really have your own opinions, do you? You get to select those pre-digested doctrines which allow you to justify your current role and station, while assuaging your fear of losing position.
Was NOT to propose a "Drone Delivery Service" -
Instead it is a PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATION.
- 1 Normalize and socialize the idea of drones as a common, novel feature of US civilian airspace. Contextualize debate on practical advantage over risks and intrusion.
- 2 Position Amazon as a fixture in people's discourse and attention. First, during an expected competitive and difficult shopping season and ultimately for long-term.
Kind of funny, yet strangely uncomfortable due to the truth involved.
Might not be a bad thing if you're Mrs. Ballmer, but, otherwise. . .