Thursday, January 24, 2013

No Humiliation Without Representation

“No Humiliation Without Representation”
By Quietly Doin'good

When our nation’s Founding Fathers created the framework for what we know today as the Constitution of the United States, forefront in their minds was the need for the protection of one of the most basic human rights, the right to free speech within the larger governing body.  Over the summer of 1787, these Founding Fathers worked long, grueling hours in un-ACed conditions in order to create a more stable system that would be powerful, yet conducive to the larger civilian body.  This Constitution contained the Bill of Rights that would protect all citizens’ right to “free speech” without interference from governmental restrictions. 

Today we celebrate a similar step towards the liberation of mankind as we, the body of the King population, have finally achieved the right to free speech through this blog.  While each body part makes a different noise.  All are vital cogs to the human machine. 

Ok I retract parts of the last statement.  The butt is indeed part of the human body, but it should not be allowed to make any noise at all, and, because of privacy issues, we will not name who that butt is. 

The point is we have been given a voice, a voice that will speak, when we feel like it.  There is a lot of propaganda that is put out by the King and Queen of our zoo, such is the way of the government.  Some of that information, I’m not gonna lie, is downright humiliating.  But here is where we make our stand and say,

“No Humiliation Without Representation”

Put that on a bumper sticker.

You may now turn off your patriotic music, I’m getting off of my soapbox now. 

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